Monday, August 12, 2013

12th Aug, 2013

Doing Nothing…….

There comes a moment when we should just be and live in the moment. That is exactly what I did in Maldives, just gazed at the sea and watched the play of the waves.  I felt in sync with the lonely boat out at the sea, gently swaying with the current. 

The energy of the vivid blue of the water seeped into my throat chakra, helping me release all the blocks and heal. My ability to communicate with nature and with myself, in silence, improved and I could feel the vastness and the magnanimity of the blue sea competing with the blue of the sky, finally merging into one.
The joy of being, becoming ONE with the Universe is what we seek. Complete surrender and acceptance of the power of Universe brings peace and 'knowing-ness'. 

Sunday, June 9, 2013

More on detox and healing


On this path of Reiki healing and teaching, all the experiences coming my way have helped me tremendously in the expansion of my understanding of life. In a recent healing of a friend's family I sensed related issues that went back in time and a lot of stuck energy was released.
As a healer I too went through a lot of detoxification
It would seem that I had a viral attack but I had a deep knowingness of what  had happened. There was unfinished business of "rage, un-shed tears and unspoken words of anger and huge amounts of helplessness". All this manifested itself as fever, throat pain, body ache and loss of inner strength with helplessness.
Related to the metaphysical causes of an illness I am sharing a link for all.

This link provides all the mental-emotional issues related to various physical symptoms.

Another huge aspect of healing has come to the fore. As humans we are bound to family and friends and wish well for all. Combined this with the fact that as a healer we automatically want to heal; there is nothing wrong with that but it may have certain unpleasant outcomes depending on what is your vested interest in the healing and who is being offered the healing.

My recent experience has made me learn the following lessons:-

1. Do not ever offer to heal unless asked for.
2. Take proper energy exchange to eliminate
    any feelings of "a major obligation" done. 
3. Under any circumstances do not allow your emotions
    to get entangled in the healing process or energies.
4. Ensure that there is a closure on the issue once the
    healing is done.

Saturday, March 9, 2013

9th March, 2013


Quite a few cases of nerve problems have come for healing recently. This has led me to wonder as to what is getting on everybody’s nerves!
Life has so much to offer these days, there is so much to do all the time and so many choices. A typical Sunday is spent in taking enough rest , finishing incomplete household chores, going out with family, giving time to our hobbies and doing ‘our own thing’ and ‘trying to finish that book which is so interesting but can’t seem to find the time to finish it’.
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Then comes along my daughter’s creative writing assignment and she has addressed the issue which is on my mind these days. I am posting a 12 year old’s take on our busy bustling life.


Sundays are supposed to be a holiday right?  A holiday from all the work and toil that we have to go through the whole week. So if it is a holiday then why must this absurd bell ring every five minutes? 
I keep on trying to finish my book but no one seems to want to let me finish it. So far, I have had to go to the door for the milkman, driver, maids, cook, librarian, cookie sellers, newspapers and dog walker. God knows how many more are to come? Every time someone comes, I do my work with them. Then they leave and I sit down outside on my bench next to my tall plants and my comfortable cushions and my lamp. The moment I sit down and open my book….Ding Dong!!! There the bell goes again. I have barely read five pages! If this keeps happening then…......
Ding Dong!!!!
That blasted shameless creature! I heave a great sigh and go to the door. Hoping that this won’t take long. I open the door and…this is going to take long. 
My neighbours have come with a huge blundering cake.
“You must try this cake! It’s absolutely spiffing!!” They cry.
 I swallow down my frustration and bring a very forced smile on my lips.
“Absolutely! Give it to me and I will finish it before you can say ‘cake’.”
Yeah. Right !
The neighbours are extremely stubborn. They didn’t leave until I had finished the whole cake and given a full critical feedback. Even with a signature!!

I plop back on my bench. Now I have switched off my calling bell. Hopefully, I won’t be killing anyone today out of sheer anger.

Thank you.
- Anwesha Mitra