Love is in the air

Yesterday was such a lovely day! Sunny as love itself, a bit windy but not too much, and a tiny bit chilly in the shadow. That’s what makes it a wonderful day, isn’t it? Warm, but not too warm. Perfect day to take a ride on the bicycle. Or two rides, actually. Couldn’t resist a short one in the afternoon as well, after I had been sitting on the patio reading for several hours.

Something fantastic happened to me while I was on my first ride after breakfast. Since I have had this peculiar stiffness and pain throughout practically all my muscles for some time, a looooong time it feels like, I have of course besides other things – like taken supplements with curcumin, boswellia, Omega3 and cayennepepper for a couple of weeks, as well as been meditating and listening to videos with relaxing and positive affirmations – also been praying for help and guidance.

One of the videos I’ve been watching on youtube is about Convergence healing with Peter Bedard. It is so inspirational and I think it has helped me a lot.

Shortly, it is about listening to your body and the pain, love it and treat it as your best friend. Ask the body/pain what it needs to feel better – and upon all of this: stop beating yourself up, stop thinking all those negative thoughts.

Also stop listen to doctors who only know about drugs and surgery. The body can heal itself, if you just give it a chance.

Besides watching the video, you can also buy the book. I did, and I just love it! You can get it on  Amazon or on iBooks.


One of the things Peter Bedard recommend is to give your pain a name. Or rather – ask the pain for its name! I did that some time ago, and we somehow agreed on the name “Joe”. I’m not quite sure the pain chose it, or if it was me. The mind-me. The odd thing may be since I’m actually a “she”. But the soul has no gender so it isn’t wrong. It just is!

So as I mounted the saddle yesterday morning, I decided to do just as Peter Bedard suggests – talk to my body and the pain. I had certainly not neglected Joe, but for some time not been having any actual conversation with my corporal friend either and I felt a bit ashamed.

I said
“Hi! How are you? I love you, you know that don’t you? I love you very much! I’m sorry I haven’t spoken with you for some time now.” I paused for a moment then continued.  “Do you still want to me to call you Joe?”

“Oh, (he said smiling). I think it’s better you call me – (he made a mini-pause) – Jesus.”

I just gasped. It was so utterly unexpected. I myself (the mind) would never even had thought of choosing that name. I have for ever and ever have had difficulties saying that name out loud. When praying I’ve always turned to God, not Jesus. I guess I never have been able to see Jesus the christian/bible-way. Now, after having learned more about Jesus, seeing him with other eyes, I don’t find the issue that awkward any longer. But I still never use his name in a prayer, so that I should choose his name for my body/pain is totally far-fetched. But yet! That’s what my body/pain/higher-self wanted. “He” choose the name Jesus!

I felt awkward, but at the same time totally overwhelmed. I felt filled with joy and gratefulness. No, that’s not the best word for it, even though the feeling also included a huge amount of joy and gratefulness. I got tears in my eyes and found myself speechless. Couldn’t reach any words at all, I was totally feelings

The voice inside said to me:
“Say: Jesus, I love you!”
It felt a bit awkward, but after a while I said it.
“I love you, Jesus!”

And I said it again and again, and got so filled with love, joy and gratefulness that the tears now almost made it difficult to keep on biking.

“You are free from your issues with your muscles now.” Jesus voice said. “It may linger on for a couple of days more, but you are free.”
I kept on gasping, love almost broke my chest open and all I could say and think was Thank you!

Thankyou-thankyou-thankyou-thankyou-thankyou-thankyou-thankyou…

And I knew it was true.

I know it is true!

And yes! Today I still experience some stiffness in my entire back, but it is so much easier on me. In fact, from the moment Jesus spoke to me I felt so much better, so much stronger. It was like something just tingled its way out from me.
And therefore I was also able to take another tour with my bike later in the afternoon.

Down below I’ve gathered some of the books I’ve read that have altered my thoughts about Jesus, to believe in him as a teacher and as someone to follow with love

Dolores Cannon was a regression therapist who accidentally came in contact with people who had lived at the same time as Jesus. Here are some of the stories. Very intriguing, inspiring and interesting. Both can be bought from Amazon (Click images for link)

Jesus, my autobiography is channelled from Jesus himself through Tina Louise Spalding. A wonderful book which can be bought from Amazon, but is also available on iBooks
Then – of course – there is “A Course in Miracles” 
Teachings of Jesus channelled through  Dr. Helen Schucman in the 1970s
Those of you who have read my post all the way to the end, are probably more or less familiar with this book
Can be bought from Amazon, iBooks and probably many other places

 


Youtube is useful also here, just search for: A course… Tina Louise… Dolores …

I think too much

And I still frighten myself too much with my thoughts.
I imagine all the awful things that could, maybe, perhaps happen.
But mostly don’t.

Why is it so hard to let go of those unproductive, negative habits?
Why is it so hard to turn Wrongs into Rights?

In a way, there aren’t no Wrongs nor Rights. It just is as it is!
We all do the best we can due to the circumstances, due to our experiences and what we know about things. About life.

Often, the “wrongs” is what we need to learn something, to get experience and knowledge.
It’s actually more like gifts from the universe. Gifts that are possibilities for us to grow, to level up – as my daughter says.

Though, in the middle of something, we don’t see it that way. We see some kind of trouble we don’t want in our lives. And the more we think about that, dwell upon it, focus on it – the worse it gets. And sooner or later we end up sick or handicapped in some way. Maybe depressed or living with some chronic disease.

BUT! THEN!
When we finally have realized, when we’ve worked through those lessons and consciously experienced what we were supposed to be aware of?
Then?
Why is it so hard to let go of those unproductive habits we don’t really want?
That pain, that anxiety, that fear.

Those chronic diseases, ailments, disorders – that are hindering us to live life at the fullest.

(Or – unconsciously – do we actually want our life to be that way? Do we somehow actually need it? Do we benefit from it somehow? Like getting attention? Power over others? Do we manipulate our family with our… whatever dis-eas we might have?)

Basically we know better, don’t we?  So what to do about it?


Well! First of all – it might be good to…

Love yourself
Being nice to yourself
Treat yourself as your best friend.
Don’t hate yourself – instead have compassion for yourself!
You were and are doing the best you can!


Many “gurus” may be of great help and inspiration. Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer. Neale Donald Walsch – just to mention a few.

For example this video.