Rainbow Work

Within each of us are sacred spaces where we keep our dreams. When others trespass, defile or ignore our spaces, we feel hurt. When we ourselves do the same, we feel betrayed.

To lessen our pain, we tear away the hurt parts of ourselves and bury them deep within our soul. When they call our for us to heal them, we try to get rid these ‘negative’ thoughts and emotions. The more we hate and reject them, the louder and more insistent they become. When we could no longer ignore them, we take some pills to make them go away.

Mainstream society unintentionally supports this process by teaching us that we are physical beings in a physical world who will die along with our bodies. Authorities dismiss spirituality as mere delusions embraced by the feeble-minded or immature, who are sometimes driven to perform irrational acts of violence against other innocent people to protect and reclaim their own sacred spaces.

We were led to forget the living and sacred inner world in favor of a harsh and meaningless outer world. In this World of Darkness, people see within each other their own pain and hurt. Thus, they ignore, hate and reject each other just as much as themselves.

Rainbow Work helps us let go of our pain and fully embrace Life. We begin with a few proven processes to honor our sacred spaces and accept the hurt parts of ourselves. We then allow ourselves to dream again as we explore the Goodness, Beauty, and Meaning of our World through our physical bodies. Finally, we surrender to Reality and partner it to make our dreams come true, thereby expressing our True Self.

The Rainbow Work began in 2001 when I learned how to use releasing statements to begin freeing myself from the emotional prison of autism. With these new tools, I began a huge transformation within myself which eventually led the successful breakthrough that resulted in this work.

Chipping away what is not True
Chipping away what is not Beautiful
Chipping away what is not Good
The Sculptor smiles as the Rainbow Human appears

Thinking unhindered by the past and the future
Feeling unhindered by illusionary stories
Willing unhindered by doubt and temptation
The Rainbow Human vanishes into the Ocean of Life