Releasing Conflict through Inner Dialogue


Think about a conflict  – something draining your emotional energy. It may be between two nations or two people in your neighborhood.  If you feel involved, it is draining your  energy.  You can reclaim that energy through inner dialogue. Read more.

Self Healing


“If you had a cold, we used to just cure the cold. Now the question is, why did you get the cold?” Read more.

Self Healing – Bioscalar Wave


In this practice you accumulate healing energy in your heart and then send it to wherever it’s needed. To accumulate energy, stretch your arms out to the sides palms up.  Read more.

Self Healing – Figure-eight Grounding


In figure-eight grounding we draw healing energy from both earth and sky. It is a good practice to use at the start and end of any healing session. Read more.


Self Healing: Rock Purification


The self-healing practices in my posts of Sept. 8 and Sept. 29 work by bringing in healing energy. In the rock purification, you are removing unwanted discordant energy by using your intention to send it into two rocks. Read more.

Self Healing: Working with Nature


One technique that I’ve used to access the energies of nature is to work with trees.  A tree is capable of giving you energy that comes up from the earth or that is drawn down from heaven. Read more.

A Spiritual Energy Shower


In November 1999, I was part of a five-day class in energy healing offered by the Inner Focus School – one of the classes that lead to my certification in energy healing. Each day usually started at seven with Osho’s Dynamic Meditation. Read more.

Thought-Form Clearing


When I started this blog, in January of last year, I realized that there were some parts of my spiritual praxis that didn’t lend themselves to description in a blog. Some practices were too long and elaborate for the short essays that I might expect a blog-reader to read. One of these practices is the process of thought-form clearing. Read more.


Working with Internal Landscapes©


I have been working with John Ollom on a documentary of his movement art piece “M. U. D. (Me Under Dirt).” Part of that work was created using his system of choreography through psychic exploration, called Internal Landscapes©. Read more.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: