Spiritual Surgery For The Multi-Dimensional Soul
Daphne Thompson is an author, motivational speaker, and founder/director of the Yahweh Rapha Center, a leading organization in spiritual success through a reprogramming of the soul’s mind/body/heart connection to the centered and Realized Self. After an intense inner transformation changed the course of her life, she became driven to understand, integrate, and deepen that transformation through a wide range of spiritual works that included the art and science of yoga and energy medicine.
She has been a practitioner of Energy Medicine 2008. Since then, she has pursued studies of advanced healing in working with the human energy bio-field and its multiple dimensions at the Energy Touch® School of Advanced Healing. To quote her from a recent interview, "I use my gifts, skills and knowledge responsibly to support the physical, emotional and spiritual health of my clients, and it is my highest intention to strive always toward developing an environment of peace, harmony and nurturance for healing to occur."
*All illnesses are addressed and examined with the intent of EGR (Ener-Genetic Re-coding) restoring wellness. I cannot however diagnose or prescribe therapy that requires a license to practice unless specifically qualified to do so.
Over the years, I've witnessed many clients suffer from various forms of sickness, illness, and disease that have stemmed from an inner instability of knowing who they are. Life is a gift to discover who we are in Christ. We all come into this world with some form of spiritual sickness that leaves us blind to our true sense of purpose. For some, this discovery process seems to take longer than for others. In reality, there is more to the progress of a soul than what we can see on the surface. We are not to lose hope. Each of us has unique and divine gifts that are meant to be discovered, opened, and used to bring light, love, and healing into the world.
When lacking a true sense of purpose and self-worth, it is difficult to near impossible to find true meaning in life. In fact, if kept unchecked, over time the body will begin to deny its 'self' residing within, and from there a self destruct mentality and perception start to form seeds that grow deep like roots, embedding themselves into our subconscious state of being who we become to ourselves, over and over. Without disruption to mind, the soul will not advance and new seeds of growth will not take root enough to transform the ways of the individual enough for it to change its awareness and perceptivity of the self within. The self resides within our habits which are formed based on personal beliefs about self and the 'other' who is outside of the self. Of which the concept of separation keeps us divided. If we don't pay attention to our habits, our lives will be ruled by what beliefs give structure and meaning to life for us. Upon examining our habits, we discover our identity. The identity known, and the one yet for us to find. Through self-healing and recognition of the things that need letting go of, we become aligned to our risen nature while the old one dies and the new, higher self emerges.
How do we know if our habits are serving us truly? Ask yourself, "Am I being depleted of joy in any way? Do I sense a loss of purpose? Is there in any way a greater love that I am not being fed by that can fulfill my life and truly satisfy me? To address the roots of that which depletes us takes away from us our joy, purpose, and passion is where we can also find lie the locusts. The locusts are at the center of the mind, They live in our memory. They hate us and we hate them. We replenish them with the very same thing that they put out to us. This consumes us and our energy levels drop affecting our sense of well-being, our sleep, and our relationships. When doubt, worry, jealousy, anger. hatred, fear, idolatry, and addiction are the poison we consume, our locusts grow in size making us feel less inclined to do something about them because we feel helpless and no longer in control.
These locusts are the giants within that act as traps for the mind. How does one become free of these mental traps? To avoid them? No. BY positive thinking alone? No. But by both digesting new information for the mind to discover itself and to repeat its divine nature over and over through devotion, meditation, and sleep, recovery of the soul begins and continues until he becomes aware of what he truly possesses which cannot be found outside of himself. Once this act of self-love recovers the soul, self-respect is regained and the soul can respect others for itself to regain authority before them. In other words, the once written tongue is no longer and they can authentically be themselves, recovering the hope of others in their presence. To truly love our enemies, there must be no fear present in the sense of self because it knows where its source and strength come from, not from any external source but that of within. With fear being present, the soul denies itself true freedom and begins to worry, taking away from its right to know love at all times.
Fear associates with punishment and there is no punishment in love that is perfect. When perfect love co-exists with the True Source of Life, our co-existence becomes one with them, all who are created by the Divine light within that gives life and breath to all living things. Learning this, we discover for ourselves that when we bind fear with love, there is no love, but when love alone is present there is no fear to bind itself to. Fear only bonds to fear and therefore is no longer necessary to adapt to if we want to be separate from all illnesses that are only present in the mind of the self that is separate from God. Fear suspends evil for what it is and allows it to be the same as it is, was, and will be. Fear can only feed on more of what it is. only knowing this kind of existence is by no means the love God gave us to live by. But by His love alone, we know that Love is all that there is.
Many of my clients over the years have seen the healing of God by learning to see and believe in a new Christ like identity in themselves , one that has the power and authority to radically change lives around them, beginning with their own.