Pranic Healing på jobbet

Pranic Healing är inte bara bra för att behandla sjukdomar och stress. Det är ypperligt för att klara av knepiga situationer på jobbet också. Det finns en hel uppsjö av saker man kan göra för att underlätta och här ger jag några vinkar om vad man kan göra. Allt har jag själv testat och det fungerar 🙂

Jobbiga relationer?

Då är det relationshealing som gäller. Vanlig hederlig behandling, välsignelser och kristall-healing gör susen. Ibland snabbt, ibland tar det lite mer tid. Pranic skydd kan också vara matnyttigt i vissa lägen. Pranic kriyashakti hjälper också, om du kan det. Prana-andning lugnar om du är upprörd.

Oinspirerande plats?

Putsa energin, och energisera enligt behov. Mantror är också praktiska för detta ändamål. Kan du Pranic Feng Shui, kolla om det är nåt du ännu kan optimera. Kriyashakti kan du också ta till för att förbättra situationen.

Problem med att få nåt framåt, eller är det något som strular hela tiden?

Putsa, putsa, putsa, även på känslomässig nivå om du kan det. Energisera. Välsignelser är också bra. Kriyashakti fungerar också här.

Ja-a, det är nog mera din egen fantasi som är begränsningen på vad du kan göra. För om du har gått grundkursen har du redan redskapen. Med mer avancerade kurser kommer mer avancerade verktyg, men grunduppsättningen förblir densamma.

Lycka till och trevlig arbetsdag!

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Nytt år – nya löften, eller hur man får hjälp med att uppnå sina målsättningar

Utsikt från Arhatic Yoga retreat i Schweiz, juni 2011

Jag deltog idag i fullmånemeditation via skype. (Fungerar för övrigt väldigt bra – prova du också!) Det var denna gång en lite speciell meditation för den markerade årets början också. Nytt år brukar innebära ett avslut och en analys av det gågna året, samt löften och hopp inför det nya.

Jag väntade inte till nyår med mitt nyårslöfte; att stiga upp tidigare på morgonen och ägna en stund åt yoga, självhealing eller meditation. Därav bilden ovan, som en påminnelse för mig, vad det var jag skulle göra. Sedan jag bestämde mig för detta i november har jag troget satt väckarklockan en halvtimme tidigare än jag absolut måste stiga upp. Och lika troget har jag stängt av den 9 morgnar av 10, och sovit vidare tills jag verkligen måste gå upp. Kort sagt, detta lyckades inte. 

Inte så att jag skulle vara direkt lat, men jag är kvällsmänniska. Jag lever upp på kvällen. Följaktligen är jag trött på morgonen.

Så istället för att kämpa emot min medfödda natur, har jag nu förlagt motsvarande stund till kvällen. Denna insikt kom jag till för en knapp vecka sedan. Det har fungerat bättre. Jag har verkligen yogat, eller mediterat eller liknande på kvällen. 

Det som var speciellt kul med denna fullmånemeditation var att den kom som på beställning. Temat var hur man gör innevarande år till ett bättre år, hur man lämnar icke önskvärt bakom sig och fokuserar på det som utrvecklar en i positiv mening. Pranic Healing erbjuder hjälpmedel för detta. En del av dessa använde vi under fullmånemeditationens föreläsning – för övrigt ett mycket bra material och användbart för alla och envar, tycker jag.

Jag har som målsättning att varje dag ägna mig åt yoga och andlig utveckling. Nu har jag fått konkreta hjälpmedel, men också en rejäl dos energi som säkert hjälper mig att uppnå mina målsättningar.

Under denna fullmånemeditation skrapade vi dessutom bara på ytan. Pranic Healing har så mycket att erbjuda i detta, att det finns en hel kurs om saken; http://www.pranichealing.fi/index.php/kurssit/vaurauden-energian-kehittaeminen (på finska), http://pranichealing.com/article/kriyashakti (på engelska). Jag har gått den ett par gånger, och alltid lär man sig nåt nytt. Men också under fullmånemeditationer 🙂

Må så gott!

 

A quick post about how to do all that stuff you ‘should do’

Greetings from a recovering procrastinator!

Here’s a somewhat less serious post, although it can be seen as a serious issue when thought about in context. While this issue is not exactly Pranic Healing per se, it is very much related to something that the effectiveness of all the techniques we learn hinges on.

I’m talking about the issue of how to do all those things we know we should do but somehow find ourselves not doing. Eating healthy, exercising regularly, meditating regularly, doing self healing regularly… They key here seems to be the word ‘regularly’.

It is true that most of us are very good at doing these things on occasion. Usually this occasion is coupled up with some big event that inspires us to change our lives and do better. And most of the time this inspiration last anything from a day to a few weeks.

Looking back at myself for the past years, I found myself having done exactly that a great deal of times. And then I thought of the times that resolution has actually yielded results. The difference between the times it works and the times it doesn’t seems to be the amount of involvement of other people in the decision making moment, and the continued participation of those people in the process of doing *insert exercise/meditation/self healing/etc*.

The most effective thing so far – apart from actually signing up for group meditations and healing evenings, which make you go because you’ve already paid for it – has been an excel sheet I created, in which I write down every time I’ve done my exercises. I created a calendar in excel, and a column for the different things I wanted to keep doing. Then I shared the document on google docs. With my mother. And she started marking down the days she had done the things she wanted to keep doing.

A normal week.

A normal week.

And now it acts as inspiration because every time I get up and do my exercises I get to reward myself with putting a little ‘x’ in my column! And the best part is, looking back at the calendar and feeling good about all the days I’ve done it! Without some visual representation, it can easily feel like all the times you did it didn’t matter, they just disappear. This way, they spur me on every time I look at them!

And another point – START SMALL!

Trying to do everything you should is only going to make you stop because other things come in the way. I started off with just one simple exercise which takes about 7 minutes to complete. Now I’m up to roughly 15 minutes of things, a nice mix of self healing techniques (and some sit ups, spring is coming even if it’s just January :D). And sometimes I find myself inspired and keep going for an hour, but only because I get myself out of bed and to the salt water bucket by allowing myself to do the minimum if that’s all I feel like!

TITHING IN THOUGHTS

We can also practise generosity in thoughts. It is often considered that tithing is related to charity solely moneywise. However, it is possible to plant tithing thoughts towards others.

GMCKS’ advice was to tithe 10% in minimum of the income after taxes were reduced. It is said that we have over 60 000 thoughts per day. And the kind of sad news is that 85% of those thoughts are less productive. The good news is that we are in control of our thoughts although some training may be required. But there are no taxes in thoughts: we could all have 100% positive thoughts!

The only “tax” is the karma. If we project our worries and calcified ideas fed by the society and social background towards other people it will only add to our own anxiety and negative energy in the aura. When we wish all the goodness in the world to other people it will boomerang back to us. Double.

The real test lies in being generous to the persons who regularly test our patience. The thoughts tend to stumble there much more often than with the people whom we cherish. The Great Teachers say that when you project something towards an ordinary person it will come back to you at least double. Since there’s no guarantee what slipped across our minds in the past lives it would be a really smart thing to do to rectify the thought patterns A.S.A.P. GMCKS encouraged to generate at least one good thought a day about a person you like less.

However, tithing should not be done in thoughts only. As Finns we are immensely blessed with several things. There’s a schooling system and even financial support is offered if needed, we have clean water and nature, central heating in our houses and excellent transportation system just to name few. I recently heard that in India if you want to really have a seat on the train you have to travel in the first class because even if you paid for the seat in the second class there will still be someone’s butt literally on your face so you can’t sit straight and someone else laying under your bench. So, as we are so blessed (at least in this life) we can afford monetary mercy to the ones who have to pay for schooling, have no clean water even to drink or have to travel far to get it. If you are always tithing tomorrow clean your ajna, basic, solar plexus and heart chakras – now. Guess what the higher teachings say about tithing towards a Spiritual Teacher’s causes? It will profit you at least 10 fold and manifest more rapidly.

You would most likely wish that someone wishes you to be successful. There is a story of American envy and Russian kind of envy. In US, when your neighbour has a bigger car than your family, you strain to get an even bigger one. In Russia, when the night comes one goes and pierces the tyres from his neighbour’s car. The correct behaviour might be to use the neighbour’s new car as an incentive to realise what are the things that you really need in life and begin to bless everybody else with those thoughts. It’s treacherously built into our systems (lucky you if are not one of them!) that if I am not happy no one else should be happy, if someone is rich in something we become jealous without a good cause. The truth is that someone else’s happiness should be part of ours. Instead of realising what we are missing someone’s fortune should make us even happier.

It is quite common to laugh when someone seems (temporarily) dumber than us. Instead we should straight away be blessing that this person will be blessed with divine intelligence. The tendency to laugh at someone else’s misfortune only signals about our own poor self-esteem. By blessing generously whenever, whatever and as frequently as possible we insure the constant flow of blessings to our direction.

GMCKS said that thoughts are the seeds. Let’s invest in the right kinds of seeds so the trees that will grow out of them will be of the likable kind.

A little story about complete faith

As I wrote in an earlier post, his whole ‘grateful without the slightest doubt’ business is not the easiest thing to do – those ‘but what if’ thoughts tend to have a way of creeping up on us. I’ve found that not mulling over things, if at all possible, is the best way to have the things one wants.

My sister and I had been looking for a flat for a while, attending viewings etc, but nothing seemed to be quite right, or too expensive, or in a less than ideal location. One evening we were talking, and my sister asked, with a sigh of slight desperation, ‘when will we find a flat?’ Without think too much I responded ‘on Wednesday’. She said ‘ok, good’, and we moved on to talk about something else. I didn’t think more of it.

That Wednesday we went to a flat viewing, fell in love with the place, put in an application for it, and settled down to wait for a response we were told would come the day after. Ten minutes after we left the viewing the agent called and told us we got the flat! So, we didn’t just find the flat we wanted on Wednesday, we also secured the flat we wanted, on Wednesday!

This, of course, is not quite enough to get what one wants, there was a fair amount of Kriyashakti and praying done for the flat-wish before, but it seems the wish was waiting for us to decide on a delivery date, and Wednesday it was, because I didn’t rethink my decision, thereby changing the delivery date 🙂

 

This gratitude business is turning out fascinating, more updates will follow!!

Accept the good that comes to you!

Flickr/Nomadic Lass

I find that a lot of the people on the spiritual path have a real knack for helping others – always willing to give, assist, give advice, lend a helping hand, do what they can. We are always willing to do healing for others, help older people with physically strenuous things they can no longer do themselves, help busy parents with the things they don’t have time for, help friends with knowledge and skills we have and they don’t.

The odd things here is, we’re all very excited about the whole karma thing, we know that when we help other we get help too, but when push comes to shove many seem unwilling to accept the good when it arrives!

I want to point out here that this doesn’t necessarily apply when it comes to something we have wished for specifically, like a new car or a house. But when it comes to the little things, a little extra money, a little help around the house, then we get suspicious. ‘That can’t be it, there must be some catch…’ On this note, I just read a Donald Duck cartoon where an on rich woman wanted to give her extra money (just a simple 10,000€) to someone in need, but everyone, from Donald to Daisy and from Scrooge to Grandma, had varying reasons to suspect the money wasn’t really free, so they refused it and the old woman had to keep her money.

The Universe works in mysterious ways, and yes, sometimes there might be a small catch to the things that pop up in our lives, but I think we could all benefit from the occasional acceptance of a helping hand, someone who offers to do the dishes for us while we’re busy with an seemingly unsurmountable workload, or someone who offers to pay us for that little favour we did for them even though we didn’t ask to get paid. Yes, we might hear about those dishes a umber of times in the future, and we might be asked for a favour again, but what is more important – our pride in not needing anyone’s help, or accepting that we have done a lot for other people and deserve to have others do something for us?

Gratitude

For those of you who have had the pleasure to attend the GMCKS Kriyashakti workshop (and for anyone who has read Rhonda Byrne’s ‘The Secret’, or Sonia Choquette’s ‘Your Heart’s Desire’ or any other books about the manifesting power of thoughts and actions), the concept of gratitude as an important part of the ‘manifesting mix’ will be familiar. I have always considered myself a pretty grateful person, I realise that I’m pretty darn lucky to have the life I have, I feel grateful for little things like a pretty mug of tea or a good book or a warm duvet on a cold winter’s night. Or a good friend, a lovely family and the fact that I have grandparents to talk to.

But despite this I had to realise, after a lot of wondering why my wishes weren’t coming true, that I might still be lacking in the gratitude department. While I’m good at being grateful for the things I have, physically, in my life (although I guess more can always be better :P), I seem to hold back when it comes to being grateful for the things I wish for – more money, a wonderful husband, a nice home, that top I saw in a shop the other day, that huge book with the beautiful pictures of Catholic art that costs a minor fortune. It’s like my worrying gets in the way of gratitude and halts the process.

How I came to realise this? Well, after a bit of frustration, the odd moan about how ‘nothing works’ and the final ‘right, Universe, what’s the hold up!’ I started thinking of the things that actually did work, the times I did get what I wanted. One thing, as small as it may sound now, was my shoes. Months ago I started thinking of getting new shoes, my old ones were starting to fall apart, and I knew exactly what I wanted but couldn’t find them anywhere. So I googled around a bit, trying to find the kind of trainers I had in mind, and finally I came up with a number of images that together made up what I wanted – white, thin soled, light trainer with the sort of 70s style red and blue stripes on the side.

I put these images in a word document, saved it, and more or less forgot about the thing. A couple of months later I was walking through shops, not looking for anything in particular, and I saw the shoes, exactly as I had imagined them. And they were on sale! At that moment I was very happy i hadn’t rushed it and bought a pair online for about five times the price I paid for these 😀 I believe the reason the shoes materialised was that, as I forgot about the show wish, I didn’t stop the materialisation with my worrying about it, but let the whole thing play out on its own.

The second part of my realisation came from good grades at university. I’ve never been a rubbish students, and got really good grades about half of the time, but I could never really figure out what I did differently in those assignments and exams where I got really good marks and those I did ok in. Well, at my uni we had an Arab Culture Day last spring, and they have away prayer beads, tasbih. I have since learned that they can be used to recite the 99 beautiful names of Allah, but the simple explanation given at the Culture Day was that you go through the beads and thank Allah with every bead. I immediately felt very happy with my prayer beads, and decided to try them out before an exam. The result was that I got the highest mark I have ever received in an exam at uni. So I tried it again for the next exam. Same result. I tried it for a friend’s exam. Same result. Seems I had finally found my way to gratitude! 😛

Now you may wonder, do I have everything in my life that I want, now that I found this magic way? No. Because since I realised this, I have been too scared of the magic in the beads failing me, that I haven’t really even used them for anything. But this will change now. I have now publicly written that I will give it a shot, so I guess I can’t run and hide anymore. Bring it on.