The 5 Elements Approach to the Unified Field – Soul-stice Weekend Seminar.

The 5 Elements (Air “Wood”, Water, Fire, Earth & Ether “Metal”) are the building blocks of everything in creation. They hold the balance to all life.

By Intertwining the AIR: Zero Point Transmission, WATER: BreathLight Experience, FIRE: ShamanEka Somatic Movement, EARTH: Sacred Cacao Sound Medicine, and ETHER: Soul-stice White Tantra, we harmonize a unified field of resonance in our physical, emotional, sexual, psychic, and spirit bodies.

When we move through these 5 sacred elements with the ensuing seminar experiences, we can shift timelines, we can shift psycho-emotional stagnancy, we can shift “lost our purpose” feeling, we can shift dysfunctional relationships, we can shift depression, we can shift anger, we can shift stress & confusion, we can shift “things not working anymore” and we can shift anything not in personal alignment towards a huge conscious breakthrough of collective heart freedom.e move into an empty-spaciousness beyond our tricky minds, transcending the ego-personalities, forming a deeper self-love of our physical body and ultimately returning back to our core soul feelings of why we incarnated here, anchoring a loving expanded clarity in our emotional intelligence.  We come home to ourselves.

We move into an empty-spaciousness beyond our tricky minds, transcending the ego-personalities, forming a deeper self-love of our physical body and ultimately returning back to our core soul feelings of why we incarnated here, anchoring a loving expanded clarity in our emotional intelligence.  We come home to ourselves.

We come home within the space of each other.

The one thing we all have forgotten is how to “FEEL”, really feel without judgement, without fear, without comparison, without competition, without being controlled not to feel anymore.

There is immense power in our feelings. ridiculously immense. But one must clear the ego-mind and release the pent up or stagnant emotions in order to start the feeling process through beloved innocence again. It is a Return to Trans-personal Remembrance.

Over this powerful Summer Soul-stice Full Moon window, which begins a week before and lasts a week after June 20th. We have an incredible opportunity to dramatically shift these old ancient karmic cycles and move swiftly into a newer, clearer individual embodied space of true authentic feelings, align and unify our purpose together.  And we can do all of it with personal courage, truth, wisdom, compassion, understanding, love, joy and even blissful ecstasy.

The Power of Choice is always yours, I can be your Unified Field Soul-stice guide & help open the gateway but you have to walk through on your own.

Are you ready to show up now, dear friend?

Love, Mikael

 

Mikael profile

Mikael King

Mikael King is a Sacred Sound Master, BreathLight Founder, MU Star Jewelry Designer, Ecstatic Dance DJ and Documentary Film Maker. Since the inception of his DivineJoy.org Global Ministry in 2005, He has led and co-facilitated life-affirming events all over America and the Islands of Hawai’i. He has led in-depth trainings, seminars, ceremonies & experiential retreats internationally in Japan, Canada, Italy, Switzerland, New Zealand, Russia, Peru, Bali, Brazil and Singapore. He is a certified Sampoorna Hatha Yoga Instructor and Ecstatic Dance DJ known as Mikki MU. He has lived in Mt. Shasta, Kaua’i and since 2013 resides currently in Bali.

Over eighteen years ago, Mikael awakened to the enlightened heart sovereign path when he returned from a “near life ending, eternal review” Pacific Ocean drowning experience. The divine message received was simple, ”Serve Planet Earth by assisting Humanity to Consciously Shift, Embody their Fullest Potential, and Remember who they are and why they have incarnated.”

Since that moment, he has journeyed to over 36 countries, studying, learning, counseling, facilitating, initiating, dancing, playing, surfing, activating and awakening the sacred heart codes for thousands of fellow human beings into the inherent truth of living in the Unified Field Magic of DivineJoy MU Presence.

 

Unified Field Soul-stice FIVE ELEMENTS Workshops
Thursday, 16 June 2016 Unified Field Introduction: Sound and Mantra Purification
Saturday, 18 June 2016 Unified Field Air: Zero Point Transmission
Saturday, 18 June 2016 Unified Field Water: BreathLight Experience
Sunday, 19 June 2016 Unified Field Fire: ShamaEka Somatic Movement
Sunday, 19 June 2016 Unified Field Earth: Sacred Cacao & Sound Medicine Ceremony
Monday, 20 June 2016 Unified Field Ether: Soul-stice Fullmoon Ritual and Resonance

Unified Field Soul-stice ADVANCED WEEKEND Workshops – Breath and Sound
Weekend, 25 & 26 March 2016 Unified Field Soul-stice Advance Weekend – Breath and Sound

Rainbow Diamond Heart Activation – Private Sessions
Weekdays, 21 – 23, 28 2016 Private Unified Field Sessions

New Earth Destiny Documentary and Q&A
with Mikael King (Proceeds to be donated to Charity)
Monday, 27 June 2016 New Earth Destiny Documentary

 

One on One Sound Therapy

“Sound healing should be an artistic synthesis of beauty, harmony and inspiration. Sound healing is an expression of love. The soul must be nourished and given hope for the body to heal.” – Fabien Maman

 

Tama-Do sound therapy is based on decades of sound healing research and practical application. From this work comes the framework of a subtle structure that shows linkages between sound and DNA, acupuncture meridians, organs, chakras and energy fields. Kirlian photography has shown the changes in the energetic fields of human cells when exposed to different sound frequencies. Research also shows that each cell has its own “fundamental note”.

 

For a variety of reasons, blockages occur in our energy fields and can lead to physical imbalance. Physicist Joel Sternheimer found that the molecules of a defective organic structure did not vibrate but will resume once their “fundamental notes” are heard. It was found that colour, sound and movement effectively dissolve the blockages, clearing the energy fields.

 

Sound therapy is known to provide a non-invasive and natural support for many physical conditions, ranging from arthritis and sports injuries to behavioural difficulties and speech problems.

 

From 3 – 6 October, Tama-Do practitioner Shervin Boloorian is available for sound therapy sessions. Shervin is trained in a variety of Tama-Do Vibrational Therapies and

 

1 on 1 Sound Therapy

Dates: Tuesday to Saturday, 3 – 6 October 2012

Facilitator: Shervin Boloorian

Fees: $150 for a 90-minute session

 

email Antoinette at Antoinette.Biehlmeier@GalleryHelios.com to book a session with Shervin.

Shervin BoloorianShervin Boloorian is a certified sound therapy practitioner and graduate of Fabien Maman’s Tama-Do “Way of the Soul” Academy. Tama-Do is a program of non-invasive vibrational therapies using sound, color and movement to nourish the human energy system and aid the body in the recovery of its own balance in health.

Trained in a series of techniques, including tuning fork on acupuncture point therapy, musical spine and acoustic sound harmonization, Shervin supports each individual’s “inner calling”. He does this “to release tension and provide the inspiration to positively engage with community, communicate with coworkers, and reintegrate with loved ones.”

Healthy Oil Free Cooking

Joining Gallery Helios is nutrition consultant and health writer Mayura Mohta. She will be offering individual sessions and workshops, both in-house and for corporate venues.

A proponent of a plant-based diet, Mayura also believes in moderation. She knows that hardcore or sudden changes in habit do not work for most people. For them, she advises a 80-20 rule of thumb. 80% healthy and conscious eating, at least for the general public. The key is choosing nutrient-dense (not calorie-dense) foods.

Why wait for the extremes, as seen with former President Bill Clinton. You may have seen his dramatic weight loss but it wasn’t for vanity. After his bypass failed, Dr Caldwell B Esselstyn Jr (world renowned Cleveland Clinic), along with Dr Dean Ornish (NPO Preventive Medicine Research Institute) consulted Mr Clinton on a plant-based diet to stop the progression of his heart disease.

Based on the research of Dr Esselstyn Jr, Mayura co-authored The Heart Smart Oil-Free Cookbook. It was a love of labour for two years as chefs, nutritionists, and doctors both in Singapore and worldwide were consulted for the book. Recipes from vegan chefs, including Singapore’s own Original Sin, were collected. They were road-tested by Mayura and lab-tested by the Singapore Heart Foundation. Some, like local recipes that were a little heavy on the soya, were tweaked to meet nutritional standards.

These are good and tasty recipes and all ingredients can be sourced locally. In fact, eating locally and seasonally is important but as Mayura pointed out, we are lucky Thailand is so close for our durians, mangoes and other fruits and foodstuff.

So to clear up some confusion and to get some tips here are some questions we asked Mayura:

What is a vegan diet?
That is a diet that includes no animal products. The diet is based on plants – legumes, beans, greens, lentils, grains…no fish, no eggs, no dairy.

People say olive oil and avocado oil are good for us…are they not good when they are cooked or just not good for us at all?
For heart patients specifically and for people who tend to have obesity or excessive weight gain, no oil is the policy. You can have a bit of nuts and seeds – raw. Even if you don’t soak them, as long as the nuts and seeds aren’t toasted.

So I see it as two-fold – knowing you have to make a healthy choice and getting what you want on the go or when you are working 10 hours…what would you advise?
There are a lot of options in Singapore. Things like wraps are good. But you can also have our local foods. We have lots of brown rice and vegetables in the food courts. The Singapore government is initiating healthy eating and most food courts are now required to serve brown rice.

Smoothies are also a good choice – it’s a meal in a glass. There are many smoothie recipes in the cookbook.

Speaking of smoothies, what’s a good one?
Broccoli, pineapple, lime, orange…You have add seeds and nuts, if you want. You can have a banana, almonds, …You can put in agave or dates, apricots – anything naturally sweet. I normally pre-soak what I want to use. I use goji berries – any berries – they are good for antioxidants. I soak my seeds and the dried fruits for about 1/2 hour. Chia seeds and flaxseeds get soaked. So you can soak these and add them to your smoothie to increase the thickness.

If I give the seeds to my kids, they won’t have it. So normally I put the flaxseeds and chia seeds in smoothies. Because the chia seeds are grinded in the smoothie, this is good for kids. They don’t mind. This is a nutrient-dense meal so I’m happy as a mom.

(It’s important the blender doesn’t overheat. The enzymes get denatured.)

I think breakfast is the most difficult meal for many people…what do you suggest?
Oats, grains – unrefined cereals and top it with apples.Pineapples and papaya, with digestives enzymes, are also okay. But other fruits is not good to mix. Combining food is very important. No fruits for 1/2 hour before other food and 2 hours after – that’s the golden rule.

So.. in summary – eat breakfast, have many small meals during the day to sustain a constant level of energy, be a smart consumer, choose nutrient-dense foods, separate your fruits from other foods, stock healthy foods and eat at least two hours before sleeping.

80/20 because we still have weddings, parties, and dates to go to in real life.

Mayura Mohta is a Singapore-based nutrition consultant and a health writer. She is a qualified fitness and wellness coach and has an academic background in biochemistry, microbiology and nutritional science.

In 2010 Mayura founded Healthfriend, a social enterprise that combines her love for health and fitness with her desire to contribute to community welfare.

Mayura believes in prevention and reversal of disease through a plant-based diet. She has co-authored “The Heart Smart Oil Free Cookbook” which is launching October 2012.

Language – Prisoner or Liberator?

“It is inherent in our intellectual activity that we seek to imprison reality in our description of it. Soon, long before we realize it, it is we who become the prisoners of the description. From that point on, our ideas degenerate into a kind of folklore that we pass on to each other, fondly thinking we are still talking of the reality around us.” ~ Aneurin Bevan, British statesman.

John (not his real name) is a childhood friend. We grew up together in a small little town in Malaysia. When he was in his early adults he was diagnosed with Schizophrenia. He went through periods of trauma and ?nally stabilized with the help of medication. He has been stable for more than twenty years now. He is physically healthy and mentally ?t. However, every time I see him he will says he wish he can have a normal life with family and children of his own. “Who will want to marry me? I have no hope”. On the hand, I have a neighbor living upstairs and also suffering from Schizophrenia. He will occasionally show physical symptoms like shouting and singing out loud. So I thought, “who will marry him?” Lo and behold, suddenly I notice he got married. He even has a kid!

We give meaning to events that happen in our life and represent it through language. As Bevan says, language can imprison us and stops us from doing things. In NLP, there is a category of linguistic patterns called Generalization that can be particularly limiting or empowering. Statements such as “He is always late?” “This country is not safe?” “She is always nagging?” are some examples of generalization. A person who holds this generalization and responds to the world in this manner can sometimes limit the potential for choices of actions. On the other hand, it is not uncommon to notice successful people saying to themselves “there is no failure, only feedback”. This is a generalization that empowers people to continue to progress. Simply replacing the word failure with feedback allows the person to continue with the process of pursuing goals or outcome. As soon as the process is labelled as failure, it becomes an event with a label of ?nality. The process is implicitly stopped. The word feedback turns the event to process again and therefore there is hope for achievement. Is like magic!

In the context of coaching, language becomes a tool that opens possibilities for the client. In the hands of an expert, it can unveil the cloak of darkness with just a word or a question. Sigmund Freud, musing on the origins of language in his introductory lecture in psychoanalysis in 1915, wrote, “Words were originally magic and to this day words have retained much of their ancient magical power.” Beware of what you say to yourself. Slow down your thoughts and notice the language you use in your head. You may catch the culprit that has imprisoned you for a long time. Change the language and change your life. We all deserve a great life!

Simon Wong, NLP Trainer and Coach