Ayahuasca is a sacred plant that is native to South America, it’s been used for centuries, maybe even millennia by Shamans to heal people and traditionally protect them against black magic and evil spirits. Recently, the western world has taken a great interest in the use of Ayahuasca as a powerful medicine, it has been proven to help cure people with serious substance abuse problems such as heroin addictions as well as help combat depression.
Doomsday need not hang over our heads like a dark cloud. If we are empowering ourselves, raising our energy, becoming more intuitive, becoming more perceptive and connected, we are making ourselves better equipped for all possibilities. It is from a position of power and creativity that we can meet the future and whatever it brings. This power is personal and silent: not granted but developed within through honesty, courage and commitment.
Do you remember dreaming that one day you would be a great writer, painter, or composer? Do you remember wanting to invent a remarkable new product, pitch a perfect game, find the cure to a debilitating illness, rally the troops to save the day, become a great actress, enter the courtroom to right an injustice, or throw your hat into the political ring to make a difference?
You are not a physical being in a physical universe. You are an energetic/vibrational being in an energetic/vibrational universe. You are both a transmitter and a receiver of energy. One of your greatest challenges as a human being is learning how to live as a vibrational being in a vibrational universe.
Dr. Bruce Lipton talks about the need for us to change the paradigm of life on this planet by stepping outside the system instead of trying to fix the current system. Bruce also talks about the upcoming UPLIFT Festival in Byron Bay, Australia.
In my last blog I discussed (or perhaps better phrased, ‘ranted’) about how we need to claim our sovereignty (you can read it HERE). I thought it apt to outline today 5 ways to do this. “It is the nature of the self to manifest itself, In every atom slumbers the might of the self.” — Muhammad […]
I’m currently sitting on a plane on my way back home to Brisbane from the beautiful island of Bali and I came across the quote above. It is basically saying that everything only exists as we observe it. So, if that is the case, now that I have taken off from Bali, has this island disappeared into the abyss of nothingness waiting for the next time I visit?
There are some difficult problems facing us that threaten not only our fundamental rights as human beings but also our very survival. We can and must tackle a seemingly endless stream of issues in a struggle for truth, freedom, security and justice. But unless we can get to the underlying causes of these issues, they will not only keep repeating, but will continue in their slide to a dark abyss.
Many people go through their lives in a constant hunt for someone else’s energy. It is unconscious in many people. All they know is that when they control others they feel better. What they don’t realise is that this sense of feeling better costs the other person. It is their energy that is stolen.
For years my life was defined by deep feelings of inadequacy as well as concurrent actions of striving to keep those feelings at bay. Even as a young child, I felt nothing I did was good enough, and I can still recall feelings of intense anxiety, sometimes terror, at simply waking up and knowing I had to go to school.
This beautiful planet is crawling with those of us who want to make a difference; who know we are capable of anything. Some of us are there living it fully, some are in the midst of the dance of taking a few steps forward and a couple of steps back (hint: good old self sabotage; something I know well), and others are just beginning to wake up to the realization that this knowing has been inside of them all along, and it’s time to do something about it.
Your 3rd chakra creates the CAN DO in your life. Vicki Howie shows you how to fire it up!
The wrong people are in charge… that’s pretty obvious. But what is not so obvious is how they got there? And once having found an open gate, why have we left them to graze the best pastures while we grovel around in the barren fallow? A very strange phenomenon… This World is run by those of whom the great majority have absolutely no qualifications to be at the helm of anything – not even a small rowing boat.
I tend to view the naturally occurring psychedelics as emissaries from the larger community of life, bearing elder-species wisdom. As the herbalist Morgan Brent has proposed, it is almost as if the vegetal world assigned certain plants to be the diplomats and teachers to our young and confused species, to help put us on a different path than the one we have chosen, racing to ecological decimation and self-extinction. How else to explain the consistent messages received in mushroom, ayahuasca, iboga, and peyote visions of a world out of balance, of the need to take responsibility, of the vast empathic sentience of the Gaian mind?