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Applying Courage & Forgiveness for Health and Freedom

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By Dr. Rhea Zimmerman

I am currently in week 5 of a 6 week journey I am facilitating using the 12 tracks from “Breathe Love” to experiment in creating new options within life by becoming aware of stuck patterns that are coming from living in “reactivity” versus in choice or “response.”

This past week we focused on “Courage” and “Forgiveness.” These emotions are primed by the practice of those that come before them: Faith, Hope, Generosity, Aspiration, Patience, Sympathy, Gratitude (Non-Interference) and Kindness. The sensations of courage and forgiveness are two of the most powerful emotions to engage in for the healing process.

Courage invigorates the inner being to “go for it” through whatever life is presenting, and in particular- to know that change is possible. Courage assists us to call upon our higher self, or, easily stated- our calmest and most rational free seeing self- to make choice and step into the life that we want to live as the person we want to be.

Forgiveness is the energy of freeing ourselves to see solution where otherwise we would see problems. It allows us to let go of self-judgement and step into self-discovery. It also lets us see that we, and all around us, will be forever “flawed” when we look from the critical eye. This feeling that life is forever flawed creates tensions over and over again that cut us off from enjoying the context of our lives and creating real connection with those around us based on a flow of love and a resonance as co-writers of our lives versus victim based thinking, talking and acting.

The journey through the tracks, and the chapters they are inspired by in The Rays of the Dawn, is a forever journey. It is the journey to knowing and then dancing with one’s greatest nature, and a journey into understanding and loving life around us.

The excerpt I am sharing is designed to be a little “nugget” of assistance along the way.

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Author: Dr. Rhea

Dr. Rhea Zimmerman Komarek Dr. Rhea Zimmerman Komarek is a chiropractor, pro-activist, and producer. Her mission of igniting people to their vitality, gifts, purpose, and passion is the driving force behind her practice, Blossom Chiropractic Studio, humanitarian organization, Blossom Life Projects, mind/body retraining CD, “Breathe Love,” and feature documentary in production, “Love Bomb.” Many believe she is on her way to becoming a significant inspirational leader. Her methods of using chiropractic and innate education have helped countless people overcome challenges and fully step into their lives. Her passion for bringing chiropractic care to those seeking to live their greatest human potential has led her to be as comfortable working with newborn babies, teenagers and seniors as she was in serving as the team chiropractor for the Bontrager Livestrong Pro Cycling Team during the 2011 and 2012 seasons. Her dedication to a life of loving service and a vision of human beings living in harmony beyond differences in nationality, language, and other artificial barriers led her to participate in chiropractic service trips to El Salvador and Brazil and to create and lead similar projects in India and Peru. As her service at home she volunteers for The Pathway Home, a six month rehabilitation and healing program created for combat veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan recovering from PTSD. Dr. Rhea currently resides in Napa, CA, where she welcomes new clients to her practice. On occasion, she can be spotted barefoot running the trails throughout the valley with her big black Goldendoodle Bloom or savoring a glass of red wine at one of the many local restaurants.

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