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oilsLet me start by saying I am not a fanatic bible thumping oiler. I’m not writing this blog to push anything on anyone. I just want to share how I’m using essential oils in conjunction with my hypnosis practice, with lots of positive results.

My original intention for purchasing a diffuser and a bunch of oils was to make my house and office smell nice. The more I started to learn about the specific use each oil had and the more I researched about the healing properties the oils hold, the more excited I became. Now I use the oils every day, in both my home and healing center. The oils I purchase are from Young Living. After doing my own research on various companies I chose Young Living because the quality of their oils is superior than others I have purchased in the past. I found it interesting to learn that many essential oil companies either dilute the oils with other products or bottle the oils after the second or third distilling which renders the quality of the oils much weaker and not as effective. Take lavender for example. Pure 100% lavender is fabulous for treating burns and I always have a bottle in my kitchen. However, if you buy lavender that says it’s pure but has an additive in it, you could possibly make the burn worse. So my rule of thumb with anything I buy is ‘pay a bit more and get the best.’

I use essential oils in my hypnosis practice as another tool in the tool box. Before I see a client I’ll start diffusing an oil that will help alleviate the issue they are working on. I have a client who suffers from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Before she comes in I make sure I have a combo of lemon and peppermint diffusing in the air. Both of these oils are great for lethargy and energy loss and helps boost mental clarity. Another client has so much on her agenda that she’s always feeling scattered and has a hard time winding down. I’ll have an essential oil blend called Gathering in the diffuser when she arrives. Gathering combines galbanum, frankincense and sandalwood oils. Together they help to collect emotional and spiritual energy, helping to enhance the state of wholeness and unity. Before we start the session I dab Stress Away on her wrists and temples to assist in the relaxation process. Then I proceed with the hypnosis, helping her go to the source of when these hectic patterns of behavior were first imprinted into her subconscious mind.

I love creating an environment and holding the space for healing and positive change to occur. When people see me for spiritual guidance and deeper emotional issues I’ll often include in the session a powerful healing technique called Christ Force Healing. This involves placing my hands on the soles of their feet to help channel this powerful Universal Energy through their body. I first anoint the bottoms of their feet with frankincense oil. This is an ancient oil that helps rid anxiety, sadness and despair and is useful for visualizing and improving one’s spiritual connection and centering. I received an email from one of my clients after she received this healing and she said, “Since that session with you, a whole layer of my depression has lifted, and I don’t believe it will return.” This was four months ago and I’m happy to say she continues to be well. Please note, that as a hypnotist and oil user, I don’t treat, diagnose or cure. I simply use the oils as an aide as I guide people into their subconscious mind for self-discovery and inner change. This is called Transformational Healing.

My desire is to help people release anything that blocks them from living a life of health, wealth and abundance. I will use whatever tools I have to assist them in that process.
If you are interested in learning more about the oils I use, I invite you to look at my web site, the link is below. I have several oils on the front page I recommend and you can see the full inventory via my page. And that’s about as pushy as I’ll get! If you have any questions please contact me!

http://www.youngliving.org/hypnodebi

 

Love & Blessings to all who wander by to read this post!

 

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As we move into this Holiday Season, I invite you to take a moment and reflect on everything you are truly thankful for in life. Too often days are spent with unconscious complaining about the smallest things; no place to park, being stuck in traffic or waiting too long in the check-out line at the grocery store. But when you think about it, these are the complaints of a very prosperous nation. Are these really problems? I don’t believe so. Annoyances at most, but not real problems.

I was blessed to spend Thanksgiving day with a friend who hosted a dinner for a group of men recently paroled from prison. For several, this was their first ‘free’ Thanksgiving in more than 21 years. These individuals became certified alcohol drug counselors while incarcerated who are now counselors at a recovery treatment program in the Bay Area. As we went around the table saying what we were thankful for, I was humbled by their positive attitude and true gratitude for life. It confirmed for me, once more, that I really have no problems in my life. Challenges, yes. Annoyances, of course. But problems? Not at all! What about you?

When you give thanks for all the positive things in your life, you are energizing your life with positive energy. I remember saying this on a live, call-in radio show I used to host many years ago. A man called-in saying he liked what I said but he really had nothing positive to focus on. He lost his family in a divorce, he lost his job in the dot-com-bomb and was living in his car, homeless.

I simply pointed out the obvious things: He had ears with which to listen to the radio show, he had a mouth to speak his opinion, his body was healthy and he had a car to sleep in, not to mention whatever phone he was using to call the show. Start where you are, I told him and the ripples would begin to expand. He actually started to laugh. He had a change in perspective.

In order to live the abundant lifestyle it’s important to bless and accept exactly where you are in the moment, not where you want to be. Once you allow yourself to be happy where you’re at, you’ll recognize you don’t have to stay there and changes will begin to take place.

Each day, give thanks for a minimum of five things in your life. I’d prefer you count off ten or twenty things each day, but we’ll start with small steps. Do this daily and your energy will increase, you’ll start thinking happier thoughts and you’ll start feeling better. Remember, where you put your attention, energy follows. Put your attention on the good and more good will be added to you.

Now here’s a tease for my next post as we move into the exercises for manifesting your goals and dreams: Take time each day to give thanks for the things you want that haven’t manifested in your life yet. Give thanks as if you already have them!

Till next time, peace and blessings to all who wander by to read this post!

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ImageIf all your unspoken thoughts had been written down this year, what do you think the main theme or quality of these thoughts would be? Were most of your days in 2013 spent rejoicing and giving thanks for everything in your life? Did you start and end each day with a prayer of gratitude? Did you take the time to find at least one positive event in each of the 365 days? If not, why not?

The thoughts we think, backed by the emotional intensities of those thoughts are what propels us into the future. The truth is, we are creating our future in every moment based on the thoughts we are thinking. Yikes!

If you yearn to create positive change for 2014 I encourage you to learn how to re-frame your mind. There’s many simple, effective exercises you can do that will help you catch those negative thoughts before they take control.

1. Keep a complaint journal. Every time, and I do mean every time, you find yourself complaining, write it down! Write down the complaint, the time of day, where you are and who you are with at that moment. Then, write down something positive about that same situation. You’ll be surprised how many entries you have after one week. I did this many years ago and was shocked to see how much I complained without realizing it! I was more surprised a month or so later when I recognized I had stopped complaining! I felt better. I was happier. I smiled more. And all I did was adjust my attitude!

What’s the significance of writing down the people you’re with when logging the complaints? This is an interesting part of the exercise to learn how other people may effect your mood and thoughts. It’s called ‘matching energy’. When you’re with people who complain or have a negative attitude you may find yourself acting the same way. And do you think these people want you to start being more positive? Heck no! You’ll ruin their joy! Some people actually enjoy being negative. And some people may not want you to be happy. I know a person who is enjoying a new romantic relationship after being single for many years. I watched her slowly make separations from the negative people in her life. She focused on herself. She set personal goals and met them; she lost weight, she started working out with a personal trainer, she got her finances grounded. She spent time with people who supported her in a positive way. She used hypnosis and meditation tools to work on her inner self. She’s happy. And – she stopped complaining!

2. Are you still looking in the past and playing the victim game? If yes then stop! Stop doing that right now! All you’re doing is making excuses for why you can’t be successful today. I recently heard of someone in their thirties complaining that she’s not a professional right now because of a living/work situation she was in during her teen-age years. This is called being stuck on a picture. Please don’t misunderstand me. I know many people have experienced horrible things and I’m not speaking lightly of past-time pain. But you have a choice. You can learn tools to help set you free from the victim role. You can re-frame your mind and practice positive thinking. You can let go of the painful past by admitting the hurt and resentment, then practice letting it go. You deserve so much more!

3. Write your own prescription for happiness. This may sound trite, but it’s surprisingly effective. Dedicate some quiet time for yourself. When you feel ready, create a list of things you’d really love to do. This isn’t a bucket list. These are things you’ve been thinking about for a long time that you believe can never happen or wonder how will it all work out? Don’t worry about the steps it’ll take to get there, start by writing them down! I worked with a client last year who had been unhappy for quite some time. He felt like he was stuck in a rut. He had a job but he realized it was just to pay his bills, he wasn’t happy going to work each day. Our first task was focused on re-framing his mind with work. He was able to find gratitude that he had a job and didn’t have to worry about finances. When I asked him what he’d love to do if there was nothing blocking him he started to smile. Then he started to talk. And talk. And talk. He wanted to be a spiritual teacher. During hypnosis I guided his subconscious to show him ways he could turn his passion into reality. Several months later he was offering free lectures. The free lectures blossomed into paid classes. He’s still working at his other job, but he’s found joy and passion by activating his personal prescription for happiness.

2014 is almost here. You have 365 clean sheets of paper waiting for you to express your thoughts, your intentions and goals. You can create whatever you choose, it’s only a thought away!

“Once someone asked me if I knew where God was. Yes, I replied, He’s in your ATTITUDE and when you ask Him, He will heal it!” – Rev. Wm. H. Duby

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As a minister and practitioner of spiritual prosperity principles I believe deeply that to maintain flow in life we must keep the doors open to give. Whenever my husband and I experience financial challenges we go into ‘giving’ mode looking to see where we can give to someone or someplace, either our time, energy or money. The purpose is twofold. One, we don’t want to get stuck in a mentality of lack and limitation. Two, we know that the spiritual prosperity formulas work; when you give you are opening yourself up to receive more from God.

Ah, so giving is actually a selfish motive to receive, you might be saying. No, I am not saying that at all. Let me share some examples.

A couple of years ago I experienced a significant and unexpected financial set back. After my personality stopped freaking out my husband and I went to the bible and read passages on giving. We knew that the only way to climb out of this hole was to bless the situation and to give more. So we did. We increased our tithe to our church at the time, we gave free will donations and I started volunteering my hypnosis services at a drug/alcohol rehab center. This helped me take my mind off what I perceived to be problems and put me back in the modality of helping other people. Increasing what we gave to our church reminded us that God is the Source for all we have, not a person or a paycheck or a stipend.

The results? Soon my husband started getting lots of overtime at his job and I attracted more clients and students. Even better, we both felt at peace and secure with our financial situation even before the increases began.

This past June I received another huge, unexpected financial life challenge: the stipend I received for being a board member and Bishop of my church was taken away and I was only offered 20% of any hypnosis work I did. After meditating for a week I decided it was best for me to resign. This situation came out of the blue and was nothing I had planned for or anticipated. I had been with this organization for thirty years. After feeling frozen in fear with my personality doing another freak dance my husband and I looked at each other and said ‘time to start giving even more’. And yes, we did. And yes, life is plentiful and we are prospering. I give thanks and bless this ever abundant bountiful Universe in which we live!

Hypnosis and Giving: Your subconscious mind is already programmed for succes or failure and everything you are doing in your life is being dictated by that programming. Are you having financial challenges? Do you find yourself thinking in terms of ‘I don’t have, I can’t afford, I am scared of being poor?’ You are operating on the program imprinted in your subconscious mind while also energizing and setting yourself up to experience that which you don’t want to experience! Tell yourself you don’t have enough money and you’ve just created a vibration to repel money away from you.

The steps to bring you out of this mindset is to start giving, yet everything in your subconscious is screaming ‘No! Hold on to it! I can’t afford to give!’ The truth is, you can’t afford not to give.

In the book Prosperity, Charles Fillmore writes: “You may allow avariciousness and stinginess to develop in your mind domain until the very blood (representing soul awareness) in your body starts to dry up and your nerves are shaken and palsied with the fear of future poverty. If so, it is time these ideas were driven out and a new set of ideas settled in your domain to become active in building up a new state of consciousness.”

The beliefs you have are imbedded in your subconscious mind. Thinking new thoughts will help override those beliefs but hypnosis is the fastest, most effective way to actually remove them completely. Removing them is akin to a farmer preparing his field each spring before planting new crops. He tills the soil to remove the rocks and stones so the seeds have room to take root, grow and flourish. Likewise, as you release the old beliefs of lack, limitation, greed and avarice and plant new thought ideas of yearning to give and be more open, you will soon be enjoying the fruits of your labor. Open your heart and mind to give and the universe will teach you how to receive!

I would encourage anyone who yearns to create positive change in their life to explore hypnosis. I encourage everyone reading this post to find an outlet and start giving today!

Love & Blessings to all who wander by to read this post!

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As we head into the new year I thought it would be fun to re-introduce this exercise for raising prosperity consciousness. Enjoy!

I’ve been pondering on the “New Thought” movement that became popular in the 1800’s. People like Quimby, Holmes, Mary-Baker Eddy (who was actually a student of Quimby), Wattles, Fillmore and the rest. It’s interesting how this collective group of consciousness was downloaded to so many people at about the same time. Now I’m not a historian so no dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s here. But what became known as the New Thought Movement was, to me, a way of thinking introduced on the planet by Jesus. Yes, yes I know people before him were aware of this consciousness. Let’s just say He did a really good job of making a global impact on a new way to think!

Before I became certified in hypnosis I had been a practitioner of metaphysical intuitive awareness. Intellectually I understood how thoughts become things and how we are the creators of our own Universe. But it wasn’t until I dove into the realms of hypnosis and everything that topic held, that I really began to ‘get it’ and started cultivating a prosperity mind-set.

One of my intentions for starting this blog site is to help people foster a new attitude of thinking. I will share my personal journey, which includes times of absolutely no money to enjoying all the fruits this abundant Universe has to offer. To start, I’d like to share a simple exercise that will help you flip your mind from seeing your proverbial cup of life as half empty, to being half full and even overflowing! I call this….. The Prosperity Stroll! Have fun!

Step 1: Grab a piece of paper and a pen

Step 2: Stroll through your life. Begin with your home. Write down everything you own. Everything, from clothing to appliances to entertainment items to food you have in your home right now. Everything.

Step 3: Move outside. Do you have a yard? Write down everything you own in your yard. Do you have a vehicle? Write that down!

Step 4: Write down bank accounts and cash on hand.

Step 5: Next to each item you now have listed, put down the approximate cash value of each thing.

Step 6: Add all the numbers up and see what you get as an approximate cash value of your life, right now.

Most of my clients and students are shocked when they see how much they actually have in present time. We are so conditioned to project our thoughts, desires and dreams out into the future that we miss what we have right now. I encourage you to do the Prosperity Stroll. It’s fun and you will amaze yourself!

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