Susan Hodges

"I attended Chris C Stewart's first, web-based ritual offering and encourage you to shake hands with this unique Mystery. Here's a candid snapshot of my experience... First off, I don't need to believe or not believe in karma clearing or spiritual advancement or regression. Labels like "karma clearing" and "contracts" of any nature, for me, are placeholders for deeper, dynamic, Heart-Void-energetics, which, in a nutshell, confound, enliven, and allow me to embrace and be embraced with less effort and with greater joy.
So... two weeks prior to the ritual, my endocrinologist told me I needed a brain scan to rule out the presence of a tumor. That news was the last thing I needed to hear. My body went into freeze. By the time I entered the ritual, equanimity was foreground, yet my body was still shut-down and tense. The ritual was a 3-hr, energetic cleanse colored with spontaneous kriyas, rapturous laughter, and stress-release tremoring. By the end, my body-mind was completely exhausted, exhilirated, and decongested. Fear fell away. I just wanted to sing and dance, and so I did... throughout the house and yard as I worked... all the way up to, through, and beyond the scan. I still feel playful, grounded, and resilient. (Gratefully, I can report the scan was clear, although I'm not attributing that result with the ritual). What I loved most was watching my dear friend Chris playfully, confidently, and graciously cook the virtual space. His curiosity, disciplined practice, and radical love invited surrender and profound contact with being unconditioned bliss-balm (also felt like being "bliss-bombed"). Thank you, Chris."
Heart Coaching For A Better Tomorrow
2017-09-10T05:18:49+10:00
"I attended Chris C Stewart's first, web-based ritual offering and encourage you to shake hands with this unique Mystery. Here's a candid snapshot of my experience... First off, I don't need to believe or not believe in karma clearing or spiritual advancement or regression. Labels like "karma clearing" and "contracts" of any nature, for me, are placeholders for deeper, dynamic, Heart-Void-energetics, which, in a nutshell, confound, enliven, and allow me to embrace and be embraced with less effort and with greater joy. So... two weeks prior to the ritual, my endocrinologist told me I needed a brain scan to rule out the presence of a tumor. That news was the last thing I needed to hear. My body went into freeze. By the time I entered the ritual, equanimity was foreground, yet my body was still shut-down and tense. The ritual was a 3-hr, energetic cleanse colored with spontaneous kriyas, rapturous laughter, and stress-release tremoring. By the end, my body-mind was completely exhausted, exhilirated, and decongested. Fear fell away. I just wanted to sing and dance, and so I did... throughout the house and yard as I worked... all the way up to, through, and beyond the scan. I still feel playful, grounded, and resilient. (Gratefully, I can report the scan was clear, although I'm not attributing that result with the ritual). What I loved most was watching my dear friend Chris playfully, confidently, and graciously cook the virtual space. His curiosity, disciplined practice, and radical love invited surrender and profound contact with being unconditioned bliss-balm (also felt like being "bliss-bombed"). Thank you, Chris."