YOFA jhe Session email: Slowing Down Time

how to slow down time - YOFA jhe SessionsOne of the most mysterious effects of inner alignment is how it alters (or corrects!) our perception of time.  The alignment of the Y-axis slows down time and in the April 10th YOFA jhe Session email update, I touched on this amazing component of the inner alignment process.  Here is an email I received on this subject:


Dear Rebbie,
This session was particularly significant for me.  My precious Son Christopher came down to visit me from New Jersey, he brought with him his Son Chance whom I haven't seen for a long while.  They came on this past Tuesday (Chris's Birthday) early evening, and stayed until Thursday late afternoon. We did so many things and went so many enjoyable places.  There was an instant bond between my grandson and I that I don't remember a time when he wasn't in my life.  I felt like they were here at least a week, when it was only a couple of days.  How we did all the things we did in such a short time baffled me.  The wonderful thing about it was that we didn't rush doing anything.  It was the most precious time for all of us.  My Son called me when they were almost home to let me know they were fine and the trip was a breeze, clear highways, catching every green light. He said that my grandson wants to come again, but this time to stay longer.  I feel really happy and content.  Thank you for your jhe sessions.  I appreciate you.
Bright Blessings,

 Find out how to have "more time" by practicing the inner alignment meditations in the book Rooted in the Infinite.

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Inner Peace: Juggling Daily Details

The focus of the February 2009 Law of Attraction group coaching call was "information overload" and I thought this video summed it up perfectly.  We feel we are juggling so many things and yet look how graceful it can be!


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I wonder if you’ve been feeling any of the craziness of information overload like I have been lately.  I can be calm one minute and then as soon as things get complicated where I thought they’d be simple, or there are just too many buttons to push to get to a live operator, or something just takes me to my limit, I kind of snap.  I hate to admit it but there are a couple of tech support people who I’ll be doing Ho’oponopono about for quite a while (I love you. I'm sorry…).

Anyway, that’s why I decided to make the February Results Workshop about finding your sweet focus and your balanced inner alignment in the face of the multitude of details that we face day after day.

I figured this would be of value to others and I knew this exploration would be helpful to me.

What I hadn’t anticipated was the intense shift that would happen in me after the workshop.

During the live call one of the very generous participants put his life on display and gave us an enormous gift.  Because the unfolding that came from his sharing, there was an opening of the door, at least in me, to a heightened awareness of the Divinity in everything.

The dish towel. 

The plastic spoon I use to scoop out the dog food. 

The chair. 

The garbage pail. 

I have heard it said, “There is no spot where God is not.”  Well, somehow that experience was awakened in me about a day after the workshop.  Funny how these things happen in ways that I certainly cannot explain.

And if you know me, you know I really love explaining things.  But sometimes I know to just leave it alone.

I hope you enjoy the video that I’ve placed here on this post.  I thought it was the most perfect display of turning information overload into a graceful work of art.

You can still get the 3 audio segments of the workshop plus the mp3 of the call that went on for over 2 hours.


With Love and Appreciation,

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