When we grieve -- and we do so only because we love -- the dimensions of that grief differ for each death without one being greater or lesser than another; we grieve from different parts of our heart for different reasons. The heart is not a cliche. People experiencing grief can distinguish its impact from momentary sadness. True grief brings with it a physical tension gnaws at us from the heart center. At various times of day when memories are triggered by different sensations,, none of…Continue
Added by Lisa Shaw on December 23, 2018 at 10:32am — No Comments
Ollie the pit bull was the victim of what Hollywood Florida police call the most vicious animal abuse case they have ever encountered. Beaten and stabbed 50 times and left to die in suitcase, he was heard crying by two passersby who notified police and was taken to a local animal hospital for two surgeries, wagging his tail and kissing the staff as he clung to life. Since then a neighbor came forward with her account of hearing the gruesome attack, of Ollie's screams and cries, Grateful…Continue
Added by Lisa Shaw on December 11, 2017 at 7:12am — No Comments
Meditating with Animals 737 words
By Lisa Shaw
Abstract: Because animals live on a more intuitive level than we do, they are receptive to higher energies and often operate on higher levels of consciousness. This enables us to meditate with them for greater communication and healing. Here is a basic meditation for you and your animal companions.
Those of us who understand consciousness as a spiritual word know that on the earth plane, we do not…Continue
Added by Lisa Shaw on November 27, 2017 at 6:52am — No Comments
Abstract: Just as medical treatments for humans now include meditation and visualization, we can apply the same techniques to help our animals heal. This is a meditation script that will help you identify root causes of animals physical and emotional issues and clear them.
Those of us who understand consciousness as a spiritual word know that on the earth plane, we do not function strictly as physical creatures; there exists a body-mind-spirit continuum that…Continue
Added by Lisa Shaw on November 19, 2017 at 9:00am — No Comments
Abstract: Autumn is a visual metaphor for the transformations we undergo. Intentionally focusing on the rich colors and symbols of the season allows us to follow the universal pattern of release and renewal.
Autumn is arguably the most beautiful of all seasons, rich in its unique colors, shades, textures, all representing movement and transformation. This occurs on a very real level as we see trees shedding leaves gently, moving from the vibrant greens to yellows, oranges, and reds…Continue
Abstract: Healing is not an earth shattering miracle brought to us by external forces. Healing can be very subtle, a measurement of where we were and how far we have progressed, once we get ourselves out of the way and find distance.
People seek healers in doctors, metaphysicians, psychics, thinking that healing is a product they can purchase when in fact it is a process, an ongoing process that doesn't end. Our bodies, minds, and hearts…Continue
Illumination: A Crystal Meditation with Animals
By Animal Communicator Lisa Shaw App. 880 words
Abstract: Meditating with your animals is a first step in animal communication. Here’s a meditation script to help you and your animals clear shared burdens.
Animal communicators are intuitives who telepathically converse with animals, allowing them to express and release their inner feelings and thoughts in ways…Continue
In order to heal others, we must first heal ourselves, which involves agreeing to enter the darkness alone. There we find opportunities for enlightenment in the way of the great mythological heroes, shamans, and religious teachers. There we confront God.
Abstract: In order to heal others, we must first heal ourselves, which involves agreeing to enter the darkness alone. There we find opportunities for enlightenment in the way of the great mythological…Continue
Abstract: When we feel out of sorts, the cause is not only physical. Finding and healing the emotional center of our discomfort rests not in allopathic medicine but in many holistic remedies that integrate body, mind, and spirit. Some to consider are Ayurveda, Reiki, Cranial-Sacral Therapy, and Network Chiropractic.
We don’t feel right, but we just can't identify the precise cause or condition. We know, however, the root is not totally physical. Physical ailments…Continue
Often we think the external chaos we witness reflects our own internal strife, connecting us to the world’s pain when in fact it may be the opposite: the seeds of our discontent lie deep within us and we conveniently shift blame to others. Maybe life isn’t going right. We knock on locked doors: applying for elusive jobs, seeking moves without luck, stagnating in relationships, feeling alienated. We hit one more rocky patch or feel taken advantage of yet again. We then see…Continue
In 2005, a young Ethiopian girl was abducted and severely beaten by a band of men trying forcing her into a marriage. In what some called a miraculous intervention, they were chased by three lions who came to her rescue and who continued to stand guard over her until she was discovered by authorities and returned to her family. According to the Associated Press, wildlife officer Stuart Williams attributed the girl’s rescue to her crying: “A young girl whimpering could be mistaken for the…Continue
If a tree falls in the forest, and there’s no one there to hear it fall, does it make a sound? This question, historically posed to puzzle fledgling philosophy students, doesn’t take into account that sound is the primordial energy of the universe, existing before the evolution of physical life. Scientists now explain that after the big bang creation of the universe, sound not only preceded life but enabled it. According to space.com, “The early universe rang with the sound of countless…Continue
“It’s like breathing,” we say to illustrate the ease of a particular task or the acquisition of a new skill that isn’t really difficult. From our initial entry into life, breathing is automatic, something we don’t prepare for or think about until we face a health crisis later in life or develop a respiratory condition that requires monitoring and medicating. We know that breath is requisite for life, but the benefits of conscious breathing transcend the physical to include…Continue
Solitude is a mighty power, magnetic in its ability to draws to us (and through us) wisdom and voice of the Spirit. Whether it’s our own higher self, the guidance of angels and spirit guides, or the pure unfiltered voice of the Divine, when we connect to that energy, we transform. We become better than we think we are. It is only when we eliminate the external noise of the world, when we lay aside the self-destructive chatter of our ego-self, that we can receive such wisdom. …Continue
Humans learned early in their evolution that they can commodify everything,brand it, add a price tag, and compete in the marketplace. From name brand tissues to coffee pods, inventors become entrepreneurs, identifying a market and creating products to benefit that market, hopefully drawing income. The laws of supply and demand have kept us well stocked as well as inspired invent greater goods, but are all of our products literally for the greater good?…Continue
In The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying Sogyal Rinpoche identifies a primary problem in western society: a deeply embedded aversion to death. We teach ourselves how to live, he says, but our lessons fail to include dying, which other cultures approach with reverence as part of life. We avoid talk of death until we meet it head-on and at that point, we succumb to fear and panic. We are unprepared. An obvious reflection of this is society’s refusal to accept aging; we cannot allow ourselves to…Continue
This is a true story about a middle aged man who was suffering from serious heart problems and facing a stiff prison term for interstate mail fraud. He was driving a long stretch of highway in Southwest Florida when he spotted a gas station with a convenience store and decided it was a good time to gas up and stock up on some snacks for the rest of the trip. He was not a spiritual person; in fact, he had practiced no religion or tradition for most of his life. A black car pulled up to…Continue
You're not feeling well, but you can't identify the precise cause or condition. You know, however, it's not completely physical. For that you might see a medical doctor. It's not just psychological or emotional; to address those issues you would visit a counselor or psychotherapist. What you experience is some kind of knot in your center, slowing you down. You’re tired, blah, sad, feeling an unspecified malaise. You don’t need an aspirin or a Xanax. What you need is a healing – not a cure,…Continue
SIMPLE TECHNIQUES TO RELEASE NEGATIVE ENERGY Picture yourself coming home from a walk in piled high snow. You collect "stones" of snow on your boots or shoes. While the powdery stuff leaves you with every step, by the time you get to your front door your shoes are covered with velcro--like balls of snow that cling. The same happens after walking through mud or moist earth. As it dries to a powder, it flies away from you, but when as you approach your threshold, thick residue has molded to…Continue
Sometimes we grow out of relationships. It can feel like it’s happening against our conscious will because it's driven by a subconscious awakening, a soul level fulfillment of our commitment to ascend in this lifetime. We exit for many reasons: different paths beckon us, our circumstances change financially, socially, or spiritually, or we decide that we can no longer tolerate relationship inertia. Moving on is a brave step. But what about those of us…Continue