Energy Healing


As I heal myself emotionally, I also am trying to heal myself physically with my Kundalini energy.    I rock climbed with my friend who also is Kundalini active this week.  After our climb, I felt terrible sharp pains in my left middle finger.  My finger felt so painful that I could not grasp anything.  This morning,  I decided to see if I can heal my own physical pain.  Earlier, I had worked with dogs, and was able to soothe the pain of a dog who was traumatized, as well as read their thoughts.  By the way, dogs think through pictures, and recall their past through pictures and feelings.

With my right hand, I held the left middle finger that is injured.  Then, I moved my energy to this finger through my mind and breathing.  At this point, I felt two circuits of energy within me combine into one.  This energy moved through my chakras into my crown chakra.   This circuit of energy stayed in my crown chakra as I sent healing energy to my finger.  After a few minutes, I stopped this process, and the sharp pain in my finger stopped completely, although I still have soreness in my finger.

I will continue trying this energy healing next time with more complex injuries and see how I do .  It came as a surprise to me, although I have heard of many Kundalini active individuals who have healing abilities.  Healing light and love to you, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)


Healing through Love


What I am learning through my spiritual journey is that healing is done through unconditional love of self and others.  It is this simple.  There are no magic mantras, incantations, or rituals.  It is simply giving unselfish and unconditional love for ourselves and others through compassion and kindness.

I was unable to give unconditional love until I began to release my ego who only knows and practices selfish love that is really attachment and dependency, and not love at all.  It seems counter-intuitive that we must release ego in order to truly love ourselves and others unconditionally,   On its face, ego appears to love us in that it protects us from harm, but in reality, ego is selfish and hurtful to ourselves and others.

This healing through love has permeated my interactions with my colleagues at the college where I work, in my interpersonal interactions with my friends, and with strangers who I come into contact.  My entire life has been enriched by my own emotional healing, and others around me have benefited too.  Through my own healing, I am literally changing my world around me.

May you change the world through healing with unconditional love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini spirit with All Rights Reserved)

Late Bloomer


When we experience trauma as children, our emotional growths are stunted at the point in time of our trauma.  As we recover and heal from our wounds, we begin to blossoms into emotional adults.  With time, we grow into the person our souls are intended.

I am such a woman.  I have grown over the past two years to the woman that my soul intended me to be.  I feel completely differently than I earlier felt, fearful and frightened.  Emotionally timid, I used a tough exterior to protect myself from fear and harm.

As children, when we mature, we begin to feel independence from our authority figures in our lives, and we begin to walk alone and independently. This is where I am. This freedom brings me such joy and bliss, and I wear a smile on my face every day.  I feel such love for others, even those who hurt me, and I send them love freely.  This love resonates from my heart, and gives me such joy that I have never known before.

It is my time now after many years of pain and suffering.  It is my time to blossom and bloom into a full and complete woman that I will soon become.  My gratitude is infinite and deep from my heart and soul, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)

Love from My Reader


I feel such blessings and love that I wanted to share this comment from another reader. My life is truly full and content to feel such gratitude and love for all that I have in my life now. Her comments follow:

Brooke, we have at least two twin flames on earth. I found this out when one of my male cousions went home to Heaven over 5 years ago, we were twin flames. It took me a long time to accept this now that I have miracles are happening every day. As a very young child I knew that I would loose physical contact with my twin flame, this was so hard to accept. Honestly it took me four years and four months after he returned to Heaven to accept that this was part of the Divine Plan that I had to learn to let go of control and learn to self love for who I am and not for who others want me to be. I have found another twin flame who has completely changed my life for the better, this man is totaly aware of this. What ever happens from this day forward I know that I AM truly Blessed. Thank you for your article and for your honesty and for being who you are born to be, also for shining your amazing light and love around the world. Lots of Love and Lots of Blessings of every kind for you are worth it and you deserve them Love Edel Marie

Emotional Crisis and Painbody


When I was going through my emotional crisis that occurred earlier in my life, I wished someone had information to help me cope with my very overactive and constant painbody that I endured nearly every day.  My painbody or emotional pain became so overwhelming for my existence that I wanted to end my life. I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, general anxiety,  and clinical depression from my childhood sexual, physical, and emotional abuse.

Whenever I saw my parents and interacted with them, my painbody became so intolerable to bear that I wanted to kill myself.  While in therapy, my therapist recommended that I discontinue further contacts with my parents and the trauma until I stabilized emotionally.  This is what I would recommend for those who are currently in emotional crisis and daily struggle with their painbody.

What painbody feels like is very negative self talk within our minds, constant feelings of fear including anxiety and depression, feeling constant hurt from those around us, negativity about how we feel about ourselves, and sometimes wanting to lash out at others from our frustration and pain.  These are the symptoms I experienced, but you may experience others.

When we are in crisis, it may be best to seek out the help of a therapist, particularly with symptoms of suicidal thoughts.  There are things that we can do ouselves during emotional crisis and active painbody.  When painbody is active, we will experience the above described symptoms or whatever you may experience.  Become familiar with these symptoms before your painbody is triggered so you can easily identify them when they arise.

Next, you will feel negative emotions rising within, such as hurt, jealousy, anger, resentment, indignation, envy, etc.  The next step is difficult during active painbody, but try your very best to just name this emotion and do not react to it.  Sit with this emotion without reacting until it passes. If you are able, retreat to a quiet and calm space where you can sit with this emotion.  When you become more proficient with this technique, you will be able to do this in the presence of others.

Practice this technique during your regular day before painbody is trigger, so that you can more easily cope with the active painbody. Sending you healing light, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All rights Reserved)

Taking Responsibility for Ourselves


I received some questions from readers about how to leave relationships and our past behind.   Many speak of being betrayed by their lovers who ran off with someone else, others speak of their lovers having multiple partners without their consent, some speak of being abused in relationships, and other dysfunctional situations.  I have no proven answers, but what I can say is that as a victim for most of my life, the first step is understanding the power to change this is within us.

In my earlier posts, I talked extensively about healing our emotional wounds so we no longer attract others who hurt us, but what do we do in the mean time before we have healed our emotional landscapes?  As victims of hurt and abuse, we believe that others hurt us, and somehow we are helpless in this situation.The reality is that we have the power to change this within us.  It is coming to this realization and working from this premise that we are able to get out of this cycle of abuse and dysfunctional relationships.

tumblr_mg5eswahcw1s09vwfo1_500 Essentially, we teach others how to treat us, and we serve as their teacher in this regard. If we have been mistreated instead of complaining about or judging others treatment of us, state very clearly without anger how you wish to be treated, forgive them and ourselves, and follow up with actions. For instance, if you do not wish to be cheated on, then let them know your wishes, forgive them for cheating, and ask them not to return by letting them go.  We must follow up with our actions to be taken seriously. The difficult part comes afterwards when we must do the internal work to follow through.  What keeps us from following through is our own fear of being alone or lonely, the fear of being unworthy of being loved, and the fear of inadequacy about ourselves.

This is when the hard work begins. I recommend emotional release practice to help cope with these emotions when they arise.  Be very conscious and aware that when you feel these emotions, it is the work of your ego, and it is not you!  You can choose to react to these fears or not.  As soon as these emotions arise, observe it, and allow it to pass.  Acknowledge these emotions for what they are, but do not identify with them as you will react upon this identification.  Please click on the tab, “Emotional Release Practice” on my Blogsite homepage for more details.

When you make your wish known to yourself and others, you will finally get your wish in your life.  Please understand that these are my practices, so take what you find helpful here for your practice. Healing light, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)

Sharing My Life with Others


In my current life, I try to share my interests and life with others without holding back in fear as I did earlier in my life.  My fears of others are slowly fading away allowing me to share my life more openly with others.  In my efforts to support artists and musicians in their businesses and endeavors, I try to introduce my friends and others to them.

This weekend, I brought a group of people to the studio of a Glass Artist who I am apprenticing to help her with her business, and to introduce people to glassblowing.  Many blew their own ornaments, and enjoyed learning and watching glassblowing.  I was able to assist during the demonstration and while others blew their glass treasures.

It was the most rewarding day to help a fellow glass artist, and help introduce others to this form of art, making them excited about glassblowing.  Some have decided to take their own glassblowing classes after this visit.  This is one way of helping others by making the world a more beautiful and artistic place.  Peace and love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)

Opening to the Collective Consciousness


For a long time, I did not understand what others talked about when they spoke of the collective consciousness or what I understand now as the consciousness to the collective truth.  It is the truth that the higher self knows and understands, and collectively, we all know these truths.  For instance, our higher selves know never to harm others, show compassion to others, and love unconditionally not selfishly, and when we do not, our conscience will let us know in some way. 

This week, I had the help of the collective consciousness navigate through my sometimes chaotic emotional life to make sense of it all.  In order to feel and hear the collective consciousness, we must be open and awaken to our reality first.  Then when we hear this truth from the words of others, we will heed their concerns, advice, and guidance.  This must be done beyond ego, so that we can see past the slights, hurts, and indignation perceived by our egos. 

I first heard this voice from a man in my past who pointed out my judgmental behaviors, then I saw these words echoed from a dear and loving friend, and finally a caring reader reminded me that we must forgive ourselves for the mistakes we make whether judging others or ourselves.

These voices are the collective consciousness to help my higher self stay on the path of my truth.  The reality is that it really doesn’t matter what others do, that is their burden and karma to bear.  It is only our actions, thoughts, and behaviors that will affect our lives and karma. So listen to the collective consciousness when it comes knocking on your door. Blessings of love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)