Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Contracts, Oaths, Vows & Akashic Records.

As you are aware, if you read this blog regularly, I have been studying the Yuen Method as a compliment to my Soul/Source Connection Work. Since the beginning of the year I have so enjoyed amalgamating the two techniques (which were not that different). What has happened for me, is a much quicker, faster, effective releasing of issues for people. 
Because I am who I am, I have added my own 'stuff' to what I check. Lately, as I have had the privilege of working with several people who, obvious to me, had done quite a bit of clearing and bang, very quickly I was into my own Soul/Source Connection work. I find that being able to clear utilizing the Yuen reference leads to the deeper more complex aspects which I have worked with for years.
It is great in these last few weeks to once more clearing Contracts, Oaths and Vows, plus Akashic Records. I even had an authentic self emerge the other day, and its been awhile since I integrated one of those into a person's energy field is was enjoyable to do it again.
Some people wonder at the difference of contracts, oaths and vows and the understanding I have come to over the years is contracts is where you have actually put a signature on a document of some kind. Somewhere in time and space you or someone else signed a document. Those documents - contracts have not been cancelled and still operate to this day. ie you were sold into slavery as a child. Someone sold you and made a mark or signed on a contract. Today, you wonder why you never seem to be able to stand up for yourself. In fact you may feel powerless whenever someone of authority (to you) tells you to do something. Clear the contract and you have space to be able to make a different response. That can be freedom.
Oaths on the other hand, come in different shapes and sizes. They are words said with feeling. I have found many oaths when people are pledging allegiance to a family, to an army or country. On the other hand I have found oaths where people have cursed the earth, the sky, other people (like a curse). The later oaths, especially towards God, the earth, the weather I have found can have had a profound affect on the person's relationship with the planet itself. Once oaths are cleared and the energy of the past life in which it occurred is gone, the person is more relaxed and has life work for them.
Vows always seem to come from a religious connotation and the person is going into service. Vows of celibacy, poverty, service, silence, all have had an affect on this lifetime. Vows totally need to be released to allow in joy, abundance, love, sexual enjoyment (even conceiving children) or the ability to speak to people easily. Releasing these vows again with the past life or lives will make a tremendous difference in the person's life.
Then comes the Akashic Records and I have written on this before, as how interestingly different topics they are. They appear to me as titles on a page. These titles are sometimes so difficult to understand, but I tune in and discover what exactly it refers to. Self forgiveness is the key to clear and release these recorded pages. I have also found very often that there are two Akashic  Records which need clearing and they can have the opposite perspectives.
For instance this last week, I had a client who had two Akashic Records to clear. One of them was 'Love Is Pain'.  This is a person who has trouble with emotions, feelings and relationships. Upon looking at the scene where this came from, I saw a young woman, holding a baby in her arms, while her husband was boarding a sailing ship to sail away and not come back. Hence the blame towards the husband and herself with the belief that 'Love Is Pain'. Upon seeing this scene, I pointed out that Love was painful - separation was painful. That separation from the source - God - leads to pain - not Love. Once the self forgiveness prayer was said (I have them say out loud after me if they are with me in person or on the phone. If they are not there, then I do it myself as their emissary.) When the page disappears before my eyes then I know the forgiveness is done.
In the client's session, the second Akashic Record was on which was labelled 'Possessions are Mine' and all I could feel was greed, gluttony and ownership of possessions. Here I saw a merchant man, large in size and surrounded by all sorts of objects of art, statues, everything materially. It as like he could not get enough, enough food, enough possessions. Here the need was to forgive for feeling Love could be found in food, material possessions etc. Again once the forgiveness prayer was done, then the page disappeared and all was in order.
The client said when the session was over (there was other aspects released too) that she felt really good and clear and that what I had said during the session had given her so much understanding as to why her life was like it is.
My heart is full when I'm able to aid people in clearing these old, time worn, contracts, oaths, vows and Akashic Records, as I know their lives will be different from that day forth. Finding the inner peace and happiness which we all desire and want.
At this moment I give thanks for being shown how to access the information and have the ability to be able to be of service.
For a moment take a second and think about your life ... ask "what contacts, oaths, vows or akashic records do I have that are affecting my life." You may be surprised by the answer.
Have a great day!

Norma Cowie
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Email: norma@normacowie.com

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Inner Light

I was doing a major cleanup on my office - throwing away old papers, vacuuming etc when I came across a poem (prose) which I wrote for a talk I did at the Celebration Centre here in Penticton last year.  It does not have a date on it, but I do remember it was Fall last year. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did reading it. I thought it was a good reminder.

Inner Light
We stand and look outside to rain or sunshine
But do we stop to look inside ---

Deep, deep. deep within a spark, a light resides
Look down within as far as you can
Find it, breathe into it and you will understand!

This light is life --- love all there is --- connection to the one!

This light residing so deep inside wants breath to reside
inside in joy, peace and most of all . . .

To reflect the mighty one in life complete
and totally free to BE!

You are the light - the light of love -
A breath, a recognition of life in the flame
that resides deep within.

Norma Cowie
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 Email: norma@normacowie.com
Blog: http://www.moviereviewswithnormacowie.blogspot.com/

Monday, August 09, 2010

Home Alone

Finally, home alone!  No visitors, no more travelling for awhile. Just home alone. I love it when people come and stay, I love it when I show people around, but I truly love just being home alone, by myself, doing what I want when I want.
I left Calgary and drove southward on Hwy 2 to Hwy 3. I stopped near Pincher Creek to top up the gas for the car (after all it is cheaper in Alberta) and then drove through the Crowsnest Pass. Its been alot of years since I drove that way, and after coming through Hwy I (Banff) with its towering mountains the Crowsnest seems small and an easy way to go. I drove to Cranbrook, where I stopped at WalMart (where else) to visit the facilities plus do a little shopping and then over the parking lot to Penningtons where they had a wonderful sale on, so bought a few tops for next to nothing. I made myself my shake lunch and then off to Trail where I was staying with Eleanor for a couple of nights.
Eleanor kindly gave up her bed for me, and it was like sleeping in the Arabian Nights story. Lovely curtains (with lace even) all around. Oh yes, we visited an Italian Resturant which I have eaten at before and has lots of food, which necessitated taking some back to Eleanor's.  Saturday loomed and we went for a drive around the area visiting a fruit market and seeing the places Eleanor had grown up plus a look at the hospital lab where she works.  Then, the surprise was a wedding. Eleanor had been invited to a wedding so I 'crashed' the wedding.  Then we went for a wonderful wedding dinner with loads of salads and spoke with the lady across the table from me, who I knew was also a fellow life traveller. Interesting day.
Sunday, saw me back on the road home, stopping at Osoyoos and having lunch with Suzanne who was lonley as her husband has been back east for several weeks. It was a great stop and then HOME!
Maureen who has been watering my plants had the yard looking wonderful (even better than I do) so I was pleased with that, and the inside was as tidy as when I left it. Something I have learned to do - leave it tidy so when you arrrive road weary the place is welcoming.
Today I'm catching up with myself, and have a meeting in an hour. But wanted to catch everyone up with me being back home, alone and now getting ready for the next few weeks of getting caught up with paperwork.
Its interseting how when you are driving with only yourself and your mind that you figure out all the things you can do, need to do and 'should' do. I have a mental list quite long, which will keep me busy. Mostly its about getting ready for the two intensives coming up this fall. So the next few weeks will be involved with getting those in action.
Right outside my window is my bird feeder, and the little sparrows are having a great time getting their heads in the holes and eating. Maureen must have filled it since I left as it was full last night and no only one third is left so more bird feed will need to be put in. Sometimes I seem the most wonderfully colored birds, unfortunately I still have not learned all the names. A bigger, darker bird has just come up and most of the little ones are flittering around but not landing. 
It will be good to be back into some semblance of order and quiet again. I'm reading a Star Wars book right now....a new one, which does not belong to any series but is based on an internet game. I ordered it by mistake, but its really exciting, so I'm enjoying it.
You have a great day!
PS  Hope to go see a movie tomorrow, so a new movie review coming up - remember:
Norma Cowie
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Email: norma@normacowie.com

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Visitors, Rockies & Calgary

Here I am in Calgary, Alberta. I saw Karen off to San Francisco for her course yesterday. She had a week with me, after the Tea Party (last post). To bring you uptodate.  I had taken Vida to Vancouver to stay with her friends. Then I went and stayed with my friend Sonia in Surrey for a few days, catching up with dear friends with a pot luck on the Sunday and then Monday having a massage by friend Beverley in Tsawwassen, which I always love and enjoy. Looked over their Natural Comfort's new digs - which are great (booked to do a channeling session there in October when I'm next back in Vancouver). After the massage I went and did some appointments and then 'highlight of the day' a swim in the pool, finishing up with a hot tub before heading back to Surrey and Sonia. What a day!  Fun for me. Hot yes, but my car has air conditioning.
Tuesday am I was up super early - 5am - to go to the Vancouver airport to pick up Karen who had flown in from Hawaii, where she had spent three days (she had come from New Zealand.).  Put her to bed at Sonia's while I did some phone consultations and then when she woke up went down to White Rock and showed her where we had lived. Met up with friend Anne and had supper at Cosmos on the beach. Back to Sonia's and sleep.
Wednesday left Sonia's around 8.30am, with all bags packed. I did the scenic tour out to Horseshoe Bay, and back through Vancouver ending up having lunch with Bridget at Los Margaritas, one of my favourite Mexican food places when I'm in Vancouver before leaving to drive back to Penticton. Being with Karen is interesting. She not only had not been to Canada before, but she is studying perfumery, and has a heightened sense of smell. She loved the smell of our firs, cedars and almost anything else. So plants and trees were her fascination.
Arriving back in Penticton, I had my house full. My exBob and his fiancee plus son Rob, Melanie and family where all there.  Great to see them, but I had my wires crossed. I thought they were staying until Friday, so on Thursday I had early appointments booked in order to have the day free for them, but they all left by 10.30am....so my house was empty besides Karen. The good part was I got my bed back, and instead of being on the chesterfield and Karen on the air mattress, we were in beds.  We spent most of Thursday resting and me catching up on the computer.
Friday, clients early am, and then we left for Osoyoos. Friend Suzanne joined us for lunch at the Native (can't remember how to spell its name) Cultural Centre. Well, what a lunch, food like I've not experienced before. A two hour lunch with wonderful phenomenal (expensive) food. None of us regretted the prices at all, because it was super, duper wonderful.  Three courses all magnificent. Then we looked around town and then it was back home to Penticton.
Saturday, am the market as usual, then home with a small sleep and get ready for the barbecue that night. Some people showed up early and helped as Ted and Teresa arrived with their tents and with mine, we had the lawn covered, three tents (it was predicted some rain - which did not come) and so we had a food tent, and people sitting tents. Over 30 people showed up. It was a fun night and then the wind came up around 8pm and so very quickly everything went, tents were down and all was back to 'normal'.  When I went inside the few dishes had all been washed by some washing angel.
Sunday - rest and a huge thunderstorm to wake us up in the afternoon.
Monday, leaving for Golden. I had been looking for this part of the trip for Karen for ages. Had it all planned and wanted her to experience the Rockies. One of the views I like is when you approach Revelstoke and you look out the Rockies are there in the background, looming, inviting saying 'we are here'. Well because of the smoke (lots of fires in BC right now) you could not see through the smoke/haze/whatever it was. So the Rogers Pass was not super wonderful, but Golden appeared and we had some rain and the next morning the wind and rain had cleared most of the smoke and the mountains were visible.
Tuesday. We left Golden quite late, after shopping in the town and then we stopped along the way, in particular Lake Louise, where the glacier is almost gone, sad!!  Had lunch there, a great burger, which was so filling for me, I never got to my salad. Then onto Banff. I said to Karen, I will sit here and read my book, you go and look around. I thought 1 1/2 hours would be enough. Well when she did not come back, thought maybe she doesn't remember quite where the car is, so moved out onto the street, sat on a rock wall and read my book - no Karen. Another 3/4 hour later I saw her and she came up to me and then off again she went. So she had probably around 2 1/2 hours of looking and shopping in Banff, said she really liked the town and could live there (although maybe not when there was snow). Finally we arrived at Deanne's place in Calgary. She had kindly said we could stay.  I was glad to get here, get unloaded, watch some TV and off to bed.
Wednesday. Up and ready (Karen still sleeping) so I read my book -- doing a lot of reading the last few days -- finally Karen woke up, said she had not slept well, and she had her suitcase ready .... in the car ... off to the airport. Dropped her off then I went to the garage, where I bought my car back in May to have them service it. I ended up getting lost a couple of times, finally found it again and sat and finished my book, The Associate by John Grishom (enjoyable). I sat and waited quite a while as the mechanics came back from lunch, and gave my Jenny her oil change.  Then back to Deanne's via a hotel which I'm going to go see 1.30 today. I'm hoping to rent space there in November for my intensive.
Thursday. I have just completed an appointment. Everyone else who was making an appointment with me ended up cancelling or not confirming....so this afternoon I will be off to see the hotel and then tonight there is a pot luck barbecue for me to attend.  I may get some shopping done this afternoon. This is like a holiday. Tomorrow I'm off to visit Eleanor in Trail so the holiday continues for a few more days before I get home to stay (unless something else unforeseen comes along) until October when I go to Vancouver. Strangely, October does not seem that long away.
Anyways, trust your summer is going well. Lightening and thunder can be so fascinating to watch.
Lots of love
Norma Cowie
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Email: norma@normacowie.com