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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Replace Not Erase

When old programing continues to keep running your life the question is, “Can an issue be eliminated by just erasing it?” Probably not. When it is erased, the energetic pattern of the programing still exists. It needs to be replaced by a new and different program.

Remember you are a creator being and from that stance you can create a new program which is aligned with your divine essence. When the mind recalls an old situation, it does not see it as it really happened. It sort of scrambles the information. The mind is very pliable so you can manipulate it as it manipulates you. Rewrite the script. By doing this, you take yourself off the grid and embody a new form, reflecting you as a balanced divine light.

This is how it works.
1.  Still your mind using the meditation technique that you are accustom  to.
2.  Run an old scenario which troubles you.
3.  Rewrite the situation by changing what happened.
4.  Each time you run the story look for something new: a sound, a smell or a nuance you did not see before.
5.  Continue to run through your actions until there is no negative reactions.
6.  Now go about your day and when this memory comes up see it in its new form.

Need some extra help with this process, contact me  for a session and we can lighten your load.
If you are wondering how you can bring in light stronger than you have now perhaps this is the time to look into taking the next level of Reiki or participating in an advanced class. Classes listed below can connect you to past lives, open your inner sight through the medical intuition and expand your awareness.

I look forward to seeing you soon.

Marnie Vincolisi
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Land of the Free, Home of the Brave



I just returned from a tour of our grand eastern sea board and I was overwhelmed by a feeling of gratitude for being in "the land of the free and the home of the brave." It seemed like everywhere I turned I was reminded of the brave souls who made this country what it is today: a land of diversity. So many of our freedoms are often taken for granted because we did not live at the time they were given or we were not in a part of the country that was challenging our constitutional rights.

I began my tour in the calming state of Maine with its lush foliage, gentle breezes from the sea, and fresh clean air. It eases a hurried mind allowing it to open to the creativity which lies inside waiting to be expressed. While sitting on the water I could see how the great writers of our day have been inspired. As I traveled from Boston to Maine it was surprising to see how quickly I could travel  across state lines. It made me realize how close our 13 original colonies were to each other and yet so diverse. Who were these brave settlers and what must they have been made of to leave their mother land and venture out for something new?

I understood how the people of Philadelphia must have felt. I was there on July 8th, the anniversary of the original public reading of the Declaration of Independence. There is an annual reenactment of this event and all tourists are invited to join along. This was my first sense of the bravery of not only our founding fathers but the everyday people who stood up against the King of England.

At the Liberty Bell there were exhibits of brave American citizens who have lived in our great land for the past 200 plus years. They included people who stood up against slavery, supported a woman's right to vote, Native American  rights and other civil liberties. We owe so much to the people who created the laws that gave us liberty and justice for all. I am not sure if I could stand up to an opposing force as they did when the threat of being tarred and feathered was the punishment for expressing my discontent.

Did you know it was 50 years ago when four brave young men sat at a segregated lunch counter in the South to stand up for their constitutional rights? Could I have stepped into the freedom bus knowing that beatings and death could be at the end of my ride? All I know for sure is that my heart goes out to these souls who made this land a safe place for all of us to live no matter what the color of our skin.

So I ask you to take a moment this week and send light and love to those who you feel have stood up for truth and freedom at all cost. Recall the times when you were called upon to be brave and honor yourself for the small steps you have made in your  life. These brave men and women are our ancestors.We have their bravery in our DNA. Call up this quality right now to help you achieve your goals.

Proud to be here (in America and on the Earth).

I stand by you and honor you,
Marnie Vincolisi

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Let Love Simmer

The key to keeping an open heart is knowing it already is. A friend sent me an e-mail that I would like to share with you. Let's get to the truth about love. What is it...really?

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Still holding out for La Grande Passion? Honey, get real. Some of the best dishes need a long, slow simmer for the full flavor to emerge. True love is patient. Are you?

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Words of wisdom no doubt. Perception and acceptance are paramount. Often we assume that our love is not returned because we are expecting it to come wrapped in a particular package. Open you eyes. How do the people in your life tell you they care? Has love always been there and you just do not recognize it?

Too often we expected our parents to show us their love in our youth and they never quite met our expectations. Now we hold that in our energy field and keep reflecting it in the relationships we hold near and dear to us. True love starts in our own hearts and is mirrored to us in the eyes of the people around us. Forgive your parents and truly know that they did the best they could with the knowledge they had at the time. Also, they were giving us the experiences that we chose at that time in our lives. It is what gave us the flavor of our essence that we have in our adult life.

Concentrate on that slow simmer for the full flavor to emerge. True love, real love, sometimes needs our patience. That patience comes from trust, awareness, and opening to see a new perspective.

I hold a heart space for you.

Blessings,
Marnie Vincolisi