Spiritual Laws – The Law of Miracles

There are thirty-six or more spiritual laws that offer excellent ways for us to understand life on earth, some of the following text has been taken from Diana Cooper’s fantastic book “A Little Light on the Spiritual Laws”. I have already briefly explained some of the laws back in 2009, over the coming weeks I will explain some of the laws of higher frequency. If you find this interesting I would encourage you to read Diana’s book. I use Diana’s book when I am low or want an answer to a problem I flick through the book and open it at a law, and more often than not that is where I need to focus at that time.

The Law of Miracles

When something happens which cannot be explained by our physical laws, we possibly turn to the spiritual laws.

As worldwide consciousness rises more and more people are accessing the divine, higher energies. Therefore, more people are experiencing miracles.

Genuine forgiveness and unconditional love are divine energies that enable miracles to happen.

Bitterness, hurt, and anger are heavy, repellent energies. We need to release these to reach higher energies. Writing down your anger and bitterness and then burning the paper can help you release these lower energies. Miracles are a natural result of us connecting to the higher energies.

When we ask angels or ascended masters or any being from the spiritual hierarchy of light we draw in the divine higher frequency which transcends physical laws.

Synchronicities and coincidences are a form of miracle. Spiritual forces are working behind the scenes to coordinate the vast and marvellous Universe to help predestined meetings take place. These synchronicities and coincidences are directed by God/Universe and arranged by your guides and angels, so you have the opportunity to fulfil your destiny.

Quote from Diana Cooper’s book.

“As your vibrations rise you attract more spiritual help, so miracles, synchronicities and coincidences are signals from the Universe you are on your true pathway”

Understanding the spiritual laws helps us create a happy and joyous life, energy healing can also help us to follow these laws to create wealth, health and prosperity in our lives, by helping to remove anger, negative beliefs etc.

If you would like to know more about energy healing please contact me

Spiritual Law – Law of Gratitude

Spiritual Laws

There are thirty-six or more spiritual laws that offer excellent ways for us to understand life on earth, some of the following text has been taken from Diana Cooper’s fantastic book “A Little Light on the Spiritual Laws”. I have already briefly explained some of the laws, over the coming weeks I will explain some of the laws of higher frequency. If you find this interesting I would encourage you to read Diana’s book. I use Diana’s book when I am low or want an answer to a problem I flick through the book and open it at a law, and more often than not that is where I need to focus at that time.

The Law of Gratitude

Gratitude is giving thanks from your heart. When you give heartfelt thanks the energy flows from your heart and activates certain responses from other people as well as the universe. If you pay lip service to gratitude because you feel you have to be thankful, your words and thoughts do not create the same response.

When you are totally grateful to someone for things they have done, they feel the loving energy of your thanks and feel overjoyed and loved, so are more likely to give you more. When you give heartfelt thanks to the universe for what you have received, the universal energy lovingly responds by giving you more.

Heartfelt gratitude is a key to abundance. It unlocks the great resources of the universe.

Judgement and criticism are the opposite of gratitude and appreciation they put you in a very low place. If somebody has done lots of nasty things to you, you will feel angry and criticise them and your body will feel tense and you may have headaches etc.

It is considered an old fashioned concept to be grateful to your parents for giving you life. Many people think it is their parent’s fault they were born. The truth is your spirit chose them as parents and they obliged by giving you entry to the universe and provided the circumstances and conditions, however challenging, that your soul needed for this experience on earth.

When you appreciate even small things in a person or situation, it grows as soon as you are appreciating something you are focusing on it, so by the Law of Attention, it increases and multiplies.

To help you feel positive and to forgive, you need to remind yourself with compassion that people who behave in this way to you are hurting. Happy people do not do nasty things. Try and look for one good thing or nice thing people have done for you and focus on appreciating or being grateful for it. Their attitude may or may not change but you will start to feel good again.

When we realise we are sent challenges because they help us grow, we alter our attitude to them. Within every challenging situation is the gift of a lesson. Our task is to learn the lesson and appreciate what it has taught us.

If you want to help improve your happiness, health, and abundance, keeping a gratitude diary is a great start. Every day write down 5-10 things you are thankful for. Before you go to bed think back through the day and find things to be grateful for. Begin 2022 by keeping a gratitude diary and seeing the changes in your life.

Quotes from Diana Cooper’s A Little Light on the Spiritual Laws

“In the silence, you will receive pearls of divine wisdom.”

Understanding the spiritual laws can help us create a happy and joyous life, energy healing can also help us to follow these laws to create wealth and prosperity in our lives, by helping to remove anger, negative beliefs etc.

If you would like to know more about energy healing please contact Soul Essence with any questions.

Spiritual Laws – Frequency or Vibration

Fear is a low-frequency heavy vibration, whereas love calmness and peace are high-frequency light vibrations. We have all been in a situation where humour has lifted the energy. Love heals the heavy emotion of grief. Light vibration will transmute the heavy ones.

Critical and cynical people send out arrows of low-frequency energy, we struggle to be around this energy,  we make jokes to lighten the energy or move away and talk to someone else. Anger and rage are low energies and below that energy is always fear and a feeling of powerlessness. While we are calm and centred we remain in high vibration and able to be in our power and calmly speak our truth, so we can release the feelings of anger and rage.

We all know animals can pick up the frequencies we can’t. A dog will always bark/growl at someone who is scared of dogs. Horses will also respond to your energy. Children do the same they can sense when teachers or parents are stressed, and behave accordingly.

Doing things because you feel you should, will also carry a low vibration. Guilt and obligation are not good reasons to do things. When you do things you enjoy or want to do you radiate high-frequency energy. Therefore the sooner you do things that give you joy and enthusiasm, the quicker you will raise your energy and those around you to high frequency.

Use affirmations to help programme your subconscious. Use your imagination to visualise confidence, joy and beautiful colours around you.  Once you realise who you are and accept it you will start to raise yourself to a high-frequency person.

Illness and disease have a heavy vibration that blocks the flow of your life force. Healing is when high-frequency energy is sent or channelled to the ill person. Energy healing can help shift you from low vibration to high vibration contact Rosemary if you would like to discuss how energy healing could help you.

Success has a vibration, mix with successful people and your vibration should start to match theirs.

Understanding spiritual laws can help us create a happy and joyous life.

This information is based on Diana Cooper’s book “A Little Light on the Spiritual Laws”.

Are you feeling overwhelmed? Find your inner peace now!

Are you feeling overwhelmed in life, struggling with your workload, always rushing from one task to the next, feeling stressed and anxious? In today’s modern world we have forgotten what it is like to live a life where we’re not always overloaded, overworked, and underappreciated, by those around us and by ourselves. For help on all these subjects Soul Essence is starting a fortnightly class in the New Year to find our inner calm and peace. Sign up here and receive some information on how you start to help yourself now and receive more information in the new year of the class.

Listen to music

Music is food for the soul and an instant way to gain peace of mind. Try to listen to calming relaxing music rather than heavy rock/pop. There is plenty of information online on how sound waves change the water and other elements. Just remember we are 70% to 80%, so sound waves affect our body.

Deep breathing/meditation

Taking deep breaths helps you focus on your breathing and not on things that make you anxious. Meditation can help this too, it can be a guided meditation taking you on a journey to relax or focussing on a candle or music. The end result is a calmer you.

Go for a walk

Being out in the fresh air can help promote peace of mind. It is also good physical exercise to help you improve your health.

Enjoy nature

If you live in a city, find some green spaces to connect with nature, listen to the birds and enjoy the peaceful feeling. If you are in the countryside you have more choices where to connect with nature. Nature revives our energy and inner spirit and can teach us major lessons if we are willing to observe and understand. Getting in tune with it can help optimize our immunity and ultimately our wellbeing. As nature calms you, your stress level reduces which improves your immune system.

Declutter

Clutter can add to feelings of tension and a clean, clear home allows a clearer, more peaceful mind. There are many ideas online to help you declutter.

Acceptance

Learn what we can control and what we cannot. Let go of the things you can’t change like the weather, traffic, various delays. Look for the positive things in your life.

Self-love

Learning to love/like ourselves helps us feel more at ease. By loving ourselves we can decrease our feelings of insecurity and find more inner peace

Be true to you

Behave similarly to the way we feel and think. If we see ourselves as a loving mother and do not behave in that way, we will not have a feeling of inner peace.

Sense of humour

Try and see the funny side of things. Laughing has always been said to be good medicine. This is because laughter increases our intake of oxygen-rich air, stimulates our lungs and muscles and increases that feel-good hormone “endorphins”

Love unconditionally

Insecurity destroys peace of mind. By not expecting anything back, we can love without fear. The conditions we put on love create our inner turmoil.

Life in the moment

Eckhart Tolle explains this so well in his book “Power of Now”. We cannot change the past and what we do in this present moment is what will affect our future. Trying to live in the past or future just creates worry and anxiety.

Adopt an attitude of gratitude

Putting our focus on all the times and for things we are grateful for helps to promote our inner calm. Always try to find positive in your life. Just think of the best thing that happened this day and say thank you just before you go to bed.

See failure as learning

None of us would have learned to walk if we had not failed a few times first. To improve in anything, you have to fail and try again. Just remember it is not you that is the failure, it is what you tried that failed. There is a difference

Connect with others

Life is about sharing with others and feeling understood, this gives us a sense of wellbeing.

Find positive outlets for negative emotions

Sports, particularly martial arts are a great way of releasing negative emotions. You can also release through therapy groups or various hobbies. Suppressing negative emotions is likely to lead to ill health.

Slow down

We are living at a time where we expect everything now. How often do you get frustrated when something is slowly downloading or not happening at the pace you would like. We place pressure on ourselves unnecessarily. Observe when you are feeling impatient and why.

Challenge your “should” and “musts”

Replace these words with could and stop putting pressure on yourself. You will start feeling more peace.

Be kind

By being kind to others it makes us feel good too. Try doing random acts of kindness for others.

Don’t compare

Do what you want, follow your path, we are all on our own journeys and at different places. Stop creating stress by comparing yourself with others “BE YOU”

Affirmations

Affirmations are a great way to stop the inner critic and be positive. Here are some affirmations for anxiety. 

Monitor your thoughts

We are so often overly critical of ourselves, try to talk to ourselves like you would a best friend. Remember our thoughts and words create our lives. Being harsh with yourself will not create inner peace.

Get enough sleep

Make sure you get between 7 and 8 hours of sleep to regenerate your body. If we are overtired things will not go well and we will feel miserable.

Just to remind you Soul Essence will cover these and more in the fortnightly class in the new year. Sign up here and receive some information about how you start to help yourself now and receive more information in the new year about the class.

What are your emotional wounds? How can you heal them?

Most of our emotional wounds are formed during our childhood. We learn to mask the wounds to receive attention and fit in with our family and friends.

Here is a list of some of the things which may have caused emotional wounds for you: –

  1. Being shouted at, hit, or exposed to violence, you now feel afraid of others anger.
  2. Being harshly judged frequently, you now feel inadequate.
  3. Being ridiculed in public, feeling embarrassed, you now feel ashamed of yourself.
  4. Being smothered or abused, you now feel inferior.
  5. Being overly controlled, you now allow people to control you.
  6. Being used for your parent’s needs.
  7. Trusting a caregiver and being betrayed, now you find it hard to trust.
  8. Being made to feel guilty, now you struggle to forgive yourself
  9. Being rejected when you reached out for connection, now you feel people will not like you.
  10. Being inadequately nurtured and cared for, now feel needy and empty.
  11. Being taken care of, and then abandoned, now feeling scared of being left again.
  12. Not being seen and appreciated for who you were.

If any of the above happened to you, you might feel that you are fundamentally flawed or believe you are not loveable or enough.

All these wounds can leave you feeling disconnected from life and possibly experiencing anxiety, anguish, hurt, depression, frustration and more.  The more these feelings and traumas are suppressed, the more disconnected from spirit and life we feel.

How do you heal Emotional wounds?

Step one is to feel your emotions. All too often, we bottle things up. At some point, the emotion will get released, and this can be in undesirable ways, where you end up hurting yourself and others. We often turn to drugs, alcohol, binge eating, sex, or other addictions to numb our pain and emotions.  Try talking to family and friends about your feelings if you can or find a qualified therapist to help you. 

Step two, healing is a process, not something that will happen in one therapy session. You need to feel the emotion and expel the suppressed energy.  Find somewhere where you can be alone then. If you are sad, let yourself cry if you are angry, shout and scream into a pillow, letting go of the suppressed energy.

Step three is to accept these feelings and emotions, really feel them as you let them go. Don’t keep any of the suppressed energy inside of you. Our feelings and emotions are from the past. We don’t want them to influence our future enjoyment. Whatever caused our emotional wounds happened, and by facing it, we can help to change our reaction to it, choose to stop letting it control you in the now.  

Step four is to forgive all involved.  By really forgiving, you will feel freedom from the control these emotional wounds had over you. This can be done by meditation, prayer, writing a letter and burning or tearing it up.

Step five, use Louise Hays’ mirror work to learn from your pain and wounds.  What can you discover? Can any of this make me stronger? Keep searching for the lessons it could be showing you perseverance, forgiveness, patience, anything else you can learn from your pain and wounds.

Step six, if you run a constant story of blame in your thoughts. If your self-talk is saying expressions like……… it was my parent’s fault; it was because of such and such teacher etc. Try to find a positive statement, like, I am a self-determined person, and I allow others the same right. I can trust myself completely as my life unfolds to create my own unique story. I am highly creative, intelligent, attractive, energetic, witty, smart, healthy, wealthy, and wise.

Need help with healing your emotional wounds? Contact Rosemary

Learn how to reconnect to the earth and improve your health

Grounding, which is sometimes called “earthing”, involves doing activities that reconnect you to the earth’s current and helps you to become grounded.

By being electrically grounded you will feel:

  • Centred
  • Solid
  • Strong
  • Balanced
  • Less tense
  • Less stressed.

People live with constant, stress, pain, anxiety, depression and fatigue, there is also an increase of people suffering from autoimmune diseases in our modern world. Research has started to look at how disconnected from the earth we are and how this may affect our health.

We are bioelectrical beings living on an electrical planet. Our body operates electrically, our cells transmit frequencies to run our heart, muscles, nervous and immune systems.

When we live in the cities, we no longer walk barefoot outside or wear natural leather shoes that allow you to absorb the grounds energy. We wear rubber and plastic soled shoes which insulate us from the earth’s energy. By being disconnected and ungrounded we are no longer in touch with the earth’s energy.  There has been some research done which is showing how grounding/earthing can help, decrease pain and inflammation, reduce stress levels, and improve circulation.

Here is a youtube link which explains some of the research and goes into much more detail.

As healers we are encouraged to connect with the ground barefoot before we start any sessions with our clients. The best way to connect to the earth is to walk barefoot on grass, sand, concrete, or earth. We do grounding exercises to help us connect to earth.

Start using meditation today and improve your health now.

Meditation can help ease your pain, anxiety, stress and improve the health of your heart, boost your immune system and mood.

Conditions which are caused or worsened by stress and tension can be helped through meditation. By relaxing in meditation, you lower your blood pressure and improve your heart rate, (please note you must continue to take any medication until your doctor advises you can) slows your breathing and brain waves. When your muscles start to relax, they release the tension and tightness. The repetition in meditation is what helps us to relax. As we focus on our breath, letting go of our thoughts, and repeating a mantra, affirmation, or word we become present, and start the relaxation response.

Meditation is not difficult to learn, it is a skill which, you need to practice. After a few weeks of practice, you will be able to get to a relaxed state more quickly. If you relax several times a day, you may find you feel more relaxed during the whole day.

There have been many studies done showing meditation can lower cardiovascular risk, by relaxing and reducing your stress. Poorly managed stress is associated with a risk of high blood pressure and heart disease.

Meditation is an immune booster. Your immune system responds to both negative and positive thoughts, meditation will create a positive mental environment for the immune system to flourish. Meditation stimulates the immune system brain-function regions.

There have been studies where HIV patients slowed down the reduction of their CD-4 cell count, using meditation. The CD-4 cells are the immune cells which keep the virus from propagating.

Knowing if meditation is working. If your body is feeling relaxed, calm, and warm when meditating, you are probably going deep enough for the relaxation response.  If you are struggling to feel these, perhaps join a group to help you.

If you really do not get on with meditation any relaxing technique would be helpful.

If you would like to join a fortnightly group online email Rosemary

How to Believe in Yourself and Bring Success into Your Life

Whatever you want from life, be it better health, a promotion at work, being more creative, you need to believe you can reach the goal.

What is the goal you want to achieve? What are your beliefs about this goal?

Here are some health goals you may consider, getting 7-8 hours of sleep daily, 30-60 minutes of exercise regularly, being free of addictions, and plan daily spiritual timelike yoga or meditation.

Business goals maybe, retain or gain more customers, or start using social media to build your business.

Personal goals maybe, self-development, learn a new skill or hobby, let go of the past, travel, or be more creative.

All of the above goals are much easier to achieve if you to believe in yourself.

If you want to start meditating to gain all the health benefits, you need to believe you can make it happen. If we start by saying it is hard or I can’t do it, I have too many thoughts, we will not get very far with the practise and give up.

Believing in ourselves.

Many of us have negative beliefs from childhood buried in our subconscious. These beliefs often form our negative self-talk and stop us from being successful in life. A good practice is to stand in front of the mirror in the morning, and before you go to bed and listen to your self-talk when a negative thought comes to mind, counteract it with positive words. An example, “I am not creative” simply say, “my creativity is unique and good”. By doing this, you remind yourself of the truth of your abilities before your mind absorbed the negativity in your environment as a child.

If you are often around people who are negative and put you down, start to spend less time with them. Spend time with people who give you encouragement and help. If you do not want to be held back from success, limiting your time with negative people is helpful. Negativity is contagious, like flu.

Only you can believe in yourself, ask yourself, “how would the person I wish to be, act in this situation?” Act like the person you want to be; let go of your self-doubts.   If you would like to learn more about letting go of limiting beliefs holding you back from success or learning how to meditate to improve your life, email Rosemary

Six simple ways to increase your self-motivation

Self Motivation

What does self-motivation mean, the dictionary says, “able and willing to work without being told what to do”. Therefore, self-motivation is an important skill to have. It drives you to keep going even when you are faced with setbacks in achieving your goals.

Here are some ways to help keep you motivated.

Start your day with gratitude and appreciation.

Be thankful for how you feel, and when you are asked, “how are you today?” give a positive answer, “I am fantastic, excellent or great” G.R.E.A.T. stands for Getting Really Excited About Today. You may be thinking about what I have to be excited about. Start living each day as the greatest day of your life, be excited for another day to help your friends and family, be a positive influence. Self-motivation should start the minute you wake up. Do something special for you; this could be your regular skincare routine, a shower with a special shower gel, be creative; if you struggle to do nice things for yourself, you are unlikely to be helpful or productive for others.

Reward yourself.

After being good to yourself, reward yourself; this can be any small treat or your breakfast. Preferably something that is repeated. It is easier to keep yourself motivated when you provide recognition to yourself.

Self-motivation has to come from you.

No one can give you self-motivation, you can be motivated by getting money or other outside influences, but that is not lasting; it can be taken away at any time. Live your life from the inside out, not the outside in and embrace enduring self-motivation.

Taking control of your life

There are things you cannot control, for example, the weather, traffic, what other people say or do. If you cannot control something, just let it be. There are things in life that are possible to control, like your thoughts, your ego, your reactions, and your attitude. These are all part of self-motivation. Changing your perspective on life will boost your self-motivation.

Know yourself.

Answer these questions, be honest for the most beneficial results to improve your self-motivation. You may wish to work with a trusted friend or therapist to dig deeper into your thoughts.

  • What are your values?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • What motivates you?
  • What demotivates you?
  • What are your fears and perceived limitations?
  • How can you overcome them?
  • What are your negative habits?
  • What positive habits can replace them?

What you want from life.

Self-motivation is a necessary to achieve your goals and dreams, write your dreams and goals down.

Set out an action plan, break it down into small steps. Take action on your plan. Self-motivation is the actual doing. Thinking about it leads to procrastination. Give yourself permission to learn; this may mean failing once or twice before you get it right. This is normal; think about how a toddler learns to walk.

I am Often Asked how to Keep our Lives Calm!

Here are some brilliant ways to keep calmness in your life.

We need to change our perception and our thoughts to a way of calmness and love. Using Louise Hay’s affirmation “Life Loves You” while standing in front of a mirror and repeating this ten times, acknowledging the thoughts and feelings that come up. Make sure you let go of all the negative thoughts coming from your ego or inner critic. Be kind and loving to yourself.

Many of the actions below have been taken from “The Little Book of Calm”, by Paul Wilson

  1. Select your company well. As harsh as it may sound, mixing with highly stressed people will make you feel stressed. On the other hand, mixing with calm people will leave you feeling calm even for the briefest period.
  2. Invest in a fruit bowl. The more beautiful your bowl, the better stocked it is, the less likely you are to turn to stress-enhancing snack foods. Eat more fruit, and you will feel more relaxed – it’s as sweet as that.
  3. Worry when the time comes. Most worries are future-based. They revolve around things that, in most cases, will never happen. Concentrate on the present, and the future will take care of itself.
  4. Pamper your feet. Soak your feet, then massage them with moisturiser or a relaxing combination of essential oils. You will feel blissfully relaxed in no time. You can read my post about massaging your feet here.
  5. Wet face towel. As any beauty therapist or barber will tell you, nothing soaks away facial stress and tension quite so efficiently as a damp hot towel. You can read about my natural face treatment here.
  6. Reaffirm your friendships. If you tend to get overly serious with your work or responsibilities, remind yourself that the most common deathbed regrets relate to neglected relationships, not unfinished business.
  7. Think before you buy. To avoid the stresses of debt, think about what you can afford to spend long before thinking about what you would like to buy.
  8. Sleep on a patchouli pillow. Add three drops of patchouli or chamomile oil to your pillow every few nights for a blissfully calm sleep.

Contact Rosemary if you would like more information on staying calm or learning meditation.