• Donald Trump

    As anyone who knows me will know I do not follow politics. I follow my intuition and continue to hope and pray that there is a higher purpose behind whoever is elected.

    I am aware that many people dislike President Trump and whereas I may well not enjoy spending time with him, if i were given that opportunity, I do believe that he has been put into power for our highest good.

    I have long believed that the governments, news etc are controlled by a higher unseen power that does not have the best interests of the populaton at heart. President Obama even let slip in an interview that he was being controlled. My personal belief is that President Trump with his character will not allow himself to be controlled in the same way.

    But, my point of writing today, is that on Friday morning, I happened to turn on the tv to watch a programme that i had recorded about Ancient Aliens and saw a little of a discussion between Piers Morgan and the female presenter, with regard the huge balloon of Donald Trump as a baby., which was to be flown over the Houses of Parliament. I do not know the details of this, but my life and my work are about love and respect and it is beyond me how anyone could think that that was OK. We worry about children being bullied and as adults we allow that? In my mind, whatever your own personal opinion of the man, it was a hugely disrespectful act and one that I believe was supported and allowed by people that we are putting our trust in to work for our best interests and on this occasion I am certainly in agreement with Piers Morgan.

    We may be living an illusion that we are all seperate but we are the microcosm of the macrocosm. Each of us an individual cell of a bigger body, so to speak. The world we live in would be a different place, if love and respect was shown to the earth that we live on and the people we share it with.



  • Are people too frightened of death that they take life saving too far?

    I happened to turn on the tv yesterday whilst I sat down with a coffee and on The Morning programme there was a couple who were campaining to have the age of the meningitis vaccination given earlier in babies. I believe that it is now given at a year as it was determined that the risk before tha age was so low that it was better for the children to leave this one until later. However, the couple on the tv were unfortunate to find that their daughter went down with meningitis at 8 months old.

    My query arises from that. As a result of the infection and to 'save her life' the hospital amputated all of her limbs. This raises numerous questions for me personally. Was the saving of her life for her benefit or for the benefit of the parents who would not have to suffer and deal with loss at that time. Oh, I should have also said that the doctors believe that she is blind as a result of the infection too.

    I have experienced the fear of a sick child. My eldest as a toddler was very ill and it was discovered that he was allergic to penicillin and my other son, as an adult, collapsed with sepsis two yers ago. Fortunately they both recovered without the loss of any of their faculties and of course nobody knows how they will respond when they find themselves in a situation, but it makes me wonder whether there are times when we should find acceptance for the loss of a life, rather than pursue it at any cost. Should the quality of life be considered when attempting to preserve it?

    I am sure that I have spoken about my father before, but he was two weeks from his 79 birthday when he passed from heart failure. He had signed a DNR but apparently unless he had collapsed in the doctors surgery and that the doctor had remembered him signing it, it was pretty useless. I am not sure whether this was because his surgery failed to process it as they should have done as my family did not want me to pursue it afterwards. Anyway the ambulance crew spent a long time trying to rescusitate him, even though my mother said he had died instantly and then informed her afterwards that it was a good job that they didnt manage it, because for the time he was out, he would have been brain damaged.

    Did they really think that it was a good idea for my 80 year old mother to have to be caring for her brain damaged husband, who had lived in pain for many years and had signed saying he didnt want his life to be prolonged?

    It seems to me that maybe our fear of having to deal with the grief f losing someone close to us, or in the case of the parademics fear of being accused of not doing enough, has meant that at times things are taken too far in an attempt to prolong life, whatever the circumstances.

    I have considered, particulary since my father died of making a living will, because with my own personal beliefs, I would not want to be kept alive by the medical profession at any cost, but i was advised by the solicitor that it would be a waste of time and money because my wishes would not be upheld.

    Surely we should have the right to decide how far we would be prepared to take things in order to stay alive. How many adults would choose to life without limbs and sight?

    Something to think about and certainly an incentive to care for ones body in the best way possible.



  • The Me Too Movement

    I think that we have reached a critical time in our evolution and the way men and women relate to each other. I could add several of my own personal stories to the MeToo campaign and with the messages that I receive and the behaviours of a minority of clients, I am very aware that there is still some way to go with regard the attitude that many have towards women.

    We have not yet totally left behind the patriarchal society, where men thought that they owned women and could use them, when they chose, without the need for 'connection, but merely as a tool for their release.

    The male species were brought up with bravado and boastful of their conquests. Even in my childhood, where sex was not a usual topic of conversation, and not that long ago, the attitude was very much that men should go and spread their seed and that the women should comply, whether they liked it or not. 'Lay back and think of England'.

    There is a total lack of education and understanding with regard us as energetic beings. Sex education in schools, if there is any at all, is very poor, and purely about the mechanics and most parents lack understanding and combined with embarrassment, possibly create more issues and taboos.

    As I say to my clients, we as human beings are all energy. The energy that arises from our sexual organs IS our life force energy, our creative energy. We all need to take responsibility for ourselves and our energy systems. Most illness and dis-ease is caused by the energy becoming stuck and not flowing around the body as it should.

    The tantrics believe that when men ejaculate they are giving away their life force energy. Whether you believe that or not, it is important to understand that YOU are responsible for your OWN energy. You do not NEED another person in order to feel sexually fulfilled. Although a sexual experience with another in a committed loving relationship can help you to grow and clear your energy.

    So, the same applies to men or women. Another person should always be treated with respect and not used to fulfil your own purposes, whether sexual or otherwise.

    I am sure that I have mentioned this in a previous post, but I have had conversations with my children, who are now adults, about the risk that men are now taking when having sex because of the possible accusation of rape. There is not a reliable and set definition of rape and often it comes down to one persons word against another. Basically, it comes down to consent, but many men have this mistaken belief that No means Yes and Yes means something entirely different.

    This particular issue would be less of a problem, if my previous guidelines were followed. Namely, look after and respect your own sexual energy and do not use another person to give yourself relief. If you learn to circulate the energy within your own body using the breath, the need to send it outwards diminishes.

    Within a committed relationship, the questions that arise around consent also diminish to that of a casual pick up, although respect for the other person still arises.

    In my opinion any sex, that is forced and with agression, within or outside a relationship is rape.

    Most men have not experienced what they could potentially feel within their bodies if they let go of the 'need to get off' and learn to recosgnise and enjoy the energy moving around their bodies. Most women have not experienced enjoyable sex, because the men have been very efficient in their goal of 'getting off' and have used the women as a tool to accomplish it before their bodies have been ready to accept them.

    A multiple orgasmic experience can be enjoyed fully clothed, eye gazing and breathing together, or when you are full aware of the energy of your body by just taking a breath on your own.



  • Mary Magdalene

    I have always had an affinity with Mary Magdalene and have felt her presence at various times throughout my life. I was not brought up in a Church going family but had an awareness of the Church's view of Mary through my school RE lessons and always had a strong feeling that they were wrong.

    My feelings with regard her life aligned very much with the gospel that was found in Egypt in 1986, but not made public untl 1955. On Sunday, I went to see the film Mary Magdalene, which I very much enjoyed and which I believe was closer to the truth of her story. It depicted her as a disciple and a close confidante of Jesus, however, I believe, through what I have received in my meditations that the couple were married and were most definitely lovers. I also believe that they had a daughter Sarah and that Mary and Sarah went to France to live after Jesus's crucifixtion

    It is my belief that there was a much greater understanding of the bodies energy systemsby some at that time and that through a tantric type sexual relationship, Mary's energy supported Jesus in the healing work that he did.

    I am glad that the Church have finally denounced the label of 'whore'.

    It was, I believe, the deliberate intent of the men of the time, who had become fearful of the energetic power of women, to shame them into being either Virgin or Whore, which is something that is still causing problems with womens sexuality, even two thousand years later.

    The message that the film ended with was that to change the world, we need to change ourselves - to release the negative emotions and focus on the positive. This is very apt at this particular time. As I have said before we are all microcosms of the macrocosm. We need to raise our personal vibrations by processing the negative emotions in order to evolve.

    We are being sent powerful bursts of energy from the Universe to help this process. The things that do not serve us are being brought to our awareness.

    Be conscious of your thoughts, words and actions. Act, speak and think with love and kindness.



  • Prostate

    I have decided to post the following information about the prostate as put out by the NHS. I have followed it up with the metaphysical reasons for prostate issues. In reading, please be aware, that the mind is extremely powerful. We can think ourselves into having an issue. The body is made to heal itself and all physical problems are a manifested due to unresolved emotions. Our bodies are a tool indicating to us when we are not living our life fully aligned with our blueprint.

    What is the prostate?

    Only men have a prostate gland. The prostate is usually a size and shape of a walnut and grows bigger as you get older. It sits underneath the bladder and surrounds the urethra, which is the tube men urinate and ejaculate through. Its main job is to help make semen -the fluid that carries sperm.

    What can go wrong?

    The most common prostate problems are:

    an enlarged prostate (intersting that this is listed as a problem when it is a perfectly natural part of aging)


    prostate cancer

    What is on in large prostate?

    The prostate gets bigger as you get older this is called enlarged prostate and is common in men over 50. You might also hear it called benign prostatic enlargement or benign prostatic hyperplasia. It is not cancer, and it doesn’t increase your risk of getting prostate cancer. As the prostate grows, it can cause urinary problems, including the symptoms listed. There are ways to treat it.

    What is prostatitis?

    Prostatitis is thought to be caused by an infection or by inflammation of the prostate. It is not cancer, and there is no evidence that it increases your risk of getting prostate cancer. It is common and can affect men of any age, but its most common in men aged between 36 and 50.

    Symptoms vary from man-to-man but can include urinary problems, aching in the area between your testicles and back passage, or pain in the lower part of your abdomen, groin or lower back.

    What is prostate cancer?

    Prostate cancer can develop when cells in the prostate start to grow in an uncontrolled way. Prostate cancer is very common - one in eight men in the UK will get it at some point in their lives. Prostate cancer often grows to slowly to cause any problems. But some prostate cancers grow more quickly and have a high risk of spreading. This is more likely to cause problems and need treatment to stop or delay it’s spreading.

    Does prostate cancer have any symptoms?

    Most men with early prostate cancer don’t have any symptoms. Some men may have difficulty urinating. Men with prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of the body might have pain in the back, hips or pelvis, problems getting or keeping an erection, blood in the urine, or unexplained weight loss. The symptoms are usually caused by other things, but it’s still a good idea to get them checked out by your GP.

    Am I at risk of prostate cancer?

    You may be more likely to get prostate cancer if:

    You are aged 50 or over - it mainly affects men over 50, and your risk increases as you get older

    Your father or brother has had it - you are 2 1/2 times more likely to get it if your father or brother has had it

    you are black - one in 4 black men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives

    If you’re overweight you might have a higher risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer that aggressive or advanced

    What should I do next?

    If you notice any of the changes mentioned below or you are worried about your risk of prostate cancer visit your GP. You can also call specialist nurse or chat to them on line.

    What changes should I look out for?

    If you noticed any changes when you urinate or have any of the problems listed, this could be a sign of a prostate problem.

    Changes to look out for include:

    Needing to urinate more often than usual, especially at night

    Difficulty starting to urinate

    Straining or taking a long time to finish urinating

    A week flow when you urinate

    A feeling that your bladder hasn’t emptied properly

    A sudden need to urinate - sometimes leaking urine before you get to the toilet

    Dribbling urine after you finish urinating.

    Less common changes including:

    Pain when urinating

    Pain when ejaculating.

    A small number of men get blood in there urine or semen, or problems getting or keeping an erection. The symptoms aren’t usually caused by prostate problem, and are more often linked to other health problems.

    Urinary problems are common in older men common, but this doesn’t mean you have to put up with them. There are ways to treat them or manage them yourself.

    You can speak to a specialist nurse on 0080 074 8383 or through the website www.prostatecanceruk.org

    Metaphysical reasons for prostate problems

    Physical block

    The prostate is a gland attached to the male genital apparatus, situated around the base of the urethra, under the bladder. It secretes a milky liquid that constitutes the majority of the ejaculatory fluid. Its role is to dilute the thick spermatic fluid, to nourish and protect the sperm and to ensure their activation. The most common problems are inflammation, tumours and cancer.

    Emotional block

    The prostate links the physical body with the sacral chakra, the centre of creativity or pro-creative energy. Prostate disorders occur most often after the age of 50 and indicate a sense of powerlessness in a given situation, with an underlying weariness.

    The body is telling you that there is a need to let go of the reins, to surrender control to the Universe which is sending you opportunities in the form of certain situations that allow you to let go. In letting go, you will be able to re-channel your creative energies in other areas. When a man feels a sense of powerlessness, his libido, (pro-creative drive) becomes diminished, reflecting his inner feelings.

    Mental block

    Prostate disorders are manifested to help you regain contact with the power to create your own life. Your belief system no longer applies; just because your physical body is aging, you are no less powerful or capable of harnessing the energy to create new possibilities. Now is the time in your life when you can make all your dreams come to fruition, harvest the fruits of your labours and delegate to younger people some of the practical tasks. This in no way negates your worth, on the contrary, it denotes wisdom and effective management.

    Prostate cancer can usually be changed with cleanses and dietary changes, although as it is usually caused by toxins if the toxin is re-introduced it will re-establish itself. This goes for toxic relationships as well as toxins in the diet and environment. Prostate cancer is often seen where there is a relationship with an overbearing woman. Men have a tendency to 'make a relationship work' no matter what, because if they divorce, their wife is going to get 50% of what the couple have accumulated. It is a big deal to many men.

    There are a lot of men who would prefer to be with abusive and miserable women than face the emotional and financial upheaval a break up would cause. Unfortunately it is likely that the relationship created the prostate cancer in the first place, because prostate cancer is usually associated with problems within relationships. The cancer attaches itself to the weakened area of the body, the area under distress, the area with the emotion that is out of control and out of order.

    The person has to understand that it is OK to have opinions and it is OK to have emotions too. How many men are allowed to cry when they are children and adults? Men are told to be strong, to be in control and not show emotion. Holding emotions inside is a likely reason why some men are susceptible to prostate cancer. The person has to know what it feels like to be completely loved and how to change their life. Otherwise they will stagnate and not have the emotional complement necessary to follow through.



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