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Why It’s Time To Accept Humanity’s Power of Creation and The Soul’s Journey
Category: Consciousness
Tags: Alternative Knowledge Amazing Universe Consciousness Empowerment Esoterica

by Michael Forrester


There Are No Victims In This World – Why It’s Time To Accept Humanity’s Power of Creation and The Soul’s Journey

It’s still a concept difficult to accept, even by those well-versed in meta-physical sciences, but we all create our own reality, from health to disease, happiness to sorrow and birth to death. There is not one experience that is not governed by our own creation. When we choose to experience what we perceive as violent or even horrific events in our lives, others tend to unleash very emotional judgements on those experiences without any concept of their higher purpose. We are not so much in a journey of discovery, but more of creation and it’s not as important to find out who we are, but who we want to be.

It’s All About Our Choices…Yes Yours Too

The world is in a specific state and condition because of the choices we have made (or have failed to make) as a collective. Yes, there is blame and pointing fingers–he did, she did, they did, the dark powers did, the powers that be did. Well who are those people and entities? They are you, part of you and part of who you are. Whether it falls within your comprehension or not, the Earth is in its current state because of you, just as your life is the way it is because of the choices you have made–or failed to make. We are all one and operating in one unit. Although it may not seem this way…it is.

There are no right or wrong choices. They are just choices and your life experience can be no other way than how you design it to be. You are the orchestrator, architect and designer all combined into one. Your thoughts are pure energy translating every frequency into an experience. Do you think your thoughts end after they leave your heart and mind? They never end. If anything they will go out into the universe and come back at you like a boomerang.

All thoughts are creative and attract the energy that they emit. Love will attract love and fear will attract fear, but the greatest masters that have ever walked the Earth are those who have loved unconditionally in every moment of their lives. Even as they were being tortured or killed, they loved those who were considered their oppressors or murderers because they understood these people were part of them and part of the grand cycle, so they and their oppressors may rise to their highest purpose.


We have reached a critical mass now on Earth where duality is being left in the dust and multiple perspectives are bringing us together to understand each other in ways we never thought possible. We are all seeing each other for who we really are, but more than this, for who we can and want to be.

The Soul Knows Exactly What It Needs

In actuality, we need not attract anything. The frequencies that are trying to communicate with us to help us achieve our highest purpose are all around us, all the time. They are constantly trying to reach us. The problem is, we are always rejecting them. Once we let go of our fears, worries, anger, stress, anxiety, guilt, shame and all other emotions deterring us from our true selves, all of these frequencies will finally become part of who we are and we will never go back to who we once were.

Our soul knows everything intimately. It does not have to be taught anything. Only the human ego perceives that it must learn from an outside source to understand. But all the understanding and wisdom that is possible lies within. We all know how to heal ourselves from any disease, attract any relationship and correct and perceived negative into a positive.

However, knowing is not enough for the soul. It must experience and this is the soul’s primary reason for incarnating on Earth.

The soul experiences through choice. So why do souls choose to experience what we perceive as good and bad choices? This is where the human ego cannot fathom tragedy and horrific events as choice. This is the point where most of humanity cannot separate emotion from an understanding of a soul’s journey.

We have lived hundreds even thousands of lives on Earth. Each life created a specific circumstance to assist in the soul’s highest purpose and each successive incarnation is perfectly positioned to fulfill a prior lesson in the last life. So we cannot possibly judge another soul’s journey in this life because we have little concept of what the soul has come to experience in its current incarnation.

There Are Absolutely No Victims

Is it wealth, poverty, success, failure, power, greed, or being what we consider a predator, murderer, abuser, or is it being the victim, the one abused or murdered. We are only human. We cannot make those judgements because we do not know what is in the soul’s agenda book. We cannot experience anything without attracting it. We create each experience long before it commences.

So do we ask to be murdered, raped, abused, or tortured? Yes, yes, yes and yes. Do we ask to be in a loving family, cared for, supported and encouraged? Yes, yes, yes and yes. They are all different types of experiences created through different frequencies, but they are only frequencies which are neutral in nature. Humanity places the negative or positive labels on these frequencies which are then translated into vibrations and experiences.

A murderer in this life may choose to experience being a victim in the next life and may also choose to be murdered by the same soul who incarnated as the victim in this life. Once the curtains close, we are all one on the other side. There is no right and wrong.

Equally, a child who is abused and raped by their father may reverse roles in the next life to experience the duality on Earth. The soul who incarnated as the abused child may then choose to be the abuser. But the soul is always hoping for one thing–that the incarnation chooses love above all else. That its connection with source is stronger than the human ego. If the lesson is not learned, the incarnations will continue until the soul has achieved what it has come on Earth to learn.

Evil Is a Human Perception Not A Universal Reality

Does this mean that the Hitlers, Maos, and Stalins of the Earth did not receive punishment? There is no judgement on the other side. Why would there be? These souls made contracts with each other before they incarnated. How would you feel if you and bunch of your friends all committed to a mutual agreement before a specific event only to find out all bets were off after the event took place? There is no hell or sin and these are just figments of the human imagination which has allowed the world to better process duality. God loves all unconditionally.

Evil as perceived by humanity does not really exist. It consists of what can be referred to as a negative energy that draws from a series of frequencies which create a specific vibration. This vibration segregates, separates and diversifies consciousness. Positive energy binds, integrates, unifies and makes consciousness one. The former hinders communication while the latter allows for communication in harmony.

Souls Choose Their Path Very Carefully – Don’t Judge It

Souls may choose to incarnate into a specific family to learn what it is like to feel “negative energy” so that they may continue to cycle that method of communication as they become adults and then either choose a path of enlightenment or not. The same applies for souls who incarnate into loving families who encourage only positive communication and as they become adults–they may choose to maintain that vibration or choose an alternate path of “negative energy” if necessary. More often than not, a soul which chooses to incarnate in a family which encourages positive communication will maintain that vibration their entire lives, where those who incarnate into families who communicate based on fear and the negative will have a much harder time changing their vibration. But again, this is the path they have designed for themselves.

Souls may incarnate to feel powerless in their incarnation and choose a lifetime of physical and mental control over others–domination and emitting that vibration to others around them. This is their path and they continue this cycle through negative behaviors because all they have provided themselves with are negative tools. It is all they know. Because they feel only powerlessness, they must exert dominance through their positions in the workforce, family, relationships and other life circumstances. It is the only way they can feel normal with some sense of importance in the world.

These people usually have tremedous pain deep inside and more than anything else need those people on positive energetic paths to show them how to let go of their fear and find that space within themselves that can be loved unconditionally, so they may release these patterns once and for all. It always comes down to love and every being can snap out of any negative programming with the right communication tools. All it takes is the right person with the right set of energetic and communication skills, and any conversion is possible. Who we surround ourselves with is key to our growth and spiritual evolution.

Human beings judge the contracts souls make because they have difficulty understanding why specific behaviors come from some humans and not others. It’s because we all have different lessons to learn, but make no mistake, every human being on the planet right now is a divine master at the game we call Earth. So powerful in their mastery that behind the veil, even they can hide their greatest powers from themselves.

We Are Limitless

The soul is limitless. It has no boundaries as humans do. Think of the soul as the Grand Master of a video game. When we select the Grand Master, we never lose. So we must select weaker opponents until we arrive at the point where we become so efficient at playing with a weaker opponent that we can one day come close to challenging the Grand Master. Humanity is arriving at this point on Earth. We are beginning to see that we have powers that have been hidden for so long, that it is now time to embrace them and unleash their magic for we are all really magicians.

In this incredible time of awakening, adopt an open mind and see through the multiple perspectives that are now more readily available to you at every experience. You can see things today like you never could before. Take the time to practice emitting a vibration that encompasses love, kindness and patience. Every soul has their own journey and it’s not your position to judge, but to allow the experience and be amazed at how we can all create each and every moment in our lives through our own design and the way we intended…always have….always will.

You are a master. You are deeply and unconditionally loved. You are part of all that is. You are consciousness…you are God and we are all one.

Michael Forrester is a spiritual counselor and is a practicing motivational speaker for corporations in Japan, Canada and the United States.


The Zen Gardner Witch Trials. Mass Hysteria in the Alternative Truth Movement Tags: Consciousness Empowerment Overcoming Social Commentary Transformation

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Wow! Ok, so here goes…on todays show Mel Ve and I discuss the latest events around the disclosure of Zen Gardners history of being involved in a controversial cult called the Children of God. This show was done just two hours after Zen gave his first interview on CCN with Angela Power Disney telling his side of things.

The disclosure around Zen’s past certainly rocked the “alternative truth movement” circles. However, things are not as black and white as they seem. In a world where apathy rules and evil is allowed to run rampant without so much as a glance from the zombified  audiences, we find it quite interesting that there has been a sudden  side taking outrage over this that reminds me of something… I can’t quite put my finger on it… Oh yeah, that’s it! THE SALEM WITCH TRIALS!!!

If you want to get the “essence” of what appears to be going on right now in the alternative media world go to 1:17:00-1:20:00 in this documentary movie that replays the scene when mass hysteria breaks out in a puritan village and a group of hysterical teenage girls, who are trying to cover up their own transgressions suddenly start falsely accusing innocent people of being witches and ultimately condemning them to death.

If Zen’s past involvement with a cult is something that bothers you and you choose to not read or support his work anymore, than that is something you have every right to do.  I read ALL THE ARTICLES ON BOTH SIDES. I watched the documentaries and the interview with Zen. I saw the facts about the cult and the opinions of the people.  I think the cult is horrible thing. I think all cults are. That’s why I’ve spent the time I have with Mel Ve trying to uncover ways for cult members to heal from this kind of abuse.  I think these cults are satanic at their roots, even if they claim to do things in the name of God, which offends me and my faith to no end.


However, remember this: not a single victim has come forth with accusations around Zen.  NO VICTIM, NO CRIME.   Do we really want to allow our society to turn into one led by witch hunts and lynching mobs? What about Nazi Germany? Didn’t they do this then? What about the inquisition? Didn’t they do this then?  This is all planned folks. It’s a sting operation meant to turn us into savages to destroy each other.  So before you choose to ignore your own critical thinking and grab your pitchfork and torch to join the hate mob, let me ask you this: WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF SOMEONE DECIDED TO MAKE YOU THE NEXT TARGET TO TAKE DOWN????  Cause you know that’s how this crap always turns out….

Please folks, think about it before you act on anything. Don’t do something your going to regret. Don’t burn your bridges or your friends, because you’re going to need them when this whole thing flips around again, which it will.

Here’s the discussion I had with Mel Ve on the No Holding back show around this issue. The first 10 minutes are updates, then we go into the discussion around the Zen Gardner issue. Its well worth a listen.

Also here is the interview that Zen Gardner gave with Angela Power Disney just two hours prior:



Who Is the Man We Know as Zen Gardner ?



Now and Zen: To Whom It May Concern

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A Dime a Dozen:

I find it fascinating how people instinctually respond to events that don’t even happen to them.  We as human beings have a tendency to overreact to the choices, actions and lifestyles of others, while we underreact to those of our own.  We do so because of our lack of communication, experience and understanding about the circumstances of others.  Our interpretations are based upon inaccurate and incomplete perceptions.  We are quicker to criticize, judge, shame and dispose of people in our lives than we are to make a difference.  Some do this to take opportunity from the downfall and disgraces of others, while most subscribe to this sociopathic behavior to conceal their dependency, disappointment, embarrassment, hurt and pain.

Spiritual Elitism:

Yes, we all have it.  Get over it.  My friend Elva just recently wrote an article entitled, “The Writing on the Wall,” in which she acknowledges the awakening of the human race, then poses the question “what are we awakening to?”  This is a much greater concept to ponder in light of the accelerated era of decline in which we currently find ourselves.  We who have committed and practice a path of spirituality may not understand that with the expansion of our consciousness, so does our ego grow in equal or greater measure.  When we chase after the light we are not present to the darkness we overlook in ourselves.  Spirituality has become the new religion.  As a culture we fail to observe the pompous influence of our judgement and self-righteousness.

Experience teacheth Wisdom?

Each of us have our own experiences.  Though, we are more often preoccupied with those of others than our own.  We are swift to pounce upon the downfallen in society to bolster our own image and status in the world.  We manufacture false power through the negativity of demeaning, demonizing and disgracing others.  We present ourselves as aggressive, arrogant, cynical, disempowering and sanctimonious much to our oblivion even when we express ourselves with the greatest of intentions.  Our experiences teach us ways to break the patterns of society’s conditioning that ultimately transmutes humanity into a monstrosity.  We sacrifice the wisdom we may kindle in life to achieve, acquire, compete, dominate and exceed.


Where is the Love?

We all embody ourselves as being civilized, creative, educated, intelligent, kind, spiritual and transcendent.  Yet, when we find ourselves in challenging and overwhelming circumstances, we turn on ourselves and each other as fast as the speed of light.  Our greatest friends become our bitterest enemies.  What we believed, felt and thought yesterday is quickly discarded when we are confronted with conflicting beliefs or opinions distinct from our own.  We not only disagree, we respond with outright anger, disdain, frustration and vitriol.  Gradually we degrade and destroy all which we do not or are not willing to accept, consider or understand.  The love we once had for everyone evaporates.  Even our love for ourselves.

Idyllic Life:

None of us, no matter how clever, creative, smart or spiritual we believe we are, are the ideal human being.  Each of us has downfalls, flaws, negativity and weaknesses.  This is the nature of humanity.  It isn’t the people that present themselves with authenticity and integrity with who we have to be critical and suspicious.  It is all who chose to present themselves as the ideal expression of existence we should be wary.  These are the people who are manipulating reality to gain advantage, advancement, position and the conversion of the world to their own image, lifestyle and vision.  The more we fashion ourselves in the shadow of others, the more personal power we sacrifice upon the altar of self-importance.

Mirror Image:

Everyone and everything in our lives serves is an all-encompassing mirror.  How we respond to these elements of our experience determines how we think, feel, act and are.  The attention and energy we give them ultimately produces the events that will occur to us in our present and future.  How and who we choose to be in our everyday life defines who we become and who and what we attract into it.  We do not get how powerful we are as human beings.  If we did, we most certainly would not be jumping on the comment sections of website articles to take out our angst, drama, failures, fears, insecurities and disappointments about how our lives turned out due to our own lack of investment, involvement and fulfillment.

Ready, Aim…Fire!

Our proverbial guns are locked and loaded for bear in any circumstance we may find ourselves.  We are tinderboxes bouncing off of each other, who at any moment can spark, ignite and explode.  More often than not we do so with the gravest of consequences.  When our environment, experience and perception is challenged and/or compromised, we instantaneously react with a fervor that even shocks and terrifies us.  By the time we are present to the impacts of our thoughts, words and actions, the damage has already been done.  The scariest revelation is that we are not even conscious of the harm we willingly inflict upon others, when we believe we have been betrayed, deceived, manipulated and lead astray.

Keyboard Assassins:

It is so easy, too easy, to sit down in front of a computer and open fire on what we perceive to be attacks upon our intelligence, faith, lifestyle, morals and well-being.  The inadequacies and insecurities of our lives are on full display when we feverishly tap out our anger, disappointment, frustration and upset on our keyboards with a passion that is evidently lacking in our lives.  No matter how much we engage in virtual confrontations upon the comment streams of someone else’s article will never change what is happening around us.  We can only transform that which is occurring within us depending upon how we respond.  The difference we make in our lives and the lives of others begins with our ability to accept all for who they are and who they are not.

Zen and Bear It:

I have known Zen Gardner for a few years.  We email back and forth occasionally, share articles on and have similar interests.  Most of us on the site do, contributors and readers alike.  I read his article, “The Missing Years,” and was surprised at the vitriolic response it received.  As I was reading, I became present to a part of his life that was both difficult and revelationary, written with sincere authenticity.  We never know what we are into completely until we see “The Writing on the Wall.”  Zen made a choice to make a difference and attempt to transform injustices he became aware of about something in which he once believed.  When he realized he could not, he left it and moved on with his life.  The question we all must ask ourselves every day is, “do we choose to make an opinion or a difference?”


Now and Zen: To Whom It May Concern


The Art of Shifting Your Reality
Category: Esoterica
Tags: Alternative Science Consciousness Empowerment Esoterica

The Art of Shifting Your Reality:
4 Deep Practices for Clearing Emotional Blockages and Harnessing the Power of Your Subconscious Mind

By Joseph Drumheller


Joy, happiness, excitement, passion, purpose, meaning, peace, contentment, fulfillment, abundance, freedom, etc. How many of us get to experience these words, let alone live them out on a daily basis? Not nearly enough.

The adventure we’re about to embark on will lead into the realm of these words. It’s the sole reason for taking up a spiritual path: to increase the quality of life. Try to keep that in mind. A friend of mine once told me, “There are two kinds of people in this world, those who say ‘I can’ and those who say ‘I can’t.’ And ya know what? They’re both right.” The events in our lives are outward projections of what’s lurking in our subconscious mind. That includes our thoughts, feelings, perceptions, and beliefs. We are who we think, feel, and believe we are. That goes for the good and the bad. If that’s so, can we intentionally put thoughts, feelings, perceptions, and beliefs into the subconscious mind to create our future? The answer is: You bet! It’s called manifesting.

“Whoever you think you are as person and however you think the world operates will be reflected back to you in the events of your life.”

Manifesting is simply utilizing the creative force of the subconscious mind by directing into the future. Anything is possible! The only limitation is what you can imagine. It’s like applying a powerful subconscious healing technique to the future. It can be applied to almost anything: healing, sports, technical skills, physical abilities, relationships, finances, health, etc. Roadblocks to manifesting show up as resistance and/or subconscious emotional charges. You’ll need to use subconscious healing and reprogramming techniques outlined later in this article to get rid of those.

And that’s why I’m here. I’m here to guide you through the process and help you avoid bumps along the way. The effort you put in will produce noticeable results in your daily life. It will also influence the lives of everyone you come in contact with. So if you’re interested in making your life and the world a better place, then by all means, please join me.

The Conscious Mind—Noise, Noise, Noise!

Each and every one of us on planet Earth walks around in this little bubble called the human mind. On the outer layer of the bubble is the conscious mind, a very important and influential part of our existence that differentiates us from animals. It’s our “awake” state of mind, the state where we spend the majority of our waking hours. It’s the home of our cognitive and rational thinking process and our ability to organize and categorize. Much of our society is steeped in the conscious mind, including science and modern medicine.


The following list is borrowed from Yvonne Oswald’s book, Every Word Has Power, detailing features of the conscious mind. The conscious mind:

1. Is aware of what it perceives.

2. Contacts reality through the five senses.

3. Gathers and sorts information.

4. Communicates to the Divine through the subconscious.

5. Thinks deductively.

6. Makes choices and judgments.

7. Reviews information and draws conclusions.

8. Makes generalizations.

9. Likes to analyze and categorize.

10. Requests information from the subconscious.

The conscious mind is an incredible thinking machine. It just doesn’t stop. My favorite description of the mind’s activity is written by Eckhart Tolle in A New Earth: “Thinking isn’t something you do; thinking is something that happens to you.” Many of these thoughts are unfocused noise and chatter. Mind chatter can range from mildly annoying to downright debilitating. There are numerous self-help books out there that encourage us to train ourselves to think positively. However, due to the sheer volume of thought we have, our control over the human mind and our mental chatter is fairly limited.


Simply recognizing mental chatter and the effect it has on your life is the first step in learning to dissipate its power. If the chatter is excessively noisy, there is likely a strong underlying emotional charge generating it from the subconscious mind.

The Subconscious Mind

Underlying the conscious mind in the human mind bubble is the subconscious mind. By definition, we are not normally aware of this aspect of our being (sub means under). While we are busy going about our day, deeply engrossed in the conscious mind, the subconscious mind lies quietly beneath the surface. It’s the home of the nonphysical realms of the human experience. Some aspects include our dreams, emotions, ideas, and imagination.

healing-the-subconscious-mind-rainbow-lightthe power of the subconscious mind over our perceptions and reality is immense.

The following list is borrowed from Yvonne Oswald’s book, Every Word Has Power, detailing features of the subconscious. The subconscious mind:
1. Operates the physical body.

2. Has a direct connection with the Divine.

3. Remembers everything.

4. Stores emotions in the physical body.

5. Maintains genealogical instincts.

6. Creates and maintains least effort (repeating patterns).

7. Uses metaphor, imagery, and symbols.

8. Takes direction from the conscious mind.

9. Accepts information literally and personally.

10. Does not process negative commands.

In addition to those features listed above, the subconscious mind also holds our perceptions, subconscious beliefs of who we think we are as people and how we think the world operates. In other words, whoever we think we are as people and however we think the world operates quietly lives under the conscious mind in the subconscious. Our perceptions may be wonderful or painful. The subconscious mind does not evaluate or judge these perceptions; it simply accepts them as truth. Furthermore, the job of the subconscious mind is to play these perceptions out in the circumstances of our lives. Creating our perceptions is what the subconscious mind is designed to do. Whoever you think you are as person and however you think the world operates will be reflected back to you in the events of your life.

Whoa…wait a minute! The first time I heard that, two things went off in my head: one good and one not so good. First off, it made sense. Second, it explained why my life resembled a train wreck. I felt doomed from the get-go, helpless to do anything about it. If you feel the same way, hang on a minute. Don’t panic…yet. Keep reading. It gets better.

The Critical Faculty of the Mind

Because the subconscious mind is such a continuously creative machine and the conscious mind is limited in its scope, this puts us all in a very vulnerable situation. If every subconscious perception we experienced were to be acted out in our daily lives, we would be living nothing but the Chaos Theory in motion! Just like traffic in India! Therefore, somewhere in the wisdom of creating the human experience, the critical faculty of the human mind was established to prevent us all from going absolutely nuts.

The critical faculty of the human mind is an invisible, protective barrier living somewhere between the conscious and subconscious minds. Its function is to constantly evaluate perceptions that are projected in our direction: in thought, word, or action. As perceptions are aimed our way, the critical faculty will judge it as yes or no. Yes means the projection is in harmony with what lives in the subconscious mind. No means the projected perception is not in harmony with what’s in our subconscious mind. When a yes perception arrives, the critical faculty will open up and allow the perception in, thereby allowing the existing perception to grow. When a no perception shows up, the critical faculty will remain up, rejecting the perception as an untruth.

“The incredibly strange part of the critical faculty is that it appears to be fully established by the time we’re about four years old.”

Let me give you an example: If I teach a workshop and someone comes up to me and says, “Wow that was great. You’re a wonderful teacher,” my critical faculty will let down and permit that perception to enter. My subconscious perception of I’m a wonderful teacher (i.e. I’m a wonderful person) will grow and continue to manifest in the events of my life. However, if someone in my class is sitting in the back row thinking, Boy, this guy’s an idiot, my critical faculty will remain up and reject that projection as an untruth. It simply does not fit my perception of myself or how I view the world.

The incredibly strange part of the critical faculty is that it appears to be fully established by the time we’re about four years old. What?!? The first time I read that, I almost broke down and cried. What a gyp! You mean, by the time we’re only out of our toddler years, whoever we think we are as people and however we think the world operates is nearly set in stone? And the shaping of us poor little human beings is totally at the mercy of our immediate families and environment? Afraid so. It’s a case of karma. For some reason, who knows why, our immediate environment is the integral foundation of our human experience. It’s where our learning begins.

Negative Perceptions: Emotional Charges

I have seen negative or painful perceptions referred to as “charged emotions” and the “pain body” by Oneness University and Eckhart Tolle, respectively. I prefer the Oneness term because it most accurately fits the healing work I have done. So from here on out, I’ll refer to painful subconscious perceptions as charged emotions or emotional charges.

Let’s take a look at Suzie. She’s a two-year-old girl, and today is a major red-letter day in her life. She gets to drink milk out of a real glass—not one of those little-kid plastic sippy cups, but a real glass container. Suzie’s mom is at the stove cooking dinner. She’s had a hectic day, working a job that barely enables her to make ends meet. She’s been a single mom for the past eighteen months and hasn’t seen a dime of child support for Suzie or her two siblings. Needless to say, mom’s life is on stress overload. As she cooks dinner, low and behold, Suzie drops her glass. Milk and shattered glass go everywhere. Mom, at her wit’s end, spins toward Suzie and screams, “Damn it! You’ll never amount to anything!!!” Blink. A powerful negative perception, or charged emotion, has just been created in Suzie’s subconscious mind. The critical faculty has also built a wall around that perception to protect it. Does that mean Suzie will grow up to be worthless? Of course not! However, if she continues to receive the same message over and over again as she grows up (in thought, word, or action), the critical faculty will continue to let down, allowing that charged emotion to grow—to the point where it will eventually begin to appear in the events of her daily life. Perhaps she won’t be able to hold down a job; she may go from one failed relationship to the next; or it may show up as a physical illness or injury. The subconscious mind is very powerful and can be very creative when it comes to expressing emotional charges, and it doesn’t stop…until the charges are gone.So you may be thinking, What, exactly, is an emotional charge? Subconscious emotional charges are un-experienced, subconsciously repressed feelings that produce pain. Examples include hurt, rage, anxiety, rejection, shame, unworthiness, fear, depression, and abandonment, and the list goes on and on. These are like living entities in our bodies, and they won’t go away until they are experienced fully.

Human Suffering and the Power of the Mind

Let’s take subconscious emotional charges one step further and journey into the world of suffering. First, it’s essential to understand what suffering actually is. Is freedom from suffering the end of pain, anger, and unpleasant emotion, replaced by everlasting bliss? Sorry, but no. That wouldn’t be very realistic or very human. Suffering is not pain, but the avoidance of it. Let me say that again: The definition of suffering is the avoidance of pain. Pain demands attention, and when it is avoided, it repeats itself over and over again. Suffering is the experience of the same repeating pain. Herein resides the grand paradox. In order to overcome suffering, you must experience your pain fully.

Human beings are designed for growth and experiencing life to the fullest. That includes all of our emotions. Pain, jealousy, anger, enthusiasm, joy, contentment, etc., are all part of the human experience. Look at small child who drops his/her ice cream cone on the sidewall. A few moments of intense agony are guaranteed. However, in just a few minutes, after the emotion has been experienced, the tears dry, and the child is back to experiencing life in the moment. When emotions are experienced fully, they dissipate. The problem arises when we avoid experiencing unpleasant emotions. We essentially put them in the closet to reemerge at a later date…and they do.


“Human beings are designed for growth and experiencing life to the fullest. That includes all of our emotions.”

How many of us know someone who has gone from relationship to relationship, experiencing the same problems? How about the person who avoids conflict with authority to the point of becoming seriously ill? They are just avoiding unpleasant feelings. We’ve all done it. In fact, it’s a natural response. Unpleasant emotions tend to get repressed into the subconscious mind without conscious knowledge or intention on our part. When that happens, they get stuck in the subconscious. The subconscious mind then continues to recreate uncomfortable circumstances in our lives so that the repressed emotions can be experienced. Without awareness, this saga can last a lifetime.

Repeating Patterns—Props in Your One-Person Drama

I’m a fairly sensitive guy. I have emotions running through me all the time. When I first became aware of my internal process, my big question was: How do I know if I have an emotional charge or just a random feeling? The answer is simple: repeating patterns. If you have difficult emotions repeating themselves in similar circumstances, regardless of the people you are dealing with, it’s a subconscious emotional charge. Examples may include a woman from an abusive family who keeps finding an abusive partner or a man with an impoverished father that can’t ever seem to get his act together with finances.

The combinations and possibilities are endless. There’s a potential charge for every difficult life circumstance. It takes a certain commitment to honest self-reflection to discover that your repeating patterns are actually your own subconscious invention! Emotional charges are never about the other person. They are your creation and experience only. Other people who trigger your emotional charges are only props in your own one-person drama.

Tragic Events

Let’s dive straight into an atheistic argument, a question that can rack the faith of even the most devout believer. What about suffering caused by birth defects, starvation, tsunamis, landslides, earthquakes, and disease? How does this nifty little subconscious mind and suffering theory explain random cataclysmic events of tragedy? The truth is, it doesn’t. Remember, for some reason, pain is part of the human experience. However, learning to experience pain prevents it from recurring over and over again. Sometimes it’s not easy, but as we will discover, it’s the road to the Divine.

Suffering Is Not Real: The Illusion

When we begin to grasp the notion that suffering is repeating patterns caused by subconsciously repressed pain,the light bulb should go on that says, ”Hey, wait a minute… if suffering is just repeating patterns, then it’s really based in the past.” Ding-ding! We have a winner.

In a way, suffering isn’t actually real. The past doesn’t exist. Suffering is from the past. You do the math. How much of our behavior and decision-making is based on something that technically isn’t real? A lot! Every time someone reacts to a recurring difficult situation, it’s just a response to the past. It’s like fighting ghosts; there’s nothing there but a mental image and a feeling. The problem is that those images and feelings can be extremely strong.

Here’s a fairly typical scenario I’ve seen a number of young adults go through. In fact, I was guilty of it myself throughout my twenties. For entertainment’s sake, let’s call this young buck Hugo. He was a recent transplant from Florida to my little town in the Pacific Northwest. I met Hugo through my circle of paddling pals, so we went out a few times and hit the river together. Getting to know him, I discovered he came from an extremely abusive past. He hated his old man and, as far as I could figure, with good reason. That was why Hugo picked up and moved to the Northwest, “to get as far away from that son-of-a-!!!!! as possible.”

I also heard Hugo talking about his employer. If I hadn’t known the context of the conversation, I would have sworn he was talking about his father. It wasn’t too long until he moved to another town about 150 miles away, stating something to the effect of “My boss is a jerk” and “I’m outta here.” A few months later, he moved to Alaska. Last I heard, Hugo was in Australia, still fighting the same issues with authority figures (i.e. his father).

This is a case of repeating patterns caused by a powerful subconscious emotional charge created in the past. The most effective way for Hugo to break his repeating pattern of misery is to go into the subconscious mind and heal his emotional world.

Childhood — It’s Not Your Fault

Most emotional charges are programmed into your subconscious mind by someone else or some outside event. When? When we’re most vulnerable, of course. Emotional vulnerability is at its peak before the critical faculty of the mind is developed. As you may recall,that takes place in very early childhood, when the subconscious mind is completely exposed.

We enter this world as pure vessels, wide open and absorbing life like a sponge. This includes the good, the bad and the ugly. Hey, nobody said life was fair. The stork settles a few of our darlings into lovely, cushy feather beds.

“We enter this world as pure vessels, wide open and absorbing life like a sponge. This includes the good, the bad and the ugly.”

Others get dumped into this world under absolutely horrendous circumstances. Wherever we land is where our journey begins, like it or not, and our emotional charges develop at the whim of our surroundings.

It’s not a difficult stretch to come to the conclusion that I can’t emphasize strongly enough: Your suffering is not your fault. You did not create your problems, dysfunction, or disease. You are only responding to circumstances at your given level of awareness.

Let’s take it one step further. In regard to the person(s) who planted charges in you, it’s not their fault either. They were also responding to their charges at their given level of awareness. Take it as far back as you need to go. Who is ultimately responsible? Nobody. Suffering isn’t anybody’s fault; it just is. You may not believe it now, but suffering is actually what paves the road to the Divine.

Ancestry — It’s Truly Not Your Fault

We inherit all sorts of stuff from out family: appearance, size, shape, character, behavior, mentality, and if we’re lucky, a little money. We never asked for any of it. It’s just what’s on the menu. We also inherit from our ancestry through the subconscious mind, including emotional charges.

We all know someone who’s a spitting image of their parents, a regular clone, or a chip off the ol’ block. I knew a girl in high school whose mother’s maiden name was Smith.

She later married a guy named Smythe, who ironically (or maybe not so ironically) resembled her dad. Her mother had three kids, all girls. She had three kids, all boys. Listing the similarities between those two would take all day. If you take a look within your own family or your friends’ families, recognizing generational parallels will begin to be surreal.

For some, inherited ancestral traits can skip a generation. I have an acquaintance whose grandfather was a bit of a bigwig powerbroker, married three times. My acquaintance never met him and resented growing up in his shadow.

Oddly enough, he’s at the beginning of his third marriage and his life is moving onto a significant public platform. His level of influence was born into him. He’s had to do quite a bit of soul-searching and forgiveness to accept himself as a part of his heritage. The more he has accepted himself and his pedigree, the more his destiny of success has unfolded.

“So what’s the point? We inherit traits from our families. Everybody knows that.” Not only do we inherit physical and behavioral characteristics, but we also subconsciously inherit emotion. And what does that mean? It means we also inherit suffering. Some of our suffering is caused by an unusual subconscious connection to our heritage.

Understanding this possibility opens the potential for subconscious healing to a whole new level. So far, we’ve learned that suffering is basically not our fault. Furthermore, if we inherit suffering from ancestors who were dead and buried long ago, then it’s really not our fault.


“I’ve always been close to my mom, but I never knew how close.” Before birth we are our mother. We’re connected physically, physiologically, emotionally, and subconsciously. It’s not uncommon to absorb our mother’s subconscious emotional charges while we’re in the womb, especially if the contributing events are traumatic.

Here’s a hypothetical scenario I’ve seen repeated is a variety of situations. Since most of us have had spouses and lovers at least once or twice in our lives, I’ll use the context of an intimate relationship, something we can all relate to.

A young woman came to see me for recurring anxiety attacks that were happening at an accelerated and stronger rate. They exploded into her life whenever she crossed some ambiguous line of going from a romantic to a committed relationship. It had ruined several previous relationships.

“Before birth we are our mother. We’re connected physically, physiologically, emotionally, and subconsciously.”

She was now involved with a man she genuinely loved. The attacks were becoming so frequent and so strong that she could barely function. She was desperate. This was in the early days of my practice, back when I took more of an analytical approach to subconscious healing.

Over the course of a few sessions, we probed into the events of her childhood and had some initial satisfactory success. However, the anxiety attacks still came back, albeit with less frequency and intensity. I couldn’t put my finger on what was behind this. We just didn’t seem to be getting to the core of the problem.


In conversation, I asked about her parents, and that led to the topic of their divorce. The split happened rather abruptly, and it was rather grueling on her mother. I asked her how old she was when her parents broke up, to which she replied, “Oh, I wasn’t born yet. I was still in my mom’s tummy.” Flash! Maybe she picked up emotional charges from her mom while she was pregnant. By the next session, her anxiety attacks gone… permanently.

Family, Societal, and Media Conditioning

“All of us Kennedys are politicians… To get a good job, you need a good education…My TV would never lie to me.” Family, societal, and media conditioning is lathered upon us from the moment we enter this world.

What is conditioning? It’s received input through word,thought, or action that influences our behavior. When we receive a message over and over again (especially when we’re very young), it enters the subconscious mind and will eventually be acted out in our lives. It’s not necessarily good or bad. Problems arise when the input received from our surroundings (family, society, media) doesn’t fit who we areas people. This creates internal conflict and puts us at odds with ourselves and our world, which is — you guessed it —a powerful subconscious emotional charge.


“We’ve been lawyers in this family as long as I can remember. My dad, his dad, his dad’s dad. We go back generations. By God, you’ll be one too!” That may be fine for my brother Seymour, but I’m just not wired that way. I need to beat to my own free-spirited drum. For me, becoming a lawyer would be a straight shot to hell.

Families can be blown apart by adherence to family conditioning, especially if it supersedes genuine needs. How many of us know someone who has gone into the family business and hated every minute of it? How many of us have been crushed by family disapproval over something we were genuinely passionate about? If we are to grow and mature into the people we are meant to be in this life, we need to listen to the voice within. It may or may not be in accordance with family approval. Blind adherence to family conditioning, at the expense of yourself, can produce a lifetime of suffering.


“Man is mad.” That’s one of my favorite quotes I picked up at Oneness University. Because each of us projects the circumstances of emotional charges into our lives, many societal values are tainted with the spewing of these charges. It can be a vicious cycle that propagates even more suffering.

“In order to transform our world, we must transform ourselves on the inside. As we do, our values will shift.”

Collective values get filtered through the charges and chattering minds of millions. Ideals behind a societal system can easily be polluted into the perpetuation of things like needless war and excessive corporate greed. It’s no wonder the state of affairs can get so messy. As each of us goes, so goes society. In order to transform our world, we must transform ourselves on the inside. As we do, our values will shift. Emphasis will then be placed more on the quality of life and less on the trappings of the conscious and subconscious mind and unresolved emotion.


Technology? Talk about a runaway freight train. Don’t get me wrong, I love it—or at least parts of it. I can’t denounce technology as I sit here pecking away on my laptop. Let’s admit it: we’re hooked. What’s worse is that our kids are hooked. Most kids nowadays are more familiar with some flat, illuminated screen than members of their own extended families. If I were to ask my sixteen-year-old stepdaughter today, “What was the weather like this morning?” or “What phase is the moon in right now?” she would probably answer, “Uhh… I don’t know, but I have thirty new friends on Facebook!”

We are absolutely hammered every day with electronic media. The media tells us what to do, how to be, who to be with, where to spend our money, and that violence is acceptable. And, boy, is it effective. When we watch TV, surf the web, or play on our phones, we go into a mild trance state. When we’re in a trance, our subconscious mind is open. This allows images, sounds, and emotions to come right in and attach themselves to the framework of our belief system.

It’s extremely difficult not to be subconsciously influenced by media. It is creating and shaping our era. Let’s face it: We wouldn’t have cell phones without Star Trek. Again, this is neither good nor bad. The question is, “Does this influence produce suffering in our personal world?” This question falls back on the awareness of powerful subconscious emotional charges.

Past Lives

A couple years ago I visited India, a country steeped in the belief of reincarnation. That pervasive belief permeates their entire society, but it’s a bit of a two-edged sword. In many instances, a person from India wouldn’t bat an eye over things Westerners get completely stressed about. On the other hand, there’s not a lot of motivation to get things done. You can always do it in your next life!

I’m not sure about where I stand on reincarnation, but as a healer, it doesn’t really matter. Can suffering originate in a past life? Maybe. However, entertaining the notion in subconscious healing provides some enormous benefits. It allows clients to step completely outside of the context and mental framework of their present-day lives and gain an entirely new perspective on their own suffering. It’s a way to detach in order to let go.

Let’s imagine a young man came to me for a chronic condition that stumped medical doctors. There was no logical explanation for the incredible pain he felt in his body. When he finally arrived at my door, he had been through numerous examinations and a treasure chest full of medications.

Between his work with me and another local alternative health care professional, he was able to heal about 90 percent of the pain over the course of a year. His biggest breakthrough came during a past-life regression session. It was huge. The experience gave him the opportunity to completely reframe the context of his life. It was absolute freedom. Somehow, in the context of that liberty, he was able to free an enormous amount of physical pain. The connection between his stored subconscious emotion and physical pain was released.


As previously mentioned, emotional charges can enter the subconscious mind before the critical faculty of the mind is formed in early childhood. Charges can also enter when the critical faculty is let down. This can occur in times of shock and excessive trauma. Examples may include sudden physical injury, surgery, or receiving unexpected shocking news.

When we’re stunned, we enter a trance. The critical faculty relaxes, allowing negative emotional information into the subconscious mind. In my experience and for reasons I don‘t completely understand, traumatic events are not uncommon around the ages of two, fourteen, and twenty.

The Unknown

Sometimes, understanding the cause of an emotional charge can powerfully accelerate subconscious healing. However, every now and then, you can psychologize, analyze, and snoop around for sources of pain without ever finding the source. Luckily, in terms of alleviating subconscious pain, finding the cause isn’t absolutely necessary. As we’ll learn later on, simply locating the feeling of emotional pain in the body is enough.

Noteworthy Emotional Charge Issues

Before we dive into the process of freeing yourself from subconscious emotional charges and the suffering that accompanies them, let’s take a peek at a few charges that many of us experience. The list below includes issues I’ve had significant firsthand experience in helping people overcome.


Because we’re born absolutely dependent, the fear of being left alone is almost instinctual. We’re not designed to be isolated. We can’t survive by ourselves. In a way, being alone isn’t really human. Ironically, we come into this life alone, and we go out alone.

We must also face every life transition by ourselves. Sooner or later, everyone gets kicked out of the nest. To fully mature, we have to stand on our own two feet, and it’s not always easy.

“Because we’re born absolutely dependent, the fear of being left alone is almost instinctual. “

In regard to abandonment, subconscious emotional charges can be created when there isn’t a loving presence to guide us through early phases of childhood. We’re too vulnerable, innocent, and ill-equipped to understand or handle initial life transitions on our own. When we’re forced to do so, the resulting subconscious fear can cause debilitating circumstances in our adult lives.

Imagine a young man whose father was not around when he was born. In fact, he wasn’t around much at all. As a boy, he was frequently told, “Go play outside,” and he wasn’t allowed to come back inside until suppertime. The time of year or weather conditions didn’t matter. He was left unsupervised and alone all day. Fortunately, he lived near some woods, so he wasn’t turned directly out onto the streets. Instinctively, he secured hiding places for food and money, in case he wasn’t allowed to return back home for good someday, and he grew up tough and afraid.

Two things happened when he matured into an adult. First, he developed incredible independence and resolve. He could take care of himself in any situation. Second, he couldn’t bear to be on his own for any extended period of time. The subconscious emotional charges he carried from his youth produced absolute terror when he was left alone.

He eventually became very successful in a business that required extensive travel. However, he had multiple lovers stashed in different cities, just like the food and money he used to hide in the woods. He was never alone.

Unworthiness, Rejection, and Insecurity—Lack of Love

This one is a biggie because most of us get at least one helping of it. None of us get enough love. It’s just not possible. We enter this world completely dependent on someone else, physically and emotionally, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. There hasn’t been one set of parents in all of human history who has had the ability to satisfy the insatiable needs of an infant. It truly does take a village to raise a child. Add another kid or two into the mix and forget about it.

We grow up competing for love and attention. We’ll do anything to get it. We’ll be perfect, troublesome, depressed, sick, hurt, or even a superstar. Throwing some parental neglect and abuse on this ravenous need can produce some deeply seated emotional charges.

Unworthiness can be expressed in a variety of ways but tends to gravitate into two extremes: under- and overachieving. This is not only limited to jobs and careers; it can also spill into relationships. Examples may include the workaholic executive who is always vying for supervisor approval or someone who continues to sabotage seemingly healthy intimate relationships. The underlying subconscious message is the same: I’m not worthy.

The Broken Heart — Grieving

Life is a never-ending parade of hanging on and letting go, letting go and hanging on. In fact, to be happy, healthy, and well adjusted, we need to learn the art of letting go. It’s imperative to learn how to grieve.

At some point in life, we discover that being human means being brokenhearted. We love and become emotionally attached. When we lose someone or something we love, it can be very painful, resulting in deep grief. It can be over anything: a person, an object, our innocence, a pet, a part of ourselves, circumstances, etc. It arrives in waves over a period of time. Just when you think you’re finished, along comes another wave. It can take weeks, months, or even years. The timeframe is different for everyone.

“To be happy, healthy, and well adjusted, we need to learn the art of letting go.”

A variety of emotions are experienced during the grieving process. They may include shock, denial, sadness, loneliness, depression, anger, and at some point hopefully, acceptance,a decision to move on, forgiveness, and peace. Problems arise when we don’t allow ourselves to grieve. This can be due to lack of awareness or flat-out refusal to experience difficult emotions. In either case, the suppression of emotion will create an emotional charge in the subconscious mind. The charge will then continue to repeat itself over time, until it’s experienced.

There are times when life can be difficult. Grieving is one of them. In the framework of spiritual growth, grieving is not a time to shy away from the work that needs to done. It’s a time to allow yourself, as gently as possible, to feel the feelings of loss and let them go. It’s an act of honoring yourself and what you have lost.

Physical Illness — Cancer

Subconscious emotional charges can be felt in the body.

Perhaps you feel stress in your stomach, rage in your head, or sadness in your heart. The charges need an outlet, a way to be experienced and released. When suppressed, they can find that outlet through the body in the form of illness, instead of just through life circumstance.

I’ve worked extensively with cancer patients over the past decade, and both of my parents died from the disease. When someone is diagnosed with cancer or any serious physical illness, everything changes… immediately. Decisions on treatment must be made, family members need to be notified, finances become a concern, and questions of death come to the forefront. Priorities come sharply into focus. Emotions surface, sometimes powerfully.

My job has been to assist patients through the subconscious emotional mine fields that come up during cancer treatment. Some want healing, both emotionally and physically. Some want to connect to their God. There are those that I must prepare for death. At times, I’ve seen nothing short of miracles; at other times, I’ve seen people go very quickly.

Working with cancer patients has shown me the resilience and frailty of life. I’m constantly reminded who is in charge: the Divine. Cancer patients are some of the most remarkable people I’ve ever met. Survivors of a life-threatening illness will be forever changed. Whether they seek therapy or not, those who recover go through an enormous internal transformation. With a massive amount of courage, they face their darkest demons.

“Many of us have emotional charges concerning unworthiness because there wasn’t enough love to go around in childhood, even in the midst of a loving family.”

I’ve noticed one common subconscious theme among several cancer patients. It concerns issues around unworthiness and lack of love, but at a whole new level. As mentioned above, many of us have subconscious emotional charges concerning unworthiness because there wasn’t enough love to go around in childhood, even in the midst of a loving family. Some cancer patients have experienced a lack of love not only through circumstances, but also through actuality.

They simply were not loved as children; they weren’t wanted. The realization of that truth can be a very bitter pill to swallow.

I’ve also noted parallels of those who survive cancer. Many have a very positive attitude and a willingness to be involved in their recovery. Some see cancer as the best thing that ever happened to them because it brings wonderful new people into their life. Others view it as a wake-up call, teaching them what is really important. Many learn about healing, and some connect to the Divine.

I’ve seen too much success to doubt the powerful connection between the subconscious mind and illness in the physical body, especially when it comes to cancer. When forming a comprehensive plan for the treatment of a life-threatening disease, it’s an extremely good idea to incorporate the healing of a potential contributing factor: the subconscious mind.

Exercises for Healing Emotional Blockages and Harnessing the Power of the Subconscious Mind

Preparation for Clearing Emotional Charges From the Mind

Take a few moments to sit and contemplate. You can journal, if that’s your style. Think of the most significant difficulties you’ve had in your life or troubles you may be experiencing now. If you hit a snag, you needn’t look far. Most of us don’t need to search any farther than our own immediate families. Can you see any repeating patterns? Are you aware of any emotion that has been repressed?

Healing the Mind Exercise 1:
The Curious Mind—Feel the Charge until It’s Gone

Note: Before diving into specific subconscious healing techniques, it’s important to develop the proper state of mind in regard to emotional charges. It’s referred to as the Curious Mind. The Curious Mind naturally cultivates a certain level of necessary detachment between you and the emotional charge. All of a sudden, it’s not your anger, hurt, depression, etc.; it’s only an emotion you’re experiencing. In other words, your emotional charges are not you, but are only something that’s happening to you. As you will experience, this creates a beneficial space between you and the emotion—a very helpful gap that enhances the release process.

Try This: Start with a clear-cut intention to heal a specific subconscious emotional charge completely. Sit or lie in a comfortable position and enter a deeply relaxed state. Next, feel the emotional charge in your body, as related to the area of life you’re trying to heal. It may be rage in your head, heaviness in your heart, tension in your stomach, etc. It should come readily. If it doesn’t, just pretend you can feel it (remember, imagination is real, so pretending works). If you get bombarded with mind chatter or distracting thoughts, just let them come and go, like watching clouds drifting by in the sky.

Next, simply pay attention to the charge as you experience it. Be curious. Say to yourself something like, “Oh, isn’t that interesting. I feel rage in my head. How curious.” As you focus on that experience, you’ll begin to feel a weakening, softening, or letting go of the emotion.

Now, here’s where everyone begins to differ, so you’ll need to develop your own method of experiencing and releasing charges. You may feel the emotion as it begins to spin or swirl and move out of your body. It may start to dissolve or let go. It may create interesting sensations in your body like tingling, warmth, or deep peace. Whatever happens, keep your focus on what’s taking place. Don’t wallow in the emotion, but stay with it until it’s gone.

That’s it! Subconscious emotional charge gone. If it returns, it will come back with less intensity and less frequency. If that happens, just go through the process again. It’s like lighting a log on a fire: Keep burning it until it’s nothing but ash.

Healing the Mind Exercise 2:
Flower or Sacred Object—General Emotional Release

Sometimes when using the Curious Mind approach, charges get stuck. They just won’t go away. You end up flailing and wallowing in unwanted emotion. It can be a very frustrating experience. However, we have help. After all, it is the subconscious mind, and we can imagine whatever we want to come to our aid. The Flower or Sacred Object is a technique I’ve used countless times on clients, with immediate, successful results. Here’s how it works:

Try This: While relaxed and feeling your subconscious emotional charge, imagine a beautiful flower or some sacred object hovering above you. Let it be big and powerful. Feel its presence. Recognize the fact that it has enormous healing powers and actually pulls emotional charges out of your body. At this point, you don’t have to do anything! Let the flower or sacred object do all the work by pulling the charge out of your body. Keep your focus on the process until it’s finished.

Healing the Mind Exercise 3:
Self-Forgiveness—Unloved and Unworthy (It’s Not Your Fault)

This is probably the most powerful technique I’ve come across. It can mend and fill an eternal abyss of feeling unloved. Reaching very deep, it can transform an entire life of suffering.

Try This: Settle into a meditative state. Imagine yourself going back into time, just before your conception. You have no body, and you are nothing but energy. You’re about to be conceived in an act of absolute unconditional love between two people who are the embodiment of that love. Sink deeply into the experience that as you grow in the womb, your arrival is eagerly anticipated. People are excited! You are wanted!

Imagine you are born into the arms of a perfect parent. It can be someone you make up or an actual person you know. Feel unconditional love exuding from them like sunshine.

Have them look deeply into your eyes, connecting heart to heart, and hear them say, “It’s not your fault. It has never been your fault. It will never be your fault.” Sink into the experience fully. Don’t just hear the words, but receive the impact of that unconditional love into your psyche. Take it in deep because this sensation can lead to a very positive, life-changing transformation.

Healing the Mind Exercise 4:
Forgiveness—It’s Not Their Fault

Forgiveness, in this context of subconscious healing, is a little different than the human virtue. I discuss the importance of that in my book The Subconscious, The Divine and Me. Here, let’s focus on a technique to release a subconscious emotional charge.

Try This: Get relaxed and think of someone whom you need to forgive. Feel the emotional charge when you think of that person, and take note of where you feel it in your body.

Now, imagine yourself standing somewhere: the woods, a beach, at home, or anyplace that comes to mind. Next, imagine a small child approaching you, maybe three or four years old. As the child nears, recognize that s/he is the person you need to forgive. Observe the child as vulnerable, innocent, and at the mercy of life — the same way you were when you were that age. Be aware that the child has been a victim of his/her parents’ emotional charges and understand that it’s not the child’s fault. Sink into that experience and feel it and then let your own pain go. Use an above mentioned technique to release your charge or just send it back to the child. Then let the child go to dissolve into the cosmos. Or, you can pick the child up and say, “It’s not your fault.” Feel it deeply and remain focused on the process until it has run its course.

The piece on the subconscious mind was excerpted with permission from The Subconscious, the Divine and Me: A Spiritual Guide for the Day-to-Day Pilgrim by Joseph Drumheller.

About The Author

Joseph Drumheller is a spiritual healer and an author whose mission is to assist people in healing all forms of suffering and open the doors to the magic of their own spirituality. He has successfully helped leaders in business turn their finances around; assisted professional women through grueling divorces; helped elite dancers bounce back from career-ending injuries and discover themselves anew. Most everything he does has been inspired by healing and/or mystical experiences. Joseph is also a visual artist, musician, geologist and an avid whitewater kayaker. He lives on transecting ley lines in the evergreen state of Washington, USA, with his twin flame and high school sweetheart. Visit his website:


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