Why post: Can you help?

Why post: Can you help?

 

When you signed up at one of the Spirit Festivals for my blog, I promised I wouldn’t post too much. As you might have noticed, I have kept this promise. I have hardly posted at all. A few people have noted this and suggested I do more posts. But before I started, I needed to think more deeply about why I haven’t been posting.

I am writing several books, some for a USA publisher on behalf of The Newton Institute and two that will be submitted under my own name. These books use client cases. Publishers require unpublished material. This has inhibited me from writing about cases in my blogs. I can use a case twice provided the words written are different. I take my commitments seriously so this means tracking all that is written. Possible, but time consuming and complicated.

So what should I be writing about in my blogs? What would people like to know? I have come up with a couple of ideas.

I have spent the last twenty-five years focussing on recovery, recovering the parts of myself lost in the struggle to survive, not just in this life but also in other lives. Shamans have a name for this process, “calling the spirit back.” The idea is to become whole. Interestingly the word “holy” comes from this concept. I make no claim to be enlightened but I am endeavouring to live an enlightened life, choosing to do my best to overcome many challenges. I thought I would share some of my journey with you.

From 1998 to 2008, I was a regular contributing writer for The Courier Mail, Queensland’s major newspaper. At the time, I was a private practising psychologist named Karen Nixon and I wrote from that perspective. Although I wrote feature articles from time to time, mostly I had a column where I answered client’s questions. This was fun. I enjoyed answering questions using my experience with my psychology clients, clients who taught me a great deal. Readers seemed to enjoy this approach too and I developed quite a following.

I wonder if you have any questions you would like answered. Past life and life between lives regressions give us much information about life and the Afterlife. I would like to share some of this wisdom with you, focussed on your needs and curiousity. All you need to do is ask. You can email me via the contact page on this website. When useful, I will still refer to client cases, with clients’ permission, of course.  I am very fortunate that ninety-nine percent of clients give me permission to anonymously use their cases when they fill out their intake form.

These are my ideas about the content for my blog. I am interested in any ideas you have and anything you would like to know. Please comment below or contact me via my contact page if anything comes to mind. I would love you to share your thoughts and ideas.

Thank you!

 

 

Psychedelic Drugs and Spiritual Hypnosis

Eagle soaring

Recently a client told me about her experience in South America at an Ayahuasca retreat.

Ayahuasca is a psychedelic drug that induces altered states of consciousness. The active ingredient in Ayahuasca is N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a chemical that was artificially synthesised in 1959.

Ayahuasca has been used in special ceremonies by the South American Indians for thousands of years. Shamans conduct these ceremonies that are focussed on healing and personal transformation.

My client had a number of profound spiritual experiences while under the drug at the retreat. One positively changed her life-long troubled relationship with her mother. She reported that other people on the retreat also had transformative experiences.

The drug, Ayahausca, becomes active when two different plants are mixed together. Unfortunately there are toxic chemicals in these plants as well as the active ingredients. These toxic chemicals can make you extremely sick with nausea and vomiting. The Shamans reframe this toxic reaction as necessary purging and say it is part of getting rid of your toxins. Actually it is just getting rid of the toxins you ingested from the plants.

People who take Ayahuasca report leaving their bodies, going to heaven or the “other side,” becoming infinite and close to God. They describe it as being like a Near Death Experience (NDE). http://highexistence.com/ayahuasca-a-story-of-death-rebirth-and-love/

Others warn that taking these psychedelic drugs can be dangerous. You might experience a bad trip and pick up negative energies. https://www.shamanportal.org/article_details.php?id=961

Another way

There is another way to have the profound experiences described by people who take these psychedelic drugs. That is the reason my client was coming to me. She could see that a Life Between Lives Regression (LBL) could offer a similar experience, but without the debilitating purging.

As described by many people, experiences of a LBL, a NDE and psychedelic drugs are similar. There is death, leaving the body, going to the Afterlife and other Realms, meeting loved ones who have passed, meeting your soul group, gaining wisdom and love from the Council of Elders, God or other Enlightened Beings, going to where you planned your current life, sometimes going to other planets or galaxies.

Another client, Henry, came for a LBL, expressing his interest in one day taking psychedelic drugs to further open his mind. Before we started the LBL, we created an intention for a psychedelic experience during the LBL.

Although words are inadequate to describe what happened, what follows is what Henry reported to me during his experience. There were long pauses between his sentences when his visualisations were unfolding.

I feel so big I cover a galaxy. I am being shown that I am a part of all that is.

Now I have felt myself come back into a physical form and I can see my chakras with all their lines of energy around me, and coming into me.

I am floating and really small. Tiny. Tiny.

There is something massive spinning in front of me, like a Ferris wheel, only huge. I am watching it. It’s a great big energy vortex.

Now I am a spot of light, a speck of dust in the sunshine.

Back now, floating in space.

I am looking at the world from the view of an eagle. I am the eagle, sweeping over a mountain, watching some people walking along a path cut into the bush on the side of the mountain. I feel free.

I just landed on the limb of a dead tree.

Now I feel the dome of the world pushing down on me, like I am being screwed into a glass jar.

I asked Henry what this meant.

It’s the restriction of physical life, pushing down on me, rather than me being who I really am.

I ask Henry is it possible to be free and physical.

Yes. That is what we are working towards.

I am looking over the horizon while standing on a high plateau. I see the arc of the world, the curve of the horizon. I feel peaceful and contented as if everything is right, in place. And I have a sense of freedom.

Now I am walking through skyscrapers and crowds of people, like in New York or Tokyo. At the same time, I have that high panorama in front of me, like a hologram reflected on an oval-shaped, translucent egg that surrounds me. Even in this tight, crowded place, I have this wide perspective giving me that same sense of freedom and contentment.

Henry was thrilled by this “trip.”

While he was still in the trance, I gave him the opportunity to anchor this wide, freeing perspective into many areas of his daily life so he would continue to carry this new sense of personal power and freedom with him.

I want you to know that you don’t have to go to South America and take toxic plants to have a psychedelic experience that can positively change your life.

You can do it safelywith any Micheal Newton Institute practioner, of which there are over 200 around the world.

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