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Manifestation, A Key to Self-Discovery

 

Manifestation is part of awakening. We become aware of how we create our lives as we grow in consciousness. (Everyone is already manifesting, but it’s mainly unconscious.) If we imagine a loop of tape playing and replaying, we might wonder why it continues to play, or we might decide to change the tape. That’s the basic substance of manifestation.

When we realize that we have the power to change the tape, then we alter the direction of our lives. If this realization comes with awakening (and a higher level of vibrations), we know it’s important to create a life in alignment with the inner self. As we expand into light and love, we naturally want to create and experience more “good” in life. Ultimately, it’s beneficial to ourselves and the people around us because everyone benefits from a higher frequency.

Here are a few tips:

  1. Meditation is one of the keys to the realization of the heart’s desire. It brings alignment with the inner self, which quietens thoughts and stills emotions. It also gives connection to the universe, the biggest source of love and light.
  2.  Manifestation alters our perception. It teaches focus on the positive sensations and images of what we want to create. When we focus on the good in life and see the positive, we move into higher vibrations where more possibility and opportunity exist. By focusing the mind, we learn to alter our perceptions.
  3. Many of our perceptions are based on experience and belief, which occur as part of our encounters with life. It doesn’t mean that life always responds in this way, or the outcome never changes. It simply implies that we need to see and feel life differently–and believe that we can change it in a positive sense.
  4. Working with manifestation teaches discernment. Over time, we learn the value of “things” lies in their resonance with our heart. If our desire doesn’t align with the heart or our inner self, it won’t bring joy. But repeated experiences teach the difference between the desires of the inner and outer being.
  5. Focusing on a positive vision teaches control of lower emotions and thoughts. Part of any manifestation lies in the substitution of one thought and image for another. (We can’t change and/or control everything, but we can influence a great deal. Also, we can change our emotions and thoughts.)
  6. The practice teaches a great deal about inner power as well as the changes that occur when we connect with the universe and the inner self. We can use the same practice to alter other people’s lives–and the world. (Everyone and everything is happier in a higher frequency.)
  7. The heart space expands when we step into creating the vision of the inner self. We feel more love and peace. And the world becomes more beautiful.

 

 

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants, and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and creating alignment with their inner path.

 

 

7 Easy Ways to Move Through The Shift

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While many people remain unaware of the shift, awakened individuals experience heightened intuition and emotion, which are qualities of the inner self. Along with this quickening, there is a strong desire for peace and harmony.

Here are a few tips to make navigation a bit easier.

  1. Try working from the inner self. Stop every few hours and ask for the presence of the inner self. (On a practical level, we can ask for information about the most essential aspects of the day. This can include practical, physical steps. While it may seem like a longer list, following the guidance of the inner self brings a gentle, sustaining flow.)
  2. Focus on the heart space. Send love to the self and others. Send love to problems and happy situations. Unconditional love raises everything into a higher frequency and can bring unexpected solutions.
  3. Be patient. It takes time to learn how to use intuition accurately. It takes energy to stay balanced in the New Age. And it requires courage to remain consistently optimistic while holding a vision of a better life and world.
  4. Take time to rest and nurture the self. The energy oscillates continually, and it’s important to take small breaks throughout the day. When the body rests, it operates more smoothly, and we feel less of the currents of mass consciousness and interruptions in the magnetic field. (When we’re tired, it’s helpful to focus on how it feels when we are energized and aligned.)
  5. Center often and focus on the inner self. From this place, see solutions. Imagine happier outcomes and focus on the positive. (This practice raises our vibrations.)
  6. Enjoy nature. Take walks or sit in the sun. Feel the motion of the physical world and notice the beauty. Become full of beauty and light.
  7. Spend a few moments each day and meditate on how peace and harmony feel. Imagine waves of peace, balance, and harmony coming into the inner self. (Refrain from speaking negatively about events or people in the outer world when possible. Sharing truth is fine, but try for a neutral position.)

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants, and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and creating alignment with their inner path.

Mind over Matter

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In metaphysics, spiritual changes are said to alter the flow of the material world. Every particle of matter holds the substance of light and love, which is the basis of life in our universe. By meditating on love and light through connection with the inner self, it is possible to alter the flow of life (matter.) In this theory, matter responds to a very high frequency of light—and affects the spin of the particles of matter.

Sending light, love, and healing to our loved ones and animals is relatively easy. But It’s slightly more difficult to change the flow of our personal lives. Fortunately, other people can hold the vision for us, and we can learn to send more success, love, and light to ourselves.

Here are a few tips.

1)      It’s easiest when connected through meditation. Deep meditation eases emotion, quiets thought, and takes us into the beauty of the inner self. Additionally, it’s there that we can hear and feel the universe. And the universe always wants what is best for us.

2)      It’s helpful to notice the feeling of connection and to add that sensation of love, connectedness, and presence to our visualization. A visualization is our way of telling the universe how we want to experience a change in the flow of our lives. (It’s helpful to imagine the visualization with details, colors, and emotion like a bright, happy dream. The universe holds and embellishes the energy of our dream for us while we work change our energy level and perception of life.)

3)      Stay with the concept of focusing the mind strongly on the visual. If the mind is empty and still, the visual becomes stronger and more powerful over time. Think of the mind as a lens, which changes the flow of life through inner focus.

4)      Pay attention to small variations in life such as a few moments of feeling connected, seeing intense beauty, or the lifting of the heart. All of these motions are about connection, and they are small indications of success.

5)      Everyone has the power to make small changes in life. Turn around perceptions about people, limitations about abundance, and beliefs in unhappy relationships. By changing perception, we literally call in a different “line” of events. As our connection grows stronger, people—and life–respond more accurately to our thoughts. (Small changes become large ones over a period of time.)

6)      Note positive changes. See “almost” events as signs of fulfilled desires. Express gratitude for the appearance of any sign as improvement—a response from the universe.

7)      Self-talk can undermine or expand a visualization. Create affirmations about the success of the work, and praise meditative efforts.

8)      Read books and watch movies with happy endings. Spend time around people who believe in the goodness of the world.

9)      Whenever possible, meditate on love. Remember that our efforts help everyone on the same path. By creating a heart-felt desire, we open the same door for others. Spend time meditating on other people’s desires coming into fruition as well as taking time to appreciate the beauty and splendor of the world.

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants, and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and creating alignment with their inner path.

 

Creating More Peace

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Here’s a brief meditation on creating peace. Feel free to share. For those of you who prefer to read, here’s my latest article on peace from Spirit of Maat ezine (spiritofmaat.com)

 

 

Creating More Peace

Barbara Marciniak said, “You must learn to end the wars in your world by ending them in your mind.”  It feels logical to proceed by embracing peace within our mind and heart. Thought and emotion are known to impact the energetic field, and they are measurable in quantum science. (Everyone has been affected positively and negatively by another person’s emotions or thoughts.)

Peace is a state of mind, which occurs within the stillness of the inner self. It is a higher frequency—a set of vibrations emitted by the inner self.  In general, it is accompanied by a set of feelings, sensations, and a specific visual. When we connect with the inner self, there is an absence of conflicting thought. It is the state associated with stillness—an alignment with the heart.

In this space of connection, we encounter universal concepts such as peace, love, harmony, and joy. In general, the concepts are similar for everyone, but we color them with individual sensations and visualizations. From a place of stillness, it is possible to project a personal vision of peace into the world around us.

In alchemy, it’s said that every particle of matter is composed of light. Matter responds to higher frequencies and changes its shape. (This is seen in cymatics as well as Masaru Emoto’s work with water.) At any rate, mind over matter has been demonstrated many times.

Harmonious vibrations—which are free from duality—can affect physical matter. These vibrations could be described as higher frequencies, which are generated and received by people who are capable of perceiving and projecting them. When a “higher” visualization or feeling is received and repeated throughout many energy field, it is naturally amplified. When many of us focus on our personal sensation of peace repeatedly, it eventually affects the overall energy—as well as the conceivable future.

Mahatma Ghandi thought a concept or movement was much more powerful when it promoted what it stood for rather than fighting against what it opposed. It is a non-dualistic view, based on a simple focus on a higher concept. (When we are connected to our inner self, there is no duality—only wholeness, which provides sensations, which flow from this place of being. By projecting those thoughts and feelings strongly, we affect the matter or physical world around us.)

Coming from a place of wholeness does not mean closing our eyes to the darkness in the world. But it does involve limiting judgement and refraining from deep discussions about wrongness on earth. That’s because negative people and places thrive on negative energy. It’s the best way of creating more of what we don’t want.

The Age of Aquarius focuses on group endeavors, collective consciousness, higher thought, and the quantum field. Higher thought comes when the mind is connected with the heart. It’s easy to identify those thoughts because they are clear, align with universal concepts, and often bring a feeling of softness and relief. More importantly, it’s possible to project those thoughts to others and to the world-at-large. It’s how the quantum field works.

Tips:

1)      Meditating on a personal feeling of peace is easier than seeing peace for the world. From place of connection, it is easily expanded and sent to others as well as geographical locations.

2)      When we identify a strong sensation of peace for ourselves, we automatically vibrate it outward. (Change begins within personal world.)

3)      It’s helpful to choose a color, symbol, or identify a specific energy as peace. The soul often reads energy in symbols. It can be sent to others.

4)      Spend 5 or 10 minutes each day in meditation. In this place, there is no movement between polarities. There is only love and peace. Everyone can contribute to the effort in this way.

5)      Avoid television, violence, and lower vibrations. Try to keep discussions focused on the positive and good changes within the world. (When something causes a strong upset or emotion, try Ho’oponopono or seeing the opposite of the situation.)

6)      Work on eliminating personal judgement, particularly of friends, co-workers, and loved ones. It’s better to see the “good” in them and accept their place of being. And it’s more positive to work on personal peace. (Judgement causes movement between the higher and lower self.)

7)      Create a personal vision of peace in the future and dwell on it occasionally.

8)      With all metaphysical activity, we have to operate partially on faith while believing in the universe and our power to bring about change.

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants, and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and creating alignment with their inner path.

 

Moving Into Stillness

 

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Today, I worked with a student and moved very deeply into the river of stillness with her. Immediately, it began to rain—which I had visualized earlier in the day. (We are 13 inches below normal rainfall.)

When we are in “stillness”, we move into the void where the universe and the inner self meet. In this place, many things, which are unexpected and wonderful, happen without any effort. There is only the experience of profound placement of consciousness with the inner self.

1)      Meditation can lead to stillness if we seek the inner self. The outer world ceases to move, and the inner self speaks. We know when we’ve reached this place because these is an union; the worlds meet. (Try the free meditation series  at https://onetrueself.leadpages.co/meditation-challenge/ for beginning a practice and/or guided meditations.)

2)      In this stillness, there is always a “feeling”, which is not associated with other aspects of life. In metaphysics, it is called the “plumb” line, and we can measure aspects of life with this feeling. (Sometimes, this is referred to as the hara line or the heart, depending on the line of study.) We can also expand this feeling into the future or “feel” into activities to see how they fit.

3)      Visualization and projection of feelings is more accurate and defined when we project from the space of the inner self. Our consciousness is free from our outer identity; it flows. (Possibility opens, and the universe responds.)

4)        In this place of stillness, emotions and thoughts cease. Our frequency is higher. Sending energy, seeing positive outcomes, and detaching from judgement are gifts from this point of perception. Opposites disappear, and detachment appears.  From this place of balance, we can understand more about the energetic motion of our lives.

5)      Freedom comes from connection as well as the expansion of perception. Our overall frequency and vibrations naturally expand, leading to insights about the unseen world. Insights and intuition eventually lead to greater perception of the inner self—which brings a river of peace and unconditional love.

 

Julia Griffin, Intuitive Teacher and Coach

 

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants, and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and creating alignment with their inner path.

Into the Stillness

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Meditation brings a point of connection with the universe—the divine stillness. Everything ceases its motion in the exchange between our human self and soul. Beauty pours into our awareness. Physical sensations calm, and emotions become joyful as thought ceases. The illusion ends temporarily along with the sensation of cascading from one task to another. Light fills our countenance, altering and smoothing our vibrations and moods.

The stillness refers to an illuminated state, the search for light and a response from the universe. With practice, the energetic exchange can come on a daily basis—giving insight and inspiration to our daily lives. In the stillness, the heart speaks with soft voice. It provides gentle guidance, which often feels like positive preferences or inclinations to move through life more softly (a slower pace.) From this point, emotions and thoughts become quiet. Intuition grows like the soft light dawn, illuminating the passage of our spiritual quest.

Often, we can feel the answers within us—even if we lack the knowledge of “how” to find the way. By meditating on the feeling of the calm (and unknown) answer, we find our way. We learn to substitute calm for agitation and how to push away negative thoughts and emotions until we find our true understanding about them. The stillness usually gives a feeling before it brings an answer. By meditating on the feeling, we essentially ask for more knowledge about the answers.

The same is true with gifts. We find our gifts by taking one step at a time toward the illumination of the true self and following our passion instead of pushing it away. There is also a quality of trust. It’s important to trust the information received in meditation and to believe in our power to bring it to fruition.

Life involves a dance between the True Self and the Not Self (the part of us that lives life in a way that we don’t like.) Meditation on the still point leads us into discovering our true feelings and preferences so we can take proper action. It also reveals the peaceful, joyful feelings of the true self, which are always present if we stay with our work—even when it takes longer than we would like.

Tips:

1)      It’s helpful to recall the state of connection before meditating.

2)      When emotions are wild or discordant, acknowledge it. Imagine pink or light blue light pouring into your emotions and the perception of your problem. Focus on how you feel when life goes well.

3)      Trust your ability to tap into the stillness and find answers.

4)      Observe when the mind chatters or focuses on problems. Problems often change when we admit our real feelings and involvement.

5)      Believe in your power to commit to change.

6)      Imagine your life moving in a peaceful flow.

7)      It’s a process. It doesn’t happen overnight. Energy vacillates. You will experience highs and lows. It’s part of the human condition. Send love to lows and give gratitude for breakthroughs.

 

Julia Griffin, Intutiive Healer and Coach

 

 

 

 

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants, and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and creating alignment with their inner path.

 

 

Consciously Manifest More

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As energies move consistently between the old and the new world, it’s important to work on manifestation. The main reason for focus is that we are already creating—and it makes a huge difference to create with kindness and love. Look at it as consciousness (light) versus subconscious programming (darkness.)

The whole point of awakening lies in experiencing the inner self and a state of love, which is derived from the heart space. When we are in this space, we create very quickly through our thoughts and emotions. When we consciously create, we quickly become aware of aspects of the self, which are in alliance with the process. (When aspects of life—or the self—are out of alignment, it’s obviously important to change them.)

  1. The new energies amplify our emotions, connectivity, and experience of life. By visualizing a positive desire, the mind tends to focus on healing, love, success, and happiness. It lifts the mind out of judgement, lower emotions, and personal issues. It also gives alignment with others, who are in a similar place in collective consciousness, which increases our light.
  2. We become happier when focusing on a positive desire. The practice of manifestation teaches inner connection, harmony, and sensations of peace and love. Over time, this placement of consciousness begins to displace unhappy images, habits, and expectations. (We tune into ourselves and the universe.)
  3. Part of any manifestation involves listening to our intuition and “good” actions. Intuition leads to the right thoughts, feelings, and actions to create any desire. Good actions are part of manifestation because listening to the universe compels compassion for others.
  4. The process of manifestation teaches about the power of repetition and connection. A great deal of repetition is required to successfully create a desire. Typically, a desire refers to a particular aspect of life such as success, health, love, or spirituality. The image and “feeling” must be repeated several times on a daily basis—and it must be felt with all of our being. (Again, it teaches about placement of consciousness.)
  5. The placement of consciousness and projection of a desire can be repeated for others. We can learn to see wonderful things for others, conscious realizations, and expression of gifts. Beyond this, there is a very, strong desire to share the love and light of the universe. (Of course, it should be shared with discernment.)
  6. When we consciously create, we vibrate above mass consciousness. We no longer feel lower vibrations. We experience the joy and peace of a higher frequency. We see the potential expansion of life. We also expand our imagination by visualizing an “unknown” aspect of life, which we haven’t yet experienced.
  7. True desires come from the heart–the inner self. We learn to recognize the feeling of desires of the true self and differentiate between the somewhat anxious or heavy feelings of the ego (lower thoughts and patterns.) Eventually, manifestation brings joy from the discovery of our inner gifts and faith in the processes of the universe.  

 

Julia Griffin, Intutiive Healer and Coach

 

 

 

 

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and alignment with their inner path.

Riding the Wave

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In metaphysics, the wave can refer to water signs and emotion, or it can refer to oscillation–the motion between the new reality and the old one.  Emotions occur as the result of an oscillation or movement between thought and physical sensation in the material world.
 
In metaphysics, we’re taught to pay attention to the heart and the inner voice when life is smooth–and when it is turbulent. By paying attention to the moment, we can observe life and deepen our connection because life moves in patterns of up and down—creating the sensation of duality.
Working with emotion involves dealing with oscillation, which occurs within ourselves. If we can observe the motion by connecting with our inner self, it ceases. We progress on our spiritual path. (Changing emotion requires practice and patience, but it is worth the work!)
Tips:
1) When life moves easily, it’s good to expand the energy outwardly into the present and the near future. It’s also helpful to “see” good things for others and project a better, happier world. (Scientific experiments prove “seeing” good for others brings healing and positive energy into our lives.)
2)  When the emotional/mental waves are at a lower point, it’s helpful to know they will pass more quickly when we tap into the spiritual self. We can replace lower thoughts with positive thoughts; we can substitute a positive emotion for a lower one. (We do this by meditating on peace, harmony, joy, or the feeling of a higher vibration.)
3) It’s helpful to know emotions are contagious. We may pick them up from mass consciousness, other people, or locations with a lower frequency. Often, the feeling will pass when we know it doesn’t originate from the self.
4) Positive emotions occur at higher frequencies, and negative emotions occur at lower frequencies. It’s helpful to raise personal frequency by envisioning pink light, asking how it feels when connected with the inner self, or spending time in nature.
5) It’s important to discern if negative emotions occur because we are glimpsing an undesirable truth about a person or situation, seeing through a personal pattern, or seeing life in a light, which may not feel uncomfortable (yet.) In this case, rest, remove the mind from the problem, and gently reflect. Ask for help from the universe in discerning the answer.
6) The inner self always has a vision of a beautiful life, and angels are always around us. The “invisible” world (or quantum field) is said to be more real than visible world. It answers when we call on it—and when we’re ready to change.
7)  When we observe a thought or emotion, it becomes quieter. The inner self generates positive emotions and thoughts. It delivers peaceful answers. By putting our consciousness in this place, life changes.
8) Many teachings speak of “low” and “high” points as storms and rainbows. We think storms are difficult, and rainbows signal a time of abundance. Both are illusions on the path on life. Beyond the illusion is the path of light. If we remain on the journey, we find (and become) the light.

Julia Griffin, Intuitive Teacher and Coach

 

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and alignment with their inner path.