Archive | August 2015

Anonymous – Follow Your Heart on YouTube

Gorgeous & #inspirational msg from #Anonymous | Don’t waste your life doing stuff you don’t like so you can have more money to do stuff you don’t really like! | Many of my students learn energy work as part of their own personal spiritual journey…but later go on to share that with others by providing healing treatments (maybe to family or friends – but sometimes in a professional capacity) and although for many it is only an aspect of their development – sometimes the development, I feel really lucky to be working with people who are looking for an ‘alternative’ or already pursuing that alternative.

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(ALM) Maya

Best Transformation Vlog | Veganism & Cancer

Love this ♡ Joe @BestTransformation​ re #cancer and #veganism. I would have to agree with his summary…meat def has been shown to increase the risk of a range of cancers. Dairy cows (until recently…I think this has been stopped) were dosed with a drug that increased #lactation and was #carcinogenic. In a sick twist, the increased risk of #breastcancer wasn’t a problem to the people who made that drug for the cows because they also made the drugs for human breast cancers!

I personally don’t consider myself #vegan. Though I am allergic to dairy (weirdly it causes a rash rather than any gastrointestinal problems so I didn’t realise what it was for a loooong time), so I avoid it. I never really liked meat. So I avoid that…I could go months or years without eating it and not notice!  So my diet is ‘primarily’ vegan. #plantbasedvegan in fact! And if the fact I don’t actually buy meat because I don’t like it and prefer other foods isn’t enough, I have a moral issue with the #crueltytoanimals that have been raised as food. I object to the language too – that they can “grow a chicken in 28 days” and stuff.

Modern farming highlights the true cost of the current rampant social #narcissism and #consumerism. IMO anyway.

We have charities against cruelty to pets…but people have a difficulty seeing the meat they eat as once being a living or sentient lifeform.

Too many “food products” and not enough real food and within decades we treat animals as commodities.  I don’t think that’s a good thing.

In my course manuals I mention a #karmically sound diet…this may mean different things to different people. But if you have a conscience and you learn the facts about how animals for consumption are treated and you consider it immoral and unnecessary,  then on some level, whenever you eat meat your conscience will ask you…where did it live? How did it live? How did it die? Did the money you paid for it support a karmically sound practice or fund some kind of animal abuse?

I may sound like I am preaching a bit. I’m really not. I am not millitant about what I think others should do or think…I only would say, ignorance isn’t bliss…it’s just ignorance! I do think it’s important people question what their money is supporting because money can be considered a symbol of one’s energy.

If people bought my courses (for example) and I was using that money to support a meth habit (extreme example!) rather than to pay my bills and maintain my health and studies so that I am always doing the best job possible (while making my decisions about lifestyle in as ‘karmically sound’ way as I can).

But for those who don’t consider lifestyle a moral issue at all…the question of health is relevant to everyone.

Xx Maya

Watch “Not Broken – Toradora AMV (Connecticon 2013 Finalist)” on YouTube

Loving #Toradora AMVs!

Just Give Me A Reason (#Pink)

Just give me a reason
Just a little bit’s enough
Just a second we’re not broken just bent
And we can learn to love again
It’s in the stars
It’s been written in the scars on our hearts
We’re not broken just bent
And we can learn to love again

#anime #otaku #manga #amv #pink #songoftheday #lyricsoftheday #kawaii #taiga #japan

The Spiritual Side of Addiction

Interesting #channelingerik interview about the energetic and potentially karmic aspects of #addiction. I have always personally considered reframing your perspective of your addiction to be important – no one becomes an addict if they didn’t start by getting something from it at first. Whether it was grounding, social acceptance or freedom from some sort of pain. That doesn’t mean it was necessarily a good idea at any point though. Regardless of whether the problem originated on an energetic level before incarnation of developed during this one, as soon as your behaviour adapts to accommodate the addiction, it’s taken the driving seat and in reframing, I would advise any addict to consider the ‘cost’ to them. Their health, finances, self esteem and freedom.

There’s no such thing as a free lunch – but often people forget the costs and sacrifices they are making. If compromise has become part of your life your freedom is being erroded somehow and the best choices you can make are those that don’t involve compromise!

In every moment, consider your true goal. Your destination is your destiny. But if you are committed to it, keep your eyes on the road ahead and make the decisions that bring you closer. Avoid those that will hinder you. Be around people that support your goals. Avoid those that don’t.

It sounds simple but it isn’t always easy to know the right thing to do. Sometimes life can become difficult and we lose perspective entirely. But I am a big advocate of talking therapy in such situations. Counselling, psychotherapy etc. I particularly advocate #journalling as a means to retain perspective and increase self awareness.

Learning #Reiki or a system of #meditation such as the Avalonian Trilogy or #Kundalini Reiki are also great ways to empower yourself.

And metaphysical solutions such as ‘Karmic Reversal’ can also be a great help. More so when you support them with positive action and conscious alignment with your true destiny xxx

Always thought provoking. Xx

With blessings x Maya