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Holodynamics: A Simple and Profound Alchemical Approach to Transforming the Mind

I would like to share with you a very powerful form of consciousness work called Holodynamics. First a brief overview of how I came to this job. In my practice I work with very disabled people. The patterns that cause disease on all levels run quite deep and are often clouded by confusion, stagnation, and imbalance. We separate ourselves from the problem, we give it a name and we want a cure. Even with the most sublime techniques and practices, there is information that is deeply embedded in the mind and very difficult to access and transform. For those who have awakened to this simple truth, they begin to look for ways to access deep within their own consciousness to create transformation. Most of those who suffer deeply know the confusion, fear, anger and hopelessness of trying to solve their problems.

Trauma: the root of all evil  

I have always said that trauma is the root of all evil.. Trauma by definition would not be trauma if it completed its resolution process. The world is a reflection of unresolved trauma and ongoing damaging attempts to mask its origins within each and every one of us. Unresolved trauma keeps one in pain and causes pain all around us. In my holistic practice, I explain to my clients that unresolved trauma can last thirty years, but time is really an illusion. It means that for thirty years he has not been able to access the abilities to obtain resolution..  

In my practice I learned how to access deep within the energy body as this is the central reflection of one’s state of health on all levels. Time and time again, the emotional trauma revealed itself, so I searched for more skillful means of achieving resolution at this core level. I studied many approaches to working on the mind, including various forms of psychotherapy, hypnosis, shamanic work, and meditation. My intuitive gifts in both music and healing drew me to energy psychology modalities such as heart math, eft, tappas acupuncture, aromatherapy, bach flower, color and sound therapies, energy nutritional strategies, movement therapies, etc. As a bodyworker, I have found energy systems such as shiatsu, traggering, polarity, chakra/energy body cleansing techniques, and core synchronization (a deeper version of craniosacral) to be very helpful. I came to see deeply how the mind could alter the energy body and even with skillful loving rebalancing and incredible success, I realized that I needed deeper access to the depths of consciousness. I was looking for a tool that would access both the energy body and could delve into the mind itself. Body work for the mind. How was it possible to know how persistent and stagnant the mind becomes to access and transform those deeper traumas that it knew existed in dimensions of consciousness that seemed inaccessible?

Is it possible to go beyond thought and the energetic body and enter a much deeper dimension of reality? Can one take a deeper lens into consciousness itself and transform the body of consciousness itself? We can meditate and still the mind, but we get triggered and the harmful patterns of consciousness return. There is an old Buddhist saying about how to deal with the problem of suffering. A Buddhist takes a hair and sticks it in his eye where most feel it as if it were in his hand. The key here is that what we perceive as trauma is an incredible opportunity to resolve the suffering at its core, to investigate it and solve the problem. What are the skills one needs to achieve this?

Trauma is a reflection of unresolved forms of consciousness that you associate as yourself, so now you feel yourself being that form with all its suffering.Consciousness itself contains many forms that are stagnant and cannot resolve their own condition. Holodynamics teaches us how to enter into the heart of unresolved consciousness forms (downdraft holodynes) and transform them into useful forms that serve our highest good. Using a deft and loving dialectical process, we learn how to locate and emerge these stealths as holodins, meet them for the first time (some are quite ancient), and then help them transform. These holodynes contain information as old (and new) as consciousness itself and can originate from any form of consciousness across time and multidimensionally. They like us have needs and desires. Holodynes can reflect our deepest fears and problems. Leaping through hyperspace, a holodyne can literally take over our sensory system in an instant, affecting our thoughts and feelings and beyond. When we can’t find a way out of a problem, these forms come to the back of our minds trying to help us.

Even though these holodins intend to help us, their actions are often harmful as they don’t really possess the skills to do the job. You can see them as relative consciousness and we all know the problem with that. So we suffer from their limited primitive intelligence. These downdraft holodins are lost and we are overwhelmed by their futile attempts to help us, so we feel great pain. We identify too much with these downdraft holodynes because they literally take over our entire system in an overwhelming way.

Why is Holodynamics such a powerful healing modality?  

Downdraft holodynes are difficult to access, very hardy, and most people feel tremendous discomfort when approaching these forms.Vernon Woolf, the founder of Holodynamics, has created a methodology called “Scanning,” which allows you to access and transform your darkest entities without getting sucked into intense negative drama.No easy task. With most of the work, you are running for the hills once you start engaging with these entities. Or you are dragging them by the heels so you can feel protected and safe. So what if you can actually turn these dark beings into loving helpers? Two very critical pieces allow this to happen. One learns how to get spiritual assistance in a very pragmatic way (anyone can do this) and one learns that these demonic thoughtforms, like any other being, have a logic to their actions and need help. You learn to see that the darker holodins have a positive intent. The information these holodynes reveal will transform your own understanding of yourself on a very deep level. Discovering its origins and purpose is illuminating. What if you could transform your demons into allies? What if all along you have not seen their healing intent and, in fact, they have been misunderstood for a long time? What is critical, regardless of your belief system, is that these entities take a seat deep within the mind and will not transform unless we can learn to access them with love and understanding and help them potentiate their deepest intent. And that intention, once truly discovered, is always positive and healing. In Holodynamics we seek the positive intention of all forms of consciousness and help those who act in harmful ways to find what they are really looking for and help them transform into new forms of healing. Consciousness itself continually seeks a resolution.

The second part of the job is the most crucial. One learns to access his spiritual potential and allows him to do the work of transformation. This job teaches one to discover problem solving on a whole new level.From a superpositional place of peace, you discover your spiritual self, your Full Potential Self, and begin to realize your true healing potential. With your guides and the Full Potential Self in charge, you can resolve the deep-rooted issues in your life.Once you experience one or two “follow-ups”, you understand that you can now reach deep into your mind and transform the most painful parts of yourself. The beauty of this job is that it works. It goes in and begins to clear one by one the most ingrained alchemical patterns of the mind and the mind begins to see its true potential and renews and reorganizes itself. You align with your Full Potential Self. You discover the light within the darkness and with the help of the light you transform the darkness into light.

Building on the latest advances in physics, holodynamics creates a new framework for understanding the nature of consciousness itself. There are many books on the subject. For starters I would suggest “The Dance of Life” or “Holodynamics” by Victor Vernon Woolf. Dr. Woolf spent many years as a psychotherapist seeking better ways to help his patients and the most challenged populations in need of assistance. His success with drug populations, mental patients, and inmates is well documented. He worked in Russia for many years helping to facilitate the end of the cold war and has also worked in the Middle East. Holodynamics has been taught to thousands of people and does not require the need for an ongoing therapist. This reminds me of Dr. Bach that he wanted his flower remedies to be available to all households, not just doctors. Once one experiences this work, they can learn it and share it with friends and family. He can create his own healing group and have an ongoing way to help each other and transform consciousness at a deep level. This work is a wonderful addition to one’s healing practice. I firmly believe that with simple practice and skillful tools, one can achieve great success in their healing journey.

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