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Updated: Dec 28, 2022

What is Ancestral Regression Therapy (“ART”)? ART is a type of healing that is based on the idea that problems sift down through generations to cause stress in the here and now. Even if you do not know the traumas of your parents and earlier ancestors, you can learn them through the morphogenic field of energy that surrounds your family. By examining our feelings and perceptions in this “field of knowing”, we can break out of familiar patterns that cause us to suffer. We are able to resolve these past issues that may be unknowingly operating in the background of our psyche through ART.

Uses for Ancestral Regression Therapy ART can be used for a wide variety of problems, whether they are physical, mental, social or spiritual issues. This healing can help us overcome problems such as: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Depression Anxiety Addictions Bad habits Failure at work Negative relationship patterns Family dysfunction Trauma Grief Obsessive thoughts Physical illnesses Financial problems Phobias Excessive guilt


Is your home haunted or infested with negative energy?

Do you ever get that feeling when things are out of sorts in your home? It’s nothing you can put your finger on, it’s just uncomfortable and even your family pets are acting nervous and out of character.

Have you ever gotten the chills because you felt that there was someone in the room but there was nobody there? Or, had the feeling like you’re being watched? Maybe you have experienced something a little stronger like the sensation of being touched by unseen hands or you’ve seen a figure across the room, through the corner of your eye.

You could have a Ghost in your house and sometimes these Ghosts (or entities) can manipulate the energy so that you actually feel their restless presence. In an extreme case your TV or radio could come on and the volume increases, at will. All kinds of strange things could be happening.

You are not imagining these circumstances and you are NOT going crazy. Those entities don’t belong in your house! You need a House Clearing to remove the entity, so you can have your quiet, cozy home back to yourself. Office and business.

Are you avoiding being in your own home?

I have been told that folks take their lap-top and briefcase to the local Coffee Shop and spend the day there, just to avoid having to sit in the energy of their own home.

Friends and family come over and can’t wait to get out of there, or they make excuses to avoid coming to your place, all together.

People are ready to sell and move out because they are at their wit’s end. They would rather face Realtor, Banking, Lawyer’s fees and all the hassle, than stay another month under these conditions. They can’t concentrate at work because, for weeks, they’ve been up half the night tending to an inconsolable child or pet. Thoughts of losing their job, comes to mind. What a shame!

Your home might not be haunted – perhaps you have Negative Imprints

Negative energy can be left over from the people who’ve lived in your house in the past.

Let’s say your house is 35 years old. It has accumulated 35 year of negative energy – arguments, divorces, stress, tension, illness – even death.

This has left a pocket of Negative Energy, called an Imprint, in your home.

A House Clearing can easily and effectively remove these Negative Imprints from every corner of your home, even your bed. You can expect to feel warm, cozy and happy, once again.

In fact, I would recommend that you get your house cleared at least once per year – sort of like Spring Cleaning. If you have listed and are having difficulty selling your house, it will sell like hot cakes after a fresh and clean House Clearing. Have your new home cleared before you move in to experience the best move-in day ever!

Signs that you may have Negative Energy Imprints:

  • Your house isn’t “bad”, it just doesn’t feel “right”

  • You and your family’s mood changes constantly – you argue for no apparent reason

  • Illnesses or injuries seem to take forever to heal

  • Lack of physical energy - you feel drained and heavy most of the time

House Clearings flush out that old, unwanted, stale, dark energy or Ghosts, leaving your home feeling light, fresh, peaceful and calm.


12 Science-Based Benefits of Meditation

Meditation is the habitual process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts. The popularity of meditation is increasing as more people discover its many health benefits. You can use it to increase awareness of yourself and your surroundings. Many people think of it as a way to reduce stress and develop concentration. People also use the practice to develop other beneficial habits and feelings, such as a positive mood and outlook, self-discipline, healthy sleep patterns, and even increased pain tolerance.

1. Reduces stress

Stress reduction is one of the most common reasons people try meditation. Many styles of meditation can help reduce stress. Meditation can likewise reduce symptoms in people with stress-triggered medical conditions.

2. Controls anxiety

Meditation can reduce stress levels, which translates to less anxiety. Habitual meditation can help reduce anxiety and improve stress reactivity and coping skills.

3. Promotes emotional health

Some forms of meditation can lead to improved self-image and a more positive outlook on life. Some forms of meditation can improve depression and reduce negative thoughts. It may also decrease levels of inflammatory cytokines, which could contribute to depression.

4. Enhances self-awareness

Some forms of meditation may help you develop a stronger understanding of yourself, helping you grow into your best self.Self-inquiry and related styles of meditation can help you “know yourself.” This can be a starting point for making other positive changes.

5. Lengthens attention span

Focused-attention meditation is like weight lifting for your attention span. It helps increase the strength and endurance of your attention.Several types of meditation may build your ability to redirect and maintain attention.

6. May reduce age-related memory loss

Improvements in attention and clarity of thinking may help keep your mind young.The improved focus you can gain through regular meditation may boost your memory and mental clarity. These benefits can help fight age-related memory loss and dementia.

7. Can generate kindness

Some types of meditation may particularly increase positive feelings and actions toward yourself and others.Metta, or loving-kindness meditation, is a practice of developing positive feelings, first toward yourself and then toward others. Metta increases positivity, empathy, and compassionate behavior toward others.

8. May help fight addictions

The mental discipline you can develop through meditation may help you break dependencies by increasing your self-control and awareness of triggers for addictive behaviors .

Research has shown that meditation may help people learn to redirect their attention, manage their emotions and impulses, and increase their understanding of the causes behind their habits. Meditation develops mental awareness and can help you manage triggers for unwanted impulses. This can help you recover from addiction, manage unhealthy eating, and redirect other unwanted habits.

9. Improves sleep

Nearly half of the population will struggle with insomnia at some point. A variety of meditation techniques can help you relax and control runaway thoughts that can interfere with sleep. This can shorten the time it takes to fall asleep and increase sleep quality.

10. Helps control pain

Your perception of pain is connected to your state of mind, and it can be elevated in stressful conditions.

Some research suggests that incorporating meditation into your routine could be beneficial for controlling pain.Meditation can diminish the perception of pain in the brain. This may help treat chronic pain when used to supplement medical care or physical therapy.

11. Can decrease blood pressure

Meditation can also improve physical health by reducing strain on the heart. Blood pressure decreases not only during meditation but also over time in individuals who meditate regularly. This can reduce strain on the heart and arteries, helping prevent heart disease.

12. Accessible anywhere

People practice many different forms of meditation, most of which don’t require specialized equipment or space. You can practice with just a few minutes daily. If you’re interested in incorporating meditation into your routine, try a few different styles and consider guided exercises to get started with one that suits you.

The bottom line

Meditation is something everyone can do to improve their mental and emotional health.

You can do it anywhere, without special equipment or memberships.

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