The Far Side of Energy Healing

The intent of our Red Spirit Blog is not just about energy healing. We want to go to the far side of change and offer information to help people connect to themselves in spiritual alignment. With over ten years of dealing with the downright unusual, we choose to introduce different perspectives of the human journey. And because life was meant to be fun, we hope to add some humour along the way.

If you are a past subscriber to our online magazine, you will recognise we have moved away from our eZine format and are in the process coordinating a number of social media aspects. We are also offering the opportunity to submit your own content. This is all new development under construction and we appreciate your patience. If you want to add to any topic in this blog or offer your own story, we invite your submission at the bottom of this page. If that fails, please contact Mark as we really do want your input.

Exercise Your Cerebellum

Health professionals are achieving good results alleviating the symptoms of PTSD through simple repetitive exercises involving balance and co-ordination. For example, learning a new skill such as juggling, is one type of exercise being utilised. But it can be as simple as balancing on one leg with your eyes closed. Even if you do not suffer from PTSD, this type of exercise can have benefits for anyone. It's not clear how or why this occurs as the cerebellum is not fully understood, but I suggest that exercising the cerebellum offers an opportunity to create new neural pathways.

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A Case of Late Ensoulment

In religion, ensoulment is the moment at which a human being gains a soul. Some religions say that a soul is newly created within a developing child and others, especially in religions that believe in reincarnation, that the soul is pre-existing and added at a particular stage of development. What we discovered in regards to one particular client, is that complete physical integration of the spirit, did not occur until around age 18-19.

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