Self Help Blog

Symbols of the Mind – There For Your Healing

My twenty year quest to understand and help people to use the powers of their own subsconscious mind has been a neverending and open ended journey.  I have been most fortunate to have been mentored by some highly knowledgeable persons.  These people, some very interesting authors, and my clients have taught me so much.  It has been my honor to cultivate slowly the methods of how to help a person to access parts of  the  deep inner self, which in turn guides one  them on one’s own path to healing change, and creation. Each way or method has brought its own fascination, and there are many ways which seem to work.  Past life regression seemed to me at first as a method just too bizarre to really work.  Yet I and many others of scholarly pursuit have found that in this methodology, some story seems to emerge from a person’s mind, whether it be a story coming down from the Collective Unconscious as defined by the renowned Carl Jung, or whether it be a true past life experience.  Amazingly,   this story always brings with it a source message about whatever this-life situation seems to  be.  Relationship issues, or deep-seated emotions…

Darkness into Light

Recently, in work with clients from all walks of life, it has come to me that there is a basic phenomenon, at least symbolically, that there is a battleground on the human psyche between forces of light and dark, good and evil, positive and negative.  If a person can form an intent, and do the work, then the forces of lightness can overtake the dark. I tell many of my clients that there are “feel good emotions” and “feel bad emotions”.   It is easy to know where one is on this continuum.   When one is dwelling primarily in “feel good emotions”, one feels good, and in turn, this kind of energy brings self and others in one’s presence, up, into a sense of lightness and purpose.  “Feel good emotions” include a sense of hope, courage, joyfulness, peace, love, unconditional love  and, at the highest level, bliss. When one is dwelling in “feel bad emotions”, one feels bad, and others in the surrounding space pick up on this negativity.  It is easy to know what “feel bad” emotions are:  hate, fear, anger, sadness, depression, hopelessness, shame, doubt, guilt, blame;  any of these directed at the self or others.  Obviously, a trick…