Yesterday morning I found three dead mice in the pool!
I could be heard all over the neighbourhood screaming “three dead mice in the pool ……. not in the contract, not in the contract”.
It was very funny and luckily the owner, who thought I’d fallen IN the pool because there was so much noise, was still here so he could scoop the soggy, perfectly lined up nursery rhyme characters, out of the pool and unceremoniously dump them in the paddock.
He kept saying, we’ve never had that before, so the message was obviously for me!
On the same day I learned about gecko poop and the perfect little white dot that appears on every deposit left on top of the outdoor dining table.
Most certainly the animal spirits were on my case!
This morning I did a bit Google-ing about the spiritual meaning of geckos and mice and it seems there is no “co-incidence” that I decided to listen to my Tony Robbins tapes about goal setting on my recent three day road trip.
Since re-listening to the tapes again over the weekend I began to tap further into the fact that goal setting is very spiritual.
I’ve never considered that before.
Basically our goals reflect our deepest desires.
The word desire comes from the latin root “of the father”.
If we look at the word in it’s higher context, then the desire for what we want must be seeded, channelled or fathered by our higher source, whatever that is for each individual.
It became easier for me to understand when I split the word into De-SIRE – like “to sire”, the way a male horse is described in racing circles.
If our creativity, ideas etc are all “fathered” or “sired” from that higher part of us that is divine pure love, then it transpires that our goals and desires must be “de-sired” from the same source and are very sacred.
It is also very masculine energy so it is very important that we find ways within the divine feminine to balance the high levels of yang within the goal setting process.
The higher meaning in the word was enough to shift my whole way of thinking about goal setting.
It isn’t always about stuff
The traditional goal setting of just getting “more and more stuff” doesn’t really appeal to someone who can fit all her possessions in a 3 x 3 x 3 container and would still have room to park her car in there …. if she was allowed!
Goals about contribution and giving make sense
It makes much more sense to me to be creating a life and world where we are giving and encouraging people to “be more” rather than “get more”. I’m not saying that we shouldn’t stop wanting to have more physical abundance, because with more money you can do a whole lot more contributing than you can without it.
There has to be balance
When you are poor you are so focused on everyday survival, you have very little left in the tank to give generously to others. Therefore it is important to have some “get” goals or you can’t “give”.
There can be guilt associated with goal setting
I can remember a good friend accusing me of “being greedy” for evoking the parking angel and “wishing up” car parks where ever I wanted one. When you view the spiritual link to goal setting, we will automatically have the best available to us, so why would wanting the best be wrong?
I’m currently housesitting in an beautiful home in a tropical paradise with a pool, spa and staff who keep it all good. All I have to do is scoop the leaves off the top of the pool each morning and deal with anything unforeseen that drops in the pool overnight!
Someone was always going to be here. Why wouldn’t it be me?
It is probably the same for you if you are of service to the world, why shouldn’t you de-serve to have the best of every situation?
It’s all about respect
When our goals and desires are treated in a very respectful way and really tap into what we truly want, then we are at one with the universe.
Makes sense if we are tapping that universal flow, then our goals will become much easier to achieve.
It’s all about trust
In the crazy up and down world of trust I live in now, I’ve come to understand that now more than ever our thoughts and words are simply the parking angel of life. We can chose the best or worst situation for ourselves. It just takes a bit of guts to take the leaps of faith and deal with the aftermath of the decision, so you can align up to what you truly desire.
It’s about finding the right goals for YOU and no one else
If you are interested in working on your goals, getting your planning done and catching your dreams and putting them into action, then my Planning For YOUR Success program may be just what you need. You can check it out here
I’ll let you into a little secret, I reckon you are already a master or are on a path to mastery because everyone on my list is already passionate about or awesome at something.
I’ve NEVER once had anyone on my list rock up to a client session or complimentary assessment session stating “I want to be crap at what I do, I want to rip people off and treat them badly and I’m happy being mediocre”.
Likes attract, so even if I’ve never met you personally, the fact you’ve joined my community and stayed on my list and put up with all my mad rantings leads me to believe you are a unique human being but just like the people I have spoken to, you want to bring about change, you want to make a difference and you want to do it to a very high standard. That’s mastery!
To me, the definition of a master is someone who has practiced their craft so well they can teach their area of expertise and inspire others to transcend their current place in the world and then consider taking another step upwards.
In the traditions, master simply means teacher.
You may not have considered what you do as mastery, because people can get bent out of shape by the word “mastery”.
I remember when I was first considering doing my Reiki Masters my brain went into warp speed thinking I had to become this “perfect” human being and I immediately began questioning “who was I to consider being a master”, after all I was just someone who left school at 15 to play in a rock and roll band.
I was ever so relieved when my teacher pointed out that wanting to be a master didn’t mean I had to become a perfectly ascended spiritual being, I simply had to teach people how to do Reiki. Truth be known at that point I’d done so much crewing that I already knew how a Reiki weekend ran from soup to nuts, so it made the decision to go ahead much easier.
Anyone who is seeking or has attained mastery have two things in common.
Like I did, people often associate perfection with mastery. The difference is perfectionists often knock themselves out trying to make everything perfect, whereas the master just gets on with it and only focuses on the one thing that they are really good at.
You can read an explanation of the diagram here
I believe everyone on the planet has come to master something, how far that mastery gets taken is up to each individual.
The first key to recognising a master is that what they do seems drop dead easy, but when it comes to replicating their gift, others can’t even get close.
I’ve only recently realised how many masters I’ve been blessed to be surrounded by for most of my life. It hadn’t occurred to me earlier because many are masters of unique, non-mainstream (un-sexy) gifts.
In my corporate days I frequently found myself in the company of computer nerds and accountants. They all carried a passion and an amazingly detailed understanding of their work. The computer nerds would finish work and go home and write computer games. They couldn’t stop themselves practicing their art.
You might think you aren’t masterful at anything but I bet you either have mastered something, or are on the way to mastery.
Within the healing and coaching field I still see many masters struggling to get their business happening. Most of that struggle comes from them denying their obvious mastery. Even though their gifts are obvious, so many deny either who they should be working with or go the hard road because they perceive they can’t get recognition or make money from their gift.
How do I know? That was me!
I get close to masters really easily but haven’t thought of helping them get more masterly outside Reiki. But when I’m helping masterly people the doors just fly open and I frequently find myself sitting beside masters getting my questions answered with little or no effort, while others are queueing up for the right. I have never given it much thought. But it has been there all my life.
Masters leave clues. I am currently housesitting for a lady who is a master printmaker. She has a HUGE studio almost as big as her house at the end of the garden. She is currently travelling as an artist in residence in Europe for several months.
Is she a household name …. no.
Is she rich and famous ….. in her circle of influence yes, but she is not “mainstream” famous.
Is there a fabric or medium she hasn’t tried printing on ….. probably not!
I can tell from the walls of the house that she is prolific. She has works in the National Gallery and travels the world with her art. She has reached that stage where she is so masterful at her craft that others want to sit at her feet and learn from her.
The mindset of a master can be a curious thing because masters are often humble. Because they have become unconsciously competent they put no level of importance on their skills because it comes to them so easily. They forget the hours spend learning and practicing.
For a master to be fully activated, they must master not only their craft, but also master themselves in seven core areas:
I’ve found masters with the right encouragement can intuitively connect to the heart, voice, vision and higher aspects of themselves.
Where they struggle the most is in the root chakra of connecting with tribe and being abundantly rewarded for their gifts. They frequently deny their creativity and mastering self belief gets put on the back burner. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Now more than ever we can get our messages to masses of people without too much effort. If you would like some help getting your mastery to the world, or perhaps you just a want muse where you can talk through your ideas with someone who will inspire you and naturally lead you to expand your ideas and mastery.
Hooked on American Idol and only just through the heats!
Considering I rarely watch TV and am highly disconnected from anything “commercial” or “media oriented”, it is funny how our passions cause dichotomy.
I love “Idol” firstly because it gives the underdog a genuine go at living their dream. But the real reason is because of the feedback the judges and mentors give the participants. It would cost millions to get this level of backstage insight, but if you know what to look for, those judges spill the beans on stage craft and marketing for free.
For instance, don’t look down on stage because it shows the audience you lack the self confidence to look them in the eye. A golden tip I share in my speaking programs!
I also watch for trends.
This year along with the usual vocal, style and wardrobe mentors, the contestants even have “non denominational Spiritual Mentors”.
The ‘S’ word is officially mainstream folks.
Big tip right there – if you are struggling to describe the S part of your work, benefit from the expensive Hollywood ad agency that probably coined it and whack “non denominational spiritual advisor” on your business card – everyone will be wanting one soon 🙂
This year the top 13 are a motley crew with big hearts.
I just about fell out of my lazy boy recliner last night when they didn’t put the highly styled good looker through, instead the dressed down dude with the biggest heart took the ultimate golden ticket, even though his “last gasp” performance was far from perfect.
Because the judges know the world is becoming more heart centered.
When a Simon Cowell production openly mentions the “S’ word, you know we are close to other hard core bastions changing and there must be a dollar in it!
Who Would Have Thought!
This year the list of finalists reads like the nerd section of a high school year book and include the first outwardly gay contestant, a tuber playing frizzy haired girl with thick rimmed glasses and braces, a farm hand who by his own admission “could lose a few pounds”. The gal with pink hair who is sick of living out the back of her car.
Harry Connick Jnr praised one guy for ending his song on a 9th (in the 1doe 2ray 3me 4far 5so 6la 7tea 8doh, he ended on #9 ray, a full octave & one note above where most would have landed) …. commonly known as jazz. No self respecting Idol (who wanted to stay) would have dreamed of dropping in a jazz note 5 years ago. Then we have a big voiced rocker, a nurse, the list of unlikelies goes on.
Because the mainstream is seeking more realness and heart.
Many of the contestants also performed original songs in the heats, previously a death knell, now rewarded for their originality. Big messages for our industry if you care to scratch the surface.
So who will win this year?
It’s easy. The contestant who can listen the hardest to the judges comments, raise their ambition the highest, stay focused on themselves AND manage the stress of the hype.
When I am down I play a YouTube of Stan Walker while rehearsing Amazing Grace describing how it felt to be in the top 3 of Australian Idol. He stated the reason he wanted to win was “now I know I can’.
It’s that difference between THINKING and KNOWING you can do something.
It is the massive totality of the authentic self gained from “I once was lost and now I’m found” that turned his humble potential to limitlessness.
This deep level of knowing, an unfettered desire to stay authentic and a constant determination to raise to their ambition each day is what gets people what they want.
Stan probably predicted Dicko’s comment about “God botherers” after he sung the traditional gospel hymn. But with the new signs of acceptance coming through from the USA, it might show Dicko wasn’t ahead of the curve on the spiritual trend that is now hitting the mainstream.
Holding yourself to higher ambition while the world turns in mediocrity isn’t the easy path and you will always get knockers.
When you live in higher ambition you need to drive the world, not have the world drive you.
It is what you don’t allow in that matters more than what you do.
All signs the world is winning.
When I was putting my new Logical Product Flow framework together, I kept wanting to put my Higher Ambition Coaching program in the top chakras. But it kept NOT fitting there. Vision HAD to be third eye, voice HAD to be throat and the high end spiritual stuff had to sit at the crown to let everything flow from above.
In the end there was only one spot left ….. THE SELF, solar plexus – DUH! Of course higher ambition can only be activated when we are fully connected to and carrying a warts and all acceptance of self.
I have noticed the unsuccessful Idol’s sit championing other contestants. The ones who get through sit quietly waiting for their name to be called. It’s not they don’t love their mates, it is because when it comes to the important stuff, their state of totality means nothing else registers in that moment.
People that have been through my 3 month Higher Ambition Coaching program have all come out with an interesting outcome. They have ended up on the track they openly stated they didn’t want to be on. You might think WTF – that’s not a good outcome!
Well, it’s an awesome outcome when it is the one thing that makes you make total sense to the whole wide world AND yourself, but you’ve been fighting the greatness it will bring if you embrace it.
So often we deny or fight the obvious thing, when …….. “it’s the obvious thing!”
That is our ego at work and being in ego is when you can’t change.
If you are someone who might not be a singer, but refuses to sing other people’s songs, dances on the off beat, insists on your focus being original, maybe it’s time for us to talk about your higher ambition.
If you want to embrace more of your uniqueness and it’s time for your 3rd chakra to rise and your 9th note to shine, email me now.
When you shine white light through a prism, you get a rainbow …… right?
Imagine how taking on the energy of a prism could help you find your rainbow’s pot of gold.
But how do you get that level of clarity and drive?
I believe you need seven streams, just like the rainbow rolling out in equal proportion from the prism.
However, to become a master at anything you must also be strongly connected to that stream of white light because YOU are the prism that creates the rainbow!
Nothing in this new energy is straightforward or linear and these deep experiences can be challenging to see where all the messages and gifts fit together.
Once that light hits the pivotal heart point or the prism, we then need energy, commitment and action to allow the rainbow to flow out in a strong and balanced manner.
That’s the difference between the guys in Pink Floyd and all other mission centric individuals who changed the world through their work or passion. They had vision, they had a strong voice or sound, they made it their business to master their craft. Enormous amounts of heart goes into their work and most importantly, despite all the myriad of distractions, they had the energy, commitment and passion to action their dreams.
Our industry has a tendency to focus on the heart and the light, the lack of action is why we can end up feeling like there is a lot of rain and not much rainbow!
But if you focus on each stage equally and allow all decisions and implementation to be carried out at the heart level, then you’re going to have a recipe for success.
My Implement Your Heart Out program focuses on the heart part of your prism. If you need more rainbow, you would need the Higher Ambition Coaching Program. If you are interested you can see which of my programs help each part of your rainbow below.
Hopefully the grid below will diffuse some of the confusion around my new MargaretGill.com products. Abundant Private Practices has its own set of unique products.
I learned a great format from Andrea J Lee to use when perhaps your product or service is a little difficult to explain.
She recommends instead of trying to explain in detail what you do, simply follow this format:
You know how some people _________________________________________
so that they ______________________________________________________
well what I do is ___________________________________________________
so that they ______________________________________________________
So I might have
You know how some people are always going off learning stuff
so that they get so overwhelmed and overloaded with information they end up like rabbits stuck in the headlights?
well what I do is help them sort through everything they've learned so they only end up with the bits that matter
so that they can start implementing and feeling good about whatever it is they started to create in the first place
I love this format because it takes away any stress for people and puts into plain English what you do.
It is also asking a question and it has been proven that the brain when faced with a question likes to see if it can answer that question.
So if you are at a networking function or a place where there are a lot of strangers, well it helps you to captivate them with a question and keep them focused on what you are saying without you coming off as pushy or salesey.
They want to stay engaged to see if they can answer the question. In this instance, it will often spark conversation because by the time you finish their brain will hopefully have thought of an alternative answer to your question and they will have something immediate to share with you.
What is it that you do, that you could develop into a question?
Did you know that what you’ve been doing in the past 90 days is what will shape the next six months?
I’m currently sitting in the United Lounge at Los Angeles airport – my 90 Day tourist visa is up! Once Uncle Sam is done with you, there is nothing to do but ride that silver bird back to the wide brown land. The jolt back to reality is going to be huge as the wheels hit the tarmac at Kingsford Smith Sydney in sixteen hours time.
To be honest that whole Rodeo Drive things just leaves me cold. I wandered there yesterday in search of food and was totally bemused by people in the omni-present tourist buses going up and down taking pictures of stores they couldn’t afford to shop in. The whole celebrity things is a bit lost on me. although I did get to walk through the lobby of the “Pretty Woman” hotel and saw the balcony Julia Roberts sat on threatening to tobble over as the scared of heights Richard Gere just about had kittens. Guess I’m as bad as the happy snappers 🙂
Also drove through Hollywood and Vine where the man walks across the road shouting “Welcome to Hollywood! What’s your dream?”
Our dreams are funny things. The more action we put into each set of 90 days we get gifted – the closer our dreams get to reality. The actions we don’t take atrophy our dreams.
During my last two days in LA, I had the pleasure to be gifted a one on one session with vocal coach Roger Love. I’d never dreamed this little kiwi could be tutored by someone who has worked with some big names from downunder like INXS, Hanson, Missy Higgins plus all the greats from USA music and film. As I sat in his office surrounded by his accolades and framed platinum CD’s – well it was all a bit surreal.
The only reason it happened was because I took a risk that as yet hasn’t fully paid off. But being around people who work with people who follow their dreams takes you to a new level even before you get started.
As you step up to the plate and you have to be prepared to hear the truth and be prepared to listen.
I knew as I took the honest feedback about my voice and the way I speak that all those who stood in the same spot in his office had heard similar news delivered, because we rarely consider our voice.
Doesn’t matter who you are, you still have things to learn about your trade. After taking a huge piece of feedback on an earlier teleclass with Roger, I’ve had a couple of other things added to my voice improvements list: “the high squeaky hinge”, “not filling the room enough”, “speaking too quietly”, “not dropping my jaw”, “tongue too high” ….. crikey it’s little wonder I have so much trouble ordering take out in the USA! It’s not until you get out of your comfort zone or your own environment for challenges you never knew you had, to start appearing.
Then as we stepped over to the piano Roger reminded me that anything shared is done with love – pun intended I’m sure 🙂 My response was – “let me have all the feedback, don’t meter it, just tell me where I can improve”.
That thirst for feedback has been my friend over the years. Sure it hurts and cuts like a knife when you first hear it, but as soon as you start to work on the problem, it feels like progress is being made.
Most never progress because they can’t take the “negative” feedback. They want everything wrapped in cotton wool, they want it watered down, they want it so politically correct that the truth gets lost in the memory foam wrapper.
I really encourage you to be up for feedback and up to take on new information in your own business and personal ambition.
You see the thing that is our greatest enemy is what we don’t know, we don’t know.
The confidence and courage that comes from knowing you have at least one small part of what you need to learn is taken care of, well it automatically brings you to a new place.
Anyone who lives from a place of higher ambition, will always be seeking new knowledge, new feedback and new ways of doing things because they are desperate to find all those things they don’t know and start to work on correcting them.
I’ve had some wonderful conversations with the fabulous Dean Frenkel, the hormonics master, about the theory of the voice. I knew it was important, but I didn’t realise how important our voice is until I attended World’s Greatest Speaker Training.
It was amusing and alarming all at the same time to hear Brendon Burchard tell us how he met Roger Love. After a very grueling schedule, Brendon was standing in the carpark at one of his mega events, hundreds of red cordial filled fans screaming for more, still with a couple of days left to present and NO voice. Roger was able to give him enough exercises in the carpark to enable him to go back on stage and present.
But as Roger warned us, its not ideal to get your voice into this type of situation.
Of course we never put the work in before hand, because we don’t know what we don’t know. So Roger inevitably gets the emergency call, where a miracle is being asked for and what’s more expected. In a sick sort of way, its nice to know this stuff happens at every level of someone’s career.
It’s also sort of heartening to me (i a sick kind of way) to hear that many big names have picked up the phone and been squeaking down the line, desperate for a miracle. It makes all the things I haven’t known needed work seem a little less “doh” on my part.
All our “squeaky hinges” dwelling in our throat’s and “Yogi bear” sounds and “cheshire cat” voices mostly go un-noticed, until we start to put pressure on them. We simply don’t know they are a problem nor do we understand just how much air needs to roll past the vocal chords, nor are we prepared to spend twenty minutes each day working the vocal chords, the six pack of our voice.
Its hard to work out anything when you don’t even know it needs working out.
I trust you will at least start to investigate what the voice needs to stay strong, or at least remember this communication and know what to do when you find yourself “desperate in the carpark” at the back of your venue.
If you are interested in working with your voice a little more and beginning to understand what you need to know to get your vocal chords up to a level where they won’t break down on you, then I recommend you make some time with Dean Frenkel if you are in Australia or Roger Love if you are in the USA.
Our voice is our wand in everything we do and the stronger our voice and the stronger we can communicate, the more successful we are going to be.
The next 90 Days is going to be a bit rough for me as i adjust back to life downunder and get down to some serious work.
Throwing myself back into work is something I find works after these magical adventures “upover”. I also know that putting some solid work into the next 90 days is going to make the first six months of 2014 look way different.
Video is very different to recording audios. There is no where to hide!
I still have a lot of practice to do, but these are just a few of the challenges I’ve overcome to get a half decent product.
[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]1. Look Directly at the Camera[/headline_georgia_small_left]
To get good contact with your audience you have to be looking straight at the camera – like straight down the lens or on a laptop you need to be looking at the lens not the green light beside it, otherwise you get a strange “sideways’ look about you.
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To avoid looking all “jowlie” or like you have more chins than a Chinese phone book – make sure you are looking slightly upwards at your camera, not too far up though or they’ll be looking straight up ya nose 🙂
Also if you are looking down at the camera it gives the effect of “looking down” on your audience and we certainly don’t want that!
I find if the camera is just slightly above eye level, then it works really well. In a weird twist if I sit my laptop on my Yeti microphone box on a dining room table – I get the exact right height.
[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]3. Don’t Move About Too Much[/headline_georgia_small_left]
If you have expensive camera’s then you can move and sway as much as you like, but the tiny little camera’s in most laptops or iPhones can’t focus quickly and you keep going out of focus if you move too much. Allow the camera to lock onto you and then stay as still as you can. Use your arms and hands to get the movement …. that way you won’t look like a talking wooden doll.
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[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]4. You Need MakeUp – Even If You Think You Don’t![/headline_georgia_small_left]
If you are a bronzed tanned beauty then by all means go ahead and roll cameras with just a dab of lip gloss. But for an old gal like me with pasty white skin, well we need a lot of help. I found a make up artist who specialises in video work and she was amazing.
She recommended a product called Kryolan. I was surprised how much makeup I needed to wear to look like I only had a little bit on. I was also surprised at the colours she gave me, that are quite gaudy and give you an eery resemblance to an Oompa-Loompa in normal light, but look fine once you look back at the video. The Lip Gloss she recommends looks pink on camera but is a funny orange colour. So I recommend you book in and have someone help you out if you are going to get serious about video. Danni at Its All About MakeUp really helped me a lot. Now if only I could get my hair fixed!
I’ve recorded a little video that shows you the makeup Danni recommended for me – click here to watch – its only 17 minutes.
[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]5. You Need Good Light[/headline_georgia_small_left]
Thing is you just can’t film anywhere and get a good result. I’ve found the more natural light you have in front of you, the better it is. You can find me at new house sits wandering around doing test recordings with my laptop until I find the space with the best light.
Professional lights of course are best and not as expensive as you might think. Friends sent me links to these light systems, one in Sydney Australia and one in New York, both of which will ship for under $250 and that includes back drops as well!
My colleagues son is into lighting and he said the bulbs you get with the kit from the New York company will make you look younger – I guess if you buy two kits you look twice as young!
Aussie Lights – here
New York (age defying) Lights – here
If you want a Lavalier microphone (I still don’t use one of those, just the mic in my MacBook Pro) – but should you wish to go to that level, you can get them drop dead cheap from Amazon here
If you really want to bend your brain, Brendon Burchard, who has the ultimate set up, recorded this little video where he explains in depth how he gets his look and feel. You don’t need all the hi tech stuff he uses, I’m told the cheap lite boxes will give a similar effect as his expensive ones. You can also buy small HD cameras now that will do a great job with the right lighting, but get a geek talking about which camera to use and you’ll be here for days! and once he starts selling Geoff Walkers program (which is now finished) he is done on the video stuff but up until then its pure gold. Oh for the day when I have a whole apartment to create and play in! Click here for the video
[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]6. You Need to Look Confident[/headline_georgia_small_left]
OK – the makeup covers any zits or bits you don’t won’t the world to see. But you must be upbeat and confident ….. whether you feel that way or not!
Droning on in a video just won’t work. So you need to raise your energy and vibration by dancing like no one’s looking before you do your recording. Or whatever activity vibes you up and makes you feel full of zest for life. I’d estimate at least twice as perky as normal to look normal.
[headline_georgia_small_left color=”#000000″]7. Be Yourself – Everyone Else is Taken[/headline_georgia_small_left]
Of course being you is the most important part of video because video more than any other type of communication will nail you as the fraud if you are pretending or are trying to be someone you’re not.
Funny thing, the closer I got to the camera, the more ME I became. You find your truth in funny places, usually the places you’ve been avoiding the most. I found filming from a distance didn’t work so well. I had to have that real heart connection with the camera, which is of course ultimately your connection with your audience.
So its very much about figuring out what is right for you and experimenting A LOT!
Then once you get your clip recorded, well your problems aren’t over – then you got to load them to the internet and that’s a blog post for another day! I recommend you start with YouTube because its just easier.
I’d love you to leave a comment below about your video experiences to date
I had my Reiki Masters in residence this past week and I taught them how I bless my smoothies and juices, but you can use it for any or every meal.
There are many advantages to blessing food – it makes it taste better, but it also gives your body and cells permission to do good things with the food. In this new energy everything vibrates the way we want it to, we just got to remember to ask!
I learned this process from Lee Carroll who channels Kryon. I was sitting at Lee’s table at dinner during the Colorado training I attended and I noticed him actually holding his hands over his food and asked him about the process. He said with all the travelling he has done over the years, and he mentioned he’s been giving some pretty out there food choices in some of the more exotic countries, if he blesses his food, he never has tummy upsets. So now he just blesses everything that gets put in front of him.
So I took this to heart and developed my own little blessing that I use when I remember to do it, but for whatever reason I always remember to bless my freshly squeezed juices.
This is what I say:
“I bless this juice and ask it come up to a vibration that will be best suited to cleanse, clear, tone, feed and nourish my mind, body and soul to optimum health and happiness at all times”
What do you do to bless your food or raise its vibration? Add a comment below