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Today, The Healing SHIFT steps down the unknown path of blogging. The Blogging section on our web portal intends to bring to your attention, the many concepts and thoughts, ideas and beliefs from leading experts in their prospective fields around the globe. Articles and concepts, often controversial, concerning the emotional, mental, and spiritual health of the human being will be explored and questioned. It may prompt you to consider different ways of thinking that you may never have ever contemplated. We challenge you to, open your mind, take a different perspective, and go within to source answers. We know that you will only be drawn to information that resonates with you at the time. We welcome any feedback and suggestions of topics you would like to be covered. We stand only in presentation of information and publish without judgement.  Contact: 0411 201 302



High Energy Nutrition

It is no secret that the collective is sick. Rates of obesity, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, autoimmune diseases, and various other chronic illnesses are higher than they have ever been. Uncovering why this is so would take an article in its own right, but we can think of this state of our collective in relation to health on each level – physical, as well as emotional, mental, and spiritual – as misalignment. It may be discussed within spiritual circles that a breatharian lifestyle, that is, living off prana, chi, or life force energy, is the future of humanity. However, we must honour where we are before we can transcend to where we are not. We must find alignment within our current frequency match to food and external nourishment and undergo deep rounds of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual detoxification to cleanse any and all toxins, including limiting beliefs, lower based emotions, and physical illness, before we could entertain the thought of a breatharian lifestyle, or be a long-term frequency match to this way of living.


What Controls our Biology? Genes or Beliefs?

Dr Bruce Lipton is an American who began his scientific career as a cell Biologist. Today he is a pioneer in a NEW biology called “Epigenetics”. This is the study of biological mechanisms that will switch genes on and off. He is Internationally recognised leader in bridging the gap between science and spirit and best known for promoting the idea that genes and DNA can be manipulated by a person's beliefs.



Change is inevitable. You might as well choose the change that your Soul craves!

There’s just one thing your Soul is here for. And that’s to experience itself, through the process of choice and consequence.

Which also means your Soul is never going to think to itself: “Life is good. We’re just going to keep doing what we’re doing for the next forty years or so. I don’t want to experience myself any differently than this.”

No, your Soul is always going to want to experience itself in NEW and different ways, through NEW choices and NEW consequences!

Our ego, on the other hand, gets highly attached to keeping things exactly as they are, most especially when life is pretty darn good. Why change anything when we have enough money in the bank, are pretty healthy, our relationships are fairly fulfilling, and we’re generally doing okay?

And so our dear ego, in an effort to keep us as safe and comfortable as possible, will block the whispers and inspirations of the Soul that nudge us to go from good to great. We’ll look around our life and think to ourselves: “There’s really nothing else I want.”

This is a lie the ego tells us. Because your Soul will always want a new experience of itself.

And here’s the ugly truth we often don’t want to acknowledge for ourselves. If we don’t proactively create change … then change will seem to happen “to” us, often manifesting as wake-up calls that threaten our financial or physical well-being.

You may have heard the saying: “In nature, everything is either growing, or dying.” That’s a rather dramatic way of saying that stagnation is simply not an option. We are either expanding into our Divinity, or in the process of decline, however gradual that decline might be.

So here are three questions to help you consciously create your next experience, regardless of how good your current circumstances are:

1. What would you do with a “gap” year?

Imagine, for a second, that you could call a “time out” on your current life. For a whole year, you could slip into a different reality, take on a new profession, travel anywhere, experience new relationships and places. At the end of that year, you can slip right back into your current life, and nobody will realize that you’ve taken a year off. For your loved ones, it’s as if that year never happened. What would you do with that year? Who would you be? Where would you go?

2. If you could have just ONE superpower … what would it be?

Would you choose invisibility? Superhuman speed? Time travel? Teleportation? Mind-reading? Strength? The ability to fly? Pick a superpower - but you only get one! And now ask yourself why that superpower is so appealing to you. What would you do with it? What values are inherent to that superpower? What would you experience in your life if you had that superpower?

3. Whose life would you borrow for a day?

Imagine being able to slip into someone else’s skin for 24 hours. For a whole day, you could be President. Or a rock star. Or a spiritual leader. Or an athlete. The possibilities are endless! Who would you love to be for a day? And why?

The answers to these questions give you clues as to what experience your Soul is yearning for! And while you may not actually be able to teleport, you can get on an airplane and travel the world. You may not become invisible, but you can give yourself more time alone. And you may not become Oprah for the day, but you can interview people you respect and admire for your YouTube channel. You won’t be able to walk out of your life for a whole year, either. But you can start making new choices in order to give yourself the new experience of new consequences.

Change is inevitable. You might as well choose the change that your Soul craves!

(ANON) – (I am unaware which book this extract was taken from, and wish to thank the writer for their wisdom)


The natural Gift of Healing

Each emotion has its own vibratory signature, and when intense emotions are felt, they can become trapped in your body, much like a ball of energy.
These “balls of energy” can become lodged just about anywhere in your body, where they can then cause disruptions in your body’s energy system, which underlies your physical system much like an invisible matrix.
Your body is both biochemical and biophysical, and disruptions in your field of energy will eventually result in physical dysfunction. It’s interesting to note that certain emotions are known to be associated with pain in certain regions of your body, even though science cannot give an explanation for why.



Himalayan Salt Lamps are carved out of the Himalayan salt mines. They are natural negative ionizers and dehumidifiers. What does that mean exactly? What reported Health benefits do they hold?
Gregg Prescott (In5d) explains: that the air around us is filled with electrically charged particles. Positively or negatively charged, they are called ions, continually occurring in the atmosphere. They must be kept in balance.
Negative ions are air molecules created naturally in lightning storms and rainstorms, next to waterfalls and near strong waves, by means of sunlight and wind; they are abundant in forests, in mountain areas and in proximity of water. This is why we feel energized in fresh country air or by a waterfall. Research conducted in the last decade concluded that negative ions have a positive effect on health like improving mood swings, relieving seasonal depression, fatigue, stress and headaches as they affect oxygen and serotonin levels in the bloodstream.


You can preserve your energy with controlling people

I found a blog by S. Newman and decided to add to it, from my experience treating clients and providing an avenue for mental and emotional healing. This Blog in about “control” and how to maintain your energy.

The need to control others may not make a lot of sense to you. If you’re a live-and-let-live person, you’d never want to control someone else. Even if you’re a perfectionist, you stay on your own case all day, not necessarily someone else’s.

But controllers are out there. They want to micromanage what you say, how you act, even what you think quietly in your own mind. This is how they get their energy – they take yours. It could be your boss, your spouse, or even your parent. You can’t be yourself around them. They insist on being your top priority and want undue influence over your life.


Increasing the Joy in your Life

25 Ways to Add More Joy into Your Life:

Take a deep, slow breath. Conscious breathing helps restore mind-body equilibrium, and it also improves focus, allowing you to use your time more efficiently and be more productive.

Spend more time outside.
Go out for a walk on your lunch break. In the morning. Or in the middle of the night. It’ll help clear away mental clouds and change your perspective on things.

Read a book.
Read a hardback instead of checking your Facebook and Twitter newsfeed or watching TV. It’s better fun, and it’ll stimulate your mind more.

Revive forgotten bonds.
Get back in touch with an old friend or distant relative. Arrange to have a round of drinks with them and do the catching up.

Spread positivity as you go.
Give a compliment to a complete stranger. Or to a loved one, if you haven’t done it lately.

Do something new every day.
Getting out of your comfort zone keeps inspiration and passion for life alive. Do something new every day: it’ll help you grow and stay motivated and happy.

Keep your inner dreamer alive.
On less than stellar days, take the time to come up with a new dream or goal you’ll strive to achieve in the next couple of months.

Make time for love.
As busy as you may be, you should never let family and loved ones take the backseat to work or chores. Don’t let your days on Planet Earth go to waste: make time for love, every day.

Recharge your batteries in silence.
Life is stressful, but silence and peace can help handle everyday problems and worries. Take the time to be alone when you need to recharge your batteries.

Check out the slides and swings in the park. Remember what it felt like to be a kid, and don’t be ashamed to let your inner child out to play even if you’re well into your 50s.

Laugh out loud.
Laugh out loud. Even if it sounds funny. Even if you snort when laughing. Even if you don’t feel like laughing at all. It’ll help relieve stress and boost your mental performance.

Do charity work.
Donate gently used clothes to the Red Cross. Lend a hand in meal prep at the local soup kitchen. Teach homeless kids how to make DIY art masterpieces.

Learn to meditate.
Your thoughts can get out of hand if you don’t know how to silence your mind. Meditation is the best way to keep your train of thought in check, and you can learn it from a smartphone app or a YouTube tutorial.

Purge your home of clutter.
Even if you’re not a hoarder by nature, you probably have more possessions than you actually need. De-cluttering will help eliminate energy blocks while increasing your home’s comfort and functionality at the same time.

Turn negatives into positives.
For each negative thought that crosses your mind, come up with a positive one. Silver linings are everywhere; it’s up to you to find them – or make them yourself.

Support the less fortunate.
Donate a small amount of cash to help raise high school scholarships for girls from economically disadvantaged families.

Make a meal for the whole family.
Even if you don’t like to cook, try and make a healthy meal for your family. Bless each ingredient as you are preparing the meal and think of the food prep as a process of creating the love you’ll feed your loved ones.

Pat yourself on the head.
Compliment yourself on work well done, even if your day was a disaster. You made it through to bedtime – that alone means you’re a champ.

Be lazy
Drop your arm-long To Do list right now and take a few minutes to be lazy. You don’t have to do anything: your only task is to feel good in your skin and to love your life.

Give assumptions a heave-ho.
Don’t jump to conclusions based on hearsay. Challenge your beliefs, question your assumptions, and take every conclusion with a grain of doubt.

Focus on the present moment.
Instead of trying to juggle a hundred different responsibilities, focus on the present moment and tackle one task at a time. It’s less stressful and more effective.

Voice your emotions.
Don’t be ashamed to give voice to your emotions, even negative ones. Write down how you feel and put positive notes up on a cork panel and throw negative ones away.

Change your diet.
Food impacts your mood more than you think. Go over your menu and see where you can tweak it to healthier to usher in positivity, increased energy levels, and passion for life.

Learn to say No.
Saying No doesn’t make you a bad person: it makes you a human being with healthy boundaries. Learn to say No to the things you can’t or don’t want to do, and don’t let yourself be guilt-tripped into changing your mind.

Hunt down happy moments.
Life is neither black nor white all by itself: it’s made of moments the shade of which depends on your own perception. Take a minute to name things you’re grateful for, (get beyond material things) look for happy faces and sights as you walk down the street, and focus on thoughts that make you smile instead of those that make you sick.

Life’s amazing, and you should live it fully. Walk barefoot across the grass, laugh every day, spread love, positivity, and compassion, meditate, be active, eat healthy foods, and allow yourself to be all that you are – a universe unto itself.


How do you play it?

Amina Deb, greatest joy in is sharing various perspectives and tools on living your Individual Unique Truth to its fullest capacity possible. Here is her perspective on The Game of Life. 2016

We’ve all heard the metaphor before… The Game of Life. I find this to be a true analogy and one that assists me in navigating day to day interactions.


Healing starts INTERNALLY

Eckhart Tolle (The Power of Now, etc.) defines acceptance as a "this is it" response to anything occurring in any moment of life. There, strength, peace and serenity are available when one stops struggling to resist, or hang on tightly to what is so in any given moment.

Forgiveness is the intentional and voluntary process by which a victim undergoes a change in feelings and attitude regarding an offense, lets go of negative emotions such as vengefulness, with an increased ability to wish the offender well. Forgiveness is different from condoning (failing to see the action as wrong and in need of forgiveness), excusing (not holding the offender as responsible for the action), forgetting (removing awareness of the offense from consciousness), pardoning (granted for an acknowledged offense by a representative of society, such as a judge), and reconciliation (restoration of a relationship). well being. In fact, without the acceptance, it could lead to a host of psychological issues


Louise Hay creating her Legacy!

What an amazing woman. Louise Hay may she rest in peace.

This Blog needs little words, yet wide open ears. This documentary reiterates how we create everything that happens to us. We need to change the way we think. Especially the way we think about ourselves. Enjoy!  I have postered her song separately so you can sing along at the end, teach it to your kids, teach it to your class, sing it at staff meetings - share the wisom around!



"Even a fool, when he holds his peace, is counted wise: and he that shuts his lips is esteemed a man of understanding."
Proverbs 17:28 American King James Bible

One of the most obvious and significant attributes of humans is the ability to communicate through speech. An interesting corollary is that we can also communicate our thoughts in real time; we do not need to plan what we’re going to say before we say it. This has both advantages and disadvantages. It would clearly be undesirable for us to have to formulate our thoughts before issuing an immediate warning "run!” And communication would be dramatically slowed if we were unable to respond, fluidly, to people in normal conversation.

On the other hand, this innate ability is often the source of consternation when what we say on the spur of the moment is something we later wish we had either not said, or had said differently; it, sometimes, happens to each of us. The trick is to remember when. Typically, this happens when we are responding in stressful situations, or during confrontation, although it can happen at any time. Recognizing that we do not always say what we would like to communicate is an important realization. Mitigating this issue is not complex, but it does require some behavioral changes. The goal is to be aware of when to talk naturally and fluidly and when to think before we speak and when not to speak at all.