Euthanasia: Do You Really Need It? This Will Help You Decide!

Posted by on Jun 24, 2014 in Aspects of life

Euthanasia: Do You Really Need It? This Will Help You Decide!   Our Experience of Life and Death is tightly connected with our childhood experiences and our Unmet Needs. Awareness helps us to take back our responsibility.   How do you feel about Euthanasia? Death and dying always intrigued me and Euthanasia has long been an ethical issue for me as a physician. Who was I to assist you to end your life? Euthanasia is a huge territory, and by delving deep into this matter we might discover a great deal about our relationship with the cosmic principle of life and death. Do you remember a moment where you wanted to die, and after profound deliberation you chose to live? In this article we wonder if we really need Euthanasia? In order to assist you to deicide, we first define euthanasia and then connect it with our unmet needs.   What is Euthanasia? Euthanasia is the right to die painlessly, when you suffer from an incurable, often painful, disease or condition. Some countries, like Belgium, have detailed and far-reaching policies around Euthanasia. It is remarkable how Belgium creates the possibility to have meaningful conversations around difficult issues such as euthanasia. Underlying these policies lies the desire to give the responsibility back to the individual person who has the possibility to consider Euthanasia. And the pitfall of regulating Euthanasia is that through the complexity of the procedure people often feel lost, overwhelmed and powerless. What makes Euthanasia such a complicated issue? Euthanasia is about death and dying. Death and dying are intrinsically connected with our soul’s purpose. Whatever happens and has ever happened to you and around you will affect how you live and how you die. Let us return to the developmental steps we all take in our lives and how they can create unmet needs (you can read more about these developmental steps in: How our Childhood Stories can Bridge our Soul’s Purpose). Those unmet needs will clarify how we handle death and dying and help us decide whether we need Euthanasia!   A lack of safety and a desire to return to the spiritual realm, versus creating safety within your body-mind Unbearable pain of emptiness as a reason to die, versus achieving inner recognition Trying to control the ‘inevitable’ versus a balanced inner authority with regard to death and dying Unmet needs around giving and receiving love, choosing death in order not to be a burden versus compassion for self and others Taking responsibility for your death and dying from a place of failure and burnout versus taking responsibility in deep connection with all that is.   Unmet physiological needs During your stay in the womb until the age of six months, you are very vulnerable and depending on your primary caregivers to have your basic physiological needs met ¾ food, warmth, comfort and rest. If those...

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Want To Have A More Appealing Sleep? Read This!

Posted by on Jun 14, 2014 in Aspects of life

Want To Have A More Appealing Sleep? Read This! Sleep is something fascinating; we all need it and very often we don’t have the sleep we want, we are awake for hours. How can we understand our sleep and make it part of our life pulse?   How is your sleep? We all sleep. It is an inherent part of our human condition. Did you know that we use only 5 to 10% less energy while we sleep than when we are awake? A great deal is written about sleep; this article offers you a new perspective. Sleep helps you to define who you are. It nourishes and nurtures you and it completes what you started during the day. Who you are is a spiritual Self or soul that forms a partnership with a human Self. This human Self is a physical body and its energy field or personality. This energy field has seven distinct layers that penetrate each other and the physical body; you can also discern seven energy vortices or chakras. Barbara Brennan offers us in-depth descriptions of our human energy field in her books.   In this article we start with the scientific perspective, and then we add the spiritual knowledge and make use of our insights on the life pulse. The purpose of our sleep is to integrate and assimilate what happened to us and around us during the day. Our different sleep stages correspond to specific brain waves and each set of three stages is alternated with a phase of dreaming. The moment between waking and sleeping is a moment of deep connection between our soul and body-mind. Our sleep itself is a process of moving back from the seventh (outermost) level of our energy field inward through all the levels until we arrive back in the cells of our bodies for another moment of stasis.   What is the purpose of our sleep? Sleep is universal in the animal kingdom, and during sleep most systems in an animal are at a heightened state of growth and rejuvenation. Our metabolism is only decreased by 5 to 10%. So our sleep is not a time when we conserve energy. We need this expenditure of energy, as research has revealed that the overall role of sleep is the consolidation and organization of synaptic connections that were formed during learning, experience and recent memory. The complete purpose and mechanisms of our sleep are only partially clear from a scientific perspective. How will our insights of the life pulse add more depth to these scientific perspectives? The life pulse is a cosmic principle of alternating phases of expansion, stasis, contraction and again stasis, through which all living beings and nature move. Like the life pulse, sleep consists of stasis, contraction and back to a moment of stasis before the start of a new day. You assimilate and integrate...

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The Life pulse Mystery

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014 in Aspects of life

The Life pulse Mystery   Through this cosmic principle we engage with the limitless energy soup around us and affect our lives, our relationships and definitely our reality.     Are you familiar with this cosmic principle of the life pulse? The whole process of how we create our reality in this moment is astonishing and complex. The life pulse is a cosmic principle, which can assist you to achieve more clarity. Can you imagine our current reality being a mirror of what we believe? The life pulse is the principle that engages with your beliefs of how the world is. This article starts with defining the life pulse and weaves the cosmic principle of the life pulse through the sequences of our map of physics, enabling us to gain some insight into the concept of creation.     What is the life pulse? The life pulse has different components, which alternate between expansion and contraction. There is always a moment of stasis, followed by a wave of expansion, ending in another moment of stasis and leading to a wave of contraction, completed again in a moment of stasis, which at the same time starts a new wave of expansion. Everything in nature follows this principle. You can recognize it in the trees, the plants, the animals and the seasons. There is extensive spiritual literature in the Pathwork lectures around the cosmic principle of the life pulse. The scientific perspective is covered, amongst others, by Adrian Bejan, a physicist who developed the constructal law as the principle of life correlating with the life pulse.     How the life pulse affects our lives Let us use a real story to exemplify this process. This is a story of an interaction between my husband and me. My husband is a wonderful sensitive caring man. We have been married for 27 years and have already learned a great deal in our relationship.   1. Stasis in the Zero Point Field This is a moment of silence, the preparation for our outgoing movement in the expansion. We gather essence or energy from the Zero Point Field, deep within our cells. We retrieve specific information from the Quantum Hologram through resonance. What makes sense for us in this moment ‘now’. In our story the stasis is a moment of silence right before we start to walk, a deep breathing, silence in and around us. An excitement for what will unfold ‘now’. The information that holds the possible scripts for our walk, are at this moment available. 2. Expansion through our energy field and into our physical body A wave of expansion happens, in an expansion we always move outward into the world, we connect with other living beings, human beings or nature, our environment. It makes sense that in this outward movement we make sense of what is actually happening through our body-mind....

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How our Childhood Stories can Bridge our Soul’s purpose

Posted by on Dec 10, 2013 in Aspects of life

Awareness is closely related to how well we understand our inner make-up. Author Veerle De Bock shares five developmental steps that can help this understanding. Throughout childhood, a great deal happens to us and around us. We pack these memories away inside of ourselves as stories that help define who we are. These stories become our beliefs. We act and feel according to our beliefs. Our inner make-up reveals the connection between all these different beliefs and our soul’s purpose. It’s fascinating to look at the contents of our stories in order to reveal our beliefs and gain a greater understanding of who ‘we’ are. The combination of our personal process and our life’s task compose our soul’s purpose. The stories of things that happen to us or around us match the personal process we want to achieve. These stories make our issues clearer for us. We are able to free the gifts specific to our developmental stage. These gifts strengthen the unique life task that we have to fulfil for the world. In this article, we will explore our inner make-up through our childhood development. I will show you five developmental stages that we all go through and connect each of these stages with its unique beliefs. The stories that underlie each belief are unique for each of us. Developmental Stage 1: the need for safety and security This stage lasts from our stay in the womb until the age of 6 months. As a baby we need the safety and security that we get through bonding with our primary caregiver and from having our basic physiological needs met – food, warmth, comfort, rest. The experience of unmet physiological needs creates a lack of safety and a feeling of insecurity. These are the beliefs we harvest: “I’m not wanted.” “Life is unsafe and harsh.” “I have no right to exist.” As adults we still have a part of us that defines itself through these beliefs and their underlying stories. In order for this part of us to grow, we need to be able to create that safety and security inside of ourselves. When we have achieved this, our stories can then change. We enter this physical realm as spiritual beings, and it is hard for us to adjust to our physical bodies. When our spiritual Self feels safe, it is able to incarnate. Then, our gift can surface as an ‘embodied spirituality’. This is a connection with the spiritual world that is lived through our body. We are able to live the sacredness in our daily lives. Developmental Stage 2: the need for approval and recognition From the age of six months until the age of two, we start to develop a sense of self. As a young child, we discern our sense of self by exploring what we like and dislike. When we experience a lack of...

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