Healing for the Heart through Unconditional Love
Core Soul Healing
How we relate to ourselves and others in our lives starts with who we believe ourselves to be. This is formed by experiences from conception on, how we experienced love and caring as an infant and young child; whether we were accepted for ourselves or expected to grow up in someone else’s dream; how we were guided by our parents, etc. It also is shaped by our family’s genetic tendencies, physical, mental and emotional patterns. Where have we found nourishment along the way? Other than parents, have there been other significant adults who have mentored and helped you to know you were okay? Or has your sense of self typically felt like it has been held together with scotch tape?
Experiencing healing from within, from the center of our core has a very profound effect.
One mildly developmentally challenged woman had grown up with a parent with very low expectations of her ability to learn, and I suspect, probably experienced some abuse. One year after receiving the DNA activation, she stated that it had been the happiest year of her life. She felt more motivated to learn and grow than she had felt previously. With subsequent healing sessions, she was continuing to learn to understand her life, and grow.
A child with downs syndrome with whom I was doing music therapy, developed some mysterious condition leaving her physically drained, to an extreme that concerned her parents and the medical community. Out of desperation, her mother finally asked me to do the healing – DNA activation and some karmic releases – I had offered. As the girl had gone to stay in the hospital, I did not see the family for some time. About a year or so later, I met them in a parking lot, where I was told that what ever it was I had done, had been a blessing, and had begun a turn-around. The girl was overjoyed to see me.
There have been new discoveries around DNA and genetics that suggest that our DNA has been damaged, sometimes heavily, by toxins in our environment and simply life and mutations which have taken place over time. Some have suggested that over the history of our planet, our DNA has been reduced to two strands from an original twelve strands, and even those two strands often are heavily damaged. From what I have witnessed from the two cases above, along with many others, including my own, DNA activation and healing has a profound effect on people’s lives. In these two cases, neither had experienced energy healing before or during the time between activation and when I saw them subsequently, although, I believe they both had prayers made on their behalf.
What happens as a result of the activation is a spiritual healing at the deepest level, an opening to the healing of the Divine Spirit. At the time mine was done, I was in a difficult life situation where I needed to change drastically my circumstances. My introduction to DNA activation was as part of a program for effecting deep healing after trauma. Through the program I began an intensive study into my past lives and how many of the issues I faced had roots in other lifetimes. I also learned over time, how I had chosen my family in part for their ability to help me to face some of the challenges I had to go through as a result of the tasks I had set myself before coming into this incarnation. I can see that my parents and other relatives had been working on learning to grow beyond our ancestors’ issues.
Before I had the activation, I had begun learning about healing through my hands. After, I could feel the energy flowing much more strongly. I had insights into relationships and much greater self-confidence and Self-knowing than before. The circumstances of my life changed dramatically. I changed community, found others who had also awakened to the inner joy and healing, and my life took off. Even under stress, I have a resilience, vitality and strength which is noticed. The DNA activation also opens up channels for intuitive development. One of the first things I noticed, was how in my music therapy work I had different responses to my clients and some incredible knowings of just the right thing to say or do that allowed another’s healing to happen.
I have learned, after many years of working with karmic releases and the Ascended Masters – Spiritual teachers of the Highest Light – that when we are born, we choose a family and circumstances into which we are born. Before birth, we make contracts with the people we come to be with, to bring in the support throughout our lifetime that can help us to grow and understand life, and our human experience. At times we learn through good teaching; other times by finding ourselves set up into a challenging life of hardship. But always, there are people around who can share and help us, when we open ourselves to the help. Sometimes asking for help is hard. I have been there, and still, at times fail to ask for the support I really need. Then, there is a phone call, or I reach to a book and find just the words I need to lift me up, or I see an advertisement for the right course or feel a pull to go visit someone.
There is a determinism in my soul that has kept me coming back to the ideas and people and helpful activities that really are of value and importance in my life. What is it that makes the connections? To me this is part of spirituality… I have tried to give up music, for example, and have had it come back time and time again, with deeper understanding and appreciation of its value and worth to me. Its re-emergence time and time again, helps me to know that it is an intrinsic piece of who or how I am. It is through music that I have been able to make it through tough times, whether playing the piano or guitar in times of family turmoil, using piano playing to help me access and understand feelings and unblock tears and process my stress. Writing songs to help me to figure out my feelings get them out. Or to celebrate life through participating in choirs, bands, other musical events. Music supports my spiritual and religious expression, and helps me relate to others. I learn from other peoples’ song-writing, and share my ideas and beliefs through mine. And I could go on…. It provides me with a sense of who I am and how I relate to others.
What comes back to you that helps you to find yourself in times of doubt or confusion? What gives you strength or serves as a metaphor for your philosophy of life?
A woman who had been always at war with her father found that some issues seemed to be resolved overnight. Another found a new understanding of her father that helped her to feel compassionate towards him and break the karmic chain of events or pattern from several life times.
A single mother whose anger and fear issues from her childhood were released, found that her relationship with her son changed as she was able to relate to him from unconditional love rather than from her previously blocked emotions when he tried to push her buttons.