"The energy systems that attempt to adapt to a world
of stresses, pollutants and information overload unknown to our ancestors become overwhelmed and confounded, settling for imperfect compromises, and requiring significant repatterning if you are to fully thrive.
Energy medicine is able to bring about such repatterning."   ~ Donna Eden, Author & energy medicine pioneer.

Philosophy & Goals of VortexHealing®-Divine Healing Art

RESOURCED: VortexHealing website       

The philosophy of *VortexHealing® is that all of life is One (One Source, One Consciousness, One Divinity), expressing Itself as this amazing experience of creation. But because we have lost the awareness of that, our basic experience of life has become one of separation. We experience ourselves as a particular being that is essentially separate from everything else in creation and separate from the Universal Source of creation. This creates all kinds of issues and false identities, which over time (and lives) imprint and condition every level of our human system—our bodies, our minds, our emotions, and even our sense of spirituality. The web of this conditioning is incredibly, almost unimaginably deep, made up of a complex system of fabric, blueprints, entanglements, consciousness and more existing on multi-dimensional levels. It completely distorts our experience of being human. This conditioning creates a myriad of emotional issues and blockages in our human energy system, which generate weakness, imbalance and physical disease. The intent of VortexHealing® is to release this conditioning on every level it is found, returning the person to emotional balance and energetic strength, so that health prevails.

       But the goal of VortexHealing® is also much larger than this, because deeper healing requires a return to wholeness. And wholeness requires a return to the awareness of what we are as multi dimensional beings,  awakening out of our root experience of duality and separation into the experience of our true being - oneness and unity consciousness. So, the Divine Source of VortexHealing® designed it to facilitate this kind of awakening. As a result, whether studying or receiving VortexHealing®, a process is engaged—a kind of spiritual acceleration process—in which participants begin to awaken out of their conditioned webs of reality and identity and evolve multi dimensionally. Although the healing tools of VortexHealing® are designed to generate physical and emotional health (fantastically), on a deeper level they also engage a process with the Divine that facilitates the deepest movement of healing that is possible, which is this kind of inner awakening to the freedom and Oneness that is our true nature.

*VortexHealing®  is a registered service mark of Ric A. Weinman. All rights reserved. Used here with permission.

DIVINE EARTH ENERGY

A deep and powerful energy infusion of Earth and Divine energies to use for physical healing, transformation and enhancing and empowering manifestation abilities.

Nature, in all its myriad forms, is the most powerful force on earth. Human beings are connected to the power of the earth, but not wholly of the earth. The unease we occasionally feel during this time of change is merely a by-product of our innate understanding of our dual natures in the planet and the stars. Each of us is poised between the soil alive underneath our feet and the never-ending ethereal energy of the Divine calling to connect and unite with us. Why aren’t we connecting?

  Artwork; "Earth Magic' -- Courtesy Damian Nola, http://www.sourcematrix.co.uk

Striking the right balance between our physical and spiritual aspects is one of the most challenging aspects of existence. We are dual beings by nature, spiritual entities bound to earth by physical bodies. We are whole only to the degree that we embrace both sides of our beings. Busy lives compete for our attention. Yet denying the fundamental importance of one or the other can lead to ill health, emotional distress, and a gnawing sense of incompleteness.

Both facets of the human experience play a vital role in our well-being. Invoking Divine Earth Energy using the meditation technique below activates the energy in your system. Its strength comes from combining the denser frequencies of Earth, with the expansive, lighter vibrations of our emerging Divinity. Blending both energies with equal devotion and love has the affect of nurturing, balancing, anchoring and liberating by uniting the two together into one force. The results are boundless and limitless as a valuable tool towards building the higher consciousness necessary to support our authentic Self.

Use this technique everyday and see how your life changes physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

There may be times when we feel that our consciousness is not grounded. Thoughts may seem scattered or spacey, or we may sense the ethereal self literally floating away. When this occurs, activate Divine Earth Energy to anchor us, drawing upon the potent grounding energy of trees and bringing in the light of the Divine. Later, try experimenting with other Earth vibrations like mountain or ocean energy or pick a specific Divine being that resonates to see how that feels and manifests within. These powerful natural forces help us reconnect with the earth AND the higher self by reminding us that living in both our physical and spiritual state is a wholesome, loving and enlightening experience.

Remember to express your gratitude when completing this work to both the Earth and Higher Power. In that sense, heartfelt gratitude and love for the way this energy system arose.  Divine Earth Energy is adapted from channelings of the Star Council by Cyndy Mayer are divinely guided by Bette to assist you. This work comes naturally to her, according to sources, she has been practicing Earthwork for 42 generations!

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"The same stream of life that runs through my veins night and day runs through the world and dances in rhythmic measures. It is the same life that shoots in joy through the dust of the earth in numberless blades of grass and breaks into tumultuous waves of leaves and flowers. It is the same life that is rocked in the ocean-cradle of birth and of death, in ebb and in flow. I feel my limbs are made glorious by the touch of this world of life. And my pride is from the life-throb of ages dancing in my blood this moment." -Rabindranath Tagore

Guide to the Emotional Cause of Your Physical Symptoms

According to author Louise Hay and scientist Bruce Lipton, physical symptoms are merely tangible evidence of what is going on in your unconscious mind and how you are REALLY feeling deep inside.  Author Calvin Banyan explains that your emotions play a crucial role in ensuring your needs are met.  If feelings are ignored, your subconsious mind must find another way to get its message across and help you see that your deeper needs are being ignored.

Symptoms are the way your body alerts you to to this.  There is a scientific explanation why all mammals show physical symptoms when they have an out-of-balance emotional state ... 

How does this happen?  Russian space scientists were the first to discover that every thought or feeling triggers the release of tiny chemical proteins called neuropeptides (NP's).   American cellular biologist Candace Pert began to explore this phenomenon in the early 1970's.  She outlined the critical role neuropeptides play in metabolic function.

Your cells produce hundreds of different NP's, each with its own unique function.  Hormones, endorphins, cortisol, and adrenalin are some examples. 

How does your body know which neuropeptides to release?  While Candice Pert identified the connection between emotions and neuropeptide (NP) release, our research has taken this further.  We have demonstrated that every emotional state has its own identifiable frequency.  That's how your body knows which specific NP's to release.

As you experience an emotion, its frequency activates photons within your cells and throughout your neural pathways.  Your body releases appropriate NP's in response.

Positive emotions will elicit beneficial NP's such as endorphins or oxytocin.  Negative emotions will elicit NP's that are helpful when an immediate response or action is required, but become harmful when released over a prolonged period of time.

An example of this is the stress hormones cortisol and adrenalin.  These NP's trigger a 'fight-or-flight response.'  That can be helpful if you need to defend yourself or run.  But, over time, even low levels of stress hormones will begin to damage your body.  

So, any prolonged negative mental state will inevitably weaken your body.  By the time you see physical symptoms, you've probably held that state of being for quite some time.

"Under the sustaining influence of love, the physical body is always at its best.  It is probably true that more people are sick from lack of love in their lives than from all other causes put together"  Eric Butterworth

Scientists are now able to measure the physiological effects of emotional states.  

Your body actually becomes weaker or stronger depending on your mental state!

Shame resonates at the lowest vibration, followed by guilt, and then apathy, grief, fear, anxiety, craving, anger and hate.  Conversely, trust, optimism, willingness, acceptance, forgiveness, understanding, love, reverence, joy, serenity and enlightenment strengthen you.

Your heart emits a much stronger electro-magnetic force field than your brain.  So, your brain entrains with your heart, and matches its biological rythm.  That means if you feel love, appreciation and gratitude in your heart, your brain will entrain with that and enter a coherent pattern.  If your heart feels anger, frustration or fear, your brain will entrain with that and go into an incoherent pattern.

Recent medical studies prove that depression is a greater cause of heart disease than smoking.  Researchers found that in depressed people the blood platelets became more sticky, clogging arteries and veins.

Depressed people lose hope.  They have simply given up on life and on getting their needs met.  Lacking a feeling of satisfaction and empowerment, they view life from a negative perspective.

Have you suffered an accident or injury?  What was happening in your life around that time?  Recall your mental state and how you were FEELING.  When an accident occurs, weak or incoherent emotional areas are where an injury will gravitate.

Your bio-energetic process is a combination of verbal, intellectual, physical and psycho-emotional states of harmony or conflict.  For instance, the left side of your body reflects the problem has its roots in your past, while the right side reflects how to feel about your future.  This isn't conjecture.  It is simply how the limbic brain functions.

Injuries or pain generally appear on one side of the body.  One-sided pain issues reflect the side of you that feels confused or unsupported.

Your left side  Based on the functions of your brain's hemispheres, your left side responds to stimulus from your environment.  It holds your experiences (past), your emotional self, your memories, and emotional joy or pain.

Your right side  organizes and moves you forward into the future.  It governs how you interact with the world.  When you are experiencing problems on your right side, you may feel stuck or hampered in moving forward.  Or you may be experiencing unwanted change that is causing fear, reluctance, or trepidation.

Your front side reveals your social or public self, the part of you that the world sees.  It reflects those aspects of yourself that are active ingredients in your day-to-day living.  This includes communication, desire, caring, loving, happiness, sadness.  These show in your face, posture and body language.

Your back side, however, reflects private and unconscious elements of your life.  This side becomes the storehouse for everything you don't want to deal with or don't want other people to see.  Hidden or unexpressed feelings become frozen into the structure of your body.  That means a lot of negative emotions become stored along your spine and in the backs of your legs.  Most of your powerful emotions such as anger and fear are stored in your back.  This pulls your body out of balance.  

Think of it like a house, with the living room all neatly arranged to present an appropriate social image, while the attic, basement and back yard are crammed with junk, memories and remnants of your life.

Your situation and attitude may eventually change.  But, the initial damage created by your body's 'chemical programming' won't change unless you deliberately 'reset' it.  For instance, your heart may have begun to show problems because you lacked love for many years.  You may not have had any symptoms at that time.  Now you have found love and are happy.  But, your heart is showing signs of damage.

That's because you haven't cancelled out the earlier 'chemical programming' at the cellular level.  In fact, lifestyle changes will often precipitate the release of beneficial neuropeptides that may actually bring the initial issue to the forefront of your awareness to show you where you were out of balance.

The good news is that you have the power within you to increase your vibration and change your state of health.  

Headaches and hitting your head are the equivalent of a rap on the head to say "wake up and pay attention".  You are ignoring your intuition--your gut feelings, or you are ignoring your own needs.

Pain in the back of the head  C1-C5 (where it joins to the spine) is where guilt resides.  A pain in the neck means you believe you have made mistakes and haven't forgiven yourself.  You (and perhaps others) are judging yourself harshly.

Eyes are like windows.  They provide your perspective of the world.  Nearsighted people tend to live in the moment and not plan for their future.  Farsighted people tend to plan for the future and project their thoughts to the 'what if's'.   They have a hard time staying in the here and now.

          Eye problems can indicate you aren't looking at something clearly, or don't want to examine something.  Check the windows in your home.  Are they dirty and murky, too?  Often something as simple as cleaning your windows or getting new glasses can tell your brain "I want to see this situation more clearly".

Hearing problems or excess wax buildup indicate you don't want to hear what is going on around you. You are effectively 'tuning out'

Your mouth and tongue is how you taste the world.  It is a vital part of your senses, your 'sensuality', your ability to enjoy pleasure.  When you lose your taste or your hearing, you are disconnecting from the physical world.  Your 2nd chakra and your throat chakra is out of balance.  2nd chakra deals with self identity, your creativity, your sexuality, and how you experience yourself in relation to others.  When you disconnect from the world or other people, you disconnect from yourself. You are punishing yourself by denying yourself pleasure or fullfillment of your desires.   

     The throat/thymus area is the point where your soul enters and leaves your body.  A blockage in your throat area can cause feelings that you don't want to stay in your physical body.

      Your neck sits between your brain and your heart--the two electric command centres of your body. Electrical impulses passing between your heart and brain integrate analytical thinking with emotional desires and feelings.  Differences between what the brain thinks and the heart desires can leave you feeling scattered, stuck, confused or powerless.  Decisions become difficult.  More importantly, disparity between heart and mind is the root cause of many physical disorders and dysfunctions, particularly auto-immune disorders such as Lupus

Neck, cervical vertebrae, and upper shoulders support your head and must be flexible.  Your neck is the bridge between your head (logic) and your feelings (body).  It is also the most narrow point on your body, so energy can easily become restricted here.  Your neck is where you hold guilt and self-recrimination.  Are you not forgiving yourself?  Are you not forgiving others?  Is your pride getting in the way?

Thyroid disorders, laryngitis, and TMJ are often indicative of an imbalance between thought and desire.  Those who experience injustice because they don't speak up or ask for what they want, are likely to experience these issues.

      Tension and stiffness in the neck indicate inflexibility--not willing to look at other possibilities.  Your prosperity consciousness may be out of balance.  You may be worrying about money, or placing too much emphasis on money, or not enough attention on creating security.  You may be judging or doubting your ability to make money.  Maybe you don't want to acknowledge that money is important.  Or maybe those around you are out of balance in their prosperity consciousness.  Perhaps you have your head turned backward looking at your past and are judging yourself?

Arms and hands reach out to others.  Are you stifling your need to reach out and connect with others?  Are you feeling alone and isolated?  Are you feeling rejected?

Lungs and heart sustain your life.  When you aren't sharing love, your heart and lungs begin to deteriorate.  Deep grief affects your lungs and heart.   Have you experienced loss, betrayal, or rejection?  Expressing love is more important than receiving love.  You can intellectually know that someone loves you.  You can experience demonstrations of that love.  But, you cannot FEEL their love.  The only way to actually FEEL love is to express it yourself.  When you are in a state of love, your heart chakra and whole chest area expands.  Your body's vibration raises.  You feel happy, elevated, alive.  You feel connected to something larger than yourself.  Loving, therefore, is really a gift to yourself--not to the object of your affections 

      Stop feeling sorry for yourself, thinking that no one loves you!  That vibration is killing you!  Realize that you DO NOT have to have personal love in order to feel love. You can feel unconditional love for everyone in your life, for humanity, for your pets, for the awe-inspiring beauty of our planet, for yourself.  You can take action to seek closeness with others, instead of waiting for people to come to you.  The important thing is that you allow yourself to feel love.  It is your natural state

     Expressing love attracts love from others.  Get a pet and love it.  Volunteer to help others.  Let yourself be overwhelmed by beauty.  Let your love out!  

Your spinal column and skeleton are the foundation and support for your body  Are you laying a solid foundation in your life?  Do you have a support structure of family and friends?   Back pain can reveal feeling unsupported.

          Upper (thoracic) vertebrae are connected to your heart chakra.  (see heart and lungs above)  Eyes, heart, heart chakra, and lungs are often affected by injury to the thoracic vertebrae.  Perhaps you don't feel any love in your life or don't feel supported by love?    

          Mid thoracic section of your spine can affect your stomach, digestion, liver, gall bladder, adrenal gland, and reproductive organs.  Middle back pain is carrying the weight of the past, not listening to your needs, feeling divided, and experiencing fear or anxiety

          Lumbar (lower) vertebrae and tailbone can affect the reproductive organs, hips, large intestine, immune system, kidneys and bladder.  The consequences of your childhood show up in this area of your body.  Lumbar also causes family and security issues to surface.  Damage here will block the root chakra, leading you to feel insecure and anxious as you turn your personal power and happiness over to others.  You may fear success or failure.  You will perceive a lack of financial support in your life--making you feel as though you are struggling alone.  A victim mentality may be be developing.  Are you blaming others?  Your creativity and sexuality may be stifled.  Feelings of jealousy, suspicion, or envy may surface.  Routinely crossing you legs or clasping your hands in front of this area is an indication of imbalance in the lumbar region.

Chronic pain   Resentment and bitterness are like acid.  They cause inflammation and pain.  Stubborn, inflexible resentment goes to the knees, wrists, shoulders and joints--the parts of your body that are designed to be open and flexible.  Arthritis is bottled-up hurt.

Cancer can indicate a deep secret, hatred, guilt, or grief 'eating away' at you.  Breast and uterine cancer reveals a lack of nurturing or self-nurturing in your life, or an inability to nurture others

Stomach and digestion are your physical assimilation process.  Likewise, you assimilate information from your environment and process your emotions.  Digestive problems occur when you have an inability to 'digest' or absorb what is going on in your environment or inside your head or heart.

Liver and gall bladder help all your other organs work together harmoniously and in balance.  Your liver also holds your drive to live or survive.  If your liver or gallbladder becomes constricted, energy slows to a standstill.  This creates a backlog of energy that erupts as anger, irritation, impatience and frustration.   By the same token, negative emotions such as resentment and anger weaken your liver.  Diseases of the liver, such as Hep-C show long-held suppressed anger.  Resentment and anger will also manifest as arthritis and degenerative states of your bones.  There is also a correlation between anger and heart disease and stroke (constriction of energy), and urinary problems ('pissed off')

Reproduction is our most creative process.  It is how we expand and extend our inner selves into our environment.   Problems with your reproductive system--uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, testes, fertility--show that your 1st and 2nd chakra are out of balance.  2nd chakra deals with your self identity, individuality, creativity, sexuality, and your ability to experience pleasure.  It's how you experience yourself in relation to others

     1st chakra is your root of being.  It holds your survival issues, your sense of personal security.  When you are feeling insecure, you will experience problems with your repoductive system.  Your insecurity can also lead to insecurity about your future child, leading to infertitilty.  You may believe 'the world is not a safe place'.  Feeling vulnerable can also lead to shut down of the reproductive organs, or problems such as dryness and irritation in the vagina or vulva.  After all, it is the most vulnerable spot on a woman--the place where you allow someone else to literally 'enter you'.  Stifling your creativity can also lead to problems with your reproductive system.

Hips, legs and calves are how you move forward in life.  Your legs, calves and feet store much of your trauma, resentment, jealousy, and emotional pain, both past and present, especially in regard to your family.  Problems in this area show a block in the root chakra, which makes you feel fearful of moving forward or making changes.  You may feel stuck and unable to move forward.  You may be experiencing issues about your self identity.  You may not feel any support in your life--as though you are the one supporting everyone else, or as though you cannot support yourself.

Knees and feet carry the energy of your negative emotions.  That is because the vibration of negative emotions is lower, heavier, and more dense, causing these feelings to drop to the lowest points of your body.  Inflammation here shows you are nursing hurt feelings.  Stubborn, inflexible resentment goes to the knees and joints--the parts of your body that are designed to be open and flexible.  Are you being rigid, inflexible and unforgiving?  Have you created too many rules in your life?  Are you holding on to the past and supporting the heavy weight of this burden? 

Auto immune disorders such as Lupus, Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia result from your body turning on itself.  It's as though your brain perceives you as your own enemy.

When how you respond to people and to life is different than how you really feel, you send mixed messages within your body, confusing the neural impulses.  A lack of authenticity, personal integrity and self-integration is self-destructive, as is the need to be a victim.  Harbouring deep guilt, self-recrimination or self-loathing will eventually cause your body to punish itself.  Unconditional self-love is a powerful stimulant to the immune system.

Weight Gain and Eating Disorders  Eating for any other reason than nutrition is emotional eating.  It is an unconscious survival strategy, with complex triggers.  

Don't wait for disconnect between your body and mind to create pain or health issues.  Take steps now to achieve perfect balance between your thoughts and feelings and your body.

Source: http://m.enlightenedfeelings.com/symptoms.html


The Paradigm of Energy Healing - an Overview 

In many circles a movement is now taking place - a growing openness toward deeper views, that can be seen as a ‘new paradigm’; a shift in thinking, living and being. A subtle form of revolution is underway on the nature of perception itself. Awareness is opening to question and redefine awareness itself.

Energy healing is a fundamental part of this paradigm shift that when realized, will constitute a deep collective change in the way we see our role and place in the universe. 

Ancient and indigenous cultures knew the secrets of the unique natural phenomenon we have called ‘consciousness’, and used them as common practice and to heal. The Native American and other world indigenous tribes, the ancient traditions of the Egyptians and Greeks, the philosophies of the Hindus, and the religions of the East successfully practiced consciousness awareness as forms of "energy healing" through the use of frequency, vibration, resonance, sound, ritual, color, light, symbols, sacred geometry and  other forms of energetic informational exchange. 

And now modern science and physics are evolving to prove what the ancient cultures already knew -- that everything is consciousness. Everything is energy!

Emerging theories and evidence suggest that the heart of our experiencing self, reflects something fundamental about the way reality is organized. Author of Origins in Consciousness, Adrian David Nelson explains: "The answer, I think, is that consciousness is ultimately who we really are. There is a profound and consequential distinction between the old materialist view, in which we are isolated fragments of illusory experience  and the now emerging view, in which we are each of us truly conscious participators in an on-going unfoldment of cosmic creativity."

Nelson researched scientists Dean Radin, Robert Jahn and Rupert Sheldrake to prove categories of psychic phenomena actually occur under rigorously controlled conditions.

"Over nearly three decades, experiments conducted by researchers at Princeton University revealed that when people direct their intention to a physical random system the outputs will often shift in line with their intentions. Outside any ordinary physical contact, the reported effect seems impossible to reconcile within any materialist understanding of the mind.(1)"

Nelson also documented other  research exploring this mysterious mind-matter interaction and found that a network of random systems located all around the planet mysteriously respond to collective shifts in attention of entire populations. The Global Consciousness Project, led by psychologist Roger Nelson, found that when dramatic world events occur, and millions of minds respond with similar emotions; strange patterns of order emerge in the data. Where attention goes, order mysteriously flows.(2)

Intention as energy is quickly earning recognition in the health care world. Energy healing practices tapping into the body's own frequencies has commonly been an Eastern practice. It is now being taken seriously by health practitioners trained in both eastern and western modalities as a type of alternative medicine.

And science is backing up its powers: One 2013 study found that 10 minutes of energy healing was as effective as physical therapy in improving the range of motion in people with mobility problems. UCLA even has en electromyography (EMG) lab that studies electrical activity in the body. Princeton's Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) laboratory has been studying consciousness related phenomena for over 20 years with measurable results.

What research is proving is all healing ultimately involves energy. Most of modern medicine is allopathic healing methods focused on the physical, mental and emotional levels of life, without recognition of the deeper underlying energy. Energy healing works purely with the energetic level of our being. Energy healing is thus by nature “holistic”.

Every health issue has a physical and an energetic component. Energy pioneer, teacher and author Donna Eden, explains that "any physical, mental, or behavioral problem has a counterpart in the body’s energies and can be treated at that level." She points out that "every conceivable health problem, psychological challenge, or dysfunctional habit can be improved if not overcome by intelligently shifting the energies in the body that are maintaining that condition.”

For this reason, energy healing is recognized as quickly growing professional phenomenon. In general, it describes any form of healing that works on the energy system to rebalance, restore, clear or smooth out the flow of energy in your body. It can address physical illness and emotional or mental disorders, and can also promote high-level wellness, peak performance and spiritual awakening.

Just as we have a physical anatomy, we also have an energetic anatomy made up of energy centers called chakras, energy pathways like meridians and energy bodies; physical, etheric, mental, emotional, spiritual and karmic. 

Our energy anatomy is dimensionally complex. 

Dimensions are not locations, they are raised levels of conscious awareness. As we discover that we are consciousness -- the state of being aware of a greater connection -- we raise our level of understanding, and we raise our knowledge of how, where and why we are conditioned to think act and be on ever expanding levels. 

One such pioneer is VortexHealing founder Ric Weinman. He's discovered that our energetic anatomy stretches interdimensionally in a complex web of divine lines, blueprints, structures, identities, reality streams, assemblage points, intelligence fields, networks of personality pieces and so much more.

As an author of several groundbreaking books, Weinman is devoted to mapping the complex web of our conditioned consciousness and how it awakens to awareness. He writes: "According to Vedic writings, the universe was manifested from primordial sound and vibration. As human beings, we are a microcosm of that universe—an almost infinite mix of simple and complex vibrations crammed into a small bio-conscious body. If you were to take the package of vibrations that you consider to be you and translate that into a song, consider what that song would sound like. Full of conflicting emotions and body sensations, full of restless and chaotic monkey-mind thoughts, full of eons of past-life history and millions of years of genetic survival history, continuously vibrating out of our consciousness and DNA—consider what that song of yourself would sound like. That’s why we are so drawn to nature. The harmony of nature reminds us of our own lost harmony."

The modality of VortexHealing is based on Divine intelligence and helps reposition our awareness of the concept. "Because Divinity becomes creation, it does have unique expressions that can be recognized. God is one and yet has unique expressions. In Hinduism, the various gods are really the various expressions of the one unfathomable Reality, often referred to as Brahma. And both Christianity and Hinduism believe that one can relate to these expressions and interact with them—as if they were beings. Each of these “beings” expresses and embodies a unique quality of Divinity. VortexHealing was created by the divine expression that embodies the quality of Transformational Magic...An important aspect of this divine, transformational magic is love, Divine Love."

Author and journalist Lynne McTaggert helps expand the consciousness perspective that all life is connected as energy interacting. In her book "The Field" she researches and exhaustively documents what is called the Zero Point Field -- a sea of energy that reconciles mind with matter, classic science with quantum physics, and science with religion. "The universe is self-regenerating and eternal, constantly refreshing itself and in touch with every other part of itself instantaneously. Everything in it is giving, exchanging and interacting with energy, coming in and out of existence at every level. The self has a field of influence on the world and visa versa based on this energy."

This system is called the subtle body, a new scientific understanding of our quantum-state existence and the unseen fields that determine our physical human condition.

Cyndi Dale, author of The Subtle Bodies explains; "We can't see all the energies that keep the body healthy…Those we can see are called physical, or measurable, energies. Those that we can't yet perceive are called subtle energies. Subtle doesn't mean delicate. In fact, science is beginning to suggest that the subtle - the as yet immeasurable - actually directs the measurable and forms our physical framework."

Energy medicine is an umbrella term that encompasses many forms of vibrational work to include essential oils, herbs, crystals or sound to influence change with the energy field. In a healthy person, the energy field is governed by pattern and order—and that dis-ease occurs when the energy is characterized by imbalance and disorder. In her book Energy Medicine, Donna Eden explains; "It utilizes techniques from healing traditions such as acupuncture, yoga, kinesiology, and qi gong. Energy Medicine is the science and the art of optimizing your energies to help your body and mind function at their best."

In the area of Psychology somatics has opened the door to ideas which argue that many features of human cognition are shaped by aspects of the body beyond the brain. Before the modern clinical version of somatic psychology there were earlier practices (like Ayurveda and Yoga) that naturally incorporate science, art, and spirituality to be seen as one integrated whole.

Neuroscientist Dr. Candace Pert writes: "Most psychologists treat the mind as disembodied, a phenomenon with little or no connection to the physical body. Conversely, physicians treat the body with no regard to the mind or the emotions. But the body and mind are not separate, and we cannot treat one without the other." 

As we've outlined, the body and mind, are not separate from the Divine 'Spirit' as energy and benefit at the root or holistic level, from treatment as a whole.

As you can see different forms of energy healing offer different benefits. Not all are alike or offer the same results. In general, energy healing has broad ranging to transformational effects depending on the modality and practitioner.  It can cleanse and detoxify your system, improve your circulation strengthen and revitalize your body, reduce stress, realign imbalances and more.  

The best way to determine if energy healing will work for your specific circumstances is to discuss your situation with a healer. 

Initially, Western and Eastern methods seemed diametrically opposed, and the schism between then seemed unsurpassable, until practitioners and patients noticed that the two approaches enhance one another. With this discovery, a new health care process was born, termed integrative care. 

Physicians specializing in both eastern and western medicine affirmed the power of energetic healing modalities. Deepak Chopra, a holistic physician who also subscribes to Western teachings, said that science is starting to understand how energy healing works.

"It triggers your own healing system, which is called homeostatis," he said. Homeostatis is what tells your body to create an antibody when you have an infection, or a clot when you fall so that you don't bleed to death.

Scientists like Dr. Bruce Lipton are breaking ground in energetic advancements that are helping us unlearn our own physiology. Lipton, a renowned cell biologist,  authored The Biology of Belief that literally changes how we think about our own thinking. It details new scientific discoveries about the biochemical effects of the brain’s functioning that show how our cells are affected by our thoughts. 

The implications of this research radically change our understanding of life. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology; but instead, DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts.

This profoundly hopeful synthesis of research in cell biology and quantum physics is being hailed as a major breakthrough, showing that our bodies can be changed as we retrain our thinking through restructuring energy patterns.

Dr. Mark Melrose, an emergency medicine physician at Urgent Care Manhattan, said that there's "infinitely more that we don't understand," about medicine, and that alternative therapies such as energy healing could certainly benefit patients, and also are complements to traditional treatments.

From experience, the most impactful energy healing is transformational at the root level leading to deep clearing of conditioned patterns and insightful realizations that encourage changes in lifestyle.

One of the most comprehensive modalities that I know of from personal experience is VortexHealing which is much more than a healing energetic practice -- it is a Divine art. It is a complete transformational process, empowered by Divinity to work as an expression of Love, bringing divine energy and consciousness to anything in creation that needs it. In practice, this enables VortexHealing to work in a very powerful way on the body, the mind, the emotions, and spirituality, to impact all aspects of the body’s energy system, and to transform the deepest karmic issues we hold as human beings on all levels of reality.

Transformation is fundamental to change. If you continue to live your life in the same way; with the same beliefs and patterns and choices ... your energy can eventually revert back to its original state. 

When you address the underlying dysfunction and dis-ease on all levels, I've found that left over energies of emotions, shadow sides and conditioned patterns can often arise for review. 

This is an important step in self development.

Real healing comes from the powerful combination of:

1. Seeking the truth of who you are by raising your awareness and mining the unseen depths of your being, to include the shadow side.

2. Actually feeling your feelings.

3. Taking significant lifestyle steps towards a better way of being.

Energy healers are most affective that help you realize that you are your own best healer and the most powerful healing happens when you own your reality by relating experience to choices made, examining shadow sides, embrace feelings, change how you think and learn to be present in life. 

Carl Jung was forever saying that ‘wholeness for humans depends on the ability to own their own shadow’ because he recognised that ONLY by finding understanding of the dark side of ourselves could we be made ‘whole’— and, as incredible a claim as it is, it is that all-liberating and all-reconciling and all-redeeming and all-healing— and thus all-transforming. 

Owning the shadow both introduces us to the hidden aspects of our persona and also the hidden treasures. In his book "Owning Your Own Shadow”, author Robert A. Johnson adds, "Curiously, people resist the noble aspects of their shadow more strenuously than they hide the dark sides." 

Marianne Williamson agrees with the common human phenomenon in her widely popular quote. "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world."

What many people who are waking up realize is that this process of conscious self discovery in and of itself IS the journey of transformation. It is an awareness, a metamorphosis that has been gained by struggling with and working THROUGH the levels of consciousness -- a journey that can be both painful and ultimately enlightening. This awareness itself is its own tool and is often referred to as awakening.

“When we realize that who we are is formless awareness we begin to lose the fear of death. When, as this formless awareness we realize we are also physical form we begin to lose the fear of life.”  ~~ Loch Kelly

Meditation teacher, psychotherapist and author Loch Kelly teaches simple tools of awareness that assist in stepping out of our chattering mind. From your new awareness-based operating system he helps us learn how to train the brain to remain at home in the heart. 

The process is paradigm shifting and simple. Loch Kelly describes awakening as "more like returning to our natural condition. It is an undoing of techniques and a returning home, and a way of discovering and uncovering a natural condition. When this natural condition becomes revealed, we then learn that it can maintain itself in a very wonderful way. However, the initial first step requires glimpsing the natural condition, which involves a willingness to unlearn."

The mere fact that you're reading this article is proof that energy healing is gaining ground as a holistic alternative and integrative complement to conventional medical care. Twenty years ago no one knew what acupuncture or Reiki was. Now major insurance carriers are providing coverage for acupuncture treatments. And Reiki is being offered in hospitals and other medical establishments. 

Our world is radically changing and people are demanding alternatives to symptom based, pharmaceutical fueled health approach. People are getting sick and tired of being stressed, sick and tired. The famous proverb "Physician, heal thyself" seems very appropriate in our over commercialized medical culture.

Donna Eden believes our body is engineered to tap into its healing forces, and acknowledges that that force leads to health. She states in her book, Energy Medicine, co-authored with David Feinstein, that the body wants to heal, and that every cell carries extraordinary intelligence and fortitude. And, while we all sometimes need outside help and direction, she claims healing is an inside job.

Conventional medicine, at its foundation, focuses on the biochemistry of cells, tissue, and organs. At its best, it saves lives and inspires health At its worst, it is a dehumanizing  commercial entity that economically preys off of suffering.

Energy healing, at its foundation, focuses on the holistic root of disease -- the vast energy fields of the body that organize and control the growth and repair of cell, tissues, organs, genetic and karmic history and consciousness itself. At the minimum, it relaxes, rebalances and revitalizes. At its best -- it is truly transformational and a metamorphisis!

--This article is a compilation of various internet and print resources.

REFERENCES:

*Origins of Consciousness, by Adrian David Nelson

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*The Subtle Body by Cyndi Dale

*Energy Medicine, by Donna Eden

*Awakening Through the Veils. A Seekers Guide, by Ric Weinman

*The Biology of Belief, by Bruce Lipton

*The Field, by Lynn McTaggert

*Shift into Freedom, by Loch Kelly

*Hands of Light by Barbara Brennan

*Vibrational Medicine by Richard Gerber, MD

*Wheels of Light by Rosalyn Bruyere

Bette Hanson is a seasoned, experienced energy healer trained in transformational healing practices including Vortex Healing. Her services are available in person in the Center City area of Philadelphia, PA and by remote/distance healing. For details visit www.BetteHanson.com or contact MDHealing@icloud.com

The diagram below illustrates where toxic emotions and stuck energy are held as blocks and imbalances in correlation with specific areas of the body.  

Paradigms are Made for Shifting

“A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels” ~Albert Einstein, N.Y. Times, 1946

Over the course of the last hundred years, Western scientists have given us a deeper view of the Universe, of Life & Nature as a creative and unified self-organizing process. Unfortunately, most modern societies are still operating with outdated ideas and assumptions, that do not reflect this new paradigm.

Albert Einstein understood this, as have many others. In order to survive as a species, it is essential that we shift paradigms, developing ways of thinking (and behaving) that are more aligned with how human life and Nature’s systems actually work.

Every “thing” that exists in our Universe is a dynamic complex system, interdependently connected to other systems, constantly moving and changing, less a static “thing” than an evolving and transforming creative process.

We see galaxies and hurricanes spinning, continents moving, societies changing, children growing, rivers flowing, artists creating, friendships forming, flowers unfolding. This is how Nature evolves, grows and changes, with everything connected interdependently, constantly transforming… atoms and molecules drifting together, then moving apart, re-organizing as if the whole Universe were alive.

Modern Systems Sciences are now converging on a unified understanding that helps us to recognize patterns, processes and principles that apply to a wide range of physical structures that exist all around us. Human beings are a living part of this, we exist as creative expressions of complex interconnected systems changing and evolving in our Universe.

This has given rise to a new appreciation of our relationship to the Cosmos, a deeper understanding (and spiritual experience) for many scientists of ourselves as part of a greater whole. As Einstein put it, “I like to experience the universe as one harmonious whole. Every cell has life. Matter, too, has life; it is energy solidified.”

The Emerging Systems View Has Ancient Roots

Similar views of Nature’s Paradigm have arisen in other cultures and ages. Almost two thousand years ago, the Roman philosopher Cicero, spoke of the Universe as a unified field of interdependent relationships, writing “Omnia vivunt, omnia inter se conexa” that “Everything is alive, everything is interconnected.”

The emperor Marcus Aurelius shared a similar perception, of the whole Universe as a single living being:

“Never forget that the universe is a single living organism possessed of one substance and one soul, holding all things suspended in a single consciousness and creating all things with a single purpose that they might work together spinning and weaving and knotting whatever comes to pass.”

In ancient China, the philosopher Lao Tsu described the Universe as being a unified flowing process, guided by what he called the Tao, or the “Way” of Nature. The goal of Taoist philosophy is to align with this way, to learn how to balance opposing forces, to think (and move) in harmony with the Natural world and the rest of the Universe.

In the 1800’s, American Transcendentalists such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman shared a similar view with their words and poetry. Like the artist Vincent Van Gogh, they saw the Universe and Nature as a flowing unity, an ever-changing cosmic whole.

“Every particular in nature, a leaf, a drop, a crystal, a moment of time is related to the whole, and partakes of the perfection of the whole. Each particle is a microcosm, and faithfully renders the likeness of the world.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

In the 20th century, Albert Einstein (and other scientists) have communicated this understanding to us, that the beautiful evolving structures in our lives (and the greater Universe) form an interdependent unity, that all the parts (including ourselves) that we had thought to be separate are in reality interconnected. Modern systems thinker Fritjof Capra describes the emerging systems paradigm in science this way:

“We have discovered that the material world, ultimately, is a network of inseparable patterns of relationships. We have also discovered that the planet as a whole is a living, self-regulating system. The view of the human body as a machine and of the mind as a separate entity is being replaced by one that sees not only the brain, but also the immune system, the bodily organs, and even each cell as a living, cognitive system. And with the new emphasis on complexity, nonlinearity, and patterns of organization, a new science of qualities is slowly emerging. We call this new science ‘the systems view of life’ because it involves a new kind of thinking – thinking in terms of relationships, patterns, and context. In science, this way of thinking is known as ‘systems thinking’, or ‘systemic thinking’.”

Humanity’s Guiding Paradigm Needs to Shift

Unfortunately, our connection to (and appreciation for) the cosmic web of natural systems that supports us (and has brought us into being) is not given much attention in the mundane affairs, militaristic concerns and materialistic power games of high technology civilizations.

Most modern humans are so absorbed in politics, wars, careers, technological innovations, addictive pleasures and quests for economic dominance (or security) that they rarely reflect upon (or feel gratitude for) our interdependence with Nature and the rest of the Universe. It just does not seem to be a top value or priority.

At work our experiences are compartmentalized by units of time and deadlines, focusing people’s attention on mundane tasks that need to get done. At home we are overwhelmed with finances, chores, domestic worries, interpersonal struggles and endless daily problems that need solving. Rarely do we feel we “have time” to look out the window and experience a sense of connection to the wider Cosmos. 

In schools the focus is on testing and the collection of data, to prepare young people for college and careers. We teach our children the names of the parts of their physical bodies and structures in Nature, but don’t put much emphasis on having them experience the
Universe as a whole or understand their relationship to all that exists. 

They are taught that ecology, physics, biology, astronomy, economics, sociology, psychology, politics, history, religion, art, literature, poetry and chemistry are
completely separate fields (and should be kept that way). Everything is divided up into pieces, all knowledge to be memorized, categorized and compartmentalized.

Rarely are children taught how these pieces fit together. There is little or no discussion of how modern Science’s emerging view of the Universe as a unified whole relates to the art of Van Gogh, the philosophy of Lao Tsu, the religion of the Romans, the spiritual ideas of Albert Einstein or the poetry of Walt Whitman.  

Few get a sense of the big picture of Science or the spiritual implications, how their biological growth is an expression of universal creativity, guided by the DNA of ancestors, nurtured by their mothers’ bodies, with cellular systems running on solar energy passed along by glucose molecules from the leaves of plants that captured photons from our nearest star, the sun. 

Civilization’s Dominant Paradigm is Focused on Economic Survival

Materialistic societies are so focused on economic survival that most people don’t pay attention to the interconnections and synergistic processes that support our lives. This is especially true in hierarchal “civilized” cultures with languages that developed (over the centuries) in order to keep economies running, not to help us feel a sense of unity and connection with Nature or the Universe.

“People normally cut reality into compartments, and so are unable to see the interdependence of all phenomena. To see one in all and all in one is to break through the great barrier which narrows one’s perception of reality.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

Our minds are trained to divide the world up into dualistic categories such as right/wrong, good/evil, winner/loser, developed/primitive, winners/losers and us/them, unaware that these are conceptual projections of our belief systems, not actual characteristics of the world.

The rigid categories of our language systems influence how we think (and feel) about everything around us. We see ourselves as separate from fellow human beings, and the Universe to which we belong.

Perhaps because the dominant warrior civilizations have been so successful at wars and conquests, we have come to see problems as something we must battle rather than understand more holistically, or as symptoms of our predatory and compartmentalized ways of thinking

As the agricultural revolution led to a surge in human populations, it must have been especially difficult for European & Middle Eastern nations, where a hostile invasion by one’s neighbors could happen at any time. One of the sad truths of history has been that tribes and cultures that learned to peacefully coexist ran the risk of being conquered, enslaved or exterminated by violent neighbors.

As a result, members of successful warrior civilizations have tended to ignore important natural processes and interdependent connections that exist but don’t fit with their survival priorities, essentials of life that don’t respond well to power games and manipulation.

“The difficulty is this fragmentation.. All thought is broken up into bits… Therefore, people cannot see that they are creating a problem and then apparently trying to solve it… Wholeness is a kind of attitude or approach to the whole of life. If we can have a coherent approach to reality then reality will respond coherently to us.” ~David Bohm

It’s like Humpty Dumpty falling off the wall, once predatory civilizations came to view the Universe as distinct objects and little pieces, their members no longer experienced a sense of connection to the whole. Technologically “advanced” cultures became successful at constructing machines and dominating others, losing touch with the natural rhythms, ecological interdependence and organic oneness of the world. 

It’s a tragic paradox. Highly intelligent, yet ignorant of connections, we have created a host of seemingly insolvable problems for ourselves and others. Because unless one truly understands the nature and root causes of problems, one cannot solve them. We can create machines, build incredible technologies, and yet are like idiots when it comes to solving problems that involve complex natural systems and living beings.

“This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” ~Albert Einstein

We Cannot Solve Complex Problems Unless We First Understand Them

The field of medicine, for example, while excelling at surgery (which requires a deep understanding of how the body’s systems are organically structured) puts great emphasis on using drugs to suppress the symptoms of “illnesses.”  

What is ignored is that our bodies have a natural wisdom and intelligence, they “know” how to grow, heal and care for themselves, to maintain balance, grow and regenerate.

Our bodies are masterpieces of biology, that have evolved over millions of years with the capability to maintain and self-regulate their health. When these natural abilities are ignored– for example when nutrition, exercise and diet are not given proper attention or people ingest toxic substances– then problems like obesity, diabetes, cancer and heart disease arise.

When it comes to education, human children have a natural curiosity and love of learning, they have magnificent self-organizing brains that seek to understand the world’s patterns and develop complex skills. 

In the early years this natural learning process is supported by parents and families, but not as much by society’s mechanistically structured institutions of schooling.

As a result many young people are turned off by formal schooling, believing themselves to be stupid or failures. But there is nothing wrong (or stupid) about a human child. We are all miraculous works of nature, the result of millions of years of evolutionary development and fine tuning. 

“You are something that the Whole Universe is doing, in the same way that a wave is something that the Whole Ocean is doing…” ~Alan Watts

It’s those in positions of authority attempting to program children like machines, that destroy their natural love of learning. Children will learn quickly, enjoyably and easily when their natural curiosity, creativity and interests are encouraged and respected. 

When young people fail to learn (or are discouraged by schooling) its adults forcing inappropriate methods and mechanistic systems (out of touch with reality) that have failed, not the children. 

The kinds of problems we see in health care and education exist in other “civilized” institutions as well. In each case, its often a lack of compassion and “ignorance” about the interdependent nature of reality (and how natural systems work) that creates many of our “modern” problems.

Wars happen when human beings hold on to past grievances, identify with tribal loyalties, wish to protect (or acquire) territory or seek revenge. To kill fellow human beings requires a closing of the heart and a compartmentalization of thinking, seeing the world as a battle between “us” and “them.”  

The sacredness of life is temporarilly forgotten, the core teachings of our spiritual traditions (and the truth that humans are part of one interconnected family) ignored. 

Environmental pollution and destruction occur when the health and harmony of Nature is not respected (or prioritized). Again, its a matter of thinking we are somehow separate from the rest of the planet that surrounds us. When human beings don’t support the natural balance of ecosystems, it’s usually because we fail to keep in mind that the harm we do to the natural world we also do to all future generations, and ourselves.

Economic problems are also linked to civilization’s compartmentalized and selfish ways of thinking. It’s an extension of the way emperors and kings have thought for over two thousand years.

Wealth inequalities arise when a few people seek to dominate others, to accumulate (and then hoard) resources for themselves, without caring about their sisters and brothers in surrounding communities who require an equitable share of that wealth to live happy and healthy lives. 

In a sense, human communities and nations are like physical bodies. In a body every cell requires a fair share of the energy in order to thrive. When a group of cells take more than their share, without concern for the rest of the body,  the health of the body is damaged and becomes unstable.

In any complex unified system, natural balance and harmony is a priority, and chaos will arise until it is restored. Human history over the last few thousand years is in large part the story of this imbalance.

Most social problems arise from these inequities and the compartmentalized thinking that perpetuates our ignorance.

Drug abuse, crime, violent revolutions, terrorism and other such “disturbances” down through history flow from the extreme wealth and power imbalance of complex hierarchical civilizations. They are directly related to the poverty, oppression and unhappiness associated with those on the bottom end of wealth inequality and oppression. 

“Creating a society that goes against human nature is what creates the suffering… We live in a completely unnatural society, that actually tramples on what it means to be a human being. That’s the essence of suffering, and there are so many ways in which our society does that.”  ~Dr Gabor Mate

When people are healthy, happy and leading meaningful lives such behaviors are less likely to arise, and can be calmed quickly. This does not require a forced political solution (such as Communism) as much as a change of mindset, and greater compassion. If more people in positions of power and dominance began to think differently and care more, the problems associated with poverty could be solved, quickly.

The Reality We Create Arises From Our World Views and Beliefs

Humans organize the world based on our beliefs and perceptions. If we see a world at war, a world of winners and losers, of competition (and battle over resources ) we respond that way, defensively and aggressively.

If we view the world as a place where everyone is a member of our extended family, where everything in the Universe is interconnected ecologically and holistically, we will respond more compassionately and generously.

The challenge for humanity now is to transform and transcend our fractured views of the world, to shift paradigms, to return to a more wise and holistic understanding of ourselves and our place in the Universe. 

A change in thinking and behavior will result naturally from a change of heart. As Einstein put it, “Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.”

“As a species, we are on the cusp of an evolutionary choice. Standing at the dawn of this perfect storm, we find ourselves at the beginning of a process of civilizational transition. As the old paradigm dies, a new paradigm is born. And many people around the world are already making the evolutionary choice to step away from the old, and embrace the new.”~Nafeez Ahmed

Once enough of us open our minds and collaborate together, there’s a good chance we’ll find many of our problems can be solved quite easily. By aligning our species with the wisdom of Nature (and our own hearts), the health of our planet and communities could be restored. 

We just need to recognize our interdependence with the rest of the Universe, be more generous and grateful, care about one another, re-evaluate our priorities and change the way we think.

~Christopher Chase

“Learn how to see, realize that everything connects to everything else.” ~Leonardo Da Vinci

“What is needed to launch our societies along the humanistic path is some sort of evolutionary compass. Some way of guiding our efforts so that they are in tune with, aligned with, the general evolutionary processes of which we are a part… So rather than seek to dominate the planet, the quest becomes one of dynamic harmonization, of evolutionary consonance, in short, of syntony. The evolutionary compass, then, would be one that points our way toward syntonious pathways for future creation.” ~Alexander Laszlo

“The greatest revolution of our time is in the way we see the world. The mechanistic paradigm underlying the Industrial Growth Society gives way to the realization that we belong to a living, self-organizing cosmos.”  - Joanne Macy 

“You are not IN the universe, you ARE the universe, an intrinsic part of it. Ultimately you are not a person, but a focal point where the universe is becoming conscious of itself. What an amazing miracle.” ~Eckhart Tolle

Source:https://creativesystemsthinking.wordpress.com/2015/10/19/paradigms-are-made-for-shifting/

Disclaimer: VortexHealing® and Divine Earth Healing are complementary energetic healing tools. It is not a replacement for medical or psychological treatment. Please consult your physician for medical or mental issues in addition to any complementary healing you may receive.

Photo/Artwork Courtesy Damian Nola, http://www.sourcematrix.co.uk

Artwork: 'Heart of the Sacred Child' -- Courtesy Damian Nola, http://www.sourcematrix.co.uk