Session Part 1
Session 10 (7-12-03
We will begin by opening
this Healing Circle with a prayer.
We ask the Creator to guide and protect
us and enable us to find peace within.
May we trust our highest power that
we are exactly where we are meant
to be. May we not forget the infinite
possibilities that are born of faith.
May we use those gifts that we have
received and pass on the love that
has been given to us. May we be content
knowing we are a child of God. Let
his presence settle into our bones,
and allow our souls the freedom to
sing and dance. It is there for each
and every one of us..
When beginning a journey
there are several considerations to
be made. The starting point, the route
and the destination. In terms of spiritual
growth the starting point would be
becoming familiar with ones character
and personal qualities. The route
could be said to be the process of
self-mastery. The destination could
be said to be enlightenment.
The three counseling
sessions spread over the next two
weeks will provides you with a way
to contact your inner self and begin
assessing whom and how you really
are and where you fit in your inner
as well as outer world.
Parts of your inner
self are wise and capable and believe
in you fully. Working through these
sessions will provide a means of honouring
your inner self and creating a space
and quiet time for it to share with
you. You will actively meet with your
inner heart and discover what all
parts of your being have to share.
Through this both your whole and your
hurt inner voices will have a means
of expression and a way to cooperate
and discover a fair solution for your
By giving these sessions
your undivided attention and enthusiasm
you will gain a fuller understanding
of Next weeks Healing Circle counseling
meditation makes extensive use of
colours to help you to access your
inner self and your current situation.
These insights will be from both psychological
and spiritual aspects.
In preparation for
next week’s session you will
need a basic understanding of what
is meant by the term “unconscious”
in this case. To start you might want
to consider yourself divided in to
four loosely related parts, body,
mind, heart and spirit.
tells us that much of the brain's
processing is unconscious. That is,
it is too subtle for us to notice
in our everyday awareness. In particular,
much of our thinking and feeling occurs
at a level that we usually do not
spiritual development are similar
in that they are both concerned with
helping us become more self-aware.
The main difference is that therapy
usually helps us become more aware
of our underlying thoughts and feelings
whereas spiritual practice is chiefly
aimed at helping us to become familiar
with our spiritual part. So, the goal
in both cases is to gradually incorporate
a wider range of experience into our
and counseling, we can learn to gain
access to our usually unconscious
processes when needed. And this helps
allot, because the many problems that
people deal with in life are mostly
self-generated. And these problems
come from the stress stored in those
has shown that our basic character
and attitude is set by the time we
reach the age of five or six. That
is, from then on we have a basic predisposition
and strategy for dealing with life.
And it is normal that most of us have
quite a dose of dysfunctional behaviour
included in that conditioning stemming
from our early interactions with parents,
siblings and the community at large.
We each have a conscious
self but although we normally act
as a single person each of us is actually
made up of a collection selves. These
sub-personalities operate on an unconscious
level so we are not usually aware
of them. In effect, they collectively
vote on what we need to do in any
situation and the brain acts to total
their votes together so that the end
result seems as if we, at a conscious
level, make the decision as a single
our sensitivity to a point where we
begin to become aware of these subs
that have a semi-autonomous life of
their own. We do have a conscious
self, but what you need to realize
is that we also have these sub-personalities
that have somewhat of a say in what
we do also. This is entirely normal
and not to be worried over.
The important idea
is that some of these sub-personalities
are unhappy and some are quite positive.
Further, quite a few are a mixture
of both. One important subpart that
you may have heard of is called the
Inner Child. The one other thing to
note, which you probably already know,
is that we all have Inner Guides.
Depending on what your beliefs are,
these can be spiritual entities, sub-personalities
or some combination of these. Functionally
it is sufficient to consider them
as subparts. That is, they have a
vote in how we run our lives too -
along with our conscious self and
our unconscious subparts.
At the next healing
circle we will begin our inner exploration,
you might like to try to set up a
cozy spot in sight of your computer
screen, with a pad of paper to write
or draw on and perhaps have a variety
of pens and markers available. Try
to make a quiet sanctuary for yourself
where you can be comfortable. Be creative.
I know this is a lot
of theory to consider, if you have
any questions now is a good time to
M: How does one differentiate between
sub personalities and spiritual entities?
I have trouble sometimes defining
G: This is a very
good question. For some of us the
energy will feel different. For others
it might take experience to recognize
the difference as it could be easy
to mistake one for the other.
for some of us, but than again at
times there will be a certain resonance.
An AHA! moment. Does this answer your
M: Yes thank you.
M: How can one integrate all parts
G: When the time is right for integration
there will be an experience of acceptance.
It is all very subjective and difficult
M: In this life time?
G: Possibly, it is difficult to determine
for the individual. When you are ready
it will happen for you.
M: Thank you
M: What if one feels they have to
integrate in this lifetime and it
may not be achievable what happens
G: It can happen either on the physical
plane or on the planes of the imagination.
Both being equally valid, both doing
what is required.
M: Through visualisation?
G: Yes very much so.
M: Thank you you have answered my
M: At this time it is necessary to
overcome some fears, perhaps a battle
will need to be fought. This can be
done in a number of ways. But the
important thing to keep in mind is
M: You speak of psychotherapy what
if one does not want to delve into
the psyche, and bring up hurt?
G: It can done on the planes of the
imagination thorough visualization,
using symbols. Somehow symbols are
easier to deal with. But there is
still a certain amount of releasing
to be done.
M: Can one dissolve past hurt this
M: Symbolic to the individual?
M: I need to release
G: Fears need to be released.
M: For all souls.
G: For all and for parts.
M: How can I do this without experiencing
more pain? What if parts of the self
are afraid to integrate how does one
G: There will always be a bit of pain,
tears need to be shed, but this is
part of the healing process. The tears
are like gold, precious, and healing.
You need to understand that it is
part of the of the releasing, integrating
and accepting process. Not all tears
M: What if you can cry no tears?
G: When you are ready to tackle this
it takes little time.
M: What if the pain is to deep routed?
G: This is why I say it happens when
you are ready.
M: How does one forget a painful memory?
Does one have to remember for all
G: Once released it fades.
M: Thank you. Time tells a story.
G: There is help available to guide
you through this when the time comes.
Not everyone has to go through this
M: I feel help is most available when
one experiences pure humility
G: Yes that is true. Pain has a way
of bringing about humility. Ego is
a great creator of pain.
M: My experience karma, one learns
by ones mistakes.
G: karma is, in its simplest form
the law of cause and effect.
M: Universal laws and conditions
G: Hopefully one learns sooner than
M: You are a wonderful teacher amber
G: Thank you this is because I have
had to blessing and honour of having
an awesome teacher myself.
G: This session has provided a little
background in preparation for the
next part of this workshop
M: When is the next workshop
G: Next Sunday night same time
M: Your protection is felt
G: Awesome I am happy to hear that.
M: Thank you for a wonderful session
G: Are there any more question before
we go on?
M: Thank you, bless you.
G: Before we close
the circle I ask that we visualize
us forming a circle of light together,
so that we can collectively send out
healing energy to those who have made
requests for help and healing. Lets
us reach down deep within ourselves
and connect with and bring forth all
the love and light that dwells there.
We will now combine
with this the healing energy available
to us from within the universe.
Visualize Rainbow Rays of light passing
through your chakra's, and project
these rays to the ones who requested
our help knowing that each person
will receive exactly what he or she
need for the best possible outcome.
Those who have requested healing are:
Allen, Andrew, Cindy, Cody, Darlene,
Dee, Eva, Goran, Harry, Ian, Ingrid,
Jean, Jessie, Joe, Joyce, Judith,
Kevin, Liz, Lucy, Miriam, Nadine,
Norma, Peter, Ruth, Stuart, Sue, Tom,
Tracy, Tub, Matthew, Callum, Rachel,
Dave, Sue, Rod, Rickey, Patsy, Mike,
Gerry, Jenn, Margaret, Ira, Laura,
Conny, Ben, the animal kingdom, Mother
So mote it be.
Before we close I
think we should visualize any stray
energy that we have generated being
drawn back into the circle and send
it to the person directly in front
of you. Thank you for coming and lending
your energy to this session.