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  Rebekah is author of  Breakthrough  and  Rainbow Connection

Answered Prayer

Rebekah Clark Dunlap


For several years, the power of positive thinking has offered avenues for making spiritual progress. Many ministers, philosophers, psychologists, and psychiatrists teach that the power of the mind may be one of the great tools utilized by men and women to help overcome life's challenges. Frequent positive use of this mind-tool can help us become more skillful in many areas of daily living. However, with so much emphasis on positive thinking, some people may hold the erroneous idea that saying or hearing "no" can be a negative statement. The truth is that there may be times when "no" is the appropriate response.

This idea may also be applicable to our prayers, for our prayers can be answered by "yes," or "no," or by "alternatives."

When we become still and quiet and ask for guidance, we may receive a clear and unmistakable "yes" or "no" response to our prayer and no further consideration may seem necessary. When we have contributed whatever we can to a situation and placed it prayerfully in unlimited love and light, we can release the outcome to infinite divinity. whether the response is "yes" or "no," we can continue with our daily activities with the assurance that the manifestation of the desire of our heart may progress according to universal wisdom.

A most significant lesson for us to learn may be to realize that no matter how impossible a situation may seem, or regardless of how difficult the circumstances may appear, an opportunity for blessing and growth is present within the prayer experience. The blessing may arrive in a most unexpected manner, and the growth may point us in an entirely new and beneficial direction! Alternative answers to our prayers can offer evidence of divinity through astonishing and eye-opening opportunities.

Our spiritually-directed thoughts may be likened to a river moving within its banks. The banks keep the water moving in a certain direction. yet, within those banks the water is free to swirl spontaneously over and around obstacles. We incline our thoughts in a special direction, while leaving them flexible enough to be influenced and guided by the inner spirit. For our prayers to be maximally effective, do we ask not only for wisdom to understand the inner guidance, but also the strength to take action and accomplish the appropriate work?

Notes & Thoughts By W. G. Black Ph.D. - Founder of Gakati'yi

"Seek Not Outside Yourself"

One of my most growth stimulating ideas came to me through this statement which is found toward the end of A Course in Miracles:

"Seek not outside yourself, for it will fail,
and You will weep as a thousand idols fall."

As usual in working with the Course, it can be read and interpreted through the ego or the real self, or both, and different results unfold depending upon the approach one makes. The ego is very threatened by this statement as it has the potential for undoing its whole thought system, leading to a goal of the Course, "the relinquishment of the ego." Conversely, the paths to enlightenment, all the great ideas and literature about enlightenment, have some form of this basic statement in them. The answers are not "out there." They are "IN HERE."

Dr. Arthur Janov had a patient in Primal Therapy who said it as well as anyone I have ever heard. She entered therapy in Los Angeles at the Primal Institute, got really involved and was pleased with her quick and remarkable results. She reflected on how long and difficult her search had been. She said to him, "I went to Europe last year to look for myself, but I wasn't there." She was finding her Real Self nowhere else but right inside herself. The special quality was finding out what her real feelings were and discovering genuine healing for her traumas of the past. Two of the most well known stories in the world are "Acres of Diamonds" and the one about the man who went around the world looking for gold, returned home without success and found that he had a fabulous supply in his own back yard. One of the simplest old sayings has been, "If you are dissatisfied with your lot in life, build a service station on it."

As noted earlier, it is important to approach this teaching and the problem of "searching out there for what can be found only in here" with no judgments, "from out there or in here." Let "OK" mean unconditional love and acceptance for Self, Other and the Universe as it stands and is created. It is OK, then, that we have all explored this searching outside ourselves. Dr. Jean Houston said in Austin, Texas, one evening, "We learn the most from our worst mistakes." The lady who went to Europe illustrates this principle. She found out what a treasure she is and what a treasure she had right in her own energy field by looking where she could not be found and not finding it. Fruitless endeavors and searches which do not yield the designed or hoped for results help us to confront the "emptiness" described in the Buddhist disciplines toward enlightenment.

Alice Miller, M.D., famous now for her growth and work on herself and all the marvelous contributions she has made to confront the patriarchy and the traumas of child abuse, was in psychoanalysis for twenty years and still "could not find the true problem and really get well." The technique of art therapy allowed the secrets of her unconscious repressions of her having been abused, to "leak or trickle out into the open." Her therapist, Dr. Stettbacher, is now famous for his work with her which led to a complete healing and working through of her hurt. Alice Miller, M.D. is now regarded as one of the most awesome experts on the prevention and healing of child abuse on our planet. It is understandable that she is not popular with those who want to keep the patriarchy alive and well. Her healing had to be found deep within herself. She has now assisted countless persons in overcoming the "fear of looking within ourselves." She has inspired people to look within at all past abuses no matter how horrible or hurtful, and she has assured people that no past trauma has to limit or destroy current potential.

We often keep looking outside ourselves because of the fear of looking within. There is a basic negative and/or a basic positive for that fear.  The negative is concerned with finding something unlovable such as a flaw we 
do not want or like. Dr. Fritz Perls, the founder of Gestalt therapy, was tireless and relentless in helping his patients to look within and "own" the disowned, unwanted parts. One example is owning a part of the Self that had been rejected, criticized or unwanted by one or both parents. Envy of a sibling who was "better" or seemed to have it "easier" is another example of a difficult negative. On the positive side, we can be afraid to look within because of the enormous positive, our power, our potential, our creativity and the capacity to assume seemingly overwhelming responsibility. Just recently on this website, Dr. Mandela's famous quote was presented to remind us that it is our infinite power of which we are really frightened. What a model he has been for us in showing how to use our infinite power with love. He used his power to endure injustice for 27 years and then emerge to model the loving use of power in government.

Are you familiar with the Gospel according to Thomas? A favorite of mine is found there. I cherish it for many reasons, one of which is that I quoted it as the opening statement when I was privileged to be a co-leader of a Gestalt therapy weekend workshop at Esalen Institute with Anne Simkin. (May, 1988) According to Thomas, Jesus said, "If you bring forth that which is within you, it will save you. If you do not bring forth that which is within you, it will destroy you."
Sometimes we are focused "out there" so that we will not be focused on what is "in here," positive or negative.

Richard Bach wrote a whole book about this subject, a book which I treasure more and more as time passes. It's called simply, Illusions.
I like to think of it as a "Manual for Sculptor's of Lifetimes." The power and thrust of the book's message is similar to that of the statement from the Course. It's OK to build idols and play with them, but if you confuse them with the real thing, you will hurt yourself --"you will weep as a thousand idols fall." The Urantia Book has a wonderful comment on this subject. "The purpose of all illusions is to teach the corresponding reality which underlies each one." Jung's shadows have substantive realities which serve as the base or mold for the shadow. The owning and loving of the shadow yields a priceless reality - the knowing and experiencing of one's own True Self. Fritz Perls used to keep audiences momentarily spellbound, mesmerised with the following statement. He would become momentarily very still and very quiet. Then he would say, "A thousand plastic flowers do not make a desert bloom. A thousand shadows can never fill an empty room."

The following affirmations will assist on our journey toward expressing Our Real Selves. "I am so grateful that I have the courage to look within and see all that is there and accept it all unconditionally."  "All the power I ever gave away to any idol is now retrieved and safely tucked into my realness as a person." "I was OK however I was, and I am OK just as I am." "Universal, Divine Perfection is Present as I AM in this Great Now." "I need do nothing." "There is nowhere to go and nothing to do." "I am grateful for every experience I ever had. Each fallen idol was a great teacher." "Fear means 'false evidence appearing real.'" "The greatest illusion is that human beings have limitations." (Robert Monroe) "I never drink water. I fear it could become addictive." (W.C. Fields) "The purpose of Self Expression is to Express Oneself." (Jim Simkin, Ph.D.) The orchestra is complete when you play your part the best you can. (W.G.Black, Ph.D.) Happy Trails to you as you discover All That Is [Is Your Own Energy Field]. We've never been apart. (Revised Roy Rogers)

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Donna McGrath is a licensed Medical Technologist, having a Master's Degree in Chemistry, and worked as a Molecular Biologist at the NIH.  Donna will provide you with the most  accurate and up-to-date information on better health!

Healthful Hints

By Donna McGrath, M.T. (ASCP), M.S., C.H.T., D.D.

Traditional versus Alternative Treatment Options for Depression

In our last newsletter, I discussed anxiety, fear, and stress and how they can lead to a variety of symptoms, which can be helped through using various alternative therapies. In this edition, I will cover depression, a condition which often goes hand in hand with anxiety, and has been classified by modern allopathic doctors as an “emotional” or “psychological” disorder, commonly caused by a “chemical imbalance” in the brain.

The broad term depression is used to classify a number of symptoms including lack of energy, difficulty with thinking or concentration, low self-esteem, feelings of hopelessness and despair and a lack of interest in daily activities. The causes are said to be impaired neurotransmitter function, nutritional deficiencies, and low serotonin levels. Since the hormone serotonin is said play a strong role in patient mood status, most prescription drugs are focused on increasing this level in patients. Drugs such as Prozacâ, Paxilâ, Zoloftâ, Wellbutrinâ and Effexorâ are the most prescribed for mild to moderate depression. Drawbacks of these synthetic drugs can be as follows: decreased libido, dry mouth and throat, anxiety, and an emotionally numb feeling. I have heard several reports of feeling better for a few days, then needing a ever-increasing dosages of these drugs to continue the “good feelings” they promote. Again, as I stated last week, I have no idea why a physician would prescribe these to patients who are suffering with a concurrent anxiety disorder, as they cause anxiety as side effects themselves.

If you are currently on anti-depressant therapy and wish to ween off it, get in touch with your physician, and ask for a specific program to gradually lower your dosage. Stopping anti-depressant therapy suddenly could lead to a major emotional upheaval if not done properly.

St. John’s Wort

The root extract of the herb, St. John’s Wort, (Hypericum perforatum) has shown itself to be as effective as the above drugs, only without the major side effects. In a 1996 British Medical Journal, which studied 31 patient trials, St. John’s Wort was pointed to as an excellent natural therapy for mild to moderate depression. Current clinical dosages are 300 mg. of St. John’s Wort standardized to 0.3% hypericin, (the effective ingredient), taken 3 times per day. (Note: a side effect may be photosensitivity, which may cause skin redness in individuals exposed to the sun).

If sun photosensitivity is a problem, you may want to consider taking it in the form of a homeopathic remedy. The homeopathic from Hyland called Hypericum 30cc can be taken three times per day and seems to be milder, without the side effects.

A combination product that I particularly like is a St. John’s Wort, gingko biloba, and ginseng combo product called St. John’s Wort Extract Plus by Foremost or Reliance Vitamin Company, Branchburg, NJ. The ginseng in the product provides a little lift in energy levels and the gingko biloba provides an increased ability to focus and concentrate.

Should you want to stay away from St. John’s Wort altogether, another newer supplement that has been very effective against depression is SAM-e.

SAM-e

Sam-e is a natural substance produced by the body as a breakdown product of the amino acid methionine. In many studies Sam-e has been found to decrease the effects of depression. It has also been found to help in cases of arthritis and Parkinson’s disease. It has been found as effective as most pharmaceutical drugs. The recommended dosage from the studies is 1500-1600 mg. per day. Sam-e from Nature’s Plus, Da Vinci, Solgar or Reliance Vitamins are all excellent products.

Flower Essences

Flower essences are homeopathic liquid remedies distilled from the “essence” or “spirit” of various flowers. They were found by Dr. Edward Bach, an English allopathic physician, when after experiencing a near-death experience, he found that he was more emotionally sensitive. While walking through meadows, he was able to acutely sense which flowers would heal which type of emotional imbalance. He formulated 38 essences, the Bach Flower Flower essences, each transmuting a different emotional disturbance to its positive state. I have used very effectively on myself to overcome many different emotional conditions. A couple of drops of the essence under the tongue, helps to “fill in your spiritual aura” in areas that are void of light. These are not essential oils, therefore, they do not smell fragrant.

The Bach combination essence called Rescue Remedy has been used in severe cases of trauma or can be used for every day stress. Before a stressful situation, such as a discussion with your boss, a family argument or while driving in congested traffic, a few drops can be taken to calm and center your nerves. I used it long term, for 1 ½ years to battle anxiety and stress. It finally rebalanced me so that I find it difficult to really “lose it” emotionally.

In regards to specific remedies for depression, the Bach Flower Essence, gorse is for extreme hopelessness and despair, for those who have been suffering with a chronic disease for a long time and have given up. After use it promotes a sense of faith and hope, despite their prognosis. It makes the patient feel brighter and happier, with hope that they are on the road to recovery. Look for physical signs which show a need for this on the following body areas: under the left rib, below right hip, left side of neck in back or side, the middle left spinal area, left forearm, right leg on side above knee.

Gentian is the flower essence for those with a negative, pessimistic outlook, who are easily discouraged by setbacks. The positive condition that this manifests after use becomes a knowledge that there is no such thing as failure, and that setbacks will be eventually overcome.

Mustard is the flower essence whose negative state shows up as a sudden deep gloom with seemingly no origin. Depression comes out of the blue and descends like a black cloud for no apparent reason. The positive outcome after taking this is that the patient should have a cheerful disposition and is supported by an inner peace and stability, which cannot be shaken.

I teach a class in flower essences, discussing both the internal and external application of them for various conditions, so you will hear me speak of them in further columns in more detail. If you would like me to lecture on them in your area, please e-mail me your request.

A Unique Approach

A unique approach to the solving the depression puzzle might be to simply strengthen the immune system. I found this out by taking Transfer Factor by 4-Life Research myself over a period of time. I noticed that before each day’s dosage I felt weak emotionally, but after I took my dose, I always was in a good mood afterward. I spoke about transfer factor two issues ago, explaining that it is an immune boosting derivative of mother’s milk, which passes immunity from mother to child in colostrum. It makes sense that immune function would parallel mood. Again, if you would like to order transfer factor, please e-mail me at dawnawolfe@yahoo.com.

Coping Naturally

Other options to use while trying to pull oneself out of depression are the following: taking a walk in the park or a natural setting, swimming, walking, exercising and stretching, and basically changing your scenery. Do something you absolutely LOVE to do. Go to the beach, get your hair cut, buy some small item that you have been needing. Also, don’t beat yourself up for being depressed. Depression is present to demonstrate to you that the body needs emotional healing. Often, time does not allow for this in our fast-paced world. Be kind to yourself and allow the time for the depression to process and lift. Talk to a friend or counselor about why you might feel depressed, then make some changes in your life that will bring you to a more blessed state of inner peace and happiness.

Many Blessings, Peace, and Vitality to you, as you embrace your missions for 2001!

Eternal Love and Light,

Donna McGrath

As always, if you have any questions regarding this article, please contact me by e-mail at dawnawolfe@yahoo 

      Special Thanks to… Elaine Barnick of The Fountain of Vitality Health Food Store in Warren, NJ and Renee Huseman Of The Fountain of Vitality in Belle Mead, NJ for supplying reference materials for this article.

 


 

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Reflections: 

  -BonnieJ.Ryan

I have chosen to live, for a time, in the dark inner heart of the city.  I live near the elementary school where I teach.  Houses here have iron bars on the doors and windows, dead bolts and alarm systems.  I am within sight of the Capitol Building of the United States of America, and yet I might be living in a third-world community.  I do not go out after dark, and few friends are willing to visit me in this neighborhood.

One gift of this self-imposed imprisonment is solitude and time for reflection.  It is not Walden, but it is, as Thoreau might say -- life driven into a corner and reduced to its lowest terms.  It is a winter of deep introspection.

The poet David Whyte has written about being alone – and belonging.  Here is an offering for those who may choose to venture beyond their comfortable circle of light.

From:  The House of Belonging by David Whyte, 1997

 

Ten Years Later

 “…one small thing 

I’ve learned these years,

how to be alone,

and at the edge of aloneness

how to be found by the world.

Innocence is what we allow

to be gifted back to us

once we have given ourselves away.”


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Save the Amazon Forest

Brazilian congress is now voting on a project that will reduce the Amazon forest to 50% of its size.

(YOU MAY HAVE SEEN THAT GREENPEACE IS TODAY

BOYCOTTING HARDWOOD FROM THE REGION)

The area to be deforested is 4 times the size of Portugal and would be mainly used for agriculture and pastures for livestock... All the wood is to be sold to international markets in the form of wood chips, by multinational companies... The truth is that the soil in the amazon forest is useless without the forest itself. Its quality is very acidic and the region is prone to constant floods. At this time more than 160.000 square kilometers deforested with the same purpose, are abandoned and in the process of becoming deserts. We cannot let this happen.

submitted by:  Wind Hughes


Love Software

Customer Service (CS) Rep. : Yes, Ma'am, how can I help you today?

Customer: Well, after much consideration, I've decided to install LOVE. Can you guide me through the process?

CS Rep. : Yes, I can help you. Are you ready to proceed?

Customer: Well, I'm not very technical, but I think I'm ready to install  now. What do I do first?

CS Rep. : The first step is to open your HEART. Have you located your  HEART ma'am?

Customer: Yes I have, but there are several other programs running right  now. Is it okay to install while they are running?

CS Rep. : What programs are running ma'am?

Customer: Let's see, I have PAST-HURT.EXE, LOW-ESTEEM.EXE, GRUDGE.EXE,  and RESENTMENT.COM running right now.

CS Rep. : No problem. LOVE will gradually erase PAST-HURT.EXE from your current operating system. It may remain in your permanent memory, but it  will no longer disrupt other programs. LOVE will eventually overwrite
 LOW-ESTEEM.EXE with a module of its own called HIGH-ESTEEM.EXE. However,  you have to completely turn off GRUDGE.EXE and RESENTMENT.COM. Those  programs  prevent LOVE from being properly installed. Can you turn those off ma'am?

Customer: I don't know how to turn them off. Can you tell me how?

CS Rep. : My pleasure. Go to your Start menu and invoke FORGIVENESS.EXE.   Do this as many times as necessary until GRUDGE.EXE and RESENTMENT.COM have been completely erased.

Customer: Okay, done. LOVE has started installing itself automatically.   Is that normal?

CS Rep. : Yes. You should receive a message that says it will reinstall  for the life of your HEART. Do you see that message?

Customer: Yes I do. Is it completely installed?

CS Rep. : Yes, but remember that you have only the base program. You need  to begin connecting to other HEART's in order to get the upgrades.

Customer: Oops. I have an error message already. What should I do?

CS Rep. : What does the message say?

Customer: It says "ERROR 412 - PROGRAM NOT RUN ON INTERNAL COMPONENTS." What does that mean?

CS Rep. : Don't worry ma'am, that's a common problem. It means that the  LOVE program is set up to run on external HEARTS but has not yet been run on  your HEART. It is one of those complicated programming things, but in  non-technical terms it means you have to "LOVE" your own machine before  it can "LOVE" others.

Customer: So what should I do?

CS Rep. : Can you pull down the directory called "SELF-ACCEPTANCE"?
Customer: Yes, I have it.

CS Rep. : Excellent. You're getting good at this.

Customer: Thank you.

CS Rep. : You're welcome. Click on the following files and then copy them  to the "MYHEART" directory: FORGIVE-SELF.DOC, REALIZE-WORTH.TXT, and 
ACKNOWLEDGE-LIMITATIONS.DOC. The system will overwrite any conflicting  files and begin patching any faulty programming. Also, you need to delete  VERBOSE-SELF-CRITIC.EXE from all directories, and then empty your recycle bin afterwards to make sure it is completely gone and never comes back.

Customer: Got it. Hey! My HEART is filling up with new files.  SMILE.MPG is playing on my monitor right now and it shows that PEACE.EXE, and  CONTENTMENT.COM are copying themselves all over my HEART. Is this normal?

CS Rep. : Sometimes. For others it takes a while, but eventually everything gets downloaded at the proper time. So, LOVE is installed and running. You should be able to handle it from here. One more thing before I go.

Customer: Yes?

CS Rep. : LOVE is freeware. Be sure to give it and its variousmodules to everybody you meet. They will in turn  share it with other people and they will return some similarly cool modules back to you.

Customer: I will. Thanks for your help. By the way, what's your name?

CS Rep. : You can call me the Divine Cardiologist, also known as The Great Physician, but most call me God. Most people feel all they need is an annual check-up to stay heart-healthy, but the manufacturer (Me) suggests a schedule of daily maintenance for maximum efficiency. Put another way, keep in touch.........
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Angelspeake

By Barbara Mark & Trudy Griswold


Gideon

Angels don't seem to know anything about time. Whenever they want to talk they are not the least bit shy in letting us know it.

We have learned that when we can't sleep or we wake up very early in the morning, it is the angels inviting us to write them. That is when they can get our attention best. We meet new angels, feel more connected to the energy, have more time, and the messages are often longer and more detailed.

Recently a new angel named Gideon came to us in the middle of the night. He makes lists! It is 1, 2, 3, etc. We find his lists constructive and helpful in planning our spiritual work. Often people ask what our messages are like. 
Here is some of what Gideon dictated shortly after the first of the year:

Dear Ones,
1) Go back to past messages and see what we have written. You are on track and will finish what you have begun today, so you will be able to continue with other things.
2) Eat better! You have wreaked havoc on your chemistry long enough. Go back to your normal eating plan. It won't be as hard as you think.
3) Stop worrying. You are getting in the habit once again.
4) You are concerned about money. There is plenty of money, just because you can't see it doesn't mean it is not there. Believe and Ask for our help in understanding it.
5) Clean your office. It is too cluttered to think in. Be aware of its order so you can remember better.
6) Talk to all you helpers. Plan your strategy for 2001.
7) We are taking care of more and more for you. There are no accidents or bad timings or half-done jobs. If we tell you to do one thing and it turns out to be a little different, do not worry about it. You are ALWAYS following a divine order that has been planned for many millennia. Your part is important and shall be done. Inspiration will always come when you need it. You think in your head that nothing is going on. That is because you need to complete one thing so you can focus on another. After today you will have room in your life to make plans for other things.
8) January is the time for planning. It is the ONE month. It is like an ACE in your card decks and can be counted on to form the base for your year. Last year you planned the events for 2000. It worked well, did it not? Think of all that happened last year. Think of what you did last year to further your spiritual work and to help others. You don't think you are doing much. That is not how we see it.

Be proud of your accomplishments, for they have been many. Also, consider how many souls were touched by the message that reaches thousands through Angelspeake books. That passive action, where your active work is done but the energy continues, touches more than all the other things you did throughout the year in person.

Continue; be proud of your life. Enjoy it. Feel the energy grow. The Work we are doing through you and your students is very powerful. All will become clearer this year. We are here, and we love you. You feel it.
Gideon

Faith Builder: Write your angels for a New Year's Reading on how you can plan your year.
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Trudy and Barbara are sisters. Both were awakened by their angels and have since been teaching people all over the world how to work with their own angels. They are authors of three best-selling "Angelspeake" books. Ordering information for autographed copies of their latest, "Heaven and Beyond," is available on www.angelspeake.com.

(C) Copyright 2001 Barbara Mark & Trudy Griswold
Syndicated by ParadigmTSA

 

 Raven

According to native laws, the Raven weaves us in and out of the mysteries of life and death.  He is the gatekeeper between the world of the living and world of the dead.  He is the messenger of the void, from whence all is conceived and then returned.

Raven shows you the truth - of your fears and of your mystic self in a creative universe. Raven is the carrier of prayerful healing, of true intention, and the Carrier of Energy between the creator and the created.

Due to its association with divine law, Raven has been the object of human fear.  Human law is not sacred. Raven honors the sacred in All things.  The Raven as a scavenger eats all that is not truth, so we can "go to the bones."  As humans, we can only surrender to the Raven and honor the great mystery of life and death.  The song of the Raven is the call to truth.  Bodies die..  Spirit does not...

    ~~LightFeather~~

  


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