Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Your Love Brings Forth Your Life By Rev. Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT

    The vibratory force is the active principle all radiates from. #195-54 Edgar Cayce, The Father of Holistic Health

 Your well-being is the manifestation of your energy. In the past centuries, medicine has seen health from a view that people are glorified machines based in the Newtonian model. Now that is changing to a fresh focus based in the work of Albert Einstein who said we are human beings of dynamic energy systems. 

"Dr. John H. Tilden, M.D. in his book, "Toxemia: the Basic Cause of Disease", states, And when the truth is known that healing, or the power to throw off disease and get well, is wholly within the subconscious and is personal, we will know that curing and palliating by the administration of remedies-drugs, serums, vaccines, surgery, feeding to keep up the strength, etc. -are superfluous, meddlesome, and on the order of throwing a monkey wrench into the machinery."

Therefore, it is time to go beyond warning signs of inflammation and other symptoms to the root cause that created the condition. Emotional or spiritual causes are not addressed in the current paradigm of medicine. However, with a new millennium, it is time to explore beyond the surface and into the unidentified invisible levels of our existence. Our emotions and level of energy are a signal to our health and well-being. This energy field can be called the vital life force, chi, spirit or other terms that mean that necessary element that gives us vitality.

When the energy is blocked, it causes illness as a signal that the body is not working in harmony and balance. Feelings of depression, anxiety, and hopelessness are signs of blocked energy. It is possible to release the blockages with complimentary medical practices as acupuncture, Qigong or other techniques that eliminate blocked energy as Pranic Healing. Raising the vibrations of the energy into health by means of flower essences or other high vibrational methods that bring up vibrations allows stuck toxic energy to release.  Regression therapy can also release the root cause and allow energy to flow with vitality.  At this point, there are no symptoms.

With new understanding and awareness that what we do not see is running our lives, it is time to move beyond the focus on form into the formless. Historically, in the writings of Aristotle and other scholars, mater was defined as being in itself formless, but it could receive form and substance. 

Matter is now defined more scientifically as an electromagnetic radiation of any wavelength that travels in a vacuum with a speed of about 186,281 miles (300,000 kilometers) per second. It is radiation that is visible to the human eye and what makes vision possible.

However, with more discoveries, the evidence that there is energy vibrating beyond the range of the human eye also exists as we learned about ultraviolet rays. This light is invisible because it is not perceivable by our normal senses. Light not perceivable is called ultraviolet light. It is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, but longer than soft X-rays. The name means "beyond violet"—ultra is the Latin word for "beyond”, and violet is the color of the shortest wavelength of visible light.

 Einstein proved that we could break matter down into smaller components and that, when we do, we move beyond the material realm and into a realm in which everything is energy. This is the Law of Vibration, a law of nature that states that nothing rests; everything moves and every-thing vibrates. Cayce was referring to this law in the beginning quote. The slower vibration becomes a lower energy; the faster vibration becomes a higher force, all in accord. Dr. Max Planck, who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1918, concerns and supports that all physical matter is composed of vibration. The difference between the manifestations of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual has a result simply from different levels of vibrating frequencies or power. 

Cayce links the pulsating energy seen as light in tangible third dimension as the basis for all life. It is also the unseen energy that is found in nature and is the same as the energy of light we label God, the unseen. “And as the electrical vibrations are given, know that Life itself—to be sure –is the Creative Force or God, yet its manifestations in man are electrical—or vibratory. Know then that the force in nature that is called electrical or electricity is the same energy ye worship as Creative or God in action.” #2828-4. 

This understanding brings us to realize that there is light or energy in everything in the world. Most people know Genesis 1:3 that says, “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.”
Cayce said, “God moved and said, ‘Let there be light’ and there was light; not the light of the sun, but rather that of which, through which and in which, every soul had, has and ever has its being. For in truth ye live and move and have thy being in Him.” # 5246-1

Therefore, this light/energy/vibration brings us out of the darkness of illness and offers life and harmony. We become aware that there is light and love labeled God, Creator, or what fits your understanding. God is… God is light; God is love. This state of consciousness is unconditional love where health and well-being abound. This force in the universe exists by whatever term you choose to use.

Separation from the power of light brings darkness or the absence of light. This condition often is labeled the devil or Satan. Because darkness has lower vibrations of energy, the motivation behind this lower energy actually comes from within us in our negative and harmful thoughts, words, or actions. This creates selfish and unharmonious body energy that is blocked. When people act from this consciousness they send out this low energy to others while draining themselves of needed energy for their own wholeness.

A person passes their inner essence out to those around him or her and receives good or poor results accordingly. When this energy is not in alignment and harmony with the supremacy of illumination, illness is the result. This is the meaning of “you reap what you sow”, also called cause, and effect. Blaming a devil or Satin for misery or poor health is pointless because you brought it on yourself. The challenge of life is to transform all negative energy to align with the positive higher loving energy of creation, which is your birthright. When actions and communications emerge from love, they are on a higher frequency with light and love emanating from within towards others. Health is then restored to your original birthright.

Mystics call this high inner force the God within. Most people have heard of the Golden Rule or love your neighbor as yourself. When we apply these principles to our lives, we become loving and can cooperate with the loving higher powerful essence within. This supports others in their good health and joy. We feel joy, bliss, and happiness in our good health by extending it to others. 

Both religion and science are talking about the same thing. The truth-seekers and those based in science can unite with the Law of Vibration in quantum physics and in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Energy is related to matter and the speed of Light. This is Einstein’s famous E = mc2 equation. 

If you want to transform light to sound, you would raise its frequency forty octaves. The spirit of God is forty octaves above our perception. Often, the church personifies this spirit of God as a “being” rather than light or love, as spoken of in the scriptures. “I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.” John 8:12

An orchestra tunes to the striking of a tuning fork with the tone of A, which is 440 Hz. A misaligned piano string is altered to be in tune by striking a tuning fork and the string matches that vibration for the correct timbre. The string then raises its resonance to the same rate at which the fork is vibrating. The sound wave created by the Ohm Tuning Fork works like kinetic energy to move disharmony and tension from the body while restoring a sense of well-being. Thus, we can rise up in vibration into a higher consciousness of love. When two frequencies are brought together, the lower will always rise to meet the higher. This is the principle of resonance.

Science has a newer understanding from string theory and quantum physics, which is bringing the link and relationship closer to identifying the unifying nature of light. Bringing this visible, tangible vibration to the invisible beyond our vision will be shortly possible. The light that is denser and tangible on planet earth is the same force that people refer to as God, Creator, or Higher Power. This new perception will acknowledge that the lower finite visual matter and extended higher vibrations into infinity are the same. This verifies the idea that we are one light or one in love.

The words to the song, “This little Light of mine, I am going to let it shine”, refer to the inner light that is high energy, a higher power. That smallest indiscernible element of light is called an adamantine particle, which is a smaller unit than what string theory explains. Now you can begin to understand why the plant you love is the one that blossoms, because where light and love are present there is a free exchange of adamantine particles. 

These are the building blocks of our universe for which science is searching. They are the smallest particles that produce a positive effect upon life. Daniel 5:14 said,  “I have even heard of thee, that the spirit of the gods is in thee, and that light and understanding and excellent wisdom is found in thee.”

In her book, Love Without End, Glenda Green explains, “The sharing of adamantine particles is the breath of life.” Your love brings forth your life. There is always (omnipresence) an ocean (omniscient) of infinite supply of light (omnipotent) that is always adapting and aligning with loving energy manifested in health and wellbeing. This is the river of life. Our life force is energy that flows to all who are open to receiving. This connects the unseen of religion called God to the seen of science. All you have to be is the love that you are because everything including your health and well-being will line up around you like a magnet.

…“All strength, all healing of every nature is the changing of the vibrations from within, the attuning of the divine within the living tissue a body to Creative energies. This alone is healing… it is the attuning of the atomic structure of the living force to its spiritual heritage.”1967-1


Thursday, March 20, 2014

The Successful Family Legacy Online Seminar

WHAT IS IT: The Successful Family Legacy Online Seminar
WHEN IS IT? The webinar series will begin Thursday 27th March 2014 - 6pm – 7:30pm PDT, and will recur every Thursday 6pm – 7:30pm PDT thereafter for 13 weeks

WHERE IS IT? From the comfort of participant’s home or office – you just need a computer For more information, I have attached a flyer for the said event, or you can share this short video on how leaving a family legacy can help mend broken family relationships. Moreover, we’re giving out massive freebies for the FIRST 100 registrants, who will receive: A copy of my book The Firstborn Son: a Curse, a Gift, or a Calling, valued at US$ 15.99 Audio CD of “Is Your Family Name a Recognizable Brand?“, valued at $9.00 1-year access to our “Family Legacy Community” membership site & post seminar resources, valued at $108.00 A 30-minute personal consultation time with me

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Part One of One Writer's Journey Through Domestic Violence with Marilyn Redmond

There is a Solution to Domestic Violence by Marilyn Redmond

On Thanksgiving in 1984, I was so distraught that I took my cache of Valium prescribed by my psychiatrist at the time and left with no thoughts of returning home. Living in domestic violence with its abuse and growing up in domestic violence that continued the cruelty made my life hell. When I attempted suicide, six angels came giving me information and instructions to stop taking the medication. Today, I would say spiritual help came.
Several years later, the night before returning home from a short trip from a Canadian Resort my life changed forever. After three weeks of no alcohol, my husband resumed drinking and went into temper tantrums, again. After dinner and his evening of tirades, he decided we would go home instead of waiting to check out in the morning. It was around 3 o’clock in the morning as we were heading south from Harrison Hot Springs in Canada to the United States border.
His rage was vindictive as he drove erratically down the middle of the road weaving from side to side. “God please help me, I really don’t want to die”, was my prayer. Within a few minutes, my husband pulled off the road. That lasted for the rest of the night.
Many different types of answers came into my life, quite quickly. At the time, I did not understand about being spiritual. I seemed to know the new opportunities for healing, counseling, and classes that appeared as if from nowhere were to help me. Through therapy and appropriate programs and their assistance, I began seeing that I had lived my life from fear. It was time to shift to a loving basis for my life.
Throughout my early recovery, I learned what I did to perpetuate the circumstances.  They were usually from my subconscious emotions of my wounded childhood. I had been trying to protect myself on an emotional level.   In meditation, I was told profound information to assist my inner growth and maturity.
Over time, I understood his deep pains from his traumatic childhood. We had attracted each other because of similar childhood backgrounds−alcoholism/prescription addictions, mental illness, sex addiction, rage, and domestic violence. Still living at home with my husband, while I was trying to grow up was thorny.
One evening, during one of his tirades, he dropped me on cement and broke my tailbone. Another evening during an outburst of rage, he chased me around the house and cornered me in our son’s bedroom; I knew I would become mincemeat and was terrified. Time stopped as angels held him like a statue just a few feet from me. A silent voice inside said to say, “God forgive him as he knows not what he does” and I added “God bless him”.
You cannot attack love. It is the fear sent out and then a retaliation of fear returning that escalates into violence. You have to stop playing the game of passive-aggressiveness. I stopped participating in the struggle. I learned that the lesson is if you send love to someone, that person will not attack you. As I began to replace my selfish ways and self-centeredness of protection with unselfish love, I was not attacked again.
This change in focus was increased by cleaning out my emotional inner past maltreatment, fears, and resentments through co-dependent treatment, meditation, and support groups. It was necessary to replace them with God’s love and grace. At a subconscious level, I created a “New Me.”
Through the experience of calamities, I changed my responses to his abuse. I learned to not react from fear, but respond in love. This brought wisdom and understanding. I found that releasing the past and moving into the moment or the essence of God, was reality. Applying healthy tools for living and communication in relationships brought a happier life.
As I pray, love, and send forgiveness to others, I heal those relationships of abuse. This twist returns healthy relations. As I become a channel of God’s love, I move into a higher consciousness of serenity and peace. No longer do I react off the buttons of the past and relive those unpleasant times. Fear of the future is replaced with seeing life as an adventure where the universe protects and cares for me.
Finally, responding with love for others and myself can produce the life of grace I desperately sought. It took twenty-eight years learning consistently to stay in the “Now” of my life with joy and gratitude. My reward is having attracted a 13-year relationship of unconditional love with a spiritual fellow. There is no other part. It is all God; it is all good. The presence of God has become the most important part of my life.  

Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT, International Board Certified Regressionist, Holistic Counselor, international consultant, international Speaker, and is an award winning international writer. She shares spiritual information for life and living in health, healing, and happiness. She was inducted into Who’s Who for Professionals and Executives for her innovation and pioneering work in restoring traumatic lives, healing emotional causes of illness and releasing negative energy. Marilyn’s blog is at

Her first book, “Roses Have Thorns”, chronicles her experience through childhood and marriage domestic violence. It is available at, along with her other E-books. In addition, visit her web site is  where you will find videos about domestic violence, empowerment, articles, and more. In addition, her many videos including domestic violence and empowerment are on You Tube,


Wednesday, February 19, 2014

The Writer’s Journey Is the Hero’s Journey - by Tamara Linse

I don’t know about you, but life just seems to pass me by sometimes. I have my head down, and I’m focused on my to do list. I’m lost in the minutia of my day-to-day existence. I have PTA and basketball practice for my son and voice lessons for my daughter and going to lunch with my husband and then there’s breakfast and supper and my mom needs help with her computer. Even as I chip away at my list, it seems to grow. Most of my time, I don’t think of myself as the hero in my own story. Being a hero implies taking charge of your life, having a life-shattering goal, facing obstacles and overcoming them, and eventually achieving success. My life often seems like a never-ending sisyphian labor. No forward movement, no end in sight. But what if that wasn’t so. What if I saw my life as the hero’s journey?

I’ll get back to that... A quote: “Every character in a narrative is the hero of her or his own story.” Not sure where I saw it. This is something writers know, and it’s the secret to having well-rounded characters. You have to think of each character as a person with his or her own motives, and you have to make sure to incorporate the subtext that comes from those hero journeys. For example, your main character, your heroine, is fighting cancer, but this guy she met in a bar just wants a meaningful overnight relationship. Her journey is fighting cancer, but his journey ~ equally valid, though not so earth-shaking ~ is to seduce her. Imagine their conversation. Imagine how she might like his transparency and the quickness of his wit. She might be reminded of what’s good in life. He’ll know that she’s sad about something, but because his mother had depression when he was a child it will spark something deeper within him that prompts him to want to save her. And on it goes. They both have their journeys.

What we do as writers is make meaning. We take the messy stuff of lived experience and shape it into a coherent whole, an aesthetic object. Narrative is attractive to us all as human beings specifically because our lives feel so meaningless, so overwhelming, and writers provide that. Writers provide closure where there is none. This is the more accurate quote from John Barth: “Everyone is necessarily the hero of his own life story.”

This is something slightly different from the quote above. This is about real people living their lives. They are necessarily the heroes of their own stories. No one else might care, but to each person, her or his life is of the utmost importance. Writers are no different. We are on a journey that involves using language to mirror and shape the world. Each story or each novel is a goal, and we overcome setbacks and grimly stumble forward to achieve the creation of this thing, this work of art.

These stories or novels string together in a never-ending pursuit of something larger than ourselves. It has all the trappings of a hero’s journey. (Let me be clear: writers are not inherently what you would call “heroes” ~ though you could say they’re “my heroes.” They create the myths of heroes. Heroes are people who risk and sometimes lose their lives for the sake or other.)

  I think it’s helpful for writers to think of themselves as pursuing a hero’s journey. It gives them a sense of purpose, a narrative for their lives that might otherwise feel mired in minutia. When framed in this way, they might be more productive, each novel a step on the way to a larger career. It’s like that old conceit of many fantasy novels ~ the hero travels in time and sees himself doing something, and because he sees himself do it he knows he can. Harry Potter calling his patronus is an example of this.

I think if we as writers see ourselves on a hero’s journey, in some strange way we’re destined to write and therefore writing is easier. We know we can do it because it’s in our destiny. For me and for many writers (I would suspect), it is helpful to think of your life as a hero’s journey. Forget the minutia. You can make boundaries around your writing time because this is your fate, your goal, the way you’re going to save the world. It’s not about you being selfish. It’s about this aesthetic object, this work of art, that has to come into being, and only you can do it. (There are these books that have moved me, have rocked me to the core. If I can do that for just one person, it’s worth it. That’s my goal, my mission, my raison d’etre.) To be a writer requires an uneasy truce between utter humility and utter hubris. If you aren’t open and humble, your work suffers, but if you don’t believe you have something to offer the world, you’ll never get the work done. So do it: imagine your destiny. You are a writer.