Tools and Tips

On my radio show on the 19th, I shared some tools I use to deal with situations energetically.  Enjoy!

The Soul to Soul Chat

  • When you are in that relaxed state just before falling asleep you can ask to talk to someones soul or spirit.
  • Say everything that is on your mind. let the words flow, do not worry about how you sound or how they will receive the information.
  • Doing this lets you practice difficult conversations and the other person hears it on a soul level, which means they will not be defensive when you have the actual conversation.
  • Works with anyone whom you have to have a difficult conversation with.

Cord Cutting Meditation

Sit down, feet flat on the floor, arms on your lap and say:

Archangel Michael, I call upon you now.

Please cut the cord of fear, obligation, or attachment with ______________________.

that have been blocking me or draining me in the past.

I am now willing to trade all the pain for peace.

It is done, it is done, it is done.

  Soul Letter

Letter format


Dear Soul or Spirit (for people or  for situations)  of (name) , Date: __________

I have become aware of (describe your situation openly, including all your emotions, for as many paragraphs as you need, be blunt, be honest, use all the words you need, even if they are not polite in public.  really let your emotions fly, be creative ).

For these things that I am aware of and any I am not, I give my soul permission to (work with, release, eliminate, transmute, balance, harmonize, let go of,  etc.) the above described situation and emotions both consciously, unconsciously and subconsciously.

They have made their point.

I thank them for the experience. I’ve had enough – now go away. I forgive the experiences and I release them to the nothingness from which they came.

I forgive (name of person, situation or thing that you are releasing, if applicable). I release them to their highest good.

I forgive myself. I release myself to my highest good (freedom, fulfillment of inner dream, clarity, love, joy, expression, prosperity) with perfect compassion in harmony with the Universal Wisdom and hope.

Thank you. May this or something better happen for the highest good of all.

Sign Your Name

Burn your paper and bury the ashes in Mother Earth.  She will take care of it for you too.


Hoʻoponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. Loosely, and I mean loosely translated in English means, “I’m sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.” The word has much more meaning in Hawaiian. It has been used for a long time, but it’s Dr.Hew Len who we have a account of just how powerful a mantra it truly is. He was appointed clinical psychologist for the prison ward at the Hawaii State Hospital. Poorly managed, patients were out of control, employees feared for their life. Dr.Len would go through the patient’s files and Ho’oponopono them as it were. He never saw a patient. Slowly but surely the environment changed, patient and staff health improved until after 4 years, the entire ward closed. Forgiveness works. Case closed. ; )

Tip: You can do this for yourself and others. Simply repeat the words over and over again to yourself, outloud or written. Let it go and watch the magic happen!

“I’m sorry,

please forgive me,

thank you,

I love you.”


This is an ancient meditation taught by the Buddha himself, and is designed to bring unconditional love to your Self, your loved ones and even learn to send unconditional love to beings throughout the universe. It will help to bring peace to situations taking place in your life. It will also allow you to look at the world in a more positive light.

Here’s how it goes …..

You can begin by sitting down in a comfortable position and closing your eyes. Sit with your back erect, without being strained or over-arched. Just be comfortable. You can sit in a chair or on the floor, whichever works best for you.

Bring your attention to your breath. Take a few slow, deep breaths. In .. and out. In … and out. As you exhale, imagine you are breathing out all negative thoughts and emotions. Breathe in pure light, kindness, generosity and love — breathe out anger, breathe out any thoughts of harm to others or yourself or feelings of fear or failure. Relax your body. Feel your energy settle into your heart and into the moment, the present, the Now.

See if certain phrases emerge from your heart that express what you wish most deeply for yourself, not just for today, but in an enduring way. Phrases that are big enough and general enough so you can ultimately wish them for all of life, for all beings — everywhere.

The phrases of loving-kindness are things like,

“May I live in safety. May I be happy. May I be healthy. May I live with ease.”

You can gently repeat these phrases over and over again. You can have your mind rest in the phrases and whenever you find your attention has wandered, don’t worry about it. When you recognize you’ve lost touch with the moment, see if you can gently let go and begin again repeating the phrases.

“May I live in safety. May I be happy. May I be healthy. May I live with ease.”

Call to mind somebody that you care about — someone close to you — someone for whom you have positive feelings — perhaps a family member, a good friend, or someone who’s helped you in your life, or someone who inspires you. You can visualize them, say their name to yourself. Get a feeling for their presence, imagine them being with you now, here in the present, and then direct the phrases of loving-kindness to them.

“May you live in safety, May you be happy, May you be healthy, May you live with ease.”

Call to mind someone you know who’s having a difficult time right now. They’ve experienced a loss, or a painful feeling, or a difficult situation. It may be someone you know — or it may be someone who you’ve heard about. If somebody like that comes to mind, bring them here into the present with you.

Imagine them sitting in front of you. Say their name if you know it. Get a feeling for their presence and offer the phrases of loving-kindness to them.

“May you live in safety. May you be happy. May you be healthy. May you live with ease.”

Now, think of someone who plays some role in your life, someone you don’t know very well, perhaps someone for whom you have no particular feeling for, or against. Maybe the checkout person at the supermarket where you shop. It could be the gas-station attendant, somebody that you see periodically. If someone like that comes to mind, imagine them sitting in front of you, and offer these same phrases of loving-kindness to them. This could also apply to someone for whom you may be harboring negative feelings.

“May you live in safety. May you be happy. May you be healthy. May you live with ease.”

When we connect into these phrases, when we aim our hearts in this way, we’re opening ourselves to the possibility of including, rather than excluding — of connecting, rather than overlooking — of caring, rather than being indifferent. And ultimately, we open in this way to all beings everywhere, without distinction, without separation.

“May all beings live in safety. May all beings be happy. May all beings be healthy. May all beings live with ease.”

All people, all animals, all creatures, all those in existence, near and far, known to us and unknown to us. All beings on the earth, in the air, in the water. Those being born, those who are dying.

“May all beings everywhere live in safety. May all beings everywhere be happy. May all beings everywhere be healthy. May all beings everywhere live with ease.”

You feel the energy of this loving-kindness meditation extending infinitely in front of you, and to either side of you, behind you, above you and below you, surrounding you. As the heart extends in a boundless way, leaving no one out —

“May all beings everywhere live in safety. May all beings everywhere be happy. May all beings everywhere be healthy. May all beings everywhere live with ease.”

And when you feel ready, you can open your eyes and see if you can bring this wonderful, loving energy with you throughout the day, everyday.




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  1. Janet Simons


    I have made a habit of turning my worries over to the Universe every night before I slumber, but never thought of the “Soul to Soul” conversation possibilities.

    WOW! Good stuff, I can’t wait to try it and will recommend it to my friends and family.


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