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How to have less thoughts and unwanted emotions: You are not your mind

If one of your intentions is to experience more happiness, inner peace, joy, love, and fulfillment, you will find that dis-identifying from the mind and its recorded content can be a very helpful stepping stone to achieving this worthwhile intention.Knowingly, or unknowingly, we’re conditioned from birth to identify with our mind and the thoughts and…
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Improving communication and energy dynamics

Follow these simple steps to start creating greater and more harmonious communication channels with the world. We’re constantly in communication with other people, whether we’re consciously aware of it or not. You may have experienced in the past the serendipity of receiving a phone call from a friend or relative a moment after they popped…
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Transcending prior limitations and moving forward: How to ‘feel’ yourself into a greater life

You can’t think better than you feel. And from those thoughts, you can’t feel better than you think. Do you see the circular nature of this cycle? It plays in a loop, and most often, without us even realizing that it is. This subconscious, non-optimal cycle can be permanently transcended. It’s absolutely possible to fundamentally…
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Why it’s not optimally useful to say I was wrong or bad when apologizing

It can be tempting to say, “I was wrong”, when apologizing. We do this with the hopes of resolving the conflict between us and someone we love. We hope that it will help them see that we are truly sorry and want to ‘fix’ things. On the flip side, when someone does something that we…
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Life Is Like A Rock Tumbler

Life is like a rock tumbler. In this metaphor, each one of us is a rock. When we get in the rock tumbler, we’re rough, sharp, and edgy. As the rock tumbler begins to spin, we start bumping into each other over and over. As this happens, we often feel pain, react to the pain,…
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Accountability Compared To Responsibility

There’s a big difference between accountability and responsibility.  We recommend accountability as the more conscious, wise, loving, and effective process for individuals and groups to grow, learn, and evolve. Accountability is a non-judgmental and non-biased process of assessment, evaluation, and reflection and can lead to gaining awareness, clarity, and understanding.  It is productive because it…
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Demystifying hypnosis and regression: How to change the past, present, and future and co-create the life you want

There are currently a lot of misconceptions and misapprehensions around the topic of hypnosis and regression. Clearing those misunderstandings, or any other form of confusion or doubt we may have in life, can be really useful and valuable if one of our intentions is to achieve greater clarity, become more conscious and aware, experience a…
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A scientific overview on the effects of conditioning and how to achieve effective and permanent change by Dr. Joe Dispenza

How do we change with the least amount of resistance and pain? A couple of weeks ago, Dexter and I stumbled upon a video by Neuroscientist, Dr. Joe Dispenza. We were so impressed by the depth of understandings and the simplicity in which those understandings were presented in this video that we decided to transcribe…
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Why shift your relationship to conflict and remain calm

All of us have been conditioned to see conflict as a bad thing, and most people do see it that way. They also assume that if there is a lot of conflict in their relationship, that their relationship is bad, or is a problem. As long as we see conflict as a bad thing, we…
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Improving Communication and Reducing Conflict during Mercury Retrograde

Not being aware of the influence of certain energies on our thoughts, emotions, and the actions that result doesn’t mean it’s not there. Often times, we quickly disregard influences we don’t understand or haven’t been aware of because we feel vulnerable and unsafe not being aware of them. Becoming aware of this tendency can help…
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