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JasnaFrom childhood Jasna Kasovac had recurring back aches and eye infections to the point of losing her sight for periods of time. Finally a practitioner identified the cause: the auto-immune disease spondylitis. The solution offered was a lifetime on medication. Jasna decided not to travel that path.

Instead, she looked for a more wholistic approach and found a naturopath/homeopath who suggested she try a completely raw, alkalising plant food diet as well as meditation and forgiveness… Six months later all her symptoms had reversed.

Jasna was so impressed by her own results that she became a nutritionist so that she could help others. She is available to be of service to you. Watch this 35-minute interview, which I’m launching on Monday 20th September, just as she begins a health-improvement challenge! (The idea is to remove one acidifying ingredient from your diet each week such as meat, dairy and refined products.)

For more information about this and Jasna's services, you can reach out to her directly via her website, www.jkwellnessnutrition.com. Jasna's own cookbook coming! Thank you for watching. Please share if so inspired!

Inspiring content as I launch my new novel Power of the Light, about a boy whose father has cancer and their healing journey that incorporates plant food and forgiveness... 

Here's some beautiful feedback about my novel from a 12-year-old boy, via his mother:

Samuel bounced into our room this morning saying he had finished Power of the Light and I asked him what were the main things he got out of it.

He answered 'self acceptance and forgiveness' and went on to add 'that when things go wrong or you make mistakes, you look at what happened and try to take something good out of it'. This is so, so great for him to get as he can be hard on himself when things don't go to plan.

He also pointed out all the health tips at the back of the book and commented about how they were weaved throughout the story.

It opened up an honest discussion about cancer. He had remembered the 1 in 2 cancer statistic that was mentioned in the story and voiced concern that he never wanted us to get it. We're aligned with your ideas about self healing and were able to reassure him about the same concepts that I assert were covered in the story. I don't feel like the hard reality of cancer was scorching for him as he's been in a great mood all day :)

Needless to say I am absolutely thrilled about the value he got from your story :) :)

Both his father and I are very much looking forward to reading the story next and Samuel's review in his own words is below:

"Great book, great morals. I like this book and read it in 2 days on top of school etc. It's also cool that there are health tips throughout but if you like your BBQ shapes maybe don't let your mum read it!"

Ha!

- - I echo Sam's mother's 'Ha!' 😂 and I thank Sam for this lovely feedback. 🙏🏽

While we're on the forgiveness theme, here's a comment from an older man:

With ‘Power of the Light’ Liliane Grace has written another great novel that can be enjoyed by adolescents and adults alike. The story raised a number personal issues with me, in particular issues around son-father relationships, dealing with serious health issues within the family, attitudes on how to deal with fear and choices about medical treatments and diets. I believe this is a book for anybody who is open to challenge some of the entrenched, stereotypical opinions around us. - I thoroughly enjoyed reading ‘Power of the Light’.

Rainer Busch age 64

- - Thank you, Rainer! 🙏🏽

Bookstore link here if you'd like to order a copy!

 

buddha meditation VisualHuntThose who have been following my work will know that my focus is on looking for divine order and living from cause as conscious creators of our lives. (Not the easiest thing to do by any means, but to me, our highest calling.)

For those not familiar, here’s how these themes show up in my books:
The Mastery Club is about five adolescents who begin to learn about universal laws and the power of their minds
The Hidden Order invites readers and characters to actively look for that order in even the most confronting situations
Quest For Riches is about taking responsibility for our financial lives
The Boy Who Barked and The Boy Who Found His Pulse are true stories about overcoming challenges and following inspiration to fulfil our potential
Wanted: Greener Grass is about the hero’s journey, about emotional maturity in our drive for happiness and fulfilment
My newest novel, Power of the Light, applies the concepts of responsibility and order to illness: it’s about recognising our part in generating illness in our bodies, whether from poor diets, chemical exposure or toxic emotions.

I mentioned in a previous blog that Power of the Light sat in my filing cabinet for six years, until now, when the perfect storm hit: illness, fear, government control, etc. I decided to launch in the midst of the coronavirus because this new book tackles all of those issues.

Right now, society is being divided by pro- and anti-conspiracy conversations. Who is pro? Who is anti? Which is the true conspiracy – the government’s position or the ‘weirdos’ who are sharing confronting information about ‘new world orders’ and ‘nanotechnology in vaccines’ and ‘microchipping’ and ‘eugenics’ agendas and ‘satanic cults at the core of government and royalty’, etc.?soldier VisualHunt

If you’re not up with all of that, I’ll be sharing more about it in a future blog, and ultimately we each have to do our own research to decide what the truth is, but one thing is certain, now is not the time to turn away from (deny) this information simply because it’s dark and negative. Spiritual maturity includes owning one’s shadow, whether at a personal level or a global level, and everything ‘out there’ is a reflection of what is ‘in here’. (In fact, as some would say, there is no such thing as ‘out there’.)

So… what is the paradox and where is the order?

A paradox is when contradictory statements both hold true at the same time. The paradox we are currently facing is that we must both ‘enlighten’ ourselves about these dark facts and ‘enlighten’ ourselves by holding our vision and deliberately creating what we want to create.

Society is being ‘enlightened’ as information comes ‘to light’ and secrets long held in darkness are exposed. This expansion of knowledge, awareness and insight is discomfiting but important on the road to spiritual maturity.

So how do we ‘keep ourselves light’ and deny the dark its power when governments keep churning out lies about the danger of the virus, mainstream media ignores certain perspectives, social media suppresses freedom of speech, and police turn out in frightening numbers and combative gear to shut us down?

  • Chaos and crisis are just how things appear; there are actually many many ‘blessings in disguise’ right now. I plan to expand on this in the next blog and, like me, you will find yourself walking around in this strange new world with a smile on your face. Meanwhile see Stephanie’s beautiful list.
  • We grow through overcoming challenges. A few years ago, I was asked to address a newly created secondary school anti-bullying club. I surprised the founders when I asked them: ‘Have you thanked the bullies for inspiring you to step up in leadership?’

Whether we are faced with challenges not of our choosing that we must overcome, or whether we deliberately choose ‘the narrow, difficult path’ that honours our physical and spiritual health (rather than the ‘wide and pleasant path’ of easy pleasures), growth occurs as a result of dealing with challenges.

Without challenges we would become passive and self-indulgent and be unlikely to tap into our great resources of love, compassion, creativity and resourcefulness. Any athlete knows the pain of self-discipline – and also the great pleasure when physical mastery is achieved.

Challenges call greatness out of us. If we experience injustice, something inside us calls us to seek justice. If we experience illness, we seek health. This balancing dynamic is a natural law of the universe.

Right now, we are being called to wake up to the true nature of our physical world – who has been pulling the strings, and why – and to decide if we want to participate in that kind of world or co-create one that is more equitable, life-affirming and empowering.

Esther Hicks/Abraham calls this ‘contrast’: by seeing what we don’t want, we become clearer about what we do want.

We are being asked to be the conscious creators of our lives and world.

How do we do that?

By forming a VISION of the world/life we wish to create and by ACTING on it and holding to it despite appearances to the contrary.

This is not easy because appearances are very convincing. Police in full combat gear tackling peaceful protesters to the ground is very disturbing, as are the leaked NASA documents and WHO statements about vaccination agendas for humanity… When I first discovered what was happening ‘behind the curtain’ I was shocked and troubled, but the deeper I went, the more encouraged and inspired I became. (Next blog!)

Rather than becoming depressed or upset, we need to arrive at a vision of the world that enthuses us! By ‘vibrating with’ that vision, we will bring it into being.

When I wrote The Mastery Club® I opted to use the phrase ‘Law of Resonance and Vibration’ rather than ‘Law of Attraction’ because attraction is a term that relates to magnetism, by which opposites attract, and it seems to me that we manifest our desires by the principle of resonance.

We live in a vibrational universe; everything has a frequency. Our dominant thought determines our dominant frequency. We come into harmonic resonance with whatever is similar to us; if we are ‘being’ or ‘vibrating lack’, we can’t ‘attract’ abundance, whether the form we seek is money, a love-partner or health.

How apply the Law of Resonance to today’s chaos and crises?

  • Look for the hidden order in the chaos. As soon as you see it, you will recognise the blessings and discover that smile.

I introduced the inspiring work of Dr Zach Bush in my last blog. (I highly recommend his video interview with Brian Rose of London Real – or, in fact, any of his interviews. They are all magic, a veritable stream of wisdom.)

https://freedomplatform.tv/zach-bush-our-covid-19-assumptions-are-wrong-why-social-distancing-vaccines-will-make-the-pandemic-worse/

In one of those interviews, Dr Bush shares his perspective that the purpose of life is not love, but beauty. This insight immediately reminded me that the Greek word ‘kosmos’ means ‘ordered beauty’. Order, beauty, Divine Order, universal/spiritual/natural laws… They’re all talking about the same thing: our universe is governed by laws, and when we work in harmony with these laws, we experience order, prosperity, health, ease and flow; when we violate them, we experience struggle and pain.

My novel, The Hidden Order, challenges the reader to look for and recognise that order in the midst of apparent chaos.

Power of the Light invites the reader to not fight or resist the darkness, because in fighting it we strengthen it, but to wake up from a bad dream by owning the shadow, seeing how it serves us, and actively caring for ourselves and others.

‘Spiritual evolution can only take place within the dark epoch. Only here can the choice be made between fear or love.’ – Peter O Erbe, God I Am – From Tragic to Magic, page 8.

The genius philosopher, Leibniz, declared that this (apparently flawed) world is the best of all possible worlds. How can this be?

I’m going to borrow some content from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy:

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/leibniz/

‘How can this world be the best of all possible worlds? After all, as Voltaire brought out so clearly in Candide, it certainly seems that this world, in which one finds no short supply of natural and moral horrors, is far from perfect – indeed, it seems pretty lousy. Certainly only a fool could believe that it is the best world possible. But, Leibniz speaks on behalf of the fool, with an argument that has essentially the following structure:

(1) God* is omnipotent and omniscient and benevolent and the free creator of the world. (Definition)

(2) Things could have been otherwise – i.e., there are other possible worlds. (Premise)

(3) Suppose this world is not the best of all possible worlds. (I.e., "The world could be better.")

(4):

  If this world is not the best of all possible worlds, then at least one of the following must be the case:

  God was not powerful enough to bring about a better world; or 

  God did not know how this world would develop after his creation of it (i.e. God lacked foreknowledge); or 

  God did not wish this world to be the best; or

  God did not create the world;

  there were no other possible worlds from which God could choose.

(5) But, any one or more of the disjuncts of (4) contradicts (1) or (2). 

(6) Therefore this world is the best of all possible worlds.


* I’d add ‘omnipresent’ to ‘omniscient’ and ‘omnipotent’, which throws in the spiritual consideration that there is no ‘other’ ‘out there’; there is just The One, the Whole. For, if G.O.D. is absolute, where is It/S/He not?

There is another paradox that we are facing, and that is to honour the lockdown (for various reasons – see next blog) and to resist it. But meanwhile…

Stephanie Kakris, the Performance Coach and creator of Positive Parenting Cards, asked me to share the following beautiful and balancing insights that came to her about this period we are in:

Like most people living through the Covid restrictions, I have been plagued with thoughts about how awful the experience is. How many things we used to love have been taken away. The fear. The uncertainty. The anger. The outrage. The grief. The despair. All of it. And I consider myself one of the lucky ones. But I was focusing on all the negatives. And spending too much time on FB with everyone else doing the same, it’s hard not to.

But ... somewhere deep inside of me I also know that this is all happening for our highest good. As crazy as that sounds - I have an inherent belief that everything that happens to us is for our greatest good. Yep, everything. 

I also know (via the teaching of Dr Demartini and demonstrated so beautifully in LIliane Grace’s book The Hidden Order) that for every negative experience there is equal positive benefits. We just need to seek and find them.

Feeling so down about the whole situation was not serving me, but I was struggling to see the up side! So I asked my guides for help. This is what has come through in the past couple of days about the benefits of Covid and I want to share with the intention it might help you to see the other side as well. Here goes.

The Covid experience - what is the higher purpose of it?

  1. Slowing down, simplifying, rediscovering what’s really important

The vast majority of people in the western world are too materialistic. They have lost touch of what’s really important. They are too busy and just running from one activity to another.

This time alone and at home is allowing some deep reflection for many people that they would never normally give themselves.

People are being creative, making new gardens, building things, making art. This is helping them connect to their higher selves and to their right brain and heart.

Yes a lot of people are angry. They are annoyed - many enraged - at their loss of freedoms and being controlled. 

But they were already being controlled. By their busy schedules, by their minds that were never satisfied with what they had achieved and what they had in their lives. Always striving for improvement at the detriment of contentment with the now. By the media and advertisers that bombard you with messages - buy this and that!

More is better! So much overwhelm and burnout. That is already an unsustainable form of control, both for the humans and for the planet.

The truth is that freedom can always exist in your mind and heart. Just like Archie Williams* told you, he was imprisoned in body but never in his mind. The choice is yours.

We admit that It’s unfortunate that we had to go to such extreme lengths to help people reset. But it was what was needed in the long run. Humanity had gone so far off course, a major reset was essential.

It’s a dark night of the soul on a global scale. We’re done with one person or one community at a time. The energies demand fast tracking things and believe it or not, this was the most gentle way to do it. The darker the night, the brighter the dawn.

The anger is also a good thing. The political and leadership model is horribly flawed and this will catalyse the masses in not standing for it any more. It had to get worse to rouse people into action. Most humans are complacent and too self focused to stand up and call for a change - in other words, things have to get really bad before most people bother. This will not happen overnight because the systems are so ingrained but be patient and be assured the best is yet to come.

Having said that, we want to offer word of warning for those wanting to “fight back” - don’t. Acting from a place of anger or fight is only adding fuel to the fire. It will not solve anything. If you do feel called to act, do it from a space of deep compassion for humanity and passion and deep desire to make the world a better place. You don’t need to go into politics of course to do this. You can make the world a better place by being kind to a neighbour or thanking the staff at the supermarket. Offer your prayers and healing to people who need it. These small actions are the big ones too.

  1. What about all the people who have lost their livelihoods?

We feel for them, we really do. But this is happening to encourage you all to foster a sense of community again. People need each other. You humans need to drop this bullshit belief in “independence” and at the same time “the Govt should provide for me” (what’s with that?) and be much more open to giving and receiving to each other. To feel more comfortable about asking for help and receiving help, then giving back when in a position to. Not this “each man/woman for himself” BS mentality you’ve created. We see this already happening with the success of the kindness pandemic Facebook group and many other selfless acts.

And to be innovative and find a different way forward. Already, the level of innovation that has helped people to support themselves and their employees has been so pleasing to witness.

  1. School & kids

As you already know, the schooling system needs a huge overhaul. Parents are being shown exactly how much rubbish the school system feeds their kids. Many are turning to home schooling as they have seen their kids thrive without all the school BS. Like the adults, the kids have been too busy and have lost connection to themselves and their creative side. More time at home has allowed many kids more time to explore their creativity without restrictions of instruction and time.

It has helped many sensitive kids the time and space to reset their over stretched nervous system. Families are spending more quality time together and being forced to learn how to get along and enjoy each other’s company without running around like crazy chickens all the time.

  1. Aged care

The way we discard our elders in aged care homes in much of the western world is appalling. Another negative by-product of the race of busyness and materialism. The plan is that the Covid crisis will encourage more families to embrace the extended family way of living and the elderly will be more respected and revered and their wisdom shared as it should be.

  1. Travel

Mother Earth is loving the break from the carbon emissions, planes and automobiles as well as less industry polluting her. People have been forced to embrace a new normal of online meetings. Employers will be much more flexible from now on to allow work from home where possible, to save people time and energy commuting and to have more time at home for leisure or to be with their loved ones.

People are also seeing that there is no longer this need for people to be flying all over the country and the world for this meeting and that meeting as they have done in the past.

The earth cannot sustain this kind of air travel. People will be forced to travel locally and learn to appreciate the beauty of their own cities and countries rather than running off to other places with no idea of the wonder that is in their own backyards. And appreciate simple trips, getting in touch with nature.

Additionally, many people will be forced to create a life they love, rather than simply living from holiday to holiday with stress and unhappiness in between.

In summary, this whole Covid thing will help people to realize that happiness is created within. We understand all the emotions and suffering this is causing - the despair, the outrage, the intense loneliness for many, the lack of personal space for others like you. We know it’s hard. Most people hate change, particularly when it’s forced upon them.

But - humanity has called this in. Please trust that this is for everyone’s highest good.

For those of you reading this, the most powerful thing you can do is to literally count your blessings. Smell the roses, watch the clouds and the grass grow. Knit, paint, dance, bake, do whatever soothes your soul.

Pray on the stars and the moon. 

Ask for and accept help if you need it. And know that we will all come out the other side happier, with more equality, more tolerance and understanding, and much more sustainable way of living - both for humanity and for the planet.

 

Janette MWHow would you respond if you’d lived a healthy, active life and were then suddenly given a terminal breast cancer diagnosis?

Janette Murray-Wakelin was told she had six months to live. While she wasn’t drawn to any of the ‘cut, burn or poison’ options, she agreed to surgery because of the pressure exerted on her. Not only was this surgery scheduled to fit in with the surgeon’s golfing calendar (such a cliché!), but it created complications of its own. (Look up ‘iatrogenic disease’.)

Having been vegetarian for years, Janette became a raw vegan, and today mostly eats fruit. She has been cancer-free for 20 years. In 2016 she and her husband ran 366 marathons, one every single day as they circumnavigated Australia (including Tasmania) in an attempt to demonstrate what is possible when fuelled by fruit. They were in their 60s.

Janette shares the cause of her cancer and describes her diet and lifestyle today in this fascinating 35-minute interview

Inspiring content as I launch my new novel Power of the Light, about a boy whose father has cancer. Thank you for watching. Please share if so inspired

LG POTL YCinterviewCancer is a true pandemic, and doesn’t need to be, any more than the current virus does. A virus emerges as the body’s detoxification tool. If we cleanse and eat wholesome food and use safe products etc., we are far less likely to become sick. Likewise, cancer is the body’s natural response to an overload of toxicity. If we cleanse and eat wholesome food and use safe products etc., we are far less likely to become sick.

Nathan is stressed by his father’s cancer diagnosis and finds himself dreaming about a fantasy world in which an evil regime of ‘Reactors’ are gaining power and trying to control the people’s minds. He joins a group of rebels led by a quirky woman called Rada and comes to realise that her cryptic messages could help his father – and himself.

https://lilianegrace.com/youth-fiction/power-of-the-light-book

https://lilianegrace.com/store/207-power-of-the-light-paperback

If you have a health story you would like to share, please reach out to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

If you are worried about the virus, check out Dr Borody’s comments about Ivermectin. Doctors are getting an almost 100% success rate with this safe medication in as little as 48 hours.

LAUNCHING: ONLINE MASTERY CLUB!

Power of the Light and The Mastery Club are both about deliberately creating one’s reality rather than reacting to appearances. This isn’t easy! And that’s why I’m setting up an online Mastery Club to support (and challenge) those who want to be conscious Creators rather than Reactors… For more information, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ZachBushMD.jpg"In 1965 4% of our population had a chronic disease. Today 46% of our children have a chronic disease.” – Zach Bush MD

I finished writing Power of the Light in 2014 and it sat in my filing cabinet until now, when the perfect storm hit: illness, fear, government control, etc. This new book tackles all of those issues, so I decided to launch in the midst of the coronavirus.

As I went down the rabbit hole on many aspects of what is behind today’s virus and lockdown, I discovered Zach Bush MD. (Bio below.)

If you haven’t yet heard this doctor speak, or, better still, watched him on video, I highly recommend that you do. Dr Bush is possibly the most humble and thoughtful and inspiring doctor I have ever encountered. Each interview I have watched touches me at a deep level. Here are a few snippets:

Yvonne ChamberlainWhat would you do if that was what the doctor said to you?

Yvonne Chamberlain said, ‘No way!’ and she headed in the opposite direction – to Mexico.

Yvonne shares exactly what she was advised to do at the clinic in Mexico and then at the Gerson Institute where she signed up for a health program and then studied with them. There might be a few gory details but you can deal with them!

I'm sure you will enjoy and appreciate Yvonne's story in this 35-minute conversation. I was touched by Yvonne’s honesty as she shared her journey, which including facing some home truths about her attitude to life and her husband.

Stand by for more inspiring interviews as I interview people who have used natural means to recover from cancer as part of my campaign to launch my new novel, Power of the Light, which is about a boy whose father has cancer.

This is the third blog in a series asking if Critical Thinking has been removed from the English school curriculum. It certainly seems to be missing in the community, although I am heartened to see a number of independent media outlets now publishing excellent articles that question the covid narrative. More and more mainstream players are also emerging, such as Economist Gigi Foster, who is questioning whether the relatively few covid deaths justify lockdowns in the context of the vast number of deaths from suicide, abuse, depression, delayed operations and other health care, etc. Yay re the voice of Reason and Common Sense!!!!  

Aust Parliament KaptainKobold VisualHuntIf governments truly had our best at heart, we would be given:

  • the truth about the virus being no threat to the average healthy individual
  • the truth that the public health crisis caused by the fear and lockdown is occurring in numbers far greater than the number of covid cases, and has long-term implications
  • the truth that the economic crisis caused by the fear and lockdown is far worse than the impact of the coronavirus

information overload pexels Our ideas and beliefs are all formed in response to the information we absorb. We are overwhelmed with information these days, and very often the source of that information is suspect. How do we evaluate our sources of information? One key tool that every human being has access to is Common Sense.

There are so many violations of common sense in the way the current ‘pandemic’ is being managed that I am truly gobsmacked. (Eg. Why does the virus only attack people shopping in small ‘non-essential’ businesses, while it stays out of the superstores like Coles, Woolworths, Bunnings, etc.? Why are masks, which don't prevent the transmission of viruses but do pose dangers to our health, being widely mandated?)

Perhaps the most stunning loss of Common Sense is reflected in the facts about how viruses occur and how we develop strong immune systems that

It certainly looks like it’s been absent for years! The dearth of Critical Thinking in the community right now is alarming.

And has Common Sense died alongside it?

secondary studentI still remember the impact of a critical thinking class I attended as a secondary school student in which I was startled to learn that a statistic doubling might be as little as one more – i.e. if the original number is one, you only have to add one to double the amount. We think of doubling as being likely to result in a large number but it’s not always the case. As I was taught in a personal development course years ago: ‘ASSUME makes an ASS out of U and ME’.

Most of us have heard statements like, ‘You can use statistics / the Bible /

Shakespeare MabacamTo mask, or not to mask: that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler in the home to suffer
The rules and directives of the powers that be
Or to take arms against a sea of contradictions,
And by opposing end them? To succumb: to sleep;
No more; and by a sleep to say we end
The heart-ache and the thousand natural shocks
That a citizen is heir to, ’tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wish’d.

Anita BentataYou are probably aware that the actual statistics for the Covid19 event we are experiencing fall way short of the extreme 'plague-like' numbers that were initially touted. 2017 and 2018 are still considered to have been much more serious flu seasons than the current one, but there was no lockdown back then; it was just dealt with in the normal fashion.

The current extreme measures of house arrests, behavioural control and a vaccine that is being rushed through without any safety tests is suspicious, to say the least. But the immediate troubling fallout of global lockdown is the economic hardship and stress being experienced around the world. That's not to say that

lush world avatarblogPeople around the world were captivated by James Cameron’s film Avatar, and his depiction of the Na’vi, a blue-skinned race living in a lush alien world.

But did this advanced people demonstrate a fall in consciousness?

Could they have responded differently to the American invasion of their planet?

And what’s the relevance of Avatar to today’s situation?

POTL cover smallCOMING SOON!

The story in a nutshell:

When his father is diagnosed with cancer, Nathan escapes the stress at home by dreaming his way into a fantasy dimension. But even there, trouble is brewing as evil ‘Reactors’ take over the world. He joins a band of rebels led by a carefree woman called Rada, and as he struggles to understand her cryptic leadership style, he begins to realise that the messages he is hearing could help his sick father… and himself.

Power of the Light is an allegorical story that sheds light on the ancient

100AUDIf I handed you a $100 bill, would you...

  1. buy something that makes you feel good?
  2. save it?
  3. pay a bill?
  4. give it away?

Your answer reveals something of your money personality, your values, and your childhood programming.

It’s important to value ourselves, so (a) can be a worthy option, especially if we rarely treat ourselves. But if we can’t hold onto money, if