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The Loving Energy Newsletter Rabbit Issue #4

Posted by on May 15, 2024 in Newsletter

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1. Hello and blah blah blah

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to The Loving Energy Newsletter Rabbit Issue #4! 

Yes, what a mess! I’m referring to the picture above, writing the menu on top of some random graffiti.

Ahem. Actually, not random at all… That owl perching on a purple branch was my first and only attempt on Street Art. The purple lines on the right that looks like a tilted 石 (my surname in Chinese) was my signature tag and the bunch of blue squiggly lines on the left was an impressionistic portrait of my husband PhotoMan because of his squiggly hair. 

Chaotic beauty, my mum would say. A Chinese term that depicts there is harmony amidst chaos. This concept that duality can coexist features often in Chinese thinking and sayings. For example, stillness in the midst of motions, clarity amidst confusion. 

My first clarity amidst confusion encounter that I remember happened moments after my brother and I finished watching a re-run of Grease on day-time television. 

‘This is not normal,’ My brother made an observation, ‘It should be the bad students learn from the good students but they showed the other way round. Not normal.’

I was around eight years old then. My eyes gave up chasing the Chinese subtitles long before the movie ended and I was confused how all the students were so old. After what my brother said, the whole movie became a blurry backdrop for two crystal clear facts: 1. Bad students should learn from good students. 2. The movie Grease was not normal. 

These facts remained in a filing cabinet in my mind for many years till I came across the concept of programming or mass hypnosis. Ha! The movie was created to program young minds! Lucky that my brother, who was eleven years old then, had the clarity to inform my young and confused self that it was not normal!

This ‘not normal’ fact popped up in my mind again when late one night at a party, a woman told me how she was following her boyfriend’s philosophy of enjoy the moment and she did not care that she had had too much to drink and was going to feel awful at work the next day.

She was doing the ‘not normal’! 

I have done a lot of ‘not normal’ too. Late nights, alcohol, cigarettes and more, basically testing how good a rubbish bin my body could be. I think people are curious and maybe the grass just look so much cooler. They have a taste of this and that and then decide what they want to do with their life. Experimentations. When we have tried or seen enough, we choose what brings us long lasting joy. Or not. 

‘There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.’ ~ William Shakespeare (Hamlet)

Normal or not, may you have clarity amidst our confusing world!

Love,

Stephanie 石 The Loving Energy


All emotions are allowed at TDR

The Divine Reveal (TDR) is a quantum health process that typically runs for 5 to 8 weeks (approx. 12-14 hours appointment time). Malka Ahern was inspired by Anita Moorjani’s Near Death Experience (NDE) as detailed in her book ‘Dying To Be Me’ to create this unique modality for bringing phenomenal transformation to committed individuals. All sessions are conducted online via Zoom.

Click here to find out what TDR – The Divine Reveal – is all about, or,

Click here to schedule a TDR Introductory Session.

I’m offering the complete TDR process free of charge for another moon cycle. If you want to receive this free offer, attend a TDR Introductory Session on or before the 19th of May. Do drop me an email if you cannot find a suitable time in my online scheduling planner. 


Thanks to our moderator Patricia Darden, the TDR Support Groups are more often than not filled with joyous harmony. Recently, a group member who is usually full of smiles cried uncontrollably. Just like most people would in the same situation, she tried to stop herself from crying while apologizing profusely for her display of emotions. Malka Ahern, the founder of TDR, interjected with this announcement:

All Emotions Are Allowed. 

Phew!!! What a relief!!! We just came out of a meditation and I was still feeling all zoned out. Malka’s announcement spoke to my whole being, especially the parts that still held on to the belief that it was bad to be afraid, angry, sad, or too happy, as well as the way I expressed them. In order to survive, I learnt to suppress my emotions since childhood. 

The most puzzling part was having to suppress laughter. I was reprimanded for laughing hard since childhood through teenage years, and even as an adult. I was told that I should keep a straight face because I made too much noise/I should be more serious/I looked so ugly with my mouth wide opened.

Want to express yourself fully and be your authentic self once again, unhindered by all those social conditioning? Join me in the TDR – The Divine Reveal – process where you reconnect with your Pure Essence. Click here to read more about the TDR process or here to schedule a free TDR Introductory Session. I look forward to meeting with you!

In this video, I talked about how many of us had learnt to shut up from childhood and we journeyed together to visit our child-self to learn to giggle, laugh and speak our mind again. 


3. Thought of the Moon Cycle

The Thought of the Moon Cycle is ‘Draw What You See, Not What You Think’. 

You see, I started taking drawing lessons recently. It was not at all what I thought. 

I thought art was vague and artists were vague people. Turned out still life drawing is all about measuring whatever you are drawing, then you lay down some measured dots and you join the dots to form the outline of the objects. Have you ever seen an artist, maybe in a movie, holding a pencil with straight thumb and straight arm, staring with one eye closed? Yep, they are measuring and putting dots on paper. You also need to work out the ratio. For example, I drew the onion and potato twice as big as what I measured with my arm straight. I placed the onion and potato near the edge of the table so I didn’t have to draw a ratio of 1.5. That would have done my head in. 

During class, my teacher Mathew Halpin* said, ‘Draw what you see. You are drawing what you think.’

And then he said that again and again. 

For example, I was drawing a wine bottle. The bottom of the wine label was curvier than the top but I drew them as parallel lines. I made an assumption that these lines should be parallel. Despite having measured out the dots, my mind instructed my hand to draw what I thought, instead of what I saw. 

Sometimes I simply couldn’t see what was right in front of me. For example, Mathew pointed out that there was reflection of the red onion on the potato. I could see the red on the potato only after staring at it for a while. 

There was one or two things I couldn’t see even after Mathew pointed them out. I decided I had seen enough for now. Another time. 

Can you relate to my confusion? I mean, have you ever drawn conclusion of a situation based on what you think instead of what you see? For example, a friend told you they forgot to do what you asked them, which of the followings is most likely to cross your mind?

1. They are human and can forget sometime.

2. They are busy.

3. You shouldn’t have asked for help.

4. They never wanted to help you in the first place.

5. They don’t care about you enough to remember.

6. You are unworthy of your friend’s support.

7. You are all alone.

8. Life is not worth living.

9. A combination of the above.

10. None of the above.

The above example may not apply to you but can you see how we can draw a conclusion based on what we think instead of what we see?

During this moon cycle, observe if you are drawing what you see or what you think. It can be helpful to ask a friend and see from their perspective. I certainly see a lot better now with Mathew’s help. 

*Mathew Halpin is a prolific artist who paints on canvas and walls. He also writes books, runs an artists residency and rejuvenates a neglected area of Crete. I absolutely adore Mathew’s Matryoshkas series which you can see here. 


Sekhem Pyramid Transmission

Recently I got thrown an accusation that Sekhem was evil because Goddess Sekhmet was known as the Goddess of Destruction. So lucky that it’s not 500 years ago or I would have been hanged for not only practising Sekhem Healing but for teaching it as well. 

Red blood cells are destroyed periodically in the human bodies. Does it mean that all humans are evil, or just their bodies? No wonder in some traditions, we are all considered to be born sinners. 

Sekhmet was also known as Goddess of Healing. I wonder why I wasn’t thrown an accusation of this fact. Ah! Because Healing is supposed to be Good while Destruction is Bad! 

I did a search on the internet about what else Sekhmet was supposed to be. She was also known as Goddess of Chaos, Disease and War and she was Blood-Thirsty! She was made by the King of all Gods to destroy all human kinds because they were bad! Wait – What did these humans do? All of them bad? Because of their red blood cells? Oh and then he changed his mind and told Sekhmet to stop but she was programmed to do one and only one thing so she continued till the king of all Gods filled the Nile with beer that was dyed red to look like blood. She drank and drank, thinking it was blood, till she was so drunk that she forgot her one and only mission when she woke up. This story illustrates how alcohol, getting drunk and deception are very good because these things save humanity. 

Did that actually happen? I don’t know. If I make a guess, I would say many stories about Gods and Goddesses are created to describe how powerful they are and how they can both destroy and create, harm or heal, so as to warn us how we use our own power. We humans may not be able to drink the Nile dry, but we are capable of polluting our ocean and poisoning our land. We can both soothe and wound with our words. We can heal with loving intents and we can accurse through malicious thoughts. We can also both comforts and hurts with our hands. Are we going to say all our words, thoughts and actions are bad? Or are they all good?

Anyway, that’s why the instruction for receiving Sekhem Pyramid Transmission says, ‘to my highest good and will’ and not ‘to my highest evil and reluctance’. 


Sekhem Pyramid Transmission started when an idea came to me to share Sekhem in a simple way. It is not how I normally facilitate a Sekhem treatment. What I do with Sekhem Pyramid Transmission is that I channel a certain amount of Sekhem energy for you. I also create a pyramid for you as sacred place, to be placed around you when you are receiving the transmission. My Divine Spirit Team fill the pyramid with elements and colours according to the moon cycle’s collective energy need.

You can receive this transmission at your convenience during this moon cycle. Here’s what you need to do in order to receive this transmission:

1. Get comfortable by either sitting with your back supported or lying down on your back for relaxation and circulation.

2. Give intention to the effect of ‘I would like to receive the Rabbit Issue #4 Sekhem Pyramid Transmission now, to my highest good and will.’

3. Relax for about half and hour.

That’s it!

This time, my Divine Spirit Team filled the Pyramid with vibration of Rose Quartz, Soft Blue Agate and Lavender. Look up the properties of these items if you feel drawn to. 

You may or may not feel anything. It’s fine! Having sensation is not a requirement. The only requirement is that you are willing to receive. Please remember to say ‘to my highest good and will’ so you know you are in control.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me here. I certainly would love to hear your feedback! 


You Are Amazing Affirmation

This moon cycle’s You Are Amazing Affirmation is ‘Neither good nor bad. I am Free.’

Many years ago, late one evening I was with a couple of friends. After a few too many drinks, one of them started making a speech on world peace or an equally important topic, ‘… and we are all good people here, yeah? I’m a good person. You, Sally*, you are a good person. And You, Stephanie, are a good person…’

‘No, I’m not!’ I blurted out. I wasn’t a good person but I couldn’t bear leading him on.

Sally turned to me immediately, ‘Why did you say that? Of course you are a good person!’

‘No, I’m not! Truly, I’m not trying to be humble. I’m not a good person.’

‘What have you done that’s so bad?’

‘Hm…’ I was too afraid of the consequence to tell them the whole truth. What if they stop wanting to be friends with me?

‘You know, just by you thinking that you are not a good person means that you are a very good person. A bad person doesn’t think they are bad. You are fine.’ Sally said.

Luckily our friend was bursting to continue his great speech and I didn’t have to tell them what horrible things I do. I, erm.. thought ill of people sometimes. People including these two friends. 

Sally’s words reverberated in my head for the next few days. Hm… Maybe I’m not so bad… But I had thought ill of her and was even angry at her! Well… people do that, don’t they? Including Sally. I knew because she told me and sometimes with very sharp murderous tongue. But I thought she was a good person. 

You see, I was told repeatedly that I was bad. Only years after that drunken night I realized many people were told they were bad too when they were children. I don’t know how many times I was told that, probably the ‘normal’ amount. I did strive to be good and was rewarded a ‘good’ label on occasion but the ‘good’ labels were just post-it notes while the ‘bad’ ones were carved in stones. 

I have no use of any of these labels now. What constitute good and what constitute bad? Where are the lists? Who made the lists? Who’s judging?

Not me. I am free. 

What labels were you given? About time you throw them away now, don’t you think?

During this moon cycle, say to yourself often, ‘Neither good nor bad. I am Free.’ and see what happens. 

Images below shows my art teacher Mathew Halpin’s play on perspectives. You can find this mural in Lasthenous Street in Heraklion, Crete. 

*Sally – not real name


We have reached the end of the Rabbit Issue #4! The next issue will arrive at your mailbox on the 19th of May (Friday) which is the First Day of the Fifth Month in the Chinese Calendar. Yes, the next New Moon day.


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