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Happy Easter by Paramahansa Yogananda

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by Paramahansa Yogananda

There are many traditions that people take part in around the Easter holiday, from family brunch to egg hunts. Prayer and meditation are key components of these festivities as well. After all, for many, the sole cause for celebration is Jesus Christ’s resurrection.

Most people interpret the concept of resurrection as being Jesus’ body rising from the dead. But Paramahansa Yogananda, author of the best-selling Autobiography of a Yogi and subject of the recent award-winning documentary AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda, provides a revelatory definition. In his book, Journey to Self-Realization, Yogananda explores the true meaning of resurrection. He writes:

“What is the meaning of resurrection? To live again! To rise to renewed life! What rises again—and how? We must understand in what ways resurrection means to live again. Everything is undergoing a process of change. These changes are either detrimental or beneficial to the object that changes. For example, if I take a dirty glass and strike it on the floor, it will be changed, will it not? But this change will not be beneficial; it will be harmful to the object. However, if I wash the glass and make it shine, that change is beneficial. Resurrection means any beneficial change to an object or human being….In this context, resurrection means any uplifting change. You cannot remain at a standstill. You must either go forward or backward. That is a great and inspiring truth, that in life you cannot remain stationary.”

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“Resurrection means to free the soul from the cage of ignorance; to uplift and release the soul from the bondage of mortal consciousness. Human life is sometimes very beautiful, but one who is attached to it is like a bird of paradise in a cage. You open the bird’s cage, but because of attachment and habit, it may not want to fly away….We are afraid to try the skies of limitless consciousness. We have lived too long identified with the body; and now we shrink from entering our infinite omnipresence, frightened to resurrect the omnipotence and omniscience of our soul. To resurrect our innate wisdom from the bondage of the body is spiritual resurrection.”

– From Journey to Self-Realization by Paramahansa Yogananda (Self-Realization Fellowship, Los Angeles, www.yogananda-srf.org)

Medical Intuitive Corner by Robin Eagle Sage, MI

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by Robin Eagle Sage, MI

Have you ever wondered if your physical pain is caused by unresolved emotional experiences? Each month, world renowned Medical Intuitive, Robin Eagle Sage will share one of her medical intuitive readings with you. Using her clairvoyant abilities, this wise Sage will unravel the causes and cures of a patient’s illness. In turn, you will discover the great power capable of every individual. Pseudonyms are used to protect the individual.

Patient: Dana

Medical Issue: Nerve pain in hands and feet. Weak legs.

Dana was delightful to work with. She lit up like a star when I described the mind/body connection, how energy works and which foods would allow her to heal.
The first thing I saw when I looked at Dana’s energy was the color light blue, which in her case, meant numbness. The energy of numbness also looks fluffy. It pads the body from knowing itself and feeling itself.

I heard the words, “scam, secrets, fishy and nobody’s business.” I saw a male energy trying to hide something from Dana. It was her father.

When parents hide circumstances from their kids, via silence or lies, it creates confusion in the child. This is what happened with Dana. If you tell a child, “I didn’t water the flowers.” And the child saw you watering the flowers, it will usually take the confusion out on itself. With too many incongruent lies the child will eventually go crazy and loose its ability to trust itself. This is because most children originally trust their parents (even if they should not) and look up to them. Therefore, when a parent lies or withholds vital information, the child will take it out on itself by not trusting itself, rather than the parent. How the child takes it out on itself will vary. In Dana’s case, she created numbness and buffers between herself and the outside world. With time, her hands and feet eventually became physically numb and disabled.

If you think about it, hands and feet are the empowering assets of one’s body. If you want to go somewhere, you must get up and walk with your feet. If you have an exciting creative idea, you must use your hands to take notes or to create the object of desire.

What I call energetic fluff is a barrier that hides the truth. If a parent does not want its child to know something it will energetically throw fluff in the child’s space to create a barrier between the parent and child. If the parent does not want the child to hear something it will throw energy in the child’s ears to create a blockage there, and so on. This “energy work” happens subconsciously. In other words, the parents may know their intentions, (IE, I don’t want little Johnny to know that I am cheating on mom) but don’t know the effects of their intentions on the child energetically, which later turn into physical, mental AND emotional issues.

It’s not your parent’s secrets and lies that hurt you. It’s the fact that they don’t want you to know something that does. Children are open, wild and free. To receive the message: “Don’t know, see or hear” from the people who supposedly love them, is like receiving a blow. Children will not understand and it will be painful on all levels. No wonder so many children have ear infections!
Within the individual, the “fluffy buffer” will stop the person from truly knowing themselves and being free. In Dana’s case it is making her legs and hands numb and weak. Think about how uncomfortable it is when your feet fall asleep to move them, let alone walk. Imagine having this numbness for weeks, months or years.

The big question is, “What were Dana’s parents hiding?” When I asked spirit, it said her father was doing something wrong and her mother was turning a blind eye. Dana said, “My father was a doctor and he cheated on my mother with one of his patients.” Boom! There it was! She even knew his secret and had been coveting it for him! Can you believe that something as simple as that could cause a physical disability? It is still mind blowing to me sixteen years into my practice!
But the truth is, cheating is a betrayal to the ones you love. If people find out that their partners are cheating on them it can change the family dynamic. In many marriages spouses are co-dependent and unable to function alone. Or at least, that’s what they fear. Therefore, great efforts are made to keep secrets and to turn a blind eye to “secrets that are known,” such as, in Dana’s mother’s case. This pattern is what must be healed for many today.

The best way to forgive is through understanding and compassion. “We know not what we do,” as it says in the bible. We know not the negative effects that we generate in this world. And because we are all learning and are all the children of God we must forgive and be forgiven in order to heal and move forward.

Dana’s healing mantras are: “Bring what I don’t know to my awareness. I’m not afraid to know the truth. I am open and I won’t hide. I won’t stuff food into my body in order to hide from my feelings and what I already know. I let go of all responsibility of my parent’s lies and secrets. I am free!”

Now Dana knows that she need not be the keeper of secrets and lies. She is free to live her life in peace and to move her feet in whatever direction she likes and to use her hands to create whatever she desires! Letting go of Dana’s family’s secrets has freed her and she is now able to heal.

Robin Eagle Sage is a medical intuitive, healer, clairvoyant reader, channel, columnist, author and teacher. She gives energy readings and healings over the phone and Skype worldwide. Robin is the founder of Sage School of Light and teaches a Medical Intuitive Training program for beginners. Robin is the author of the book, “The Financial Alchemist: The spiritual AND material recipe for financial success,” the CD “Soul Love: An interactive meditation to attract wealth, health and the relationship of your dreams!” and four audio meditations: “Financial Success & Abundance,” “Releasing Stress and Fear,”  “Sexuality & Gender Grounding” and “Love & Joy.” For more information contact Robin at: www.MedicalIntuitiveTraining.com.  

Parenting Perfectionism by Marta Adelsman, Psy.D.

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by Marta Adelsman, Psy.D.

 

Most first-time parents experience anxiety about their newly acquired role.  No matter how well we have prepared ourselves through books or relatives’ helpful advice, parenthood brings us into uncharted territory.  For most of us, the unknown feels scary!
To compensate for our fear of seriously messing up our children, we may become rigid in our parenting.   Anxious that we won’t do it “right,” we become invested in our children’s futures, and investment leads to attempts at controlling and forcing outcomes.  (We may also compensate with over-permissiveness, but that is a topic for another time.)

We may fear others’ negative opinions of us as parents, so we try to look good by “making” our children good.  We pray our kid won’t have a meltdown in the middle of the grocery store or pick a fight with the pastor’s son and deck him.  How humiliating when our parenting “inadequacy” displays so publicly!

We attempt to avoid the humiliation by trying to be the perfect parent.  Perfectionism, however, suffocates the joy of parenting.  It blocks our sense of playfulness and inventiveness.  It sucks the life force out of our relationship with our kids.
Relaxing is the best antidote for perfectionism. While relaxation increases with parenting experience, it starts with letting go of the need to be perfect and dismissing the belief you have to control everything.

Relaxing means you don’t have to accomplish raising a competent, responsible and enjoyable human being all in one moment.  Simply live today.  Instead of seeing each event with your child as a problem, see it simply as a situation to handle.  Tap into your inner wisdom for this situation, and you will strengthen your skills for the next one, and the next.  Focus on loving your children, understanding them, listening to them, and spending quality time with them.
Let’s face it.  Raising children is messy business.  You will never do it perfectly, so don’t kick yourself when you “mess up.”  It’s normal for seasoned parents to look back on their child-rearing experiences and feel regrets about all kinds of things. You won’t avoid feeling this regret, yet you can diminish it by accepting it as part of parenting.
Accept that messes have value, and don’t make them wrong.  Mistakes provide fertile ground for learning about and changing ourselves.  They give helpful feedback about what lives in our shadow, the inner places we keep hidden from ourselves, like anger or phoniness or timidity.  When I heard myself talking to my then three-year-old son in harsh, unkind tones my father had used with me, I acknowledged my anger.  I sought help through a parenting class that proved extremely valuable for years afterward.

As long as love presides in how you relate to your children, you need not fear the outcome.  Love weaves through your kids’ childhood experiences like a silver thread, touching and lighting up the so-called negative experiences.  Add your authenticity to love and you have a formula for raising emotionally and psychologically healthy children.

Marta Adelsman, Psy.D., practices as a Life Coach in Communication and Spiritual Consciousness in the Verde Valley of Arizona.  She writes and coaches from the authenticity of her educational, relational and spiritual journey of over 50 years.  For appointments (couples, parents and individuals in person or by phone), email drmartacoach@gmail.com or call 928-451-9482.

Nutrition for Intuition by Doreen Virtue and Robert Reeves

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by Doreen Virtue and Robert Reeves

EXCERPT

Practical Intuition

Our intuition is an inner voice that speaks with an essence of love. As we connect to that loving energy, we feel supported. We feel relaxed and safe, knowing that everything happening at this moment has a greater purpose.

Begin with those small calls to action, the ones that say, Today reach out your friend—because who knows what that friend is going through at this moment? Understand that those gut feelings, and that sense of urgency behind them, may very well be lifesaving for that dear loved one of yours.
If you “hold on” to that intuitive guidance, it’s like a mail carrier receiving a parcel and refusing to deliver it. If you keep it to yourself, only one person is going to benefit from it, and that’s you. However, if you choose to share that message—to have the courage and the confidence to speak what you feel—then it may change the lives of your loved ones and allow them to feel happier and freer . . . and be inspired to then trust their own gut feelings. They, in turn, will share their intuitive messages, and that ripple effect spreads.

As you listen to your inner guidance, it may tell you something simple, such as Switch lanes, while you’re driving in the car. It may become more complex, such as You need to leave that relationship, You need to change careers, or You need to move.
Your intuition can be like an internal lie detector. When you meet someone, you can immediately tell if you like him or her or if something about what he or she is saying rings untrue. You get a sense of somebody’s energy the instant that you make a connection, and your internal lie detector says, Yes, this is a wonderful person!—or, it does the opposite and tells you to get as far away as you possibly can.

Sometimes you pick up on different energies when you’re in somebody’s home. Do you feel uplifted, or do you get a sense that the person is just trying to impress you? Is that energy stagnant with negativity? You’ll know.

So please trust the messages that you receive when you meet somebody or when you enter a new environment. Do so especially if you’re going to see practitioners or healers, because if you go into a space feeling uncertain or afraid, that’s a sign to step back.

This is something that we’ve learned to listen to when we’ve been invited to attend particular seminars. We feel that our purpose here on Earth is to help as many people as we can. We hope to spread healing messages about spirituality, natural health, God, and the angels. But we still have to trust our own intuition. Sometimes we get invited to speak at events that sound wonderful, but there’s something in our gut that says, Don’t do it.
When we trust that information, even though it might feel uncomfortable at the time, we’re then able to look back on that event at a later date and understand why we were guided to stay away. Often it’s not because the organizers or attendees were “bad” or anything like that, but rather something else came up that more urgently required our attention. We might not have been able to give 100 percent at that particular event. Perhaps we’d been so busy throughout the year that we needed some time to rest.

As you listen to your intuition, you learn that the way in which God and your angels communicate with you is special and unique because you are special and unique. Rather than feeling like you have to fit inside a box, honor your own perceptions.
Trust your intuition. Truly, it’s the heavenly voice of God and your angels coming through.

Science and Intuition

At one time, intuition was considered an old wives’ tale. Today, researchers have solid scientific foundations for the process of intuition. Dozens of studies support the value of intuition in decision making and finding creative solutions to problems. A recent study stated that medical doctors can achieve better outcomes in their patients’ care by calling upon their intuition when making decisions. The researchers concluded, “Intuitive and analytical decision processes may have complementary effects in achieving the desired outcomes of patient decision support” (de Vries et al. 2013). A related study found that farmers use intuition more than analytics.
Many studies have focused on our physical reactions to various situations, measuring blood pressure, brain waves, perspiration, and heart rate in response to stimuli, such as looking at emotionally charged photos or video clips. In some intriguing experiments, the participants’ heart and other systems were shown to react to a photo or video even before the people being studied were shown the stimulus. Most of these experiments are “double-blind,” which means that neither the participants nor the researchers know beforehand which type of image the person being studied will see. The studies show that our bodies “know” when something emotionally charged is coming our way.

Perhaps you’ve had this experience yourself when you woke up feeling excited or happy for no known reason. Or, similarly, you felt a sense of dread on a day when something unforeseen and unpleasant later occurred.
Research has demonstrated that our palms begin to sweat when we’re around something harsh or dangerous several minutes before our conscious minds can register the threat. This makes sense, as the hands have a high number of sensory neuronal connections to the nervous system. Scientists believe that if we could learn to pay attention to our palms’ subtle signals, including perspiration, it would enable us to be consciously be aware of—and avoid—danger.
Similar studies find that our heart rate and blood pressure increases when people are directing negative thoughts our way, and that these functions relax and decrease when others are thinking positive thoughts about us. It turns out that “sending love” is a measurable energy!

Intuition Works with the Body’s Systems

Our ancient ancestors relied on their intuition to ensure their physical safety. Imagine the vulnerable feeling of walking outside to forage for food, where you depend on your wits to stay alive. This is the same built-in system wild animals use for survival. While we now shop in grocery stores for food and live in houses, this doesn’t mean that our ancestors’ instincts have “evolved away.”
Researchers have pinpointed the brain’s right hemisphere, which is associated with emotions and the arts, as the center of our intuition. Additionally, the autonomic nervous system, also called our “ancient brain,” appears to be hardwired to instinctively react to potential danger in a way that could be called “intuitive.” The brain’s limbic system—our feeling center—can sense danger detected by the autonomic nervous system before it’s physically apparent. In this way, our intuition (if we listen to it) keeps us safe.

In the face of stress, our nervous and endocrine systems work closely together to bring about harmony and balance. These two systems are linked by the hypothalamus, a structure in the brain’s limbic system. While the endocrine system is made up of many glands, the most important to know in regard to stress and intuition are the pituitary and adrenal glands. Let’s look at how all these systems work together.

When your nervous system recognizes a stressor, it sends a message to the hypothalamus, which then releases hormones to deliver the message to the pituitary gland. Next, the pituitary sends out hormones influencing the adrenal glands. In turn, this causes your adrenals to release a hormone to reduce the effects of the stress. This pattern continues until your body is satisfied that you have enough stress-relieving hormones available. Your body then relaxes, and the nervous system calms.
However, if stress continues for extended periods of time, the biological exchange of neuro-messages and hormones may become unbalanced. If the hypothalamus, pituitary, or adrenal glands become depleted, it creates a strain along the cascade. This causes a change in your stress response, energy levels, and hormones.
By supporting your endocrine and nervous systems nutritionally, you will help keep your intuition clear and sharp. And, conversely, listening to your intuition is a big factor in reducing your stress levels, as it will guide you to avoid stress-producing situations in the first place. Your intuition may also lead you to a stress-management program that’s custom-tailored to your interests, schedule, and budget.

Nutrition for Intuition
by Doreen Virtue and Robert Reeves. It is published by Hay House (January 5, 2016) and is available in bookstores and online at www.hayhouse.com

Medical Intuitive 
by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

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by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

Have you ever wondered if your physical pain is caused by unresolved emotional experiences? Each month, Medical Intuitive, Robin Eagle Sage, will share one of her medical intuitive readings with you. Using her clairvoyant abilities, this wise Sage will unravel the causes and cures of a patient’s illness. In turn, you will discover the great power capable of every individual to heal from within! Pseudonyms are used to protect the patient.

Patient: Felicity

Medical Issue: Stabbing sharp pain throughout entire body. Lower pelvic pain, abdomen pain, dysfunctional uterus bleeding, fibroids, iron deficiency-anemia, ovarian cyst, ovarian ruptured cyst, pre-cancerous lesion on the cervix, pelvic inflammatory disease, migraine, headaches, indecisive, mentally exhausted, frustrated, un-ease, blocked. Lack of concentration. Unable to express thoughts and feelings. Unable to tolerate noise. Worry, fear, doubt. I feel off-balance, blocked, mood-swings, emotionally exhausted, hurt, guilty, unhappy.

When I asked what is causing Felicity’s health issues, I saw a number of spirits, entities and people in her crown chakra trying to confuse her and feed off of her energy. I saw that Felicity is intelligent, funny and dynamic too. But all of these spirits and people are trying to put out her fire! What this means energetically, is that Felicity is agreeing to it, on a subconscious level. My job is to find out why.

I saw that Felicity is unsure about who she is. I asked her about this and she agreed and said it started happening about a year ago. I believe it started much earlier than that. Felicity’s confusion about who she is, is both the cause and effect of these beings who control her. When there is confusion and doubt about one’s identity, it creates a magnet for energies to enter and take over the body. It also furthers the process of confusion. I did some healing work on Felicity’s head and crown chakra to clear some of these entities and taught her how to voice her need for space and to ask them to leave.

Next, I saw a past life of an old black man with grey hair wearing overalls and holding a pitch fork. He was an inebriated slobbering hick telling his granddaughter (Felicity) a bunch of nonsense. I felt love from him toward his granddaughter, but I also saw that he was giving Felicity a lot of excuses for his debilitating behavior and inappropriate actions. Her grandfather was a sex-offender who “took” every opportunity to have sex right in front of the young girl. He did “it” with anyone and all the time.

Her grandfather told Felicity, “In order to survive in life you have to be strong.” He said this to imply that what he was doing was right and that it was up to HER to be strong. This confused Felicity. She loved and trusted her Grandfather who was her only family, yet he was doing terrible things. Felicity could not understand if his addictions were right or wrong. She trusted her granddaddy. She even wondered if these issues were her fault.

I asked Spirit how this past life is affecting Felicity now. I heard, “These past experiences have made her buy into what other people say, even when they are false. Felicity lacks self-trust and believes that other people’s actions are okay when they are not.” I told Felicity that she must become clear about what is right and wrong. I told her that she must let go of guilt and that all people, especially children who are victims of sexually inappropriate behavior, believe it is their fault. As long as Felicity believes this on any level, both spirits and people will invade her space and continue to dupe her. I suggested counseling for Felicity in order to help her understand that her past experiences are neither her fault nor appropriate. And that she can stop believing everything she is told.

At this point, Felicity told me that in this lifetime, when she was 17 years old she was corralled into a job selling magazines across the nation. In truth, she was kidnapped, could not leave the “job” and was trafficked into a haram with an older man who raped and tried to kill her daily.  These were Felicity’s exact words. Apparently, every time she tried to escape this man would control her and tell the police it was simply a domestic quarrel. Sadly, the police believed this award-winning con-artist, pedophile and sex-offender. This continued for years before she finally escaped. Felicity said that many years later, she is now in the process of a court case to put this man into jail once and for all. Apparently the police have been looking for him for years. Now it is Felicity’s chance to empower herself, but she will have to be strong and do whatever it takes to remain safe.
I explained to Felicity that the reason she had this experience is because she hadn’t healed and learned from the experience with her grandfather in the past life. In order to grow, Felicity must: acknowledge that it was not her fault, stop believing what everyone says, learn to call a spade a spade and let go of shame and guilt. In addition, her daily routine must be to fill her womb with her own female beauty, self-trust, love and self-acceptance and to know that she is a worthy child of God who deserves a safe life. Felicity and I spoke about how she can become more empowered and self-assured and what she can do in order to feel this way. I am not an advocate of guns, but I saw that if Felicity feels safer and more empowered with a gun, pepper spray, a guard dog or police protection, that she should employ such protection as she builds her courage and inner strength. It will be important for Felicity to feel safe in order to fully heal and let go of the past, so that such harmful experiences need not occur again. When the cells of the body (human energy) turn from fearful to safe and whole, one is out of harm’s way. Felicity is a strong soul and she deserves to have a healthy body and a joyous life! My blessings are with you Felicity.

 

 

Robin Eagle Sage is a medical intuitive, healer, clairvoyant reader, author and teacher. She writes the Medical Intuitive Corner in Whole Person Magazine in Los Angeles and in Sedona Conscious Magazine in Sedona, AZ. Robin gives energy readings and healings over the phone and Skype worldwide. She is the founder of Sage School of Light and teaches a Medical Intuitive training program for beginners. Robin is the author of the book, “The Financial Alchemist; The spiritual and material recipe for financial success,” the CD “Soul Love; An interactive meditation to attract wealth, health and the relationship of your dreams!” and three audio meditations: “Financial Success & Abundance,” “Releasing Stress and Fear” and “Love & Joy.” For more information visit Robin at: www.MedicalIntuitiveTraining.com.  

Medical Intuitive Corner by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

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by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

 

Have you ever wondered if your physical pain is caused by unresolved emotional experiences? Each month, Medical Intuitive, Robin Eagle Sage, will share one of her medical intuitive readings with you. Using her clairvoyant abilities, this wise Sage will unravel the causes and cures of a patient’s illness. In turn, you will discover the great power capable of every individual to heal from within! Pseudonyms are used to protect the patient.

 

Patient: Jen
Medical Issue: Shrinking eye sclera (white of the eye).

When I looked at Jen’s eyes clairvoyantly I saw the colors grey and white. I heard, “Who am I?” I saw Jen has limited thoughts and beliefs and is not able to see greater truths and possibilities. Jen is fighting for attention in the world and her energy is outside of her body. This is an important issue because when one’s energy is outside of the body one cannot know one’s self. I told Jen to pull her energy into her body on a daily basis by imagining her particles coming into her body like a genie coming into its bottle. I asked Jen to ground her body by feeling weight coming into her feet or sacrum.

I saw that Jen’s mother did not want a child. This has caused Jen to feel that she must wave a big flag in the air to get her mother’s love and attention. This effort takes Jen out of her body and away from her true self which is self-love. I saw a blockage in the back of Jen’s head in her occipital ridge. This is where she is struggling to be seen by her mother and also by others. This blockage and way of being needs to be released completely. Jen has been struggling for attention for so long, her head is hardwired to repeat the pattern of struggle.
Jen must know that she deserves peace. She can be at peace by constantly pulling her own healthy energy into her body, releasing her mother’s energy from her head, repeating the mantra, “I deserve peace” and then taking a deep breath while feeling lovable. Deep breathing is important as it will oxygenate her eyes and brain as well as create new neuropathways that instigate peace, love and self-worth.

Jen’s wanting to be known and seen is causing the decrease of sclera in her eyes. When she lets go of the effort of caring about what other people think, such as, “Does my mother or father love me?” she can heal. Jen is trying to learn as a spirit that she is the most important person in her life and she is her own best guide, master, parent and child. The attachment to her parents, i.e. seeing her life through their eyes, is what is making her sick. When I said this, Jen told to me that she lives with her parents. Therefore, releasing her attachments to them will be essential for her growth.

I saw that Jen needs omega-3 oils, such as, walnut and flax oils. She also needs her neurotransmitters to establish greater connections. She can do this by relaxing her head, walking in nature with fresh air and learning new things. A great way to promote this would be by taking an interesting class, getting a head massage, finding new ways to walk home from work and making new friends. Jen’s brain needs something positive and uplifting to chew on.

I told Jen that if she lived alone without her parents she would probably go out and adventure in the world. Because she is codependent with her parents, she is not discovering her true self. I advised her to go into the world and discover herself now, before her parents make their grand transition. Doing so will make their relationship better, each finding greater respect for the other. When one respects, loves and cherishes themselves, it is energetic law that others will reciprocate such feelings to the exact degree.

Jen, when you see yourself for who you truly are, a divine spirit temporarily housed in a beautiful body, your eyes will heal. See clearly and you will know thyself as God.

 

 

Robin Eagle Sage is a medical intuitive, healer, clairvoyant reader, author and teacher. She writes the column called Medical Intuitive Corner in Whole Person Magazine in Los Angeles and in Sedona Conscious Magazine in Sedona, AZ. Robin gives energy readings and healings over the phone and Skype worldwide. She is the founder of Sage School of Light and teaches a Medical Intuitive training program for beginners. Robin is the author of the book, “The Financial Alchemist; The spiritual and material recipe for financial success,” the CD “Soul Love; An interactive meditation to attract wealth, health and the relationship of your dreams!” and three audio meditations: “Financial Success & Abundance,” “Releasing Stress and Fear” and “Love & Joy.” For more information visit Robin at: www.MedicalIntuitiveTraining.com.

Medical Intuitive Corner
 by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

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by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

Have you ever wondered if your physical pain is caused by unresolved emotional experiences? Each month, world renowned Medical Intuitive, Robin Eagle Sage will share one of her medical intuitive case readings with you. Using her clairvoyant abilities, this wise Sage will unravel the causes and cures of a patient’s illness. In turn, you will discover the great power capable of every individual. Pseudonyms are used to protect the individual.

 

Client: Sabrina
Medical Issues: Neck tumor, tiredness, lack of motivation.

When I looked at Sabrina clairvoyantly I saw a huge grey blockage in the upper right quadrant of her brain. It was very mucus-like. I heard “memories of a distant past” and knew that her issue concerned a past life.  Sabrina had a hidden memory that was blocking her brain’s ability to create, motivate, think clearly and remember.  It was taking a lot of her RAM space and making her tired.
I saw a stone mansion with maids and cooks working busily preparing meals for the rich barrister who lived there. Chefs were stirring pots of food and it was a mad frenzy. It looked just like the movie Downton Abby! Sabrina was hiding behind her mother, who, in this past life was a maid wearing a white apron and bonnet over her head. The master of the house practiced law and wore a grey wig. The year was 1683 and there was unrest in the house. Sabrina was hiding not only behind her mother, but from incest with the Barrister. The word incest tells me that the Barrister was related to her. This means that Sabrina’s mother, the maid, also experienced the same suppressed fate.
I looked clairvoyantly at Sabrina’s lump in her neck to see what was causing it. This tumor was energetically bright red with rage. I saw a little girl yelling to a man, “Who do you think you are? Get away from me!” She called the man “sore-eyes,” which is not a modern-day term. This was definitely the little Sabrina from her previous life trying to save herself from the prestigious lawyer.
Because the Barrister was a man of power and well respected in the community, it made it impossible for Sabrina’s claim to be heard. She was only the daughter of a poor maid and a servant to her master. No one had time to listen to this young girl, let alone believe her. Power was the key word.

At this moment I saw a flash of Sabrina’s father from this lifetime. Although I knew that her experiences with him were different from the Barrister, there were also parallels in regard to power. I said, “I don’t think there were any issues of incest with your father from this lifetime, but I do see that both men were in positions of power.” I saw that he was unreachable and untouchable and that her relationship with him was making her heart heavy. This in turn also made Sabrina tired and unmotivated in life. The blocked feeling in her heart was, “Why try?” As I told her this, Sabrina sighed and said, “Well, there’s a story here.” Then she preceded to tell me that her actual father was a high-powered drug lord. Again, a lord! That he was a major cocaine drug-trafficker who laundered over 200 million dollars’ worth of drug money! They believed he was murdered when she was three years old because he disappeared and his body was never found. Wow, I don’t know which lifetime was more dramatic, this one or the past! This also explained the heavy feeling in her heart!

I explained to Sabrina the impact on which both “father figures” had on her. Both felt they were above the law and did not know how to create a loving relationship with themselves or her. Together we did some healing work on forgiving both men. I heard her father from this lifetime say, “I’m so sorry. I never meant for it to go this way. I love you.” I wanted Sabrina to hear this for herself, so I did not say anything. Instead I told her that her father had a message for her. I asked Sabrina to tune-in to her father on a soul level and to listen to what he had to say. After twenty seconds she repeated the exact words that I had heard! Then she began to cry. I told Sabrina that her father does not want to hold her back from experiencing love and joy.

Next we did healing work on the Barrister. Sabrina said, “This will be more difficult. How can you forgive someone for molesting their own child?” I explained to Sabrina that everyone is doing the best they can even though it may not look that way to others. Most people have addictions, some are more serious than others. The name of the game with addictions is that you “can’t” control them and that they control you. Whether it’s an addiction to sugar, sex or overpowering someone, they are still out of people’s control… until they heal from them. I explained to Sabrina that forgiving these two men is for her sake, not theirs, even though it will heal and release them as well. One must become aware of, forgive and let go of the past in order to have all of one’s own positive energy working for one’s Self in the present time. Forgiveness (with boundaries) is always the name of the game as it leads to health and happiness.
After the reading I did some healing work on myself and then “unconsciously” chose to watch the movie, Maid in Manhattan with Jennifer Lopez. Within the first ten minutes of the movie I heard the manager of the hotel tell the maids, “The job of a Barrister maid is to…”

 

Robin Eagle Sage is a medical intuitive, healer, clairvoyant reader, author and teacher. She gives energy readings and healings over the phone and Skype worldwide. Robin is the founder of Sage School of Light and teaches a Medical Intuitive training program for beginners. Robin is the author of the book, “The Financial Alchemist; The spiritual and material recipe for financial success,” the CD “Soul Love; An interactive meditation to attract wealth, health and the relationship of your dreams!” and three audio meditations: “Financial Success & Abundance,” “Releasing Stress and Fear” and “Love & Joy.” For more information contact Robin at: www.MedicalIntuitiveTraining.com.

How to Get Along With Your Teenager by Marta Adelsman, Psy.D.

How to Get Along With Your Teenager

Marta Adelsman, Psy.D.

The transition between childhood and adulthood can be tough.  Your adolescent must accomplish the developmental task of separating from you, his parent.  For most teens and for parents as well, it’s a scary process.
Healthy parent-to-teen relating develops new ways of relating that leave behind parent-child components in favor of adult-to-adult communication.  Making the shift often creates instability and disequilibrium.  Before you reach a new harmony, the process often looks and feels chaotic.
I offer here are a few tips to manage the chaos and to parent adolescents successfully:
Diffuse the difficulty of these years by talking to your pre-teen about the developmental task ahead of him.  Let him know separating from parents can be a rough ride.  Tell him of your intention to get through the process with mutual respect.  Invite him to join you in laying the groundwork by communicating with each other how you would like to be treated.  This will be easier if you have already established a precedent for respectful conversations about feelings and expectations.
Use an assertive style of communication rather than an aggressive style.  Assertiveness means you respect your rights and those of your teen.  You take responsibility to set clear and firm boundaries.  You ask directly for what you need from her.  Assertiveness involves making requests instead of demands.  You relate with directness, openness and honesty while maintaining an even tone of voice and good eye contact.  You see your teen as equal to you (not in amount of experience but in her personhood), worthy of your respect and consideration.
An aggressive style uses hostility, threats and intimidation to manipulate your teen to do your bidding.  It ignores her rights as a human being.  It makes demands such as, “Turn down that damn music!  Can’t you see I’m trying to get some work done?”  An assertive request sounds like, “Please turn down the volume so I can get my deskwork done.”  Aggressiveness speaks with sarcasm and insults:  “Of course I can’t help you!  Do you think I’m at your beck and call every time you have a school project?”  Assertiveness says, “I’m sorry I can’t help you with that today.  I have a doctor’s appointment.”
Be real with your teen.  Tell the truth.  Let him know you sometimes aren’t fully confident how to parent a teen and you’re learning as you go.  Admit when you make a mistake.  If you fear you will lose status if you speak your truth, I assure you that confessions of imperfection make you more human in your teen’s eyes.   Authentic speaking may sound like, “I feel terrible when I yell at you,”  “I don’t know the answer to your question,” or “Sometimes the choices you make scare me.”  These honest admissions will reap huge benefits in the form of mutual respect.
If you incorporate these suggestions and keep your sense of humor, you are well on your way toward remaining on good terms with your child throughout those turbulent adolescent years.

Marta Adelsman, Psy.D., practices in the Verde Valley as a Life Coach in Communication and Spiritual Consciousness.  She coaches in person and over the phone.  To contact her with comments or questions or to schedule an appointment, call 928-451-9482 or email  HYPERLINK “mailto:drmartacoach@gmail.com” drmartacoach@gmail.com.  Website: drmartacoach.com

Medical Intuitive Corner by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

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by Robin Eagle Sage, Medical Intuitive

Have you ever wondered if your physical pain is caused by unresolved emotional experiences? Each month, world renowned Medical Intuitive, Robin Eagle Sage will share one of her medical intuitive readings with you. Using her clairvoyant abilities, this wise Sage will unravel the causes and cures of a patient’s illness. In turn, you will discover the great power of positivity, capable of every individual mind. Pseudonyms are used to protect the individual.

Patient: Sylvia

Medical Issue: Insomnia, digestive issues, constipation.

 

When I asked what is causing Sylvia’s insomnia and digestive issues I saw some blockages in her heart, throat, head, belly and solar plexus. Along with this I heard that she “frets” and that this negative behavior is causing negative health issues. When I looked deeper I saw that Sylvia has issues with her father that is causing pain in her heart and effects how she feels about herself and her ability to love herself. It’s also effecting her solar plexus, which is about empowerment and self-esteem. And her digestion, which is about being able to digest life and let it go.
Sylvia said that her father had recently passed and that she had only seen him twice in twenty years. She said that he had been unwilling to leave his house for thirty years, so obviously he had some issues. Sylvia also said, “We were never close after he left my mom and my little brother and me to take care of ourselves. My mom had to go through a lot of pain to survive and bring us up alone. But I felt I forgave him for all that he did and mostly for what he didn’t do, such as being present or helpful in my life. In reality, he was so absent that I don’t remember a single moment in which he expressed love toward me – none!!!”
Sylvia was confused as to why her father’s energy was clogging up her body and health since she hardly ever saw him. I want to explain this to my readers, since so many people suffer from the absence of a parent. It is not a father leaving the family that creates pain and suffering in the body, mind and heart. It is how people respond to the experience that creates pain. Do they feel like a victim or do the take 50% of the positive responsibility? Both parties must be responsible for the break-up as all events are agree upon, even if it is subconscious. Yet typically people want to blame the other person and be a victim. This does not help either party. For example, how many adults or children look on the bright side and say to themselves, “Yeah, Daddy left us! Let’s celebrate his new beginnings! I’m so happy that Dad left so that he can fulfill his karma somewhere else and perhaps even meet another special woman to create a new family with!” Not too many kids feel this way when their parent leaves. In fact, as is the case with Sylvia, they take it personally and feel they caused their father’s departure. This feeling is devastating to the heart, mind, body and soul of an individual and can be traced to many diseases.
If your father left your family when you were growing up I can almost guarantee that you felt and STILL feel negatively responsible for the event. You probably will say that you don’t. But I can almost guarantee that your father or mother leaving you has caused some pain in your heart leading to addiction, failed marriages, poor income, low self-esteem, becoming a high achiever, etc. I say high-achiever because high-achievers are those who feel the need to prove their worth to themselves and the world. There are highly creative people who celebrate creativity through love and there also are high-achievers who achieve through effort. There is a big difference.
Imagine yourself as a young child when your father is leaving for good. Then imagine another child in your place while your father walks out the door. You will think that if you had been kinder, smarter, prettier or more fun, that your father would not have left. But this, of course, is untrue. It does not matter what you had done or not done, your father would have left anyway. It had NOTHING to do with you! It was his destiny, his choice, and how you respond to it is yours. So why not thank him for leaving instead? Why not do things differently than the main stream and say to yourself, “Wow, dad must have been suffering in this relationship/marriage to leave. Good for him for having the strength to leave. I hope his path is fruitful. I wish him so much love and beauty.” Is this what most men receive from their “left behind” families? Not at all. They often receive hatred, resentment, and manipulation. And when they don’t, there is more of a chance for a positive connection with the family “left behind.”
None of us are victims. We all make choices together, even if it does not seem that way. All agreements, even if subconscious, are mutual. I have spoken of this before and it is an important spiritual law to understand. When you understand this energetic truth you will see that it promotes love and forgiveness. It especially promotes self-responsibility because nothing happens to you, it happens with you and by you. If I could give any of my readers a positive message filled with promise, it would be this.
Turn your old story around. You were not left. You all “left” to go your own ways. Take responsibility for everything; the good, the bad and the ugly. And smile and leave the blame behind. There is always a choice, even when it does not seem that way to the average eye…

 

 

Robin Eagle Sage is a medical intuitive, healer, clairvoyant reader, author and teacher. She gives energy readings and healings over the phone and Skype worldwide. Robin is the founder of Sage School of Light and teaches a Medical Intuitive training program for beginners. Robin is the author of the book, “The Financial Alchemist; The spiritual and material recipe for financial success,” the CD “Soul Love; An interactive meditation to attract wealth, health and the relationship of your dreams!” and three audio meditations: “Financial Success & Abundance,” “Releasing Stress and Fear” and “Love & Joy.” For more information contact Robin at: www.MedicalIntuitiveTraining.com.  

What Kind of Parent Are You?

authentic-parentingWhat Kind of Parent Are You?

by Dr. Marta

 

My parents didn’t show much encouragement for my interests. When my father worked with wood, he wouldn’t let me hammer nails. Neither parent indulged my love for horses, and they hardly ever attended my gymnastics events or field hockey games. I felt like they didn’t really know me.
I conceptualize three kinds of parents. Mine typified what I would call uninvolved. This type doesn’t spend much time talking or doing things with their children. The children stop expecting parental involvement in their lives. They can easily become discouraged and may suffer from emotional issues of abandonment and low self-esteem.

Another type of parent I call over-involved. They make decisions for a child based on pre-conceived notions of who and what they want that child to do and be. Regardless of his feelings, these parents pressure him into activities they choose. They force him into sports when he wants to play chess. They make her play the violin when she wants to play drums. They hush their loud, social extravert because they want a quiet, compliant introvert. These parents don’t allow their child’s worldview to differ from their own. They make little effort to understand life from the child’s point of view.

The third type, the supportively involved parents, delight in their children’s strengths and interests. They exhibit these distinct characteristics:
Supportively involved parents hold an attitude of appreciation and wonder at their children’s evolving personalities and talents. They see how the path toward success for their children lies in encouraging them to follow their heart. They make them feel cherished and appreciated for who they are, independent from their performance in school, sports, music, etc. These parents allow Life to live their children, knowing that happiness and fulfillment, as well as financial success, are likely to come through doing what they love.

Supportively involved parents respect their children’s emotions. They connect through listening deeply and non-judgmentally to the child’s feelings. They celebrate achievements and give encouragement when the child fails. Instead of sheltering them from emotional pain, supportive parents allow their children to learn from anger, sadness, etc., offering love and support as the child works through her emotions.

These parents support their children through their physical presence. Through attending events and helping them gain mastery in a skill the child wants to learn, they show support by being there. Parents’ physical presence provides an underpinning of support and security as the child experiences the highs and lows of life. Susan Stiffelman, in Parenting Without Power Struggles, wrote about an important kind of physical presence and support: joyful and authentic children catch glimpses of their mother or father looking at them with wonder and love just because they exist.

When you celebrate and marvel at their uniqueness, you bestow on your children the greatest gift you could possibly give.

Dr. Marta practices in the Verde Valley of Arizona as a Life Coach in Communication & Spiritual Consciousness. She coaches individuals, couples and parents to be more awake and aware. Email: drmartacoach@gmail.com, phone: 928-451-9482.

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