Monday, 27 April 2015

There are only two words that we need to change the world: yes and no, and for both we need to be brave

This month, this post, Evolving Beings: The Two Most PowerfulWords to Create Change, has had the most visits. I’m not certain what’s caused the interest, but I’m grateful to readers for visiting. I’m also curious about whether visitors clicked on the link to read the full article on EvolvingBeings. I’m sharing the complete introduction and slightly edited article again.

This is how I introduced the article:

I’ve another guest post at Evolving Beings. Parts of the story are about passing spirits into the light. I’m always cautious sharing these experiences because of the physicality of my experience; it’s very real for me, but it’s also potentially harmful to the integrity of my healing work. I choose to be brave, and it’s these experiences that have enabled me to be a healer.

I’d also like to share that I had a jaguar in my home last night. I heard the padding of its paws on the floorboards first, and then a low growl. When you can feel warm breath on your arm it’s easy to believe that this is real. The jaguar rubbed its face against me and then flopped down beside me.

The Two Most Powerful Words to Create Change

Jesus is standing beside me. “I’m always here, brother.”

I enjoy his company, he encourages me to write, and teaches me how to work with spirit.

“Is that nice?” He’s talking about the beer I’m drinking. He’s closed his eyes, tilted his head to the side and is listening to my son in the shower. I don’t reply.

Gegu, my angelic-guide, is sitting cross-legged on the floor, and he smiles at my uncle Harry, who’s also a ghost, when he appears.

The television is too loud and I’m feeling agitated. Uncle Harry touches my shoulder and I begin to relax, “What are you writing about?”

“I’m not sure,” and it’s always this way; I never write what I think I’m going to.

Two years ago my friend Jane texted me and asked for a hug. I texted back, “sit still and relax, I’m coming.” I lay on the floor and left my body. This was something Jesus had shown me, and the first time I’d tried to do it.

Everything was surprisingly clear: my body was on the floor, but I was standing in the hallway. I walked towards my back door, and, wondering how I was going to get outside, I hesitated. Then I blinked, and I was standing in Jane’s front yard. Jane sat in a recliner on her front porch. I ran three steps, jumped, and floated into her lap. I kissed Jane’s neck, bit her ear, and hugged her.

Jane was only expecting to feel a warm tingling. Beep! “Holly molly, that was awesome!”

She felt everything, and the sensations were so intense she became aroused.

If we have faith, anything is possible.

“You were playing, my son, and this is not why we taught you this.”

Gegu’s right. It’s an example of what’s possible. As easily as I can slide from my body, I can heal. By thinking about a surgeon, one can appear. We can create change. Is it that easy?

“It’s as hard as you make it, my son.”

We need to simplify. There are only two words that we need to change the world: yes, and no, and for both we need to be brave. If you’re not happy, then you haven’t been using these words.

Mitch is a US ranger, he died in Iraq, and he visits all the time. I call him Mitch from Oregon, and he’s just put his hands on my shoulders. I can see his four year old daughter: blonde hair, pretty smile, she’s running, I’m chasing her, and she’s looking over her shoulder. She’s laughing, a dog is barking, and then there’s an explosion. Something thumps into my chest, I can’t move my limbs, I’m being dragged . . . Mitch’s death and his memories are entwined, and play over and over again whenever he is near. “I need you.”

I know.

I’ve watched Mitch walk into the light many times, but he keeps returning. Uncle Harry embraces Mitch, and then steps back to make room for a US marine and two Iraqi children. “Help us.”
The images are terrible, the pain and fear is amplified, and it feels like my chest is being crushed. I can’t breathe. I’m choking.

“Be brave, my son.” Gegu is always near.

Jesus crouches down beside the children. It feels like my heart has stopped beating. “Will you do it?”

Yes. Jesus knows I have to experience the deaths, the fear, the confusion, and the longing to return home. I slide—the images are too violent to share.

The light is everywhere. I’m the light. The feeling of freedom and peace is as painful as the fear and dying. I don’t return to my body for a long time. I’m nowhere. I’m naked, on all fours, vomiting up fear . . . is it real?

Mitch, Gegu, Uncle Harry, and Jesus stay with me until I stop shaking. There’s no time here. Mitch helps me up. He hugs me, and I can smell dust, sweat, burnt fibre, blood, and strawberry scented lip balm. “Thank you.”

I know what we’re responsible for. Can we stop this now? I want someone to say no, no more.

Each one of us is vibrating at something, an infinite number of frequencies that co-exist and co-create. Individuals, families, generations, communities, and countries all have a unique vibration. This is what limits change, but it doesn’t have to. It’s this that healing influences and changes.

Jane loves me, and although we chose not to be in a sexual relationship, we’re both attracted to each other. A frequency in her vibration is, I’d like to have sex with Simon, and that’s why she had a sexual response. Social and moral restraints prevent her from expressing this, but perhaps that vibration is counter-productive to her happiness. It’s not that we need to have sex, but Jane longs to express fully that she’d like too.

Yes I’d like to, but no, I can’t. That’s conflict, and over time indecision will be the dominant frequency. Yes, or no, not maybe and denial.

Mitch vibrates at, I want to save everyone, and that’s why, even in spirit, he fights the good fight. He keeps returning and brings spirits to me that haven’t gone into the light. One of his frequencies is, I am a US ranger, so he primarily brings soldiers to me, but he doesn’t discriminate. He also brings Taliban fighters, Muslim extremists, and civilians who have died in conflict.

Change is restricted or enhanced by what we’re vibrating at. You can adjust this frequency by knowing your self, and being decisive. The two most powerful words you can use are yes and no.

For Mitch’s sake, can we stop this now?

“I’d not have thought war would be adopted by so many to solve so little.” ~ unknown spirit.

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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Spiritual Law or Spiritual Habit? Healing Cannot Occur Without a Living Person

This is a comment I left in response to comments on this post, Simon Hay on Entanglement and Healing, on Frank DeMarco’s blog. There’s a lot of information here that I felt readers of my blog would appreciate. Talk soon. J

Hi Joseph and community,

My partner and I went away on Saturday and had no wifi so I’ve been unable to respond until now. I’ve thought a lot about what I’d write and many spirits have been chatting to me about this.

I too have experienced being energized during and after healings. I’ve felt many things: every human emotion and fleeting fragments of symptoms and a vast range of human behavior that, at times, affected me. I often do 5 – 7 healing/days and I fatigue.

I agree with you, Craig Hendricks and Frank that we are facilitators of healing, a conduit or pipeline of and for energy (what is this energy?). I’m not doing the healing, we are. A greater ‘we’ or ‘I’, and, I believe, ultimately the client, the receiver of the healing becomes the healer. As a healer my intention is to heal, to not force the healing, to surrender, to be kind, to love, to simply be no one thing.

To be no one thing, nothing, is a direction Moses gave me many years ago. We know the concept of nothing. If I have nothing in my pocket, my pocket is empty, and that is still awareness of something — nothing. Moses instructed, be beyond nothing. Not a higher source, because that to is something we aspire to know, to feel, to be. Be no one thing.

But, and this is something spirit reminded, the healing cannot occur without a living person. An unusual metaphor choice, but, without a living person, it’s a bullet without a gun. Humility, I hope, is something I portray, it’s something I practice, but spirit also directs me to be confident, courageous and professional.  

This leads to another pivotal, for me, series of conversations with spirit. When I started doing healings, the healers in spirit and angels present during the healings told me, we, the living were the healers, teachers and angels.

Prior to this, many and all the spiritual healers and mediums I’d met had informed about the hierarchy of spirit, the power and magnificence of ascended masters, angels and higher beings. It was inferred spirit didn’t need our help, spirit guided and through us healings occurred.

From 2000, I’ve spoken with many spiritual healers, some who had been doing healings for decades. They all described they weren’t doing the healings, the healing energy flowed through them and a higher power controlled the outcome. Most of those healers had a successful healing story to share, but when pushed, they only had one miraculous story and it had happened years ago when they had first started doing healings. Why? No one could tell me.

All the usual suspects were blamed: free will, soul contract, timing and God’s will. Their answers didn’t satisfy me and conversations with spirit didn’t support their reasons. Every spiritual/universal law told to me was ignored or questioned by my guides and spirit.

I was confused. Spirit’s response, “don’t be. Relax, smile and be yourself.” My guide, Gegu’s, first teaching was always be grateful and welcome surprise — surprise and gratitude. His most common guidance, “be small and do great things.”

In some healings I’m detached from the experience, an observer, in others I actively seek out the cause of illness and injury, and there are a vast number of variances of those themes. I don’t believe I’m in control of my experience.

My guides encourage me to ask the right questions. In this case it’s not what I experience that’s important, it’s how and why. I believe, the how is because I surrender and have faith. To determine why, we have to first identify the reason or reasons for asking: curiosity, fear, desire, exploration, etc. The context of investigation influences the finding.

Healing is an observing force that sees all without reactivity or judgment. That force sees/knows the construction of my experience without investigation. Possibly, my experience is the result of my desire to explain what I’m doing and how I’m doing it.

Here’s another piece of the mystery and answer, or not. J The collective mind/experience creates a thread for followers to tap into. I see this in what I call old school spiritual practices. When a person has a spiritual/spirit experience and then becomes a spiritual teacher, his students have similar experiences. The first experience becomes common, and, by human design or eccentricity, common law.

Now we have a way of communicating to spirit and a matching energy thread. Another individual and group, not connected to the first spiritual experience or the time, will by default connect to the energy thread of the first experience. What if the first experience was misinterpreted? Culture, generational culture, and time all influence interpretation and maintain something to be true. But what if it never was? Spiritual law or spiritual habit?

Tomorrow, a decade from now, my questions, answers and healing technique and responses will change. They must if I am and we are to evolve.

As Joseph said, we each have our own journey. Surprisingly, every statement I think or write, my guide questions. Here, it’s, “do you, my son?” It’s probably more accurate to say we’re all on a singular journey.

I know, worldwide, there are many wonderful healers doing extraordinary things, but it’s the healings that don’t occur that drive me. I lost my train of thought here. J The after-affects I experience during healings are tied to this.

Love and healing to you all, Simon 

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Monday, 20 April 2015

Ordered Chaos and Healing After-Effects

I’m At Frank DeMarco’s Blog!

Frank DeMarco is, hands down, the most authentic spirit channel I’ve read. He’s authored some great books, one I’m reading now, and others are on my to read list. I encourage you to visit his website, read the articles there and check out book links.

I left the following comment on this post, Rita on The Process of Communicating, which Frank shared in this post, Simon Hay on Entanglement and Healing. My comment describes the after-effects I experience from doing healings and my thoughts on the reasons why.

Hi Frank and Rita.
I’m following your conversations with interest, although I’m not always commenting. The fatigue and after-effects I experience working with spirit during healings feels different than the fatigue I experience communicating with spirit.
In varying degrees, I ‘feel’ and re-experience everything spirit is sharing. If the experience is unfamiliar and new I fatigue quicker and can also experience physical responses in my body: aches, nausea, phantom bruising and injuries, visible marks (not so common now), etc.
When I heal an illness or injury I’ve not encountered before, and work with new healers in spirit, the vibration/frequency of the illness and healers feels metallic, magnetic (uncomfortably), out of rhythm, smells and taste bad (all senses record frequency, and, for me, re-enforces the duality and non-separation of physical and nonphysical). In these healings I fatigue quicker, feel nauseous, my breathing slows and, I believe, my blood pressure drops. The next time I encounter the illness, injury or life event I don’t experience any uncomfortable responses.
Spirit, my guides, describe consciousness, the community of consciousness as ordered chaos, and illness as unordered chaos.
This is a descriptive analogy — because it feels this way and is created from the platform of my life — the strands of consciousness of illness and disharmonious action/life are tense and entangled with similar strands. The chaos is chaotic, not ordered. This causes the fatigue and physical/non-physical responses.
The entanglement creates and grows (although I don’t believe it’s a measurable mass) and I believe it’s why generations of families and nations repeat patterns of behaviour. i.e. conflict.
The community of minds and the community of inter-personal consciousness (my guides uses this descriptive to describe the ‘true’ frequency we’re vibrating at and the actual conversation we’re having with consciousness) create frequencies of creation. Access points (don’t know if I should place a ? here).
It’s these access points where the healing vibration can be most affective.
The tension and resistance, which can be from the conscious, subconscious, or inter-personal consciousness of the client, community, nation and event causes the fatigue and after-effects.
I’ve not shared this anywhere else nor have I written it down. This has come from reading your conversations with Rita.
I spoke with Moses yesterday and he’s asked me to share my healing and spirit experiences. I’ve not been writing enough for some time.

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Tuesday, 7 April 2015

A client asked, “Why don’t you do healings and readings in the city?”

Today clients asked, “Why don’t you do healings and readings in the city?” Most of the locations I visit are in country towns, or suburbs on the outskirts of city centres. They had driven three hours to see me and one had flown from Perth to Melbourne before the drive, so it was a fair question. The main reason is that no one’s invited me to an inner city location, and a secondary reason is that I’m a country boy at heart and I’m more comfortable in that environment. One of those reasons is a personal observation and probably has no relevance at all.

Many years ago, a client contacted me and asked me to visit Gatton, a country Queensland town. I did and filled three days of bookings. A client in Gatton told a friend who contacted me and invited me to Geelong in Victoria. That pattern continues and I always say yes to new opportunities. It’s beneficial to connect with people in an original way.

I’ve worked from a farmhouse, an hour’s drive from a shopping centre, but twenty minutes from a pub in either direction, that felt like the middle of nowhere. When I arrived I wondered why I was there. Of the 16+ people who booked to see me, all had been sexually abused in childhood, had been in abusive relationships in adulthood and most had friends and family in spirit who had suicided.

I’m a healer. I don’t choose locations to visit locations choose me. Spirit mange my marketing and itinerary. As long as I keep saying yes to opportunity and notice the signposts spirit places in my path, my career and life flow. With faith, courage and the willingness to act, I control how busy and successful I am, not chance. I believe I create chance, not stumble upon it. Spirit guide and teach dependant on the degree of a person’s fear and faith.

I hope to visit your town or city soon.

Halls Gap, Victoria, Australia

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