Be Aware of Free Courses

Posted by on Apr 19, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I’m sure many of you, like me, have signed up for free webinars, free mini courses, or free summits repeatedly hoping for something magical to happen for us along the way. We figure we have nothing to lose and everything to gain. We get all excited to hear about the secret sauce for success, or the keys to happiness, or tragedy to triumph tales, so that we may learn how to have success, be happy, or triumphant. We invest our precious time listening to the “free” content only to discover that we still have so much work ahead of us to achieve these things. We may feel a burst of motivation, or inspiration to do more, or be more, as the one with the secrets and the keys, perfectly paints the picture of possibilities that await us. We feel better temporarily until it hits us that we are still in the same place after investing our time in the free webinar. The truth is, what comes free does not stick, it does not last, neither does it transform. Instead it keeps us distracted from the very thing we need, to propel us forward on our journey. You see Free Courses are not free as they cost you your time, energy, and your attention, all of which are necessary to create a successful, happy and triumphant life. Time, energy, and attention given can never be refunded. Instead of unconsciously giving away our emails for these “enticing offers” so that you can waste more energy filtering through your inbox flooded with sales pitches, why not take that time to figure out what you need? Why allow others to tell you what you need, so you can be like them? Why waste the very precious energy needed to create the life you want, on listening to free content, which is nothing but a hook? Let’s be transparent, nobody offers FREE secrets, just like Costco is not offering free food! Free food samples do not equate to a free meal. Free sampling is offered so you buy the whole package. It is an investment to make sales. There are those who line up at every free food sample bar and eat whatever is offered, only to run to the next one and then the next one, allowing what is put in front of them to dictate what they ingest. The problem is they end up experiencing nothing fully. Then there are those who consciously choose what their bodies need, only take what serves them, and will pay full price knowing what they purchased is nourishing them. These are the people who walk away with a long last feeling of satisfaction. These are the people that take care of their body while making conscious choices. Let’s face it, if you want to create change, you must be aware of what change you want to make. If you want to be happy, you must know what makes you happy. Nobody outside of you carries the secrets and keys to your journey. Life is not a free ride. Life is an energy exchange. If you want to create in the world, you need to invest your energy consciously. Passively listening to free content that promises the secret sauce for happiness will not make you happy. Happiness is found by exploring inward and finding the creativity...

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Stopping Empath Persecution

Posted by on Apr 14, 2018 in Reflections | 0 comments

I didn’t understand why I found myself in the same spot repeatedly. The place where you try to make things better for others but get persecuted for doing so in the end. If you are an Empath, you must know that boundaries don’t come easy to you. In fact, you may find that you get sucked into others problems quite easily. You begin to take on other people’s feelings and your sense of self gets lost. You think that others problems are your own and you set out to fix them. What happens on many occasions is you feel responsible for fixing others problems and begin to search for solutions to help others. I have experienced this recently where I got sucked into others emotions and failed to recognize that they were not my own. I lacked boundaries in that I was unable to pay attention to my own needs while letting others be in their own feelings. Instead I began to think of solutions for their disturbed feelings as the truth was I took them on as my own. I presented my recommendations to the Leader to ease the uncertainty others felt, as well as to ease my own discomfort in being part of a spiritual group whose actions did not match what it projected. Instead of recognizing my intentions for wanting to make things better, I was persecuted for doing so. I was booted out the door along with my recommendations with many inaccurate labels to describe me. How dare I try to better someone else’s vision? Herein lay my mistake. A mistake common amongst many Empaths. As an Empath, we fail to have strong boundaries. We fail to recognize when something is not our problem to fix. We fail to walk away from situations that don’t align with us. We fail to take care of our needs first before we try to meet the needs of others. We fail to walk away from the people who create emotional unease for us. Instead we pour our energy into creating balance when it had nothing to do with us in the first place. So, what can an Empath do? We must recognize how we feel as an individual and not focus on the collective’s feelings. We must recognize when our intuition tells us something is out of alignment. We need to stop fixing things for others, and practice self love which may include walking away. We must be able to accept the sadness that will ensue if we choose to leave a toxic situation. However, we must recognize the sadness is only because of our innate nature that strives for harmony with all. We must learn that we must not insert ourselves into another’s story. If a story playing out doesn’t suit us, then we must walk away and focus on creating our own harmonious story. It is not an easy road travelling as an Empath, as it can be both a curse and a gift. The gift is, we can connect with others in deep ways that can not be taught in a school. Empaths are in tune with the “empty” space that binds us all. In this space, incredible magic can be experienced through a sense of oneness. The curse is when an Empath can not recognize where she begins and where she ends. When she is not aware...

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Transforming Ugly to Beauty – 3 Step Process For Transformation

Posted by on Feb 21, 2018 in Healing | 0 comments

 There was a time when I felt ugly! Growing up as a visible minority in Toronto in the mid 70’s and 80’s wasn’t easy. In fact I was filled with feelings of fear, unworthiness, and shame. I was the victim of racism, discrimination, and sexism to name a few. I was stuck in these low vibrating emotional places with no visible way out. I avoided social groups and activities. I withdrew from reality and retreated into my imaginary world. I adopted many faces to fit into the many scenes. At home I slipped into the good Indian girl who was obedient, pure, and subservient. On the streets I wore layers of protection against unwanted attacks. In school I tried to be invisible avoiding attention towards myself. At work, I delivered exceptionally to overcompensating for my lack of self -worth. The truth is, inside I was scattered and lost. I had different parts of me in the various boxes of my life and none of them knew who the other was. I lacked connection, direction, and meaning. My inner dialogue kept me victimized. My feelings of shame and anger kept me teeter tottering between parts. I was in a prison of my own making yet I blamed it on my appearance and circumstances. Until I finally broke free through what I call OCD to transformation. OCD is a method that I used to move from ugly to beautiful. I am sharing it here to help you! The “O” stands for Observe, “C” stands for Correct, and “D” stands for Direct. This three step process transformed my life. Step 1 Observe (O) Connect with your observer! This is the part of you that watches your inner thoughts, dialogues, emotions, messages, and beliefs. Simply observe what is happening inside your mind, heart and body without judgment. What are your thoughts saying? How are you feeling? Notice the dialogue that is occurring. Where are you holding these emotions in your body? Once you have gathered this information you are ready for the C. Step 2 (C) Correct Correct what’s not working for you! Don’t fight your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and try to suppress and look the other way. Simply correct them by replacing what does not serve you with what does serve you. Ask yourself, “Is what I am thinking constructive or destructive to what I really want?” If your thoughts are destructive, introduce thoughts that are constructive to your desired outcome. If what you believe does not help you get what you want, correct your belief so you can move towards what you want. If your dialogue with yourself makes you feel bad, correct the dialogue to what makes you feel good. Once you have corrected the faulty programming, you are ready for D. Step 3 (D) Direct Direct energy toward your desired outcome! In this step you direct your energy on creating the new you. Ask yourself, “What will it take for me to be my desired self?” Then take the action that directs your energy towards that! This is where you close the gap between where you are now and the expression of yourself that you desire. This is where you dump the ugly and step into the beautiful version of yourself.   The Mirror in which I see myself...

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Immortal Flame

Posted by on Feb 14, 2018 in Reflections | 0 comments

I care not about the great show you put on  It matters that you are performing your Purpose   I care not about your bank balance It matters that you have Self Value when you own nothing   I care not for your social media feed  It matters that you fed another with your own hands today   I care not that you are liked It matters that you have courage to walk through the ugly shadows    I care not if you are followed by thousands  It matters that you can sleep peacefully honouring your own Soul    I care not about who you know It matters that you know who you are in your deepest core    I care not about your hand me down beliefs  It matters that you can rip through the layers of bullshit and set your life free   I care not that you feel special in planned moments  It matters that you awoke crying tears of gratitude today    I care not if you are proper or good  It matters that you can stand in a shitty mess holding your Truth   I care not they see ugly in you It matters that you see the beauty shimmering from you    I care not how many times you have been screwed  It matters that you have learned to own all of you    I care not that you have suffered rejection  It matters that you can burn your grievances and move along with your heart open   I care not that life has smacked you down over and over  It matters that you claim yourself as the Master of your destiny   BE Unstoppable Loyal to no one but your Truth Encounter God in each breath  Surrender smiling to your Immortal Flame   Go ahead Blast through the Universe  Creating your own signature  My dear love   Jas Dhillon Transformational...

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Death Lessons

Posted by on Dec 21, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I drove to work listening to the radio just like any other day. On came “hey oh” by red hot chilli peppers, and I began to have flashbacks of times in the past. As I looked at the trees at the side of the road, I got pulled back into the present time. At this time my mother is no longer alive.  Just like that it hit me again. She has moved on a little over 9 months ago and I have grieved lots. For the most part I am able to think about her and talk about her without feeling the pain of grief. However grief is an interesting thing. When you think you have moved through the shock, understood your loss, took time to feel it, process it, find meaning, and make peace with it, it just comes pouring through you again without warning. Grief strikes you at any time, any place, when you least expect it. People die, but grief does not die. It lingers in the background and you never know when it will step forward.  Life is an interesting thing. Today is December 21st and Christmas is a few days away. I hear people say, you feel the loss of your loved ones even more at this time. For me, my mom was hardly ever around during Christmas as she would stay in India over the winter. So I couldn’t understand how Christmas would trigger this sadness in me as we didn’t share many Christmas memories together. As I drove along the highway I wiped my tears back only for them to begin streaming again. I couldn’t stop them. I had to acknowledge, once again, that I was not going to see my mother again. I wouldn’t hear her voice again. I wouldn’t be able to hold her again. I could no longer tell her all the things I wanted to. I could no longer laugh with her. I could no longer be comforted by just being by her side.  I felt like an apple that is dropped by the tree. I was a part of this magnificent tree for my entire life, which nourished me and supported me and then one day I was dropped to the ground to absorb the shock. The apple when dropped rolls away but when it looks back the tree is no longer there. Only memories of the tree remain. The tree has become the wind blowing through me yet unable to be grasped. She has become an image in my mind that dances around me. She is a thought that remains as long as I think. She has become the laugh I hear in the distance. she is the energy I feel surrounding me. She is no longer rooted in this earth, yet she remains in existence. She is no longer the tree that stood strong anchored in the Earth, she is now a part of the cosmos, with no end and no beginning. In a blink what was, no longer is. What is can not be defined. All that is left, are the feelings once felt, when all else is gone.  The apple becomes a tree and from it come more apples. The memory of the tree stays alive, as long as its apples continue to live. The source...

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Why Heal Before Sickness?

Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Reflections | 0 comments

What if healing wasn’t meant for healing sickness but was meant for optimal being? What if consciously healing yourself before you were defined as sick allowed you to do and be life from your full potential? What if healing first allowed you to bypass sickness? Would you be curious to know how healing could help you become the greatest version of yourself before you get hit with an illness that stunts your evolution? Most of us have experienced some degree of trauma in our life. Perhaps you were bullied or ridiculed as a child, or had to give up a pet you loved, or felt abandoned because your only best friend moved away and you never said your goodbyes. Perhaps you were abused by a parent figure, or rejected by the one you were madly in love with. Maybe you were robbed of something precious to you, or betrayed by someone you trusted, or endured some violent attack which you still can not comprehend. Perhaps you haven’t experienced any significant trauma, but you also haven’t experienced being supported and encouraged in your life. Maybe you felt like you had a purpose or a mission in life but never quite figured it out because you were not provided the environment you needed to encourage your growth. If you experienced anything like this in your life, how did it leave you feeling? Were you left feeling fear, sadness, shame or feeling not good enough? Were you left feeling alone, undeserving, hurting deep inside leaving you no other choice but to numb it all? Did you settle for being mediocre, living an average life, because you didn’t feel worthy of being anything more? The truth is, healing is not just for the sick, healing is for anyone who has locked away their authentic expression under layers of illusions. Healing is uncovering the lies you have told yourself about who you are.. Healing is releasing all the emotions that are stuck within each trauma you have experienced and buried away. Healing is supporting your soul mission and allowing your full expression. Healing is walking in your truth with unbreakable strength. Healing is raising the bar and becoming that which you truly are. Healing is never backing down in fear. Healing is being resilient in any storm, being guided by your innate wisdom, and allowing yourself to bloom into your greatest expression. Just like every seed follows its divine programming to allow its most beautiful expression to unfold, healing yourself allows you to follow your divine programming into your most beautiful free expression in the world. Why wait for disease to seek healing when you can heal now and be free to be authentically you? Jas Dhillon Transformational Healing Coach      ...

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Being Present in Grief

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Reflections | 0 comments

    Being present with another is a gift like no other. A gift for yourself and the other. As I grieve the passing of my mom I have been forced to ponder what it means to be here, now. Ironically, this morning when I asked the Wisdom of the Oracle to give me a message about my mom, I pulled the card, “Here and Now”. The oracle told me that my mom no longer lives in the past nor does she live in the future. She is NOW, fully present and whole. She is one with the Consciousness and IS, always. So what does it mean for me to be here and now? As messages of condolences pour in, some through social media, chats, texts, phone calls, flowers, and some in person, I am learning much about being present for another. Being present for another means being Love for the other whatever form it takes. Love can be felt through any form, and so can the lack of it. Being present means putting aside all else and tuning into the person you are sharing “space” with in the now. In this space you can connect with another at a deeper soul level. You feel them, hear them, accept them, support them, and hold love for them. Time becomes irrelevant in the here and now. There is nothing else more important, neither does anything else exist other than YOU and the OTHER. You just ARE. This space is magical, mystical, and feeds the Soul. Here there is healing, peace, and comfort. When you are present you gift yourself with YOU. When you bring You to the Other, and the Other is fully present with You then time stops. Together you become part of the Whole. You are no longer alone. You become one and all. Being present is meditation. It is being the faucet that is connected to the Source, allowing the flow to pour through you into the container that you are present in. I know that when I am present with my Mom eventhough she has left physical form, she is flowing love to me from Source that she is forever connected with.  I only need to enter this space.  When you are Here and Now, the Divine flows through you. Jas Dhillon...

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Broken Heart Transformed Into Art

Posted by on Jan 8, 2017 in Reflections | 0 comments

I am sure you have heard the speech Meryl Streep gave sharing her perspective on the “powerful” man sitting in the most important seat in America while mocking the disabled and many many more. It was fascinating to see how Meryl captivated and touched her audience just by voicing her authenticity. She spoke from a place that held meaning for her. This was a perfect example of the ways we have the power to affect others through the personal energy we hold. The energy she held was of courage, authenticity, expression, empathy, compassion, connection, and expansion to name just a few. When I listened to her I could not help but FEEL inspired by her courage, feel connection for all lives regardless of social status, race, abilities and or disabilities, and feel respect, empathy, and reverence for the role each individual plays. All this occurred simply by listening to several minutes of her speech. How we think affects how we feel, act, and speak. How we feel, act and speak affects those who interact with us. This is because we are all energetic beings and we interact with one another at an energetic level. Although I don’t know Meryl on a personal level, never seen her in person, and do not know her likes and dislikes, still in just a few minutes of listening to her she had a lasting affect on me.She ended her speech by stating something very powerful and beautiful. She mentioned how her dear friend would say “Take your broken heart and make it into art”. This to me illustrates the power of healing, transformation, and creation. Many of us have had our heart broken by people who ridicule us, use us, abuse us, disempower us, and make us feel insignificant, worthless, and devalued. Living with a broken heart is like dying daily, it seems pointless. When we are in this place we may feel like that’s all we got and can’t see the possibilities in our hopelessness. We give up and feel like life is too hard and meaningless and even become suicidal. We may become angry or enraged and act out destructively from this energetic space. The possibilities are endless. But what if this broken heart could actually be made into art? What if it didn’t have to be a downward spiral? What if there was something beautiful waiting to be birthed? Art is beautiful, inspiring, captivating, inviting, moving, connecting, and creative. An artist simply expresses that which is within them that feels true to them. An artist feels what is coming through them and allows it to move through them, the result is creativity. What if our broken heart is just shattered pieces that need a meaningful expression? Perhaps the more painful the experience we have, the greater is the expression locked up waiting to be freed. Perhaps all the pain we carry is only an indication of the emotional energy that is bottled up waiting to be freed. Perhaps we don’t have to stay in our brokenness, or erupt in destructive ways. Perhaps the broken heart can be made into art. The truth is the broken heart can be made into art. This is the art of transformation and creation. As we feel, and heal, we transform and create. We let...

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Turbans & Nail Polish don’t go together!

Posted by on Nov 4, 2016 in Reflections | 0 comments

Turbans & Nail Polish don’t go together! Do they?   I was in grade Nine returning back to school after Christmas Holidays. As I walked into my first class there was silence, gasps, exaggerated laughter, and dramatic reactions, and students falling off of their chairs as they caught sight of me. Before I left for holidays I looked like a “normal” Indian girl who had long dark hair, hoop earrings, and trying hard to fit into the high school scene. When I returned I was wearing a turban on my head, no jewelry, no make-up, and in plain clothes. Over the holidays my parents had sent me to a Sikh youth camp where I met many other kids, some of which are still good friends of mine. Together we learned about the Sikh religion, establishing a daily practice of prayer, meditation, playing musical instruments and singing Kirtin (singing sacred sikh chants). I remember the feeling of finding that which spoke to my soul. I found connection to something greater than myself. I found purpose and meaning. I eagerly adopted all the “inner work” practices, as well as the “outer appearance” practices. I felt I found the formula of being good! Herein lay the problem. I remember feeling proud winning the approval of my parents. I felt like I was the good child they always desired. I learned how to read Gurmukhi/ Punjabi within a month all on my own! I learned how to recite prayers, sing Kirtin, wear a turban and I became a fully baptized Sikh. I put my heart and soul into being a good Sikh, although I failed in some eyes. The day came when I had sang Kirtin in front of a house full of Sikh priests and families at a ceremonial gathering my parents hosted. I wore a turban, Indian clothing, and all the other traditional religious symbols Sikh’s wear, however, I was wearing something a little extra than prescribed. I wore nail polish on all of my nails. Little did I realize this would make me a Badass! As I walked down my hallway, I got stopped by one of the priests in my house. He pointed at my nails and said, “This is not good”. I silently walked away while processing what he said in my head. I examined how far I had come. I was a girl who couldn’t read Punjabi, couldn’t play a harmonium, couldn’t sing Kirtin, couldn’t recite Sikh prayers, never wore a turban, never participated in any religious ceremonies before this, and yet this Sikh priest could only see flaws in me. It felt disturbing. Something didn’t feel right. I realized then it was futile trying to be “good”, as being good depends on how others perceive you. The truth is no matter what you do there will always be those who find fault in you. In that moment I decided that I no longer would be good for anyone. What mattered was that I was good for myself! I invite you to examine your life. Where do you deny yourself for approval? Where do you hold yourself back while delivering what others expect? Where are you being “nice” or “good”, and for who? Where do you allow others opinions of you control you? Where do you care...

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What’s Your Element?

Posted by on Oct 22, 2016 in Intuition | 0 comments

What’s your Element? Have you ever wondered why some people drive you crazy while others have you smiling ear to ear? Why do you bump and collide with some and others you bond with so effortlessly? Why some people are so familiar, as if you knew them all your life and beyond? As I pondered these questions I received an image of a water molecule. Water molecule? As an Intuitive, most of my “information” is received through images, and feelings. I don’t search for a logical answer, or enter into creative imagination, I simply allow myself to receive without filtering. When I asked what the water molecule meant I was shown how we are all like the Elements on a periodic table. I am not a science major however I could “see” all of this unfold. Just like all the elements on the periodic table are the building blocks of life, WE are all necessary to the WHOLE. We are pure in our own natural state with our own unique structures, properties, and characteristics. We have our own unique melting point, and exploding point! We have a natural affinity towards some elements while we are totally repelled by others. We may have been a couple of happy gassy hydrogen atoms floating in space before we bonded with handsome Mr. Oxygen. Then the magic happened and we created and became beautiful life sustaining water! As we pass by other elements on our path, we are bound to collide with some, hold hands with others, push some aside, and chase after a few. Sometimes we create beauty, and sometimes we create destruction. We are always creating! Each one of us are powerful co-creators! So what’s your element? What are you creating? Perhaps when you look at the other on your journey, you may see that they are perfect and necessary in our planetary flask. They may not blend well with you but they are still necessary and perfect to the whole. There is no need to judge another element, neither do we have to form bonds that we know result in chaos and combustion. We can simply scan our environment and be discerning about whom we tango with. At times we lose a few electrons and at times we gain some to stabilize. We are all in this soup together and the recipes are limitless.   Jas...

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