The 7 Everyday Struggles you can Encounter on Your Spiritual Path

In this episode, Anandi discusses the 7 everyday struggles people can encounter on their spiritual path. If you are on your path of spiritual growth, this will resonate with you and give you some insight into where you are on your journey, what roadblocks you have put in place for yourself and how you can move forward.


Welcome to the Anandi Sano podcast and welcome to this episode. Today I wanted to talk about the many common spiritual struggles that people can encounter on their spiritual path. And when I was writing these and reflecting on my journey, there was some things that became very, very apparent as to what I was looking for and what I was struggling with. So I wanted to go through what to me are like the seven main things that I struggled with. So maybe this will resonate with you and, and can give you some insight as to where you are on your journey and how you could possibly move forward.
So the first one is feeling disconnected. So this can refer to feeling disconnected from yourself, from others, from source, god, universe, a higher power, whatever you choose to call that. And it can manifest as a sense of emptiness, low loneliness, or perhaps even a lack of purpose or maybe all three. And I know that is something that I definitely found for myself that even though I was doing particular practices and I was doing meditation and I was doing Buddhism and yoga and [inaudible] and I was trying different things, I still felt disconnected from myself. I felt really shut down. I felt like I couldn’t open myself up to others and be vulnerable. I always felt like I was going to be attacked or hurt. And I always had this sense that I never had this true and pure connection to source God cuz potentially I wasn’t good enough or there was part of me that wasn’t pure enough.
I don’t even know if that’s the right word, but that’s what it sort of felt like. And that is what we are told in some way as we grow up or if we go to church or we’ve done other sort of practices, it’s bad of having to work on yourself because you’re not good enough. You’re not seen as good enough in the eyes of this higher power. And that really holds us bound it. It makes us feel lost, it makes us feel and become disconnected from the world and from that deep place within ourselves. So how can we ever become whole when we have this constant feeling of disconnect and that we can truly never really connect with someone because we’re always scared or worried that we are gonna come off second best? And that was something that was huge for me. And now the second thing is struggling with negative emotions.
Oh that was a biggie. And I know you know a lot of you either that are already on the path or have started out or you know a little way on their journey, we can all relate to struggling with those negative emotions, you know? And those negative emotions can include feelings of anxiety and depression, anger, frustration, guilt isn’t guilt and absolute beauty that can literally ignore at you day and night. And you make decisions from that place of guilt and then that holds you bound as well. And that feeds back into the feelings of disconnect that you have because you can’t express what you want for your life because someone in your life may be holding you back or may not understand what you want to do and how you want to do it and say that you can’t do it. So these negative emotions also build up.
This feeling of disconnect also builds up. We lose ourselves in a sense, and these emotions may be really difficult to manage and will definitely interfere with spiritual growth. I think when we are so deep in it, we’re so deep in these negative emotions, which as I’ve explained before, are really a charge, an energetic charge that is in our layers of self. And when I talk about layers of self, I don’t talk about um, the aura or the layers that are in, in yoga or anything like that. There are specific layers of self within peiec and that’s what peiec stands for. The physical, the emotion, the intellect, the energetic and core. But these are not the mind, the heart, the physical vessel. They’re energetic components of who we are. And so if you can imagine these layers, like
Layers a cake and within those layers we have energetic, low vibrating clusters of energy. I’m not gonna say that they’re memories because then people will think of it as something else, but it holds every moment. So people talk about memories as being this thing that happened. This is the story that I had. What we failed to realize is that in each moment that we have, there is more than just the conversation. There is more than just the eye contact that you had with the person or the way that things were said or the way that you physically responded to something in that moment. There is also the colors of the environment that you’re in. Every single object that is in that space with you in that moment is also in the energetic layers of self within what I call life moments. So they’re not just a memory, it is far more than that.
And everything holds a charge. So when we have these feelings of anxiety, depression, anger, frustration, guilt, and we feel disconnected from self, the reason why we feel that way is because of these energetic clusters, life moments that are vibrating within the layers of self. And often they sit in the mud and they’re just waiting to come up. And as soon as something triggers them, they come up through the mud so to speak, and they present themselves and they start vibrating away. And this vibration is the thing that activates the body and the mind causing the feelings of anxiety, depression, anger and frustration. Now if you were to take those words away, if I did not know or I’d never heard of the word anxiety, depression, anger and frustration, if I could present to you the vibration and frequency of that, it would be easier for you to understand what it does to your mind, your body and your reality.
So it’s not necessarily negative emotions that we are dealing with, but it is a low vibration which is expressed in a certain way by your body, your mind, and definitely your nervous system. You can understand then how you yourself can start feeling disconnected when you are vibrating at this low vibration and frequency because that is not who you are in the depth of who you are in the core of self. You are an extremely high frequency and vibration. But we block that off with a wall, so to speak, because we live in the lower layers of self. Yeah. So that may be a little bit hard to grasp. But when we are in pure presence, when we are in totally in the now, not even thinking about where we are now, but being in core or being in presence, being in the now is actually being in core spanning the energetic layer of self and being in the physical, which means in the body the other layers, which is the physical vibration, the emotional and the intellect layers which are not heartened mind are calm.
So you could imagine those layers just being undulating like a beautiful lake. Yeah, they’re not like the crashing ocean that goes on. If we were to use that analogy, you could imagine that your feelings of anxiety and depression and anger and frustration and guilt are like the crashing waves of the ocean hitting the sand. Imagine that being there in your layers, in your energetic layers every single day. And that sensation of crashing of the waves causes the physical vessel, your body to express it in a certain way, which we then have named anxiety, depression, anger, frustration, guilt, sadness, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. So as we go on our spiritual path and our spiritual growth, we wanna try and change that so that as we become more calm and create more space within ourselves and calm down the nervous system and calm down the thoughts, we can start getting rid of those negative emotions. And on my path I really struggled with those negative emotions and self-talk of not being worthy enough and not liking myself and the way that I looked, what probably everybody else has as well. Even though we think that this is purely our own
Self talk, that surely nobody else feels like this. Cuz you look at someone else and you go, oh my god, they’re really attractive or this and that, or oh my god, they’re so good at that and you can’t reflect and go, well I’m really good at that as well. No, we have to berate ourselves and part of that is because we’re feeling disconnected to self. So for me, struggling with those negative emotions was something that I battled with and I was very, very quick to anger because I didn’t actually want to feel because that was part of my disconnection from myself. Cuz if I was vulnerable or if I opened myself up, someone was bound to hurt me, somebody was bound to leave, somebody was bound to talk badly about me behind my back. And so it was self perpetuating and that was something that as I did the work with peiec started to shift actually really, really quickly because as I was calming and then releasing the energetics of everything and releasing the charge around these life moments, these negative emotions started to lift.
And the way that I thought about myself changed and it wasn’t, it wasn’t me sitting down and self-reflecting or self-analyzing. This just happened naturally as there was more of an energetic shift and a calmness within my layers and more and more was energetically released, it just became a natural thing. And so when I was able to reflect on moments in my life that may not have been positive, there was no negative emotion that was attached to it anymore. And so these moments that had held me bound started disappearing, not because I worked through them, it’s just because they didn’t matter in a sense anymore because the charge was gone. And that was amazing for me and my life and my growth because the anger and everything else can just hold you bound. It can stop you from spiritually progressing. And that is such a huge factor on people’s journey.
I think they get so caught up in that. The third one that I wanted to talk about was feeling stuck or stagnant. And this can refer to feeling like one is not making progress on the spiritual path or that your growth has plateaued and it can be accompanied I guess by a sense of boredom or a lack of motivation. And for those of you who’ve just started on the spiritual path, this will be definitely something that’s going to hit you and it may come out of nowhere. Or if you haven’t been consistent in a practice and you stop doing it for a while, then this lack of motivation starts kicking in because our old self, like our muscle memory, wants to kick in again and tell us that that is the right way. That our old way is something that we know that we are comfortable with and that we should stay with that.
And stuck for me was I had been doing all these things and I think one of the things that we do as humans is that we like to put lots of shiny things in a basket. And what I mean by that is that we have a nibble of something and we learn a little bit and then we throw it away and then we try something else. And I know for me that taking a bite of a particular apple, but they’re not delving deep enough into that, I think was part of the reason that I started feeling stuck. Or maybe I didn’t really understand the teachings or I didn’t resonate with a teacher or I didn’t have time or I wasn’t consistent. Maybe I got a little bit lazy, maybe I didn’t see enough progress, but then I didn’t know what progress looked like. I didn’t know if I’d been making headway.
I didn’t have anybody really to go, you know, every time this happens then you react and I see you going through this cycle of continuously doing this when that happens. And it would’ve been really good to be able to have a teacher that could talk you through that and go, wow, you can see what I can’t see for myself. And that’s one of the big things that I really wanted. And I guess I started looking for that teacher to go, I need help with this. I feel really stuck. I don’t know if I’m making any progress. I’m, I’m probably am, but I don’t know what this progress is meant to look like. And so on my journey, it was something that really started to frustrate me and I didn’t know where to look. And so I think then those moments of feeling stuck and stagnant started to get bigger and bigger and bigger.
And then the lack of motivation would kick in. And I think sometimes because the practice was so repetitive and maybe, you know, like chanting or whatever else or reading scriptures, it was like this repetitive thing over and over again. And clearly from what I know now, I definitely wasn’t in the right space. I wasn’t in the deep space of myself where chanting or reading scriptures would’ve been very, very different. It maybe was just like an intellectual exercise, I just keep having to do this cause I wasn’t told anything else. I wasn’t told that you need to connect with yourself first before you do any of this. You know, it’s not just the act of chanting and hope that something changes and maybe people did say it and I didn’t listen. So there’s so many different things on this journey where we sabotage ourselves. But then I think if we don’t have guidance and a lot of people will say, you don’t need a teacher, you don’t need this and you don’t need that. And you know, to be honest, I think, I think you do. I mean I don’t know why it is in spiritual teachings or spiritual practices that people have such a distaste for teachers. Whereas if you look in personal development or you look in anything else, any, any course that you’ve done, any program that you’ve done, the teacher has the knowledge base, they’ve come from somewhere. So in a sense they are your guru, right? And guru just means teacher.
But in self-development, or even if you were going to do, I don’t know, in, I don’t know if, if you were do medicine right, you were gonna become a surgeon, maybe a brain surgeon. The person who teaches you is literally your guru. They have been there, they done that, they’ve seen all sorts of brains, they’ve operated on all sorts of brains and they can teach you and they can guide you. And that is the same in the fields of spiritual development. And maybe a lot of people have an issue with it or very hesitant because they’ve heard so many things about people not being honest or truthful in this field. And for me, I think on my journey, that was something that I was always very, very wary of.
And it’s a shame really isn’t it? Um, because I think then that stops people’s progress as well and it gives them an excuse I think as well it may give them an excuse. So the next one after that is lacking direction. And I think I touched on this just now, this can refer to feeling unsure about what your spiritual path should look like or feeling lost or confused about which practices or teachings to follow. And that was a, a big one for me. And I’m just reflecting back and even within Buddhism, you know, there, there are lots of different types in a sense. And I tried quite a few and some of them just did not resonate and others did a little bit more and you’d think, oh they’re pretty much be pretty much all the same. And I guess it’d be the same in in other religions as well.
And you could say that for anything, you know, it could be having a PT and the PT does things completely differently to the one that you really liked who has gone on maternity leave or has gone on holidays somewhere. So for me, going on the spiritual path, I got utterly confused with what I should be feeling, what should I be doing? What are the signposts to show that I’m actually progressing? And if I don’t feel those in the way that maybe they were described in a book or somewhere else, does that mean I’m not doing enough or that I’m not good enough? I know I got to a point where I started feeling incredibly confused about what I should follow, what I should be incorporating. And like I said earlier, it seems like there is this common practice of just doing lots of things and it’s like you can do lots of things but you are the master of none.
And so how can our spiritual progress accelerate when we are constantly eating off different plates and you never taste the meal in its totality off one plate and you’re mixing it with, you know, there’s a bit of curry here and I’m gonna have a bit of spaghetti over here and then I’m gonna have a bit of fish over here and then I’m going to you know, have a bit of cake at the same time and your mouth is trying to distinguish all these things and it can never quite understand what it’s actually eating. There’s such confusion but it seems like pupil’s paths are not progressing the way they should because they’re constantly looking for the next thing.
And it could also be is that we live in a society where we like instant gratification. And nowadays if you want something you can pretty much have it straight away. Spiritual growth is not like that. Spiritual growth is not linear. Spiritual growth is a journey and it’s an unfolding of who you are and it’s in that unfolding of who you are that you come to realize who you are and the power that you hold within you and how you respond to the world. And that’s the beauty of it. It’s not the end point of enlightenment. We may have never reached that, but it’s that forward progression on our journey of revealing ourselves to ourselves. And that’s the point of it. And so if you’re continuously flitting from one thing to the next, of course you’re gonna start feeling lost, of course you’re gonna start feeling confused. And particularly when you start mixing things together, right? It’s like making a cake and you’re making a cake and then all of a sudden you’ve decided to put in, you know, some curry powder or something or you’ve started to put in, you know, some, I don’t know, spaghetti bologne sauce into the cake mix.
The teachings that have been given over the centuries to help with spiritual growth have been given in a certain way. And I always say that, that the purity of teachings and I can only reflect on the teachings with peiec because I already see it now, the teachings that have been given in the past, whether it is for meditation or for energy healing or for
Yoga have been diluted because we know that when a person tells somebody else or gives a teaching or something else and they are not the principal teacher of a modality or a technique, as soon as it is passed on and someone else teaches it or someone else explains it to someone else, those teachings are tainted. How do I know this is because with peiec what I teach is what has been given by God. I have not changed it, I have not changed the wording, I have not changed any technique in the way that it’s been given. But when I hear other people explain it, they’ve already tainted the teaching because they explain it in their own way or change the way they teach it ever so slightly. So the technique is never the true technique anymore.
And so over time we have these teachings that have been diluted. And so in a sense, do they lose their power? Do they lose their efficiency? Do they lose their intent perhaps? But then if we start mixing that with other stuff together, it dissolves or dilutes it even more. And so I think that’s the thing that has been as these teachings get handed down, and you have to think about it, if I were to do a talk about peiec, and this has happened right with with Chris, I’ve described something and I’ve taught something in the way source God has told me to teach it, then when I’ve described it to Krys and she’s written it down, she’s written it down in a completely different way because her understanding of it was different from what I told her. And so I reflect back on teachings that were potentially written down from the initial master of whatever was out there and maybe they weren’t able to write and someone else wrote the teachings down, were they then already tainted in a certain way? And that’s a horrible word I guess, but how were they written? Did they reflect exactly the way that the master taught them?
And the more that I’ve taught peiec, the more that I’ve had this understanding of going wow, the teachings of anything that has ever been given, unless it was written word for word for word. And even then when somebody reads it, they can interpret it in their own way. Once they’ve done that, they tell someone else, it doesn’t become the original teaching. So we sort of digressed a little bit, but I thought that was really fascinating cuz I’ve been thinking about that a lot. And in that sense, do we really understand the full teachings of what has been given? Because if they’ve been passed down over maybe centuries, how much of the true teaching is actually left and how much have they been adapted from less, say from from eastern culture, how much have they been diluted from the original teachings?
And so maybe we start feeling lost and confused because we are not seeing the results because we are not getting the depth of the teachings for me. And I’ve only just reflected on that. And also there are so many practices out there and everything is valid, everything has been given for a reason, whether it is positive or negative, everything has been given for a reason. But there’s so much stuff out there and there’s so much noise that it’s really hard for us to focus on one thing and the next shiny thing comes up and we go, Ooh, that looks interesting. And it’s hit all the key words to make me, you know, have an emotional response to it and I’m gonna try that now but seems to be human nature. But we get lost and then we start feeling confused and then we start losing our way on the spiritual path. Now that was a very long explanation about lacking direction, but I think you get my point. The next one is with dealing with past issues, some people would call it past traumas, but the things that have happened to us in our past or even in our present can create obstacles on the spiritual path as it may be difficult to fully connect with yourself or others
While you are carrying the weight of unresolved emotional pain. And it goes back to the struggling with the negative emotions that I was talking about earlier. How can you fully connect with yourself and others when you have these waves crashing within you all the time and there’s no quiet lake or those moments of the quiet lake are when you’re at the beach or in at holidays or on holidays or your partner’s gone away f o again or you’re by yourself for a little while. All this low vibration literally drags us down. It makes us feel like we have the weight of the world on our shoulders. It’s like walking through mud and we need to understand that that is a low vibration but it’s something that we can shift. But again, we need to be consistent and that is one of the hardest things that people have because they’re constantly jumping from one thing to the next.
The next one is struggling with self-doubt or self-criticism. So negative self-talk and self-criticism are definitely barriers to spiritual growth as they can create a sense of unworthiness or a belief that you are not capable of achieving spiritual progress. And I guess that goes back to feeling stuck. For me there was huge self-doubt and there was huge self-criticism. And in the last podcast I spoke about, you know, my my Buddha Chanting practice and how often I meditated and how much I just did and did and did and did. But it came from the wrong space within me. And then there was the self-doubt and then there was the self-criticism that I wasn’t doing enough and I wasn’t achieving enough and maybe I should do more and, but if I did that thing, maybe that would do it. So there was constantly me beating myself up for not being good enough or believing that with all my karma cuz we’re all filled with karma that I couldn’t achieve spiritual, that I couldn’t achieve spiritual progress, that it was purely for other people that were more lucky than I was. And that is something that
So many of us struggle with. It’s negative self-taught as soon as something becomes a little bit hard and particularly on the spiritual journey, right? And I’ve talked about this before, it’s not just about growth. You cannot have growth 24 7, 365 days a year. You just cannot do it. And so as soon as life becomes a little bit hard and you may be going into a contraction phase or something happens in your life, so many people give up or they go, oh it’s gotten too hard, it’s gotten too hard, I’m having, I’m having the wobblies or something’s happened in my life, this doesn’t work. But they never realize or they can’t see it. That as you energetically shift and start releasing those low vibrating life moments in the layers of self, you are never going to go back to the place that you were before.
It’s just physically impossible unless of course you start abusing alcohol or drugs or whatever else. But as we progress when there is a speed bump or we hit a wall, we automatically think that it’s the end of the world. We, we just seem to do that as humans. So instead of berating yourself and going, you know, it doesn’t work, I’m gonna stop this, I’m gonna do something else. I always say to my students, all it is is life moments in your layers that have come up if you can’t see them for yourself. Cuz the analogy that I give is when you’re in those moments of, in the mud so to speiec, it’s like you are just driving on street level and all you can see are the lights and the traffic lights you, you are not able to fly in a chopper and get a bird’s eye view of everything that is going on in your layers. And so what I tell my students is that when you start feeling like that, you feel like there’s a hand break coming, coming on and, and you’re going to going in the self-doubt or hitting the wall, you need someone else to be able to get into their chopper so to speak and see what is going on. They can see the lights of the city, whereas you can’t see that all you are doing is just driving a street level and everything looks dark.
So that is such an important thing cuz as soon as you start doing that, that negative self talk and the self-criticism starts to disappear. But in order for you to do that, you also need to have community because the spiritual path
Is so hard to do on your own. And what I love about Peiec is that it’s able to balance out those highs and lows. So very quickly, and it took me a long time to figure that out, that it was given to accelerate our spiritual path and to balance out the highs and lows even of kini awakening and kini awakening. Everything that you’re experiencing in the physical vessel, the overwhelm and everything else that’s going on, it’s because the life moments are coming up in the layers of self to heal. And so if we can go in or we can get somebody who does the work to go into our layers and to release that, it calms everything down. It’s magic. It’s absolutely magic. And the next one is balancing spiritual practice with daily life. It could be challenging to find a balance between spiritual practice and the demands of daily lives, such as work, you know, family and you have social obligations.
And I think for many we start out and we are literally driving that car and we are going from first gear and we hit it into fourth and we are going at a hundred miles an hour because it’s a new thing. It excites us. We sense changes within ourselves and it’s those times we make time for ourselves because it’s a new thing. And then we find that things start encroaching. I mean obviously particularly if you have kids and have young kids and you have family, you need to give time. But having your own practice is so important so that you can maintain more of a balanced emotional state at work for your kids, for your partner, for your pets, pretty much everywhere.
And there’s always this thing about having to do for everybody else where if you don’t do for self, you’re gonna run out of energy and then you’re gonna start feeling stuck again. Then you’re gonna start lacking direction, you’re gonna struggle with self-doubt, all your past trauma or things are going to literally come up and create a reality for you that you don’t want to be in. And then you start taking that out on everyone around you, your people at work, your boss, your coworkers, your partner, your children, your friends, your animals. And then you become more and more disconnected from self, you become disconnected from you. You become disconnected from the people that you love. You become disconnected from the universe, from source, from God. Everything that you were searching for and wanting is are the things then that you disconnect from. And so in a sense, everything then becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Ugh, I knew that wouldn’t work. It’s not for me. I don’t, I don’t believe any of that spiritual stuff. So it’s balancing the spiritual practice with daily life is so important. If you can only do 10 minutes, then do 10 minutes. If you have to get up 10 minutes earlier in the morning and work through your layers, then you do that because source in that moment knows that you’re giving to self, you’re giving to source God, but you are also giving to the world and the global consciousness. It can start there. If that is all you are able to do and to begin with, then start there. As things start shifting for you, you will be able to create more time for yourself and over time you will be able to set better boundaries for yourself as well. Particularly if you have maybe a partner that is not supportive, you will find that you will get a voice because you will find that you will need to and want to speiec up for yourself because that is also part of your path and part of your journey.
So the spiritual path and spiritual growth is about healing, but in such a different way than what people believe healing is. Healing is not, oh you know, I didn’t have any trauma in my life. Um, so I don’t think I have anything to heal. Healing is about growth. Healing is about understanding ourselves. Healing is obviously also about potentially healing things in our bodies. Everybody has something. So if you don’t like using the word healing, just use growth because there’s always growth. This journey never ends. It is never about an end point. It’s about the unfolding of the path
And becoming you. The gentle version of you that is able to speiec out the gentle version of you that is able to be creative, the gentle version of you that is able to live life in a very different way and in a way that you want to live because it aligns with who you are. So if you start addressing these struggles that I’ve just talked about, it’s very likely that you’ll become motivated again to pursue your spiritual growth and find the support and guidance that you need to overcome these obstacles. So I hope this episode has given you something to think about and definitely go back and listened to this podcast again and maybe think about what roadblocks that you have put in place for yourself. What excuses have you made? What things have you put into your life that has stopped you from going on the journey for yourself in this lifetime? And for me, the spiritual growth is about how far can we get in this lifetime until the moment of the last breath and that we can have spiritual growth whilst we still have the demands of daily life. And you will get to a point where you’ll find a balance in that and then you’ll find that your life will completely change. Cuz as the growth within occurs, then the growth outside of you occurs as well. And then that flows on to everybody in your family. And it’s beautiful and it’s why we are here. Thank you for being with me here today and we’ll talk very, very soon. Many blessings.



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Moving through the stages of Spiritual Growth


In this new video Anandi discusses moving through stages of Spiritual Growth,

Spiritual growth is not a linear process. It’s more like a spiral, where we continuously move through different growth, contraction, and rest phases. Each phase has its own unique purpose and challenges and serves a purpose in your growth, consciousness and evolution.


Many blessings today we’re going to explore the stages of spiritual growth and why they are so important. The spiritual journey is not a linear process it’s more like a spiral where we continuously move through different phases of growth contraction and rest. Each phase has its own unique purpose and challenges.

So let’s start with the growth phase. This phase is characterized by intense learning and expansion of our awareness and understanding.  It can be both exhilarating and challenging as we push ourselves beyond our comfort zones and in new ways of thinking and being but as we move through the growth phase it’s important to remember that our body and mind needs time to integrate these changes, This is where the contraction phase comes in

During the contraction phase we may experience periods of introspection, reflection and consolidation of our learning. This may feel like a time of withdrawal and a withdrawal from the external world but it’s really essential for our growth and transformation.

And then there’s the rest phase which allows us to integrate and assimilate all our learning. This phase is all about rest, rejuvenation and reflection. It’s a time to consolidate our gains and prepare for the next phase of growth. Each phase of the spiritual journey is important because it allows us to work through various layers of our energy which affects our consciousness.  The shift in energy, vibration and frequency is not always aligned and may require different levels of attention and work to integrate and harmonize external factors such as our environment, relationships and life circumstances also influence our progress on the spiritual journey. That’s why it’s important to approach this journey with patience self-compassion and a willingness to surrender to the process.

When we go through a growth phase our body and mind may experience a variety of changes as we integrate new awareness and higher levels of energy and consciousness. This can be overwhelming, which is why taking time to rest and integrate is crucial. To support myself on this journey I’ve always used the techniques of peiec healing to balance out the highs and the lows.

During the rest phase we can reflect on our progress and integrate the changes on a deeper level. It’s a time of rejuvenation and renewal where we recharge our batteries and prepare for the next phase of growth. Remember that the spiritual journey is not a destination it’s about the journey itself. Each phase serves a purpose in your growth and evolution. Trust the process and allow yourself to flow with the natural cycles of growth and contraction.

To support the integration process engage in practices that help you find balance within your body, your mind, and your energetic system.

Meditation, yoga, spending time in nature are really wonderful choices. On my journey I’ve always used the teachings of peiec healing that were given to me by Source to assist myself through the continuous cycles of moving through those three stages of growth contraction and rest.

Peiec allowed me to quickly balance out any periods of highs or lows and assisted my body to quickly integrate the changes that were occurring. It has allowed me to connect much more deeply with my inner wisdom and cultivated a sense of calm deep inner peace and clarity that supported the integration of new consciousness.

Most importantly be gentle and compassionate with yourself during this process. You may experience ups and downs as you navigate the various stages of growth and integration. With time and patience a spiritual practice such as Peiec and a willingness to embrace the journey you can fully and gently integrate the shifts in Consciousness that occur on your spiritual path.  May peace wrap its arms around you and carry you home. Many blessings

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The Top 5 things to accelerate your Spiritual Growth

The Top 5 things to accelerate your Spiritual Growth

In this podcast episode, Anandi discusses the Top 5 things she implemented to accelerate her healing and spiritual growth. What she had to let go of and what realizations she had about what was given from Source to assist her spiritual journey.



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Welcome to the Anandi Sano podcast, and welcome to this episode. Today I wanted to talk about or discuss one of the questions that I hear quite often from people and it relates to what did I do on my path? So how did I accelerate my own spiritual path and what did I do to get to the point that I’m at? And so I just wanted to discuss that as to what I did beforehand. What are the things that I changed and how did I implement that in my life? Because it really came down to implementing a different practice than what I was doing before. So hopefully you’ll be able to relate to some of this because, because I had probably a very similar practice to what a lot of people had or have at this point in their life.
And, and you know, I thought about what I did as I was growing up and I was into martial arts and I really enjoyed martial arts because of the discipline of it, but also the meditation part of it. So I think I was always looking for that stillness within and trying to find it in different ways. But I was reflecting on what I was doing in my twenties and I think you can all relate to this, you know, I remember reading books on things like, how do you increase your psychic powers? And cause I used to watch those shows on the mediums and just wonder how they did that. And I just thought it was amazing. And I thought, okay, there’s something else to life than what we just see and what we know. And I could relate to that because I’d always seen things and I’d always heard things, but these people, you know, were on television. So they were experts in my eyes and I wanted to be like them. I, I want to be able to do something like that. And then I think it was still in my twenties or even in my thirties that I, you know, I got into the crystals and I didn’t really know that much about them, but you know, I went to the little shop, the crystal shop and picked up the ones that were pretty and carried them in a little pouch and I put them in my, in my pocket.
And I don’t know if life really changed and maybe it did and I was so unaware of it. Everything has a vibration and frequency. So I know now that, you know, maybe it did bring something to my life, but it certainly did shift the underlying anxiety and pain that I had and self-doubt and self-worth issues that I had all throughout my life. And the sense of not belonging anywhere and being the black sheep of the family and thinking so differently to others. And I didn’t know, I didn’t know how to find other people that were like me in a sense. I think you may all relate to this journey that so many of us go on as we’re younger because we are searching for something because we don’t truly understand ourselves and we don’t actually know what we are looking for. And then of course, then I started reading different books, you know, and I would read Buddhist books and I would read books from the Dalai Lama and Wayne Dyer and Eckhart Toll you know, his book Power of Now and a New Earth. I remember, I think I read The New Earth first and that made no sense whatsoever. But I do recall sensing something from the book
And that I read it and it was gobbelty gook, but there was something about it that made me want to continue reading it and now understanding the power of words and everything else, that it was probably creating a shift within me. And then I think including back in Buddhist practices and that obviously came from when I was doing, you know, martial arts and I did traditional martial arts. It wasn’t for sport that for me it was trying to get those moments, I guess, that I felt in the temple when I was very young in Japan when we lived there. But it was always a searching and not knowing what I was searching for. And I hear that from so many people that they don’t actually know what they’re looking for. And then we grasp things outside of ourselves to hope that it brings something to our lives. And then it starts getting confusing because we have all these things, all these different things and there’s so much information out there. And I think I started getting confused as well, going, well, maybe I’m not doing enough. You know, maybe there must be something different because this is not doing anything and now I’m reading about this and now I have to be mindful of these things that could potentially hurt me. And because I was already always in a protection mode, I found that really difficult. And it’s like, so there’s stuff out there that I need to be careful of. And
I think it made me want to withdraw from my path. And I’d always had this underlying issue with religion. And I know a lot of people that come and work with me have had a background of being raised in a particular faith or religion and for some reason, whatever it has been, have shut down a part of themselves because something happened. And their belief in source, God, universe, what whatever we call that was something they withdrew from. And I know I had that as well. I don’t ever recall calling Source, source or God, I never used the word, I didn’t want to use the word God because for me, I always thought going to church was because, or I didn’t wanna go to church because I didn’t think I was good enough that clearly there was something about me. You know, my father left when I was young. That was probably my fault, you know? So going to church for me was like, oh my God, I’m gonna get struck down because that’s, that’s what people say, right? So for me, it was never wanting to address that, never using that word because it was too hard for me to step into that space and what I believed and what I thought I knew. And so I never ventured into church. I remember going to church when I visited my, my cousins from one Easter when we were living in Germany and they went to church and my brother and I had to go along
And I remember we were in one of the back rows and I couldn’t sit still and probably I didn’t wanna be there. And I was playing with one of the Bibles and I dropped it on the floor during prayer and it was a very loud bang. And I just wanted to have the floor open up and swallow me. And so for me, I, I guess there was something I was fearful of, I think, and I, that always stuck with me and always that sense of not being good enough. And one of the biggest things for me was always how could God allow all these horrible things to happen in the world? And I know when I was a paramedic and I was a paramedic for over a decade, I used to ask myself that all the time, particularly when it came to traumatic accidents or ones that involved children. And it was, it, I think it was in those moments that I, maybe I disconnected even more from myself or, you know, back then I, I called it the universe really I would, I would never use that word God, because I saw, maybe saw it as separate.
I’m not even too sure, but it was like if that higher power was this gracious entity person in a murder commerce, how could all those things be allowed to happen? And it really affected me. It really affected the way that I perceived life. And I think part of that was part of the reason that I also disconnected from life and I guess myself because I saw so much trauma when I was in the service that it skewed the way that I looked at life. And it was really only when I had to leave the service because of a knee injury that it was probably 18 months or so. It took me about 18 months if not longer, to try to get myself to look at the world in a different way. Cuz all it saw was anger and hostility and pain and the negative side of life. And it really skewed the way that I saw the world and I saw people And so trying to find myself in amongst all that, I didn’t want to have anything to do with God. And it was interesting when this work was first given, the word source was used
Because it was a word that I’d never used. So I think then it allowed us to accept the work more readily because of the word now as I’ve obviously been, you know, healing so much and stepped into that space. It doesn’t matter what word I use because it’s ultimately all the same thing and my understanding of the world and source God universe is very different. So I just thought, I just wanna quickly discuss that because it gives you a little bit of context as to where I came from on my journey. And I know that so many of you can probably relate to that in some way. And it’s when we reflect back on life and what has happened to us and how we’ve been treated or how we’ve treated ourselves, that we can gain a bit of a more of an understanding that that calling
That is within you and it will always be there at times. It will die down and disappear depending on what you’re doing in life and what’s occurring for you. But it will always be there. And that calling is the calling from source, God, universe, whatever you choose to call it, for you to come home. And it’s in that coming home that you truly start to understand the world and you start to understand yourself and you start to accelerate your spiritual path. It doesn’t mean that life is going to be super simple, that you’re just going to float along, but it’s gonna change the way that you respond to life, the way that your body responds to illness or an accident, how you react to your family and friends. It changes your life. And so I wanted to talk about the, the top five things that I did to change my path earth.
And this was after, you know, I had got really heavily into meditation and doing sound healing and doing Buddhist work and Buddha chanting, all that sort of stuff. I started getting into yoga, did Chik and this all came about after my breast cancer diagnosis. I knew I had to do something beforehand because I had chronic fatigue for like over five years or something. And I was just burning the candle at both ends and I was just pushing myself cuz I thought I needed to be better. I thought I needed to prove my worth by going up the corporate ladder. It was about pushing, pushing, pushing, pushing. It was always about doing for others, particularly in Buddhism, it’s about building up merit and then sending merit out into the world. And so again, I started losing myself in amongst all that because I’d been so well trained as a paramedic to always do for others.
And I always thought if I do for self, then I’m selfish. It has to be about others. And so I didn’t care for myself, so to speak. And I found it so hard to give to self, to spend time doing stuff for myself because I guess I didn’t think I was worthy. Even with meditation, I remember, you know, I’d be sitting in meditation for maybe 20, 30 minutes and then all of a sudden there’d be something within me that started getting edgy and going, no, you’re wasting time. You shouldn’t be doing this. You’ve got stuff to do. Why are you doing this now? And it affected everything. That’s not to say that meditation and everything that I did didn’t create a change. It did, it didn’t bring me a certain amount of peace in my life. I know I was less reactive, but it didn’t go deep for me and that was my journey.
Other people may have different experiences, but all I can talk about is my pathway. And I know so many students that have come through resonate with that because they’ve had a similar experience. So I was doing medi every single day. I was meditating in the morning. I was meditating at night when I was driving to work and I used to work in the city. So it would take me around about 45, 50 minutes to get to work in the city. And during that time I would play Buddha chanting music in the car for 45 minutes and I would be chanting army tark and there’s a certain way of doing it. So I would be chanting that all the time because that build up merit. And supposedly it also shifted my karma cuz I thought I was full of karma, right? So part of the thing was that, okay, so karma was there that clearly I have a lot of stuff because, you know, I still had pain and anxiety and this and that and certain thoughts.
I’m clearly not a good person. So I need to practice and practice and practice and practice and have I done enough? And I recall sending an email to one of the Buddhist teachers that I was following online. I didn’t think she’d ever respond, but she did. And I, she asked me to list what I was doing in my practice and I read it, you know I remember bringing that up a couple, couple years ago to read the email that she, that I’d sent and I was like, I cannot believe how much I was doing. So I was doing the I’d get out of the car when I parked in the city. And even on the way walking into the, my business building that was on the main street on Hay Street no, so St. George Terrace, I was budha chanting the whole way there at any moment that I could get in my day, I was budha chanting when I was, when I, when I came home, obviously on the drive home, I would be listening to Buddha Buddhist talks, I’d be Buddha Chanin when I was making dinner, I was Buddha Chanin when I went to bed, I would do, you know, my, my, my prayers and I would send merit out into the world.
And I remember the email that I got back from this teacher was like, well, you know, I know you, you said in your email that you want to be able to attend this monastery, whatever, but maybe you haven’t built up enough merit to get there. And I remember reading this email and being absolutely devastated because of the words that she wrote. And it’s like, how much more do I have to do to be able to create change within my life and within me? And I remember, I think it was after that email that I actually started pulling away from those teachings because it made me feel so less than, it’s like, look how much I’m doing.
But the changes, obviously the changes did kind of happen, right? Otherwise I probably wouldn’t have ended up where I am now. So I was building up merit <laugh>, but in a different way. So I reflect back on that. I didn’t see that at the time, but I see it now to everything that you do does build on something. But then I was still searching, I was still searching for the thing that would be able to take away the nightmares that I was having and the overwhelm that I was living in and the anxiety and the body pain and my gut issues and all that sort of thing. And I wanted to be in that space that I saw Buddhist monks. I wanted to be in that space. I wanted that space that I thought me being me could never have. I didn’t think I was worthy enough. I didn’t think that I had done enough good in my life to be there. And so when the teachings started to be given in 2000, at the end of 2016, it was more 2017, I was still doing meditation, I was still doing yoga and Chik. But I had to back off on that because when source filled me with
His grace in 2012, my, when my father was passing,
I started feeling that flow of source through me 24 7. And I didn’t know what it was. And part of it also I think was that kundalini awakening that was occurring within me. And as I progressed, as the energy got stronger as source flowed through me 24 7 and I couldn’t switch it off, I found that when I was doing yoga or I was doing [inaudible] because they also raised vibration and the movement of energy through the body, I couldn’t cope. My, my nervous system went into absolute overwhelm and overdrive and I couldn’t cope. My body just literally broke down. And so I had to back off on those practices. But I wanna talk about the top five things that I did on my path to accelerate my journey and to create the most dynamic shifts within me that help me step into the space that I live now.
And the first one, which some of you may be quite surprised at, was that I stopped my meditation practice. And why did I do that? Because it didn’t feel right anymore and I wasn’t, when I look back now, I wasn’t directed to do it. So I literally remember not being able to meditate anymore and going trying to get into that space of meditation and you know, with your thoughts and your breathing and all that kind of stuff. And it just wasn’t working anymore for me. And it was like sos God was saying, let’s put that to the side because I’m going to show you something new. And so I know for many of you that you have a meditation practice and I’m not saying to stop it. I would never tell anybody to stop what works for them, but I’m just giving you my game plan basically that I was shown by source.
So that was the first one. I stopped my meditation practice, I did not meditate anymore. And people will say yes, but when you’re sitting out, you know, in the garden or whatever else, that is a form of meditation because you’re going to quiet. I totally agree. But I didn’t sit down to meditate. I did not include breathing practices anymore. I literally let that all go. The second thing that I did, and I just mentioned it earlier, was that I cut back on the yoga and [inaudible] practices. Now if you are, you know, yo yoga teacher or you do yoga, I’m not saying to stop any of it. I’m certainly not saying that it won’t work for you on this journey. I’m just letting you know what I had to do for myself because I found that it doing too much of it was actually a negative thing for my body because as it was accelerating and the energy and the frequency and vibration was accelerating really quickly for me, I couldn’t doom too much of it.
So that was the second one. And the third thing that I did, because I was obviously a really slow learner, was that I started implementing the peak healing teachings that sourced God showed me as a daily practice. When this all started, I didn’t understand what was happening. I didn’t understand the work that I was being shown. I didn’t understand that I needed to do it in the moments where things started to rise and I talk about the rev meter because we’re always in that heightened state. Yeah, I remember for example, maybe you’re, you are, you are always at a level three and then it tips you really quickly at a level five, as the rev meter goes up, we never really down at a zero and meditation never got me down to a zero. It just maybe went down to a two and that felt peaceful, right?
So, and what peak was able to do was take me down to a zero. But it took me such a long time to figure out that as I was feeling a shift within myself as that rev meter was going up, source was always saying, now go into your layers. And I was like, I don’t wanna do it Now you get caught up in that overwhelm because it’s addictive. It’s something that you know, but source is like go into your layers now. And so when I learned that going into my layers allowed me to go back to zero is the moment that I realized that this work was something incredibly special.
And so for me, I started implementing it as my daily practice. Not just I’m gonna do it in the morning and do it in the evening. I did it when the need arose, when I felt something shift within me. And then I realized that those moments that were shifting within me was source God offering me a moment to heal. And that took me a long time to get my head around that. And the healing that was happening was because those energetic life moments were rising up through the layers and expressing themselves in my physical vessel, in my mind, in my reality. And so when I got my head around that to go one plus one equals two cause and effect, my layers are starting to rep, you know, to bring something up that needs healing in this moment. Therefore my rev meter is starting to go off because it’s expressing what’s happening in my layers. And so as I went and worked in my layers and released the energetic charge that was there, my rev meter went back to zero and my nervous system calmed down and my body relaxed and the pain shifted, or I was getting a sore throat or runny nose or whatever else. It all disappeared again. And so I had to learn the hard way cuz I didn’t know what was going on. But as I implemented the teachings as a daily practice for me and a way of life, that is when my life completely and utterly changed.
And the other teachings that started to be given as to how to work on the physical vessel was given because our body needs to also be able to match the change and shift that is occurring to us energetically in the layers. And so what I started to realize was that I’d been given in the these tools by God to be able to change and heal and accelerate my spiritual path. And then I was able to teach others to do what I’d been shown. And without a doubt, peak is the fast track for people’s healing and spiritual journey. And I’ve, I can say that without any hesitation because it is the truth. I see it time and time and time again in the people that do the work. So the fourth thing that I used, which took me a little while to get my head around was I started to use my YouTube healing videos. And I remember that I created the YouTube channel initially for my students. And I was doing healings online for, initially it was small groups of students who wanted to have healing, right? And so then I would record them and then I realized that the energy bandwidth that flowed through that was still there.
And then I marveled at that and went, how can that even be? And so I started to do more of these online healings and record these videos. And then Source said, use these videos or teach your students to use these videos as part of their spiritual and healing journey because it has information in it, it has a bandwidth of source in it that they will be able to access the further they go on their journey. And it’s so true. I go back to some of the videos that I created three years ago and I’ve played them and just gone O M
I did not feel this bandwidth of information and light and source in this back then because I wasn’t able to access that bandwidth of healing because where I lived, right? Or how much healing I had done. And so Source literally directed me to create that YouTube channel to start helping people and my students on their journey. And then I remember being at an event, I think it was one of the North Perth town hall events where I did a group healing and it was over a hundred people in the hall. And at the end of it I remember saying to Chris and going, you know, I give and give and give and give and give, but where am I in this equation? I know I receive healing as I’m in that space, but I just wanna be lying down on the yoga mat with everybody else and just let someone else do the work. So I felt like I was missing out be because I was just giving and giving and giving and giving. And I remember that night and I never used to get a lot of sleep because Source was always teaching and guiding and gently reprimanding in a sense as well.
And Source said to me, but the, the videos that you’ve put online are also for you and all of the videos that you film, I am also held. I meaning God, I am also held in these videos for you. And that was massive for me. I didn’t, didn’t understand at all. And so I started using the videos for my own healing because I’m able to access a completely different bandwidth in a sense than many others. And it changed my life so much, so profoundly. And so I understood more and more of what was given and what source God was offering to us. And it was incredible.
And so the YouTube healing videos are such a tool to help people on their journey as they do their own work with Peak, as they connect with like-minded students to assist each other. And that’s why the YouTube videos were given. That’s why the YouTube channel has been given to allow people to create more of a change within themselves to understand themselves more, to understand healing more, to understand their spiritual path even more. That’s why, that’s why that’s there. And then number five, I mean there are lots of others, but I just thought I did the top five or I thought I’d do the top five was that I used the messages from Source and the music tracks. So early on in the piece I was directed by source to take some of the guided messages and to record them.
And I was instructed to create music tracks. And the music tracks that I’ve created took me hours upon hours upon hours. And even when I wanted to create a certain sound and put it into the track, I was told no, that’s not it. I was guided literally by source to create these tracks. And then I also created Sounds tracks where I just literally used my voice and layered the voice on top of each other to create these sound scapes. And they were given for my healing journey to accelerate my spiritual growth whilst I was doing the work in the layers and on my body and my reality. And then I was told, you must share this work. So the music and the written well spoken messages from source and the the vocal tracks that I’ve created have all been created to accelerate our spiritual journey and our healing.
And within those tracks there is the bandwidth as well from Source. And I use them every day. I haven’t stopped using them because it’s something that source has given to me for my ongoing spiritual path. And it’s created such a change within me and it deepens the state of presence that I live in. And there are more tracks that I now need to create because I’ve been pushed into creating more because it’s the next step. And there are quite a few of them on YouTube as well. That’s why they were uploaded to YouTube so that people could use those for their journey as well as an assistant for them to create dynamic change within their life and to also help their spiritual growth. But the one thing that Source keeps telling me, and I always impart that on my students, is that they have to do the work for themselves. If they wanna go on this pathway, if their goal, and we shouldn’t be reaching for the goal, it’s about the journey to be able to accelerate your pathway as far as you can go in this lifetime. Then the tools of peak healing have been given for that.
And they are new tools. It doesn’t mean that anything that was already given previously is any less than, but these are new tools for these times. And if you can learn the tools for yourself, apply them in everyday life so that they become a way of life, your life will change, your path will change, your reality will change. And why wonderful thing that we have now is that we have this community that has grown where you have like-minded people that are able to assist you. So, so many people go on their spiritual path and they have a spiritual awakening or kle awakening and they have these massive high and lows like I did, I didn’t have anyone on this journey, but what I was shown is that the highs and lows of the spiritual journey are actually the life moments that are coming up in the layers of self.
And so if you can do the work for yourself or you can get someone else to assist you whilst you are also doing for self, it becomes a far calmer journey and you have less peaks and troughs as you go through and on this path. And it’s taken me a long time to understand this and that everything that source has given to us or to me on this journey I can share with you. But again, the biggest thing is to do for self and to have the tools for self. So those were the five things. I stopped my meditation practice, I cut back on my yoga and [inaudible] if you don’t have an issue with, you know, energy going completely crazy through your body, then just keep doing what you’re doing. If you enjoy your meditation practice, just keep doing what you’re doing. All I’m letting you know is what I did for me.
That really accelerated my path. I started implementing the tools and the teachings that source showed me. I used my YouTube healing videos and any of the videos even, you know, watching the video that was uploaded whenever it was yesterday I think, which was from the night with a nandi and seeing the bandwidth that flowed from that video, I’m like, wow. It was just wow. And so the Night with a Nandi is such a huge opportunity to also for, for people to expand and push their pathway and to grow and to understand that that moment or that place of stillness is available to them. And that’s really what I’m trying to show people when I sit with them in that space to go. You can go so much deeper than you could have ever imagined. There is a place so much deeper than the inner piece that you think potentially is inner piece.
And it’s just wonderful. So I’ve used my YouTube healing videos and I also use once the healing videos that I’ve done for Healing Nights online Healing night videos. Mm, yummy, yummy, yummy. That’s all I can say. And then I used my messages from source and music tracks that I’ve also created and there was lots of other things. You know, there was my diet and other stuff that I did, which I’d like to talk about as well at some point, cuz I think that’s really important for people who are on their journey as well and who are really accelerating their path, but have the need and the will want the knowledge, I guess, to be able to help their physical vessel as it creates a lot of change as well. So I hope you got something out of this episode and if you can relate to it, because it is a wonderful journey. It is a journey of self-discovery and it’s a journey of such wonderful growth and it’s really beautiful to be able to reflect on how far you’ve come and honor self and honor who you are and know that you are this most beautiful and worthy person that has been placed on this planet for a reason.
And that is, that is truly, truly wonderful. I really wanna start delving really deeply into the questions that people have so I can help you on your path. But if you want to explore the teachings that I’ve been given, then please reach out and have a talk to us. Where are you on your path? Where would you like to be? And is what I do a good fit for you? For some it may not be and for others it is. So I hope you have a wonderful day. Make sure that you look after yourself, make sure that you have a self-care routine and take time for you. And thank you for being here and we will talk very, very soon. Many blessings.



Spiritual Growth and anger

 In this new video, Anandi talks about anger and how we react at any given moment. Does your anger and annoyance cause a disconnect within yourself? Are you able to be gentle with yourself to help your spiritual growth? When was the last time you became present and gentle with yourself and your very being that is the creation of Source? Your body. Your spiritual growth needs to come from a place of gentleness for you to heal and thrive.

Transcript of the Video

How often do you get angry in a day

How often do you get annoyed by the slightest thing

What is it within self that causes you to react

Is it truly the other person that didn’t fold the washing properly. Is it the other person that took too long to go out to the car?

What is it within us that we have such disdain at times for the people around us that we supposedly love. And yet when you are by yourself and it’s in the moments that you feel the quiet within you and you allow a gentleness to come to the fore

That is the moment that you start being you

It is how we touch the moment, it is how we breathe into the next moment, it is how we step into the next moment that counts

And it must be a place of gentleness because, in gentleness it speaks from the inner self

It doesn’t mean that you can’t be fair but firm

But you can have a gentle firmness

When was the last time you were gentle on self

When was the last time that you gently touched your body

When was the last time you became aware that you have a body that is a miracle

Or are you just constantly striving and lost in the next moment

When was the last time that you recognized that your hands is the most amazing things that have ever been designed

They move they feel they see

They bring to life the internal expression of self about what you create in this world

How do you touch life

Is it with Force or is it with gentleness

Do you touch life in a restrictive state maybe a couple of fingers. Or do you touch life instead with your whole hand

Touching life with your whole hand is an expression of self

I can touch a life with a gentleness knowing that at some point if I put my hand out I may get hurt

But I still do

I still touch with the gentleness because I understand the depth of who I am comes out in everything that I touch in everything that I see potentially everything that I feel

There’s a reason that we use different parts of our hand for different things and even the movement of the hand, movement of the hand can instill fear, or it can be a caress

How do you touch life

When was the last time that you actually touched this body of miracles and expressed your gratitude

This thing that carries you everywhere

This beautiful creation that was given to you as a gift in this lifetime

It carries you

Yet so many of us don’t want to because we think we have another day. I’ll do it when

I remember when I was working with the lady and she had damaged her hand. It was her left hand and she came to see me

I was just talking with her and she explained to me what had happened to her but she always sat with the one hand over the other

And we were talking for a while

And I said you do realize that you don’t like your hand right

She said what are you talking about

I said you’re hiding your hand from the world

You don’t want that hand to be a part of you because it is failing you in a sense

Every time that you hide your hand, every time that you cover it

You are telling yourself that you are not good enough. You’re telling part of Yourself part of the beauty of who you are that it’s not wanted.

She didn’t want people to see that she had an issue with her hand

And so part of her homework

I said you need to give your hand a pamper day

Don’t worry about your right hand you’re going to give your left hand a pamper day

So you’re going to do the nails, you’re going to do whatever you’re going to do whatever you need to do. Don’t worry about the right one just do the left one

And I remember this lady, she had issues holding thing,s she had numbness she had discoloration on her hand

And the next time that I saw her was probably about two or three weeks later

And her hand was probably like 80 percent improvement

And then she said to me I realized at some point I had to do the same thing for my other hand

It was as soon as she started to give thanks to the hand and literally, in a sense integrating it back into the whole is when her body started to heal

As soon as you push away part of who you are

As soon as you speak to yourself words that will only hurt

You will damage itselfAnd so many people say oh but we’re not the body we’re beyond that. Unfortunately this is the body that is allowing you to have this experience in this life

And so it’s important to go on this journey in life with a body that you respect and honor.

When was the last time you felt what your body feels like and with that comes a knowing and understanding of who you are

What is blocking You?

What is blocking You?

Imagine yourself looking into that area of bright white. That space is the place that I call Core. It is not heart space , it is deeper. It is the place where we should reside all the time. It is the space of profound inner peace and pure consciousness.

Now imagine those colourful balls are energetic low vibrating clusters that stop you from being in that bright white state. They block the path.

Those balls are your life experiences which can be positive or negative. We want to deal with the low-vibrating negative ones that dominate our lives.

In Peiec Healing whether you work through the modules or join my Pathway to Peace program we teach you the tools to dissipate and release those colourful balls so that there is a clear pathway home.

We are completely calm when those balls have been dissipated and released within our energetic layered system. Any colourful balls that are there daily will cause unrest in the body and mind. Release them, and the restlessness, pain, anxiety etc disappears and healing becomes more effortless.

Release more of them and you will experience more extended periods of lasting inner peace and more profound healing of the body and mind.

Release enough of them and you step into profound, lasting deep inner peace.