Hello! My name is Anne Marie McNamara and my business is called CoCreate Health. I have been doing energy work for over thirty years and I use a variety
of energetic techniques to raise the vibration of land/property. In addition, I have a counseling background of over forty years, and am a massage therapist for over twenty years. I am also an author, and an artist and my artwork reflect my energetic work.
I am offering an introductory session, called "Autumn Cleaning" to cocreate a cozy, peaceful property with you. This is conveniently accomplished through the ease of an online connection. It is a very gentle energetic process and literally clear or cleanse the geographic area. The heavy lifting is done through my vibrational techniques.
The result is a transformation and creates a lighter atmosphere of peace and safety. Clarity is the result. Clients reported they feel clearer in their thinking, often sleep better, and thus gives them a welcome competitive edge on their jobs. People become motivated to declutter. Their home truly becomes a welcome haven after a long stressful day. Clients report they are feeling like they can let go of the past, release stuck ideas and are more present with an active connection to their life. This lighter vibrational energy enhances the spiritual mindfulness mediation practice of people.
People shift gears and report contentment and more able to focus on their goals. All this is done with ease and convenience. All that is required is an address so I can use Google Earth, emailed or IM photos of the front and back, and one PayPal payment of $197.00 with a $6.00 process fee. This offer will officially open October 7, 2019. Click here for a comp. 15-minute Facetime or Skype appointment Https://cocreatehealth.as.me/
Complex is in the eye of the beholder. Each leaf is unique but most of us will see in this photo one nature scene. Differences are taught and learned and divides the whole of living, loving and being connected. We all know that in our hearts! A roomful of love is worth a thousand discussions of differences.
A mosque in Jerusalem burned the same day, both on holy sites. The Catholic Church' structure built their religion on indigenous beliefs of goddesses and sacred “pagan” grounds. Elaine Pagel a scholar has written thoughtful insights about the early church and feminism. I agree that the Catholic CHURCH is a patriarchal structure of domination and secrets. The Catholic Faith is different. The simple idea that Jesus taught was live with love, acceptance and kindness towards others. I believe that Jesus-the man showed us all how to remember our deepest sacred self of the aspect of connection spirituality. In a sense, he was our human teacher to demonstrate the path to become enlightened or a “Christ”. The connection of all things as sacred is front and center this week. These two sacred sites fires happened during Holy Week. I do not think this is a coincidence. People are in prayer and fasting during the time. Fire is a purifying tool. These fires, just like 9-11 bring humanity together in grief and a shared experience. This shared experience is pinnacle in acknowledging sacred connection. Many unknown artists used their sacred talents to build these architectural wonders for all to enjoy, their act of loving connection. It will be rebuilt with the same care of detail and love. Some of the richest citizens in France have pledged millions to restore the cathedral. They opened their hearts because they understood the loss and are sharing their money. People have felt that this money could help the poor. It is helping the poor. An appreciation of beauty and artistic expression feeds all of us. Here is the woo woo part and really it is also science based. Different emotions have different vibrations, for instance love feels differently than anger. This fire has opened people’s hearts to the connection of the sacredness of living, all life. It has raised people’s energetic vibrations and may be a global tool for more compassion. I am beginning to believe people can not take care of the earth until they take care of loving themselves and live their life with self-care. That is why Denise Duffield-Thomas's work is so important. It teaches women and some men about money issues This really gives them permission to nurture through money. Thus, they are not making money to worship it, rather they are making money for balance, service and thus this action brings a higher vibrational money to the table. Your work and really all our work is so important in raising the global human vibration of love. Let’s do this and keep going.
Wow, I love to sit on my sofa meditate and think. Many of us are amazed at the bias news reporting and are trying to figure out what is fake news and what is real news. We feel discouraged by the lack of clarity of truth. It occurred to me that something else might be happening. What if this is really "out of chaos comes order" process. A process often discussed in a therapeutic setting. The idea that as we break down former patterns we experience a level of chaos as we sort through our feelings to reach a new understanding of who we are as a person. Years ago the Christian Science Monitor was the gold standard for factual news reports. No one mentions them anymore, at least not in my feed. Many of us remember the Walter Cronkite reporting. We are all comforted by his lack of personal commentary and his apparent un-bias approach. Well, it just occurred to me this might be an illusion. Why? Years ago, lots of information did not get reported. The general population did not know about the actual daily extent of racial, religious, and gender bias violence. We did not talk about it. Men were praised for being the strong silent type hero. White men appeared to outgrow their emotions as they aged. This was considered maturity. Men went to work and came home with limited engagement with their children. Sports and hunting were two areas men could bond with their children at least in my world in Tacoma. The arts were on the fringe of acceptability. Years ago people studied history and historical facts were presented an objective reports. Most of us now realize history books are written in a subjective manner. We all learned the accomplishment of heroic white powerful men, with an occasional mention of an Afro-American or woman. George Washington Carver, and Clara Barton are two Americans that I studied. It might be argued that Carver was a "get your hands dirty" farmer, and Clara Barton, the nurse that started the Red Cross, is portrayed as the saintly virtuous women to nurse the hero men in battle. Native Americans were only cast in a positive light if they were leaders of peace. I do not remember any individual Asians being singled out for greatness. What if a new day is dawning partially because of social media, and we are in the mist of healing our truth? For me this idea is a comforting thought of growing awareness leads to understanding, trust, compassion and love. Namaste
My sense is he has a split in his emotional development. That is, he trained himself to be logical and focused on the legal intent of the law. He has focused on achievement through his intellect. However, it appears his emotional maturity has been stunted, thus the nation witnessed a thirteen-year-old emotional response to questions. Personally, I think this hearing had little to do with Bret K. I think it was a vehicle for women to rise up and voice their own trauma about sexual aggression. This hearing reminded women of their own stories. Personally, I like to see men begin to talk about their own sexual abuse stories. The boys that were molested by the mothers, sisters, cousins, teachers, family friends and neighbors. It is particularly difficult for men because instinctively they are protectors. If the statistics are true, 1 in 4 females and 1 in 7 males are sexual abused than we are surrounded by people that have suffered sexual emotional trauma. Many have this sexual trauma in a dusty file marked top secret, never to be acknowledged. Some people continued this behavior because it is how they were raised, and it is familiar pattern of life. My hope is men start talking about these hidden truths. My goal is as human beings we can love and support each other as we all heal our wounds. This is not a male or female issue, this is not a political issue rather it is a human issue about the sacredness of our sexuality.
Suicide Awareness and a Method to Raise Your Vibration of Hope
Monday, September 10this Suicide Global Awareness Day and September is Suicide Awareness month.
It is timely for me because I just learned two people I know committed suicide. One was a dear friend from college and the other was an acquaintance. Both were bright creative souls and successful in their chosen fields. They seemed to have everything to celebrate life and yet they chose to leave this earth plane. Last week I was mourning my loss and cancelled my weekly facebook live TipTop Tuesday. It was too painful and I needed time to process ALL those pesky feelings.
Next, I did research. I read that 7 out of 10 suicides are white males. I will post some links at the end of this blog. It might be helpful for you.
Some of you may know I worked with violent offenders in my early thirties. Homicidal feelings and suicidal feelings are not on the opposite end of the spectrum rather they are the active and receptive actions of the same feelings. I do not believe that these feelings are the same for each individual. Some are full of rage, some full of despair, some both. Some die by their own hand by an act of passion. Others die with a calculated plan of action. We make a big point of talking about the tragedy and make sure we stress. No one is to blame. Often including the person that kills themselves, citing emotional or physical imbalances or both.
I marvel at the idea that no one is to blame. We are a society of should, do better, guilt and shames. Yet, suicide gets a pass. I find that fascinating. We need to ask ourselves, why is that? For each person it might be different. For me it feels like the “should” of our society encase our spiritual creative being of oneness.
Easy fix, sing this little snippet of this wonderful uplifting song as a form of meditation.
“This little light of mine, I am going to let it shine.
On a personal note, I realize that besides feeling suicidal when I am stressed I feel suicidal when I know I need to change some behavior or outlook. However, I do not want to go there, and revisit my emotions or past memories. It feels too overwhelming. I want to stay status quo. I want to stay in what I know even if what I know is not peaceful or useful to my life. It is a push-pull. The suicidal feelings is my Whole Being's way of saying, "Move forward sister or die. " I talked to a friend of mine about this and she has gone through the same experience of rebirthing. When we change it is a form of re-birthing and a part of us dies or fluff off the old, just as a snake sheds their skin to produce an underneath layer of a glorious new skin of survival.
Have A Dazzle of A Day
Here are the links I promised.