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The Loving Energy Newsletter Rabbit Issue #8

Posted by on May 17, 2024 in Newsletter

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1. Hello Heart Flower!

Hello Everyone!

When I asked The Spirits what this issue is about, they said, ‘Heart’ and the above image popped up in my mind. Hm. It is a photograph of a flower I took a while ago. Why did The Spirits 指鹿為馬Point Deer As Horse*?

Ah! 心花怒放Heart Flower Rage Put! Such is the way The Spirits communicate with me. They could have told me this Chinese Idiom as it is but no, they enjoy playing riddles with me. Possibly because, well, whenever I make a puzzle piece click, I 心花怒放 Heart Flower Rage Put!

心花怒放 Heart Flower Rage Put is a strange idiom. The meaning is simple – extreme joy. Imagine there is a flower in your heart and it blooms. Can you feel your heart expanding?

What is Rage doing there then? Since the few online sites that explain this idiom didn’t give much detail, I thought we can make some guesses here.

First thing you need to know about Chinese words is that they are vague. Most words, or characters or symbols don’t carry a solid meaning, but a sense of something. In order to express a solid meaning, we put two words together to form a term. For example, 花 which means flower in this idiom, can mean spend like spend time or spend money but often carries a sense of being wasteful. It can also describe a pattern that has too much detail. Can you sense why?

The fourth word in this idiom 放 can mean put, place, set, lay, rest, release, set free, let go or discharge, depending on which other word you combine it with. In Cantonese slang, we use 放 to describe someone who is untamed, wild and free, as if they unleashed their wild side.

怒Rage, the third word in this idiom means rage, anger or even wrath, depends on which other word you combine it with.

The fun part here is that due to the ambiguity of the Chinese words, we are free to interpret an idiom whichever way we can make sense of. Sure, some people might tell you that you are wrong but pay no heed. Unless they can dig the person who came up with the idiom originally from their grave, they are also making guesses, or copying what other people are saying.

One way to interpret 心花怒放 Heart Flower Rage Put is that we feel extreme joy when the heart flower opens and rage is naturally released. Another way is to use 怒rage as an adverb to describe the verb that follows it. So, the heart flower ragingly unleashes itself. Both of these interpretations show that our natural state is extreme joy.

May you 心花怒放 Heart Flower Rage Put always!


Stephanie 石 The Loving Energy

*指鹿為馬 Point Deer As Horse means to deliberately misinterpret something. It came from an event long long time ago, when a high ranking government official wanted to gain even more power. He brought a deer to the emperor as a gift, but he called it a horse. The emperor laughed and said it was a deer. Our main character asked the other officials if this was a deer or horse. Some said the truth and some who wanted to be in the good book of our man said it was a horse. Afterwards, our main character carried out various sly schemes to wrong those who told the truth and had them killed.

2. The Divine Reveals I want to Break Free

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.

The first two steps of the TDR Process – The TDR Introductory Session and Dying To Be Me Book Discussion – are always free of charge so that you will have necessary information to decide if, and when, you want to engage in the whole process.

Starting this moon cycle, the whole TDR Process is on a ‘Pay What You Want’ basis. Yep, you can pay whatever amount you want during any of the steps of the process. The recommended fee for the complete TDR process is 888 Euro.

To read more about TDR, click here to go to my TDR page

Want to jump right into the TDR Inquiry Process by scheduling a TDR Introductory Session? Click right here

Malka seemed mighty excited when she emailed to inform us that the Official TDR Website was almost ready. I wasn’t. Because she asked for a  picture of my head to use for the practitioner listing page.

I felt stifled just thinking about it. I know well how a profile photo should look like. I have been with PhotoMan, my husband, for nearly 21 years. I know all those standard angles, facial expressions and even the arms and hands placements.

‘I want to break free ~ I want to break free ~ I want to break free~’ Freddie Mercury started singing in my head.

But I dare not not comply this time. Previously when Malka asked for a head photo to post on the Quantum Healers forum to announce our graduation, she cropped my head out from the picture I submitted, the same picture which I use on the about me page on my website. Instead of looking wise or confident or kind or whatever you would look for in a practitioner, I simply looked like a missing person. You know, those headshots that look grainy because they were enlarged and cropped from whatever photographs the loving family members could find.

Upon hearing all of the above, PhotoMan decided instead of using a plain background, we would go to the park for some texture. I prepared two tops, a red one and a white one. PhotoMan thought the red one looked better with the earthy backdrop and I agreed. But eventually, I changed to the white top because I like what it says: Rock & Roll – Love Your Life. Even though it won’t be visible for the final crop, I know it was there.

As for the face… at the beginning, it was all pretty smiley happy till I got so bored. And why must I stand at an angle? I wanted to look at the camera face-on, like a lion, unfazed by any challenges. PhotoMan said it wouldn’t look good and he was right. But who said I wanted to look good? I wanted to look courageous because that was how I felt. 

We tried some other variation. In the end, I tied my hair up despite PhotoMan urging me to leave it down. ‘That’s how I look like when I’m working,’ I reasoned.

‘Alright.’ PhotoMan surrendered to what I wanted. Finally, I could relax.

After clicking away for a while, PhotoMan said he thought we got it. My favourite one was of me looking cheeky, plotting how to get out of the frame.

You will see my final choice in the upcoming Official TDR Website.

Before then, you can read my blog article I’ve lived 40 yearsOn my 40th birthday, shortly after we moved to Athens, I asked PhotoMan to take photos of me. I wore a T-shirt that wasn’t particularly flattering but I liked what it said – Peace & Love.

Or, take a look of my other blog article Looking through the Eyes of a Photographer to see what he is looking at when he lays his scary Cyclopes eye on you.

3. 相由心生 Face from heart birth

The Thought of the Moon Cycle is 相由心生 Face from heart birth.

One other commonly used Chinese idiom that features heart is 相由心生 Face from heart birth. It is taken from the translation of a Buddhist scripture Sutra of Impermanence, about how the world has no shape and neither does anything but when the heart thinks one thing, the world is that thing, and nothing is permanent. Or, er… something like that. I leave you to your studies!

The way that this idiom is used in the Chinese culture is a lot simpler. It means our hearts determine how we look. For example, we can see people’s kindness on their face and when a person is being jealous, or vengeful, or any of those emotions that make people want to harm another, they look unpleasant in a way that make others want to stay away.

Often, this idiom is used when people want to remind each other to be kind. You might say, surely not everyone cares about their appearance. That is correct but the Chinese have this covered too. You see, the Chinese word that is used for face here is the same as for face-reading, the ancient art of reading one’s fate through studying one’s face. In other words, your heart determines how you look which in turns determines your fate.

During this moon cycle, notice what your face is telling you. I’ve been tired lately and it shows on my face and I can feel it in my heart too. What about you?

For those of you who don’t enjoy looking at yourself in the mirror, or do not have the luxury of eyesight, you can feel what your face is saying. How does it feel between your brow, around your eyes or around your mouth?

When you have received the message from your heart through your face, consider what you can do to help yourself. If your face looks or feels relaxed, calm and even vibrant and joyous – may you stay this way always!

4. Sekhem Pyramid Transmission

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 fills 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 #8 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 Moonstone, Diamond, Sky Blue Colour, Strawberry and mint. 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 about your experience! 

And if your friends would like to receive a monthly Sekhem Pyramid Transmission to accentuate their transformational process too, please pass on this link for them to sign up for my newsletter: https://page.co/pwremu

5. My Heart is like Still Water

The You Are Amazing Affirmation for this moon cycle is My Heart is like Still Water.

The Chinese idiom 心如止水 Heart Like Still Water is taken from a passage that talks about how the world is full of unease, injustice and so on. It is like having roaring waves all around us. When our heart is still like still water, we are able to believe in ourselves, unaffected by the outside world.

During this moon cycles, say to yourself ‘My Heart is like Still Water’ daily and often and see if you are able to let your true magnificence come through.

We all know we need to listen to our heart more but did you know that we produce uncomfortable emotions such as anger and fear to assist us? In this video, I talk about how to receive messages from our emotions. 

We have reached the end of the Rabbit Issue #8! The next issue will arrive at your mailbox on the 15th of September (Friday) which is the First Day of the Eighth Month in the Chinese Calendar. Yes, the next New Moon day.