I didn’t choose Angelic Healing (Reiki). It chose me.
You’ll often hear practitioners say a similar thing. Having been introduced to a particular modality at a pivotal time in their life. I was much the same.
Although I’d never heard of Angelic Reiki it popped up in my search as I looked for a Reiki level 1 course one summer.
It was never my intention to share it with others. In fact, I simply wanted to use it to feel more calmer, relaxed and grounded in my stressful job.
Little did I know that Angelic Reiki would take me on a journey of karmic soulmate + past life revealing + clearing, heart healing, self love, clearing money energy blocks, physical healing……. Healing myself before helping others.
The reason I share it now because I wholeheartedly believe in it.
WHAT I’VE LEARNED FROM MY ANGELIC REIKI PRACTICE With Angelic Reiki I’ve found that even if you don’t always feel the energy shifts within, during a session, the healing is still being done on a cellular and energetic level. Maybe releasing you from a connection in another space or time.
The Angels know where to go.
Your soul knows what you are ready to release. Facilitating this for your own growth, expansion, alignment and wellbeing.
What I’ve found to be key when it comes to healing is awareness by which you notice that is coming up for you after the session. Then there’s having this readiness to do the work because healing is work YOU do with the Angels.
I always say:
“Healing (with the Angels) doesn’t make all your shit just disappear. Sometimes there is work on your part to be done too.”
Often things will be bought to the surface. People reflecting an age old story or belief will surface. Not to drag you down the same road but to make you aware of your own BS.
The choice you make is to continue playing the game with the cards you know or play with new rules and new cards.
Be aware and take action if you want to heal, align and evolve.
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Adapted from my Instagram post ‘Healing with the Angels’.
I came to self and heart healing almost a decade ago. Like many, it was a time in my life where I felt as if my heart had broken into a million pieces. Not yet recognising that rock bottom would be the place where a new, better version of me and embodiment of love would be created.
Maybe as you read this now you are in the midst of your own heartbreak. Experiencing sadness, pain, loss, resentment or anger and feeling as if there is no hope for you where matters of the heart are concerned. Whereas I won’t tell you how to think and feel, I can share with you some insight into heart and self-healing. Doing so, with the intention to inspire you to take those tentative steps towards self and heart healing, as I did 10 years ago.
HEART RESEARCH + THE ANCIENTS
The mind is given much kudos for being a driving force in supporting you to manifest your intentions into your life. With little regard given to the heart. In fact, being heart centred or focusing upon your heart is considered wishy-washy or irrelevant.
However, recent research has shown that the heart is effectively like the second brain. Holding within it much wisdom alongside the memories and feelings of yesteryear. Due to its strong electromagnetic field (5,000 times stronger than the brain), whatever you feel within your heart can be felt by other people several feet away.
It is this very idea of the heart as such a powerful organ of the body that has been echoed throughout time, namely by the Ancient Egyptians.
During funeral ceremonies, the heart would be the only organ not removed because it was revered as being the throne of wisdom, where thoughts and emotions resided.
As for the brain. Well, that was the only organ that would be removed because it was considered to have no real significance.
So, what does this have to do with heart healing and feeling better after experiencing heartache or pain?
When you think about love where do you commonly feel the expansion of energy?
In your heart.
When you split with an ex or pine for an ex-lover, where do you feel the tight and contracted energy?
In your heart.
So much of what is felt emanates from the heart. This is great when you feel good, happy, joyful and all loved up.
I mean think about the meaning that life takes on, all the synchronicity you experience and your ability to bounce back when the heart is expanded.
This is in contrast to the lack of clarity and victim thinking of “Why me?” Which is often followed up with that feeling of being stuck and unlucky in love.
From this simple explanation alone it becomes apparent that the energy emanating from your heart (based on your thoughts and emotions) has an impact on your energy field. Therefore an impact on what you invite into your energy and your life.
By clearing your heart of the energy of fear, lack, pain, anger, scarcity….. you release yourself from the burden of the past. In doing so, healing your heart and increasing the probability of aligning with your true soul-inspired intentions.
It is common that when heart healing is activated the connection between the Divinity and wisdom that lies within is amplified. A concept that has long since been echoed by mystics and spiritual teachers from different world religions. Each one believing that the soul, the Divine or the Buddha-like self resides within the chambers of the heart.
From my own personal practice of self and heart healing, I’ve noticed this to be true. Whilst also finding that my alignment increases when engaging my heart. In fact, on one occasion, I recall overriding the doubt of the mind by engaging from the heart and manifested a miracle healing in less than 24 hours.
A HEART HEALING MEDITATION
This meditation has it’s origins in Tantra and is a powerful way to release heavy feelings from your heart.
A simple meditation that engages both the mind and the heart. It has been known to move people to tears (myself included) as the energies leave the body. Whilst you focus on replacing this heavy energy with unconditional love.
I’ve seen and personally experienced profound shifts from Angelic Reiki sessions. Especially as clients start to release that energy that has left them feeling heavy from within.
My own personal experience evoked memories from the past (and past lives), something that isn’t uncommon. However, rather than getting caught up and lost in the story of that memory, I found it brought understanding that had been missing. Thus, closure on a repetitive relationship and cycle, simply by observing, releasing and replacing with unconditional love.
Vibrating at the frequency of unconditional love working with Rose Quartz will reveal, one by one, anything within or without which is not in alignment with its vibration. Therefore, making it an excellent crystal to work with when you know within that you are ready to dissolve your barriers to love.
Thankfully, the energy of Rose Quartz is gentle and soothing. So, although what is revealed might be a hard pill to swallow the soothing energy of Rose Quartz can support and guide you to refuel yourself with unconditional love.
Chanel Marie is an intuitive guide and certified Angelic Master + Crystal Therapist guiding you back to you using modern mystical tools and practices. You can connect with Chanel for daily spiritual inspiration via her Facebook and Instagram. For further details on her treatments and services, please click here.
This week will be Crystals week on the website. Where I’ll be sharing tips, info and inspo related to crystals based upon my knowledge as a crystal healer and reader, as well as experience as a modern woman using them in my everyday life.
Meditation is one practice that I’ve always had an on, off love affair with. Sometimes I’ll be on it, meditating in the am and the pm. Then, at other times, I’ll find myself slacking.
I used to get annoyed with myself for not wanting to meditate. Going into this space of, almost forcing myself to meditate. After all, meditation is what us spiritual types are meant to do, right?
These days I do find myself meditating every day and that’s because I want to. That’s because I’ve have created a ‘no pressure’ practice that fits in with my lifestyle. As a result of this, I’ve found that I actually enjoy it.
I’ve also made a few discoveries along the way that hopefully will inspire you to start and create your own meditation practice that works for you.
DISCOVERY #1: LET GO OF YOUR PRECONCEPTIONS
People tend to shy away from meditation because they think that they “can’t” do it or they have tried it and found it hard to shut off the ‘monkey mind’. I was exactly the same and still have does when I am a bit restless. However, I know that I can meditate for 50 minutes straight because I have done so in the past and I am sure that you could too. All you need to do is move beyond the lies that you tell yourself so that you can show up and create a practice that works for you.
While you are at it: Drop the meditation rules.
There are no rigid rules. It’s about creating a practice that works for you and that you benefit from.
DISCOVERY #2: DITCH THE MIND CHATTER
I often find, especially when I am feeling stressed that it helps to ditch the mind clutter. This mind clutter usually consists of the ‘monkey mind’ thoughts that get in the way of your meditation, so why not ditch them early?
One way to do this is by grabbing a blank piece of paper and a pen, then just writing out your thoughts and feelings. Don’t hold back just empty your mind onto the paper. Even if that simply includes: I need to buy new shoes for my date on Friday night. Write it out and create space within.
DISCOVERY #3: PURPOSE + FEELING
There are now so many different types of meditations out there that it is easy to become overwhelmed by all of the choices. Therefore, I suggest that you ascertain how you want to feel and why you want to meditate.
It could be that you want to balance your chakras, relax, practice forgiveness, connect to the spirit or ease yourself into a restful night’s sleep. You might want to feel more focused or raise your vibration. When you know your purpose and how you want to feel you can use this to guide you to the meditation that is right for you at that time. This is especially useful when using Apps such as the Insight Timer where meditations are split into categories.
DISCOVERY #4: MEDITATE ON THE GO
You do not have to be glued to your meditation cushion in order to meditate. Simply being outside in nature, going out for the walk or putting your earphones in and listening to a meditation track on the bus can be enough. God knows that I have done all three in my time.
Personally, I find that just by taking those 5 or 10 minutes to myself on the bus, train or tube helps to chill me out, relax, reconnect and ground, if only just for a while. That short while can really make a difference to how you feel on the inside and how you show up on the outside. Whilst also bringing a sense of perspective and balance that you may have missed had you not given yourself permission to experience a moment or two of stillness.
In fact, some people suggest that the act of walking, especially in nature, can be a form of meditation in motion.
It’s for this reason that I have one or two meditation apps downloaded and a few more saved in the music player on my mobile.
DISCOVERY #5: DON’T LET IT GET BORING
When meditation felt like a chore or routine that’s when I’d skip my practice. So, I’m happy to mix things up and do what works for me. As long as I arrive at my desired experience or feeling outcome that’s the most important thing.
Mixing it up may look different for each person. It could be that you do a 10-minute meditation rather than 50 minutes. Maybe you meditate to your favourite songs, like I have been known to. Perhaps you do a 30-day chakra meditation to balance your chakras and restore balance from within.
One way around this is to commit to 5 days of meditating each morning, afternoon, evening, day or whatever works for you. At the end of the week reflect on what worked and what didn’t. Make adjustments and tweaks here there, whilst keeping what worked before committing to another 5 or 10 days of meditation. Over time, you’ll build up a meditation practice that works for you at that phase in your life. I say “at that phase in your life” because things change. Life changes. You change. So, you have to adapt to these changes and that may also involve making changes to your meditation practice.
ARE YOU READY TO MEDITATE?
Even if you begin with just 2 minutes of meditation then start there and build up over time because this is how you cultivate a practice that works for you.