Restoring Trust Lost in the World with Carolyn Winter

Emerging in the aftermath of the Paris attacks and the Belgian lock down with the the world contracting in response to these events was for me a most encouraging story.  The story of Antoine Leiris who lost his wife, the mother of their 17 month old son.  In an open letter he declared to the perpetrators “You will not have my hatred….. you  won’t have the hatred of my son either.”   He went on to explain that they will live with love and are free.

In the Resonance Repatterning system Leiris is at the point of choice.  He could choose to be a victim and the world would agree.   However, instead of spiralling down with fear, reaction, blame, hatred, anger or rage he has chosen the order of love.  He writes to the perpetrators ” …to respond to hatred with anger would be giving in to the same ignorance that made you what you are. You want me to be afraid, to look at my fellow citizens suspiciously, to sacrifice my freedom for security. You lose. The player still plays.”

As for the little boy who will never again see his mother: “..we will play like every other day and all his life this little boy will dare to be happy and free. Because No, you won’t have his hatred either.”  Leiris’ stand is courageous,

Your Point of Choice:  News from recent weeks has been filled with everyone’s reactions to the Paris events and the new threat levels world wide.  Here and there you will find a story of hope or encouragement.   Are you being triggered by the latest terrorist news into that downward spiral of fear, reaction, blame, anxiety or depression or are you actively choosing a higher thought order?   Be aware of your own point of choice and remember that you and only you have the ability to choose for yourself.

I once heard it said that if the entire world pulsed with the frequency of unconditional love for just one minute, we would instantaneously have world peace.   I want to believe this is true and while we may not attract the whole world, here at wph we can clear our patterns of inner peace and create waves for peace out there in the world.  May the butterfly effect prevail!

Resonate with Trust:  The continuing theme for my series is Patterns of Peace Among Faiths.   This Saturday December 5th  I will host a session focusing on the quality of TRUST  that enables us to spiral up as Antoine Leiris has done. When we trust that people are good, it is reflected in the little things we do day to day.  It enable us to treat others the way we wish to be treated, to listen and let others know that they matter and to keep our commitments.   Others respond to our frequency and extend the same trust back to us.

When we resonate with patterns of peace among faiths we’ll be creating a hologram of awareness for trust for each other.   We’ll be expanding the World Peace Hologram.

The session will include our own personal trust issues and intentions for financial stability, harmonious family relations, career, education and/or safety and security.

Please join me for the Repatterning the next session in this series “Resonate with Patterns of Peace Among Faiths.”  Complete the sign-up form with your information to be repatterned.

 

Resonate with Compassion for the Refugee Crisis – [A Youtube Live Event ]

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This event will be broadcast as a Youtube Live Event.  I will be in Budapest Hungary with Carolyn Winter in Toronto as the proxy (and techy person) .  Please join us for a repatterning to help send energy of compassion to these refugees. – Jennifer Johnson

**Our broadcast was delayed, and despite a couple of techy glitches did go ahead!    Here is the recording. 

November 16th, 2015 Resonate with Compassion for Refugees in Europe by Jennifer Lucky Johnson

In mid-November of this year I will be visiting family in Budapest, Hungary which has been a focal point of the Syrian refugee crises. The images in the news of thousands of people and families with small children fleeing their homeland in search of a better and safer life for themselves and their loved ones tear at our hearts. The newscasts also show images of brutal attempts to keep them from entering Hungary or neighboring countries even while there are those who attempt to offer support and compassionate understanding. The situation in Syria is only one part of the world where refugees are fleeing for their lives looking  for safety and shelter.

There are people who long to find compassionate responses to the multiple needs of refugees throughout the world and there are those who see a need for protection from perceived or real threats to their own personal security or safety. There are no easy answers to this humanitarian crisis but we do know that this crisis impacts each of us because we live in a world that is interrelated and interconnected on all levels.

‘We’re trying to live a different value system while asking for things to change. What’s most important is that every connection along the line mirrors the kind of world we are trying to create. Each step needs to reflect energetically what we’re after, which is a holographic image of the quality of relationships we are trying to create.” Marshall B. Rosenberg

This World Peace Hologram (WPH) is dedicated to “those who suffer yet have the courage to hope or ask for help and have faith that humanity will respond…” (from the WPH workbook)

Complete the form below to be included in this repatterning and obtain the Youtube link for the event or recording.  The session will be done (crossing fingers!) via a YouTube live event  from Hungary with practitioner and RPA Prez, Carolyn Winter assisting me.

[MP3 Recording and Transcript] 9.13.15 – Growing through Grief: Stage 2 – Anger

Thank you to all who participated in this World Peace Hologram to look through the veils of anger in the world and our lives and address the grief that lies behind those expressions.

If you did not have an opportunity to participate, you can listen in below or read the transcript and retroactively add your energy to the seeds we planted.

Do join me for the next stage of grief – bargaining – on October 13th!

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WPH anger and grief

Saturday 9.19.15: Resonate with Patterns of Peace Among Faiths – Focus on Compassion with Carolyn Winter

Please join me for the Repatterning series “Resonate with Patterns of Peace Among Faiths.”

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With Love and light

Carolyn Winter
Holographic Coach

Introduction: Repatterning for Patterns of Peace Among Faiths [New Series]

An important component of our well-being is to have faith, and or a spiritual or religious practice.    Such a practice, whether belonging to a group, attending religious services, practicing dogma, prayer or meditation can provide support in our lives and contribute to a sense of who we are and our purpose.   Our faith and related practices can help us through ‘dark nights of the soul’, give us guidance and support.  Science apparently is showing that involvement with religion can lead to longer life expectancy, lower unemployment and lower delinquency among youth.

In democratized societies we can take respect for our faith or religious practice for granted.  We are protected in law and we are not penalized for what we think.   We have no fear of expressing our thoughts or openly engaging in a spiritual practice that uplifts our spirit or our connection to our faith – provided our actions do not harm others or infringe on their rights.  However, in many parts of the world and perhaps within parts of our own that is not always the case.   Many wars or instances of a lack of peace are due to religious differences (witness the current situation in Syria) where some groups try to exert control over others.  For many, intolerance exists if others practice a belief different from their own.

There are many factors involved.  What stands out for me is how at no other time in history have we had so much access to the religions and faiths of others.  It is possible to live in a community that is strictly of our cultural heritage and or beliefs and yet work, play and interact with people of many other backgrounds.  I am not a historian, or a religion specialist, but I have noticed and read about how globalization is creating melting pots of culture throughout the world.  We all recognize the Golden Arches and clothing by GAP.  So, as our day to day existence becomes more the same around the word, we cling with passion to the remnants of what makes us different and unique, – our food, traditions, clothing, and our religion and our beliefs.  It helps us to claim our identity and connect with our clan and who we are.  This has presented both positive aspects of global expansion and evolution as well as deadly devastating clashes over thought and dogma.

Mostly we adopt the religious practice or faiths of our family and clan.  Most of us don’t really question or think about it.  Historically, our faith is a key link in our belonging to a family or clan.   However, it is only in the last 30 years or less, particularly in the west, that we have experienced the abandonment of religion, finding it again or creating a smorgasbord of religious practice that suits us and is not dictated by a fixed religious sect.  In doing so we may have abandoned our faith for social advantage or prosperity.  Intermarriage often asks a partner to decide to leave their faith to join the other.  Perhaps in the blending of families a religious path ended.  You may ask yourself – Am I resentful? Holding onto regret?  Resisting? Do I feel included or rejected because of my faith.   How well have I examined the faith that I was born into? A lack of self-inquiry may now have sprouted many unconscious patterns.  The dull unaware ache in our hearts is easily reflected in the global conflicts we watch on the news.

The importance of respect for a religious practice and set of beliefs is reflected in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations, Article 18 which declares:  “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.”

Additionally, in 2010 the United Nations also declared the first week of February to be “The World Interfaith Harmony Week (Feb 1-7th).  This declaration recognizes… “the imperative need for dialogue among different faiths and religions to enhance mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among people…”  (Declaration: http://www.un.org/en/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=A/RES/65/5)

In this Repatterning series we will map the patterns of intolerance each of us is noticing ‘out there’ in the world and we will compare this to the patterns within ourselves, seeking the light of day.   Rest assured that as with all repatterning sessions, acceptance and respect for all faiths are a given.   We will repattern to be able to understand others, appreciate our differences and not sacrifice who we are.  We’ll repattern to resonate with compassionate dialogue, and with key qualities of acting with mercy, kindness, compassion, and understanding for ourselves and all sentient beings .  We’ll resonate with the declaration above by the United Nations.

When we resonate with patterns of peace among faiths we’ll be creating a hologram of awareness that everyone is right, and deserves to be respected.  We’ll expand the space for dialogue that ‘enhances mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among people…”  We’ll be expanding the World Peace Hologram.

Please join me for the Repatterning series “Resonate with Patterns of Peace Among Faiths.” 

[MP3 Recording and Transcript] 8.14.15 – Denial as the First Stage of Grief over World Peace

 

Thank you to all who participated in this World Peace Hologram to process our collective and personal denial over our grief about the state of the world.

If you did not have an opportunity to participate, you can listen in below or read the transcript and retroactively add your energy to the seeds we planted.

Do join me for the next stage of grief – anger – on September 13th!

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Transcript of World Peace Hologram for Denial Stage of Grief

August 14th, 2015

Orientation

*We pulse together for trust, understanding, bonding with love and attaining a higher state of vitality and joy / ON

We used Lion’s Pose to shift into orientation

Problem statements about how denial affects world peace: (Final resonance is cleared)

1

People think… it can never happen here and disconnect from what is happening ‘over there’

2

There is a lot of collective avoidance of the need to examine and take responsibility for the stories shaping our lives, societies, and world.

3

The growing income gap between the ‘haves and the have nots’ and the trend to blame the poor for their poverty.

4

Chemtrails & Harpes are manipulating and putting toxins in our health & the free flow of life and nature.

5

We haven’t named the pain and so it cannot be healed. The denial of grief in nations and cultures erupts into hatred, rage and violence

6

Many religious people look for answers to their troubles in a future world or time, rather than doing what they can today to make the world a better place.

7

There is a lack of understanding how the breadth of our actions affects other cultures, other people, and the earth

8

We consume the news and the way we “educate” ourselves about the world actually distracts us from being able to process and act on the information we receive. This makes us think that we are informed, but doesn’t actually inform what we do

9

All of the distractions we provide ourselves affects world peace by allowing us to live in a state of denial. TV, smart phones, social media – these things are a way to either help us forget or distract us from remembering to be fully awake to our reality.

10

People are in denial about how their consumption affects the planet in ecological and social ways. We do not recognize the full effects of our daily consumption patterns

11

Our economic system and the corporations and political structures that support it are in denial of the unsustainability of how they operate, the negative affects they are having on the planet and people and the spiritual slavery they have created which distracts us from our full potential as humans

Fear

*I fear that it is too late and the problem is too large to solve / off

Problem statements about denial affects personal peace  (Final resonance is cleared)

1

I sometimes see people and situations as i want them to be or at their highest potential instead of how they really are which may be hurtful or not safe

2

Throughout both sides of my family I see people who were sexually, spiritually, emotionally, physically abused and are still caught in violent, victim-offender cycles of behavior and thinking.

3

I make and hold onto negative judgments about people who actively act against the poor, call them lazy and want to reduce funding to help the most vulnerable in our society.

4

I feel irritated, helpless and lost.
I do not love and trust.

5

I deny my grief and pain and feel judgmental and resentful

6

I get frustrated (and sometimes angry) with religious dogma and the people who live their lives in denial.

7

I do not know how to deal with violence

8

My own denial of the gravity of the world situation allows me to make decisions that are unhealthy or unsustainable for myself and the planet

9

I am in denial of the positive potential and support that we have to make positive change

10

I feel alone in my desire for us to wake up and start building a better future. I feel I must deny publicly parts of who I am because they are too “out there” to be socially acceptable. I am afraid I will disturb people or not be accepted so I deny who I am

11

Deep down I feel lost and confused in a chaotic world and I try to deny these feelings by keeping myself busy and putting up false structures in terms of my activities and personality. It is easier to deny who I am than to face the vulnerability of authenticity

12

I am in denial of my own competitiveness and how my overly developed sense of individuality leads to hierarchy and a sense of privilege

The underlying need 

*I am receptive to the higher purpose and meaning of every circumstance life brings /ON

Statements about what we want instead of denial  (Final resonance is ON)

1

We hear the true political back story behind issues of peace.

2

Acknowledgment and release of suffering. We feel all of pain of the denial that has been separating us from our truth, and then learn through that pain what we have been suppressing and what is ours to do to move forward in personal and societal healing. We create safe spaces, ways to share and teach energy work and tools such as drumming, dance, ritual, ceremony, and ways to gather in real heart-centered supportive community.

3

We work cooperatively as a society to identify the needs of the poor in our area and join efforts to meet the needs of basic personal shelter, health, educational, and spiritual needs.

4

We create a World free from Chemtrails & Harpes. Clear blue sky, fresh air and full spectrum of sunshine. Healthy and good tasting wild herbs. Lightfull people in love and trust.

5

I am fully present to every person and situation with love, respect and compassion.

6

People see the world today as it really is, there is good as well. To focus on the good and contribute to the good by helping others and digging deep within to be better people themselves.

7

We understand how one action in one country affects an action in another country and how we use the earth affects the whole earth and every person on it. There is a global network of health and peace for all.

8

We turn off the electronics and spend more time in nature, slowing down so we can actually reflect on and process what happens in our own lives and the lives of people around the world and our earth

9

We develop healthy rites of passage which recognize social and psychological development and supports individuals to step into their authenticity in a community supported way. We welcome each other’s gifts and differences. We create a culture of fully initiated adults comfortable with their strengths and weaknesses and compassionate for their and other’s shadow, who are able to see through the veil of illusion to Truth and discernment.

10

We resonate with the positive potential and the creativity and energy to make goodness a reality while still being able to hold the reality of the gravity of our current situation with compassion and clarity

11

We set aside differences to form communities based on acceptance rather than cliquish commonality

12

I accept limitations and see them a motivation for positive collaboration with community – others who have strengths I am lacking

13

We support local businesses and create a culture of healthy decision making around our consumption patterns that others naturally entrain to. This changes our political and economic system from the ground up in a positive and life and spirit affirming way

14

We write a new story for humanity, one in which light and dark are in peace and harmony, not in adversarial conflict; one in which we recognize the beauty and gift of life and are in reverence of ourselves and all beings around us; one in which we honor the elements we are made up of and let go of identifying with physical things or worshiping our tools.

The positive feeling we would have if we have what we want as listed above

*I feel comfortable, heroic, rejuvenated, and devoted / ON

Positive actions to realize what we want  (Final resonance is ON)

1

I consciously take in and question world news at least 1x per week.

2

I make steps that I am intuitively guided towards daily. For example I drum and chant healing rhythms before my yoga practice

3

I make regular contributions to the local food bank and support politicians who show signs of compassion to people struggling to make ends meet.

4

I breath in the moment, breathing deeply in with YES and out with THANK YOU.

5

I use the tools of Resonance Repatterning to heal old wounds of pain and grief

6

I Meditate every day for ten minutes.

7

I spend quiet time in nature once a week

8

Before I turn on the TV, my computer, or check my smart phone, I take a deep breath and ask myself what is my intention for this activity

9

I shop and bank locally

10

I find one community-oriented activity to do a week

11

I support campaigns to get money out of politics

12

I learn more about healing rites of passage

13

When I find myself confronted with an opposing opinion or someone with a lack of awareness I remember to breathe deeply and feel the sensations in my body, recognize and hold with compassion my visceral reactions.

Inner strengths and positive qualities needed to handle the problem and work towards what we want   (Final resonance is ON)

*I have faith. I have positive and affirming boundaries and expectations. I am truthful. I am willing to be the challenge that is needed, but also have discernment about when and what that is. I am heart-connected to others.

We identified a brain structure that needed to shift in resonance: The Pons

*The statement associated: I am connected to my automatic responses as well as to my ability to act with consciousness

We created a statement of forgiveness:

*I let go of my pain associated with ourselves, ancestors and divine creator for being part of creating the challenges to world peace today through actions supporting the denial of responsibility, right action and love and I open my heart to love and trust.   (Final resonance is ON)

Our spiral up tool was the consonant sound “L” and the mu point for the conception vessel (CV 24) located at the indent of the chin

[Video Link-Recording]Monday, 8.24.15. Reclaiming The Essential Father Energy…

 

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Monday, 8.24.15. Reclaiming The Essential Father Energy…

The lack of father energy and a stable family environment contributes to a lack of peace in the world. When the natural father energy is missing from the family unit the child may not receive clear structure. The mother typically provides love, softness, generosity and predictability. Yet the child needs clear direction; knowing what they can and cannot do; what the consequences of behavior are and what is truly of value. Divorce rates are high; fathers are often absent and women are trying to do it all. As a result children are not always receiving consistent father energy. The rise in gangs, terrorist groups, violence and a sense of the ‘inmates running the asylum’ as portrayed in the”Lost Boys” is the natural consequences of this missing ingredient. If there is no clear father setting the standards for high values and ideals then the “boys” will make their own rules. I believe this is a core issue contributing to the turmoil, violence and indifference to life that we are experiencing all over the world. I would like to begin exploring this huge topic with you and the many ways this missing energy plays out in our lives.

Ardis