Ian Mills and Tim team up again for podcast 4. Tim shares about his struggles and journey in life and how he became Principal of the Emerald Heart School.
Ian Mills and Tim team up again for podcast 4. Tim shares about his struggles and journey in life and how he became Principal of the Emerald Heart School.
Emerald Heart Practitioner Jack Childs, shares with the Blog his understanding of pain and what we can do to change our relationship with it and move forward.
Every human being who has incarnated onto Earth has to deal with pain, whether on a physical, emotional, mental, energetic or spiritual level. Pain from ill health, in intimate relationships, from the abuse of others, from the energy of others, at the suffering of humanity and much more. For those on a spiritual path pain must be fully felt and dealt with, yet most run away from it for the entirety of the lives.
For the entirety of my teenage years and my early 20s I ran away from the enormous pain I felt, as I perceived it was too much to bear. Too much to deal with all the digestive distress, all the pain I felt in intimate relationships, all the feelings of not being good enough, all the pain of being different from my peers and all the pain I felt for the suffering of others around me. Luckily for me the pain became so bad that I surrendered my egoic need to walk the path alone and reached out for help with my Emerald Heart Mentor (Tim Dyson).
I can’t say working with the Emerald Heart Light made things less painful. It actually made things a lot more painful in the beginning because it illuminated what I had been suppressing, but what it certainly did do was change my relationship with pain and help me move forward massively in my life. Dormant gifts started to be brought to the surface, my outer life changed beyond all proportion and I started to feel a lot more peace within. Now I don’t pretend to be an expert on how to work through pain, but I do feel I have picked up some useful points from working through it on my own path and helping clients work through their own pain as well.
Number one is that you must be aware of the common suppression techniques you use to avoid your pain. They come in the form of what I call PND (Projection, Numbing and Denial). In projection we project our own inner pain onto other people, whether it be in the form of blame, judgement, criticism or heroism. Think all those over the top vegans, environmental activists and feminists trying to change the world or the person who blames their parents, spouse or boss for the state of their life. In numbing we use alcohol, drugs, fast food, excessive exercise, keeping very busy and many other things to close our deeper feelings and take us out of the pain. In denial we are so closed that we just deny the possibility that there is any pain inside of us and instead play the old social façade of “all is fine with me”. All these forms of suppression link into one another and I am sure you will be able to recognise the common ways you try to suppress you own pain. It is important to remember we are all human and not to beat yourself up for suppressing things, but at the same time try to more forward a little. To face all the pain inside of us is a process and something which even advanced spiritual practitioners will struggle with.
The second useful point is that because of a tendency to suppress it becomes very important to have a daily practice dedicated to open a space for you to feel any pain that needs to be there. Note the words “open a space” very carefully, as I am no way advising you to force the pain up or take a machoistic perspective to pain. Instead we are simply allowing a space within us for all things to come up, whether that be joy, bliss, happiness, despair, anger or pain. This daily practice may take the form of a conscious walk in nature/yoga/Qi-Gong/Tai-Chi/meditation. The key is not just to have one of these practices but the intention you enter them with, as most people limit their transformative potential from their internal positions. If we want to use them to deeply support our spiritual development we must take the inner posture that all emotions (including the most difficult pain) are welcome in them, gently allowing ourselves to feel and explore them during the practice.
Lastly it is so vital to reach out for help when we are going through pain or perceive there is pain that we are too scared to look at. I see so many people time and time again going through pain with this deluded heroic perspective that they must face it all alone or that if they give all their love to others then this will heal the pain inside of them. Sometimes I introduce people to my work and the Emerald Heart Light if it feels right, but few have the courage, vision and real love for humanity to use it as a method to face their pain. And pain is always painful not simply because it feels shit, but because ever time we really face some deep pain inside of us an aspect of who we think we are must die and the next best version of ourselves must come into the world. Working with the Emerald Heart Light may or may not be the help needed at this time, but you can’t ignore this fundamental need to reach out for help if you want to move forward in your life.
By implementing the three above points into our everyday life, you may be lucky enough to discover the most remarkable bliss at the heart of pain. Bliss is a term thrown about a lot in spiritual circles (there were certainly some interesting definitions on my recent yoga teacher training course), but just to be clear I mean real bliss. A feeling of being at one with everything, a deep peace and a feeling so deep that you can’t put it into words. In my experience this bliss can come in two forms. It can come as a “heaven bliss” (where we have the most illuminating experience from tapping into someone’s light) or it can come in the form of what I call “earth bliss” (where it comes from sitting very deeply with pain).
For me the most intense “heaven bliss” has come in Darshans with David Ashworth, consultations with Tim or in some of my own consultations with clients. They feel very deep, awe inspiring in their intensity and often are profound experiences. Yet none are as deep as some of the more recent bliss I have experienced through sitting very deeply with horrific pain. This bliss feels more subtle, more grounded and in many ways rooted in something much deeper. The “heaven bliss” is really you getting all high and blissful from someone else’s light, whilst the “earth bliss” feels a lot more like a transformation of your own darkness into light. Although you may initially think that it is more important to get help from others to get the “heavenly bliss”, support is actually more vital for the “earth bliss”. Without Tim’s loving support and guidance using the Emerald Heart Tools there is no chance I would have been able to face the pain deeply enough to allow it to be transformed into bliss and move forward massively with my life.
So I invite you to use the light within these words as a mirror to look deeply into your own pain, suppression techniques and whether you need to reach out for some help. I feel to really go deeper on the path we need to have the courage to sit with the pain enough for the “earth bliss” to naturally occur. We all love being lit up and having these profound experiences, but we struggle to sit with the pain at a deep enough level to allow this more subtle form of bliss to be expressed through us. Yet by having the courage and right support to do this we let go of the massive limitations we put on our lives by running away from the pain. We see the light in the deepest darkness, the unlimited support in the deepest loneliness and the bliss at the heart of pain.
Love and Blessings,
Although this article has been written in my own words and using my own guidance, I would like to acknowledge the teachings of David Ashworth and Tim Dyson for the ideas, experiences and light behind it. Thank you 😊
Emerald Heart School Principal, Tim Dyson, pens another thought-provoking article for the Blog. Are we coming from a position of Lack or Abundance? Read on for the clues..
From Lack or Abundance
Certain things have been making themselves clearer to me of late about the nature of suffering and how our attempts to relieve ourselves of this condition tend to actually keep us in it. We have all, I’m sure, had periods of time when we feel clear, free in our thoughts and emotions, the inner turmoil has subsided and our confusion has lifted. In this kind of state everything seems simpler and just flows along very nicely. Because we’ve had experiences of feeling good in this kind of way or may even have touched very profound states of deeper realisation, when we inevitably find ourselves again in a more confused troubled state of being we want to find the ‘good’ state again and try to grasp after it. We know attachment and aversion cause us suffering, we’ve all read the teachings but it becomes hard to accept the more difficult state of being when we have experienced feeling happy or even a more awakened state.
I can’t help feeling that we tend to come at this from the wrong place inside of ourselves. Because we have spent most of our lives in ignorance, confusion and suffering we consciously or unconsciously take that to be our normal state and the brief experiences of something more awakened as an aberration to our normal state. Whilst this is true up to a point it misses the crucial point that the more awakened state is actually our true state of being and the confusion and suffering are just what is clouding our experience of this. Perhaps in reality things are actually the other way around than we tend to perceive them. All the great teachers throughout the ages talk of our real nature and the importance of getting in touch with it so surely then if awakened is our real nature we are already full and lacking nothing. From this deeper perspective it is not so much then about changing how we feel, but rather recognising our deeper nature and the struggle to feel good just gets in the way because it is coming from a sense of lacking something. We can’t lack something that we already are, the problem isn’t one of lack at all, it is actually one of recognition.
Of course the troubled state of being feels more real to us because it has been our habitual condition for at least most of our lives. The brief periods of time of experiencing a different way of being, feel less real in comparison because they have tended to be so fleeting. We identify so much more strongly with our troubled and grosser experience of ourselves and life and endlessly search for this elusive state where we feel clear and good. When we do find it, we try to hold onto it and go into panic when we lose it again, creating much drama around this. Often we think we have gone backwards or lost something vital and the panic stems from a belief we will never find those better feelings or more awakened state again. Of course when we come through to the other side of our troubled state and find some happiness and clarity again it all seems like not such a big deal until our emotions and minds are inevitably stirred up again and we become lost in confusion all over again.
This hardly feels like coming from a place of abundance, rather it smacks of lack and desperation. So what if we choose to recognise that parts of us may well always be troubled, but, that although these parts of us exist, there are other aspects to us, other parts of consciousness that are far more enlightened and aligned with our higher self and that they are always there no matter what is happening or whether we are aware of them in that moment or not. We know when we do experience them that these parts are much more subtly attuned to what Universal Consciousness or God wants from us and how he is seeking to guide our life. Perhaps in this aspect we could learn much from the notion of Faith, a word that conjures up many religious connotations. Many of us react to the church with all its manipulations and dogma and I’m not suggesting we should go to church unless we feel to but there’s a lot to be said for an abiding faith that all is well on a fundamental level and that we are being taken care of. We could say that invoking faith is taking a leap of faith into the unknown and unknowable. A position of trust that no matter how hard things maybe I trust that I have the inner resources to cope or that I will be led to the right person to help me find a way through the difficulties. I have faith that the Divine has my back in this way and can work through myself and others to aid me. This is coming from a position of abundance not one of lack and whenever we are coming from an abundant place the Divine can help us more easily. The Law of Attraction can work in our favour for abundance attracts abundance.
Over time we come to recognise that something fundamentally good and full of love is running through everything and that we can trust this. What seems like extreme difficulty often later is revealed as a blessing in disguise. Now I’d be the first to admit that I’m full of fears and find faith a difficult one, but I recognised the need for it and have worked to establish this as a foundational cornerstone of my life. I have a long way to go with this aspect, but I can at least see its vital importance for a spiritual life.
So we have the position of lack, that I am not enough as I am, that I must reject my current sense of reality as being too much to bear and grasp after something different in panic and fear, or we can learn to recognise that there are always parts of us that are not caught up in our dramas and to learn over time to align more with these aspects of self. If we can rest in and express ourselves from these deeper parts of who we are, so it feels like they seem to grow and become fuller as we become more fully them. The troubled and suffering parts of us become less loud and bothersome and we can choose which aspects of our consciousness we want to listen to and to align with.
This then, is coming from a position of abundance as we are approaching ourselves and life from a place of knowing that at least some aspects of our consciousness are not bound up with the dramas and even if we can’t access them in that moment we know they are there and have the faith and trust that they will be revealed again sometime soon when our emotions and minds are quieter. Now of course if we can do something to alleviate our situation then why wouldn’t we and although the Emerald Heart Light is primarily an evolutionary light it will act as a rescuer in those circumstances when we are very lost and will bring us back again very quickly to a better and more balanced place where we can readily grow and evolve from. Sometimes all we need is help to see the truth of what we are struggling with and this unlocks us from the turmoil and we start to feel better straight away. The essences and programmes that we use continue this process and take us further in the unfolding evolution of our consciousness for they are Keys of Transformation, they unlock the door to our growth by opening the heart at deeper and deeper levels.
If we can approach the need for help with a certain maturity and wisdom then we don’t become so lost in the first place and can get back to some kind of even keel much more quickly. Perhaps most importantly we are growing in our awareness through the difficulties and breaking our old patterns of reaction that create much of the panic and fear. By ceasing to make a problem worse through our less than spiritually mature response, we become bigger and able to cope with more and that is reflected to us through the growing brightness of the light we shine.
Love & Blessings,
Principle of the Emerald Heart School of Enlightenment
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Elder of the Emerald Heart School of Enlightenment, Lynne Shaw, shares with the Blog a slightly painful reminder that if life isn’t quite working out, we may well benefit by being aware of where our focus is, stepping back from drama and taking responsibility for our stuff.
As you are the size of a spec of dust in the Universe, you can be mistaken in thinking or believing that your thoughts, words and deeds have little impact. Remember that everything you think, say and do reverberates across the whole of creation. Everything you think, say or do matters.
Environmental disharmony is created by Mental, Emotional and Spiritual disharmony, so it behooves you to clean up your act. You may say you act consciously with regard to your footprint on the Earth, yet if you are withholding love from your heart for yourself or others due to feelings of worthlessness, past hurts or fears, then your attempts to lessen your carbon footprint has little effect.
Contributing to peace on earth
When you can truly say that you love your sisters and brothers unconditionally and that you love yourself as Creator loves you, then you are truly contributing to peace on Earth. Until that time you have a responsibility to clean up your act. To find and purge those places in your heart where you continue to judge, criticize, limit, withhold, from yourself or others.
You may know all of the Spiritually correct things to say, but does that match what is in your heart? For if you believe yourself to be elevated above anyone or thing in this Universe then the doors to the Kingdom of Heaven are yet to open to you and you will continue on this wheel of birth and rebirth until you learn humility and the truth of where you are in creation. We are all equal in the eyes of God, all are as important as each other. We are all one where every thought, word and deed registers in the heart of every other creature. Therefore you matter, your choices matter and the life you create matters.
How to make a difference
It is time to put an end to your running away from the truth and any blaming, or projecting onto others in order for you to cope. Only you are responsible for the life you are creating. Only you are responsible for your personal heaven or hell that registers across the entire Universe.
Be kind, be clear, and search for the truth in your heart. Live a simple life with honesty, integrity and equanimity with your fellow woman and man and all beings in this Universe.
May peace reign in and around you.
Elder of the Emerald Heart School of Enlightenment
New York, USA
Want to know more about Jon? … read on.
I first wrote this for my own blog and then Tim, the Principle of the Emerald Heart School, asked me to post it on the Emerald Heart blog too.
Some of you may know me but a lot of you probably wont. So I will start by telling you who I am, what I do and why I am writing this.
In a nutshell!
I decided to write a blog to give you my view on spirituality, energy work, mysticism, the metaphysical and all areas related to the Divine. This is what the blog will focus on so if you’ve come for how to make a decent cup of tea this is not the place for you. Well, unless you want to hear about my encounter with a poltergeist over a cup of tea, which I will write about in a later post. Stay tuned as they say.
That’s it in a nutshell. Well it would be if I was writing it in a hazelnut size nutshell, but I’m going for a coco de mer size nutshell so there’s more. Oh and you can look up coco de mer as apparently it’s the worlds largest nut. Just make sure you do that after reading my blog first. Thank you.
Who am I?
I was born in 1966. I’m a Libran and a Fire Horse. I became interested in the mysteries of the Earth and the Universe at a young age, whilst living in Birmingham, England.
I loved books like ‘Lord of the Rings’, fell in love with the movie ‘Star Wars’, wanted to be Doctor Who & Johnny Rotten, had a crush on Suzi Quatro, played Dungeons & Dragons and had a great fascination with stone circles. I was brought up in a run of the mill Christian household, which involved church on Sunday but nothing too heavy. I also became involved with the other English religion called football and, for my crimes, became a Leeds United supporter at a very young age.
I started life as a nomad. Mainly due to my father being a career man and moving constantly for his promotions.
It was during the early nomadic years of my life that I was taken to see a stone circle and the energy and impact of it lodged itself somewhere within me. It is something that has stayed with me ever since and whenever I’m home in England I always take the opportunity to visit at least one stone circle. They fascinate me and so do the earth energies that run under them. I shall write about them later, including when the sky turned blood red above Stone Henge.
Merry Maidens, Cornwall, England
As a child I was quite open to my spiritual side, believed in God, the pagan Celtic mythology of the land I lived in, and had some powerful intuitive dreams. Some of the dreams were fantastic like flying with dragons and some were very scary including having a repetitive dream about witches in my ceiling. I’d like to tell you about them one day and their spiritual connotations.
At the age of twelve dad got another promotion and we moved to Worthing on the south coast of England. Moving to Worthing allowed me to explore Cissbury Ring and Chanctonbury Ring on a regular basis. Two prehistoric hill forts that are well worth investigating and dowsing for earth energies. There were also trips to Devils Dyke and the Longman of Wilmington.
Cissbury Ring, West Sussex,
If you have an interest in the ancient landscape of southern England these are all places you should visit.
At the age of fourteen my parents got divorced. Mum, my sister and myself moved back to Birmingham.
In my older teen years I started to shut down to my spirituality. Instead I gravitated towards the football terraces. It gave me an outlet for the anger and anguish that comes from parents separating. Half my football life was given to following my beloved Leeds United when they played any of the local teams in and around Birmingham. The other half was going with my Aston Villa supporting mates to watch their team. Either which way there was a flirtation with the football hooliganism of the early 1980’s. Which is nothing to be proud of but it’s important to be honest.
When you are a practitioner of any sort your clients need to trust you and to have trust you need to have honesty, including the mistakes and misdemeanours of youth. It is part of your human journey and your souls journey. It’s what makes you who you are.
I left school and moved back to Worthing where I acquired a little brother from my dad’s second marriage. I then moved on to Eastbourne where I went to college and formed some amazing lifelong friendships. During this time I had two frightening supernatural experiences. But I’ll tell you about them another time.
I emerged in my early 20’s as a punk rocker and anarchist trying determinedly to change the world for the better through whatever it took. I was forever looking outwards and never inwards in my desire for human and animal welfare. I denied the existence of God and most spirituality, although I did always feel a connection to the Celtic roots of England. That aspect of my spirituality never changed.
In the early 1990’s I moved to Australia with all my anarchist punk views. I got married to my first wife, but was separated by the mid 1990’s. I still wanted to change the world and I was still looking outwards and never inwards.
This changed in the late 90’s when my courageous father went through and died of cancer. He was 61. This was one of the saddest moments in my life and was a massive shock to the system. I left Australia and returned to England to help nurse him through the last few months of his life. A heart breaking time for all those involved.
This caused the start of a break down within me and led to overindulgence in drugs and alcohol. Ironically it was the start of my spiritual re-awakening, although I was not aware of this yet.
I ran away from the emotion and moved to Brisbane, Australia. I met and fell in love with Danielle who I eventually married. Over the next few years we lived and worked in Australia and England, did a lot of travelling and led a fairly hedonistic lifestyle. There is something to be said for life experience if you can learn from it and grow.
With the help of Danielle I broke my drug addiction. I was beginning to realise that to change the world on the outside you need to look inwards and change yourself on the inside.
To grow spirituality as a human being you have to face up to yourself. You have to be honest about all your faults and all your issues. You have to conquer your demons. Then your soul can grow and you can start to change. It’s not easy though. Confronting yourself is bloody hard work but you take the first step and then the next step and…
One of those steps for me came in 2004 when Danielle introduced me to my first teacher, Beverly, Earth Stone Mother Woman. It was the beginning of a shamanic journey. This amazing lady took me into deep meditative states. Through the soul journeying I went on I received much needed healing whilst the Universe opened me up to the beginnings of my Spiritual Journey.
It was my first knowing encounter with some of my Guides. I’m sure some had been there my whole life but this was the first time I had an understanding of them. They took me on some incredible journeys in to the Devic Realms and gave me much needed knowledge.
In 2005 we relocated to Adelaide. Danielle joined a meditation group, which was based around guided angelic meditations. At first I held back as at the time I still equated angels with Christianity. I was still rebelling against religion and I can be stubborn. Still I missed meditation and decided to give it a go. Danielle had also told me that the group had nothing to do with religion. I’m glad I went because it turned out to be another huge step in my spiritual journey.
Roxeen, the angel lady, ran the group. I became connected to my Angelic Guides and started to gain a deeper understanding of the Angelic Realm. My consciousness expanded and I learnt a lot. I was taught how to run meditation groups and became a meditation teacher. I practiced being an angel card reader as I discovered that I had the ability to read cards.
Running meditation groups was a huge learning curve with how spiritual energy works, both good and bad, light and dark. It was a good lesson in realising that we don’t know as much as we think we do and that we need to show humility and respect for the energetic process. What happened in Adelaide, while running meditation groups, is a whole story unto itself so I will save that for another time.
Roxeen recommended that I read a book called ‘Dancing with the Devil as you Channel in the Light’ by David Ashworth. So I did. It opened my eyes up and gave me a new perspective about energy work.
Towards the end of our time in Adelaide Danielle gave birth to our beautiful daughter. It was the most magical moment in my life to see that precious life form arrive in to the world. On the flip side Danielle may disagree about the moment, as it was a very difficult birth. Us men need to be honest and accept that we will never ever know what that feels like.
We returned to live in England in 2007. First in Spalding, with my mum, before getting our own place in Brighton. After my experiences in Adelaide I decided to give teaching meditation a miss. I was a little damaged in that area. However I did get a job, in Brighton, as the resident angel card reader in a shop. I found this very fulfilling and certainly had some interesting clients.
Then the Emerald Heart Light came along. Life changed again. At this point you may start to see a pattern emerge. Danielle contacted David Ashworth for an appointment. Danielle went first and I followed. That’s the pattern. I owe Danielle a lot for this with her leaps of faith. Like I said I can be stubborn and I like to put barriers up. It’s not just with the spiritual stuff either. I can huff and puff about a lot of things. I’m getting better at it though, having these leaps of faith.
I followed and had an appointment with Dave too. Well several actually. I stepped in to the Emerald Heart Light, which forced me to look closely at myself. A little way down the track I got an email inviting me to study to become an Emerald Heart practitioner. I knew I couldn’t turn the opportunity down. Thanks to my mum, who leant me the money, I jumped in feet first.
In 2009 I met my third teacher, spiritual visionary David Ashworth, at the Emerald Heart School of Enlightenment. I studied and qualified to become an Emerald Heart Practitioner. Stepping into this amazing Light has challenged me but in so doing has pushed my Spiritual Evolution to new levels. I have learnt more about the complexities of energy work and have also grown in my role as healer and teacher.
My own challenges and lessons certainly help me to work with my clients as they grow on their spiritual journeys. This growth never stops and I am constantly evolving on my journey. Experiencing moments of enlightenment and trying to learn from my mistakes.
This growth led me to my next teacher Sig Lonegren. This brought back in the shamanic side to my life. Sig is one of the world’s top dowsers and practitioners of geomancy. He builds amazing labyrinths too. Through his teaching I learnt how to dowse the earth energies and heal sick houses. I simply and safely learnt how to clear houses, and people, of all the nasty energetic stuff that can fly around. He also taught me how to draw labyrinths big and small. We often have fun as a family drawing them in the sand at the beach.
At the end of 2010 we decided to move back to Australia. Where we still live to this day on the Gold Coast. Not long after we got back my mum was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. This was the other saddest moment in my life. I never got to see my amazing beautiful mum again. For one reason or another I couldn’t get back to England before she passed away at the start of 2011. I will be forever grateful to my sister who nursed her through the last few months of her life. Many phone calls were made though and I was on the phone with her as she passed away. Mum was 83 and I still miss her.
There is a positive I can take from this though. I had an incredible experience just before I received the phone call from my sister letting me know mum was slipping away. I was in a deep meditation and I walked down the tunnel of light with my mum. I was only able to go so far but I watched the start of her crossing over. I wont go in to all the details here now but I am blessed to have had such an experience to see and feel this.
So here I am on the Gold Coast with Danielle and our daughter. My main focus energetically is the work that I do. I am an Emerald Heart practitioner with clients all around Australia. I also do house clearings for people as and when they need it.
I am learning that you have to be open to all possibilities. That sometimes you have to end things, no matter how passionate you are about them, and other times you have to start things, no matter how apprehensive you are. To stay on the cutting edge of spirituality and energy work you have to constantly be open to the ever-changing Universal energies. As Universal energy evolves you need to as well.
Which is probably why I have decided to start writing a blog. My guidance has been banging on the door for a long time to get me to do this and I’m finally taking the plunge. I hope you’ll come along for the ride.
Done and dusted.
Thank you for reading my first post. Now you know a little bit about me.
Back in the mists of time someone said, “We are not human beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.”
I do like that quote as I feel the journey is never ending. I am constantly evolving, as the Spiritual Path continues for a whole lifetime. Through the challenges I face and the lessons I learn I have gained much experience and understanding as to how spiritual energy works and how I can help others with their healing and journeys.
Clients come to me for various reasons on this path. Healing for their energy systems, guidance, spiritual evolution, a teacher, entity removal, balancing the energy in their homes to name but a few. Some clients are new to this spiritual journey, some are old hands at it and some are teachers in their own right but all get the help they need.
Oh and for the record, in case you were wandering? I still love stone circles and Star Wars. I don’t have a crush on Suzi Quatro anymore. I don’t want to be Johnny Rotten either. But I would still love to be Doctor Who. And I still support Leeds United. God bless ‘em.
Travel safe and be blessed,