The Power of Intention

“Manifest your future as it is Your Reality.”

This quote came off of a Kombucha bottle I purchased several days ago, and it triggered the question of “pure intent” and the verbal permission that I ask my clients to give before we start their decoding process or any healing. Some might scoff at the idea of intention—however, just like germs a century ago, invisible things are now being documented by science. This power of the mind— and thoughts can change matter is something Chi Gong Masters, and Buddhist monks have known and now quantum physicists are finding that everything you think influences your life.

 Internationally known author, speaker and reseacher, Lynn Mactaggart has been studying this idea of intention since 2007. She says that we are all walking “antenna transmitters and receivers”—sending and receiving everything akin to a “leaking bucket.” And whether we are aware of it or not, she says that humans are always emitting a tiny current of photons—of light in a continual conversation within the system or “the field” as it as known and because of this we must be keenly aware of our thoughts. 

And, she says, not just the power of thoughts we put out each morning in our meditation, but reminds us that everything we think about ourselves is going out into the Universe—which “hears” everything; that constant and continual invisible conversation taking place within ourselves. Lynn notes unfortunately that all too often this conversation laced with self-doubt, secret judgments, and negativity.

Lee Carroll writes, that intent is the most powerful tool in the new age. It is the absolute power that humans (us) have in the new energy and is through vibrational intent—and we ALL have the power! The potential positive outweighs the negative—and it has the power to shift your entire future. Lee also talks about "the field" being high physics and this field has an attitude—bringing like minded things together in what we call synchronicity, co-creation, higher vibration (remember disease is low-vibration) and law of attraction. He reminds us that Intent and love can change physical things because love and physics are married into the nucleus of an atom—and refers to as “energy soup.” To which we can never be apart from while here.

Richard Bartlett, DC, ND, says it this way: “that the absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.”

So, if our thoughts are that powerful, how do we keep them focused for our highest good,? After all since our thoughts, desires and wishes locked inside our head actually manifest our physical reality? Here are three easy suggestions below:

  • One - Stop thinking negatively. Clear your mind of the negative thoughts that fill your head everyday! Your intentions much match your real desire.
  • Two - Get a journal and list your typical thoughts—then begin to “rewrite” your story in a more positive light. Has a difficult situation nudged you to to explore ideas that were previously not a possibility?

  • Three - Love yourself! How would our life change if we sincerely loved ourself rather than criticized ourselves. This is an old energy pattern and one that does not serve our magnificence. 

"When we change ourselves,
it changes everything."

"Inspired Wellness
from Within"
~Cathrine Silver, HC, AADP

Thought for the Day: Inspirational Wisdom
" Greek philosopher Democritus wrote, “Happiness resides not in possessions, and not in gold; the feeling of happiness dwells in the soul.”
A Message from the Angels
~ 44 ~
Healing , Creativity , Fertility
It is said that love conquers all; this is especially true for you at the moment. Something is resolved and healed through love. What was previously barren now becomes fertile. A seed is planted and you are the co-creator. The conditions are favorable, timing is right; a new creation awaits you. The birth of something new brings joy and excitement. The forever changing seasons of eternity turn their invisible wheel and a new cycle begins. A new image is born.

Love heals
Love brings resolution
Love conquers
Love creates
Loves is eternal
~Gaia Oracle

The I Ching is at least 5000 years old and is one of the oldest books on the planet and one that has never been out of print since it first appeared. I thought it would be fun to draw a card each month and glean its quantum message--and apply it to our individual circumstances.
Biting Through - Shih ho (21)
Above-Fire Below-Thunder
Ruling Line-Fifth
"You can attain great success but you must 'bite through' and make a swift and sudden attack on any obstacles that stand in the way of your progress. You have to be clear.This is not a time to take things easy or to let things go. You must act with intuition and from your heart. Biting through can be done only without thought or contemplation. You must, however, bite through with clarity and compassion, if you are to succeed. "
SIXTH (TOP) Line: Things will not be beneficial to you if you don't listen to reason and the sound advice of others.

FIFTH LINE:Stop being so forgiving and take direct and ruthless action. Don't let things slide any further.

FOURTH LINE: Keep biting and don't let go until you have bitten through. It's a tough job that you have to do, but do it you must.

THIRD LINE:Even if you think you have bitten through in the past, biting through must be done again --and even perhaps again and again.

SECOND LINE: As with gangrene, you must sever the limb to save the body. You must be ruthless in order to stop the infection.

FIRST (BOTTOM) LINE: Adopt a sincere approach and you won't go wrong. Be arrogant and the universe will not be happy. You have erred and must restore your good name.

Biological Decoding Here Today
Conflicts and trauma are sometimes obvious and sometimes not and make their presence known to us as dis-ease and imbalance in our lives; manifesting in our body.  Weight issues or acne are obvious to most, but what are the traumas, loyalties and imbalances locked away in diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or behind simple allergies and minor illnesses given labels or the diagnosis's we receive at the doctor's office? Do you want healing or just relief? 

The premise is easy. Disease and sicknesses are "nothing more" than emotional conflict(s) or trauma, --lessons to learn (that may be passed down from our ancestors) running in an "invisible" field of energy unknown or unrealized to us until it emerges as our brain's (the ultimate computer) solution for the disturbance deep within our psyche. More simply, the first law of Biological Decoding states: "Every pain or disease originates from a conflict. The conflict is an unexpected, highly acute, and isolating shock that occurs simultaneously in the PSYCHE, the BRAIN, and part of the BODY that corresponds to the type of conflict. Discovering the conflict aids the brain in sending messages to repair the body".

If we are human, we all have unresolved emotional conflicts. Heal them for yourselves--heal them for your kids and break the pattern. Biological Decoding goes hand-in-hand with our allopathic medicine today which addresses the mechanical aspects of our disease.

How can I help you today?

The Biology of Decoding is an amazing tool to assist in the discovery of the root cause of dis-ease.  This discovery and decoding opens the door to healing, deepens spiritual understanding of who we are and releases limiting beliefs and patterns.

"If the mind doth bend, disease can end."
Dr. Todd Ovokaitys, MD

For more information on Biological Decoding call  954-661-1972

Cathy Silver, HC, AADP
" Inspired Wellness from Within"

Medicinal Plant: Rosemary
For 2018 I thought it would be interesting to highlight a medicinal plant--one that you may or may not know about. You can then make the decision to explore the qualities further and discover if the nutrition and benefits are right for you!
" This herb, Rosemary is considered to be sacred by ancient Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, as well as Hebrews and is particularly prevalent in Italian cultural cuisine".

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a perennial woody evergreen herb native to the Mediterranean region. It has fine needle-like leaves with a silver touch and pink, purple, white, or blue flowers. It is one of the most commonly found herbs in a spice rack. The herb has a warm, bitter, and astringent taste but yet it gives a wonderful flavor and aroma to soups, sauces, stews, roasts, and stuffing. It can be used in dried powder form or as fresh leaves. Its leaves can be used to prepare  tea essential oil , and liquid extract.

Medicinal Benefits - Rosemary is a warming herb and a "yang"tonic that supports the heart, kidney and liver, lung and spleen functions. It helps mediate conditions of cold mucus, and damp. An excellent stimulant, rosemary contains oil of camphor, which gives a pungent flavor and a distinctive sent according to Rebecca Wood author of The New Whole Foods Encyclopedia. It slows the aging process and reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer. It is recommended for headaches, chronic fatigue, poor appetite and weak circulation. It also reportedly lowers cholesterol, eases muscle and arthritic pain and treats lung congestion, sore throat and canker sores. Rosemary tea buffers or alkalinizes an overly acidic stomach. It is also a good alternative to aspirin for treating headaches, gas and fevers. To make the tea, steep 3 tablespoons of dried rosemary or 4 sprigs of fresh rosemary in 1 cup of just-boiled water for 10 minutes. Strain, sweeten if desired, and drink.
Everything we put into our body synthesizes into something whether it happens to be thoughts and words, our experiences and lifestyle or our food. 

In the course of our busy lives, few of us ever stop to think (speaking for myself now) ---what does this actually do for my well-being? That is why I continue to focus on one food or ingredient each month. Not to memorize facts, but to bring more awareness to our consciousness about what we choose to eat. It affects us in many ways. 

Recipe of the Month:
Fresh-Nutty Tasting Strawberry & Spinach Salad
with a Poppy Seed Dressing.

Bon Appetite!

Serves 4 to 6

Prep Time: about 40 minutes


1/2 cup red wine vinegar
1/3 cup sugar
Salt and Pepper
1/2 red onion, sliced thin
1 Tablespoon poppy seeds
1/2 cup sliced almonds
1/4 cup grapeseed or your favorite vegetable oil
1 teaspoon dry mustard
1 pound fresh strawberries, washed, hulled and quartered
1 bunch romaine lettuce torn into bite-size pieces
5 ounces (about 5 cups) baby spinach


  • Whisk vinegar, sugar, and 3/4 tsp. salt together in a bowl. Transfer 1/4 cup vinegar mixture to a small sauce pan and heat until vinegar starts to boil. Add onion rings and stir to coat and let sit for a least 30 minutes.

  • Next, toast poppy seeds in a small non-stick skillet over medium heat until they smell fragrant and nutty--about 1 or 2 minutes. While the skillet is still warm toss in the almonds and toast them until fragrant--about 3 minutes.

  • Whisk oil, mustard, poppy seeds, and 1/2 tsp. pepper into remaining vinegar mixture. Combine strawberries, romaine lettuce, baby spinach, and half of the almonds. Add the wilted onions and toss into the salad.

  • If you have a big hungry crowd, toss the salad with the dressing--or you may serve it on the side. Adjust for taste with the addition of salt and pepper, if necessary. Sprinkle the remaining almonds on the salad, and serve.

Cathy's notes: The original recipe called for the dressing to be microwaved rather than heated on the stove, but since microwaves change the molecular structure of our food--I use the old fashioned stove top. Also, I prefer grapeseed oil to the old corn oil since much of the corn grown in this country is GMO based/grown. :( I thought the dressing was just the right combination of sweet & sour, actually better than most I have had dining out. Also, sometimes red onions can be overpowering, but they had a nice soft mild flavor after marinating in the warm vinegar mixture for half and hour.

I would call this a "keeper" - Enjoy!

This recipe was adapted from a Cook's Country publication. 

Blog - Parting Thoughts . . .

The Sword and the Stone(s) - Update 2018
This story sounds like a fairy tale and so is aptly named. And, like all good fairy tales, it begins with once upon a time. It starts in Glastonbury, England—where the legend of King Arthur, The Knights of the Round Table and fair maidens lived—and like all galactic tales of long ago and far away, become real—just like the velveteen rabbit when infused with love and belief which circulates amongst many and brings life to days gone by, because there is truth in all things. But this tale goes much further back in time—
Every Truth passes through three stages before it is accepted.  In the first it is ridiculed, next it is opposed; in the third, it is regarded as self evident.

~Arthur Shopenauer (19th Century Philosopher)

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