When I experience energy in my body from triggering thoughts or emotions it is usually in an area of one of my shakras. Does this mean that the energy I experience is where the blockage is? I am getting past emotions and experiences arising in my consciousness when I hold my attention on the energized shakra. Could this mean that I may be seeing the blockages that I created years ago or is this just my mind? Again, please use,edit,publish my questions as you see fit.
Thank you S. L.
The work you are doing and your new book are an incredible gift …
First of all the work you are doing and your new book are an incredible gift to me so, thank you! After reading and re-reading many of today’s popular spiritual books even though I was very present while reading them and practiced the inner awareness all day, most days I could still sense an internal blockage, but until I read your book I was not aware of what it is.
The way you illustrate the ego and how suppressed thoughts and feelings work in our bodies has likely kept me from chasing my tail for eternity. From reading about the shakras and the consciousness they represent I learned that most of my blockages are in my second and third levels.
After some introspection I have a sense that my ego is underdeveloped and wounded very deeply. I’d really like to work on becoming enlightened and attend your intensives. What I want to know is: If I am stuck in the lower shakras is transcendence of my ego unlikely in this lifetime? I really don’t believe in reincarnation at this point and the theory itself has added another blockage. Would attending an intensive be my best chance to work through these hidden layers I am not fully aware of yet?
SL, Vancouver, BC
Your work really resonates with me…
I received the info on your phone sessions and have seen some of your work on “you tube” and ordered your book. Your work really resonates with me. I am one of those people who has tried “everything,” at least a lot of things. I think your remarks on the paradox of the strong ego being easier to put aside are really innovative and profound and helped me understand myself better. I have an autonomic nervous system disorder and I identified with a lot of your clients’ negative thought forms; I have an obsessive negative thought pattern. Anyway, I know the specifics aren’t important.
I’m not sure where all my negative thought forms are lodged, but do know the problem areas. I’ve been told I’m an easy read. I’m frustrated by my lack of progress in some areas and I think that for some reason no one who has worked with me really has a technique that accesses layers of unconsciousness and defenses. Sending me energy alone seems to overwhelm me and/or I don’t seem to be able to receive it. I’m like the patient who you described who has the thought form “I need to work continuously on myself to heal.” The work has become an obsession in the last few yers and I want to be well and to experience life without fear and obsession.
My question is: I know it’s hard to tell before you work with a person, but after the initial 90 minute session and the homework, (which I imagine would be daily) how long would it be before I would have another session and how many on average do people require? I’m just concerned about cost and time. I gather some people make really significant progress after one session. Would my session be similar to those I saw on you tube involving the breath and identifying the negative thought forms?
Thanks again, and love and blessings to you. — MD, Westchester, NY