Tuesday, October 18, 2011


There is a simple law in nature that says whatever you feed gets stronger. If you put more wood on the fire, the fire grows. If you want to gain weight, eat more! This is a simple law that almost everyone understands. What most people do not know is that this same law applies to the way we think. In terms of thinking, the rule is whatever we put our attention on we feed; whatever we feed, grows; and whatever we feed long enough will appear. Simply put, this is the Law of Attraction.

So much attention has been put on the Law of Attraction recently because people are beginning to understand that we are the ones that control our lives and we control our lives by the way we habitually think. The circumstances that we are confronted with on a daily basis are a result of what we think about the most.

I don't know how it began, but most of us think that we have to balance out a positive thought with the negative thought. There is a zero sum result from this kind of thinking. This is why so many of us keep living the same pattern over and over again. If you want to make real progress in your life, think only the positive thought. When we do this we gain real momentum toward a better life and a more positive way of thinking. At first, this will take a little bit of discipline because this zero-sum way of thinking is a long-term habit.

One of the most effective ways to a better way of thinking is simply to be nice to ourselves! Criticizing ourselves only brings more criticism. When you start monitoring your thoughts, you will be amazed at how negative you are toward yourself. Every thought is the raw material of an experience to come. Make sure that this raw material is positive and you will be amazed at how your life changes for the good. When someone asks you how you're doing, always answer with an enthusiastic, positive response. Even if you're feeling bad at the moment, they have provided you with an opportunity to move into a positive future. Don't worry about telling" the truth," plant the seeds of what you want and not about what you have. Your life will change effortlessly in front of your eyes!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

The Phenomenon of Jet Lag

Treatment with Chakra Balancing

David Wright, CRM

Around the holidays many of my clients were flying home or taking vacations.
Washington has such an international population that many of these trips involve
traveling great distances such as to Europe and Asia. The common complaint, jet

In my work, I measure and work with the quality and the intensity of Life Force
flowing through the chakra system and everyone of these people upon returning
home have what can easily be described as collapsed energy systems.

I have long since speculated that the phenomenon of jet lag has to do with the
rapid movement of jet travel across the magnetic field of the earth. Each area
of the earth has a specific magnetic signature and we become accustomed to it
and feel "at home". Traveling great distances at a high rate of speed seems to
disorient us and induces a sort of energetic trauma. Simply put, Energetically
we don't recognize were we are. Whenever we are shocked like this, we are likely
to contract energetically and the result will be a loss of vitality. Most people
report that the maximum impact of this trauma occurs at the end of the second or
third day upon returning home. I believe the actual collapse occurs right away
but they don't experience the full effect of the depletion until several days

Several of my clients visited me right before they left and were very clear and
powerful energetically. When they returned, their chakra system was virtually
closed down. In fact they exhibited an energy profile that closely resembled
PTSD. Everyone that has experienced jet lag knows that the effects are temporary
but can be quite uncomfortable. I realigned and cleared their chakras and I
noticed an immediate reaction. One client said that she felt like her blood had
started flowing again after the session. I heard from her after three days after
the session and she had remarkably escaped all of the discomfort that she
usually experienced. In her words she usually felt "drunk" after the third day
and because of the balancing treatment, she felt fine.

The more we travel, the less we are apt to suffer from the debilitating effects
of jet lag because we get accustomed to the rapid change in the magnetic field.
However, if you are like most of us who do struggle with the effects of jet lag,
there is help.

Take care and remember to be nice to yourself.

David Patrick Wright RM, PHC, C.Ht, BA.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Making Real Changes

Living is easy! That is quite a statement. In the broadest sense this is true;, it's just being. What's difficult for most people is all the thinking that goes on while we're just being! This may seem like a simple observation but yet out of this thinking, results all the problems that each of us face every day.

There are no good or bad events in the world. This sounds like an absurd statement at first but it's true. There are just events. One person's hero is another person's terrorist; one person's favorite food is disgusting to someone else. Each event is simply what each of us says it is. There is an old saying, "Every golf shot make somebody happy". It all depends on what you want. If you are the one hitting the golf shot you want the ball to go straight down the fairway onto the green. If you are the opponent, you want the ball to go into the woods; into the water; anywhere but straight and certainly not on the green. The funny thing is, it's the same golf shot. Whether you like it or you don't like it depends only up on your perspective. In other words, what your beliefs and goals are determine your experience.

Where do the majority of our goals and beliefs come from? The majority of our beliefs come from our childhood when we were the most impressionable with the least amount of discernment. Studies have shown that prior to the age of five or six years old we spend most of our waking time in a brainwave state called alpha. This is the same brainwave state that we reach in the state of hypnosis. When our minds are in alpha we will retain and believe information from a source that we trust. The main input of this information is our parents, our brothers and sisters and our teachers. During these early stages of life what we experience makes a very strong imprint. The beliefs that our parents are passionate about are recorded as true in our minds. We store these beliefs in our subconscious mind and everything stored here is in fact true for us.

Each of us is creating all of the experiences that we have in our lives. Most people however, do not understand the mechanism. We do this through the use of our minds. We are aware of our conscious mind but that is only part of the equation. The majority of our thoughts and beliefs exist below the surface at the level of the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is the powerhouse of the creative process. The combination of the subconscious mind and the conscious mind form a powerful magnetic force that draws into our lives all of the events we experience.

The easiest way to understand the relationship of the conscious mind to the subconscious mind is to think of an iceberg. Only a small part of the iceberg is visible above the surface of the water. The majority of the mass of ice is always submerged and out of sight. The ice below the surface is identical to the ice above the surface but is never seen. However, it has a tremendous effect. The same is true with the subconscious mind. All of our memories and beliefs are held in the subconscious mind. They are held there until the conscious mind request them. If we believe that we are smart we will feel a sense of confidence. If we believe that we are cowardly we will act in a cowardly way. Neither is true or untrue except to the extent that we believe it. Once an idea is accepted by the subconscious mind it cannot be changed until it is replaced by another idea at the level of the subconscious mind. This is why it is so easy to stay the same and yet can be very difficult to make changes in our lives as our desires and wants change. The subconscious is much like an automatic pilot on an airplane. Once of course is set the automatic pilot will make changes automatically to stay on course. The pilot may change the direction and altitude of the plane manually but if the automatic pilot is not reset once he takes his hands off the controls the airplane will return to the original setting course speed and altitude. The exact same thing happens within the subconscious mind. Anyone who has worked hard to lose weight, lost the weight and then gained all the weight back and then some will understand this principle.

Any lasting change in our lives must first be accomplished by changing belief systems at the level of the subconscious mind. Many if not most of our beliefs were first established and planted in the subconscious mind when we were children. From the time of our birth to about five or six years old, our minds operate primarily at a brainwave pattern called alpha. In computer language, this is the programming level. This is the same brainwave pattern that is established in the process of hypnosis. At this level of thought we are very impressionable. After the age of five or six our brains operate at much higher brainwave levels. This pattern is called beta. In beta, we are able to recall and reference belief systems and memories but we are unable to make changes to them. Many of us grew up with belief systems that do not serve us as adults. The easiest way to change these belief systems as adults is to use energetic processes like hypnosis Chakra Balancing or Reiki to clear away the old patterns and replace them with new thoughts, beliefs and ideas that are more aligned with our desires and goals today.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

MRI and CAT Scans

MRI's and CAT Scans are an integral part of modern diagnostic procedures. They can provide valuable information on the integrity of internal structures in the human body. They are important resources for modern medical procedures and have proved to be more benefical and less physically damaging than traditional x-rays. They do however, have an amazing effect on the Life Force system, primarily the chakras.

A number of years ago a regular client of mine called one day and said she felt "off" and asked if she could see me that afternoon. As she walked into my office, I saw that she looked almost grey, a sign of exhaustion.

I had just seen her the week before and she was vibrant and bright. The first words out of my mouth upon seeing her were "What happened?!" She said she wasn't sure but told me she had had an MRI the day before and hadn't felt right since. When I measured the output of her chakras I found that they were collapsed and the energy flow through them was at the most meager levvels. I treated her and told her to call me the next day and let me know how she felt. The next morning she called and she sounded like her old optimistic self. She had slept well and she felt fine. The Life Force was apparently flowing and everything was back to normal.

I believe that the intense level of magnetic energy that she experienced during the procedure had traumatized the chakras which are very sensitive to magnetic energy. The resulting low levels of Life Force flow were responsible for her disorientation. Because there had been no real trauma to the body, I believe that her Life Force would have returned in time but it could have taken several days or even more. Every client that I saw after that who had an MRI or a CAT scan exhibited the same pattern, without exception. I believe that these procedures are safe and often very beneficial but that the temporary impact on the Life Force system is real and predicable.

Now as a matter of practice I recommend to all my clients to schedule an appointment with me the day after one of these procedures. Re-opening and balancing the Chakra System is easy and simple and it makes a helpful procedure even easier for the individual to recover from.

Thursday, February 17, 2011


Depression is an epidemic in this country. A large portion of the population has either been on one or more antidepressant drugs at one time in their lives. Many people have been on these drugs for years. The original premise for the use of these drugs was to provide a temporary remedy for depression by allowing the natural bodily functions to recover. The intent was to then come off these drugs and to allow the body to resume it's natural balance. This doesn't seem to be the protocol today.

There are surely many causes for the syndrome called depression. I would like to address one possibility. In my experience, depression is often caused by the distortion and inefficient energy flow through the root and sacral chakras. When one or both of these centers are compromised, a person is very apt to experience a constant state of fear. These centers are responsible for the feelings of being grounded and balanced in life. In an attempt to minimize the feeling of fear, they often unknowingly and unconsciously contract these chakras to an even greater extent. The effort seems to work because they momentarily lose awareness of the fear but the actual cause of the fear is now greater. This strategy can only be repeated so many times before they are unable to contract these energy centers any further. At this point a sense of panic often results. They may have no other coping skills that they trust. At this point antidepressants may be employed with some temporary effect but the underlying energetic deficiency still remains.
Chakra Energization and Balancing has proved to be a valuable tool in restoring this energy and dissipating the fear that existed. I have witnessed this transformation many times over the years and the results have been sustained by learning new skills of dealing with the everyday obstacles of life.
If you or someone you love struggles with depression and attempts to find a solution have escaped you, this approach may hold promise for you.