Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Legend of the Crystal Skulls

The human skull is one of the most durable substances found in nature and the dome shape is immensely strong, protecting the brain from crushing, injury or damage. It protects the brain, required for intelligent thought and also the sense organs of sight, smell, hearing, taste and also imperative aspects of life, digestion and breathing. The skull is an ambiguous symbol of both death - and its opposite - immortality. Head cults existed throughout the world, most notably amongst the Mayan people of Central America who, many thousands of years ago, decorated real human skulls with gemstones (such as the beautiful turquoise skull in the Mexican Gallery of the British Museum). The native Mayan people wore small decorative carved skulls as ornaments around their neck carved from jadeite, quartz and other gemstones.  

Spirit of Isis Healing Centre

Spirit of Isis Spiritual Centre has re opened as Teaching Therapies Holistic Centre and is under new ownership. 

Our most recent session covered a shamanic healing using the drum to assist with journeying to the spirit realms. (Wendy studied Mongolian shamanism which does not accept the use of drugs). Previously the meditation session included identifying daily activities which are found to be healing; such as communication with others, enjoyment of our pets and of nature, our senses, music, colour, the security of our home, our ability to read, and many other aspects of ordinary life which can be taken for granted. After this, we entered a deep trance meditation for healing of mind, body and spirit which was followed by a full chakra cleansing and healing session. Previous sessions include contemplation, concentration and meditation tasters and the difference between these similar mind-states and what can be gained from each.   

Wendy's Healing and Meditation course runs monthly on Mondays at Spirit of Isis Holistic Centre in Sun Street, Waltham Abbey from 11am - 1pm. The cost is £7. Just turn up but please do not arrive late. For more information, telephone: 01992 651 045


Clearly Destiny Holistic Centre London

  • To find out if you are clairvoyant, clairaudient, clairsentient or clairalient, watch this youtube video
  • Clearly Destiny, 12 Woburn Walk, Central London, 
    WC1 OJC 
    Tel: 020 7387  0358
    www.clearlydestiny.co.uk
    or email: clearlydestiny@gmail.com 

    Wendy Stokes has hosted workshops at Clearly Destiny, a friendly, holistic centre in London's heartland. The centre has a therapy room, a group room and the shop has a stock of wonderful items, candles, statues, cards, books, etc. 




    A healing youtube meditation from The Lightworkers Circle Guide: 
    A Workbook for Spiritual Groups by Wendy Stokes












Isis Hymn - Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki

Healing youtube video from The Lightworkers Circle Guide


'Egyptian Goddess Power' workshop at Spirit of Isis, Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EE Saturday 6th April 10.30am-4.30pm -This day will be one of adventure, empowerment, sharing and learning facilitated by Wendy Stokes. No experience is necessary. You will learn of the 5 great Goddesses of Ancient Egypt: Isis, Hathor, Nut, Ma’at and Sekhmet. Each Goddess has a special power, and you will discover how each of the Goddesses has influenced your life events and also provided you with support. You will also learn how you can draw on ancient energies for future healing, inspiration and strength.


Atlantis Spiritual Centre Divination Workshop



Lynn Saunders, owner of the Atlantis Spiritual Centre in Crews Hill hosted a day of divination facilitated by Wendy Stokes. This well-equipped centre has excellent free parking and I just a five minute walk from Crews Hill station. The group room is comfortable for a small number of attenders or for a larger group, perhaps a maximum of twenty or more and both cushions and chairs are available. The workshop began at 10am as we got together in twos to clarify the question that we would ask the Spirit of Divination to answer during the day. Answers very much depend upon the question asked. For those who wanted their question to remain private, they could speak about how they felt about the question as sometimes, we dare not ask the question we most need to ask due to anxiety about the possible answer, so the day started off with a challenge, for the members to be real and true to themselves, to take a risk and trust. The question was written down and placed under a candle devoted to the archangel Michael. 

Spiritual Cinema Club Review

This club is endorsed by reputable spiritual teachers, such as Bruce Lipton, the late Dr Wayne Dyer, James Twyman, Neale Donald Walsch - to name a few. It supplies films that rarely reach the general public but are ideal for those who like to watch a DVD at home with friends and family. Most of the films this organisation provides are suitable for the entire family and are often educational and always uplifting, meaningful and inspirational. The organisation requests a monthly subscription and I have heard their choice referred to as ‘film therapy’. 

Soul Rescue - Spirit Release - Exorcism book extract


Soul rescue is conducted in most Spiritualist and mediumship groups, usually on a regular basis. Not all earthbound spirits move quickly into the light. Some need help crossing over. There is a threshold area between this world and the next. It is a transition area sometimes described as a tunnel, a bridge, a doorway, a stairway, for instance. When a spirit is unaware that they are in the spirit realms or unable to let go of an attachment to the physical world, they attach themselves and live vicariously through their host, often soul rescue is necessary. Many of these lost or disorientated spirits are confused. They have often had a shock and returned to Spirit very quickly, without any preparation. Victims of traumatic violence, such as murder, accidents, or war victims, commonly need rescue, as do children, elderly people who are distressed, mentally ill people, or those who did not want to leave the physical world due to unfulfilled plans.

Most countries of the world have tales of helpful deities, angels or spirit guides who provide safe passage to the deceased person’s spirit, leading it safely into the spirit realms. Funerary art from many thousands of years ago depict the 'psychopomp' who escorts the dead to the netherworlds. Sometimes, animals, such as dogs, deer, birds, horses, expressly perform the task of escorting lost souls to the heavenly realms. The art of the Egyptians, Greeks and Tibetans show their knowledge in this field; the Cathars were also very knowlegeable. The Shakers (an offshoot of the Quaker faith) also performed this function.
  

Writing a Film Review

Title:
Date of Release:
Certificate:
Duration:
Genre:
Director:
Principle cast list:
Summary: Accurate description of the story-line. Was it based on a true story, a book or play, is it a remake? etc.
Personal opinion of certificate, duration, genre, acting and setting. Avoid criticism of Director and casting. Give a personal rating.
Provide a picture of the film, a trailer or podcast link if possible. 

Strange Case of Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy


Synchronicity - as described by the psychologist, Carl Jung, is a 'meaningful' coincidence! The word 'synchronicity' could be used to describe the amazing similarities between two US Presidents; Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy:


Lincoln was elected to the US Congress in 1846 and was then elected as President in 1860.

John F Kennedy was elected to the US Congress in 1946 and was then elected as President in 1960, both elections of Kennedy were exactly a century later that Lincoln.  

Both men were named after their grandfather, both were second children. Both served in the military, both captained boats, both were lawyers, and both involved with controversial human rights issues. 
Both have seven letters in their surname and both were six feet tall. Lincoln is thought to have suffered from Marfan’s Disease and Kennedy suffered from Addison’s Disease, both are genetically inherited diseases.   


Sunday, 29 November 2015

Egyptian Goddess Workshop

The best thing about my small group of 8 people is that this is the ideal size for an indepth group and there was plenty of time for sharing ideas and experiences. A larger group tends to be discussions which dilute the huge amount of learning that can be achieved in just a few hours of working together with dedicated goddess practitioners.

Goddesses as archetypes and subpersonalities, their ability to have independent power and influence our lives were covered. The balance of power within female and male deities and the importance of a pantheon to offer an array of specialities and aspects of life was also mentioned. How we can contact our Higher Power and access the big person that we were intended to be was included at the end. Hathor, Maat, Nut and Sekhmet were on the agenda, but the day focussed on Isis as Goddess of Healing, Compassion and Love and her narrative as the loving wife of the God Osiris, killed by the God Set, his cut pieces were scattered to the 4 corners of the land. Isis, in her grief, and with huge determination, searched for these precious parts and miraculously rebuilt Osiris, bringing him back to life to father the

Sunday, 1 November 2015

Atlantis Spiritual Centre

To find out if you are clairaudient, clairvoyant, clairsentient or clairalient, 
watch this youtube video made by Dawn Rumsey, owner of the Shakra Holistic Centre in Charing Hill, Kent and written by Wendy Stokes. 

Atlantis Spiritual Centre, Sacred Wood Garden Centre, Theobalds Road, Crews Hill, Enfield EN2 9DG  www.atlantisspiritualcentre.co.uk


Lynn Saunders, owner of the Atlantis Spiritual Centre in Crews Hill hosted a day of divination facilitted by Wendy Stokes. This well-equipped centre has excellent free parking and is just five minutes walk from Crews Hill station. The group room is comfortable for a small number of attenders or for a larger group, perhaps a maximum of twenty or more. The workshop began at 10am and we got together in pairs to clarify a question that we would ask the Spirit of Divination to answer during the day. Answers very much depend upon the question asked! For those who wanted their question to remain private, they could speak about how they felt about the question as sometimes, we dare not ask the question we most need to ask due to anxiety about the possible answer - so the day started with a challenge - for the members to be genuine and to take a risk and trust. Their questions were written down and placed under a candle which was devoted to the archangel Michael.


Saturday, 31 October 2015

Difference - Medium - Channeller

Do spirits not care about our world and what happens here? Are spirits helpless to do anything about the injustices and suffering they see here on the earth plane?

Those who have physically died continue to live eternally in the spirit realms and are extremely interested in what happens here in the physical world. They are waiting patiently to be contacted by mediums who can deliver messages of wisdom. 

Mediums generally bring ‘proof of spirit survival’ changing a person from a non-believer in life-after-death to a believer.

In ancient times, 'proof of survival' mediumship did not exist. It did not need to. Everyone believed in the afterlife because they were closer to the subtle realms than we are in the busy world of the 21st century.

Jane Burvill's Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Serves 6
Ingredients:
approx 1 kg/2lb 4oz pumpkin;
40g or 1.5 oz butter or margarine;
1 thinly sliced onion;
1 crushed garlic clove;
900 ml or 1 pint of vegetable stock;
salt and pepper;
1/2 tsp ground ginger;
1 tbsp lemon juice;
3-4 thinly pared strips of orange rind;
1-2 bay leaves or 1 bouquet garni;
300 ml or 1.5 pints milk
TO GARNISH: 4-6 tbsp single or double cream, natural yogurt or fromage frais; snipped fresh chives


1. Peel the pumpkin, remove the seeds and then cut the flesh into 2.5 cm or 1 inch cubes. 2. Melt the butter or margarine in a large, heavy-based saucepan. Add the onion and garlic and fry over a low heat until soft but not coloured.
3. Add the pumpkin and toss with the onion and garlic for 2-3 minutes.
4. Add the stock and bring to the boil over a medium heat. Season to taste with salt and pepper and add the ground ginger and lemon juice, the strips of orange rind, if using, and the bay leaves or bouquet garni.
5. Cover the pan and gently simmer the soup over a low heat for about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the pumpkin is tender.
6. Discard the orange rind, if using, and the bay leaves or bouquet garni. Cool the soup slightly, then press through a sieve with the back of a spoon, or place in a food processor or blender until smooth. Pour into a clean saucepan.
7. Add the milk and reheat gently. Adjust the seasoning. Garnish with a swirl of cream, natural yogurt or fromage frais and snipped chives, and serve.

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