June 27th, 2011 June 14th, 2011
Emotional Spiritual Healing
Today, I’d like to share with you a recent interview I had with Michael when I got to ask him about How Does Sedona, Arizona Assist Emotional Spiritual Healing? Mark Griffon of Sedona Tours.
Michael – First of all Sedona like Machu Picchu in Peru or the pyramids in Egypt, holds the uniqueness of being one of the sacred power spots upon the planet. That means a higher frequency of electromagnetic energy resonates and affects all who live or travel throughout the Sedona area.
This higher energy accelerates all levels of our being including our emotional and spiritual states. For those of you trained in alternative health, the chakras, acupuncture meridians, and endocrine glands can be affected, among other systems. Whatever physical, emotional, or mental state we are in when we enter Sedona may be amplified. We may be conscious of some of these states and others will be unconscious and may later come to our awareness.
If we enter with a positive emotional and mental state than we may have pleasant, uplifting, expanding experiences, unless some past pain or trauma ready for healing rises to the surface. On the other hand, if we enter depressed, angry, sad, or carrying pain than this may amplify. If we surrender and choose to embrace the pain, staying present with it, than we may experience going through the pain and feeling better on the other side of it.
June 9th, 2011
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June 8th, 2011
In Codependent Behavior – Part 1, http://ow.ly/5gx6W I gave you a brief summary of my personal challenge with codependency behavior.
Five main areas of codependency behavior:
1. Inability to recognize our needs.
2. Lack of taking care of ourselves, fulfilling our own needs.
3. Inability to know how we feel.
4. Lack of skill or fear of expressing our feelings.
5. Poor personal boundaries. Fear of standing up and saying “No.”
I will soon talk about the behavior of some Indian men known as “Mama’s Boy. I address this in reference to Indian women and how they might better handle it to achieve better emotional health for themselves. This understanding of men’s behavior, however, can assist women of any culture.
Although this article is written for the East Indian culture, the codependent behavior principles apply to all cultures.
I am a white male born in Canada and now living in the United States for half of my life. I only recognized my codependent behavior 2/3’s of the way through life. Codependency had been running and ruining my life for all that time without me knowing. It took another 20 years overcoming codependent behavior.
Although I have visited India two times for spiritual development, I have little understanding of how codependent behavior affects Indian men or women. I apologize for this; however, the areas of codependency remain the same regardless of our culture. Therefore take what I say and apply it to your situation where you can. I am lead, however, to understand that some Indian men have behavior described as the “Mama’s Boy.” I will talk about that later.
I now give you a brief summary of my personal challenge with codependent behavior.