Thursday, October 3, 2013

You Are Safe - Cancer Awareness Month


Nelly and I went to the "I Can Do It "  Hay House Conference.  It was wonderful.

We saw many speakers the whole weekend.
So up lifting!
Cheryl Richardson, Anita Moorjani, Nick Orner, Kris Carr, Brian L. Weiss M.D., Caroline Myss, 
Iyanla Vanzant, Kate Northrup.  What a line up!
Also we stayed at the Gaylord Resort. It was a city in itself!
I wanted to describe what happened to me when Brian L. Weiss MD hypnotized us. 
I know this is going to sound bizarre to some of you but I can only tell you what happened to me.
It was mind blowing!
First he told us that 50% of us would be hypnotized and 40% will not, other 10% will fall asleep.
I meditate so I don't know if that is why I could go so deeply. But I did.
If you are familiar with Dr Weiss he believes in past lives. You need to read his book for his whole story.
His story is amazing.
Well first he had us go back to a point in our childhood. 
I vividly could remember a time in my mothers cousins  basement with my cousins and my sisters. Laughing. I wanted to laugh out loud. It was so real.  Who knows maybe I did because I was out of it. 
He then told us to go deeper.
This scared me a bit. 
I felt like I was sinking
But I remember what Dr Weiss said " Just let it happen, you are safe and you are going to be OK, just go deeper, You will come out of it, you won't stay there"
I could see a orange glow.
I was surrounded by grey smooth stone building.
( I assume a castle)
And then I saw her. A beautiful long black hair, with ribbons in her ponytail, hanging down her back. Long beautiful dress. She was holding her hand up and out like she was waiting for some one to take her hand. 
Now I was thinking to myself "I always told Nelly that I knew I was a queen in my past life" 
This must be her!
But then all of a sudden I realized with shock,  I was not the Queen.  Oh Nooooo! I was the King!!
I was in a mans body!
Can you imagine!
I was a huge man with a big bushy brown beard,  I had on some kind of red breast plate. Huge feet!
I was tenderly holding my beloveds hand, walking

Well then Dr Weiss told us to go deeper, to a moment in that life (The King) that was very meaningful.
At that moment I went to a memory of  my Beloved in this huge wooden bed. 
She was dying.
 And I was across her bed holding her hand. 
I was sobbing!
I felt the real emotions in my body. 
I was devastated.
I could feel his pain!
Dr Weiss then asked us what did we learn from this life experience.
I realized that I learned Love from this man.

I know, I know , I know, It sounds so crazy!!! But it happened to me. 
Could it be a dream???
My imagination??
Who knows??
All I know is it Shook me up!
When we finally woke up.
I looked over at Nelly and I said "Nelly I wasn't a queen. I was a King"
And you know what my kid said to me??
" Doesn't surprise Me!"
Made me laugh!!
She knows me so well.

There were people all a buzz when I woke up.
You could see the people that had similar experiences.
People crying, People telling there stories to other people.
He was right, half the people had some kind of experience.


Nelly, fell immediately asleep. She said she could hear him counting. She asked me if I heard the guy fall off his chair.  Didn't hear it???
She said when she heard the guy fall off his chair she immediately woke up, she said her head was bent all the way back and her mouth was hanging wide open. OMG! That made me laugh!!!  So typically Nelly. She can sleep anywhere! I asked if she was snoring??
We giggled on that one!

 Anyway, It was a great weekend!
So many wonderful moments spent with my daughter.

My painting this week is a mixture of the lovely women that I saw and the Mantra that I say to myself all the time.   "You Are Safe" 
I said that mantra to myself when I was being hypnotized when I was going deeper into another realm.
I say that affirmation almost everyday of my life. 
It soothes me.  
"You Are Safe"
When I am driving done the highway
When I am going in a group of people
When ever I feel uneasy, I say it to myself
I am a firm believer of affirmations.
I adore Louise Hay.
My life changed after I read my first Louise Hay book. 
I am a firm believer that you are what you think about.
Change your thoughts. Change your life.
I did, so can you!
If you ever have the chance to read her story, please do.
It is amazing

Sorry that I went a little long.
I just wanted to tell you about my peculiar experience.
If you are still with me and reading this.
Thanks for being there.

Also I wanted to remind Everyone that it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Everyone if you can give to the Cancer Society
I lost too many people in my life from cancer.
Please help them fight the fight!!
Give hope to her!


  Wishing you all Love and Peace!!!


MeOfCourse said...

Beautiful post Heather. Happy that time with your daughter was enjoyable and heartfelt. Love your queen, errrr king.:) Interesting post too. Enjoyed myself. Thank you.

Carol said...

Fantastic post!!! Love the art but the story was amazing :) I've always felt that in a past life I was a slave... don't know where that came from but can remember thinking it as a child even.

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

Wow Heather, what an experience!

Always enjoys seeing your work on the web and on instagram. :)


Lynn Cohen said...

Fun art, colorful and beautifully done!

JKW said...

Amazing story. . .beautiful art. Blessings, Janet PPF
I am NOT a robot, but this just doesn't work for me!!!!!

Jessica Mack said...

Wow, really gorgeous pieces, and I really enjoyed reading your post this week.

Nic McLean said...

What a fascinating post Heather. I really want to believe in reincarnation and past lives and this was a really interesting , amazing experience you gad. I'd love to try past life regression. I've always had a real interest and empathy with native Americans,, who knows maybe I was a squaw or a chief in a past life! Beautiful artwork you created from your vision too.

Netty said...

terrific post and am loving your paintings. Happy PPF, Annette x

ann @ studiohyde said...

Loved this post :) Happy PPF.

Lorraine said...

beautiful post

Victoria said...

Super beautiful art, gorgeous and meaningful, wonderful tributes! glad you had such fun! exploring and experiencing past lives and the memories-pictures stored in our consciousness can be so healing and magical and transforming.Thanks for sharing your special experiences!

Tracey Fletcher King said...

your breast cancer pieces are amazing and i have been enjoying them on facebook... I look forward to sharing them next Tuesday as I head down for the next round of chemo ... I know the other girls are going to love them as much as I am... xx

Giggles said...

Oh what an enlightening weekend you had. To see all those modern day philosophers, what a gift. What an amazing experience...I love them all and your art work is gorgeous, a wonderful tribute to past lives...also breast cancer awareness!

Hugs Giggles

sharon said...

Beautiful asrt and post. There is so much we don't know!

Alexandra said...

Heather, it's so lovely to find your new blog. Your photo in your header is beautiful! I'm so glad to see your wonderful, bright, charming artwork again. It's always inspiring. This post is utterly moving and touching.

Wishing you well.