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Caroline Myss goes back to the mystical way

Posted in Caroline Myss, The Spirit with tags , , , , , , , on December 27, 2012 by jason elijah

“…because that’s where the wisdom is.”

Caroline Myss was interviewed in Chicago by Lilou Mace for Lilou’s Juicy Living Tour on August 3, 2011. The conversation is truly amazing, very insightful.

From the description: Caroline Myss is a five-time New York Times bestselling author and internationally renowned speaker in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality and mysticism, health, energy medicine, and the science of medical intuition.

Freedom of humbleness, Finding your light, Mystical path and Grace

She was interviewed by Mary Phelan for Telepathic TV on March 11, 2007. They discussed her book, Entering the Castle.

Caroline Myss recorded the wonderfully intense, in-depth video, The Energetics of Healing, in 1997.

From the description: Explore the unseen dimension of your body’s energy anatomy. Beyond the threshold of your physical anatomy lies another type of anatomy – invisible to the eye, yet critical to your health. Composed of pure energy, this vast network not only determines how your body functions and heals, but also serves as a connection to divine power and all life.

The Energetics of Healing (2 parts)


Caroline Myss says Heal Yourself

Posted in Caroline Myss, The Spirit with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 21, 2011 by jason elijah

“Being Fearless” is the keynote address given by Caroline Myss in April 2008 at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in New York City. She is a mystic, writer/speaker, and a medical intuitive, sharing insight on true healing and complete health.

an excerpt about healing and prayer:

“You have to become irrational. You have to become fully and totally mystically irrational. Not emotionally irrational, because that’s self-serving. You have to become mystically irrational. Mystically irrational means you have to become… mystically fearless. You have to be able to do what your mind would give you logical reasons to not do. You have to be everything your soul beckons you to be and everything your mind tells you to be cautious about. You have to become forgiving. You have to become bold in a way that your soul recognizes. The mystical experience is about your capacity to perceive fully in a hologram at the speed of light. To get the consequences of an action that your mind will say doesn’t matter, but every part of your soul knows–this matters. This matters. Everything matters. The soul measures everything and every piece of life matters to the soul. To the mind, in its arrogance, it says “only the people who matter to me matter.” To live through the soul is your highest calling. And to build a soul with stamina, you cannot do that on visualization. It requires prayer.”

“So let me just say a word about prayer. [...] The purpose of prayer is to leave the Earth. It is to close down your senses and to leave the Earth. It’s to withdraw from the world and enter an altered state of consciousness. To enter a state at the altar in your interior. To withdraw and be present on the inside. Not to ask for favors… but rather you pray to dwell in grace. To simply grow comfortable with the relationship you have yet to fall in love with.” - Caroline Myss

Marianne Williamson says forgiveness heals the body

Posted in Marianne Williamson, The Spirit, what I'm reading with tags , , , , , , , , on July 12, 2010 by jason elijah

I am now reading Marianne Williamson’s book, A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles, and it is truly amazing. So, I was very pleased to find this video of her appearance on Healing Quest. In this clip, Marianne says, “as forgiveness frees our heart, it helps heal our body.” Interesting indeed! And useful info, it seems.

Deepak Chopra on Healing Quest

Posted in Deepak Chopra, The Spirit with tags , , , , , on February 7, 2010 by jason elijah

Deepak Chopra recently appeared on Healing Quest to talk about the shadow, aging, biology, and rebirth in nature.



Deepak Chopra talks about Happiness and Health

Posted in Deepak Chopra, The Spirit, The World, what I'm reading with tags , , on December 16, 2009 by jason elijah

Deepak Chopra appeared on MSNBC yesterday to promote his new book, The Ultimate Happiness Prescription. He says that 80% of the medicines people use are of marginal or no benefit. Love, compassion, gratitude and joy do more to heal than prescription medicines.

Deepak Chopra on true health-care reform

Posted in Deepak Chopra, The World with tags , , on November 4, 2009 by jason elijah

Deepak Chopra appeared on CBS “Washington: Unplugged” today and said that the current issue of health-care reform in America is really “insurance reform” and true health-care reform would involve less prescription medicine, less stress, and positivity.

Deepak Chopra on Ellen

Posted in Deepak Chopra, The Spirit, The World, what I'm reading with tags , , , , on October 27, 2009 by jason elijah

Deepak Chopra is currently promoting his new book, Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul. His latest appearance was on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Food, Inc. – a documentary you must see if you eat food

Posted in documentaries, The World with tags , , , , , , , on June 11, 2009 by jason elijah

Food, Inc. is a new documentary that opened in US theaters today. It gives a shocking look into the “American corporate food industry” that should really stir the citizens. Not all movies are just entertainment. This medium can be used to inspire people to make changes, and I hope this film does just that. Most of the food we eat in America is disgusting and it’s killing people! This is murder. Please watch this film, then go out and learn all you can about how to make a real change. The food industry should not be about profit, it should be about providing healthy food to all the people of the world. Profits can be made elsewhere. Really.

Here’s a clip from the film:

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