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“Establishing Your Practice” teaches you how to work with the action steps in your practice so you can make important decisions that create a sustainable experience.

This is an introductory course only, and it is the pre-requisite for the Establishing Your Practice Series. Within this course, you will learn important and detailed information about habits, energetics, and embodiment. The puzzle pieces offered in this course are the building blocks for the rest of your practice.

Course Curriculum

What Does It Take to Create Your Practice?
Understanding Your Practice 00:00:00
Routine, Time of Day, and Fluidity 00:00:00
Habitual Behavior 00:00:00
Action Steps for Week One
Action Steps 00:00:00
Activity 00:00:00
Focus 00:00:00
Time 00:00:00
Space 00:00:00
Kindness 00:00:00
What’s Next 00:00:00

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  1. EYP Review


    The piece of information that I found most impactful was the distinction between the brain and the mind. Never heard that before. The brain controls emotions? In my experience nothing controls emotions.
    Way back when I was introduced to the idea that emotions are like weather instruments. Emotions don’t think, they just report what’s happening i.e. “it’s 74 degrees and the wind is from the south”. It’s the brains’s job to decide what to do with the information. Feeling guilty about a feeling is inaccurate, it’s like feeling guilty it’s 74 degrees. However, having remorse about the actions you choose to take given the emotion is another matter. You do have control over you actions.
    So this is a new perspective for me. Looking forward to the experience of checking for resonance.
    Calm and quiet I totally get. Also habits. One thing I’m noticing is patterns and developing an awareness of patterns. I’m very interested in noticing and breaking patterns. One of the things I find works is when I notice I’m about to behave as I habitually would, if I want to break the pattern, it doesn’t matter what I do as long as it’s not what I would habitually do. Do anything else, don’t have to try and replace the habit, just break this one first.
    I’m happy to be taking this on. Seems like I’ve naturally gravitated in this direction and this course can help me to be more focused and effective while not disciplining myself into a resistant frame of mind. For me, wanting to is primary.
    Once again, I’m impressed with the quality of the presentation of this material. Good Job!

    • Thank you, Peter, for your wonderful words. We appreciate the feedback.

      I think we are still saying the same thing when it comes to emotions. Let me expound: The brain is the machine, yes; it takes in the information, does not have judgment, only processing… THEN we add the beliefs—the logic—we use to process the data. This processing is evident in children in the before and after in which they learn to experience anticipation or thoughts regarding the needs of others. When very young and inexperienced they have no belief; they have no reference. Later they do, and they then calculate their reactions.

      In my understanding, the health of emotions was created by Earth and her experience of water moving over her surface. The already existing vibration of love—pure light—reached a coverstion through friction, heat, cold, and more into JOY! This “emotion” was very unexpected and created a different relation for Earth to her inhabitants, making Earth a unique planetary experience.

      Here is where we may differ: As we have grown and changed, we have skewed the clean vibration of light/love to the absences of light. Further, we have taken joy and obliterated its application of love creating instead desire to have more joy, always seeking the experience of pure light/love.

      Every experience of “emotion” is the alteration of light. Ture fear is the complete absence of light—dark. Every other emotion is along this line between light and dark. When you apply friction to the free flow of energy in the body, you then reduce light, creating in varying degrees things we label as emotions. These are the barometers needed to read our physical health; this is part of the soul’s language. From here you can conclude that the soul has a substantial impact on emotions.

      The acting out of these emotions to others is what we see in our physical world. We are trying to communicate through the brain from a place of skewed balance—a place without fuel, lack of light/love—the experience we are having so that others can offer support; this is the original design.

      I am summarizing a lot of historical information I have from channeling into casual words. I hope this helps. Happy to add more if it is still unclear.


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