I will be sailing around Corsica and traveling solo to Italy in the next few weeks for some rest and relaxation. I’ll write again upon my return! Love & hugs, Brooke
Since the rise of my Kundalini, I have become much more sensitive to the Resonance Vibrational energy of those around me. Resonance Vibrational Energy is the fundamental frequency of someone’s energy field. The Law of Attraction demonstrates how we create the things, events, and people that come into our lives. Our thoughts, feelings, words, and actions produce energies which, in turn, attract like energies. Negative energies attract negative energies and positive energies attract positive energies.
During the course of my day, I encounter many people through my job and my many activities. As I encounter people, I can consciously feel their Resonance Vibrational Energy. I have experienced several stand out situations of vibrational frequency that I would like to share with you. I have felt energy from some that feels like death or that the person is dying of a disease or illness although they have not disclosed their illness to me. I have felt fearful and frenetic energy from a woman who is supposedly an intuitive energy healer. Recently, I felt very rageful energy from an outwardly pleasant woman who everyone believes to be very nice. Another women, I felt closed off vibrational frequency like she is an emotional void, because she is completely closed off to others emotionally although she appears outwardly friendly.
Through feeling the Resonance Vibrational Energy of others, I can feel how healthy or unhealthy they are emotionally and physically. I do not rely only on my five senses to determine who a person really is within. Therefore, our Resonance Vibrational Energy will give us away to others who can read our energy fields. Blessings and light, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
During our journey, we are continuously tested through our life lessons. When we overcome one test, there are just more to follow. Recently as I struggle to release my ego, I have been sent a serious of men who irritate the heck of me, and they are the teachers for my life lessons. These men either cannot follow through this what they agreed to do, or they are overly controlling. My test in all this is learning not to react, learning to let go, and go with the flow.
My ego is still very active, and wants to control my surroundings and people around me. So, I either get triggered when someone is overly controlling, or when those who tell me that they will do something fail to follow through, I get annoyed. For instance, I have sailing and scuba diving trip to Corsica, France coming up. In order for me to scuba dive, I must be scuba certified. Unfortunately, due to the bad weather, I was unable to complete my open water dive required in my certification until recently.
As I am leaving for Corsica, France shortly, I still need to receive my scuba certification card. I have had to call my scuba certification instructor twice to remind him to process my card so I can dive in Corsica. I lost my patience upon my third telephone call to him, since I paid hundred of dollars to him for his class to receive my certification.
After hanging up the phone with him during my third telephone call, I realized the test before me, and that my patience and need for control is being tested. I then sent him a text apologizing for losing my patience and expressed my appreciation for processing my certification card. I believe that was what I needed to do to pass this test.
I believe that my trip to Corsica, France on this sailing and scuba diving trip is a test for my ego, and I must learn to release it. I will be spending a week on a sail boat with eight other people, and I know that I will lose my patience and my painbody may be triggered at different times. At the conclusion of this trip, I will know myself much better, and will see if I passed my tests. Blessings on your journey, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
In spiritual practice, ego is viewed as the “bad guy” causing us all sorts of havoc, delusions, and addictions. When we awaken, we begin to understand ego’s control over us. The truth is that ego evolved to protect us from carnivore predators, danger, and to help us survive.
However, during the course of evolution, the ego has become so dominant that it has begun to control every aspect of our human existence on earth. For instance, we wage wars against others who we perceive to be unlike us to be the enemy. We try to control the natural world because it is perceived somehow to have an opposing interest to human needs and survival. Our collective human ego must conquer the world including, space, the oceans, and unknown because we perceive those as separate from us that we then must dominate.
Now in our human evolution is the time to begin to find balance for our collective human ego. However, ego must be done individually with each of us. When we change ourselves, we change the world, as it is said. We first must begin by releasing our own ego, in our need to control, to separate, to compare, to judge, to criticize, and to find an enemy without. To begin your practice of releasing ego, please see my tab on my blogsite on “Observing Ego Practice.”
The true enemy is the ego within us that we must begin to bring into balance. Once we bring balance to our own egos, we will begin to bring balance to the collective ego for the human race. Peace and love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
As an adult who suffered from childhood abuse and lived under a dysfunctional family dynamic, I never learned how to choose healthy friends and relationships in my life. After two year of spiritual practice and emotional healing work, I finally am figuring things out for myself. It is never too late to learn how to choose healthy relationships in our lives.
I have come to learn some skills and a clearer perspective on how to choose healthy friendships and relationships. Much of this is done through feelings and awareness about ourselves and others. Whenever, I meet someone new or reevaluate my current friendships and relationships, I first use observation about others, particularly how they interact with people around them. Do they have similar beliefs as me? Do they behave in healthy, compassionate, and kind ways? Do they consider others feelings and perspectives? This is the easy part!
The next step takes more insight and intuition. Sometimes, other’s outward appearances or behaviors and what they say are not who they really are. We need to tap into our own feelings and intuitions about who these people really are. For example, I met a very attractive and outwardly pleasant woman who we share many interests and are close in age. When I see her outwardly and on paper, she appears to be the perfect friend.
However, as I dig deeper into my feelings about her, I realize that she uses her attractiveness and intelligence to manipulate people and use others to her own gain. In other words, she uses her feminine wilds of flattery, attentiveness, and charm to attract others then use them to fulfill her own emotional, financial, and sexual needs. In fact, after realizing this about her yesterday, I have decided to distance myself from her, but still remain cordial during our social interactions, since we share many of the same friends.
Sometimes, these realizations are difficult to face about our friends, since we want to believe the best in everyone. However, believing that everyone will treat us in our best interest and with kindness is simple unrealistic. We must be able to differentiate between those who are healthy and we wish to engage and those who are unhealthy and we must, unfortunately, distance ourselves. Blessings of love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All rights Reserved)
As I pursue my spiritual work, I attempt to apply my spiritual practice to my every day life. For instance, I understand that when I meet those who I find irritating or difficult, I am merely recognizing something in me that I see in the others under the principals of the Universal Law of Attraction. Therefore, instead of attempting to change others, we attempt to change ourselves.
However, what do we with these individuals who we find irritating or difficult? Do we befriend them or exclude them from our lives? The simple truth is that after we change ourselves through emotional healing, and no longer engage in these behaviors created by our emotional wounds, we will no longer feel attraction to those who are unhealed, and continue these behaviors. When we healed ourselves, we then change our vibrational frequency.
Whatever friendship or attraction that existed initially will fall away under the Universal Law of Attraction, since we no longer share the same vibrational frequency as the others. Since like vibrational frequency attracts like vibrational frequency, this is the reason we lose many friendships and relationships during the course of our spiritual journey as we heal our emotional wounds. Infinite loving light, Brooke (Copyrigh 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
During our spiritual practice, we will inevitability come across the concept of emotional detachment. Emotional detachment is when we overcome our attachments to people and things in our lives based on our dependency for security and safety caused by our ego’s fears. When we overcome our emotional attachments to people and things, we become free from dependency on others and freeing ourselves of our own suffering. Because when we lose those and things we love in our lives that we have become dependent or emotionally attached, we suffer terribly from those loses.
When we overcome emotional attachment or become detached, we still love those in our lives, but we no longer need them to function or survive. This is accomplished by releasing ego. When ego is no longer in control, then these attachments also will fall away. To learn how to release ego, please see my tab on “Observing Ego Practice” on my blogsite.
According to Wikipedia, emotional detachment disorder, in psychology, refers to an “inability to connect” with others emotionally, as well as a means of dealing with anxiety by preventing certain situations that trigger it; it is often described as “emotional numbing” or dissociation, depersonalization or in its chronic form depersonalization disorder.
Emotional detachment and emotional detachment disorder are two very different things. In Emotional detachment, this is a mindful practice done with intent. Emotional Detachment Disorder is caused by our ego usually resulting from trauma or abuse when we are unable to emotionally connect due to this trauma or abuse. It is done as a coping skill unconsciously in our minds caused by our ego’s need for security and safety. Many times, we are unaware that we are even doing this. The result is that we are unable to connect emotionally with those we love or others. We can improve our emotional detachment disorder through emotional release practice. To learn more about “Emotional Release Practice,” please see this tab on my blogsite.
Emotional detachment and emotional detachment disorder may appear to be similar, but when we consider the cause for this emotional detachment, we will quickly discover whether this is emotional detachment or emotional detachment disorder. Blessings and light, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with all Rights Reserved)
I believe true love can happen for everyone. We find true love when we are able to give and receive love. After we have learned self love and healed our emotional wounds then we can open our hearts to another. There are many with whom we can find true love. This love is felt by both, the relationship will feel right, and there are no barriers to this union.
When we are ready, this love will find us wherever we are. It will appear in our lives when we least expect it. The Universal Law of Attraction will attract our true love since our vibrational frequency will reflect our healed self, and will finally attract someone who we have always dreamed of. S/he will love us for who we are, appreciate our qualities, have similar interests and beliefs, and this love us unconditionally.
Prior to doing spiritual work, I did not believe that true love is really possible. I had many failed relationships, and after a while, I became jaded and lost hope. Spiritual work gave me a different perspective on true love. This person is not perfect, but the relationship is one that is compassionate, caring, and shares unconditional love.
When we find true love, it is because we have found this true love for ourselves that is then shared with another. This love is perfect so have the courage to seize it. May you find true love in your life, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)
Since starting spiritual practice, I have found some parts of spiritual practice confusing and wanted to share what I have learned. When we practice forgiveness, we do not need to take these people back into our lives. In the past, when I forgave people for hurting me, I also took them back into my life. You do not need to do this. Forgiveness is simply letting go of hurt, resentment, and blame of another. Once we forgive them, we also can exclude them from our lives, not out of anger or resentment, but merely because we no longer want to tolerate inappropriate, and unhealthy behaviors in our lives.
Another issue is to live without expectations of outcome, but to continue to meet goals and dreams. We can actually do both. When we live without expectations of outcome, we merely accept that even when we try our best, we may fail. It is coming to acceptance of this failure, but to keep trying until we meet our goals and dreams. We want to succeed, but we may not succeed in the manner we expect of ourselves and others. It is coming to acceptance that we will have our dreams fulfilled, but we just don’t know exactly how it may take place and who will be part of our dreams.
These issues may appear to conflict with each other on its face, but they are mutually exclusive, and we can do both in our spiritual practice. Hope this clarifies things! Infinite loving light, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)