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Update Notification

Hi all!

A quick note to let you know what’s going on with this blog site and the domain site.

Firstly, yes this was the official blog site for Dianne Mead but in the past few months I have upgraded the domain site which has allowed me to incorporate blogging. So… what does this mean, well actually I’m still figuring it out from a practical perspective 🙂

In respect to information there are now postings on both sites but obviously I don’t want to be consumed with writing for both.

So…Get along to the web site and subscribe  and that way you will be informed of all future postings on that site.

Once this site is incorporated I’ll let you know.

Alrighty, it’s Saturday and I have my munchkins with me so I’ll be off now.

Lots of love and blesses

Dianne

World Sound Healing Day

9th Annual WORLD SOUND HEALING DAY February 14 2011

A member of the Sound Healers Association  I totally appreciate sound is more than noise we either like or dislike.

Sound is vibration. It resonates, and it can assist us to change our mood, create a mood and enhance an ambience. It soothes and heals.

SOUND IS EMOTIONAL 

and

 SOUND SPEAKS TO US AS ONE AND AS MANY

 

Join thousands throughout the planet on Monday, February 14, 2011 at 12 noon Eastern Standard Time (EST–New York Time)

Sound forth for 5 minutes with the “AH”, created and projected with the energy of compassion and love, sending a sonic valentine to Gaia, our Mother Earth. At that time, please go to templeofsacredsound.org to enhance the vibratory effect as we sound together for Global Harmonization—planetary peace and healing. Please visit this link: http://worldsoundhealingday.org/for more information.

If you cannot tone at 12 noon, sounding anytime during February 14, 2011 will help create positive shift and change for our planet on World Sound Healing Day.

Dianne’s Blog and Web Site

Hello Everyone

Earlier this year the web site for DianneMead.com and was lost. Although I retrieved images etc I lost data yada yada.

Since that time I have made do with the blog site and for those of you who have visited before, you will see it has changed.

I now have a new web host for diannemead.com. The site is on the mend and resurfacing with a fresh and different look yet again after a little feng shui coupled with human error that has gone a long way to enabling the new look and realignment.

As soon as the site is finalised I will post  an update.

Thank you for your patience.

Oh…and by the way…

WELCOME TO A NEW YEAR!

I truly hope the desires in your hearts come to fruition this year.

Love and Blesses

Dianne Mead

Emotional Violence

Violence comes in many forms.

Historically violence has been specifically associated with physical injury more commonly named as assault and and physical abuse  or violence.

Violence is today recognised as being a controlling behaviour which can present under many guises one of which is emotional intimidation and bullying.

Emotional violence, although sometimes difficult to pinpoint and articulate, is and always has been more prevalent and more harmful than physical violence.

It is the psychological affects of the physical violence that remain long after wounds have healed in the form of behavioural changes, trauma and sometimes physical health issues.

Emotional violence has existed throughout the ages and can most easily be identified through the history of religion, culture and inequality between the sexes.

In more recent years we have seen awareness around school yard bullying increase and has been recognised and labelled as violence.

Refusing to listen to or to deny another person’s feelings, telling people what they do or do not feel and ridiculing or shaming another persons feelings is Emotional Violence, a controlling behaviour which occurs when one person believes they have a right to control or dominate another person.

 

Emotional Violence is real but the effects of its injury can make us question ourselves as confidence diminishes.

 

Symptoms of Emotional Violence (symptoms can range depending on the resilience of the individual, the environment, the duration of violence occurring and the severity of violence):

  • shyness
  • timidity
  • lack in confidence
  • questioning oneself
  • lack of enthusiasm and passion
  • feeling tired
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • uncertainty
  • helplessness
  • feeling scared
  • biting nails
  • going inward
  • avoidance of situations and people
  • regression in school grades
  • feeling irritable
  • biting your tongue or turning the cheek to comments
  • lack of self esteem
  • changes in dress and presentation
  • changes in eating behaviours
  • feeling sick
  • emotional outbursts
  • anger
  • bullying

 

Emotional Violence occurs:

  • between individuals
  • in spousal relationships
  • between ex partners
  • in families
  • in cultures
  • at the workplace
  • in schools

 

Education to expand awareness around emotions, to recognise occurrences of Emotional Violence and its harmful effects is paramount if we are to:

  • eliminate harrassment and intimidation
  • empower individuals
  • increase self esteem
  • reduce physical violence
  • combat teen suicide and self harm
  • battle depression
  • create respectful relationships
  • increase tolerance
  • increase emotional resilience

 

Emotional understanding is the key for creating pathways to:

  • optimum physical and mental health
  • understanding past life choices
  • making future empowering decisions
  • creating quality relationships
  • negotiation and mediation
  • understanding behaviours minor as well as extreme
  • extinguishing family legal battles
  • providing comprehensive and more accurate assessment of situations
  • determining a course of action

 Acknowledging emotional violence is the start to regaining personal power and opening minds to be able to educate on its effects and thereby treat the cause and eliminate symptoms.

LOL

Dianne Mead

Dianne’s Web Site and Blog

Hello Everyone

Earlier this year the web site and data were lost.

Since that time I have made do with a blog site and for those of you who have visited before, you will see it has changed.

I now have a new host for diannemead.com and that site is on the mend to resurface with a different look yet again after a little feng shui coupled with human error which has gone a long way to enabling a new look and realignment.

As soon as the site is up I will post  an update.

Thank you for your patience.

Oh…and by the way…

WELCOME TO A NEW YEAR!

I truly hope the desires in your hearts come to fruition this year.

Love and Blesses

Dianne Mead

Everybody All Around The World … I Wanna Love Ya

If Only I could, I’d make this place a better world…

Recognising, understanding, feeding and expressing our emotional needs is imperative to our quality of life and state of mind.

Since the dawn of time Music (vibration) has been the main means of changing and/or sustaining an emotional state also known as eliciting a state and shifting a point of consciousness.

From ancient tribal ceremony to today’s mix of rap, R & B, country and more, sound continues to be the one thing that unites people.

Made up of varying vibrations, sound resonates with our bodies uniting those who resonate to the same or similar beat and tone and at the same time has the ability to turn people away by invoking feelings we either like or dislike.

 

 

BOB MARLEY … united the hearts of people around the world

 

 

WENDY MATTHEWS … an Aussie female singer Promoting Peace and Love