A comment today from JNANA included a sentence that really moved me. Two of the candidates she proposed had been successful at making it onto my Enlightenment Life List. From her beautiful mystic’s heart JNANA wrote:
“Delighted to learn that Kathryn Stockett is enlightened. That was some book she wrote! And glad to have Swami Sri Gnanananda Giri grace the list of the enlightened as well.
The bliss of true knowledge [Enlightenment] it is, and Deeper Perception gives that to us too.”
JNANA didn’t just move me. She made me think, inspiring today’s inquiry that I’ll be sharing with you.
Energy healing skills — you’ve come to the right place for that today! Because this seven-part series about psychic coercion concludes here. It has been all about helping you to gain important skills for self-healing.
Understandably, many of you Blog-Buddies have been sidetracked in the past. You didn’t understand what psychic coercion really is.
Yet this blog can give you something I didn’t have time to do in a book. (Which is already jam-packed with healing techniques, dedicated skill sets.) Hereyou can learn more about the practical bits. That’s essential for developing skills, knowing when to use which healing technique, when to stop worrying unnecessarily, etc.
There’s a survey I take whenever I can. Blog-Buddies, I ask this question whenever I have a client or student who is a psychotherapist or counselor or psychiatrist. I’ll ask that mental health professional:
What if you have a client/patient who decides to supplement therapy with you by doing “Analyze myself”-type sessions on his own? Do you think it is a good idea for people to attempt to be their own psychotherapist?
The answer has been “No.” Every single time. “No, no, no, are you kidding?”
One reason is that a session of psychotherapy requires a professional psychotherapist, not just one extra-smart client.
Another reason is that even the brightest client who is not trained as a psychotherapist… is NOT a psychotherapist.
And even professional psychotherapists don’t do sessions on themselves. They respect the work enough to go to another psychotherapist.
What’s the most popular reason for “No”? The client may start analyzing his life, rather than living it.
“I have had one heck of a bad love relationship that went on for a few years before my husband…. He is no longer in my life, but I would LOVE to have a cord cutting session for that past relationship. However I’ve been told not to ask for a cord cutting session. So how do I appropriately go about asking to have that done?”
Blog-Buddies, I love creating community with you here at this blog. Likewise with you Brave Empaths who are hanging out with me at the Empath Empowerment Group on Facebook. (Just a bit more than three weeks old and, already, we have over 100 members. Three cheers for you early adopters!)
What kind of community, though?
Within 24 hours, we had these two comments.
At this blog, from smart, couragerous JOANIE, as part of a self-healing series on psychic coercion:
“I live with a family member who is constantly nagging me. Whenever I see the person I know that what he is going to say to meis – nagging…. So what you would recommend, Rose, is….”
Meanwhile, at the Empath Empowerment Group, came this post from our brainy new group member, JANET:
“Is it okay for me to ask for tips on how to deal with a drama king of a partner?”CONTINUE READING →
Blog-Buddies, I’m passionate about actually getting skills. Compared to what? Randomly playing with energy, feeling good, being “nonjudmental.” That style and preference is part of my controversial message in Dawn Henkel’s Teleseminar.
What is an aura, and what does it mean to read it?
Also, how can you find a good teacher?
Learn about this and more…
So much was discussed during my conversation with Dawn Henkel about energetic literacy, aura reading, and Skilled Empath Merge.
Today my part of her multi-day teleseminar goes live
Today’s tribute to David Letterman comes from an unabashed fan. Once this year I even made a one-day pilgrimage to “The City” (as we native New Yorkers call Manhattan) just to be in the audience.
Yes, my husband and I traveled up from Virginia, where we joyfully waited in various lines, met other tourists who had traveled even more ridiculous distances than us. Altogether I felt like an oohey-gooey fan. Just to be part of “The Late Show with David Letterman.” Worth every dollar and every minute!
At the top of today’s post is a public domain photo of David Letterman from 2004, taken while he entertained coalition forces in Baghdad, Iraq, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. David Letterman, a hero of mine for so many reasons: His wit, irreverence, intelligence, humanity.
I have prized David Letterman’s ability to interview in a way that generates human interest (unlike the fawning style of celebrity self-involvement that has become far more prevalent on similar late-night talk shows). Even his “Stupid Pet Tricks” provided human interest, at least to this fan.
Still, I’ll put all that aside as I research the who-you-be of David Letterman from these two contrasting periods in his life.
I’m so curious how he has survived prolonged fame. Has he personally grown from the heart surgery, his one big scandal, fatherhood late in life? All of those very, very human details are public knowledge. Not so, the inner impact. If you’re curious too, keep reading this inside story as only Skilled Empath Merge can tell it.
Cult mind control is such an ugly topic. And often a taboo topic. Have you noticed?
Many of the people you know may be cult sleepwalkers. Ironically these neighbors, family members, work associates would be shocked, shocked! at the very idea that they might be considered cult followers. Yet Fundamentalists and evangelicals are often in cults. Spiritual seekers, idealists of all kinds, can move into cults.
I have helped clients to fully exit meditation cults, New Age cults, Christian cults, Buddhist cults, Tapping cults, other cults associated with healing, and more.
This complements work done in Energy Spirituality to help clients move out of spiritual addiction (and to avoid the virusey problems some are having with “extreme spiritual addiction”).
Since we have been considering psychic coercion, it only seems fair to address this concern of cult activity possibly hurting other people energetically. Address this concern in plain English. Not whispering or hinting about it.
What if you just stumbled upon today’s blog post and don’t know what on earth I mean by “Psychic coercion”? If you’re not sure sure, or you wish to learn more about this series of articles, just skip down to the end of today’s article. You might want to take the Psychic Coercion Quiz before reading further in today’s blog post.
Today, at the end of the post, I’ll also include a section with more information about exiting cults from the perspective of Rosetree Energy Spirituality.
Now let’s continue responses to our recent Psychic Coercion Quiz.
Psychic Coercion Quiz Question 9. When Cult Members Try to Control You