“Thank you Jean for inviting me to speak once again on your Voice of America ‘LOVE LIGHT’ program. I am very much enjoying the opportunity to communicate the message of Ascension upgrade and the spiritually motivated activation of human potential. You are making such a contribution to people and the planet. This is especially valuable, as every show is free of charge for listeners to access on demand, wherever they might live, around the world. I also appreciate your engaging, friendly and supportive manner. I know by how you are that your listeners feel heard, informed and supported. Thank you, to you personally and to the Voice of America Network, for such a well organised, professionally produced and effective platform to share my knowledge with others. Best wishes, Judy Satori.”
“I truly appreciate the clarity and professionalism of both Jean and the technical team. It is wonderful to have such a show to uplift and support so many people” LOVE LIGHT Guest Judy Satori (New Zealand)
“The Power of Surrender”
October 9, 2020
Dr. Jean Marie Farish, Author for Sivana East. Articles published in Sivana East:
Heaven On Earth: The Art Of Conscious Living
https://blog.sivanaspirit.com/mf-gn-heaven-on-earth-the-art-of conscious living/
Five Spiritual Principles To Recover After Loss
Why We Must Be Kind To Be Truly Happy
Some days it is harder for me to make the “turn” to the light than others.I get sucked in sometimes by the fear and what could happen down the road.If I allow it to grow, my fear becomes anxiety and rules my life affecting my relationships, my parenting, how I feel inside, my self-care and more. So I make a conscious effort to be aware of the dark side and even befriend it. Weird, I know. Yet somehow when I befriend it using energy healing and meditation, the powerful combination buoys me to move forward. NO it is not always comfortable. Yes sometimes I cry (though I cry expressing many of my feelings). Does it always get better? YES. If you want help, just ask.
What am I going to write about? The time I struggled and showed my ass by behaving like I’d lost my mind? There are moments I feel like I’m part of the circus or better yet starring in a sit-com. My life is far from always being full of laughter though we laugh a lot in our family.
I get tired of taking everything so seriously. So I put on a pair of “TV glasses” and see what each situation I’m worried about, frustrated with, pissed about, and enjoying would like through the camera of a sit-com.
I discovered this solution when Eli was an infant. I was alone and changing his diaper. He stuck one foot in poop, then another, then his hand. Somehow it got on my hands too. I was by myself at home. And as a new mom, I began to panic. How do I figure this out? How do I get my son and myself clean without getting poop everywhere. Every idea I thought of resulted in me seeing my son ending up falling to the floor. All the tools I needed were in other rooms, The thought of carrying poop from room to room with a dog and three cats standing by to enter the fray filled me with more anxiety. My body tensed and tightened. And then Eli began to cry. Big surprise, right? And then as he wriggled in more poop, for a split second I imagined my reaction if I was watching this on TV. What was the big deal? And I began to laugh. And as I laughed and my body loosened, Eli calmed and smiled. I have no idea how, but somehow I cleaned us both pretty quickly and easily. And from then on, I pulled out my “TV Glasses” during life situations. Any caregivers out there ever experience similar situations?
Which brings me to a few days ago when again I was struggling, frustrated and a little scared. Instead of picturing the sitcom, I cried. I disagreed with my producer for my upcoming radio show and participated in unnecessary arguing drama. I was not fit for human consumption and I felt it in my body. I reflected on all my “life plates” I keep spinning, my to dos. Are these life or death “plates”? Nope. What will happen if I don’t get EVERYTHING done? Nothing. What am I afraid of?
Truth? Falling on my face which is FAILING. Yet even as I say that most of me is not afraid. I know in the deepest part of me, even if I fall on my face there is a reason. I know the experience will provide me with an opportunity. Now truth be told. It isn’t comfortable to fail. So I don’t know of anyone who runs out and says Yes, I’ll choose Failure. What I know is if I don’t choose change, which comes with risks, and pushing out of what is comfortable, I stay stuck.
Complacency becomes another word for stuck. Don’t make waves. Status quo. Don’t ask a tough question because of what might happen. Did you know stuck means you don’t get to experience the fantabulous either?
Self-esteem plays a huge role in your willingness to embrace change. Change can have ALOT of unknown and unfamiliar feelings and factors. So of course complacency will feel better in some aspects because you know it. And you know your outcomes even if they are painful.
So here I go taking another leap: 1) I premiered my radio show heard globally 2) I stopped part of my business marketing which I believed until recently was the largest draw for meeting new clients. I do not know what I’m doing next to grow my community. I trust it will be revealed soon (there was a bit of GULP the first time I said that) 3) I am continuing to lovingly detach as a parent (more on this in future articles). Providing my son opportunities to grow and fail (as safely as I can) 4) I am visibly emerging with live videos on social media, radio, joint ventures with other healers 5) I am learning how to do my radio show from my computer and all the mechanics and marketing (there are at least 10 things here I don’t know) 6) I am allowing in my relationship with Marc instead of listening to the voice telling me to “drive the train”. With more leaping each week and sometimes daily.
And while some days it feels harder and some days I fail. I am still happy everyday. And more and more consistently, I feel an ease and a joy. I feel a freedom like I did as a kid riding my bike super fast with the wind blowing my hair kicking my feet out as I went down a huge hill and yelling WHEEEEEEE!!!
With Love and Gratitude,
Typically we donât think of surrender as a form of empowerment. Â We think of surrender in terms of defeat, waving the white flag and feeling forever after that like the loser. Â But surrender is allowing the soul to be itself. Â Surrender is allowing the authentic Self to run the life. Â Surrender is getting in the zone. The problem is most of us donât know how or when to do it. Â We donât know how to âlet go.â Â We donât know how to get into the flow of our own authenticity. Â This show is not only going to define surrender in its deepest most essential meaning, but it is going to demonstrate the howâs and the whenâs of surrender. Â Donât miss it.
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A few days ago I received an email from Go Daddy with the âgreat newsâ that myÂ websiteÂ atÂ www.Star-Style.
I had to do some very deep breathing! Â Go Daddy has 24/7 phone support with superb technicians and they are in the process of restoring it, albeit, it will take 10 days. As with all bad news, there is also a silver lining. Since no one can find me atÂ www.star-style.comÂ at the moment, you can find info and my speaking engagements atÂ StarStyleProductions.comÂ
If youâve been following me onÂ FaceBook, you know that the baby squirrel that I rescued (his nest was raided and his siblings and mother killed) 55 days ago is growing and thriving. Squiggly Wiggly will be released as soon as he is weaned and is able to care for himself. As I write this, however, he is sleeping in my pocket, his favorite place to feel safe. Maybe he has a bit of kangaroo in him!
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Celebrate life and donât let the little problems or the big ones get you down. What Iâve learned from the many challenges I incur daily is that the world continues to spin whether my web site is working or not! Put a smile on your face and surrender. We hold the whole world in our hands.
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