Emotional Well-being

Sacral, Womb, Hara, a Tree Trunk and Emotions? What’s The Connection?

Posted by on Aug 12, 2012 in Emotional Well-being, Energy Healing, Library | 21 comments

By Charan Surdhar                                                  What do they all have in common?                                     Strength, power and wisdom to name a few things. Allow me to explain…. A few weeks ago, I went to have a massage. The massage therapist is an acquaintance of mine. We were talking about many things spiritual and it all led to the heart and how it’s important to express through the heart. This is well known of course and not new information. But she said something very interesting after this, and that was, if we have the strength in our sacral area we can come to more of a place of...

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Resentments, Huna and Forgiveness

Posted by on Jan 17, 2012 in Emotional Well-being, Library | 0 comments

by Aleka Thorvalson “Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.” ~Nelson Mandela Our resentments take up a lot of our energy. We all have them. Resentment is the animosity, you are harboring against your friend that never paid you back that money they owed you.  It’s that unresolved anger that erupts as you blame (again) your parents for not giving you what you needed, wanted, or deserved. It is that nagging suspicion that you are being lied to and the distrust that follows. It is that unresolved grief you are afraid to feel. Resentment is when you think you are a victim and find yourself repeating, “why does this keep...

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Being a victim to your own emotions (EFT sequence to help)

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012 in Emotional Well-being, Energy Healing, Library | 0 comments

Find Your Way Out of Victim With EFT by Charan Surdhar Normally, in many situations we feel that we are being victimised by others, whether it be relationships, or whether it be by situations in our life. These are all situations where, if I could use the analogy, of feeling like our strings our being held and manipulated by someone or something else. These are all things that we can experience, but what I really want to talk about here is being a victim to your own emotions. What do I mean, when I say being a victim to our own emotions?  Well, we can be so judgemental and critical to the way we are feeling, and our own worst critic. Such that we have all our strings...

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Is Stress From Your past Haunting You?

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012 in Emotional Well-being, Library | 0 comments

Are you haunted From the Past? by Charan Surdhar Many of us have heard someone going through a stressful situation say “I feel sick to my stomach”. Christmas is coming up too, and that in and of itself, can bring about more stress in different forms, as well as digestive issues like bloating and abdominal pain, which are just a few examples. Conventional approaches such as taking antacids for gastric issues only repress the symptoms and don’t resolve the issue at hand. Just recently, I experienced some stress in my life that resulted in me having very uncomfortable abdominal pain, and bloating. When I used the Body Code on myself I assumed that what would show up...

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The Underlying Cause for Addictions

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012 in Emotional Well-being, Library | 0 comments

The Underlying Cause for Addictions by Charan Surdhar This time of year can be a time where personal habits or addictions can come to the forefront, more so now than any other time of the year. A few examples could be spending money you don’t have which can lead to more debt, consuming alcohol also tends to go up more during this time of year in comparison to the rest of the year, and of course out of control eating habits. It’s as if our inner gremlins come out more at this time of year, which reinforces an already low level of self-esteem and self-worth. We may perceive that through this state of mind that people you may know are having more fun than you, as they...

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About Conformity

Posted by on Jan 14, 2012 in Conscious Family, Emotional Well-being, Library | 0 comments

Conformity -vs- Freedom by Tracy Liebmann This Article is in response to this readers comment/question after reading my post called Parenting Curriculum. Thanks for the great question!   Tracy, I’d love to hear more of your thoughts about dealing with external pressure to conform to outside imposed criteria, for instance in interactions with parents and others (i.e. neighbors) who may be feeling threatened by our lack of parenting curriculum.   I will start with this awesome quote from JFK… “Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” -John F. Kennedy   First of all, I congratulate anyone strong enough to go against the...

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