Tag: consciousness

The inner dance

Our fundamental energy is wholeness at our basic level in everyone, the unseen level of who we are.  Wholeness, oneness; it’s been our birthright from the time we were individualized.

Becoming aware of our loyalty to ourselves helps us begin to integrate our physical body, energy, and mind. Our sense of ourselves develops naturally and gradually as we release our defenses, which can present themselves physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Anger, rage, hate, and sadness can take on forms, defenses that can manifest in the physical body but also be present within the mental, emotional, and spiritual.

A defense can present itself within the body, also the etheric. Where there is tension, there is a defense. It can be as easy as releasing, or not releasing.

Going inside and feeling it be present with tension or emotion, what does it say? What visualizations are shown to you?

When we have a deep-down reality we do not want to accept, we move away from it, and over time, this moving away from the reality creates tension.

The pain contains the lesson of its cause.

For those that have clairvoyant sight, these can be seen as energetic defenses, and later as blocks of the mental, emotional, and etheric energy bodies.

Some terms are “armorings,” “mesh,” or “solid.” Plating (thick plates of steel) will be seen around the bodies, and also over organs.

Conditioning from parents, teachers, and society keeps us trapped, and in defense, we heal ourselves with our knowledge and intimate relationship with ourselves.

Healing on any and many levels must start with self-love and a loyalty to yourself.  We have a bond with our eternal selves.

As we release our defenses, our bond with ourselves grows slowly over time.

Let’s go inside for the inner connection. This is an important relationship to us at our most basic level: the physical level, the body.

A defense we may have could also be related to panic attacks; those that are related to a past childhood experience trigger an emotional response, some major difficulty that caused strong emotional trauma of some sort. After the event, obsessive thinking about it and anticipating that the same emotional trauma will happen again leads the brain to work, trying to bring the experience to the physical body, and the necessary chemical to signal the sympathetic impulses to begin the panic attack.

The thoughts about the stressor are causing the panic attack, not the stressor itself. This is important.

If we worry everyday over what may happen, we are setting ourselves up for the chemical reaction to bring it to us.

Our minds are amazing; we can create what we want.

As in the example of a panic attack, we need to go within to the core of what emotion is pushing our mind to that place.

Our mind assess the body, and then makes adjustments and releases and adds what it needs to sustain homeostasis.


Quotes by Joe Dispenza:

“Evolve your brain.”

“When the body responds to a thought by having a feeling, this initiates a response in the brain. The brain, which constantly monitors and evaluates the status of the body, notices that the body is feeling a certain way. In response to that bodily feeling, the brain generates thoughts that produce corresponding chemical messengers you begin to think the way you are feeling. Thinking creates feeling and then feeling creates thinking, in a continuous cycle.”


Our spiritual development is based on our minds releasing the bonds that bind us as a defense in the most elaborate ways; our pain.

Wholeness is to go inside, find, and grow out; support, and to bond to ourselves.


Wholeness is to feel all parts of ourselves, to not turn away but to experience it fully; as a result, we will feel better, and start to have an understanding of ourselves at a deeper and truer sense.

If you asked five people what being present is, you would receive five different perspectives, frames, backgrounds, ages, and beliefs.

This wholeness or presence must be defined by you, not by anyone else. With each person, it is different, and defined not by someone else’s perspective.

Our mind-body connection is deep within the tissues of our bodies, and deep within the complexity of the mind.

The etheric


Emotional spiritual

Is a culmination to unlock our defense mechanisms, trauma and pain.

The mind is the powerhouse of creation; what the body feels, the mind has created.

As we expand consciousness, we realize this experience works hand-in-hand as co-creators of our reality.

Esoteric teachings have always included mastery of emotions and thoughts, specifically how they work together. In the higher planes of consciousness, manifesting works with thought attached to emotion.

We are here in school, and there are a lot of lessons to learn. One of the most important is to know yourself, on the inside. What is your defense, what is your pain, what is your joy, what can you create in this reality? What do you need to flow through to acknowledge and heal?

We must learn how to become present within ourselves, to honor, and love all parts of us, to become whole.


Thank you for reading



Edited by Jody E Freeman



Psychic Medium Renee Richards