1  2   

Oct 11, 2011

Awareness of your body and soul.

When we search outside of ourselves we look for all the reasons why we do not immerse ourselves deep within the very core of all that we are just by that very act. ThetaHealing is a wonderful way to experience all that you are within the universe of oneness of all that there is. No separateness exists when there is nothing (no things) in 7th plane but love and light. Which of course is deep within the very core of your existence and makes you who you really are.

Remember ThetaHealing is a sixth plane modality so don't get caught out in the planes. Connect to the oneness of all that you are with all that there is of creation.

The 3 R's.

All people, places, animals, nature, is who you really are.

Look carefully before you reject someone or something, you may just be rejecting you.  When working on rejection look at self sabotage in everything they do. Fear of rejection can cause someone to fail before they even begin and can influence their whole life.

Resentmets can turn into grudges and can make a person very uncomfortable. Remember to make them feel safe.

Regrets will affect someones lungs. Make sure you teach them how to live without regrets.

If you clean up the three R's you will clean up the kidneys, lungs, liver.


Sep 1, 2011

Pauline is having a change in direction. Moving more into speaking engagements and writing books.

Pauline is still teaching classes.

Mar 14, 2011

Well this year has had a lot of tragedy for many across the globe. It is still a safe world we live in. Please remember this. During these trying times please send unconditional love to everyone across the globe. Everyone has their own journey and have chosen their experiences long before they came here. Because we do not remember this and have forgotten our choices we feel the pain and heartache across the nations. Know you  can help by having and holding the intention of love and caring for all who you cannot reach in these difficult times. A thought and a prayer travels very fast and very quickly as it is energy in motion as we all are.

I am sending out my unconditional love and caring to all in our world right now who need this support and blessings.

Much love comes your way



The Hummingbird

Hummingbird is the symbol of the spreader of life on the Earth.

Is The Hummingbird Your Totem Animal?

Sometimes an animal or a bird will mysteriously come into our life and begin to haunt our consciousness. The image of that animal becomes associated with our sense of who we are and where our values come from.

Certain species in the Americas have done this in particulary powerful ways: These include the wolf, the raven, coyote, the jaguar, the quetzal, and the eagle.

The hummingbird also is a common totem animal. Many people develop a mysterious bond with this tiny creature.

In many traditional cultures of the western world the hummingbird has powerful religious and spiritual significance. In the high Andes of South America, for example, the hummingbird is taken to be a symbol of resurrection. This is because each hummer becomes lifeless and seems to die on cold nights, but it comes back to life again when the miraculous sunrise brings warmth.

In MEDICINE CARDS: THE DISCOVERY OF POWER THROUGH THE WAYS OF ANIMALS, Jamie Sams and David Carson say that, for many people, the hummingbird is the creature that opens the heart.

When we assume hummingbird consciousness, our life becomes a wonderland of sensuous delights. We live for beauty, delighting in flowers, aromas, fine mist, and delicate tastes.

When it becomes our totem, the hummingbird teaches us to laugh and enjoy the creation, to appreciate the magic of being alive, and the truth of beauty.

Hummingbirds awaken us to the beauty of the present moment. As they dance the four quarters of embodied exisence, they bring us medicine to solve the riddle of duality. They also awaken us to the medicinal properties of plants.

In ANIMAL SPEAK, Ted Andrews says hummingbirds teach us how to draw the life essence from flowers. "They can teach us how to use flowers to heal and win hearts in love."

Hummingbirds teach us fierce independence. They teach us to fight in a way where no one really gets hurt. They teach us simple courage. Andrews says the twittering, vibrating sounds of the hummingbirds bring us an internal masage that restores health and balance.

Hummingbirds also inspire us to protect the environment and to preserve old traditions that are in danger of being lost. When Native American ways were being destroyed by the expanding Euro-American culture, the Ghost-Shirt religion was established to try to bring back the animals and old ways through dancing. The leader of the dance was a hummingbird.

Certainly hummingbird magic is available to all who live in the New World. There is something inside the soul of all of us that wants to soar through sunbeams, then dance midair in a delicate mist, then take a simple bath on a leaf.

There is something in our souls that wants to hover at beautiful moments in our lives, making them freeze in time. There is something in us that wants to fly backwards and savor once more the beautiful past.

Some of us are just hummingbird people.

There are different ways that a totem animal can be discovered: In Native American tradition they may make their appearance while one is on a vision quest. They also come in dreams, mediations, and shamanic spirit-journeys.

Anglo-Americans and Europeans should remember that their prehistoric ancestors had animal guides and found them in much the same way Native Americans do

The Joy of Hummingbirds.

Nothing in nature captures the eye like hummingbirds. When they hover in a sunbeam, flashing their metallic, boldly colored gorgets, they set the imagination on fire. Tradition has associated hummingbirds with the rainbow, with jewels, and with the faery realm.

In its exquisite form, its changing splendor, its swift motions and intervals of aerial suspension, it is a creature of such fairy-like loveliness as to mock all description.

And have you seen this same fairly-like creature suddenly perch itself on a twig, in the shade, its misty wings and fanlike tail folded, the iridescent glory vanished, looking like some common dull-plumaged little bird sitting listless in a cage?"

The on-again-off-again beauty of hummingbirds is ethereal. Their feathers seem to glow with inner light. When we close our eyes the images of these lively little beings seem to linger on the backs of our eye-lids. If we let them, they fly directly into the soul, bypassing all our ideas and theories.

D. H. Lawrence once wrote a poem about the dawn of creation when an enormous hummingbird was flying out on the leading edge of time as the world took shape behind it. Real hummers, of course, are tiny, but there is a sense in which the world is indeed created anew every time a hummingbird flies. When our eyes follow them, we see beauty unfolding. Hummers dart through woods or meadows like tiny elves or fairies who know exactly where they want to go. They whir buzz, and zoom from one splash of color to the next, approaching red or blue flowers with wing-beats so fast all can we see is a blur.

As creatures that move and live and have their being around irises and penstemons, hummingbirds pause magically in the air, defying gravity, aiming their needle-like beaks into the sweet inner mysteries of the flowers, then they plunge head first, half disappearing. Coming back out, they fly backwards, sometimes covered with pollen. Hummingbirds are fully alive and insanely happy. These dazzling little creatures have a radiance about them. They give the human heart something it deeply needs. Joy!