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Lately I've been thinking about Lester Levenson's quote "we could see perfection where the...
Is Your Heart Open for 2014?
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"I Hate My Mother!"
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A story I would like to share with you to illustrate this subject. I have a client who always had...
Why Can't I Control the Pain?
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I would like to do a release on looking at pain and discomfort, and those types of symptoms, in a...
Sedona Method Foundation Course Fall 2014
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Let Go of Your Ego!
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The first time you turned on a light switch, did you know how it worked?  Probably...
Wanting to be Separate - Wanting to be One
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At the core is the belief that the individual is separate from the all, with the two opposing...
Effortless Flow of Life - Testimonials
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Thank you to all who spent a number of glorious summer days with Effortless Flow of Life on...
End of The Rope! (Part 2)
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In follow up to our release on being at the "End of The Rope" (Part 1); feeling so frustrated...
Operating in Good Faith: In the Home
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Let Go of Your Ego!

The first time you turned on a light switch, did you know how it worked?  Probably not.  Nevertheless, the light turned on and you were able to experience the benefit of the light right away, before you ever understood how it operated.  The more you can lead with your heart and not your mind in this process of letting go, the easier it will become.  If you find you are getting stuck in wanting to figure it all out, that's our friend the ego, and you can let go of wanting to figure it out! 


The ego will always try to keep us from letting go of the ego!

When we start moving into the Self, the ego starts putting road blocks in the way:  we get sick, we have accidents, we go to sleep, we yawn, we have other things to do, and things go 'wrong', because we feel we will be destroyed if the ego is destroyed.  We have convinced ourselves over the millennia that we are these limited thoughts and we think it takes way too much time to let go of these concepts of limitation.  (Beliefs, rules, etc.)

There is only one basic trouble in this world.  It is the common denominator of all problems -- it is trying to be an ego. 

If you want to be most creative, do away with the ego. 

Over time, after learning how to let go or release, you will start to catch yourself in the middle when you are involved in the old behaviour pattern.  You can release or let go when you recognize that you are getting caught up in the old pattern again and you will release and not do it.  Finally you may not even need to release about that particular tendency because you will have completely let it go. 

If you allow yourself to be aware and persistent, your attitude and effectiveness will eventually change for the better, even about long-standing problems.  It is also helpful to schedule short releasing breaks throughout your day to remind yourself to release.  Eventually, you may find your life getting 'lighter' and 'freer' and more alive!  You may ask yourself "What am I?  What is this world? What is my relationship to it?"  All other thoughts drop away and the mind becomes extremely concentrated.

May you enjoy a peace and bliss that surpasses all understanding.  Peace begins with you!  xo Luv, Karyn

 

 

 

Posted: September 21, 2013 at 11:33 AM
By: inpathways
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Wanting to be Separate - Wanting to be One

DualityAt the core is the belief that the individual is separate from the all, with the two opposing forces—wanting to be separate and wanting to be one - spinning around it in order to maintain this illusion. The wanting to be separate and the wanting to be one both require “other” – other people and other things to be separate from or feel unified with. Both wants also require a “me” to be separate from or joined with “other.”

The core belief is: “I am an individual separate from the all - “other.’” By seeing through the core illusions that make up the wants, we quickly discover what is beyond wanting – the one without a second – the field of unlimited possibility. 

Here are the basic programs behind the wants and their positive opposites to start welcoming in your life.   These are also great holistic releases. 

“There is a decider, doer, controller of what appears in awareness.”

 

Welcome:

“There is no me to be in or out of control. Deciding, doing, controlling are all simply the functioning of the one.” 

Or you can simply welcome harmony and surrender. 

“I am not love. I am the one who loves and who is loved.”

 

Welcome:

“There is no me to love or be loved. There is only love that we are.” 

Or you can simply welcome the love that you are. 

“I am the body and all else is a threat.”

 

Welcome:

“The universe is my body and I am safe and at home in this world.”

Or you can simply welcome life itself. 

“I am an individual separate from the all - other.”

 

Welcome:

“There is no me and no other—there is only That.”

Or you can simply welcome oneness.

 

Check my Facebook page Inspired Pathways for postings on the different releasing techniques - coming soon!  xo Karyn  

Posted: August 1, 2013 at 04:57 PM
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Effortless Flow of Life - Testimonials

Thank you to all who spent a number of glorious summer days with Effortless Flow of Life on beautiful Musselman Lake!

The pre-course materials helped to renew our focus on releasing.  By opening our hearts to what we want to experience in life, the intentions begin to flow and the ‘course’ begins, even beefore we gather.  The course was fully attended and the environment was perfect (as it always is).  It was a 'perfect' group of releasers!   We spent time boating, walk in forest, swiming in the lake and releasing in nature.  A good time was had by all.  - Karyn Klapecki

Testimonial Evidence of Effortless Flow of Life - July 19-23, 2013 in Ontario Canada:

 

The following are testimonials from the intensive experience in Ontario Canada:

“Lightness of Being!”  

“Recognizing my program and how it has been running my life.”

“Ability to release more quickly and with more ease, increased awareness of happiness being here right now.”

“Experienced the awareness of no time, the now more frequently.”

“Ability to stay in the natural state of freedom with no boundaries.”

“Seeing through my programs, programs of the ‘me’, and how they operate to keep the illusion of separation.”

“Allowed myself to feel that this story in space and time, and the 1000 attachments and aversions to it, are a contribution to the ONE, and let go of the feeling they are personal.”

“Gained a much deeper experience of living in the moment and, through the exercises, the ability to bring myself through questioning back to the moment – AM I that… or AM I the awareness of that- and this I can bring back to my daily life, infused with love.”

“Deeper understanding of my program and how I play it out in my daily life AND being able to see it without judgment and let go with love.” 

 

 

 

Posted: July 31, 2013 at 08:55 AM
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End of The Rope! (Part 2)

In follow up to our release on being at the "End of The Rope" (Part 1); feeling so frustrated with all the trying and "efforting" that we put into things, I'd like us to go a little deeper and explore what the real underpinning is of all of that push to try to be in control of things.

So in this moment can you allow yourself to just feel how much you just want to 'effort;, in fact it happens a lot, all day long. There is such well-intended efforting (sometimes it's not so well-intended and we're angry with our efforting and talking in our minds), but just welcome; welcome all of that wanting control, wanting things to go a certain way.  I'm wondering if you can just allow yourself to dive into that feeling, take a breath, breathe through it, be in it and allow it to be a sensation in this moment. Just notice how you are fine, you are still present, everything is good and there is this feeling that you can relax into; dive into.  We just allow that wave and rush of strong intention and effort to be here; to be more observant of it and not being afraid to dive a little deeper into how much we need things to go a certain way. Just welcome it a little more, as best you can.  It doesn't really matter what sparks that feeling - it could be a money issue, a relationship issue, a fear of how things are seeming to go and they could end, and there is a disaster looming - just see if you can get in touch with that, that there is actually a huge resistance happening to what else you're feeling and you're predicting and you are afraid of. 

See if you could come a little deeper into that feeling, that fear!  Let's just explore that a little more. Really you are pushing against what you think is happening or might happen in that energy and could you welcome that.  Let's sit back a little more in that sensation because, again, it's just here in this moment and nothing is really happening around you - it's just an experience, with a feeling, that we tend to clench around and we get caught up in all that doing and efforting, let's not clench, let's actually explore the fear, that sensation of just not knowing of how this is going to go -- Uncertainty!  Can you welcome the feeling of uncertainty, can you allow it as a sensation - it's about allowing a sense of not having control and notice how that's about being frightened as a person who is supposed to be doing something - not having control seems like a terrible thing.  But could you also notice that that's a story in this moment and there is nothing really happening.  It's the way fear penetrates into our consciousness and brings us into a sense of a very vulnerable person. Our freedom rests in moving through that vulnerability, recognizing it for what it is - so called facing our fears, which are provoked when we are uncertain, when we can't see what's going to happen or we're really afraid it isn't going to happen the way we want it to happen. And that's OK; that's normal, a normal experience, but we get caught up.  See if you can relax into that whole reaction energy pattern of EFFORT that gets sparked simply by not knowing, by being uncertain, and fear is having us predict the worst and get into action and effort.  Could you relax into all of that, breathe deeply and embrace this very repetitive and human experience?  It's fine.  Can you welcome compassion for all that happens in this energy of fear.  It's here now with compassion; it's simply where we focused and we can also focus on feeling safe in the uncertainty, in the compassion for just what is. Could you allow that even more, the resting with uncertainty, the beginning to trust - opening to just a trusting, non-efforting energy where we really do feel all is well and everything is unfolding as it should!

Karyn Klapecki, M.D. FCFP, CGPP, Founder of Inspired Pathways, International, Licensed Sedona Method® Instructor and Psychotherapist.

Please join my YouTube Channel and hear the day-to-day stories of a psychotherapist, learn to allow and to let go or release unproductive and unwanted feelings that are holding you back from the freedom that you are.  Also join me on Facebook 'Inspired Pathways'. If you are interested my seminars, intensives and courses, please visit www.inspiredpathways.com/events for up to date information. If you would like to enquire about in-office or private coaching, please send an email directly to me at karyn@inspiredpathways.com. CONFIDENTIALITY IS RESPECTED.

Posted: May 14, 2013 at 04:18 PM
By: inpathways
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Operating in Good Faith: In the Home

This is a continuation of video 1 - "Operating in Good Faith:  In the Workplace"

Good Faith in the Home

The same person I was speaking about in part 1 who was so easily to operate in good faith in his workplace, it is a different story in the home environment. Whenever this fellow came into his home environment, rather than really operating in good faith with his spouse, he was often very attached of the position of his two children. He came from a background where he was emotionally and sometimes physically abused as a child.  So he over identified with his children whenever his spouse got mad at them and really was disciplining and he would try to intervene with a loving approach in an attempt to make the children feel loved and not so wounded which, of course, was incredibly conflicting for the kids - they have one parent disciplining and one parent distracting them with loving  messages. That was not an example of operating in good faith with your spouse. The contract we have in a family is first and foremost with the person that you married that you want to be understanding of what's going on for them, you want to have their back, you want to be there with them and for them and he was really creating a divisiveness by being there for the children and kind of negating what she was saying.  Now she, on the other hand, was a bit over the top also, and that was another family issue from her upbringing, so sometimes her disciplining was totally over the top and it was all about her issues as well. Quite frequently this scenario would seem like 'four' children in the room, instead of two parents and two children. Everybody was launched in their past issues overcompensating for what they were feeling and the children were totally mixed up.  And, isn't that a common scenario for our upbringing. 

To operate in good faith you really have to be able to recognize what you are doing; you have to be able to feel your feelings and all of the urges that draw you into reaction patterns - you have to be able to recognize your reacting. When you actually look at your history and you review what's was going on in your life, you will be able to see those patterns quite well, so he was able to get in touch with that feeling of identifying with the 'victim' and he needed to release his own feelings from his own family scenarios when he was feeling victimized.

Letting go of feeling the unfairness; letting go of feeling controlled and trapped and not heard - all these very vulnerable feelings when we are not respected as children. 

Once he let that go, he could then have a different approach to supporting his wife. For example, he could take her aside into another room when she was really over the top and really be able to empathize with her. Empathy and operating in good faith comes from really being grounded and centered and not in our emotional reactive polarities. So, if he is loving and caring about why she is so upset, he can take her politely into another room and say, "I'm confused, I don't know why you are so upset, what's going on?  Let's talk about it just for a minute."  And they could process that and she could get to a place where she could move beyond her reactive issue and they could both then enter as a united front as parents who have to be able to tell the truth to children about what is and what isn't acceptable. Children have to learn to operate in good faith - that's the whole job of parenting is to be able to look at the whole situation and be respectful of other people and what they need and what they are saying; to care about the fact that the mother was really upset about a certain behaviour pattern; to be interested enough in it and to be able to link in some self-discipline in order to look at the whole situation and come to terms with operating in good faith within a family.

So, can you just look at the empathetic, heartfelt, truthfulness that will always set you free.  Have the courage to say what you have to say, whether it is with a spouse who is over the top, find your heart and do what you need to do. It could be children who are not listening, find your heart and say what you need to say and get them to think about it.

Operate in good faith with the truth, courageousness and just being in that balanced position and not worrying about what's going to happen to "me" if I say these things - just letting that go.  Karyn

Karyn Klapecki, M.D. FCFP, CGPP, Founder of Inspired Pathways, International, Licensed Sedona Method® Instructor and Psychotherapist.

Please join my YouTube Channel and hear the day-to-day stories of a psychotherapist, learn to allow and to let go or release unproductive and unwanted feelings that are holding you back from the freedom that you are.  Also join me on Facebook 'Inspired Pathways'. If you are interested my seminars, intensives and courses, please visit www.inspiredpathways.com/events for up to date information. If you would like to enquire about in-office or private coaching, please send an email directly to me at karyn@inspiredpathways.com. CONFIDENTIALITY IS RESPECTED.

 

Posted: May 14, 2013 at 04:15 PM
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