Stepping up

I was drawn to restart my posts in May this year when I felt that a global tipping point had been reached and that we were being called to action.  The question that arises from this is what kind of action is required to support global change? I hear this question a lot and will share my personal opinion here.

First of all, although action is essential, that does not mean that we all have to take up high positions in our community, or launch a charity, or travel to another country to do volunteer work. I believe that there are a few amongst us that are called in this way, but for most of us it is about living our current lives but doing so in a new way. If we can live impeccably in our smaller communities, then we may be called by Spirit to take this energy and activity into the wider world.

I believe in the fundamental truth of sacred activism, that we must get our internal house in order, our emotions and belief systems, before we can truly help the wider world. The same principle also applies as we start to focus our energy outward. We must find balance in the way we live our own lives before we can be an example to others.

Here are some areas I suggest you look at to help ensure you are living in balance with the earth and your community, leaving a soft footprint on the planet:

  • Do you eat meat? If so, can you cut down? Can you look for higher welfare standards and ideally have only wild meats that have not lived in containment or been slaughtered under stress?
  • Do you eat organic where possible? If not, you are supporting industrial scale farming that is damaging the environment.
  • Where does your electricity come from? There are business and private vendors of electricity that is entirely generated by renewable energy, so windmills, solar panels etc. There are even mobile phone companies that generate their power from renewable sources.
  • EMF – how much electromagnetic pollution do you generate or participate in? It is possible to survive without wi-fi, using cable technology and turning off all technological devices when they are not in use.
  • Do you travel in an eco-friendly manner? All air travel leaves a high carbon footprint, can you travel overland instead and choose destinations that you can reach easily. Can you walk or cycle instead of driving?
  • Do you shop in bulk and minimise those shopping trips that involve only one or two items?
  • Do you avoid plastic wherever possible, re-use where possible, recycle only when you can’t reuse and send to landfill only in extreme circumstances?
  • Do you check the provenance of everything you buy, from the cheap clothes to crystals? Do you know the carbon footprint and whether exploitative labour was involved? Did that product involve damage to the environment or de-forestation?
  • Are you a good neighbour? Do you support those around you or collude in gossip and judgement?
  • Does your work add value to the world or is it part of the problem? Is it time to either change the way you work or find something new to do?

The bottom line is that there are many steps that can be taken easily and without sacrifice. The test comes when the steps necessary to live in harmony with the world require us to sacrifice something we value, like foreign holidays, or cheap food. The low impact products are likely to cost us more so, assuming finances permit, we must all be prepared to pay more for the good of the world around us, or avoid damaging products where there is no acceptable alternative.

If we can live with love, balance and respect in our personal lives, then we are setting a strong foundation that can launch us into powerful work within our local community and beyond.

Of course, when we set an example in our private lives we are contributing to the energy of positive change and transformation. The power of millions of people living with love and respect in all aspects of their personal lives can, and will, change the world. There may be a few exceptional souls who act as role models and lead us with their positive examples, but real change comes from the majority doing the basics right, not the one or two who show us the way.



Tipping Point

I did write in 2016 that there were enough opinions in the world so it was time to cease sharing any more of my own.

I am writing again because I have been inspired by recent global events that suggest we have collectively reached a tipping point. I have heard that term used around climate change and how a single event in nature can lead to a domino effect that hugely amplifies its effects, but it also applies to our collective human consciousness. I believe that a series of significant events have now occurred that are a call to all of us to step up and become activists, in whatever way calls us.

The shift that I felt happen occurred earlier in May 2019 when a US court found Monsanto (Bayer) liable in court for the carcinogenic effects of glyphosate.  This was just one case, but it felt energetically very significant, that the previously unaccountable institutions of power were now being held to account. There are many other signs around the world, but this was the one that ‘tipped’ the energy for me.

From my perspective, what this means is that we are all now being called to take action wherever we are inspired to do so, wherever our heart can be broken, wherever we are most outraged. I believe we must sometimes be leaders, sometimes supporters and sometimes followers, but always taking part to some extent, bringing our energy for positive change to bear.

At an energetic level, this means that the time of deep internal focus on our personal healing journey is over. We have had plenty of time to do this work and the children of today and tomorrow can’t wait any longer for us to get our sacred house in order. The world is on the brink of complete transformation in one way or another and we all need to be involved in that or accept that we stood idly by.

This does not mean that we should stop our sacred inner healing work, just that it is no longer a priority.  I would take down this website if I felt it was no longer helpful in the bigger picture, but I don’t believe we are there yet. We just need to recognise that it is time to move beyond petitions and even marches of protest, they are helpful but no longer enough. We must commit all our energy to positive global change and live the lives we can honestly say represent the solution rather than the problem.  It is showing up in world events, it is showing up in individual sessions I have with clients; there is a new energy with us and it calls for action.


I have always found it very easy and natural to have opinions. These opinions form views and in many ways are the basis for these blogs.

What I have realised in recent months is that I no longer have as many opinions as I used to. Even when confronted with layers of fear and condemnation of the world around us, politicians, big business etc I am finding it harder and harder to find a definitive viewpoint. This is born out of my growing connection to the shamanic traditions and their values. I could summarise my understanding of some of these key values as follows:

1. Energies can be light or heavy but that does not mean good or bad. We do not understand the Divine perspective or plan for any soul, so it is not for us to judge whether a situation is a good one or a bad one.

2. Even challenges and perceived suffering could be part of that soul or country’s highest path.

3. We are all on hero’s journeys and our growth comes from transcending the challenges and obstacles we encounter. Without these aspects, we cannot understand who we truly are.

4. This does not mean we should live in apathy. We can still have preferences, visions for ourselves, our lives and the planet that we can choose to create.

5. If we wish to make changes in our world, we must make these changes in ourselves first and become the change we wish to see outside of us. We have no right or breadth of understanding to justify us making choices for other people, although clearly the energy we emit will radiate out and effect those around us.

This gentle way of living is incredibly powerful. The shaman who live like this create their world and take absolute responsibility for it. They do not give their power away to politicians or corporate leaders even though their material circumstances might be affected by them, they still take responsibility for the nature of the experience they have and their emotional response to it.

This is not to negate the extreme suffering that some souls are going through, only to accept that we do not know the higher context or meaning behind their experience and should not therefore judge it.

So that brings us back to opinions. To follow these gentle ways of living, opinions carry little value, they can verge on judgement and a view that one outcome is better than another. When we step away from this, life is just a series of creative opportunities that we generate through the balance of energies we emit. Where we have preferences, we simply need to ensure our resonance is in line with those preferences and trust that we will then create it.

So, maybe, for me, these blogs have had their day. Time will tell…..

With blessings,

Andrew Kemp


I have seen many clients in my practice who ask me to help them find consistent happiness. Their desire is to find happiness and stay in that state for the rest of their lives. I find that really interesting and I would like to share here how I try to work with this.

First of all, looking for positive emotions is fine, but if we do so at the expense of the heavier ones, these difficult emotions that we are trying to avoid will grow in power. The phrase ‘what we resist persists’ is so true, everything we push away from ourselves is immediately attracted in and if we look away from our fear, shame, sadness etc, we will still emit their energy from our shadow self and attract in experiences influenced by their vibrations.

We will also likely project what we are not prepared to experience in ourselves onto other people. For instance, if we are only willing to embrace our happiness, we might become angry when our partners express their sadness. It is uncomfortable when someone else is prepared to enter a space we are avoiding and this can be very detrimental to the relationship.

When we avoid something within us we are saying that we are afraid of it, that we do not trust that we can look into whatever that heaviness is and emerge safely out the other side. Resistance is born out of fear. Fear attracts things to be afraid of.

I would suggest that the best way to find light and positive emotions within us is to be prepared to turn towards all that is not in that state. In this way, we bring our conscious love and attention into our shadows which will naturally transmute them. When we connect with our emotional wounds from a non-judgmental, loving place, then that emotion must fade. It may be uncomfortable for a while as we connect with our shame, grief, anger etc but this kind of authentic process will allow us to step into the wound and out the other side.

So, going back to the point of this blog, I believe that if we strive to be happy all the time, we will likely achieve the opposite, as our hidden sadness grows in the strength given to it from our avoidance and fear. I prefer to target peace as a goal. This is a state that we can be in regardless of the emotions we are feeling and will facilitate a deep and loving connection with anything we encounter that is not based in love. Peace requires faith, courage and love, so when we are in that state any emotions we feel are easily transmuted. This is the way to move towards greater states of happiness without having to attach to that particular emotion as a constant in our lives.

With blessings,

Andrew Kemp


“You are all worthy; if you weren’t all worthy, believe me, you would not exist, because creation does not make mistakes. Thus, if you exist you belong; there is a reason why creation is not complete without you. Stop arguing with creation. Take it at its word; if you exist, you deserve to exist and if you deserve to exist you deserve to be who you are as fully as you possibly can. This is just simple logic”. Darryl Anka

I have heard many variations of the basic laws of manifestation, how to create and live the highest expression of yourself, but the following steps based on the work of Darryl Anka offer the clearest and most inspiring template I have come across. If creation really is incomplete without us, then surely we have some sort of moral responsibility to honour the gift of ‘us’ by being ‘us’ in the highest expression we can manifest? Here are the 7 steps:

Step 1 – Find your vision

Where is your joy? What could you embody that would bring you the most peace, happiness and fulfillment? What is the way of living that allows you to most fully express your true self? This could be within a job, but generally is a way of life rather than a career choice. It will need to be for the benefit of others in some way if it is to give you that tingle of validation from your soul, rather than the less fulfilling and less enduring satisfaction that comes from soothing the wounded ego. Our souls are only satisfied by some form of expression of love in service. In setting your vision, remember to make it a statement of intent rather than a route map. If you want to teach, set that simple goal as your vision, without expectation of grade, location, subject or timescales. Life could well have a mechanism to deliver your vision that is far beyond anything you could possibly imagine.

Step 2 – Give it your passion

Knowing what you want to do is important, but it is the raw desire you bring to your vision that provides the energy to bring it into life. An idea needs the driving force of a racing pulse and your burning passion.

Step 3 – Believe it can happen

If you are excited about your vision, but do not believe it is possible or that you deserve all the joy it represents, then it will not happen. You will create exactly what you expect to receive, as little or as much as you can embrace within your sense of self-worth and within your faith in your creative powers. Creation is absolutely precise; you will get what you envisage to the exact extent that you believe it to be possible, safe and deserved.

This is the area I focus on most in a kinesiology session; I look to find and release all the shadow beliefs that stop you allowing your vision to take form.

Step 4 – Acceptance

Now is the time to accept that your vision, supported by your passion and your positive beliefs, must come true. There is no other way; this creative journey is inevitable. Embrace it as such.

Step 5 – Intention

Having an exciting vision in important, but you must also have the willpower and focus to bring this into effect. You will need to make the conscious choice that this new way of being is to become your reality. This is not about passion or desire, this is about clarity of intent, the dedication that takes your vision beyond a wistful dream to the clear statement that ‘this is who I am’.

Step 6 – Action

With this all in place, it is time to behave and live your life as though this vision is already in place. Ground the first 5 points into action through your words, body language and behaviour. As Ghandi once said – “be the change you want to see in the world”. If you want to be an artist, then paint.

Step 7 – Allowance

Having set all of this in place, now let it go, utterly. Completely disconnect from any need for a specific outcome, let go of any expectation that it is either necessary or needed, that there is a right or wrong way for you to live your life. This is one of life’s many paradoxes, that to receive something you must let it go. This non-attachment greases the wheels of creation and allows you to effortlessly move from one plane of existence to another, from the life created by your old beliefs and perceived obligations to one based on your new joyous vision.

When you put all this into place, you will create your new reality and life will reflect that back to you. The key point here is that you need to take the first step, you cannot expect to be receptive of support in life unless you lead the creative process. I have heard people say ‘it was not meant to be’, as if creation has a specific list of what you are allowed and not allowed to do or become. I believe that the real truth here is that life is continuously reflecting back to you everything you are projecting through your beliefs, upbringing, genetics, community values, faith system, education and self-worth. As you have this power of creation, you might as well use it consciously. Why follow false trails from these tired old programmes, often based on duty and guilt, when you can create a loving and joy-filled life based on genuine free choice?

With blessings

Andrew Kemp

The power of myth

I have just completed a weeks retreat at Glastonbury, exploring the myths associated with that area, of Joseph and Mary, Arthur and Guinevere. We also explored the ancient myths of Iron John and the oldest recorded of all, the Sumerian story of Inanna and her descent to the underworld.

There were many deep learnings that came out of this for me, but they all showed the relevance of these mythical stories to our world today. They create a framework that holds our society; that explain the heroic journeys we are all invited to embark upon, if we hear the call and choose to answer it. As we pass these stories down the generations, we invite our children to live courageously and explore how the basic structure of each myth plays out in their lives.

One of the most beautiful connections for me was embodying the pure masculine, the powerful and playful energy that is strong and direct but by no means savage. This pure energy has been partially lost in society these days where we are ruled by the shadow masculine, where competitiveness, greed and hierarchical thinking set the rule-base that we are encouraged to follow.

The off shoot of embodying this pure power for a while was feeling how damaging the opposite of this power is. If we deny it or are afraid of it, we bring out the shadow aspects in those around us. In other words, we all set a tone for our environment and any weakness on our part leaves a space that will bring out shadow qualities in those around us. Have you engaged with someone avoiding their true power, perhaps lost in addiction of some sort, and felt your frustration rising to the surface? That is this effect in action, it takes a very balanced person not to succumb.

Another way of looking at this is that if we don’t own our issues, we pass them onto our loved ones to hold them for us, and reflect them back. When we take back and release our wounds, we free our loved ones from the burden of holding them for us, of being our mirror, and allow them the freedom to embrace what is genuinely unresolved for them. Relationships can then become healthy and supportive rather than ‘woundships’ where both parties are stuck in co-dependency and negative reflections.

The other major learning for me comes from the legend of Inanna and what this represents about the descent of the feminine. I know so many people who want to stay on an even keel all the time, to be constantly happy and balanced. If they slip into sadness, they try to come back out of it quickly through distraction or engagement in the many addictions and titillations life can offer us.

It is a bit like running around in the autumn trying to stick the leaves to the trees so that they will not fall. It just doesn’t work; the leaves naturally want to fall as a prelude to the winter and then to spring when the leaves will return, and the tree will have everything it used to have and more besides. This is the key point for me, shown in this myth, that when we allow ourselves to be part of the death and rebirth process that permeates all of life, we become stronger. When we try to cling to what we have, whether that be money, our children or happiness, we become weak. This is a life paradox, we are most likely to lose what we try to hold onto the most. In contrast, when we are truly prepared to sacrifice everything, to die to who we are in every moment of our lives, then we will be ‘rich’ beyond our wildest imaginings. This death and rebirth is the essence of the feminine energy in us all, not just in woman where it is most visible through the monthly menses.

Ironically, by not attaching to any particular state of being such as happiness, wealth, or comfort, we allow our deepest emotions to emerge and we have the courage, as the true heroes we are, to descend to our inner underworld to embrace and release all that we have locked away down there. We then emerge stronger and more balanced. We can even learn to welcome those depressive or difficult moments because we know that they are doorways to growth and higher states of love and happiness. We can then be at peace all the time because we no longer resist those temporary emotions and difficult feelings. We can find joy in all our emotions, this is the true gift of understanding and embracing the paradox this concept represents.

If we try to cling onto happiness we lose it, if we allow it the freedom to fly like a butterfly on a gentle summer breeze, we can even enjoy watching it fly away.

With blessings

Andrew Kemp

Losing Control

I want to share a personal story that demonstrates a key learning for me, that perhaps may be of interest to you too.

We live on a smallholding in the country with an assortment of animals; goats, chickens and sheep. They are largely separated into different areas, but goats being goats, the young ones are particularly adept at jumping over fences, or crawling through any weak gaps they can find.

As the field is more than sufficient for their needs, I committed myself to improving the fencing, making it stronger and higher, but wherever I placed my attention, they would leave that space alone and force a gap somewhere else in the field. This came to a head recently when the goats got out, came into our garden, ate some of our shrubs, trampled down the chicken wire protecting the chickens and ate their food (which isn’t particularly good for them).

The local foxes then walked over the chicken wire that had been trodden down and killed two chickens. Our dog followed them in later and ate the left-over food we had put out for the chickens, and then promptly threw up on the kitchen rug. AARRGH!

This was my cue to feel into the deeper message here. The more I tried to control this situation, to erect barriers and keep nature under control, the more life rebelled against my plans. I was guided to do the opposite, to surrender and let nature do its thing. I opened the gate to the field and let the goats all walk out as a herd.

Rather than the youngsters dashing into the garden, the herd stayed together as a unit and grazed delicately around the local hedgerows. When they had fed fully, they returned to their shelters and gently chewed the cud through the afternoon. No dramas , no ripples.

So my challenge to myself is to explore what other areas of my life I try to control. Do I have beliefs, visions and plans that are actually limiting rather than liberating? Are my greatest visions for my life actually just barriers, denying me access to something even more amazing that lies out there for me? If I truly let go, allowing the dynamics of natural order to take over, would it be chaotic or serene? The goats have shown me that life has a natural balance, when lived in the moment, outside the direction of the mind. When we surrender to that, anything is possible…..

With blessings

Andrew Kemp

The spiritual matrix

This is a very personal view, but I am excited about the maturity that seems to be emerging in the new-age movement. At its core, I see ‘new ageism’ as the drive to bring love into the world in a simple but pure form, an attempt to transmute all that is not love through an open heart.

This is fine to a point, but by rejecting or battling against all that is not love, we are energising a world of duality, of right and wrong. In many ways, this achieves the very opposite of what the movement is all about, as it polarises energy into different camps, which by their very nature create separation and discord. Those who are not prepared to embrace the darkness inside themselves can deny their deepest healing potential and live in a world of fear where constant protection is needed against the powers of the dark outside them. You could call this duality the ‘matrix’, a battleground if we choose to see it that way.

In this new growing sense of maturity, I am seeing many more articles about the need to embrace our shadows, to work with the light and dark together, recognising them as the building blocks of our Universe. When we embrace our shadow and our fears, we disempower them and take away the power of duality, of taking sides, of right and wrong, of good and evil. The matrix itself must then crumble. As Rumi said “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about.”

The second area that excites me is the growing questioning of just how far the matrix extends. Personally, and this is a matter of faith clearly, I believe that the matrix extends into the astral realms of spirit. Re-incarnation, Karmic debt, even heaven and hell, are all belief systems. Buddhism talks about Samsara and transcending the wheel of suffering; Christians believe Christ died for our sins, to release us from our suffering so that we may live in the grace of that salvation.

I write this only to challenge you to see where you stand on these issues. Do you agree? Does it bring up outrage or other emotions? For me, there is no greater topic of discussion than how we live our lives and what we aspire to achieve or become, if anything.

With blessings

Andrew Kemp

Service, servant or servitude

Light workers often refer to being ‘in service’, of being incarnated fundamentally for the benefit of all beings. This may be for a wide range of reasons; perhaps to honour Divine will or to clear old karma.

In working with clients, I have found that this area is rarely straightforward as our motivation for being of assistance to others carries many layers of complication. For simplicity, I will explore these under 3 headings – service, servant or servitude. In practice, we are all spread across the range, with aspects of each heading relevant to us to some degree. If you find yourself strongly in one of the latter two categories, then there may be work to do to release the programmes that keep you there.

In service

This is a place of pure unconditional love, of true altruism. To give to others from this place is an act of love that has no personal reward; it is just a natural and inevitable expression of love from a soul that knows no other way of being. To be here permanently is the act of an enlightened being. The focus is on one’s own soul growth and expression, but the heart of someone in this category is so open that any engagement with another living being is a gift of love that has transformational benefits. At best, most people can only occupy this place for a few moments at a time. A servant

A servant is someone who knows about spirituality, who feels that they are here to help others, but does so from a wounded place. There may be elements of genuine compassion, but a fundamental driver for helping others is the warm feeling it gives and the sense of value it bestows on their life and soul. People in this category are awakened in the spiritual sense and aware of many universal laws, but still carry enough guilt and low self-esteem for their actions to have a secondary agenda, a need of some sort. The overall energy projected is fundamentally positive, but is not entirely pure. The laws of attraction reflect this back precisely, giving the benefactor a connection to love but also tweaking their wounded ego, encouraging them to do more, to be an even better friend etc, or perhaps to embrace the wounds that keep them from pure love and service.

In servitude

Someone in this category is so full of their own guilt and self-judgment that they need to perform almost constant acts of charity or ‘friendship’ in an attempt to save their soul, perhaps even to avoid the judgment of a God they believe might wish to punish them for their sins. They might be the person that is always driving friends around, always an open ear to someone else’s stories without ever sharing their own. They attract toxic friends.

The energy transmitted from this place comes from fear and has no wider benefit to the planet. Those on the receiving end may benefit less than they think, as they are involved in an unbalanced dynamic, but they are at least part of a useful mirror to the ‘giver’ who may be grasping at any mechanism to increase their sense of self-love and respect. This category is all about ‘giving to get’. It is a place for martyrs, in the negative sense of the word.

If you wish to clear any negative energy you may carry in this area I suggest you say the following affirmation three times:

“I (your name) under the Laws of Decree, hereby decree that I will no longer be in servitude to guilt, but instead be in service to love, through love, from this moment on. Amen”.

With blessings

Andrew Kemp

The healing process

This is a bit of a broken record on my part, but the subject comes up so regularly with my clients that I feel it needs exploring in more detail. We all have unresolved emotions, feelings that have been locked away inside from a time when we did not fully understand what was happening or were simply unable to hold ourselves in love. To embrace those emotions now with love is all we need to do to let them go, along with all the negative beliefs that have formed around them. This sounds really simple, so why do we spend years, sometimes all our lives, searching for the process that will free us from our past?

I have written this note fundamentally as a message to my clients but it may also help anyone with deep desire to release their emotional wounds.

I can only share with you my experiences and encourage you to use your discernment to feel deeply into these words and follow what feels right for you in your heart. Remember that your wounded self will also have a view that is unlikely to be in your highest interests; it will probably want to avoid any difficulty or emotional pain, so try to feel from a soft place of love and acceptance. Sometimes you need to try out a practice to see if it really works for you or not.

What a therapist can do

A therapist is a facilitator, not a healer. You are the healer. All I can do is try to point you in the right direction and remove as many blocks as possible to your process. This may involve looking at your diet, toxicity, trigger points in your personal history, core beliefs, environment, ancestral wounds, interfering energies, chakra and aura imbalances etc. By working energetically during the session, much of this can be released and a process agreed for whatever dietary or lifestyle changes are needed.

To put this into a bigger picture, I believe our souls have been given tools to help them experience life. We each need a mind, heart and hara/womb to help us express ourselves, along with a light body to act as intermediary between our soul and our embodied physical form. The world we live in pushes us to be led by the power of the mind and to gain satisfaction from superficial pleasures. It takes courage to break free of this constant bombardment of worldly temptations to live in our pure hearts and souls. Kinesiology can help identify areas where your mind is in control or running programmes that are holding back your pure soul expression.

What a therapist cannot do

What I cannot do is directly heal your soul or take away the emotional wounds that lie within it. That would be unloving. I believe God gave us free will to use as we wish, leaving us the space to learn from, and take responsibility for, all the unloving decisions we make in our personal lives and as part of communities, nations and the human race itself. It is not for me to interfere in this Divine process, although I can communicate with your pure soul to explore areas that need your attention and your loving embrace.

Owning your healing

So, if the responsibility to deeply heal lies with you, how do you go about it? The key principle I would suggest is ‘feel to heal’. Our souls naturally express themselves through feelings like joy, love, compassion, gratitude and patience, and are damaged by emotions like guilt, grief, anger, fear and avarice. By connecting to these suppressed emotions from a position of love, we transmute and clear them, thereby healing our souls. Love naturally brings up and releases all that it is not. It is therefore important to connect with the deepest causal wounds, not the superficial emotional ripples they create.

If the main emotion you feel is anger, anxiety or fear, you are living in the expression of your causal wounds rather than their core. Your deepest wounds are likely to be abandonment, grief, shame, unworthiness or something similar.

Remember that you do not need to know what you are experiencing, just honour and nurture whatever emotions come up to be felt and released, praying to go into the deepest layers they posses.

It is also worth saying that little worthwhile comes without dedication, discipline, devotion, discernment and desire. If you really have the desire to honour your eternal soul, you cannot simply slot in your healing around your life, your life must be fitted in around your healing. This is not about setting aside large amounts of time each day, it is about a state of mind that sees everything that happens to you from your soul’s perspective. How does that make me feel? Why did I attract in this experience? What can it teach me? What would love do in this situation?

A healing process

Here is my suggested plan to help you connect with your feelings and work with whatever issues appear during our sessions:

1. Every morning on waking, place your left hand on your heart, your right hand on your hara/womb. Breathe deeply into them 5 times. Do steps 1-5 at this time.

2. Then pray to God, along these lines. “Beloved Mother Father God, please send me your Divine love”. (You can substitute Creator / Divine Healing Intelligence etc for God if you prefer). Breathe deeply several times and be open to experiencing the grace of Divine love in whatever form it may express; it could feel like a love wash, it could help you connect with deeply repressed emotions, or you may feel nothing at all. (Many of us do not feel we deserve this love and so do not allow it in. If so, this is the first wound to explore).

3. Allow yourself to honour and embrace any emotions you are experiencing. These might have no context but could follow themes we explored together in your last kinesiology session.

4. Pray: “Beloved Mother Father God, please help me feel and release my deepest wounds to love.” If you are working on a particular issue you can personalise this, for instance. “Please help me feel and release all the underlying emotions behind my lack of self-esteem”.

5. Sit/lie quietly for at least 10 minutes, experiencing all that emerges from a place of openness and love. Stay in love and keep praying. Do not force the pace or try to drag emotions up that are not ready to appear. If you keep receiving Divine love, your wounds will inevitably appear at the right time. Love will flush them out!

6. During the day, keep repeating these simple prayers and be aware of all emotions that arise. Find time to sit with them when they do, knowing that if the time is not right, you can ask for the emotions to remain gently in the background for a better time. But….. please do not put limitations on your desire. Have the fundamental trust that these emotions will arise in an appropriate time and surrender completely to the process. Caveats such as ‘I have a busy week coming up, can they wait for the weekend please’ put your life before your soul and do not reflect true desire.

7. Be aware of synchronous events that arise during the day that challenge you to either experience something in a new way or feel deeply the emotions they bring up.

Above all else, remember that this is all about Love. Love heals everything and Divine love is the most powerful love of all. I rely on God to support me in my process and to hold the space for me to feel and release all my emotional wounds. I suggest you do the same, in whichever way your faith allows.

With blessings

Andrew Kemp

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