Risking change – is it safe?

By Jena Griffiths | September 29, 2017

Markus Hirzig portrait We will be discussing this topic with Markus Hirzig today on our sister site Earthuni at 10 am CEST. Join us live and ask questions.
Topic – the game of curiosity and safety

In this call Markus will talk about safety and security as the base of our development. We will discuss the tension between curiosity and safety/belonging. What does belonging have to do with safety and why is this important for you to know right now.
Then Markus will share thoughts about the possibility of taking time to feel into change and look deeper.
How do we dare to move on, and risk change, even if the world doesn’t agree or support us?

Replay is in Earthui.

Topics: Be yourself, Being in transition, Can't say no, Don't know what you want, Family complications, Responsibility vs irresponsibility | No Comments »

Interview with Ingeborg Bosch – PRI – a laser approach to emotional healing

By Jena Griffiths | September 8, 2017

This Tuesday, 12 September 2017 I’ll be interviewing Drs Ingeborg Bosch on Past Reality Integration.
Ingeborg Bosch PRIWhat is PRI and how can it help you?
PRI is a shortcut to happier relationships, better parenting and a more functional life.
Past Reality Integration, PRI for short, helps you to live your life fully in the now. The clear, detailed model shows you how your past negatively impacts your present life. But, more importantly, PRI gives you the possibility to remove these blockages, with effective techniques and practical tools, that you can apply independently.

I met Ingeborg while in Findhorn last month, she was on holiday in Scotland and joined my life purpose workshop to inspire her 20 year old daughter. During the workshop I asked Ingeborg to demonstrate her work and was incredibly impressed with what I saw and experienced. She really has developed a great way to get out of your own way, and out of the past. What I really love about it is the DIY part. Many of us can start releasing the past by applying PRI principles immediately. And if not, there are many certified practitioners on her website.

Ingeborg is the author of 5 books: Past Reality Integration – 3 steps to mastering the Art of Conscious Living, Rediscovering the True Self, Illusions, and Innocent Prisoners – a book about conscious parenting (this particular book is not yet available in English but will be soon. The other 4 have been translated into both English and French, from Dutch.)
Ingeborg offers courses in PRI, and trains therapists in Netherlands, the South of France and elsewhere. She also offers a PRI Level 1 certification course online. More about this course and Ingeborg on her website

The replay – click here to access first interview replay
Ingeborg will be back with us in January to discuss how PRI can help solve numerous conditions such as addiction, burnout, anger, over-serving, over-eating and so on. In the meantime please purchase her books or seek therapy from someone trained in her system.
The PRI online Level 1 course starts next year, January 2018.

Topics: Burnout cures, Depression Cures, Fear, Grief and rage, Parenting, Parenting, surviving abuse | 2 Comments »

2017 calls

By Jena Griffiths | January 16, 2017

For all 2017 calls in Earth School go to Earthuni click here

First call is: here: Markus Hirzig, this is a second Q&A on subtle body competencies and grounding light.

Topics: overwhelm, spirit | No Comments »

Are you grounded? Interview with Markus Hirzig

By Jena Griffiths | December 4, 2016

markus-hirzigSome of us have really bad memories when we think of being grounded. Like, being barred up at home with our parents instead of playing with our friends. But what does “being grounded” really mean?
December 8, we’ll be talking to Markus Hirzig on why we need to ground ourselves now more than ever before and what we can do to clear the way to allow the light to anchor more fully through us, how to build a bigger base to embody higher consciousness and also how to bring more joy and manifesting capability into our lives.
Markus Hirzig The replay will be here after the event.
Who is Markus?
Markus Hirzig has been mentoring people for more than 30 years. He began as as a physiotherapist and for the last 20 years has been an osteopath, as well as a trainer and coach. He has been working closely with spiritual teacher Thomas Huebl for more than 10 years and is a senior mentor in Huebl’s community.
Markus was instrumental in helping me land on planet Earth again after a trip around Mars, Venus, the moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, the sun, planet X …. join us live for this call or pre-submit questions if you can’t make the live call due to time zone..
Learn more from Markus in Earthuni. Find out more here

Topics: Be yourself, Being in transition, Building a successful business, Burnout cures, Coming Soon, Conflict resolution, Dealing with intense emotions, Depression Cures, Fear, Fun, Grief and rage, Happiness, Health, Heart & Spiritual Journey, Leadership, overwhelm, Procrastination, rollercoaster life, spirit, suicide, surviving abuse | No Comments »

What to do about world events

By Jena Griffiths | December 1, 2016

Mystical teacher Thomas Hübl offers commentary on recent world events:

Profound, thought provoking advice on becoming a mature citizen of the world.

Topics: Conflict resolution, Fear, Grief and rage, spirit | No Comments »

Grounded again?

By Jena Griffiths | December 1, 2016

earthuni
starting soon. starring you.
first interview this Thursday right here

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Earth School has a new campus! Meet Earthuni

By Jena Griffiths | February 21, 2016

Earth School now has a second campus called Earthuni.
The site you are on is where you will find guides who can help you with specific challenges.
Earthuni focuses on developing subtle body competencies. Our guide here is Markus Hirzig

Access archive of all previous interviews – go here

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Access free calls here
A massive reference library for hand analysts is available on this site. Unlock the entire library here
Also visit Jena’s hand analysis blog for 10 years of in depth articles.

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Pain in the world – how can you help?

By Jena Griffiths | November 15, 2015

The German word for compassion is Mitgefefühl (to feel with) or Mitleid (to suffer with) but this could be a catastrophe for us or the world in general unless we do it consciously. Read the rest of this entry »

Topics: Being in transition, Conflict resolution, Dealing with intense emotions, Dealing with the inner critic, Depression Cures, Fear, Grief and rage, spirit, suicide | No Comments »

Do you feel like you don’t fit in?

By Jena Griffiths | November 2, 2015

Our lives are driven by the questions we ask ourselves. Are you asking the right questions?

There’s something compelling about running with the herd, moving as one at recklessly high speeds. Horses tune into this state. It is like they can’t stop themselves. Cyclists feel it too. Wheels whirring. A sense of peace that comes only with total presence due to extremely high risk. It’s a flow state. Reacting like fish in shoal. Becoming One Mind.

Whenever I see a bike race on TV or anywhere it brings tears to my eyes. The sound of the wheels brings back memories of that cherished state. And then I know how horses feel when a cycling peloton whizzes past their paddock. They feel that irresistible pull. They will do anything to jump whatever barrier is between them and the pack that’s moving as one mind. If it isn’t possible to join the pack they’ll run along with it while still inside their paddock, as far as their confinement allows. Can’t they see they are horses not bicycles? What is this intense urge to run with the herd?

Once, in my cycling days, we had a high-jumping horse try to join our bike race. All hell broke loose. There were cyclists down, the pack split and eventually external help was needed to remove the horse from the race. When a horse tries to merge with a pack of cyclists it is just not going to work, no matter how well behaved the horse or how tolerant the cyclists. Someone is going to get hurt.

A friend of mine has a teenager daughter who urgently wants to run with the herd. She ’s very bright, talented and a free thinker and as a result she’s rather unpredictable. She just doesn’t fit in with the local gang and they won’t let her.
Why not? She doesn’t behave the way the others behave. Like the cyclists not wanting the horse to join their pack, it is not that there is anything wrong with her it is just that she’s in a different league. They don’t feel safe because there is no possibility of anticipating what she’ll do next.

So how does that help my friend’s daughter? Right now all she feels is total rejection.

One healing story to remind her about is Read the rest of this entry »

Topics: Be yourself, Dealing with the inner critic | No Comments »

Re-dreaming the future

By Jena Griffiths | August 30, 2015

Here’s a bunch of sea daisies for you, a fragile gift of hope from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. I took this close up photograph of living coral last month, near Cairns, after making a special trip out there to go see for myself. (The last time I dived in this region was in New Caledonia 18 years ago. )
We are constantly bombarded with terrible news about the state of our planet. And while yes, we do need to take urgent action, we also need to be mindful of what vision of the future we breath life into. I choose a future where we preserve our beautiful blue planet and all life on it.
On this note, have you seen Brad Bird’s new film called Tomorrowland? If not, I urge you to see it, and tell everyone else to see it too. Hollywood has always been a barometer of our collective Zeitgeist, and this important new film indicates that, at last, the collective tide is turning.
I’m really happy that Disney backed it, because it echoes the spirit of Walt Disney who once said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.”
(See Deepak Chopra’s novel The 13th Disciple for a biblical interpretation of the same story-line. In this case, the author of the book of Revelations fills the same shoes as the protagonist in the Tomorrowland movie.)

How reality works is a difficult concept, even for scientists who admit that they don’t yet have all or even half the jigsaw pieces. Already 80 years have past since Austrian Quantum physicist Erwin Schrödinger gave us “Schrödinger’s cat” to explain how (or how not) thoughts or expectations influence future outcomes. Tomorrowland is an admirable attempt by Disney writer/director Brad Bird to explain to the masses, without preaching, the importance of each of us holding the right vision, plus acting on our visions, in order to impact on future reality.

What has this to do with fragile sea daisies?
Each of us has to do the work, alone and collectively, of managing our own thoughts and emotions, and of holding a positive vision of the future and acting accordingly.
The question is how can we actually do the work of re-calibrating our thoughts and emotions on a daily basis?

The sea daisies are here to remind you that it is our own thoughts and emotions that take us to the bottom of the ocean. These tiny daisies are my gift to you, to remind you that no matter how dark it gets, or how extreme the pressure, this is a supportive universe and there’s beauty and magic everywhere. We just have to notice it.
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This is where fingerprints come in as they are a precise map of how to do this.
(For more on this see think like a diver)

Topics: ecology and nature | No Comments »

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