Archive for July, 2011

The Cure for Food Cravings

Monday, July 11th, 2011


Michael's Ancestors - 1909

One day last month I found myself “roaming the pantry” at 9:00 at night. This is not unusual . . . I often do this kind of “roaming. I don’t like it, so I did a Logical Soul(R) session with Michael.

I found out via my session that my body remembered something every evening at 9:00 . . . the time I first learned of my mother’s death in Germany!  So, to try to heal this wound, or cover it up and console my body, I started craving chocolate every night.

The moment I “got” that, the chocolate craving disappeared.  Instead, however, I started eating COOKIES!   Well, well……

So for the past several weeks I’ve been watching and observing this behavior.  I did other Logical Soul(R) sessions with Michael and with a friend, and got some pretty powerful results.  My friend, for example, discovered I had a few hidden decisions about food and spirituality that I was able to clear up. Afterwards, I felt grace . . . as if I had become a channel for blessings and transformation.

Before my session I did not have receptors for accepting anything into my life other than struggle, hardship, and stress.  I certainly didn’t invite ease or grace!

This insight hit me like a ton of bricks.  I checked back into my consciousness where this “not being able to” accept grace came from.  Clearly it came from my mother’s side of the family, along with her ancestors.  The ensuing  conversation with her and my ancestors revealed that I could only be of value if and “when you work hard.”

This limitation expressed itself in multiple ways. Later I will tell you about more conversations with my ancestors

I Will Write a Book

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

Michael and Brigitte

Just a very short note for today . . .  I am committing to write a book about relationships between men and women!   I will get my husband Michael to help (since English is only my second language), but I want to contribute most of the content.

I just thought of one of the “sins” men do, for example . . . they make it harder for women to love!  If you’re a woman, it’s painful not to love, isn’t it?  I don’t mean falling in love . . . I mean that love is really the nature of all women.

Anyway, more next time …..