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March 13, 2020

The Corona Virus has shaken us up and its impacts are far flung. Given the level of panic and fear that is pervading the planet, I find it helpful to take a 35,000-foot view of this phenomenon to see what may be at work on symbolic level or at “a higher plane.”

Here is my take:

In Latin, the word “Corona” means “crown,” and refers to a ring of light. In the field of human energy, this relates to the crown of the head and is associated with the part of each of us that is connected to “All.”

When there is a virus in this area, symbolically it means that there is something unhealthy about the way we are relating to “the All” – our relationship with the Divine and perceiving humanity as one global community. It also impacts the lungs – a place near the heart related to holding grief, according to Chinese medicine. So the Corona Virus reveals our collective weakness and sadness that we are not relating to all others with heart and respect.

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Mantras are sacred chants that are designed to produce specific effects on the person chanting them. This range from protection, expansion of consciousness, to inducing inner peace and inner purification, to name a few. Different Mantras have different vibratory qualities and produce various type of energy in the aura of the chanter. Provided below is a list of important mantras and their purposes. 

GAYTARI MANTRA "Om Bhuh Bhuvah SvahTat Savitur VarenyamBhargo Devasya DheemahiDhiyo Yo nah Prachodayat Om"

Benefits:

-Purifying the aura and chakras

-Develops Intuitive and Buddhic Intelligence

-Increases Mental Clarity and Emotional Stability

-Salutation to the Supreme god manifesting through the Sun

Instructions:

Invoke for Divine Blessings. Form the intention that the energy will help develop your Intuition & Clarity. Silently Meditate on the gap (silence) between each chant . Then be still, be aware and allow the Energy to permeate your whole being.

LAKSHMI MANTRA "Om Mahalakshmaye Vidmahe; Vish...

October 18, 2016

One of the most powerful pieces of advice when it comes to the manifesting process is to get out of your head and into your heart. There needs to be a shift from the buzzing mental vibration that blocks the energy, to a state of flow and surrender that creates the space to allow for your desires to manifest into your reality in a simple, natural and effortless way.

Here are 7 Heart-Based Steps to Manifestation

Clarity.

Set clear intentions and see in your mind’s eye what you want to create for your yourself and your life. Dive into the big ‘why’ you might want these things.

Feeling.

Get into the feeling space of your heart’s truest desire by ‘acting as if’ your intention has already manifested into your reality.

Inspiration.

Surround yourself in things/people/places/knowledge and experiences that will inspire and uplift you on your manifesting journey to support your intentions to grow and evolve.

Trust.

Cultivate the soothing feeling within your heart that your intentions have been heard by th...

July 1, 2015

Have you heard of the term “Smudging”? It’s where people burn sage, plant-based resins, incense or herbs to help to clear their energy field, auras and sacred environment.

This magical process has actually been backed by science to suggest that there are amazing health benefits too to clearing your space with smoke.it can help to purify the air within a 24-hour period. It also helps to ground the vibration and generate negative ions which help to reduce stress, tension, and animosity that could have built up in your energetic environment.The science stuff is awesome, but I much prefer to focus on the energy management side of things to keeping your environment at a high vibrational frequency.

After all, if your energy is clear you can manifest at a faster rate. Sound like a plan?

So how do you burn sage?

You sit in quiet meditation for 5 minutes and ponder your invocation or intention. For example:

Light the sage with a lighter and walk slowly around the room and blow the smoke in the...

May 10, 2015

In short, is it worth replacing sleep with meditation, yes absolutely. But let’s look at why it’s beneficial and the best way of going about it.

When we meditate, we are resting the mind in what is generally quite a peaceful and relaxing place. That doesn’t mean that it is always easy and it certainly doesn’t mean that the mind is always quiet, but nonetheless, the experience for most people is an increased sense of calm and clarity. The more often we do this, the more we refine the experience, so over time even short periods of meditation can be very effective. This type of rest for the mind is very important.

Compare this post-meditation feeling with how you feel when the alarm goes off in the morning. Is it similar? Most people say that when they wake up they usually feel quite groggy and even a little confused. Most people say they feel tired too. Which is an interesting thing when we consider we have just rested the body for the last six to eight hours. But of course resting the bod...

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