I had two very different clients recently. Cellular memory was foreign to both yet one was joyfully open minded while the other was medicated and shut down to any notion that her current life was being impacted by cellular memory, past life imprinting. Many times people seek the obvious instead of delving deeper to the cellular level or imprints where every action and emotion has been stored from every lifetime. I once did not understand or even acknowledge reincarnation…then I died and in that death I was shown in a way which could not be refuted, the totality of my soul’s experiences. Not only did everything suddenly make sense but I learned that many of the places I love today, I had lived in before. I learned that many of the aches “accidents” and pains people experience today are simply being compounded from a previous injury. I learned that many of the people you have difficulties with today are simply karma returning to you and many of the racial/cultural issues of today are born from another time. I learned that those with piercings who are heavily tattooed are remembering their tribal lifetimes on some level. I learned that not only do you have physical cellular imprints but you also have emotional imprints. When you are born today, you re-imprint the body with the most traumatic of these. Years ago Oprah did a show with a noted Psychiatrist who had a young lady client who had at the age of 3 told her mom that she was the mothers father. But her father had died 5 years before this child was ever born. He had been shot in a drive by shooting. The 3 year old continued to insist that she was her mothers father. Dr. Weiss not only validated this fact but the little girl was born with a birthmark on the front and the back of her neck….an entry and exit would from the bullet that killed him 5 years earlier. The mysteries of God’s kingdom are so much greater than most will ever comprehend and there is so much more to you than you know. ~ Explore and discover the roads your soul has traveled. If you want to know how, get in touch with me Ariaa Jaeger Ariaa.com
The recent racist rant of the LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling and the subsequent lifelong ban and 2.5 million dollar fine imposed has once again caused a firestorm about racism in America. It is a sad day in a repeated ad nauseum saga of ignorant folk doing what they do best, they are dumbing down a society who has longed for all humans to be seen as just that human, no matter what color the skin. In a country where our history is at best abhorrent when it comes to the treatment of those of color, most of us find it hard to stomach such ignorance almost 60 years after the civil rights movement. For those of us at a certain age, we remember the 60’s and the horrific treatment of African Americans, and then in 1992 we lived through the nightmare which was Rodney King being beaten mercilessly by the corrupt Los Angeles police. That was followed by reverse racism when white truck driver Reginald Denny was ripped from his 18 wheeler and beaten to unconsciousness during the fall out of the Rodney King trial which rapidly sparked the LA riots. We thought we turned a corner only to have racism rear its ugly head once more and in a colossal way…the O. J. Simpson trial. It did not take a Mensa member to see how obvious it was that this was an open and shut case yet once again ignorance had its way and fed the division in this country.
I secretly think the world rejoiced when Barack Obama was elected as President not necessarily because of policies or campaign promises but because it seemed to prove that America had grown up and was choosing value verses color. It had nothing to do with politics for many people but more it had to do with a historical moment in time which many never thought would arrive. It was the same when Nelson Mandela was freed from prison and elected as the President of South Africa. The world seemed to sigh in relief at the elevation of a man who such injustice had been hurled upon for more than 30 years.
Now we have the Nevada rancher who conservatives where taunting as a hero for battling the government over grazing on government lands. His fall from grace was swift and politicians everywhere abandoned him like the nuclear bomb he was when he spewed out idiotic racial comments like spitting tobacco. This rancher in his 70’s and Donald Sterling the Clippers coach in his 80’s has to make you wonder if these guys are brothers from another mother. But sadly these are the old guard, the good ole’ boys network which is now a thing of the past, or at least we all hope it is. They are falling right and left because society is finally, painfully struggling to either evolve or go backwards. With reality shows blasting the consciousness of anyone surfing to find an intelligent show and the elevation of the lowest forms of ignorance running rampant it is high time we get something right!
But we have to face the truth or the reality of racism. As in the two cases mentioned above, you cannot change some people because they simply don’t know they have done anything wrong. Both Bundy and Sterling are completely and tragically oblivious to what is acceptable and what is now socially unacceptable. They are incurable not because they are not intelligent people but simply because they do not have the soul capacity to understand the fundamental fact that all human beings no matter what race, creed or gender are equal.
It’s not something but it’s not nothing either…it’s just what is. It’s not good nor is it bad…it’s just what is. It’s not about you nor is it about me….it’s just what is. It’s not pain or sickness nor is it health and wellness…it’s just what is. It’s neither a mistake nor an accomplishment…it’s just what is.
That is the mindset of the observer where all judgment ends and enlightenment begins. The notion that anything is bad or good is judgment and though many walk through their daily lives judging everything, the foundation of life is purer than that. In its purest comprehensible form, life is love and love is life and the universe and earth are learning stations. Everything is divinely designed to evolve you, or in this free will zone called earth, you can wallow in the occurrences and manifestations of your life, never owning your participation in their creation. When you judge anything or anyone you limit your own ability to manifest at a higher level. It is often said that if you don’t like your life, then change it yet the emotional images embedded in each cell of your brain’s memory hold you to exactly that, your own perceptions.
The key to life and living it as Jesus and other great sages have done is to dream beyond three dimensional realities. Remove yourself from the emotional attachments which prevent you from exploring the infinite possibilities awaiting you. We stay inside the constraints of our childhood and past life conditioning instead of forging new worlds. Our brain chemistry continues to replay images of hurts, betrayals, losses and hardships we have faced in our lifetimes and the older you get the more emotional pictures you have to contend with. In my work with clients I emphasize the necessitation of healing the emotional body in order to ascertain a higher way of thinking and living. Cellular memory both from the present and the past are the images which are formed in the brain connectors with every emotional high and low we experience. Every time we re-experience an emotional scenario such as having your heart broken or getting fired from a job, peptides are released throughout the body searing new emotional pictures into every cell. The more this happens the more limited you become in your scope and spectrum. Minimize your emotional reaction to every hardship and change your perception about all things there to teach you. You attracted it, you drew it into your world so why on earth would you label it as negative or bad. Everything you perceive as “bad” is nothing more than your higher self at work to produce your highest good. ~Ariaa Jaeger, “Ariaaisms~ Spiritual Food for the Soul” Ariaa.com Amazon.com
#1 Life, the gift of breath ~ You may have health challenges but you are ALIVE and when applied, you have the mastery to heal yourself. You wake up every day and breath flows through you. Life is a gift and you are a gift to all of life. Join me in proclaiming, “Today I am grateful for LIFE!”
#2 Eyes, the gift of sight ~ Whether you are sighted or not we all see at a multitude of different levels. Sensing is seeing and those who are non-sighted see through all their other senses. Meditation enables and opens the third eye and your ability to see beyond the ordinary into the extraordinary. Intuition is another way of seeing, you are seeing with your higher self, your God-self. Then there are the eyes, the way most drink in life. We awaken and behold the blue of the sky, we gaze into the stars with wonder and we behold the bounty and beauty all around us. Join me in proclaiming, “Today I am grateful for my eyes which behold the beauty of all creation!”
#3 Home, the gift of a warm roof over your head ~ Whether you are rich or poor, you are blessed to have a warm roof over your head. It doesn’t matter if it is a palace or a shack because “The true beauty of a home is measured by the love in every room.” So many times we forget that many do not have a place to call home. During this wondrous Thanksgiving season I urge you to walk through every room of your house, condo or apartment and bless each one filling it with love and gratitude. Join me in proclaiming, ” I am thankful for my home~
#4 Family, the gift of a tribe ~ Whether you are related by birth or you create and form your own family from your friends or in a multitude of others ways, those you call your family add to the depth and breadth of your life each day. Often we forget that many people have no family. Many have lost them through death or simply old age and more folks than you know spend Thanksgiving and holidays alone and are alone year round. What constitutes a family may vary but the love you have for each other is eternal. During this wondrous Thanksgiving season, I urge you to count your blessings and be thankful for those who make up your family unit. Whether perfect or dysfunctional, for someone alone, having a family is but a dream and those of you who have one are living the dream. Join me in proclaiming, I am thankful for my family!
#5 Mind, the gift of a healthy brain ~ Whether you are an intellectual, naturally gifted or simply a student of life, your mind/brain is the operations center of the body. We often forget how vital this organ is and how much of a roll it plays in our emotions, our actions and the functionality of the body. You are in control of your thoughts but the brain sends those messages throughout the body and into the universe where the coupling of energy and angels add in creating collective mass. What you think becomes your reality and ultimately your truth. What a powerful thought. Join me in proclaiming, “I am thankful for a healthy mind and thoughts which generate my reality!”
#6 Arms, the gift of hugging & holding ~ Whether you are a touchy-feely person or more reserved, the ability to hug animals, babies and human beings is one of the greatest and most undervalued gifts we have. Hugging is bliss when your arms are fully engaged and wholly wrapped around someone you love or even wrapped around a total stranger. I live to love and live to hug because a hug can say what words cannot. It speaks volumes to your affection, your openness and to the kind of person you are, one full of love and caring. Your arms were divinely designed to hold and hug and what life would be like if we did not possess this amazing faculty. Join me in proclaiming “I am thankful for my arms which hold, hug and express my love for all!”
#7 Food, the gift of good nutrition ~
The Science of Hate
By Ariaa Jaeger
“To get past hate, you must go to the root of all forms in the secret place where love arises. From this place, my friend, the divine spark bursts forth.” ~ Faouzi Skali (20th-21st Century)
Historically hate was once contained to holy wars or political circles but in this new age of electronic media it has found a new audience to feed its insatiable appetite and with far greater impact. With the onslaught of social media in 2004 when Facebook arrived on the scene followed by Twitter in 2006, cyber bullies and haters have become commonplace. Singer Susan Boyle, Chef Rachel Ray and many other celebrities know firsthand the sting of blogs, news stories and magazine articles declaring truth in fabricated and slanderous gray journalism. But today in social media you can find ordinary, hardworking, God loving, law-abiding citizens, spiritualists, philosophers, minor celebrities and popular social media personalities the target of online bullies and angry souls who have an excess supply of jealousy, envy, anger and little to no success of their own. A haters goal is to project or hurl as it were, his or her self-hate onto you and though it may feel very personal, it never is personal.
The very word “hater” was not even in the dictionary before social media became the new playground and fodder for the bottom feeders of society who could gather a large audience quickly and ensure their own popularity with the lowest forms of humanity. Satan had found his new regime in these punks and attention seeking bullies who have been responsible for more young people committing suicide than any other group in history. Where self-respect and personal dignity once thrived in the days of our grandparents and great-grandparents, today’s climate is one which is self-serving, over wrought with a sense of entitlement and a demographic which thrives on instant gratification and hungers for fame.
What is the psychology of hate? Adolph Hitler, Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh are all known for espousing hate ad nauseam and rose in popularity because of the rhetoric and propaganda they delivered into a world hungry for fresh blood. Today’s new breed of hater is cult-like and has electronic media and a gaggle of dysfunctional people who will help spread the hate to ensures it bleeds into the search engine mainstream. Where bullies use to be satisfied with taking their target down, many haters have become downright dangerous and hell bent on destroying their victim. There is not a week go by that we don’t see a news story of some teenager who has committed suicide because of the callous actions of bullies and haters. They have taken self-loathing to a new level, regurgitating their own unhappiness onto innocent people. Those who engage in this type of behavior are typically unhappy, unsuccessful, addicted to drugs or alcohol, have low to no self esteem and many have experienced being bullied themselves at one time or another. They feed on the need to control, manipulate and contort truth, yet many are unable to grasp or discipher what actual truth is. They are also prone to violence, hurting animals and hurting themselves and many times have a criminal history.
What haters fail to see and fully grasp is the law of karma which inevitably returns to them usually with far greater impact doing far worse damage than they have done to their intended victims. Typically haters are not very educated and are never spiritually evolved thus they do not understand the laws of physics and the spiritual law of intention. When combined energy and mass create a combustible cocktail of energy can often return to the hater within weeks and months of their acts of bullying.
The Grammy-winning Songwriter Malik Yusef summed it up best in his beautiful Huffington Post blog, “The Psychology of Hate.” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/malik-yusef/the-psychology-of-a-hater_b_1491354.html ) “The best way to tell a hater is: look at how they treat others and look at their actions. Don’t think you are special. If they tear down and disrespect people they consider friends, and then smile in their faces when they come around, don’t deceive yourself as though they won’t be the same with you. I think the hardest thing for us as humans to do is accept people for exactly who they are. As Maya Angelou said, “When someone shows you their true colors, believe them.” Hatred ultimately destroys the hater. Don’t get tricked into thinking that you have to carry the burden of hate. The psychology of a hater is to impose their self-hate on others. It’s not as much about you as it is about them. Don’t take hate personally, because at the end of the day — it just isn’t. Don’t look at hate as a reflection of yourself and your work, but don’t use it as a crutch either. Take time to reflect and critique yourself and surround yourself with others who are honest enough to do the same. Now go get you some haters!”