Some who have been following my blog intermittently would probably know that I love to learn new things, new experiences and I do what I love and learn what I am interested in. I left the legal world behind 18 years or so ago, found my calling in the healing world, some may call it as woo woo and that’s ok. It is something that you may not understand just yet or just have no calling for it. I am much more known as an animal communicator and sound singer.
It was only in later years that I realized that science and healing goes hand in hand. How so? Well, in the healing world, we talk about alignment, chakras, vibration, grounding. In the world of science at least music, everything is measurable in frequencies, binaural beats and how our bodies, organs have different frequencies and sound obviously is about frequencies and binaural beats. How one’s body breaks down because maybe there’s too much excess of one ‘good’ food because that organ’s frequency has decreased. Now that is another discussion but you get the gist of it. It is fascinating to learn about it and to apply it. How sound works and how it can heal an ailment. Everything we eat, touch, emotions affects our health, our frequency in the body.
Imagine, we were so much more in touch with animals and nature years or maybe eons ago. As time progress, technology took over, machinery and profit and greed overcome our minds. That in turn closed off our communication to the animal kingdom and to nature. Look at how we cruelly reap off the earth, kill unnecessarily and quite honestly take what we don’t need. We live in a world of over abundance. Slowly creating havoc on earth. We have no lack of resources but our actions have made it such and our greed have become such that the rich becomes richer and the poor becomes poorer. As long as we carry on with our over abundance, we lose our compassion, ourselves in this whirlpool of ‘greed’. We get stress, emotions run high and sometimes go into mental breakdown due to our need to survive. So where are do the animals and nature come in? They don’t. We have forgotten what we were given, taking everything for granted, thinking that we have infinite resources. I talk to animals since I can remember and I can feel the pains of the trees when they are cut down for development. I feel the pain of the animals and the surroundings. I cannot comprehend how anyone on earth has no compassion and just think that money is the answer to their prayers, their dreams and still want more. I cannot understand how an animal is tortured, abused, abandoned and kill, and those abusers think it’s funny. Just as I cannot comprehend how one can abuse, torture and kill children. In Nepal there’s an annual festival that celebrates the sacred bond between Humans and Dogs. Why? The hindu cultures of Nepal believe dogs are messengers of Yamaraj, the God of death, and that a dog watches over the gates of heaven. Canines also appear in several ancient Hindu texts, serving as guardians and vahanas (vehicles) for certain dieties. This is all dogs, even the strays in Nepal.
Whether you believe it or not, we are all made of energy. When one incident happens, the energy is disrupted and the ripple may be small but we shall all bear the consequence whether we realize it or not.
As my journey in life progressed, I started my journey in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). What I realized in this journey, is that how healing world and how the ‘normal’ world can work together. How the two are the same but using different languages. It is also how individuals would want to push forward in their lives. Some believe in the holistic way, and others the more conventional way. Ultimately, both complement each other and so, as a healer and a trainer, I give task to my clients when they come in for a reading. I have been wondering how do I empower my clients to move in their lives and NLP became one of the solutions. The intertwining of both make the session complete. As a healer, it is not my aim to have recurring clients with the same problems. It is my aim to have my clients move in their lives, make a change in their lives and the first step is to take responsibility in their lives. The question is, “What do we want in our lives”?