by Chris Krohn
Do you have unwanted patterns in your life? Those areas where you try your best to make the changes you want, but are unable to make these changes or sustain them?
What if everything you’ve been taught about how to create joy, love, health and prosperity in life was backwards? We are taught to make changes in our lives through willpower alone, yet willpower comes from the conscious mind, which is a very small part of what actually controls our reality.
To understand how we create our reality, and how we can change it, we must look at the true sources of the patterns in our lives.
Everything about our reality is perceived, based on what stories and beliefs we hold within us. Imagine that you are wearing magnets all over your body. Each magnet represents a belief you hold, conscious or subconscious, pleasant or unpleasant. These beliefs stem from our experiences in this lifetime, the karmic effects from traumas in previous lifetimes, and the lessons our soul incarnated to learn. Through all of the magnets we are wearing, we are projecting all of these beliefs and stories out into our world, and our world reflects these back to us through the experiences we have. We call this reality.
In order to change the reality we are experiencing, we simply need to clear the magnets (limiting beliefs and stories) that are creating our unwanted patterns.
This is the work of the shaman.
by Chris Krohn
“Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.”
~ Albert Einstein
All matter is made of energy, vibrating at different rates. Simply put, we project out what we hold inside through our energetic vibrations. The universe receives these vibrations and sends us experiences that match them. So, our world is a mirror of what we hold inside and project outward. In order to change our reality, we need to change what we hold inside.
The Four Aspects of Our Reality
When we experience pain or trauma, it leaves a heavy energetic imprint in our energy field. If it is not cleared, in time the imprint will begin to affect our mental reality, our thinking, then begin to affect our emotions and, finally, our physical state. When an energetic imprint is cleared, it will be cleared from the other 3 aspects over time. In some cases, the physical effect is so embedded that clearing the imprint will not clear it, but clearing the energetic imprint will still benefit our mental and emotional well-being.
by Chris Krohn
Is it true that we create our own reality? That our world is simply reflecting back to us the beliefs and perceptions we hold within us?
Imagine that you are wearing magnets all over your body. Each magnet represents a belief you hold, conscious or subconscious, as well as your karmic contracts, memories of trauma from this life and previous lives, and all your wonderful (and maybe not-so-wonderful) traits. Through these magnets, we project all of this out into the world and the world reflects this back to us. We call this reality. This reality is not carved in stone, rather it is the result of what we project out. If we want to change our reality, we simply have to remove the magnets that are attracting experiences we don’t desire.
When we project, we delegate power to an external source or person, making that source responsible for our success or failure, happiness or misery. Projection allows the person to avoid the responsibility for looking internally for the cause of the situation, and also prevents the person from feeling self-appreciation for successes and joy.
by Chris Krohn
Ahhh, the cooler weather has arrived and soon the leaves will turn into nature’s symphony of beautiful colors.
Just as summer is a time for expansion and growth, autumn is a time for clearing in order to make way for rebirth. It is a time to go within…to nurture ourselves and renew our desire to live life to our fullest potential…to create our dreams.
As nature clears herself in this season, so are we invited to clear the stories and beliefs that create unwanted patterns in our lives.
When we experience painful events or trauma, an “imprint” is formed in our energy field which, if not cleared, adversely affects our emotional, mental and physical well-being. We experience self-defeating thoughts and feelings, which continue to re-create painful experiences and limitations in our lives. The effects of these imprints move into the subconscious mind, making them unavailable for us to clear through willpower or traditional therapy. We develop our mental maps of life, our perceptions of ourselves and our world, from these limiting beliefs in our subconscious mind. These mental maps become our stories of “I am not good enough”, “I am not deserving of success”, “That illness runs in my family”, “Only certain people are destined for success”, “If I love, I will be betrayed”, and so on. In short, these beliefs run our lives. Our karmic history also contains painful events, which can create “soul contracts” that follow our soul through time, causing unwanted patterns.
by Chris Krohn
You are the owner of a growing company with a promising future. You decide to hire a Director of Operations to lead your company on its quest for increasing sales, developing new products and tapping into new markets.
Two candidates have applied.
You interview the first candidate, and you ask her probing questions about how she has handled various situations in her career. She seems to have a negative mentality, focusing on the downside, seeing and amplifying the risks in any situation. She is proud of the fact that she can always spot what is “wrong” with an idea, an employee, or a project that others are excited about. She assures you that she will keep your company safe from making mistakes.
You interview the second candidate, asking him the same questions. You find him to be a very “can-do” manager. He finds the opportunity in every situation, and believes that your company can and will achieve greatness. He sees obstacles as temporary setbacks, just problems to be solved on the way to success. His attitude toward employees is to bring out the best in them, to coach and encourage them. He assures you that he will lead your company to one success after another.
Which one would you hire?
by Chris Krohn
We would not dream of letting months and years pass without dusting, sweeping and vacuuming our homes, but did you know that heavy energies can accumulate in our living and working spaces? Just as physical dust and dirt is harmful to our physical health, these heavy energies can affect our mental and emotional well-being.
I call them energetic dustbunnies, and they are the result of the heavy emotions, negative thinking and drama of the occupants. Our human energy fields act as both transmitters and receivers, and our thoughts, feelings, words and actions project an energetic vibration which can be high (love, serenity, laughter, joy) or low (anger, sadness, fear). If the occupants of your home or work space sometimes feel stressed, or argue, these projected energies become trapped inside the rooms. They accumulate over time and are heaviest in the same spaces that physical dust accumulates – corners, nooks and crannies.
by Chris Krohn
Love it? Want more of it? Fear about not having it? Fear about losing what you have? Envy toward those who have more than you do?
There is, perhaps, nothing that we have more internal baggage about than money. It is almost impossible to grow up in our society and not have an internal conflict about the abundance that we want so much, yet our limiting beliefs prevent us from obtaining it! Countless sources all around us have told us that “it doesn’t grow on trees”, that it is “the root of all evil”, or that “you can’t buy happiness”. We grew up surrounded by characters on TV and in movies, like Ebenezer Scrooge, who were rich, yet corrupt. We formed beliefs that a person can’t have riches and integrity. After all, what message does “filthy rich” send? We were told of the “haves” and “have-nots”, that a certain person is “born with a silver spoon in his mouth”, that some people are destined for wealth while others are destined to struggle to make ends meet. The examples go on and on.
Think about your own beliefs about money. Think about how you perceive people who are wealthy. Think about your own perception of your job and your income. Is it that you must toil just to provide the basics? “Another day, another dollar”?