Ebola Meditation for Healing

We did the first Ebola Meditation for Healing on Saturday 18th October, with a group of people experienced in Energetic NLP. Attached is a repeat of that discussion and meditation, with Anne Smith and myself Olive Hickmott.

To give a brief summary of the discussion:

We turned our attention to all the groups in the world actively involved in the Ebola virus and its ramifications:

  • Health care professionals
  • Volunteers and the members of the armed forces who have been sent
  • World Health Organisation
  • Patients in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ginea
  • People effected by the worldwide panic, that in part is fuelled by the media
  • Unaffected people in these countries
  • local outbreaks around the world
  • research and vaccination

We discussed thought forms and how they can create a paralysing group think. We had a listener contribution from Art Giser’s immune system series, about releasing resistance to physical miracles and although it seemed odd at the time we discussed thanking the ebola virus, validating it and looking at the messages it brought to the collective consciousness, for example:

  • bringing us to work together
  • within everyone’s power to make a contribution, in whatever way works for them
  • an amazing show of love, to care for someone who is dying from something infectious
  • the great compassion for our fellow humans, recognising we are all one race
  • uniting people in some way across the globe
  • outpouring of love, the highest vibration level that can achieve miracles
  • instead of fighting the fear, and going into resistance, being able to soften in to it and realease it

Please enjoy our short meditation at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7307344744530352386

The follow up call is on skype at 4pm Sunday 26th October, just skype me (olivehickmott) and I will invite you to the call.  All are welcome.

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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