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The Shaman and the Soul

Posted on February 10, 2011 at 12:00 PM Comments comments (1)

 

 

Many of my clients have asked " What is it you actually do?"

 

This, in itself is a difficult thing to answer, as it emcompasses many disciplines. On a fundamental level the work that I do is Shamanic. I travel through the clients aura in search of missing peices.

 

We are all just energy. Our body is merely a vechile for us to move around the Earth Plane in. Our energy can seperate for many reasons, and in an Aura session I often find the best thing for the client is to reintregrate these lost soul fragments. Soul retrieval and soul essence fragments can be lost over many generations.

 

I use my higher energy helpers, and often the clients as well for full access to the soul. I practice Core Shamanism and many other aspects of that.

 

My expertise I feel is a natural ability to tap into all realms, so have often encountered Past Life Fragments. Spirit Attachments, Ancestral Bonds, Soul fragmentation and recapulation. The weirder  the energy, the more exciting it is to work with.

 

We are all lost fragments to some degree, and I feel so blessed to be gifted with the ability to help others find thier own.There are many forms of energy in this world. I think it is just knowing and allowing that to present itself.

 

 Below is a photo taken of me at the Mermaid Inn in Rye, in the most haunted room called the Elizabethan Chamber. This ball of energy was with me the entire night, and was captured in this picture and many other pictures taken that ni

 

The Daily Mirror was not interested in printing this picture...wonder why???

 

Kathy

Nietzsche's Eternal Recurrence

Posted on February 1, 2007 at 10:47 AM Comments comments (4)

In this work Thus spoke Zarathustra. Zarathustra finds himself on a path up a mountain, a path that ends at a gate marked "This Moment." Two paths come together at this gate, going opposite directions, and neither having an end. Zarathustra ponders this and discusses it with the dwarf who has been riding on his shoulders. Together, Zarathustra and the dwarf work on this problem of the two eternal paths, one of which runs backward, the other forward. And Zarathustra asks about the path running backwards, "Must not whatever can run its course of all things, have already run along that lane? Must not whatever can happen of all things have already happened, resulted, and gone by?" Zarathustra thinks that if everything has already run along this eternal path, then everything has already existed, including the gate at which they stand. It is there that the idea of eternal recurrence is presented.

So, is this allegorical tale, involving life's paths and the universe, really stating a very profound ideology?

If we think about the existence of black holes and the theory that if we could sustain the crushing weight and manage to emerge the other side of the black hole, through the Einstein -Rosen Bridge...would we come out in the past, in the future, or would it be in a parallel world?

To me it just validates my feelings that we have existed before and will continue to for eons to come, as we are energy and energy will go on regardless of what forms we might take!

Could we like Zarathustra stand at the moment of the two pathways, leaning against the gate we have lent on my times before? It's possible.

My thoughts on this are not to try to distill it into a format for believers or sceptics but to take a message from it.

We are all on a path of discovery, we all come to a crossroads that is our moment in time. Its how we deal with ourselves and others during our walk down the path we have trodden on so many times before is what really counts!!

"We love life, not because we are used to living but because we are used to loving

The words of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Posted on October 17, 2006 at 2:45 PM Comments comments (0)

?The soul comes from without into the human body, as into a temporary abode, and it goes out of it anew and passes into other habitations, for the soul is immortal.

"It is the secret of the world that all things subsist and do not die, but only retire a little from sight and afterwards return again. Nothing is dead; men feign themselves dead, and endure mock funerals and mournful obituaries...and there they stand looking out of the window, sound and well, in some strange new disguise." (RWE)

How lovely to view existence as an ongoing process, that at our physical death we can observe the mourning of our body whilst immersed in our new physicality.

If we could for one moment, hold this thought of reincarnation as truth, how would we change the life we are in now?

Would we treat people with more kindness and empathy? Perhaps we would cherish our loved ones more? Would we be responsible for our actions or even our words, knowing that we would be held accountable in our next incarnation?

I have often wondered this...would we be a better planet if this was the accepted philosophy?

I would like to ask you to think on this and for one day accept that reincarnation and karma are in fact a given. Would you be different to those you love?

Where I work I see an inordinate amount of people who seem weighted down by life. Their posture reveals burdens too heavy for them to carry. They are anxious, stressed and cut off from the world, but mostly I fear, cut off from themselves.

When does it get to the point where work becomes life...and life becomes work?

Are we so alienated, so scared to look at ourselves, that we forget who we are...forgetting who we used to be?

Life is a wonderful gift, in which we can achieve wonderful things...not about getting the latest car, stereo...but about connecting with each other and remembering that what we do and say today can have an immense effect on what happens to us tomorrow.

We are in danger of becoming polarized from spirit.......Tell someone today that you appreciate them and care for them.....it?s the biggest gift you can bestow on another human being.

Kathy

 

 

My own Spirit Release

Posted on September 26, 2006 at 6:01 PM Comments comments (2)

When I was 16 years of age I had a car crash in Headley just near Box Hill. It was a frightening experience and I ended up in Epsom District Hospital with cuts and bruises. The passenger in the back of the car was in a coma, and the driver was also injured, although only slightly.

Just as the car crashed I heard a voice in my right ear saying "just relax and let your body go limp" I followed this voice and was saved severe injury as I was relaxed at the time of impact.

Many years later when I was having a regression as part of my college practice I found out that an earthbound spirit had attached to me at the point I was in the hospital. It was a spirit of a teenage boy that had passed away that night. We found out that he didn't actually know he was dead, and had attached to me as I had a similar vibrational pattern, that of a teenager.

I carried this attachment for almost 20 years without realising it, and as he was released I felt relief that he could now be in peace. I didn't imagine in a million years that I would have an attachment and now find the Spirit Release part of my work the most rewarding. These souls just get lost and for what ever reason decide that they still want life regardless of what form it takes.

Spirit attachment is a common thing and I hope will be recognised more widely as time goes on.

Kathy Mingo


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