Student clears crippling spider phobia and student class reviews

Hey Tribe!

I hope you are well and happy.

Wow what a weekend that was. I spent it in Birmingham teaching my level 1 class. It may have been the best class yet so many miracles. Ones in addition to normal syllabus. Let me start by giving a little background info before I share a video.

Now, this is on the second morning of class. Paige had never done a healing on anyone before. She had a brief experience of self-healing the day before. Shonagh had a crippling spider phobia. So much so that she was often nervous to go into the garden although she loved nature. The word ‘spider’ was banned from her home, she was unable to go into a room for weeks after seeing one. She would have a ‘melt-down’ if she ever did see one, possibly a panic attack or freezing in fear. She couldn’t even say the word herself. Her family had seen at least 10 therapists and spent thousands on this and other issues, to little effect.

After 4 minutes using the Divine Empowerment techniques Paige was able to fully dissolve the phobia. So much so that Sarah, Shonagh’s mum was in utter dis-belief, Shonagh was even joking about getting a pet spider! Don’t take my word for it, see it for yourself. FYI it is 15 minutes long, I wanted to include all the reactions.

If that is not enough here are the testimonials from 3 grateful, and happy students. 1, 2, 3

If this inspires you, I have one space left for the next London class February 1-2nd I also have space March 7-8th, June 13-14th. Birmingham has availability April 4-5th in London.

Also please look at the photo below to see how the students look at the beginning versus end of class, how much happier and more relaxed do they look? I know it’s a brighter day, but they are radiant, illuminated.

I look forward to seeing you there!

With Love,

Antonia

Antonia Harman
Founder, Divine Empowerment

Direct Line: +44 7956 923 936

Email: antonia@divineempowerment.co.uk
Web: www.divineempowerment.co.uk

The densification of emotion into disease

Hello, my lovely tribe!

I’m in excited to be in Birmingham this weekend teaching my level 1 class. I’ll tell you all about it next week.

Today I want to discuss the densification of emotion into disease.

I had a client a few years ago, whose mother had breast cancer. She had come home to die, as the doctors could do nothing more to help. Her husband had passed away a few years before. I believe that her grief had caused the cancer. Many people, who have cancer, have had a heart-breaking shock or situation happen prior to being diagnosed, often within 3-6 months.

Her daughter,  Mary was my client. She was also in deep grief, following the death of her father. Interestingly she had a lump in exactly the same place as her mother had cancer.

Clearing grief is pretty standard to me. We all suffer from it, from time to time. It’s often overwhelming. Thankfully, for most people, this is short-lived and we move on. Mary hadn’t yet moved on. It had been years, and she, like her mother,  was still deeply upset. I started to clear Mary’s grief, which should only take a few minutes at the most. It didn’t shift. It was like channeling through tar or mud. It felt a lot more solid than I had seen before.

I spent many additional hours working on her after the initial session. I was determined to fully clear this grief. It was a learning opportunity for me. It was also what she had paid me for!

It took me several days to clear the grief. Once it was finally gone and she was much more able to cope with the death of her father,  THE LUMP VANISHED!

I believe that she was pre-cancerous or maybe in the early stages of it? Once the grief went so did the lump. It seems that the lump was caused by the grief?

It is my belief that thoughts cause dis-ease. They cause everything. Thought is the seed of all things created by man.

Think about it.

The phone, tablet or PC you are using to read this, was initially created by thought. A team of extremely smart people imagined it into existence. They thought about how it would function, what it could do, how it would look. Then they made the parts to build it. The same goes for the chair you are sitting on. Everything, that is man-made, started as a thought. The Christian creation story works in the same way. God thought the world into existence.

Thoughts cause emotions. Something great happens and you have a dump of the happy hormones. Serotonin, oxytocin, dopamine etc. Then you feel happy. Something bad happens and the same happens to the stress hormones. Cortisol, adrenaline, glucagon etc.

It is my firm belief that thoughts cause everything, including disease.

I think that it is the densification of negative thoughts that causes disease. It’s simply a change of state. Gas, liquid, solid. The more upset we are for a prolonged time, the denser it all becomes.
Clearing grief is pretty easy for me these days. Literally, it is a fog of stagnated energy in a person’s field. This can evaporate naturally by simply moving on and forgiving the situation and the people involved. If you do not move on, it densifies and becomes more and more stagnated and solid.

Mary’s lump dissolved when her emotions did. This is strong anecdotal proof of my theory. It is also not only my theory, as it has been spoken about by many spiritual masters over the ages. It just became a lot more visceral to me whilst working on Mary. I pieced it together more for my own understanding.

Everything man-made is created by thought initially. Why not disease too?

Have a fab weekend,

Toodles,

Antonia

Let’s talk about death

Hi Tribe,

How are you today?

SO, I wanted to talk about death. Whilst in Thailand I spoke to a lady called Salma, whose mother had recently passed. We went to my room and I did my usual healing. She was pretty grief stricken as you can imagine, so I asked her to tune into her pain and I dissolved it instantly.

When she was feeling better, she told me an interesting story. Her mother was in a hospice for the last of her days. She was visited regularly by the family. Salma was the closest to her and really didn’t want to lose her wonderful mother.

One day her mother seemed to be delirious. Saying the strangest things. She was begging Salma for the ‘Key’. What Key? thought Salma. Her mother was bedridden and had no need for a key.

Salma spoke to a healer who worked at the hospice. Out of the blue, she asked if her mother was asking for anything.  Apparently, this is common-place when people are close to the end. They ask for a key, or a door, or a padlock. They feel that they are being locked down by their loved ones and are ready to go. They need permission to leave.

Salma went back to her mother and offered her the ‘imaginary’ key. She passed peacefully, that night, surrounded by her family. I found that such an interesting story that the key was the last thing holding her to this plain.

 

I have another interesting story too. Darren’s uncle recently committed suicide. When we were at the funeral we took some snacks. The paper plate was stained with beetroot and salad cream, in the shape of an angel or fairy. We took that as a sign that he had found peace. Have a look for yourself and let me know if you can see it too?

 

I’m also looking forward to teaching in Birmingham next weekend and London on  1st and 2nd February. See you there!

 

Have a great week.

 

With love,

 

Antonia