"Without forgiveness I will still be blind."
- A Course in Miracles
Alison Anton, Medical Intuitive
Alison Anton, CNE, CMT, FDN is a clairvoyant medical intuitive and healer, who has been teaching and practicing the art of energy medicine, meditation, and spiritual healing for nearly 20 years.
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At bottom: Resources for you to learn embodied meditation. Many of us start a meditation practice thinking that when we sit to meditate, we should be able to “just let go and relax”. Although meditation and guided imagery have proven to reduce stress and trigger a calmer frequency in the brain, the undertaking of using meditation for the sake of relaxation could be booby-trapped for failure. Sometimes the purpose of mediation isn’t necessary to relax. … Continue reading →
Naturally, most of us who get sick want to survive; as soon as we are diagnosed with illness or experience physical symptoms, the survival mechanism kicks into high gear. At this point, the “fight against the disease” commences. Most of us associate healing with curing, fixing or making it go away. If it’s “healed”, it should be gone, right? But healing—in its most spiritually appropriate definition—is a restoration into wholeness. Healing brings together what was … Continue reading →
At Bottom: 60 Second Energy Intervention to stay in the body, even in uncomfortable situations. As a medical intuitive, one of the most common complaints I hear is, “I want this pain, discomfort, annoyance (or fill in the blank) to go away so I can get into my body and be in the present moment.” I often see that many of us who are dealing with illness or injury tend to “hover” energetically outside the … Continue reading →
At bottom: 60-Second Energy Intervention to help you assess “what’s working” in your body. A recent grad of my ‘Your Mind Is Your Medicine’ tele-course expressed that her most valuable take-home was that she began to see her body as not only sick, but also as healthy. I appreciated her realism; she did not deny that parts of her body were still wounded or struggling, but I was ecstatic with her discoveries because I knew the … Continue reading →
When people think of karma, they usually think of something “bad” they did in the past that is coming back to haunt them in the present. Although there is truth to this in regard to its cause-and-effect nature, “good” and “bad” is always relative to one’s own experience. Karma has more to do with how we REACT to the situations presented to us in each moment. According to Buddhist thought, karma is simply unprocessed or … Continue reading →
It’s hard sometimes to know the best route when making difficult medical decisions. Who should we trust… Our doctors? Our friends? Our intuition? In the end, after we’ve done the diligence of research, doctor’s visits and heart-to-hearts with our partner on the living room floor, the decision comes down to the Voice of Healing — the tender voice of spirit that has the best solution for us in each and every moment. This healing voice … Continue reading →