Monday, June 11, 2012


* "Picture yourself and others in perfect health and wholeness as if healing is already done,"  Debra Basham

A couple of years ago, Debra and I were climbing up the sand dunes after an early morning walk and Tai Chi practice facing the deep blue lake.  We  talked about our ideas for then unpublished writings and the paths we all walk, some welcome, some a challenge, and some "what now?"

"Your book is already completed in the etheric sense," Debra spoke.  "We just have to download our images and words into physical forms.  The written work and playful journey is a part of the total healing process."

As we create in many ways and share, we help heal ourselves and others. 

"Process is the journey," my son, Rob, added.  "The invisible and the visible journey are one."

** My mind bounced to Brian Green, a theoretical  physicist, as he conducted a symphony orchestra in an imaginary dimension.  He has so many interests, why not picture "all" you want to accomplish, all at once.  In String Theory Physics, we may exists on various planes of living at the same "time" and space.  Why Not? 

"All is possible with the mind," Paul Lam, M.D

Feeling gratitude, I reflected about Tai Chi and Qigong practices and how these help to open deep memory and ignite visionary centers in the brain while enjoying physical meditation and medication combined.

Intuitive Reading
"Reading with our whole person, is another form of intuitive growth." Debra continued, "Pick up a book that calls you, open it at random and read exactly what you need for yourself and others instantly!  No time to read a book?  Lie down and rest, place the open book across your heart center and absorb the cosmic energy of words and pictures."

Recently, playing "word roulette," I opened the following book at random and read exactly what two other friends and I needed "at that moment!" 

"In wellness, may all beings be at peace," Cosmic Healing by Barbara Brodsky.

Related Posts: 
Tonal Vision (The power of music and frequencies in our lives, Jan 2011), Catching Up (April 2011), Phantoms (May 2011), Carry Water Chop Wood (June 2011), By An Unfaltering Trust and Running Wild in the Universe (July 2011), and The Great Harvest (Oct 2011)

*  Debra Basham and Joel P. Bowman, use guided imagery for healing and wholeness.  Yellow Brick Road, Your Path to Heart and Health

** Brian Green, theoretical physicist, books, Fabric of the Cosmos and The Elegant Universe. programs on TV and online

Brian Cox, particle physicist, The Quantum Universe, Wonders of the Solar System, and Wonders of the Universe.  The Science Channel, programs  "Everything that can happen, does happen."

***  Barbara Brodsky, Cosmic Healing, A Spiritual Path with Aaron and John of God.

****  The Complete I Ching, The Definitive Translation by Taoist Master Alfred Huang, detailed explanations of ancient mysteries.  Books for awakening our spiritual paths

T'ai Chi Ch'uan and I Ching, A Choreography of Body and Mind book by Da Liu   Roger Jahnke, O.M.D.  The Healing Promise of Qi, Creating Extraordinary Wellness Through Qigong and Tai Chi.  Time reversal and more. 
"Founded in the spirit of the new millennium in 2000"  Gregg Braden, scientist, author, mystic.  Technology of Emotion, Cancer Cure 3 minutes in a Beijing no medicine ("I like that") hospital using Chinese Qigong Energy Healing Techniques free of surgery and anesthesia.  global perspectives on world events and cultures through independent documentaries, international film, world music, and more. with Paul Lam, M.D., New program: Tai Chi for Energy, free newsletter, articles, research.  Request free PDF E book, Silver Butterfly Create A Vision, Awaken Your Creative Spirit.  A Tai Chi journey with a mystic twist

Photos:  Sketch based on I Ching: Ji Ji Already Fulfilled, a blend of Kan (Water-Yin) and Li (Fire- Yang), quiet darkness and active brightness interact in harmony and change.  Remembering that "Already Done" means new goals and challenges appear for growth and continuous learning. 

Book Friend, The Opening Lotus with bookmarks and written notes attached, contributed photo by Debra Basham