One morning I was doing my make up and decided I should turn on Netflix. I like to listen to Access Calls or music as I'm getting ready in the morning, but I had just finished watching both Seasons of The Marvelous Mrs. Maiselon Amazon Prime, and I was looking for something else inspiring.
About 2 years ago I asked that all tv shows and movies I watched be a massive contribution to my life. And, they are getting greater and greater. Wink Wink.
This particular morning I switched on Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix.
Within an hour my floor was covered with stuff, I pulled apart drawers, I pulled things out of the garage; I was on a mission.
A month later I had spent around 40 hours, and 35 big garbage bags getting our home clear.
And we weren't hoarders beforehand. My husband Anthony is the tidiest man in the world and neither of us had accumulated ridiculous amounts of stuff. We had just moved into a newly built house 2 years...
There are worlds and powers we have available to us that we do our best to ignore in our every day lives. We are capable of realities far beyond this one while still living on planet earth. The doorway to these worlds, for me, has been the tools of Access Consciousness. Sometimes, using the tools seems more difficult than stopping a thousand boulders rolling down a hill. Sometimes using the tools is so easy that you can't believe they actually work. But they do, the tools always work. You just have to use them for the limitations that come up and the world becomes your playground.
What did you dream of as a child when you stirred in bed, falling asleep? What realities and magic danced in your head that were there and deep and real, but in the morning became an illusive dream again? Those were and still are the starting points of your reality. We don't want to know what is available to us, because if we fully claimed it, it would dwarf the morals, relationships and...
On Christmas last year, I was not feeling myself. I was sad and angry so I began to ask some questions.
I started to ask some questions and realized it was entities I was aware of.
I perceived my paternal grandfather who I was very close with. He died at 88 years old, and had never revealed himself in my world since I'd been using the tools of Talk to the Entities, and I was wondering why he finally decided to show up.
He was the grandfather everyone would want to have. He would sit us on his knee and sing nursery rhymes to us, he filled his instant coffee with tons of cream and sugar and let me sip it when I was as little as 6, while he would proclaim, "This is the best coffee in Manitoba!" (which was my home province).
He and Grandma had two homes, one in Winnipeg and one 3 hours west out on the farm. He would roll his tobacco every day and he would tell us to play a trick on Grandma during the summers on the farm. My sister and I would steal one of Grandma's oven mitts and...
What is your favourite TTTE tool?
My favourite tool is working with entities during Entity Office Hours. This is a time of the day or week that you set aside to communicate with, clear, or receive from entities. Recently I have been doing office hours every day, sometimes, twice a day. The more you do Office Hours, the more you contribute to entities, and the better your life gets!
What is your greatest TTTE success story?
When I was 13, my Grandfather took his life.
He was a brilliant man, very innovative and driven, a fantastic real estate broker, who became very successful selling farms in Canada. But he had a really broken and abused side as well. His parents were highly mentally and physically abusive to him. As an adult, he was an alcoholic, and was abusive to his family. He didn’t have the tools to deal with the level of awareness he had, so he nursed it away by drinking.
One night, during Talk to the Entities Facilitator Training in Paris, I...
Entities are all around us. We think their thoughts, we harbour their emotions, we heal them without even realizing it. They are apart of our every day lives and the natural biology of our planet. They are so natural to us in fact, that when we ignore them it can hurt every area of our lives. And the greater your capacity to work with them, the more difficult your life becomes when you ignore them.
On the contrary, when you choose to communicate with the spirit world, receive from them and clear them, your life can become a glimmering possibility, a beacon of lightness, a living dream. They are so closely intertwined with our lives that the sparkling gifts they will pay you with when you begin to receive from them are hard to even imagine.
The universe desires to support you. Most people were entrained from an early age to dismiss and reject this support. If you choose to embrace it and learn to receive you make things a lot easier on the spirit world.
Gary Douglas, the Founder of Access Consciousness, used to channel different beings early on in his consciousness career. One particular excerpt from these channelings is a true inspiration to a different way of being:
"Gratitude is where you sit when you are in oneness because in gratitude is the place in which you know with certainty that you are one with all and all are one with you.
You are grateful for it, not out of some kind of structure, or form, or desire, or need, but you are in gratitude for it because you are humbled by the reality of knowing everything, knowing the oneness, and feeling the intensity of a heart that is open, vulnerable and totally available to be all that is."
If you read these paragraphs four or five times, they begin to change the molecules in your body and being.
Essentially, gratitude allows us to perceive the oneness that we are. Oneness is the knowing of everything in the universe and the awe we have when we become aware of all that is. The joy you...
This is an article by Julia from Femail Australia Newsource
Femail Australia: How do we know who should take on this role, in a relationship?
Julia: In a relationship we each have our own strengths. If you are a great cook, that is an asset to the relationship. If you love to organise vacations, that is an asset to the relationship. Usually it is one spouse that gravitates more to handling money. When this person steps into this role, it is an asset to the relationship.
A relationship is full of projections and expectations, and often times we think that because we marry someone that they should start to think like us, or have the same values as us.
This usually leads to frustration because even though you are in love, you are still you, and your partner is still them.
A great way to get beyond unrealistic expectations is to create a "Deal and Deliver".
This is a conversation where you sit down with your spouse...