About Betsy

Bio

I was born in Wisconsin and lived in Nevada, Florida and Spain. I went to college and was a computer programmer for 17 years, with family and suburban life. Since 1990, I have meditated and learned self-healing techniques. In August of 1999, I spiritually awakened, quit my job and devoted my life to self-realization and helping others. Shortly after starting Reiki self-healing in 2005, my kundalini unexpectedly awakened. I continue to work with my kundalini transformation today. I live in Wisconsin and am a skilled distance healer, author, poet, intuitive, and spiritual mentor.

Areas of Expertise

Meditation, Steps of Self-Realization, Spiritual Awakening, Self-Realization, Kundalini Awakening, Energy healing, Reiki

I'm passionate about

Helping people heal & awaken, myself included.

Comments & conversations

202001
Betsy Rabyor
Posted over 1 year ago
Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are
Hi Colleen, Thank you for the warm welcome! I am happy to connect with another who understands the value of self-observation and inquiry. Colleen: You said that "this tool should carry a warning that it can deepen the trap". How can it "deepen the trap" if we are aware? It would have been better to have said it would prolong vs. deepen the trap. It takes much meditation practice, self-observation and inquiry to get to the point where you can even see you are trapped. Then there are different levels of attachment to the trap which levels are mostly associated with various beliefs we have about ourselves. You could see one level of trap as believing you have no power to change your circumstances feeling mostly like a victim, then via this video you may understand this is only a belief. Once you've made the experience to disprove it, then you can drop the belief and your worldview changes. It prolongs the trap because power is a seductive asset for the false-self to obtain and it can take a lifetime to let it go if ever. It can take another 30 years of amassing material assets before one realizes that these things do not bring true happiness. Wouldn't it be better if we could point people in the right direction from the outset, versus having them suffer all these years to find this out? This idea could be a useful tool in the context of a book that explained the underlying problem and gave various tools people could use such as this one depending upon which belief they were currently working on. I think a workbook format would be good with simple tools like this one that people can easily test out to have the experience and make the information clear. I envision a book(s) starting with the basics and moving through all the steps. Bits of information like this are good, but not effective by themselves without being part of a broader teaching. However, internet sharing is great way to spark ideas.
202001
Betsy Rabyor
Posted over 1 year ago
Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are
I feel this is valuable for those who are not yet aware their posture reflects how you feel about yourself. I like how the talk starts by directly the listener to make a self-observation which gives people a taste of being self-aware and what they can discover simply by taking a look. The exercises can easily be tested in your life in situations to directly observe the effects. I think it would be good to do this versus just accepting it as truth. By doing the experiments you might gain an ability to read people better including yourself. It is interesting that hormone levels are affected from only 2 minutes of poses. Increased testosterone level is like saying Yes to the new and decreased cortisol level releases stress energy. That’s a great result. This idea has value as a transformation tool because saying YES to life and releasing stress is much better than holding tension and being withdrawn. This is similar to the idea behind the secret smile or laugh therapy. Anytime we can interrupt our habitual locked in thought pattern we can transform and when we increase our energy level awareness tends to rise. What isn't mentioned is our thoughts generate emotion and emotional energy in body tends to trigger the same kinds of thoughts as the undertone of thoughts that generated those emotions. The sad truth is most people are blind to reality because they experience life inside their mind like a dream because they identify with the ‘generated emotional body’ as their real self, which they create by telling a story with their thinking. People are trapped in this thought-emotion phenomenon which is circular like a hamster running around a wheel. This tool will not take you out of that trap! It is good to be aware that gaining power is very appealing to the false self, so this tool should carry a warning that it can deepen the trap. To get off the wheel you have to become skilled at self observation (meditation) and inquiry (questioning oneself).