Energies Rising

Energies Rising celebrates the 'condition' of being human! We provide healing services, coaching in

Energies Rising offers various coaching and instruction in various healing modalities including Ascending Energies, Eden Energy Medicine, Harmonic Therapy & and DreamCraft Classes. Appointments scheduled on as needed basis both in office or on outcall.

Operating as usual


May this bring you peace as you move into your day…Aho! ❤️🙏🐻✨

Remembering Rand Gholson & Helping Laura Gholson, organized by Dondi Dahlin 11/03/2021

Remembering Rand Gholson & Helping Laura Gholson, organized by Dondi Dahlin

Photos of Rands life celebration are available to view...please see latest update. Love to All❤️🙏🐻✨

Remembering Rand Gholson & Helping Laura Gholson, organized by Dondi Dahlin Rand Gholson was a man who epitomized being “in service to others.” It … Dondi Dahlin needs your support for Remembering Rand Gholson & Helping Laura Gholson


Having Covid Sucks! I’ve been in the hospital for 9 days, 4 in ICU. If y’all feel directed, I specifically need lung healing to get released to go home.
Mama had it too, a bit milder , but she needs the love from our community too.
Tell those you love, how much and hugs always make it better!


In light of all the medical information being placed before the public from all media venues currently and all the stress this invokes, it is now more important than ever for folks to research their options thoroughly and make the choice that is correct for themself.

I have had several clients who present heightened states of anxiety and some fears regarding the varying medical information and around the interactions with others who are being pushy and judgmental about those who interpret things differently than themselves.

In session work around these anxieties and fears, we have used an effective approach I term the “4 R’s”: Recognition, Restoration, Revitalization and Resiliency. We use this approach in the energy systems of the body to assist in bringing balance to the issues of anxiety and fears, which both stem from behavioral and belief response patterns.

First we develop an energetic pattern to implement when we “Recognize” something stimulating the anxiety or fear response. This could be something like tapping or an exercise that reduces the degree of stress response.

Second, we move into a response for “Restoration” of calmness and peace of mind. This generally will involve restoring the parasympathetic system by various forms that stimulate the Vagus nerve, like meditation, chanting, yoga, exercise, daily energy routines, breath work, dance or engaging in hobbies that disengage us from stressful thought loops.

Third, “Revitalization” arises from our continued use of our Restoration processes. The greater the consistency that we utilize for our restoration, the greater the degree of our revitalization.

Fourth, “Resiliency” occurs in the form of more stable “revitalized” energy systems and emotional responses. The more balanced we become, the more we thrive, so a well balanced biological, emotional and spiritual self is where Resiliency really takes root.

It is my hope that you are a Restored, Revitalized and Resilient Human. May it be so~


I am working with a loved friend who is challenged with pancreatic disruption, any and all of your prayers are invited to this space that I hold for her. Please join me in seeing her highest evolution and good-


This is a great Challenge to take part in! Help yourself master your emotions and their energies!
I’ll be doing this and look forward to how they are going to present it!

The Five Elements Challenge Starts Tomorrow!

We are challenging ourselves and our community to do a routine Donna developed to help calm the stress emotions associated with each of The Five Elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal.

Starting tomorrow, we'll be posting a new video every day for 5 days, and we hope you'll follow along!

Whether you know your primary element or not, doing all these exercises can bring you back to center and give you a resilience to help you weather the stressors of your day.

Here are the emotions associated with each element:

Water's emotion is Fear.
Wood's emotion is Anger
Fire's emotion is Panic.
Earth's emotion is Worry.
Metal's emotion is Grief.

Here are the exercises in this routine created by Donna to help you balance and calm your emotions.

Blowing Out The Candle (For Water)
Blowing Out The Anger (For Wood)
Taking Down The Flame (For Fire)
Triple Warmer Spleen Hug (For Earth)
Connecting Heaven and Earth (For Metals)

Staying out of stress is a key to staying healthy, so we invite everyone to take the challenge! See you tomorrow!



Drum for love, light and peace!

On August 8 there will be a worldwide shamanic drum event. The Netherlands will take the lead with more then 19 drumming circles spreaded over the country. There are more then 29 countries involved in this project. Together we will unite as one.
Our mission is to heal ourselves with the vibration of our drums. When we heal ourselves we heal our mother Earth.
This is the time to unite. We are not alone, we have each other. We are capable of increasing human consiousness!
We will use the intention love & light. Because love is what we are.

For more information and support, visit:

Home Healing the world with our drums


In a couple of days, I will be joining a young man and his mother in a coming of age ceremony, where we camp. Together for teaching and the he fades into to wilderness for a couple of days to find himself.
Then we will celebrate his return as a man and he will share with us his teachings.
I will share specifics later as Facebook offers no venue to share this live.


For those of you who are interested in Harmonic Healing, this clip from a few years back is with our Harmonic Chair with me playing the 60 strand Mono-Chord that is built into the back.
We are now in Meridian Idaho with this integrated into several other forms of Complementary/Alternative Healing modalities


Tonite’s class was awesome! We explored how energy attachments develop when we are in crisis or trauma and we invite it in to help us through the event. But we lack the discernment to release it when the purpose has been served and it becomes part of a distortional lens that colors all of our perceptions- especially when we are triggered. These become Sabotage Energies.
And we had a beautiful demo on assessing those distortions and removing them.


For my friends who follow Totem Wisdom- I present Crow/Raven~


I love this picture! When hunting the wild and elusive Donna, the clothes racks of velvety and draping luscious things is a likely place to find her!


Here is a good insight from an article in the NY Times. Add this word to your vocabulary and see if it fits you or others you know.
Our ability to use words and describe things effectively is a superpower!
From an article in The New York Times.
"At first, I didn’t recognize the symptoms that we all had in common. Friends mentioned that they were having trouble concentrating. Colleagues reported that even with vaccines on the horizon, they weren’t excited about 2021. A family member was staying up late to watch “National Treasure” again even though she knows the movie by heart. And instead of bouncing out of bed at 6 a.m., I was lying there until 7, playing Words with Friends.
It wasn’t burnout — we still had energy. It wasn’t depression — we didn’t feel hopeless. We just felt somewhat joyless and aimless. It turns out there’s a name for that: languishing.
Languishing is a sense of stagnation and emptiness. It feels as if you’re muddling through your days, looking at your life through a foggy windshield. And it might be the dominant emotion of 2021.
As scientists and physicians work to treat and cure the physical symptoms of long-haul Covid, many people are struggling with the emotional long-haul of the pandemic. It hit some of us unprepared as the intense fear and grief of last year faded.
In the early, uncertain days of the pandemic, it’s likely that your brain’s threat detection system — called the amygdala — was on high alert for fight-or-flight. As you learned that masks helped protect us — but package-scrubbing didn’t — you probably developed routines that eased your sense of dread. But the pandemic has dragged on, and the acute state of anguish has given way to a chronic condition of languish.
In psychology, we think about mental health on a spectrum from depression to flourishing. Flourishing is the peak of well-being: You have a strong sense of meaning, mastery and mattering to others. Depression is the valley of ill-being: You feel despondent, drained and worthless.
Languishing is the neglected middle child of mental health. It’s the void between depression and flourishing — the absence of well-being. You don’t have symptoms of mental illness, but you’re not the picture of mental health either. You’re not functioning at full capacity. Languishing dulls your motivation, disrupts your ability to focus, and triples the odds that you’ll cut back on work. It appears to be more common than major depression — and in some ways it may be a bigger risk factor for mental illness.
The term was coined by a sociologist named Corey Keyes, who was struck that many people who weren’t depressed also weren’t thriving. His research suggests that the people most likely to experience major depression and anxiety disorders in the next decade aren’t the ones with those symptoms today. They’re the people who are languishing right now. And new evidence from pandemic health care workers in Italy shows that those who were languishing in the spring of 2020 were three times more likely than their peers to be diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Part of the danger is that when you’re languishing, you might not notice the dulling of delight or the dwindling of drive. You don’t catch yourself slipping slowly into solitude; you’re indifferent to your indifference. When you can’t see your own suffering, you don’t seek help or even do much to help yourself.
Even if you’re not languishing, you probably know people who are. Understanding it better can help you help them.
A name for what you’re feeling
Psychologists find that one of the best strategies for managing emotions is to name them. Last spring, during the acute anguish of the pandemic, the most viral post in the history of Harvard Business Review was an article describing our collective discomfort as grief. Along with the loss of loved ones, we were mourning the loss of normalcy. “Grief.” It gave us a familiar vocabulary to understand what had felt like an unfamiliar experience. Although we hadn’t faced a pandemic before, most of us had faced loss. It helped us crystallize lessons from our own past resilience — and gain confidence in our ability to face present adversity.
We still have a lot to learn about what causes languishing and how to cure it, but naming it might be a first step. It could help to defog our vision, giving us a clearer window into what had been a blurry experience. It could remind us that we aren’t alone: languishing is common and shared.
And it could give us a socially acceptable response to “How are you?”
Instead of saying “Great!” or “Fine,” imagine if we answered, “Honestly, I’m languishing.” It would be a refreshing foil for toxic positivity — that quintessentially American pressure to be upbeat at all times.
When you add languishing to your lexicon, you start to notice it all around you. It shows up when you feel let down by your short afternoon walk. It’s in your kids’ voices when you ask how online school went. It’s in “The Simpsons” every time a character says, “Meh.”
Last summer, the journalist Daphne K. Lee tweeted about a Chinese expression that translates to “revenge bedtime procrastination.” She described it as staying up late at night to reclaim the freedom we’ve missed during the day. I’ve started to wonder if it’s not so much retaliation against a loss of control as an act of quiet defiance against languishing. It’s a search for bliss in a bleak day, connection in a lonely week, or purpose in a perpetual pandemic.
An antidote to languishing
So what can we do about it? A concept called “flow” may be an antidote to languishing. Flow is that elusive state of absorption in a meaningful challenge or a momentary bond, where your sense of time, place and self melts away. During the early days of the pandemic, the best predictor of well-being wasn’t optimism or mindfulness — it was flow. People who became more immersed in their projects managed to avoid languishing and maintained their prepandemic happiness.
An early-morning word game catapults me into flow. A late-night Netflix binge sometimes does the trick too — it transports you into a story where you feel attached to the characters and concerned for their welfare.
While finding new challenges, enjoyable experiences and meaningful work are all possible remedies to languishing, it’s hard to find flow when you can’t focus. This was a problem long before the pandemic, when people were habitually checking email 74 times a day and switching tasks every 10 minutes. In the past year, many of us also have been struggling with interruptions from kids around the house, colleagues around the world, and bosses around the clock. Meh.
Fragmented attention is an enemy of engagement and excellence. In a group of 100 people, only two or three will even be capable of driving and memorizing information at the same time without their performance suffering on one or both tasks. Computers may be made for parallel processing, but humans are better off serial processing.
Give yourself some uninterrupted time
That means we need to set boundaries. Years ago, a Fortune 500 software company in India tested a simple policy: no interruptions Tuesday, Thursday and Friday before noon. When engineers managed the boundary themselves, 47 percent had above-average productivity. But when the company set quiet time as official policy, 65 percent achieved above-average productivity. Getting more done wasn’t just good for performance at work: We now know that the most important factor in daily joy and motivation is a sense of progress.
I don’t think there’s anything magical about Tuesday, Thursday and Friday before noon. The lesson of this simple idea is to treat uninterrupted blocks of time as treasures to guard. It clears out constant distractions and gives us the freedom to focus. We can find solace in experiences that capture our full attention.
Focus on a small goal
The pandemic was a big loss. To transcend languishing, try starting with small wins, like the tiny triumph of figuring out a whodunit or the rush of playing a seven-letter word. One of the clearest paths to flow is a just-manageable difficulty: a challenge that stretches your skills and heightens your resolve. That means carving out daily time to focus on a challenge that matters to you — an interesting project, a worthwhile goal, a meaningful conversation. Sometimes it’s a small step toward rediscovering some of the energy and enthusiasm that you’ve missed during all these months.
Languishing is not merely in our heads — it’s in our circumstances. You can’t heal a sick culture with personal bandages. We still live in a world that normalizes physical health challenges but stigmatizes mental health challenges. As we head into a new post-pandemic reality, it’s time to rethink our understanding of mental health and well-being. “Not depressed” doesn’t mean you’re not struggling. “Not burned out” doesn’t mean you’re fired up. By acknowledging that so many of us are languishing, we can start giving voice to quiet despair and lighting a path out of the void."


Rands pain in the butt and northward ~

I had a mishap last evening and Am reaching out for those who would stand with me in bringing this back to full health.

Update- 4-24 3:15PM I have been in bed most of today. Early morning I was very stiff and in quite a bit of pain. I worked with a special healing friend and we removed something from an ancient past.
I just got up and I am moving much better with much less pain. The affected tissues feel exhausted but are much quieter.
I am in humble gratitude for the outpouring of love and healing from so many. You have truly made a difference.
Peace to each of you~ Bear

Ceremony 4 1 20 04/03/2021

Ceremony 4 1 20

So good and true a year ago. So good and true today. May this bit of ceremony bring to you peace and wholeness~

Ceremony 4 1 20 I set up this minute video to answer some requests I've received through Energies Rising (my business) to show some elements of ceremony and some of the tool...

Meridian 24 hour Clock Trace 03/09/2021

Meridian 24 hour Clock Trace

TONITE AT 6 PM Mountain Time, will be a Free Class at Energies Rising in Meridian, Idaho. The Class is on "CONCEPTS OF ENERGY HEALING" and will touch base with several of the energy systems, with a focus on the Meridians and Elements. Attendees will learn to Trace their Meridians around the 24 hour cycle. This video is for anyone who wishes to Trace their own along with Rand and will be kept at the top of the page for at least a week so folks can learn it.
The video Starts with tracing between 9 AM- 11AM in the time for Spleen meridian. If you do that in your time zone you will be in synch with the Meridian flows.

Meridian 24 hour Clock Trace This is a Meridian by Meridian tracing that shows the path to trace for each Meridian, tells what Element it is and if it’s Yin or Yang~


Tonight is the first class in the "Ascending Energies" series. There will be 10 three hour classes in this series where participants learn to partner with angelic energies, assess energy fields for non-beneficial invasive attachments, contract to move them out, work with vortex energies, assess geo-magnetic stressors (planetary) and move them out, and learn to remove and neutralize non-beneficial energies that we've invited into our energy fields and never released when the were no longer needed.
This powerful series will give the participants the tools they would need to effectively do this work.
It is going to be a blast and is one of my favorite teachings!
Gratitudes to the artist, whose name I don't know.

Videos (show all)

Rands pain in the butt and northward ~
Energies Rising Greets you!
Jan 31- Mindfulness Meditation/ ceremony
Energy prep for New Years- Dec 30
Day 4- Who we invite through our gates.
Mindfulness meditation- Bringing in the sacred
Dec 27- Meditation- Preparing for New Years
December 26 Mindful Meditation- Day 1 of a 6 day Meditation/vi...
Preparing your energies for the New Year





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