Rosalba Fontanez

Healing the Soul,
Restoring the Sacred.

Meet a Holistic Practitioner

 Hello Dear Friends, 

I would like to introduce you to a magnificent Holistic Practitioner.  She is a masterful healer and has extensive experience teaching and facilitating her gifts in the USA and abroad:

Mitta Vicki Wise is an RN and holistic practitioner originally from NZ.  She has been in practice in LA for many years.

Here are some of the ways she can help you:

·         Tired?

·         Sore feet/back etc?

·         Stressed? 

·         Need to give a gift?

·         Have an event? 

·         Foot, ear and hand professional Reflexology

http://www.yourholistichealthcare.com/reflexology.html 

·         Stress,

·         Stage fright,

·         Speaking in public,

·         Performance anxiety

·         Studying/passing exams...

·         Use guided imagery/visualization

http://www.yourholistichealthcare.com 


 Learn TAT and/or EFT for resolving challenges

http://www.yourholistichealthcare.com/TAT.html  or /EFT.html

 

Mitta Vicki Wise

818-754-2556     holisticcare@earthlink.net

 

She is a fabulous person and a skillful practitioner, I highly recommend her!



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Blaming Others -Taking Responsability

Burdensome Feelings
Blaming Others

As we begin to truly understand that the world outside of us is a reflection of the world inside of us, we may feel confused about who is to blame for the problems in our lives. If we had a difficult childhood, we may wonder how we can take responsibility for that, and in our current relationships, the same question arises. We all know that blaming others is the opposite of taking responsibility, but we may not understand how to take responsibility for things that we don’t truly feel responsible for. We may blame our parents for our low self-esteem, and we may blame our current partner for exacerbating it with their unconscious behavior. Objectively, this seems to make sense. After all, it is not our fault if our parents were irresponsible or unkind, and we are not to blame for our partner’s bad behavior.

Perhaps the problem lies with the activity of blaming. Whether we blame others or blame ourselves, there is something aggressive and unkind about it. It sets up a situation in which it becomes difficult to move forward under the burdensome feelings of shame and guilt that arise. It also puts the resolution of our pain in the hands of someone other than us. Ultimately, we cannot insist that someone else take responsibility for their actions; only they can make that choice when they are ready. In the meantime, if we want to move forward with our lives instead of waiting around for something that may or may not happen, we begin to see the wisdom of taking the situation into our own hands.

We do this by forgiving our parents, even if they have not asked for our forgiveness, so that we can be free. We end the abusive relationship with our partner, who may never admit to any wrongdoing, because we are willing to take responsibility for how we are treated. In short, we love ourselves as we want to be loved and create the life we know we deserve. We leave the resolution of the wrongs committed against us in the hands of the universe, releasing ourselves to live a life free of blame

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Cuando se comienza a entender verdaderamente que el exterior de nuestrol mundo es una reflexión de nuestro mundo interior, podemos sentirnos confusos sobre a quién debemos culpar por los problemas en nuestras vidas. Si teníamos una niñez difícil, podemos preguntarnos cómo podemos tomar la responsabilidad de eso, y en nuestras relaciones actuales, la misma pregunta se presenta. Todos sabemos que culpar otros es el contrario de tomar responsabilidad, pero podemos no entender cómo tomar la responsabilidad de cosas de las cuales no nos sentimos verdaderamente responsables.

Podemos culpar a nuestros padres por nuestra autoestima baja, y podemos culpar a nuestro socio actual por exacerbarla con su comportamiento inconsciente. Objetivamente, esto se parece tener sentido. Después de todo, no es nuestra avería si nuestros padres no fueron irresponsables o crueles, y no debemos culpar por el mal comportamiento de nuestro socio. Quizás el problema existe en la actividad de culpar.

Si nos culpamos o culpamos a los demas, hay algo agresivo y cruel sobre ésto. Creandose una situación en la cual llegue a ser difícil seguir adelante bajo sensaciones pesadas de la vergüenza y de la culpabilidad que se presentan. También pone la resolución de nuestro dolor en las manos de alguien con excepción de nosotros. En última instancia, no podemos insistir que los demas tomen responsabilidad sobre sus acciones; solamente pueden ejecutar esa opción cuando esas personas esten empañadas a hacerlo. Mientras tanto, si deseamos seguir adelante con nuestras vidas en vez de esperar alrededor de algo que puede o no suceder, comenzamos a ver la sabiduría de tomar la situación en nuestras propias manos. Hacemos esto perdonando a nuestros padres, incluso si no han pedido nuestro perdón, de modo que poder estar libres. Terminamos la relación abusiva con nuestro socio, que puede nunca admitir a cualquier fechoría, porque estamos dispuestos a tomar la responsabilidad de cómo nos tratan. Entonces, nos amamos como deseamos ser amados y creamos la vida que sabemos que merecemos. Dejamos la resolución de los males confiados contra nosotros en las manos del universo, lanzándose para vivir una vida libremente de la culpa.