February 22, 2010

Gerald O’Donnell and Thoughts on Reality

Filed under: My Thoughts — jodi @ 12:27 pm

remote-viewing.jpg  I am currently attending a weekly study group focused on Remote Viewing/Remote Influencing.  We are practicing the techniques prescribed in Gerald O’Donnell’s courses, although there are many other RV/RI teachers.  I particularly enjoy O’Donnell because he incorporates a great deal of metaphysics in his training.

This Wednesday, our group will open by discussing some of the more “controversial” aspects of what O’Donnell espouses about reality.  I understand this subject could be very far-reaching for some…especially for anyone who hasn’t yet found the courage to venture outside of what religions have taught about creation.  However, I applaud those willing to at least momentarily entertain these ideas to see if some part of what is discovered might resonate with a new understanding of mankind’s role in this experience of being human.  If we are to advance, we must be willing to become pioneers of new thoughts…in other words, we are going to have to step out of the box into uncharted territory to see if we’ve missed something. Unfortunately, a vast majority of the population seems perfectly content with “status quo,” and in this complacency, they unwittingly contribute to the demise of our universe.

For a large part of my life, I chose to live in the awareness of man as a spiritual being only.  I was raised to believe that recognizing the material element empowered it and only increased my woes.  Thus, I did the best I could to only acknowledge happiness, love, peace, gratitude, etc.  But in recent times, I became exhausted from running away from the fact that my life was not reflecting all that perfection.  Nope.  The truth is, sometimes life sucks! In spite of all my metaphysical understanding, I had lived a life that included a great deal of suffering.  At that time, I stopped, turned around and called all the negatives to me.  I wanted to know how they became a part of my experience, why I had experienced them, and most importantly, how to clear them out.  Yes, I’m still working on it!

In my quest for understanding, I learned that most of the beliefs that caused so much misery in my life were hidden in the dark corners of my subconscious mind.  The biggest joke of all is…most, if not all, of those beliefs weren’t even mine, per se.  They were beliefs I’d downloaded from others, as a child, and placed into the most powerful projector of my human experience…the subconscious mind. As time went on, I gathered more and more evidence to back up these beliefs.  Yes…it’s true!  I am undeserving.  I am unworthy.  I am meant to sacrifice myself for others.  I proved it to myself.  I took all those negative beliefs and magnified them and reflected them right back into my outer world experience.

But now that I was willing to look at my human experience from a place of curiosity, I could step away from denial.  It became clear to me that my denial of these negative experiences had not, in fact, removed them from my life’s experiences.  Rather, looking back, I sometimes think denial is the worst thing anyone can do when it comes to dealing with problems. If we aren’t willing to admit to a problem, we have no hope of resolving it.  And here is the real kicker…the ego/dark matrix absolutely thrives on denial!

I was recently sharing with a friend an example of why denial cannot be placed in the bag of a healer.  If I am a dentist, for example, and someone comes to me with a toothache, I could immediately begin explaining to them that the whole thing is just an illusion and that pain isn’t real…the Creator has only created perfection.  Meanwhile, the patient is screaming in pain.  I would continue lecturing them on my understanding that in Higher Realms there is nothing but Love and we are the essence of that Love.  By now, my patient is probably reaching for the pliers to pull out his own tooth…angry at me for not acknowledging his pain.  I would continue, nonetheless, declaring matter is unreal and spirit is the only Truth and in my ecstasy, I would claim the patient is healed from all pain and disease because it doesn’t really exist.  Unfortunately, the patient is now bleeding profusely and planning to sue me for malpractice as he is carried out of the office on a stretcher!  While all of my “truths” might be true in a Higher Realm, did my denial of his problem help or hurt him in this physical experience? And what did it do to me?

What I was doing, in the aforementioned case, was trying to impose my self-righteous (and egotistical) beliefs on someone who didn’t agree with me.  The instant that happened, it should have been a clear indicator to me that this must be my belief as well!  In other words, my own beliefs on this are not congruent.  I think I’m calling out someone else to inform the idiot of something they don’t know…me being far superior, intellectually, of course.  LOL  But that really isn’t what is going on.  I’m lecturing myself!  A part of me must believe in toothaches, or else I would not have shared in that experience.  Thus, denying the problem didn’t just cause my patient to suffer, but it also caused me to miss out on an opportunity to clear out a false belief I’ve been harboring.  One day, we will all understand that negative circumstances that manifest in our lives are not coming from the outer world.  They are coming from within ourselves.  The people and situations we are surrounded by are the manifestations of our beliefs.  Some of the beliefs are good.  Some are not so great.  But like it or not…they all belong to the one accepting or denying them.  Denial of them, however, will not remove them from our experience.  The only way to remove them is to confront them.  Using this as a guide, let’s redo the dentist story.

The patient comes to me with a toothache.  I ask, “How does it feel?”  He tells me the pain is a throbbing pain on the lower left side of his mouth.  I acknowledge this.  “When you feel that throbbing pain, what emotion comes up for you?”  I ask.  He states it makes him feel helpless and out of control.  I validate that and continue, “When did this pain begin?”  He says it started two days ago.  He first noticed it when he was arguing with his wife about his inability to find a job.  Okay.  We are close.  So I continue asking, “Have you always struggled with employment?”  At first he says no, but then decides that maybe he has.  “When did you first have an issue with not getting a job you wanted?  Can you remember anything that might have happened when you were a small child?”  He hesitates and then haphazardly answers, “Well, I don’t know why I thought of this (it comes up because I am calling out subconscious beliefs), but there was that time when I wanted to deliver newspapers…uh, I was about 8 years old…but my mother said I was too young.  I really wanted to do it, though, but without her approval, I couldn’t.  I was upset with her for a long time.”  Ah ha!  We are much closer now.  “How was your relationship with your mother?”  He is now tearfully explaining that she was always very dominant, always pushing down his dreams and telling him his ideas were far-fetched and unrealistic.  He finally gave up his own voice and began doing what he could to please her.  His pain is worsening, as he speaks. I ask him where he is feeling pain now.  He says his toothache is worse, but his heart is throbbing with deep emotional regret.   Exactly!  Now that we have located his “real” problem, we can do something with it!  Oh…and as I do this…I never, ever forget that he is me.  This is obviously one of my own beliefs that has shown up so I can clear it out.  I find the pain in myself, and as we remove the energy of “his” problem, we are both free of a long-standing belief that has kept us from moving forward in our own passions, empowered and in control.

As you can see, in denying his problem, I helped neither of us.  In embracing his problem, I cleared out long-standing, limiting beliefs not only in the outer world around me, but in my own inner subconscious mind.  At that point, I have created space to implant a wonderful new belief.  I am now joyfully proclaiming, “I am magnificent!  I can do and be anything I choose.  I am in control of my own destiny.  I am empowered to live my own life with passion and gratitude!”  In feeling that state of bliss, I’ve connected to my Creator and I’m asking for more joy, passion and power.  Ask, and it is given…especially coming from a high vibration of gratitude for having already received.

So…to sum it all up….

Denial of the negatives we experience in the physical realm does nothing to empower us.  We must seek out the things that are not in alignment with good and take action to remove those non-serving beliefs.  Although Divine intervention can and has immediately manifested in place of a negative experience, it is a rare thing.  But we don’t have to wait around to catch the ear of a distant God who may or may not grant us our wishes.  We have the innate ability to draw unto us all the things we want to experience.  Why?  Because we are The One who offers All That Is.  Move over and let it operate through you, as you.

In a physical realm of “reality,” we have attracted vast quantities of dark and negative experiences.  They are just as real as positive ones in this world.  We know that 70% of each day, we align ourselves with this dark matrix…we allow our minds to wander and replay old tapes of limiting, self-defeating beliefs.  Since only 3-5% of the day is controlled by the conscious mind, we will never overpower the matrix mind by using this smaller aspect of the human mind.  It must come from within the subconscious mind.  However…we are mostly blinded to our subconscious beliefs–we think they are “others,” so if we are going to change the outer world around us, we must delve into new techniques that connect us to this hidden aspect of ourselves.  And it’s true…the ego does not want us to figure this out.  Doing so means freedom from its control.  You will no longer fuel its insatiable appetite for control.

Do it anyway!

I AM…Jodi

February 16, 2010

2010 World Tapping Summit Starts on Sunday!

Filed under: My Thoughts — jodi @ 2:35 pm

Register now!!!!  Click HERE to get 5 FREE interviews TODAY!!!

February 15, 2010

2010 World Tapping Summit Starts On Sunday!!

Filed under: Announcements — jodi @ 3:14 pm

Dear Friends/Family/Clients….

The 2010 Tapping World Summit begins in just days!

If you haven’t already registered for this amazing event,

please click on one of the links I’ve provided below and

sign up as soon as possible.  I wouldn’t want you to

miss out on this!!!  Over 80,000 people attended last year,

and even more are expected this year.

The producer of the movie I was in, “Try It On Everything,” is

hosting this event and endless names of well-known

celebrities are on board with amazing interviews.

Registration for this event means:

   o  This event has 20 f.r.e.e interviews with big names
from the EFT / Tapping world

   o  This is an online event so there is no need to
book hotels or wait in traffic

   o  The main event is 100% f.r.e.e to attend.  You get
to listen to 2 presentations each day for 10 days
and you have a 24 hour period to listen to the calls.
(You don’t have to be there at an exact time)

   o  Everything is streamed through the web so there’s
no expensive phone bills!

   o  The way they’re able to keep it f.r.e.e. is they offer
an upgrade option for those that want to own the
audio to the presentations, the transcripts and the
workbook for the event – all at a very fair price. 

If you want to sign up for this f.r.e.e online (NO travel)
event click on the link below:


When you sign up you’ll also get five audios that you
can immediately listen to or download with Jack
Canfield, Joe Vitale, Bruce Lipton, Carol Look and
Nick Ortner, each of them talking about EFT and
Tapping in different ways.

Again, just to clarify since so many people have asked
this question, it is 100% f.r.e.e. to attend the online
event and listen to all the calls during the 10 days of
the event. 

If you want to own the calls and MP3’s or have the CD’s
of the event, plus the transcripts and the workbook there
is a small charge for that, but it is completely optional.

Plus, I don’t know of any event or product where you
can sample the entire product before deciding if you
want to own it. 

I hope you attend:


P.S. – The advantages of upgrading are that you get
to own the audios forever and you get to have the
transcripts and the workbooks which coincide with
each presentation.  And depending on which upgrade
you choose, you also get to have 5 or 10 different
bonus audios to listen to. 


P.P.S. – You don’t have to take my word for it…listen
to the event and you’ll see for yourself how good the
quality is and how powerful the content is. 




HURRY!!!!  This event begins on February 21st (Sunday).

I’ll see you there!!!

God Bless–
Jodi McDonald

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February 9, 2010


Filed under: Announcements — jodi @ 1:36 pm



  PRESENTED BY: Jodi McDonald





This Month’s Topic:



Join us this Saturday, February 13th, from 10:00 a.m. until noon as we finish our discussion about Dr. Bruce Lipton’s newest book, Spontaneous Evolution, co-written with Steve Bhaerman.  In this latest revelation, we delve into how not only our personal beliefs, but also our cultural beliefs have shaped our history, politics and society.  We are currently moving through a breakdown of many of the ideas and institutions that have defined our culture for decades, but this is not bad news.  This is a necessary process of clearing out what no longer serves to make way for a new age…a new world.  Journey with us through the unfolding evolution as we spiral out of the Age of Believing into the Age of KNOWING.   Celebrate the month of LOVE by opening to the Source of it!


I will also reveal—FOR THE FIRST TIME—a new way to communicate with the Universal Mind.  This was just “given” to me, recently, by the I AM Consciousness and  has never been shared prior to this time, so if you want to know the most powerful bit of new information I recently received, DO NOT MISS THIS ONE!!  Trust me…this will startle and amaze you!!!!  I will be adding this to all my future Meta-ET (TM) sessions.


Food, fun, refreshments and prizes served, all on a love offering basis.  Come on…we’re family here.


For directions to the church, go to www.unitynewbraunfels.org.  Learn more at our “under construction” site, www.meta-et.com or visit www.godisaverb.com/blog! 


I’ll see you this Saturday!! 

February 5, 2010

James A. Ray’s Fall From Grace

Filed under: My Thoughts — jodi @ 12:05 pm

jail.jpg  Life in a physical realm is not always easy, is it?  And yet…from out of the difficulties come some of our greatest accomplishments.  In the past six months, I’ve been on the granddaddy of roller coaster rides, but I have grown and learned so much in it all.  Although there were moments when I was tempted to question these events, I can already see the wisdom that unfolded in each one of the events did so with absolute perfection.  I should be used to such miraculous orchestrations as my life is full of countless examples; and yet, it never ceases to take my breath away.

With every brazen step into the unknown, a look backward beckons me “Turn around!”  I refuse.  My path opens into new places, new wonders, and all the past has to offer me is more of the same.  Change.  Such a frightening word to so many and yet an essential part of our expansion.  Surrender to it.  Embrace it.  Trust it.  For within all change is transformation.

People tell me they want to know God.  They want to feel that oneness, that unity.  In all their enthusiasm and excitement to share the experience of merging with Divinity, they forget it will mean giving up themselves.  It sounds simple.  It will be the most difficult thing you will ever do.  The ego will rear its head and balk with a fierce intensity, railing against your choice.  Did Tiger Woods forget?  Did James Arthur Ray?

I sadly watched James Arthur Ray, shackled and ashamed, being led into a jail cell, yesterday.  How many more will fall from grace?  I wondered how heavy is his heart.  Months ago, he sat high on a throne of fame and fortune.  Did he forget from whence he came?  Did he believe his rewards were nothing but manifestations of a mortal man?  And more importantly, will his journey help him to remember who works through him, as him?  Self-righteousness, you see, is always the antithesis of glory.  Will fame feed the ego or will it be attributed to the One who drew it into form?

Remind me to be humble.  Never let me forget the I AM who operates as me never needs recognition through self-serving fame.  Fame is a gift that comes with an opportunity to share the wealth…but egotistical pride also lurks in the shadows. My Creator enters with a whisper, leaving delicate traces of perfection only seen with eyes of purity and meekness.  I bow before the All-in-All and ask to mirror the image and likeness of such humility.  I incessantly chant this reminder…“Of myself, I can do nothing.”

When change comes knocking, open wide the door.  Put out the welcome mat.  The One who offers the opportunity for growth does not make mistakes, no matter how little sense it makes to you at the moment. Surrender to the unknown and recognize that a leap into nothingness is ladden with All That Is.  From out of the darkness will come the most radiant light. “Not my will, but Thine be done.” Keep me humble.

I look forward.  All possibilities await.  I look back.  My life’s choices echo in the empty canyons.  I smile at both dimensions, for both have brought me to this threshold. In gratitude, I leap once more and my trust rewards me with angel wings.  I soar into infinity, knowing that this moment, once known, becomes my past yet again.  I know from whence I’ve come and I am ever so grateful for the remembrance that follows me to my future.

Do you want to know God?  Stop looking.  You are All That Is.  Just don’t let it go to your head.  Hold it in the silence of your heart.

I AM…Jodi