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Monday, May 25, 2015

Thank You, I Love You

I would like to expand on the information that I wrote about in my last blog from Dr. Hue Len, author of Zero Limits. What he shares with us allows us to be 100% responsible for what is happening in our life. So when struggle shows up, the question to ask is, "What is going on in me that I am experiencing this?" It is about going into the subconscious mind and addressing the data that has been stored. Everything within us is run by information. That stored information is dictating everything that we see and feel and how we perceive it to be. Everything we see through our eyes is veiled by the data that is stored in our subconscious mind.

Dr. Lee states that if you see someone in a certain way which is disturbing and you erase those thoughts within your mind they can longer be that way. This is how master Jesus worked. The reason people were healed in his presence is because he only saw the perfection within them. He did not see the disease. He did not see the afflictions or the negative emotions. Because he saw them as perfect divine beings, they could be nothing less. In this way you are being 100% responsible. You are taking responsibility for what is triggering you within your conscious and subconscious mind that is creating a negative reaction from you.

Dr. Len says the most profound thing in practicing ho,onnopono,o is you can erase the data that has been stored in the subconscious. So when you're experiencing anger, it is the memory of anger that is upsetting you, not the current situation. This process is about falling in love with the memory. You are saying to this anger, I love you, thank you for showing up.  I'm giving you one last chance to free you. Once the data is erased, it is no longer running you. Now you are in the space of emptiness that Buddha speaks of and in that open space, pure inspiration can come through.

With this in mind, all that's really necessary is to say "thank you" and "I love you." You're thanking the memory for showing up and you are filling it with love. When you make these statements from deep within your heart, the data is erased from the subconscious mind and you will feel it in your body.

I like using these two statements better than the "I'm sorry" and the "forgiveness" statements. My belief is that if I'm sorry and I'm asking forgiveness. then I'm saying I did something wrong. In the big scheme of things, you have never done anything wrong. This frees you to be open to self-love. Every decision is a perfect decision. In the moment, with the information you had at the time, you made the perfect decision. Granted a few seconds later or hours later you might receive new information that would have altered that decision. But in the moment, with the information you had, you made the perfect decision. So your statement for ho,onnopono,o is "thank you, I love you."

Thank you for showing up in my life.

I love you,
Marnie

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

How to Let Go of What is Holding You Back


When we are in a funk, what helps us get out of it is to take full responsibility for what has happened and is happening in our lives. If we blame another for our situation, we are at their mercy until they correct what apparently went wrong. The only person you can change is yourself. Why not start there, with yourself, to make changes?

It is really quite simple to do and does not require a great amount of time. All you need is an open heart and to be ready to wipe out the data that has been locked in your sub consciousness mind. The process is called "ho'oponopono" and it works on the premise that our consciousness creates everything in and around us.

Dr. Len is the Hawaiian therapist who cured an entire ward of criminally insane patients without ever meeting any of them or spending a moment in the same room. Here is the full story: http://www.laughteronlineuniversity.com/practice-hooponopono-four-simple-steps/.  Be sure to watch the video as Dr. Len explains his process much better than I.

I have applied this process many times and I am always impressed with the results. I feel different and I also see the people who I am forgiving act differently. But I am not forgiving them for what they did. I am forgiving the memory I hold about them. There are four simple steps: acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, and love.

Remember you are speaking to the memory you hold in your mind about that person or situation. The statement you make to erase the data that is running is: I am sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you.  I just keep repeating the statement until I feel a shift. By forgiving the memory, you will be in a place of emptiness so inspiration can enter. I often become quite emotional and surprised at how these statements affect me.

Search "ho'oponopono" on YouTube and find the music you like that goes along with the statements. The one I used was 45 minutes long and I found using the process for that period of time put me into an altered state. I have used the process on many people and I truly feel different at the completion.

Give it a try and send me your results.

Lovingly,
Marnie

Monday, May 11, 2015

It's All Just Energy

Let's define emotion in a new way, as merely energy in motion. To quote Michael Brown, author of The Presence Process, "We either find our emotional body peaceful, which is the consequence of energy that's freely and harmoniously in motion, or we find our emotional body uncomfortable due to an emotional charge that arises because our energy can't move freely."

There are times when we just feel sad and don't know why. There can even be times when we find ourselves crying and yet what seems to be the cause doesn't warrant this intense reaction. One way to look at this emotion is to see that it is "energy in motion" which comes from our childhood tears that we were unable to shed when we were small. It certainly makes things a lot easier to accept when we realize that the emotion we're feeling now in our adult life is really just an emotion that was never dealt with when we were children.

As I look at these present time unexplainable emotions, I find that by seeing it in this way, I can feel more relaxed because my intellect no longer needs to figure it out. I can place these emotions into a box to remind me that I haven't made any mistakes as an adult. It's just my own unintegrated childhood emotions that are coming to the surface to be integrated into my adult life. My child couldn't digest those emotions long ago but now, as an adult, I can help my child face these emotions and integrate them in present time.

Now close your eyes and give your little child a hug and tell them they are loved and they have never done anything wrong. Ever!

Peace,
Marnie

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Surrender Control and Let It Flow

It's been raining every day here in Denver for over a week now, and frankly, I feel like I'm living in Seattle. So my question is, "How is all this rain affecting you?" Do you like it? Does it make you feel depressed, or is it refreshing? For me, it's a little of both.

Since I broke my toe about a week ago, it's almost a relief  to sit on the sofa and watch the rain gently fall. It reminds me that there are things that we really have no control over and have no right to have control over. The weather will happen the way it will and we have no choice about how that all comes together. This gives me a moment to reflect on my own life, and notice that things happen without my control. It's a good idea to just sit back, watch the rain and let it happen.

As the saying goes, it's not what happens to you that makes a difference in your life. It's what you do about it when it occurs. My suggestion for the next few days - because here in Denver it's going to continue to rain - is to let the flow of the rain remind you of the flow which you can allow into your life. This is the flow that will relax all of your senses and allow you to move with the punches.

From my soggy feet to yours,
Marnie

Monday, April 27, 2015

People Aren't Always Who They Seem

Through two stories that I've heard this week, I am reminded that often people are not who they appear to be. Our first impressions put people into a box, and it might take years to let go of that original story that we conjured up in our minds and see them for who they really are.

One such story was about a movie star from the 1940s, Hedy Lamarr. Most of us only know her for her beauty when in fact she was also a genius. Among her many hidden talents, she was an inventor who developed and was granted a patent for technology used with our cell phones today.

The other story was a movie about a singer songwriter named Danny Collins. Even though his was a glorified story done Hollywood style, it still gives the message, "Don't judge a book by its cover." Underneath the gruff exterior portrayed in the film, Danny turned out to be a very kind and loving man.

My reason for mentioning these stories is simply to suggest that you take a moment this week to look at just one person you have known and seen in a particular way. See if you can uncover something about this person that you didn't know before. It could be a political figure, a celebrity, or just a regular Joe. Ask the Universe to reveal something to you that would give you a different perspective about this person which might change your view of him or her. Enjoy this fun exercise in discovery and enlightenment!

A note from one who might not be as she seems,
Marnie Vincolisi

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Gratitude vs. Appreciation

Gratitude and appreciation seem like the same thing, but they're very different. Appreciation has a forward moving energy while gratitude is present time. It's nice to be gracious, but what has gratitude ever done for you?

Let's look at the definition of appreciation: "to raise in value or price, especially over time." When you put your money into stocks, you want them to appreciate or grow. So when you appreciate something in your life you are giving it the energy that allows it to expand. By merely using that word you are not only expressing gratitude, you are also defining that you want this item or situation to grow, which makes your statement stronger and pushes your intention into the future.

When you change your language, you change your life.

I appreciate you,
Marnie

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

TRUST: Where Did It Go?

Trust is a tricky thing. You sense that it is there. You've created and nurtured it and then, all of a sudden, something happens that blows that trust right out of the water. When this happens, you may wonder if the Universe is on your side or not.

When what you have planned goes in another direction, our first instinct is to act - make changes, look at what we did wrong, or blame another. But there is value in a difficult situation. There is a reason why it is being presented to you in this way, at this time, and less action and more observance may be what is required.

Take a moment to sit and watch your emotional reactivity. Recall a similar felt sensation. Perhaps it stems all the way back to your childhood. If the feeling feels familiar, it may be calling to you to be seen and integrated into your aligned being at this time.

Here's a process you might like to try for healing old wounds:
  1. Stay with the emotions that arise. Do not judge them. Just be the observer.
  2. See if any memories come to mind. Is this emotion a familiar childhood experience?
  3. In your daily meditation practice, set the intention to integrate the feeling that came up.
  4. Don't try to analyze it or let the left brain take over.
  5. Let go of any expectations of what the answer should be or why you should get an answer.
  6. The integration could come in as a message or a felt sensation within your body.
  7. Anything that comes in is valid.
  8. Now you can take action to straighten out what happened from a place of power, not controlled by emotions.
Let me know how this experience works for you.

Many blessings,
Marnie