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By jona bryndis, Apr 6 2017 05:00PM



Sudden irrational fear, sadness, anxiety or anger are amongst the most typical signs of inner change – but why do these emotions overwhelm us right when we are ready to move forward? Why is it so hard to outvibrate growing negativity?


Awakening to our deeper spiritual connection is undoubtedly a big theme in these times of uncertainty. We can't change the world, but we can change the way we see and deal with it! However, many of us who are discovering their energetic and ampathetic abilities also begin to feel the disadvantage of our sensitivity. The more aware we become of outer negitivity, the harder it get's to not absorb other people's fears or anger - and to NOT see the world/others as a hostile place.


What in us gives our emotions the power to wear us out, distract us from our inner goals, disrupt our inner connection and drain our energy to the point were we feel giving-up or giving-in is the only solution?


Why do so many of us feel we want to isolate ourselves?


How can we learn to better handle this spiritual emergence without letting it turn into a Spiritual Emergency?


These and similar questions are reaching me almost daily in my blog and forum community for energetically sensitives, consciousness seekers and empaths. The answer is complex, as it involves several layers of our emerging consciousness. Follow me here in this (rather long) investigation about how to better deal with our Spiritual Emergence...


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, Mar 21 2017 09:36PM


With Equinox energies coming in we are at the dawn of our new solar year – which, judging by collective energetic precursors, will literally feel like a SOLAR HOT FLASH – bringing light into the shadows of our human collective and forcing us reclaim our INNER POWER AND SOUVEREINTY as spiritual beings, as well as citizens, consumers, producers, family members, relationship partners, workers or business owners. There is no stone that will be left unturned this year.



By jona bryndis, Dec 13 2016 07:07PM



'Being Spiritual' - what does this even mean? Many of us are looking for guidance, communities or people that can enrich our deeper journey. The amount of Ascension Groups, Online Courses and Spiritual Blog Sites in Social Media and the internet have been exploding in the past couple of years. It shows us the need for guidance in this area of self-improvement and spiritual emergence, but how can we discern the often redundant and often single-sided information? What if we want to grow beyond channelings from ‘spiritual beings’ or the mainstream how-to’s of ‘becoming more spiritual’? To me, that's not what 'Being Spiritual' means!


In my book, 'being spiritual' doesn't mean to look, talk or dress spritual - it's not about being a vegetarian, meditating or hugging trees - and it's definitely not something I project out to others, either! It's about my inner relationship with myself and seeing beauty in all there is, even in the darkness around me. For me 'being spiritual' means to be able to be present in the moment - with all my heart; to love my life regardless of all challenges I am facing; to love myself inspite of all the mistakes I am making; to feel the power in me to transcend pain into love; and to believe in a higher power than my ego...


By jona bryndis, Oct 10 2016 09:22PM

As our deeper spiritual journey reaches much farther than we expected we are beginning to understand that we cannot master the true nature of reality through knowledge alone. Dealing with the existential issues of life and consciousness itself requires us to bridge the gap between the seen and the unseen and ultimately the development of ethical or spiritual discernment through Wisdom.


This higher conceptual aspect of reclaiming the innate Divine Wisdom residing in all of us can only be obtained if we become fully aware of the archetypal and actual human struggle. Therefore, our journey for Divine Wisdom is often perceived as ardorous, as it means that we need to allow the labor pains of experiencing ourselves with all what we typically avoid or judge. It asks us to face our severed or unresolved inner aspects (Karma, Shadow, Inner Child, etc) and requires a lot of patience - and often beyond the effort our ego is willing to put into it.


While many of us get discouraged on our Journey to Enlightenment, as it seems like a never-ending process of new layers of self-realization and perceived (ego) humiliation, it can offer an immense liberation and healing if we learn to embrace our True Self it in its totality!


There is this yearning for a spiritual experience that can lift us up driving us, but we can't help to wonder how all this fits into our practical lives. Can the search for another 'high' really get us there? How do we reconcile the ever growing shallowness and obsession with instant gratitifaction in our practical lives with our innate desire for a spiritual journey?


Follow me into this discourse on modern spirituality and let's illuminate the deeper aspects of your personal spiritual journey a bit. Perhaps we can find ONE reason there, why it may be worthwhile to continue on your journey...


By jona bryndis, Sep 25 2016 06:14PM


(Field Report from Learn How to Read & Work Our Inner Energies Workshop)


Not sure if everybody is sharing my enthusiasm, but exploring our inner energies and paying attention to our inner signals can really help to obtain a greater sense for ourselves. So much was shown, sensed and experienced again! If we could withstand our ego-mind’s temptation to interpret and add familiar meaning/opinion to our inner explorations, we could get really deep in this workshop!


The gentle session energies allowed us to extend our ‘psychic detective work’ past our FEARS OF BEING VULNERABLE and EXPOSED. They showed us exactly where, when and how we/our ego wants to opt out. At the same time there were wonderful moments of inner connection with THE GREATER PART OF OURSELVES, with could ease our physical or emotional sensations in a heart beat…


By jona bryndis, Aug 31 2016 06:32PM

Click here for sign-up info for our upcoming Heart Warrior Boot Camp starting September 1st!




The Heart-Warrior Experience


When we created this program our goal was to provide a tangible experience and to engage even further than we already do. So far we have been leaving it up to our clients to engage in 'a la carte' processes whenever they felt attracted to it (e.g. Shadow, Karma, Inner Child Work). We realized that many of us tend to approach our spiritual journey like our manifestation processes. We have good intentions, even go through the heard part of looking at the things that are hindering us, but then we lose momentum as our immediate environment keeps putting distractions or obstacles in our way.


And so, over the years of doing active energy coaching we noticed that there are so many of us with a wonderful potential that never really comes to fruitation, simply because we don't have any backup or people that can catch or support us emotionally when we run into the usual resistance.


We decided to make something that would challenge and empower someone on their journey. Through repetitive exposure to heart felt energies and processes, and of course incorporate numerous ways of communicating to push against and breakdown hardwired defensive structures and coping mechanisms that we all have.


And, what came of this was something that in all honesty a Boot-Camp training that we both would have signed up for ourselves!


By jona bryndis, Aug 13 2016 03:00PM



What good does it do us to understand the concept of love & redemption with our minds but never bringing it into expression through our open heart? You may think now, that this is easier said than done, especially if you hasve a track-record of painful relationship experiences…What is it really needed to love with an open heart?


Most humans either use love to control pain, or create pain to control love.



Of course, neither love nor pain can be controlled! All we can do is to open ourselves up for the experience and allow things to evolve. And as we all know, consciousness can only evolve through experiencing, therefore both are needed to love with an open heart. Together they provide the most advanced spiritual tool for transcending the limitations on our physical life’s journey and living life to the fullest. What would life be without pain and love?


By jona bryndis, Jul 20 2016 09:00AM





The most positive outlook on life is based on feelings of connectedness, gratitude and accountability for our life and ourselves. Feelings like ‘life is a struggle’, a sacrifice or punishment can be a powerful breeding ground for depression, illness and overall negativity. We are most successful if we know who we truly are; if we love who we are; if we love what we do and if we can accept all circumstances as reflection of our inner state of energy. Okay – but how can we get there?


The trick to overcoming struggle in life is be open and honest enough to own up to our own part in our life’s experience and how we unconsciously sabotage ourselves; even if there are karmic in nature (from past lives or inherited).


According to energetic resonance we attract what we project. Therefore, depending on our overall state of energy and outlook on life our life’s experiences are heavily influenced by our inner sentiments, attitudes and beliefs. In order to unlock hardship, drama and negativity, here a brief introduction into one of the most common sabotage cycles: The Victimizer Cycle.


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