Hey guys, it's Alaaniel and welcome to this tutorial. This is a Angelic healing tutorial I'm going to be using Angelic Reiki, which um. includes the energies of Archangel Michael,Raphael, Gabriel, and Uriel. So, it's very light and Angelic, and even a playful energy. I love it, so I just want to goahead and get started. Um, I'm going to aw a distance symbol
to get the energy running and just sit back and relax. Ok. If you want, you can callthe Archangels. I already have them with me, their energy is already being projected through thetutorial to you. So, you can just kind of connect to themyour heart. Send out links to them.
Now is a great time to just sit back and relax and feel the energies. Just breatheeasy breaths. Fill your lungs and completely let go of the breath. Don't breathe shallowly, breathe deeply. Breathethe energies into your energy field. And then let it expel out.
Mkay, and I'm sending healing to your root chakra. You can release any problems relating to the root chakra to the energy now. Any money problems, any family issues, any issues with your health. The energy will cleanse them, take them away, and heal them. Ok, I'm sending the energy to your sacral chakra now.
If you have any problems relating toyour sacral charkra, Just give them up to the energy. These will be sexual problems creative blockages, any problems with takingenergy and problems relating with your intuition, to love and your soul, to balance and duality and oneness. The energy will cleanse them and heal you.
Ok, I'm sending energy to your solar plexus chakra now. Chamuel is here. coming with Zadkiel. And they're offering their energies to you and their healing to you. If you have any problems with your sacral,
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Daring Greatly Journal topic
Hey everybody. Happy Saturday! And since it's Saturday, I have a journal topic for you. And I also have a new sweater which is so soft and amazing and I can't stop wearing it. Ahh! It's finally fallL.A. But anyways on Saturdays, if you're new, I offer up a journal topic that actually comes from one of you wonderful people. And the reason that I do that is because if any of you have trouble starting the process of journaling this kind of gives you a little, you know, quote for thought or my own thoughts.
And kind of can help get you startedyour own journaling process or even just thinking about it. So without further adieu I have a quote from Stacey Maria who sent this to me awhile ago. And it's from, I may be saying this person's name wrong but Brene Brown. And she says it's a quote from this person, that they share often. The basis for the title of her book, Daring Greatly. And so here is the quote, quot;It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles,
or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actuallythe arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is not effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasm and great devotions; who spends himselfa worthy cause;
who at the best knowsthe end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly.quot; And it's actually by Theodore Roosevelt who said it, but it's something I guess Brene Brown sharesher book. And I just really, I really like that quote, because often I know that we worry about failing. I've heard from a lot of you, 'Oh you know it' s the holidays. It's really stressful, and I'mrelapse. Or I'ma full blown relapse. I've been since summer and I don't know how to get out of it.' And we immediately startthat negative thinking cycle that I talk about all the time,
where we just continue to put ourselves down. And think that we can't get out, and we're worthless and terrible and you know shame filled. And all sorts of nasty things. But that's not even anything to be ashamed of, because that's where the real triumph and achievement comes from. When we're downthe depths and dirt and sweating and working on something and actually working to improve ourselves.
Recovery isn't easy. From anything. It is not easy. You know what's easy. Sticking your headthe sand and pretending you have no problems at all. Lalala. That doesn't make it better. We have to dig deep. We have to fight. And if we stumble and fall, we'll get right back up and keep at it. So I really like that quote. I know it's a long one, but I think it's really important because nothing's perfect.