Chakra Affirmations

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Evoking The Great Spirit

O Great Creator, I come before you in a humble manner and offer you this sacred pipe. With tears in my eyes and an ancient song from my heart I pray. To the four powers of Creation, To the Grandfather Sun, To the Grandmother Moon, To the Mother Earth, And to my ancestors. I pray for my relations in Nature, All those who walk, crawl, fly, and swim, Seen and unseen, To the good spirits that exist in every part of Creation. I ask that you bless our elders and children, families, and friends, and the brothers and sisters who are in prison. I pray for the ones who are sick on drugs and alcohol and for those who are now homeless and forlorn. I also pray for peace among the four races of humankind.

May there be good health and healing for this Earth,
May there be Beauty above me, May there be Beauty below me,
May there be Beauty in me, May there be Beauty all around me.
I ask that this world be filled with Peace, Love, and Beauty.

 

Energywork:  Metaphysical Explanations Of Specific Physical Aches, Pains And Sicknesses – In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database 

Spread the ALOHA

As many people in the spiritual world know, everything happens for a reason. It becomes a lot easier to understand why things happen when we can see it from a metaphysical perspective. The following is a reference list for physical aches, pains, and illnesses, along with what your body is trying to […]

Source: Metaphysical Explanations Of Specific Physical Aches, Pains And Sicknesses – In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database : In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database

6 Frequencies Used By Ancient Cultures To Heal And Connect To The Divine 

Can sound effect you on more than an emotional level? Sure it can. Sound has a whole level of usefulness that we’re only beginning to discover; from successfully helping us transcend the blood-brain barrier in the medical field, to the noise of certain street lamps putting us on edge, there’s a lot more going on than we really notice. […]

Source: 6 Frequencies Used By Ancient Cultures To Heal And Connect To The Divine – The Witches Gossip Corner

Meditation Exercise:  New Pleiadian Essential Daily Practices SOLARA AN-RA 

For those of you who have been using the first version and are interested in the changes, here is a summary of them:

1. After calling the column of Light, you watch it moving down into the body of Earth, to ensure that you are being vertically connected downwards as well as upwards.

2. You open the Cosmic and Earth Star portals BEFORE sending your grounding cord down. This makes an amazing difference to peoples experience of grounding!

3. Men and women both send the grounding cord from the second chakra down through the root into the core crystal. My guidance is that this is now appropriate for both men and women as we integrate our inner divine masculine and feminine and become more like each other.

4. There is a new step – calling unconditional love from yourself to yourself to open the heart chakra.

5. You ask for the 12 strands of DNA and 12 chakras to be reconnected in the same command. This brings awareness to how the 2 processes are assisting each other in our reconnection.

6. Chanting OM NYALIMAN SHANTI is on a separate track, with more explanation on how to use the mantra effectively.

Evocation to The Great Spirit

AHO!

Great Spirit, Almighty Healer and Creator of all things that surround us, it is with humbled hearts that we gather to offer up many thanks. So often we have taken things for granted and have not opened our eyes to the beauty that you have created. We send this prayer of thanks for the many blessings and gifts you have given. We thank you for the storms of life that give us strength to our spirit. We thank you for the rains that shower thirsty lands. We thank you for the lightning that provides the nitrates for a fertile soil. We thank you for the sacredness of the seasonal cycle, the four colors and the four corners. We thank you for the sacred circles found throughout the Universe to the bird nests among the trees. We thank you for the trees that supply us with the air to breathe. For the rushing waters flowing from the snow-capped mountains that hydrate our aging bodies, we thank you. We thank you for the calmness of the lakes and oceans in the early morning hours. We thank you for the smell of the salt air as we stand upon the shore, watching the gracefulness of the waves gently moving across the sand.

We thank you for the many miracles you have brought to your children. We thank you for the many herbs and plants that supply us with cures for our diseases and disorders. We thank you for the precious gift of life. We thank you for our Elders that teach us the importance of life and overcoming the impossible. May we give them the respect they deserve. We thank you for our children that show us the innocence and lessons we have long forgotten. May we erect an unbreakable foundation for our children to build upon. We thank you for family and friends that support us in our time of need. We thank you for the spirit that connects all living things. We thank you for the wisdom we find in our hearts. We thank you for our ancestors that continue to watch over us and give us the answers we need. We thank you for your forgiveness when we have brought dishonor to you. We thank you for your strength and your guidance as we stand against those that continue to wantonly destroy your creation.

We thank you for the early morning dew as it drips from the leaves. We thank you for Grandfather Sun as he send us warmth and light. We thank you for Grandmother Moon as she watches over us during our slumber. We thank you for Father Sky as he protects us throughout the day and night. We thank you for Mother Earth as she gives us all we need to survive. We thank you for all two-leggeds, four-leggeds, swimmers, fliers and crawlers that interact with us each day. We thank you for the beauty of the wolf, the grace of the horse, the power of the bear, and the strength of the eagle. May we take these qualities and bring back balance to an unbalanced world.

Shamanic Animal Appearing … Elephant (resoluteness)

Elephant’s message: Keep a steady pace and don’t give up. You will overcome any obstacle.

 

The Elephant is certainly a strong creature/   But even bigger than its strength is its steadiness.  Yes, the Elephant can charge and hit hard.  But, it overcomes obstacles thanks to its resoluteness and determination.  This is the message this spirit is delivering now:  Be determined and keep a steady pace  Not too fast, not too slow. See it as a formidable force, which is unstoppable.  Like an avalanche, no obstacle can resist it.  If you are facing a daunting challenge, even if you are tired, don’t get discouraged. By going forward, one step at a time, you will go through it successfully.  And you may even learn a thing or two in the process, as the Elephant is also a very wise being.

From “The Way of Walking Alone” by Miyamoto Musashi

The “Dokkōdō” (Japanese: 独行道?) (“The Path of Aloneness”, “The Way to Go Forth Alone”, or “The Way of Walking Alone”), is a short work written by Miyamoto Musashi (宮本 武蔵) a week before he died in 1645. It consists of either nineteen or twenty-one precepts; precepts 4 and 20 are omitted from the former version. “Dokkodo” was largely composed on the occasion of Musashi giving away his possessions in preparation for death, and was dedicated to his favorite disciple, Terao Magonojō (to whom the earlier Go rin no sho [The Book of Five Rings] had also been dedicated), who took them to heart. “Dokkōdō” expresses a stringent, honest, and ascetic view of life.

Japanese Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – god, story, legend, names, ancient, tree, famous, animal, world, Chinese

The mythology of Japan has a long history dating back more than 2,000 years. It became part of two major religious traditions: Shinto, an indigenous religion, and Buddhism, which developed in India and came to Japan from China and Korea.  […]

Source: Japanese Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – god, story, legend, names, ancient, tree, famous, animal, world, Chinese

La’au Lapa’au:  Plants in Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – Greek, god, story, legend, names, ancient, tree, snake, norse, world, Chinese

In many cases, human life ends with death and burial in the ground. Plants are just the opposite. They emerge from the earth and draw nourishment from it. For this reason, many mythological traditions associate plants with birth or rebirth and with the eternal cycle of life springing forth from death.

The magical plant or herb of immortality sought by Gilgamesh, the hero of ancient Mesopotamian mythology, provides one example of how myths use plants as symbols of life and of the healing power of nature. However, because some plants yield poisons and some die in winter, plants can also represent death and decay.

Various trees, shrubs, herbs, grains, flowers, and fruit appear in myths and legends as general symbols of rebirth, decay, and immortality. Some plants have acquired much more specific meaning in folklore.  […]

Source: Plants in Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – Greek, god, story, legend, names, ancient, tree, snake, norse, world, Chinese

Polynesian Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – god, legend, war, world, creation, life, hero, people, children

Polynesia is a vast region of the Pacific Ocean consisting of many hundreds of widely separated, culturally and politically diverse island groups. Ranging from Midway and Hawaii in the north to New Zealand in the south, the triangular area called Polynesia also includes Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Tuamotu, the Cook Islands, and the Pitcairn Islands. Although the mythology of Polynesia took different forms on various islands, many of the basic stories, themes, and deities were surprisingly similar throughout the region.  […]

Source: Polynesian Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – god, legend, war, world, creation, life, hero, people, children

Babaylan Knowledge: A Complete Tutorial About Herbal Medicine in the Philippines

Certain herbs, even some fruits are used as traditional and alternative medicine in the Philippines. This Buzzle article presents information on some popular medicinal plants, which are approved by the Department of Health, Philippines.  […]

Source: A Complete Tutorial About Herbal Medicine in the Philippines

Shamanic Animal Appearance – The Phoenix (Rebirth)

Message from the Phoenix: “Get rid of the past and start afresh.”

The spirit of the Phoenix is very powerful.  This mythical animal is able to burn entirely and resurrect from its own ashes.  It is not a gentle process, but it can lead to very drastic changes by erasing all burdens from the past and starting anew. You may go through a similar process right now, or in the near future.  Don’t be afraid, though.  Even if it may sound like a bumpy ride, your soul is certainly calling for it. The Phoenix is a bold, indestructible being – just as you are! Those who use this ally are strong enough to create rapid transformation in their lives, quickly letting go of dead energies and accessing aa whole new set of opportunities. Thanks to this daring approach, many doors may open at once. Don’t get overwhelmed by all those potentials and take a bit of time to study all your options. Keep in mind the only way forward is full steam!

Add 3 Drops of Oregano Oil to Water and SEE What Happens to Your Lungs

Pneumonia is an infection of one or both lungs which is usually caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Prior to the discovery of antibiotics, one-third of all people who developed pneumonia subsequently died from the infection.   […]

Source: Add 3 Drops of Oregano Oil to Water and SEE What Happens to Your Lungs – My Informator

Health:  How To Put Coconut Oil In Your Hair To Prevent It From Going Gray , Thinning Or Falling Out – Healthy Solution Team

We reveal a few of the most essential benefits of the usage of coconut oil for your hair:   Repairs Hair Damage Coconut oil is even better than mineral oil and sunflower oil, in the avoidance of hair damage. It is the only oil which decreases protein loss and enhances the shaft. Apply it on […]

Source: How To Put Coconut Oil In Your Hair To Prevent It From Going Gray , Thinning Or Falling Out – Healthy Solution Team