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The Soul Viewer: Samantha Rayn Bachman

“Samantha is disgracefully effective. Be prepared to be shocked, entertained, and outraged. ALSO be prepared to enjoy and learn from a human lioness that has been to the bottom of the pit and come up not only smelling of roses but distributing laughs while helping you to make massive positive changes in your life. She is totally uncompromising and an amazing performer. If you ever want fun and learning in the same breath, go to Samantha. Health Warning: You will be changed for the better – do you really want that?”

Testimonial by Fergus McClelland of Vocal Trademark, UK

After filming over 100 TV shows on people that have had, near death experiences and crossed over, Samantha recalled the story of one of her guest who has spent over 1000 hours on the other side. During the interview Samantha asked, “So there is a heaven, another side?” to which he replied, “Yes,” “It is within us, it’s just another dimension.” “After that interview, I knew I had to find ‘who I was meant to be and that was the beginning of my journey to, the other side and the teaching from there”.

As I listened to Samantha explaining to me how people create their identity and cover up who they truly are, and how she is able to tune in to, the other side and understand how all works, she mentioned how shows like ‘The Secret’ only give you 10% of the how too, “I give you the other 90%”, she explained.  “There is a formula that CREATION uses to create”; she calls it, ‘THE 1st LAW’, the law of creation itself, the law that created the Law of Gravity.  I heard and felt her talking not to my mind, but to my Soul.  I realized I was hearing the Truth for the first time. “Your body is a receiver like a radio; it can be tuned to the same frequency of Creation itself.  In this state you become an open channel to all wisdom and knowing to create the life and happiness you seek”, said Samantha.

Sitting with Samantha had me literally experiencing and being washed over by: humbleness and humility. My heart opened in my chest and I could feel my own Soul flow in and through my physical body, heart and mind, filling me with love and the power of inspiration. Samantha’s presence has the influence on others of exactly what it is that she is teaching to thousands every year – to get into the Soul and live from the Law of CREATION and TRUTH. “Everything unfolds from there,” Samantha shared. Dr Gupta in India refers to Samantha as “SAMANTHISM, the return of love, common sense and truth to the world”. And it’s true. I have experienced this magic that Samantha shares over and over, and since interviewing her, I have been made aware of my own life when lived from my truth, the truth of love

Extract from interview by Emily Gower for her book; Transformation Leaders.

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Subject:  UK fails to halt female genital mutilation

 Girls are still at risk this Christmas as ‘cutters’ are flown in from abroad to perform the illegal procedure here LIBA TAYLOR Women in Somalia being educated about the dangers of genital mutilation. Campaigners in the UK are angry that there have been no prosecutions of practitioners Hundreds of British schoolgirls are facing the terrifying prospect of female genital mutilation (FGM) over the Christmas holidays as experts warn the practice continues to flourish across the country. Parents typically take their daughters back to their country of origin for FGM during school holidays, but The Independent on Sunday has been told that “cutters” are being flown to the UK to carry out the mutilation at “parties” involving up to 20 girls to save money. The police face growing criticism for failing to prosecute a single person for carrying out FGM in 25 years; new legislation from 2003 which prohibits taking a girl overseas for FGM has also failed to secure a conviction. Experts say the lack of convictions, combined with the Government’s failure to invest enough money in education and prevention strategies, mean the practice continues to thrive. Knowledge of the health risks and of the legislation remains patchy among practising communities, while beliefs about the supposed benefits for girls remain firm, according to research by the Foundation for Women’s Health, Research and Development (Forward). As a result, specialist doctors and midwives are struggling to cope with increasing numbers of women suffering from long-term health problems, including complications during pregnancy and childbirth. Campaigners are urging ministers to take co-ordinated steps to work with communities here and overseas to change deep-seated cultural attitudes and stamp out this extreme form of violence against women. The author and life peer Ruth Rendell, who has campaigned against FGM for 10 years, said: “When I helped take the Bill through Parliament seven years ago, I was very hopeful that we’d get convictions and that would then act as a deterrent for other people. But that has never happened and my heart bleeds for these girls. This mutilation is forever; nothing can be done to restore the clitoris, and that is just very sad for them. I have repeatedly asked questions of ministers from all departments about why there has never been a prosecution and why we still do not have a register of cases. But while they are always very sympathetic, nothing ever seems to get done. Teachers must not be squeamish and must talk to their girls so we can try and prevent it from happening.” FGM is classified into four types, of varying severity; type 3 is the most mutilating and involves total removal of the clitoris, labia and a narrowing of the whole vagina. An estimated 70,000 women living in the UK have undergone FGM, and 20,000 girls remain at risk, according to Forward. The practice is common in 28 African countries, including Somalia, Sudan and Nigeria, as well as some Middle Eastern and Asian countries such as Malaysia and Yemen. It is generally considered to be an essential rite of passage to suppress sexual pleasure, preserve girls’ purity and cleanliness, and is necessary for marriage in many communities even now. It has no religious significance. The most common age for the procedure is between eight and 11 but it can be carried out just after birth or just before marriage. It carries the risk of death from bleeding or tetanus, and long-term problems include urinary incontinence, recurrent infections and chronic pain. Reversal procedures are necessary in order to avoid major problems for a woman and baby during childbirth. In the UK, some women have to travel hundreds of miles to one of 15 specialist clinics because services and training are so patchy. There are no specialist clinics at all in Scotland, or Wales, and student doctors, midwives and social workers are not routinely taught to recognise or deal with FGM. A DVD, paid for by Baroness Rendell, which shows health workers how to reverse FGM will be launched in January. She hopes the next generation of health professionals will be better equipped to help affected women, many of whom suffer from long-term psychological effects such as flashbacks, anxiety and nightmares. Amina, 55, originally from Somalia, underwent type 3 FGM, with no anaesthetic, when she was 11. One of the lucky ones, she suffered no long-term physical health problems but still carries psychological scars. She has been vilified by practising communities for campaigning against FGM and for refusing to allow four of her daughters to be mutilated; the fifth suffered the procedure while in the care of her grandmother. The government funding that allowed Amina to work with families in Yorkshire, going door to door, to schools and community centres, talking about legal and health risks, ran out in March. The Somali model Waris Dirie was mutilated at the age of five. She set up the Waris Dirie Foundation in 2002 to help eradicate FGM. She said: “I am worried about the situation in Europe and the US, as FGM seems to be on the rise in these places. In the 21st century, a crime this cruel should not be accepted in a society as developed as England. No one can undo the trauma that is caused by this horrible crime; it stays in your head for ever. So what we should focus on is that there won’t be another victim.” Jackie Mathers, a nurse from the Bristol Safeguarding Children Board, said: “These families do not do this out of spite or hatred; they believe this will give their daughters the best opportunities in life. We would like a conviction, not against the parents, but against a cutter, someone who makes a living from this. We have anecdotal information that the credit crunch means people can’t go home, so they’re getting cutters over for ‘FGM parties’. It is hard for people to speak out because they are from communities that are already vilified as asylum seekers, so to stand up against their communities is to risk being ostracised. But we have to empower girls and women to address this, along with teachers, school nurses and social workers. We can’t ignore it; it is mutilation.” A Home Office spokesman said: “We have appointed an FGM co-ordinator to drive forward a co-ordinated government response to this appalling crime and make recommendations for future work.”

Mutilation fears for Kenyan girl By Max Blenkin From: AAP September 19, 2009 2:10PM Increase Text Size Decrease Text Size Print Email Share Add to Digg Add to del.icio.us Add to Facebook Add to Kwoff Add to Myspace Add to Newsvine What are these? THE Opposition has urged Immigration Minister Chris Evans to grant immediate protection to an African girl who fears she will be forced to undergo genital mutilation if deported to her homeland. Opposition immigration spokeswoman Sharman Stone said the minister had wideranging discretionary powers to allow Australia’s protection in such cases. Dr Stone said millions of young girls, mostly in Africa, were subjected to genital mutilation each year, suffering enormous harm. “If this is the case, she is in genuine danger. She should be given protection and the minister should use his discretion immediately,” she said. “If he isn’t choosing to use his discretion, he needs to give us a very transparent account of what the problems and issues are so the advocate for this young woman can understand what other option they’ve got.” The case relates to Teresia Ndikaru Muturi, 21, who came to Australia from Kenya to attend Catholic World Youth Day last year. Start of sidebar. Skip to end of sidebar. End of sidebar. Return to start of sidebar. She and some others who attended the event have now sought Australian protection visas. Ms Muturi wants to stay in Australia on the grounds that her mother, an adherent to the banned Mungiki sect, would force her to undergo genital mutilation and marriage to a much older man if she returned to Kenya. “They believe that if you are circumcised, you would be the full woman. You can get married,” she told ABC Radio. However her application to the Refugee Review Tribunal was rejected. Franciscan nun Sister Aileen Crowe has now taken up her case, applying unsuccessfully to Senator Evans to intervene. Senator Evans is now considering fresh information in a second application. Sister Crowe said Australian law up until now did not recognise cases such as that of Ms Muturi. “The only way they can be recognised is if they go to the minister,” she said. “It is just a lottery. People’s lives are at stake in this lottery.” That’s set to change under legislation soon to be considered in parliament that offers what’s termed “complementary protection” in cases where applicants for protection visas fear they face honour killing or genital mutilation. A spokesman for Senator Evans said all cases involving asylum seekers were thoroughly assessed on their merits. “People are not removed from Australia until their cases have been assessed and a decision has been made,” he said. However Dr Stone said the opposition objected to any changes that handed ministerial discretion back to departmental officials. “There are cases like this young woman that are complex, involving cultural practices from other countries which don’t fit into the refugee conventions,” she said. “It should not be simply subject to departmental officials.”

Save The Pussy. ……………If you treat the pussy as a pet, Let me tell you – it will always be wet. If you gently lay it in the hay, I guarantee – it will want to play Love it and touch it right, and that pussy – could be yours tonight The pussy will make you moan and groan, Treat it well and it will never roam. But fill it with stitches, Just so some-one will hitch-us Then please explain why you cause us such pain We would be more than happy to just abstain Pleasure can ultimately be enjoyed by all For the right man we are in for the long hall Mutilation of a nation will bring no gain For what – just so the male population can reign For those that have endured mutilation I have nothing but absolute admiration However if you keep up with circumcision You are only causing a huge division You know in your gut Its really not right to cut………………….” The Vagina Doctor”, Samantha Rayn Bachman

Through my Wealth Template and The Heart Beat of Wealth Program, I love to teach people how they too, are able to accomplish great things by opening their mind to the possibilities of creation. No matter what your perceived fears, weaknesses or adversities,  open your heart and your mind to the gifts from the Cosmos that have been given to us all. Most people try to let the good in by thinking about it occasionally, I say  you need to have the doors of chance open always. The fastest way is to be constantly aware of your thought vibration at any given time, there are 12 areas of life that need to be in balance for all to flow perfectly.

My  message is clear, if you want it all, you have to run through the door of opportunity, head held high, smile on your face, acknowledging who you are, your passion, your brilliance, your gift, and make the decision to literally leap into life. All it takes is a decision, to acknowledge your vision, make a plan and stick with it.

We all have opportunities in our lives. Become aware of the ones that are right in front of you. What may seem like a chance encounter, could be an amazing opportunity. It may not be in the form of one big lucky break… but it will manifest if you take all the small breaks that lead up to it. Create the mindset that it is given if you ask and then believe it is on it’s way and be prepared to receive it with gratitude when it arrives.

When you understand the way your mind works you will know that you can bring about the things you are seeking, just by planting the idea into your subconscious…your subconscious will then get to work on making it come about and you will suddenly start to see those opportunities popping up everywhere.

 The universe once told me, the biggest misconception people have about their past is thinking it can detract from the rest of their life. It can’t. It only makes more stuff possible!

Samantha Bachman

Like the fashion industry with it’s regular changes in style, the drug industry makes its profits on the newest drugs rather than on the older ones-and not just any profit, sickening, (pardon the pun), profits.

In 2002, the combined profits ($35.9 billion) of the ten largest drug companies in the Fortune 500 were more than the combined profits ($33.7 billion) of the remaining 490 companies together.

One might assume that the profits of 490 of the largest companies in the world would be substantially more than just 10 companies in one commercial field.

It does seem there is a Shit load of profit in disease management as opposed to disease prevention.

Might these companies have a vested interest in keeping us sick?  Think about it, there is no profit in health.

Stop digging your own grave with your teeth and start to look to prevention, it is far cheaper than the cost of disease.  

You know the key to A Bloody Brilliant Life as I see it , is to always, always, always listen to yourself first. We all have our own unique guidance system within us that comes from the spirit side of us. It is there to keep us on track to our own unique destiny. Often the road along the way doesn’t resemble where we want to go, so we think we are on the wrong road, it is just the trip there and of course it doesn’t resemble where we will end up, where not there yet.  If you plan a trip to London and stop in 4 other countries on the way there, none of them will look like London, but you are still on track to get to London are you not, so stop judging the trip, just enjoy it, you will arrive at your true destination in due course. And only you know what that is to recognise it when you get there. Remember it is never too late to be what you might have been.   Love and hugs and remember to listen to yourself, you know best what is right for you.   xoxoxo