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By jona bryndis, May 4 2019 06:51AM


Reclaiming Divine Love - Part 2




We all know that SPIRITUAL AWAKENING often comes with the sudden emergence of new perspectives and self-awareness. It ignites and renews our sense of self and allows us to see the world from a more compassionate, neutral and unconditional viewpoint. As we begin to feel the need to heal our inner relationship we will notice that there is a part in us that yearns to unite ourself somehow, but we don't know how to translate this into our relationships. It's like we are seeking to get this part from the other, yet never really reach it. The reason for that is that is that we cannot get it from or through another person.


By jona bryndis, Mar 25 2018 08:45PM




It is time again for our monthly mindfulness marathon event!

As this month's special, we are hosting the Grace Redemption transMISSION Marathon. In this powerful 72 hour -remote energy healing process we are delving into the deepest aspects of our spiritual pain, motivation and purpose seeking. Needless to say, that this is not speaking to everybody, but those who want to understand the complexity of their spiritual experience here in this 3D plane, without the resitrictions of religious or esoteric dogma are welcome to join this intense self-healing experience!


The work associated with the Grace Redemption is geared towards the releasing of old or archetypal ties and binds either in this life or attached via our karma, which in turn brings about a greater wholeness and connection to our True Self. The energy code we will be workin with is called: The Healed Healer/Warrior


By jona bryndis, Oct 31 2017 07:00AM




In recent years, we have observed an alarming connection between addiction and energetic sensitivity, highly sensitive persons and empaths. The amount of addictive or co-addictive patterns amongst us is extremely high, and often also very challenging to recover, as the underlying need to connect and heal is so strong, that it often expresses in the less obvious form of co-dependency. Co-dependency may not exactly show as obvious addiction, because it hides more in what we don’t do, such enabling, and the inability to feel and maintain healthy boundaries.


For centuries we have been conditioned to believe that addictive behaviors are weak, unacceptable and sinful. We regard our coping behaviors as 'temptation of the flesh', which condemned addiction as irreconcilable shadow part of our human existence. Most of us judge addiction in others, but what about our hidden addictions, that makes us look ‘good’ in other people’s eyes? What about our obsessive self-berating, perfectionism, mental looping, victimhood, spiritual specialness, power-tripping or emotional manipulation? Have you ever considered these behaviors as addictive?


By jona bryndis, Jul 24 2017 07:03PM



Spirituality, from a certain perspective, could be described as uncovering what is true. From another perspective, unwinding what we think is real and bringing us to a greater understanding of truth. And, yet another perspective, how one connects with higher power.


But, regardless of how you describe it, spirituality is also about allowing your life to be reframed via your heart and through what lies there...Divinity, or for lack of a better word, God. In this, we are asking for our operating system to be replaced (heart vs. ego) to allow this change to occur more and more.


And, as it does, we will have to at many points go forward on faith or trust alone of that power that resides deep within us as no other way will allow us to proceed. And, to aid in this, it is important t to let go or detach from the mental or emotional reactions that pop up as we go about this process.



By jona bryndis, Mar 25 2017 04:41PM




In a recent discussion in our forum comunity her at transCODES the question was raised of how Addiction and Recovery tie in with Ego, Inner Child, Karma & Trauma? In this following personal reflection of this subject, I am going to share some of my personal background with you and explain how this connection became clear to me.


In context with Recovery, Inner Child and Karma aspects are very important topics. As you all know, we don’t just regard substance abuse or obvious addictive behaviors as subject to Recovery – from an energetic standpoint, shadow, ego, co-dependency and co-addiction resemble addictive behaviors just as much as a full blown drug addiction and therefore always need to be a part of self-healing. The reason why Ego, Inner Separation, Inner Child and Shadow cannot be left out of our journey of recovery, is because they are karmically tied to our energetic expression, as they can for example increase or decrease our propensity to addictive coping bechaviors in all areas of our life!


By jona bryndis, Jan 16 2017 05:00AM



At some point in our life we realize that we have spent most of our time with things that don’t really matter to us. Sure, education, relationship, family, friends, career, house, money, traveling etc. are desirable aspects of our life, but what truly defines us? Is there something else in us still waiting to be manifested? Something that we are supposed to do, express or stand for other than just surviving life and fighting our way through circumstances?


In the greater context of evolving Human Collective Consciousness the search for a deeper meaning or purpose in life could be seen as our ego searching for something that separates or elevates us. However, if Mozart, Plato, DaVinci, or Pasteur had dismissed their inner calling for expressing their talents and sought inner peace exclusively through transcendental meditation instead of dedicating their lives to their talents, their art, science, humanitarism or philanthropism, many beautiful expressions of humanity wouldn’t exist.


By jona bryndis, Jul 15 2016 06:49PM



For much of our society, the word "addiction" brings to mind the hardcore drug user or the homeless alcoholic we often pass by on the street. However, many of us may have been guided to this type of work for there is often need to look further. The addictive structure that underlies many of the more obvious self-destructive behaviors commonly manifests in very subtle, but at best, still energetically destructive forms of dependency. Many of these dependencies are not only accepted by society in general, but also even regarded as "normal". One specific type that is often hidden in plain sight all around us is a dependency on others in one form or another.


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