An interview and lively discussion with Lauren Delsack and Valentine St. Aubyn on her radio show, Esoteric Discussions, to discuss emotional conflicts, disease and astrology. HOW EMOTIONAL CONFLICTS TRIGGER DISEASE: AN ASTROLOGICAL VIEW
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Learn more about the wonderful discoveries and work of Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., in this extremely informative, educational, and enlightening discussion between Dr. Bruce Lipton and Dr. Wayne Dyer. You will be happy you did. Bravo, Dr. Lipton!
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Valentine St. Aubyn on her radio show, Esoteric Discussions. Learn more about Valentine’s work and radio show on her website here. I will be back on her radio show on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 to discuss, from an astrological perspective, how emotional conflicts trigger disease.
Learn the early warning signs of critical illness, and the emotional conflicts associated with breast cancer. Discover how to promote healing and assist others in preventing ‘dis-ease.’
In this study guide, Lauren takes you through the horoscope preparation and consultation process with a client diagnosed with breast cancer, a case illustrated in her book, “How Emotional Conflicts Trigger Disease: An Astrological View.” She demonstrates how to hone-in and pinpoint the emotional conflict that likely instigated disease.
There are two things we all seem to want more of: love and money. Astrology can certainly highlight when opportunities in these areas have potential to bloom. But planets don’t make things happen. People’s beliefs do.
The reason our past often determines our future is because everything we attract in our life is based on our beliefs — beliefs about ourselves, about our success potential, about money, love and relationships.
Our old beliefs create repetitive patterns. If we don’t believe we are worthy, then we will continue to attract situations in our life that reinforceour belief about not being worthy. Maybe we have a pattern with money of living hand-to-mouth, or a pattern in love of attracting abusive or unhealthy relationships.
If on the other hand, we believe we are successful and attractive, then we will continue to attract experiences in our life that reinforceour belief about our beauty and achievement.
The point is our beliefs run the show. The Universe (or consciousness, or physical reality) is a mirror. What we put out is what we get back.
If we want to change our relationship with love or money, then we must examine our beliefs. What belief attracted a certain situation into our life? Where does that belief originate? What would we prefer to believe is true?
Self-examination is the key. Ask yourself this question: what would I have to believe is true about myself for me to feel a certain way (fill-in-the-blank) about a certain person or situation (fill-in-the-blank)?
Maybe an old belief is linked to relationships and a fear of being alone. The belief may originate from childhood when our father abandoned our mother. Does that belief still serve us today? If not, then we need to consciously choose a new preferred belief to replace the old belief with. Just ask yourself, what would I prefer to believe is true? Your old beliefs will begin to shift.
As an astrologer, I often hear clients express their frustrations or disappointments about love and money. They want to know when their situation will change.
Yes, astrology can pinpoint, with high probability, opportunities and times for change. But if we don’t change our old beliefs, how can we expect our reality to change? If we don’t change the channel on our TV, how can we expect to watch a different program?
If you would like to examine your beliefs and replace them for ones that are inline with what you want to attract into your life, then check out the fabulous work of Bashar. Find more from Bashar at www.bashar.org.
He was coughing, and wheezing heavily. My thoughts were that he must have taken on a respiratory infection. His symptoms sounded similar to bronchitis. He never had a problem like this before.
This time I did listen to my intuition. Something told me that he was having a reaction to my dog’s death. They were great pals. They grew up together since birth. Surely he sensed the loss of Tiare.
Sure enough, according to Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, within the respiratory system — the bronchial / respiratory tracts are associated with a territorial conflict such as feeling threatened, “smelling” threats, or the fear of losing the territory or the actual loss of it.
The lung or lung alveoli (air sacs) are associated with a death-fright conflict such as a feeling of intense danger, a fear of dying or suffocation, including fear for someone else — in other words, fear linked to the sudden death of my dog.
I decided to wait before I gave him medicine to clear up his symptoms. Instead, I talked to him, showered him with affection and tried my best to soothe away any of his fears.
Hildo’s birth chart is in the inner wheel, the transits in the outer wheel at the time of Tiare’s death. Transiting Pluto has been opposed natal Mars in the 6th house of health, ruler of the 3rd house of siblings (my dog was Hildo’s sister within our family). The Sun was transiting through his 8th house of death circumstances of others. Mars was transiting through his 6th house. And the Moon was transiting through his 12th house of critical illness, close to conjunction with his Ascendant.