Blow Away the Veil to the Next World and Cheer Up

A couple decades ago shortly after my mother died, her sister said she talked with her all the time. Mom was helping her organize things at work.
“Hmm, weird,” I thought back then.
But now that I’ve talked with Mom for a number of years, it feels natural.

Our first contact was facilitated by a medium. (I won’t debate channeling here. Many of us have experienced trustworthy mediums and channelers.)
I smiled when the medium spoke with Mom’s usual tone, rhythm, and phraseology. She sounded exactly like herself.

In closing Mom said, “My dear, I love you, and I wish we could have a heart-to-heart talk. We have unfinished business.”
“Okay, what if I write you a letter?”
“Have you got a post office that delivers this far?
“Well -.”
“I’m kidding – yes, please write to me.”
“How about you look over my shoulder when I’m writing it?”

I chose a quiet day for this attempt.
Many spiritual sources gave the advice to speak out loud to the departed.
(According to sages, saints, and scientists, all worlds are composed of vibration, so to me it makes sense that the voice vibration would carry.)

There I sat, ready to give it a whirl, to type a letter to Mom on my computer and narrate it aloud as it unfolded. With the door shut. Locked. I spoke aloud her full name to invite her in.

“Dear Mom,” I began, voicing and writing some gratitude to her. Good memories.
But soon we got to the various underlying disappointments and frustrations. Tears streamed down my face as I spoke and wrote straight from my heart, barring nothing.

In my head I heard her replies, so I typed and spoke them aloud, too. I might have been making them up. I didn’t know, and it didn’t matter. I was getting a lot off my chest.

It felt like a real interchange.
Part of me wished she was indeed hovering over my shoulder, listening and reading my letter as it unfurled. Part of me said, Diane, it’s your crazy imagination, don’t psych yourself into this, stay logical.
In any case I was enjoying the process.

Eventually our conversation reached a resolution, a new awareness, a plateau.
I gazed at the words on the screen.
Suddenly a warm whoosh of energy washed into me from the empty air on my left side. Totally unexpected.
Her hug spread throughout my body and filled my heart.
“Oh, Mom!”
Such an unusual feeling from an unusual direction.
Not my imagination.  Real and uncanny.
I soaked it up.

Things are not what they seem on this earth.
Our physical body is the tiniest part of us.
There’s a whole lot more to us.
There is no death.

What is your experience of speaking with nonphysical friends and relatives?
Have you tried it?
Use their full name to call them in.
Speak aloud, and your words will be amplified.
You will get some kind of response.

I bring this topic up because

  • About 90% of us crave contact with our departed loved ones.
  • It is easy to communicate (prepare by calming your busy mind into listening mode).
  • Clearing out unspoken words, unfinished business, feels good for both parties.
  • Nearly all of us fear death, but communicating can dissipate that fear.
  • Life becomes deeper and richer when we relax and know that we are eternal beings.
  • Imagine how fun life would be without fear of death. Stress-related disease would vanish.

Let us know, what responses have you received from those beyond the Veil?

Departing or Not
Talking Through the Veil – Death part 4 

(Diane facilitates meditation groups in Phoenix and  Fountain Hills. She offers health coaching and energy healing sessions to balance and strengthen your aura, chakras, and meridians, all of which improve your wellbeing.)
Thanks to Wikipedia for this picture.
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Powerful Breath to Give You Delicious Energy

Chaos, constriction, or pain got you down?
Out in the world or inside you?
Try this.
You will bring beautiful energy into yourself.
In India they call it Prana. In Japan, Ki. In China, Chi. In Polynesia, Mana. In Navajo, Nilch’i. This life force energy is known in virtually every culture on earth.

You might think of this energy as light.
New research says photons of light are indeed flowing through the Primo Vascular System, the meridians (acupuncture channels), of our body.

Whether you feel skeptical or not, allow your imagination to take you for a while.
It’s a universal concept that our attention enlarges what it rests upon.
This experience grows stronger as you give your attention to it.

Settle into your seat with your feet on the ground.
Imagine your feet sinking into some lovely rich soil.
Breathe into your belly.
With every breath allow your tensions to melt.
Let go.
Let your body be heavy.
Let the Earth support you.
Let yourself shift into limp relaxation.

Breathe up your spine: energy flows from your tailbone up to the top of your head.
Enjoy a couple of these breaths.

Now breathe down your spine. Every breath brings energy from the top of your head down to your tailbone.

Imagine a tube of vital energy flowing from the top of your head to your tailbone.

Your tube of energy extends miles and miles into the earth.
Can it go all the way to the center of the earth?
Let it lengthen as far as it wants to go. Send gratitude to Earth.

With your next breath, energy rises from your tube deep in the Earth up into you, into your heart.
With great love, Light fills your heart and spreads into every cell of your body.
Breathe fully and deeply from the earth to your heart and then to your whole body.

Now imagine that this same tube of yours runs not only deep into the earth but also high into the sky, into the heavens.
How tall does it go?
Maybe a few feet, maybe up to the clouds, maybe to the stratosphere or Beyond.
It’s up to you, whatever you feel. Imagine it.

With your next breath, energy flows from the top of this tube into your head, into your core, straight to your heart. There it spreads with love into every cell of your body.
Feel, sense, or imagine this. Breathe deeply and easily and deliciously.

Take your time.
Let yourself enjoy this sensation, this imagery of beautiful energy pouring down from above, into your heart, into every part of your body.

For the final step of this practice, with each inhale, energy flows from both the earth and the heavens toward your heart.
Your heart fills with sweet light and lovingly radiates this light into every cell of your body.
This frequency heals everything it touches.
Breathe and feel the flow of energy coming from below and above.
Bask in this energy sensation.
Be like a sponge, soaking up comfort, light, energy.
Take your time to fully enjoy this.
Refresh yourself with serenity.

When you’re sitting in uptight traffic –
you might breathe and open to the healing energy that rides on the breath.

When you’re waiting your turn at the complaint desk, and somebody is raging –
you might move your attention to your own connection to the big Earth, the big Sky, and inhale from both of them.

When a big tragedy unfolds in the news –
you might remind yourself not to react to the fear-mongering.
Fear stops the breath.
Fear depletes your energy.
(Fear does not help unless you’re running from a tiger.)
If you can’t do anything about the situation, send peace.

Bask in peace and let it to spread from you into the world naturally.
Allow healing energies to flood into you.
Light fills you to the brim and overflows naturally to your family, friends, neighbors, town, region, country, continent, hemisphere, planet.
Linger here …

This has been a public service announcement. Please share. 🙂


(Thanks to countless traditions for this teaching. And to Tom Kenyon and the Hathors.)

Inhale the Frequencies You Like – It’s All You  
More Energy through Breath

(Diane does energy balancing sessions in Phoenix or Fountain Hills
See these same links for our weekly meditation classes.
Max pixel and wikimedia commons provided the images for this composite – thanks!)
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Spark Your Life with Strong Steady Minerals

To feel great and live longer, do Minerals!
Over three years ago I wrote about hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA), but I haven’t said much since then because frankly I felt discouraged.
For a slow metabolizer like me (and 80% of the population), it can take quite a long time for the body to adjust its minerals.
I was doing every anti-stress practice and eating every mineral-rich food, but my mineral numbers were not coming up to the levels I wanted. (It’s always something, ain’t it?)

Let me back up a little.  When I first got into the tissue minerals game, I was in crisis with my thyroid and adrenals. (I shouted, “Nooo! I don’t want to be old and sick yet. Ever.”)

I had mistakenly taken “good calcium” pills for decades. Now I had tons of calcium in my soft tissues. Yikes. As a hospital nurse I knew misplaced calcium could cause big trouble (bone spurs, stenosis, leaky heart valves, congestive heart failure, calcified aorta and more).

To counteract this downward spiral, I quit calcium and vitamin D (yes, you heard me), and I began to take the antidote, magnesium. Thankfully these two minerals came into some balance within about 8 months, although deeper balance is ongoing.

For the next 3 years I struggled with my inability to hang onto sodium and potassium because of weak adrenals. I took supplements, swam in coconut water (high in potassium) and ate potassium (potatoes, tomatoes, Swiss chard), but potassium would not stick to me. My energy level improved. But I wanted to bank up that potassium.

Sodium and potassium are another pair that balance each other.
Neither of them wanted to stay in my body. They slipped right out.
Their deficiency made my mineral ratios sad – the ratios of thyroid function, adrenal function, and stress level.
This pattern is common for us slow metabolizers (80% of the population).
But most of us don’t look at our tissue minerals.
We tend to slide steadily into mineral decline as we age. Gosh darn it.

Stress plays a big role in all of this.
We need to let go of stress on many, many levels. Meditation is our friend.
I thought I was letting go?
Sometimes I felt discouraged with the mineral project.
I took the recommended minerals, ate the super-vegetable and protein diet, but I could not find much movement in my numbers.

Last week – shout it from the rooftops – the hair tissue analysis revealed a big shift!
Finally now my body holds onto more potassium and sodium. The stress and thyroid ratios have improved.
(Do I hear a Hallelujah!?!)

My faith in this project is renewed.
When it all started, practitioners advised me that my Intensive Care job was too stressful.
I said, “Maybe some stress, but it doesn’t bother me.”
They said, “It drains your magnesium and potassium.”
I guess.
I’ve been away from the hospital for 2 1/2 years now. Perhaps I needed these healing years where nothing life-threatening was supposed to happen each day. Each dawning and each dusk, about 900 easy days? I don’t know.
Somehow the reduction of stress allowed my body to relax enough to produce soothing hormones and chemicals for deeper restoration of the Parasympathetic nervous system.

This mineral balancing thing is not for the faint-hearted nor for people who want an instant cure. Everybody wants an instant cure, right?
If you’re a fast metabolizer (20% of the population), your minerals could improve fast.

But we of the 80% need patience, persistence, and optimism.
Good balance may take years to come to fruition.
But it is a deep and lasting fruition.

Tissue-mineral-balancing practitioners have healed illnesses that traditional medicine says are incurable. Like leaky calcified heart valves, Atrial Fibrillation and Congestive Heart Failure – what?? Yes, it’s true.
I am impressed.

How do you know if you are a fast or slow metabolizer? It’s in the pattern of minerals, analyzed.
I can give you only a few cliff-notes here (copper is another major player, as is iodine).
There’s a ton to learn about minerals, if you wish.

If you want to get your tissue mineral analysis (HTMA), contact Rick Malter or Rachel Neumann, or other reliable practitioners.


What is your experience with HTMA?

(Check out our meditation classes in Phoenix or Fountain Hills on Tuesdays or Thursdays, respectively.  Here’s my recent HTMA enhanced by pics from public domain and pixabay.)

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Spinster Phoenix – a story to Make you Smile

This blog offers healing, and sometimes a fun story can lift your heart or bring insight.  I’m feeling like sharing a story once a month. Let me know if you like this idea or not?
The Flash Fiction Press online magazine published this story for me (on 4-11-16, thanks to Les Weil).  Enjoy.

Spinster / Phoenix

“I can’t believe I’m this old, not married, no prospects, rolling into a dead-end life! My twenties are gone!”

“Take a breath, Michelle. Just breathe,” said my sister Colette. “Let the sunshine soak into you.”

We sat on a café patio in Phoenix, not celebrating my birthday because I felt queasy, turning the big three-o.

“You don’t know what it’s like,” I said. “You have Jim, for god’s sake, and you’re still dancing around in your twenties. Time is running out for me! All my boyfriends were losers, and now the pickings are slim! Guys in their thirties are the rejects nobody wanted.”

“Gosh, do you feel like a reject?” Colette’s eyes widened.

“Yes! No! Don’t analyze me!”

She sat back and stared at the sky over my head. “You should go see my fortune teller.”

“Your what?”

“Oh, don’t freak out. He’s a regular guy, but he gets results.”

“I can’t walk into one of those old houses with the palmistry billboard in the front yard. I can’t believe you did.”

“He’s not one of those. People find him only by word of mouth.”

I rolled my eyes.

“So forget it,” she said. “But he found Jim for me. Sort of.”

“How did he do that?”

“It’s hard to explain. You’re too freaked out, anyhow. It probably wouldn’t work for you.”

I shook my head. Craziness. But her words marinated in me. A week later I phoned her for the scoop. His name was Manny, and his fee was a hundred bucks. That gave me pause. Colette said he had tons of happy customers, known to her. Finally I rationalized my way into it and made an appointment.

Soon I was knocking on his door, glad to find him in a subdued home close to my neighborhood.

Manny was about sixty, a wiry little muscle man, with the sleeves torn off his T-shirt and a large crystal dangling on his chest. Junk cluttered his living room. He shoved a stack of newspapers off his couch for me, and pulled a molded plastic chair over for himself. His knees nearly touched mine.

Don’t panic, I told myself. Breathe. I smelled teriyaki.

“So what’s the trouble?” He angled his head like a bird.

As I explained my spinsterhood, his eyes worked into me. Was he listening? His face was intent, but something else was happening. Was he trying to hypnotize me? I didn’t need to lose my mind, on top of everything else.

The next thing I knew, the room tilted. Sounds crazy, but it did. I saw the ceiling and walls tilt down to the left and upright again.

Then Manny relaxed.

“So,” I said, “can you tell me my future?”

“Can anybody do that? No. I empower you to find your own way.”

I squinted at him.

“Let’s get to it,” he said. “I need your contribution of one hundred dollars, please.”

I invoked Colette: you’d better be right about this, sister. Handed my cash to him.

“Thank you.” He bowed his head and left the room. What now?

He returned with a tray of Chinese fortunes taken from cookies. Tiny strips of paper, some streaked with sauce, a big heap of them. He smiled broadly. “One of these is for you. Your choice.”


“Go ahead,” he grinned.

I took one. Slow down and see what’s in front of your face.

Manny was in front of my face, his teeth gleaming.

“Okay,” I said, “now what?”

“That’s it.”

“That’s it? That’s your whole show?”

“The Universe is always talking to you,” he nodded. “You’ll see.”

My heart caved in. “It says, slow down? I’m not paying you a hundred bucks for this!”

“Well. You may have another one.”

I clamped my jaw. Dug deeper into the pile. Friends appear when you open your eyes to them.

His eyes held mine for a moment. I did not tell him what it said. Where did he get off, in his scrappy little hut, charging this kind of money for trash?

“It’s up to you to listen. Keep your eyes open,” he said. Uncanny choice of words. But he probably said that to everybody.

“You have a lot of gall,” I said. “I want my money back.”

“Sorry,” he shrugged. “If I refund it, this session will have no effect.”

I roared out of his street, jerking to a stop at the busy avenue. Sunlight flashed in my eyes from a passing car. I made my right turn at the very moment when a big old truck screeched and swerved around me, spilling trash and old boards all over the road. He stopped on the shoulder.

Needles of fear pricked my skin. I gasped for air as my wheels crept through the trash. Geez! Thank God nobody was hurt.

The truck driver scowled at me. “Slow down!” he yelled. “Are you blind? I was right in front of your face!”

Oh. The very words. Trembling, I shifted to the slow lane. In a half-mile I heard whump whump whump on my right rear. Not a flat tire? Please, no.

I must have rolled over one of those old boards the truck had spilled into the street. I did not want to deal with this. I had one more mile to my apartment complex. I took it slowly. No choice. I hoped I could remember how to change a tire.

When I parked in my slot, I cut the engine and shut my eyes. Breathed. Took inventory. I was thankful to be alive and not maimed. I couldn’t believe I blew a hundred dollars on that stupid Manny. But how ironic, I was forced to slow down. Or did Manny put a curse on me?

Then came a tap tap tap on my passenger window.

I opened my eyes to see Robert, that dorky guy who always followed me to the pool and hung around. Months ago I’d told him, he wasn’t my type. That hadn’t stopped him.

Robert’s face crumpled with concern. “Your tire is ripped up. Want me to change it?”

I blinked. Friends appear when you open your eyes? I bit my lip.

He gently opened my door. “You look so pale. Are you okay?”

Puddle of nerves, I could say, but my mouth didn’t want to move just yet.

He reached for my hand to help me out. Strong arm. I liked the way he wrapped it around me.

◊ ◊ ◊

Holistic Nurse, Healer, strung out on 37 years of hospital shifts, Diane Stallings returns to the pen. (Not the barn. Digital ink.) Her past stories were published on paper before you were born (1980s, 90s). Check out her blog. It might save your life. Or not.

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Don’t Panic, Ride the Wave of Mercury Retrograde

Now is a great time to go Within.
If you feel that we are influenced by energies such as the heavenly bodies that pull on the earth, then you might take advantage of this Mercury retrograde season (through mid- August) to relax and go within.

Even if you place no stock in the planets, we do benefit from a time of introspection.
Self reflection.
Observing our inner process.

How is my thinking?
What are my personal patterns?
How do I act – with my people and/or in various settings?
Am I making trouble for myself?
How does all this impact me?

At this time the underlying themes in our life rise to the surface –
the chronic tensions.
This is the time to clear out some of them, make peace, forgive them.
Let yourself shift to a better attitude.
Meridian tapping may be helpful.

During a season like this, some of my old intentions and projects bubble up asking for my attention again.

It’s a good season for

  • cleaning things out
  • getting in touch with old friends and relatives
  • finishing long-term projects
  • possibly finding lost objects
  • journaling whatever is on your mind and heart
  • meditating deeper than ever into delicious contentment
  • shifting yourself into more balance

Astrology, a respected art through the ages, reminds us to bring extra patience during this time because mistakes, misunderstandings, and poor communications tend to occur.
It’s not a good time to make business deals or sign on the dotted  line or launch a half-cooked venture.

It’s a time for patience, a sense of humor, forgiveness for any glitches that pop up.
Take advantage of this ideal time for clarification of your inner world view, your thought patterns, and your greater understanding.

What is your experience with Mercury retrograde?

Enneagram personality patterns

Feel better, get balanced.  Diane does hands on healing for your biofield and gives you practical ways to enhance your energy system.  Make an appointment in Phoenix or Fountain Hills.
(Thanks to pixabay for this image of the heavenly bodies 😉
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Deep Peace Forest Vortex Meditation

Breathe full and deep and easy.
Let yourself settle, with your feet on the floor, seat heavy in your seat.
Allow the Earth herself to support you.
Every breath brings greater ease.
All tensions soften and dissolve.

You find yourself on a narrow country lane bordered by lush vegetation and trees. The trees arch overhead across the road. You feel they are embracing you. You feel held and loved by the Earth. The air smells fresh and beautiful. Birds are singing.
The vegetation thickens as you walk along. More shrubs and vines line the road.

Here on your left is a tiny little path, no wider than your feet, leading into the vines.
You pass through the vines to find a narrow muddy path.
Here a boulder is covered in moss. The trees are not large but they seem to be climbing all over the place with curling roots.
You begin to walk the damp path, noticing wildflowers and fascinating plants sprouting around you. The air is moist and alive with possibilities. You breathe it in deeply and smile.
The path takes you winding around various trees and comes up alongside a mossy low wall of stone. You and the wall continue awhile.
You reach a tangled area where you must climb between branches and over roots.
The path is clear and you can follow it, but not easily. It takes a little effort. Yet you feel intrigued to find out where this goes.
You hear the soft sound of birds chirping up ahead, calling you in.
The way opens up a little more. You breathe easier.

Coming around the bend you walk into a wide open space, a clearing that brings a hush to your heart.
On either side stand two straight rock cliffs covered in vines and moss.
A few ancient trees tower overhead from the center of the forest floor.
The ground is soft with the natural debris of ages – leaves, twigs, acorns.
It’s so quiet.
So quiet.
Shady. Cool on your skin.
The sunlight filters through the treetops.

There is something about this place, you feel.
Gently you stroll closer to one of the tall rock faces. Such a variety of ferns and mosses here, the many many shades of green from light to dark.

This place seems to speak to your heart.
This place is holding you.
You feel so nurtured here.
You breathe it in.
Your old worries and concerns have melted away.

You walk a little further in to see an old campfire circle and a swing made from a branch.
You feel embraced by this place, the way it wraps around and holds you in such peace and contentment.
It conveys a special energy. You can feel it. You wonder if it’s a vortex.

You sit down in the branch swing and begin to glide back and forth. Such fullness in your heart. You feel you are Home with a capital H, in the greater Home, the place where the larger part of you always lives.

You are beloved.
You inhale the deepest peace.
Such a sense of ease. No effort.
You are Loving and Beloved.

This is the larger reality. This is the comfort of Home which awaits us always, available whenever we tune in. This is the ground of our being. This is the true and loving support of this whole earthly experiment.

So soothing, so familiar, so real.
A no-brainer.
In other words, the brain shrinks and the heart fills, expands with awareness.
You feel the truth of what’s really real, despite our human doubts and conflicts.
Within the embrace of this place, it feels easy to bring peace into the world.

Inhale Peace.
It saturates you.

Little by little your swing slows down. You wish you had more time to stay. (If you want to stay longer, do.)

You say thanks and goodbye to the swing.
You walk ever so gently through the clearing, noticing every detail once again. Each tree, every variety of fern.
This large branch on the ground. That boulder.
And here is the trail out.

You turn around once more to behold this place, the natural walls of rock ever standing on either side like guardians for all who enter. The whole verdant place loves each person, each creature no matter how small.

You pause to inhale this sense of deep peace once more.
This sense that underneath the ups and downs of life, nothing is wrong.
Nothing is wrong. You are always cared for. You are never alone. You are beloved.

You murmur, “Thank you. I will remember this … and spread peace.”
Instantly you hear a reply, “Thank YOU.” You catch your breath. You sense that reply in your heart, in your whole being.
Allow yourself to feel the Gratitude conveyed to you.
This Blessing blankets your shoulders.
You step onto the trail.

Keep breathing deeply, easily.
You are returning to the Here and Now.


How to Meditate like a Boss in Bliss 
Come meditate with us in Phoenix or Fountain Hills (Tuesdays or Thursdays, respectively). Here’s my photo of this vortex.
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How to Heal Yourself (Free!) with Your Astounding Voice 

A hundred years ago when I was a young nurse in the hospital, one leathery old man would not stop moaning. “Ohhhhhhh.”
“Do you need some pain medicine?”
“Nooooooooooo.” He wouldn’t look at me.
A fly lit on his ear. It was the only fly I ever saw on our airtight 7th floor.
He kept moaning, his eyes half closed.
“Should we move your leg to a different position?”
Good thing he didn’t have a roommate. I shut the door and brought his pain medicine.
He accepted it, groaning.
“Why do you keep moaning?”
“It helps… Ohhhhhhhh.”

Years later I learned about a self-healing method called Toning.
By gum that man was right. Toning and moaning do help.
All the world is vibration.
Your body may look solid, but all matter is vibrational.
Different densities vibrate at different rates, each with its signature vibration.

Disturbed areas of the body hold not only illness and pain, but suppressed emotions, stress and tension. Static stuck electricity (energy) sits in these troubled areas of the body, and toning breaks it up and dissolves it. (Some say toning even dissipates calcifications in the joints and blockages in the arteries. Imagine that.)
voice vibrations from pixabay

Yes, the vibration of your own voice can release stagnant energies, pain, illness, emotional turmoil, and mental stress. depositphotos_subwoofer-audio-speaker-vibrations.jpg
In the same way that glitter dances on a speaker or a vibrating tool loosens its object, so too the sound waves of your own voice can loosen up and release all manner of troubles.
Don’t knock it till you try it.

Relax, breathe deeply, focus on the problem.
Where do you feel this problem in your body? Tune in. Feel the sensations in that area.
Let these sensations be vocalized.
Allow whatever sound wants to come out of your mouth.
Let the sound flow loud and long with every exhale.

Yes it is like moaning.
It is like chanting but unrefined, without words.
It is Toning.
Use any sounds that arise.
Let your feelings pour out through sound.

Your voice is loosening and releasing the problem.
Keep going, take your time, until you naturally peter out, until your feelings are finished, and the urge to tone (or moan) dissolves.

See what happens. You may be surprised at the good effects.
(I feel a whole lot better after toning awhile. I’ve used it for pain, colds, flu, fatigue, stress, and all sorts of negative emotions.)

Imagine if you had a stressful day at work, you could release all that stress on your drive home by toning it out of you. Let your voice handle it. Express the way you really feel.
Give voice to stagnation, frustration, conflict, resistance. Let it dissipate.

When we suppress a stressful emotion, as we often do, it gets pushed down into our cellular fields and creates unhealthy tension. Stress hormones compound the problem and deteriorate our health.
(In childhood we cry, yell, scream, and blow off stress. Then we grow up and suppress everything.)

This style of self healing can be done in a purely secular way, treating it as simple vibration and sound waves.

Or you can use toning as a divine healing meditation to open up and commune with Spirit. This is the approach taken by Beverly Scott in her free book and mp3 set called Toning: Channeling the Light Within. Enjoy it!
Much gratitude to Beverly Scott.

Another way to use toning is to reset your vibration anytime you like.
First meditate into a deep sense of peace. Bask in peace.
Then allow yourself to make whatever “peace sound” wants to emerge.
Practice this sound and remember it.
Sometime when you are under stress you can make this sound to bring yourself back to peace.
This works even if you tone softly.

Have you tried toning?
Did it work for you?
How do you like it?

Float to Big Mind, Relax into Spaciousness
If you feel like you can’t release enough, come see me for an energy balancing session in Phoenix or Fountain Hills.See these same links for our weekly meditation classes.
(Check out this Daily Mail UK photo of a few millimeters of paint responding to sound waves from a speaker.)
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