Thursday, January 21, 2010

Having Your Home Cleared is an Essential Health Awareness Exercise

Unconsciously we sit in the same chair each evening, possibly bicker around the same table and feel thoroughly unrevived when we wake up in the morning in our bedrooms - even when we’ve given ourselves plenty of hours to sleep. We need to learn to look around and acknowledge our environments; the moods of our children and animals, the stress levels, the creativity. But not only the obvious living beings. Every bit of furniture, the fruit in the bowl and clothes in the drawer transmit information, let alone the building itself.
Geopathic Stress
Every building carries earth stress and transmits many electrical circuits and charge. Earth stress is the release of turbulence from pressure lines in the earth. It is natural and happens everywhere and anywhere, old and even new buildings, from rural areas to built up towns. This release of energy contains heavy metals and other elements, detrimental to the body.
Underground water
Underground streams are often a cause of disturbance. We are constantly exposed and the body struggles to balance, often the result is illness, mental or physical.
Electromagnetic Charge
There are different forms of energy all around that form a barrage on the system. Anything built to today’s standards conducts an extraordinary amount of electro magnetic and microwave energy. This is physically, via wiring and the metal mesh used in foundations. Also, less obviously, our use of wireless communications shows the level of invisible electrical waves being sent and received. Even the use of our commonplace appliances is enough to put the body off an even keel.
Haunting Memories
In addition to earth energies, people and events leave stresses in a building. This can mean visitors and clients to a business, or past inhabitants or memories of conflict in the home. Sometimes this means unconsciously identifying with a problem that a client has left behind. All these factors result in various symptoms - recurring illness, neglect, poor finances. Restoring the balance can be done with space clearing. This involves dowsing to find the areas of turbulence and also fully clearing the adverse effects and the source.
Space Clearing
This system is founded on recognition, acknowledgement and release. Unlike a fear-based approach where a diviner or psychic might come and tell you what to be wary of and what to do, I integrate the energy of the house or business with the people there. No construction or additional purchases need to be made to keep this balance. It turns out that it is no coincidence where we end up living; we chose places unconsciously in order to meet and come to terms with new aspects of ourselves. We are more than capable of resolving even the most disturbed or dilapidated place. Sometimes I work at places in crisis or conflict but the best time to clear your house is to welcome in change: When you are feeling slightly confident and willing to expand your own awareness and power. This is because fearlessness is frame of heart we must get ourselves in. When we are afraid we are in reaction, when we are in clearing mode we are in response.

Space clearing is usually done in a number of sessions. The first one is a half day where major blocks are released or re-routed. The follow up of 2 hours, ensures the correct flow of energy is strongly established. Each session monitors personal shifts due to the new energy flow. I also teach the space clearing here, to go exploring with later as people wish. When I learnt, I went to the Rock of Cashel, Jerpoint Abbey, Newgrange and many churchyards to acknowledge and accustom myself to as many frequencies as possible; ancient places where there had been much strife, spirit, life, death, love and work. I listened to composers and philosophers to absorb the information they bring too. There is no end to the universe even in one’s own front room when we start to look and listen!
Clearing, Drumming Meditation and Lunch this Saturday 23rd January at Noon. Twenty euro

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Metis (Greek) - a definition.
Navigating, sure-footed, in this energetic whirl of a world where everything exists and everything is possible.

In the days of ancient Greece, there was a group called the Phoenicians. Most Greeks feared the unknown and dangerous waters beyond their immediate coasts, apart from established trade channels. This group though were fearless adventurers. They would sail without knowing their destination and document what they came across. One such entry in a captain’s log book ran something like ‘today we reached a place where the sea became solid’ They had quite literally sailed to one of the poles and met the ice cap! They were extraordinary navigators without ever knowing where they were going. Reading about them inspired me. I realized again that our choice is not between drifting directionless or striding forth with false hopes. We can learn this metis, this form of navigation and take the helm of our lives.

When things get problematic, the need crops up to look at our lives. At first we are shocked by our apparent vulnerability. We daren’t look inward or outward. Inward we think we will find something too painful to tolerate, a traumatic loss perhaps or a flaw too deep. We fear that if we look outward and expand our understanding and sight to see many dimensions beyond the immediate optical illusion, we will sooner or later meet something too big, something that’ll kill us stone dead or slowly incapacitate us - maybe a poltergeist or a cancer from some unnoticed granite bed rock respectively. Is it wise to go on? We question ourselves. We are triggered into fear time and again, inadvertently embedding a routine selection of crises and inevitability, everywhere we go. I’m referring to life’s problems or dulled feelings or creeping dread. At first we skirt around in valiant avoidance. But that’s not the way forward because only what we fear is dangerous to us.

So its not about having a healthy fear of the supernatural, a disdain of religion, a vigilant handle on right and wrong or the truth. Unexpectedly, its more like being an intrepid explorer keeping a log book on board of observations - we ourselves are the vessel and everything we experience or notice, we must accept on trust. Whatever shows up! Even if its unlikely or unexpectedly brilliant or completely scary, we must keep looking but be skillful and be determined to trust what we come to know. We are coming to know ourselves. The tools for this sort of navigation are stillness and clearing, we know what to do.

In addition to courses and events mentioned before, there will be two more workshops on this topic
Fearless Living - Kerry, Easter time (3 days)
- Barcelona , Early Summer (3 Days)
Please let me know if you’re interested and I’ll finalize details. The workshops will be with Freya Lawton of Stillflow and I.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Two questions answered!

What is the reasoning behind offering environmental training alongside the energy work?

While we clear our energy, our intentions gain a focus. For some its music or study or enlightenment, I wonder what other good intentions are out there? For me, at the moment, its love of nature and animals and wanting to engage as many as I can in positive change!

There seems to be a lot of competent people around and out of work. I've been thinking that, rather than money, awareness and confidence are the missing ingredients to this being a really positive time. The training programme would bring a group together to work on mainly practical ancient skills - building shelters and keeping warm! - but with time put aside each day to develop team work, understanding and an awareness of personal response...ability! No doubt we will use the ancient skill of divining here.

I gather that there can't be an end to war, famine or pollution until we learn to take care of each other and animals! Crikey that sounds like a lot to take on but maybe we can do it if we stick together!

Some people have asked who is teaching what!
Tony Dunton is the shaman who does the drumming meditation.
I do the Clearing courses, the Community Leadership and the Conflict Resolution Certificates.
Colm Byrne from Future Proof Kilkenny teaches the Renewable Energy.
Gary Dalton of Eco Works teaches the Green Building module.
Ivan Kelly of Irish Dressage teaches the Animal Care.
Guest lectures and training come from Alan Keiskin on Renewable Energy, Thomas Reidmuller from Kinsale Environmental College on all Certificates.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

2010 Dates - Drumming, Clearing Courses, Degree in Sustainability

at Harmony Hall for anyone interested in conscious community
Drumming Meditation will keep to
Saturday lunchtimes 12 noon to 3pm
January 23rd
February 20th
March 20th
April 24th
May 22nd
June 26th

Clearing Courses
will keep to Monday evenings weekly 7pm-9pm
Three Evenings €60 inc
January 11th, 18th, 25th
February 8th, 15th, 22nd
March 8th, 15th, 22nd
April 5th, 12th, 19th
May 3rd, 10th, 17th

Degree in Sustainability - From 1st February
Two and a half days a week including modules in
Green Building - Straw Bale, Cob, Hemp, Dry Stone Walling, Reciprocal Timber Roofing
Renewable Energy - Retro-fitting your home to zero point energy
Animal Care - Training and healing
Community Leadership
Conflict Resolution
Taught in partnership with Future Proof Kilkenny and Leader and the VEC