Positive Energy Guide

Integrating Intuitive Arts into Clinical Practice

Welcome! I’m Teresa Dietze. I’ve been facilitating total health with science-based and intuitive methods for nearly thirty years. Cutting-edge, energy-based modalities are my favorite specialty. Direct application of insight into daily life is my aim. Join me! This site can be your forum to explore and discuss issues and experiences with subtle energy. Share your successes and insights too.

16 December 2016 0 Comments

Travel Experiences 14: The Long Return

Travel Experiences 14: The Long Return

My last travel day was a long trip back to Prague. Concerned about connections, I started on an early bus. On the last of several transfers I had 7 minutes to find a train track of an unknown number. There were at least 12 tracks. To get between them I had to take a lift […]

9 December 2016 0 Comments

Travel Experiences 13: The Energy of Location

Travel Experiences 13: The Energy of Location

The Abbey in Melk, Austria, was not austere. It sported a staggering hoard of gem- and gold-encrusted relics, impressive religious costumes and accoutrements, and a jaw-dropping church like a cornucopia of angels, statues, precious paintings, and mysterious symbolism. The Abbey occupies the highest plot of land with the best overview of the area—a great spot […]

2 December 2016 5 Comments

Travel Experiences 12: A Surprising & Meaningful Exchange

Travel Experiences 12: A Surprising & Meaningful Exchange

For several days my only verbal exchanges had been brief, impersonal and strictly practical. Being silent while shoulder to shoulder with talking people who did not even glance at me began to feel like living in a different dimension. Occasionally I actually spoke to people without being noticed. Sometimes I felt sort of helpless or […]

26 November 2016 0 Comments

Travel Experiences 11: Working the Wound, Part 5: Deeper Layers

Travel Experiences 11: Working the Wound, Part 5: Deeper Layers

Spiritual development is not a straightforward process. Even as we gradually gain mastery of some skills, the level of difficulty of simple tasks can telescope as we go more deeply into experience. Using Divine Names in spiritual practice can address a vast array of issues at multiple levels of experience. We keep yielding deeper results […]

19 November 2016 2 Comments

Travel Experiences 10: Working the Wound, Part 4: Perspective

Travel Experiences 10: Working the Wound, Part 4: Perspective

Another failure of my self mastery was a matter of perspective—literally as well as figuratively. Here’s the story, in which I hope you will see some humor: At the shriek of dawn I went out in the rain to get a few photos without people in them. The square by the Hallstatt boat station was […]

11 November 2016 0 Comments

Travel Experiences 9: Working the Wound, Part 3

Travel Experiences 9: Working the Wound, Part 3

Spacious Vienna had been a visceral relief after unrelenting crowds in Prague and Cesky Krumlov. Now I was in Hallstatt, a tiny, lovely lake town in Austria. Don’t let my early morning photo make you think it was tranquil: It must have been highlighted and underlined in Asian tour agencies. After breakfast the streets became […]

4 November 2016 4 Comments

Travel Experiences 8: The Enduring Amidst the Temporary

Travel Experiences 8: The Enduring Amidst the Temporary

The afternoon following my injury I took my previously scheduled shuttle from Cesky Krumlov to Vienna. After small towns, the city was big and sprawling, but roomy enough to give me a needed break from throngs. Taxis were largely lacking. Even Metro and trams stations required a lot of hobbling. I tired quickly. The next […]

30 October 2016 2 Comments

Travel Experiences 7: Working the Wound, Part 2: Loving Attention

Travel Experiences 7: Working the Wound, Part 2: Loving Attention

Walking with the wound was its own concentration. Grateful that I could walk at all, I had to move with care. My slow, focussed rhythm was unusual. Those who notice others looked to my bandage and gave me room to reach handrails, or let me sit on crowded busses or trains. The wound spoke in […]

23 October 2016 0 Comments

Travel Experiences 6: Working the Wound, Part 1

Travel Experiences 6: Working the Wound, Part 1

The underworld parts of my journey began with the wound. In life as in mythology, a lot of journeys do. I hope you will find my deeper processes useful. Some parts are difficult to share. At some point I asked myself: “Did I force the bike trip?” “Was I supposed to go?” “Did woman I […]

18 October 2016 4 Comments

Travel Experiences 5: Too Close to Living Bone

Travel Experiences 5: Too Close to Living Bone

Grasping below the knee to apply pressure, I stared at my shin in disbelief. A chunk of skin had been gouged out. And I think I was looking at the lining of my tibia before blood obscured my view. Stunned, I picked a bit of flesh from my sock, feeling weird about throwing a piece […]