Category Archives: Access Consciousness

Remembrance and Jewels – Heart Centred

Sometimes we really need this… a little heart in everything

divine-love

Especially when things aren’t going the way you want them to. I’ve developed my spiritual practices a lot of the last 20 years and enjoy delving (well, mostly) into my inner self.

I’ve noticed that when I’m not being heart-centred and things are stressing me out. My head just spins like a top. The fear kicks in and well.. it all goes to pot.

There has to be better ways than this!

Lots of things have helped along the way, I’ve learned some great insights from the Sedona Method, Access Consciousness and my intuition.  I like being heart-centred and coming from a sense of integrity; this feels good on so many levels. (more…)

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Meditation

Meditation is an important part of my life now, it was a part on and off for years and yet I never seemed to “get it together ” to actually do it consistently. I knew in myself that regular meditating was good for me and the peace I got from doing it was well worth the time spent. So the last few weeks have been interesting. Ever since doing my Access Bars Training things have moved along at a fast pace in a phenomenally good way. I have a lot less resistance, more creativity, energy, feeling good about myself and well I’m so chilled, I feel horizontal! (more…)

Access ~ Clearing the Fog


This post is special to me as I’ve been wanting to do this course for quite some time. I’ve been working with Access Consciousness questions, mantras and the clearing statement for over a year now and I’ve had some phenomenal results. I’m happier and much more clear minded for the first time in years. So when the opportunity to do a Bars class in London came up I took it.

I’d never had my Bars done before, I’ve just worked with generating questions, energy balls, statements and clearing energy, so it was all very new to me. The best way to explain is this is from the Access Consciousness Bars website itself. Also the diagram at the top of the my blog post shows where the points are.

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