Love the Elixir of Life
By Sara Jane
What is an Elixir?
It is a medicinal potion or aromatic preparation thought to have generalised curative or restorative properties.
The word elixir was not used until the 7th century A.D. and derives from the Arabic name for miracle substance, “al iksir”.
The main ingredient of an elixir is water (mineral water or spring water preferably).
For those of you aware of Dr. Masaru Emoto, you will know that he studied the effects of human consciousness on the molecular structure of water.
Very simply put, water can hold the energy of its surroundings and what is put into it, thus Crystal Elixirs made by putting a crystal in or near water (some crystals are toxic and others friable so should never be put directly into the water).
Also, Flower essences and you can put different energies such as a Homoeopathic Remedy into water by creating a circle on a clean piece of paper, writing the name of the remedy & strength in the circle and then placing the glass of water over it.
This also works by using words such as Love, Healing, Energy and more (keep the words positive).
How you are feeling can also affect the water you drink, as you hold the glass or bottle in your hand.
On average our body is 60% water, with our skin being 64%, our muscles & kidneys 79% and our brain & heart 73%.
Think about that for a minute, if water is that susceptible to the energy in and around it, what affects do our thoughts and feelings have on our body.
What do you think about, what energies are flowing around your body?
Love is the greatest healer, the more love you feel for yourself, the more the Elixir of Love flows around your body, helping to heal and restore it.
The picture was taken by my mother at St. Nectans Glen in Cornwall, Orbs seem to be attracted to water, maybe that is also why they are attracted to people – food for thought.
Copyright © Sara Jane 2020
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Bravery & Compassion Share the Same Energy
By Sara Jane
What was your first thought on reading the title of this article?
What is that Energy?
For me it is simple, it is the Energy of Love. The Universal Healing Energy, the powerhouse that underpins nearly everything we do and is who we are.
Compassion has its roots in Love.
Whether we are showing compassion for animals, nature, other people or ourselves – don’t forget yourself, its root is in the love that resides in all of us.
Being compassionate is connecting to the core of who we are.
Compassion also has a “tough” side, when we love and care for others sometimes we have to say No and that is an aspect of Bravery.
Sometimes we have to be brave enough to do the hard stuff, for ourselves and others.
We all have to make our own mistakes, to live our own lives.
Be brave enough to take the first step, to have the experiences and compassionate enough to allow our loved ones to do the same and be there for them when things don’t go so well.
Several years ago, a friend of mine was in an abusive relationship, we talked and she knew she needed to end it but allowed him back.
It happened again and she felt able to come back to me and said “I know you aren’t going to say I told you so”.
Gratefully she ended it, she learnt compassion for herself and had the bravery to do what was necessary, both born of love.
There are many times a day we are brave and compassionate, they may only be in little things and they may be so natural to us that we don’t even consider them but they are there.
Be proud of yourself for the brave and compassionate person that you are.
Love, Peace & Light
Copyright © Sara Jane 2019
An Invitation to Life’s Greatest Gift
By Sara Jane
I suppose I should start with what I believe Life’s Greatest Gift to be.
Love is the energy that brings Peace, Comfort, Healing and so much more into our lives.
The Love that comes from within you, that is you.
Love is the gift we all bring to ourselves and it is that Love which has the greatest power.
How you invite this Love into your life is your choice but remember it is within you, it is for you to seek it inside of you not from outside of you.
Suggestion, make time and space for yourself, whether you meditate, walk in nature, swim, sit quietly in front of a log fire just watching the flames; allow yourself to go into your Heart and invite the Love there into your life.
Loving yourself unconditionally is the greatest gift you can give yourself.
Reiki means Universal Healing Energy and to me that is Love – Love is the greatest Healer.
All humans have been given the gift of self-healing.
When you break a bone, it is your body that heals it, not the plaster cast, that is just a support.
When you cut yourself, the skin heals, it is not the plaster or stitches again they are just a support.
To me there is no such thing as a healer, what the people we call healers do is offer a tool to your body to help empower your own self-healing.
When I work with both Reiki and Vocal Reiki, the energies I offer are Love and Sound, the individual either rejects or invites these energies in and their body and soul does with them what is for their highest good.
The only person who can heal you is you, sometimes you may require a little help to activate your self-healing and that is when you invite in the support that feels right for you.
It is OK to ask for help, to seek support, to invite energy into your life.
After all we are all energy, a vibration and our illnesses and ailments, stresses and strains are all our vibration out of sync, when we have lost touch with the Love within us.
The vibration of the right sound can literally bring your vibration back into sync, bring you back to the pure Love that you are.
As a client once said to me when I had worked on a muscle in her arm “it felt like my muscle was being given permission to relax – so it did”.
When you invite in the Love that you are and tap into it, your life will heal and change in immeasurable ways.
Copyright © Sara Jane 2018
The definition of “charity” as per the “Readers Digest Great Illustrated Dictionary” is
“1. The provision of help or relief to the poor 2. An institution, organisation or fund established to help the needy or carry out other useful work 3. Something that is given up to help the needy; alms 4. An act or feeling of benevolence, goodwill or affection 5. Indulgence or forbearance in judging others; leniency”.
What does charity mean to you? Or more importantly what should it mean to you?
So many people’s reaction is “I don’t want charity”. What they are really looking for is to be able to help them self, to be able to stand on their own 2 feet and provide for them self and their family.
At the end of the day isn’t that what we all wish for?
The saying goes “give a man a fish and he eats for a day, give him a fishing rod and he eats for the rest of his life”.
The word “charity” I feel has a different meaning today than from the past.
By helping and supporting people to help and support them self, we treat them with Love & Respect; we help them to get back on their feet and to be able to support themselves.
We give them back control for their life, releasing them from reliance on anyone else.
Charity should always “begin at home”, with yourself. The charity of loving yourself enough to be true to you; of not judging yourself or allowing others judgements of you to affect you.
Let go of judgement of self and others, feel free to give of self to self.
Always give with Love, Respect and an Honouring of who the individual is.
Copyright © Sara Jane