A continuous instrumental journey of sound into the ancient solfeggio frequencies; infused with sacred chants and multi-dimensional luminous soundscapes precisely attuned to enhance the healing effects of these ancient frequencies.
These incredible tones each resonate to specific frequency that our original blueprint is composed from. Exposing ourselves to these frequencies helps to bring our bodies, cells and DNA back into balance and original alignment. Different parts of our bodies and organs all have a specific frequency of optimum resonance (perfect state of health), and therefore listening to these tones allows the body to absorb and remember (know) its original blueprint, moving it back towards its prefect state of alignment and resonance (health).
The music has been specially crafted and precisely tuned to transmit each of the solfeggio frequencies. The compositions contain an array of sacred instruments and sounds such as crystal bowls and didgeridoo and sacred chants, which work to further enhance the effects of the solfeggio tones.
Modern science is now beginning to recognise what the ancient mystics throughout time have been saying; that everything is in a constant state of vibration, and therefore everything that is vibrating has a sound (even if it’s not audible). Everything also has its own optimum rate of vibration, and this is called resonance. When we are in resonance, we are in balance and harmony with creation.
Emotions and mental states also have their own optimum resonance and with the recognition that every organ, and every cell, absorbs and emits sound, we can therefore understand how specific sounds and frequencies can be used as powerful healing tools. This is how the ancient Solfeggio frequencies work and is why the Gregorian monks used this specific scale for chanting and healing.
The Violet Flame is the number one tool for Transmutation, Transformation, Cleansing and Purification. If you feel like there’s something that needs transformation within you, something that’s making you uncomfortable or holding you back from feeling happy and joyful, the Violet Flame is always available to you to help you get through whatever you are experiencing. It dissolves the lower vibrational frequencies (e.g fear, sadness, grief, pain etc. ) into higher vibrational frequencies ( e.g Love, gratitude etc. ), it dissolves outdated programs and anything that no longer serves your Highest Good.
You can call upon Saint Germain, Quan Yin, Lady Nada for assistance or whoever you feel comfortable with. They are always there whenever you ask for it, so you are never alone and deeply cared for. They are one of the things I am most grateful for.
” During this meditation you will work with St Germain and his Violet Flame of Transmutation. Transmute all lower vibrational frequencies, thought forms, emotions, feelings and energies into the light for transmutation. Leaving you feeling lighter, brighter and more free. “
The emergence of Zen as a distinct school of Buddhism was first documented in China in the 7th century CE. From China, Zen spread south to Vietnam, and east to Korea and Japan. As a matter of tradition, the establishment of Zen is credited to the South Indian prince-turned-monk Bodhidharma, who came to China to teach a “special transmission outside scriptures, not founded on words or letters”.
This beautiful documentary takes you into the very private world of The Zen Mind – the mind searching for enlightenment. Journey across Japan from the small zen centers of Tokyo to the enormous zen monasteries in the remote mountains and glimpse into the secret practices of a zen monk.
Zen is a school of Mahāyāna Buddhism. The Japanese word Zen is derived from the Chinese word Chán, which in turn is derived from the Sanskrit word dhyāna, which means “meditation” or “meditative state”.
Zen emphasizes experiential prajñā in the attainment of enlightenment. As such, it de-emphasizes theoretical knowledge in favor of direct realization through meditation and dharma practice. The teachings of Zen include various sources of Mahāyāna thought, including the Prajñāpāramitā literature and the teachings of the Yogācāra and Tathāgatagarbha schools.
It’s a process to get you in a state of flow. While you’re in this state of mind you will be actively using your mind to envision various objects, feelings, and emotions that are all scientifically proven to create a tremendous beneficial effect on your body, mind, and emotions.
There are 6 steps. And they will happen very quickly not taking much of your time. And once you’re done you’ll gain all that time back multiplied in terms of productivity, creativity, and an elevated state of clarity and relaxation.
For me personally this is one of the most complete, simple and effective meditation methods I have tried so far, and I have tried A LOT of them! It includes everything a spiritual practice of the modern man should have and it’s just 20 minutes. I recommend doing it first thing in the morning, writing down whatever ideas come to your mind afterwards and reap the benefits. I encourage you to let me know your comments, experiences and thoughts.
Amazing Archangel Raphael Healing Meditation with the green and violet purifying flames of Archangel Raphael and St. Germain. Let your body, mind and soul relax and submerge in this soothing and calming guided meditation that works in all levels and all of your bodies, in all dimensions, restoring every ailment, tension and blockage.
“There is another Path to embrace after your Awakening, and one that if you choose, can lift and raise you up and out of the limitation of human strife, raising you into the highest vibration of Light & Love, a path of Higher Consciousness ..it is called “The Path of Becoming your True Self” on Earth, also known as “The Path of Resurrection”. As you embrace this path, a great raising & expanding activity unfolds within your mind and your feelings, your consciousness, and ultimately your physical garments. You are awake, your Life calls upon you to rise now & become on Earth your True Glorious Self ‘I AM’ individualized of Mother/Father God.
It is a path in which there begins to be experienced by you the second birth, lightning flashes of sudden Light within your mind, great outpourings of Love within your being, all that prepares you in the centre of your consciousness to enter into The Secret Heart of your God Nature, and to pass through ‘The Door of Everything’ where you will drink of the Waters of Life, the greatest Love of all, The Mother’s Love, the Love of the Heavenly Mother that individualizes as your Soul. When that Love begins to express through you it will reveal its Presence and it will nurture and fulfill all that your mind dares to conceive. Your Soul is the Sacred Womb of The Divine Mother of our Universe, Individualized, just as the Christ is the Individualized Mind of The Father.”
Have you ever considered the possibility of someone watching over you? Guiding you every step of the way, day by day?
If you are not familiar with the term Spirit Guide, maybe is time to find out about your own guides. Would you like to meet them?
Here is a step by step tutorial to invite your guides into your life:
Intention – Set an intention to meet your guides and to start communicating with them; then find a quiet place to meditate.
Protection – Protect yourself from any negative energies by invoking Archangel Michael and visualising his blue light of protection shining all over yourself and the space where you are. You can also use other protection methods like white sage or protection crystals.
Clear your mind – Do a meditation and turn down the volume of your thoughts make sure you are totally relaxed and have a clear mind.
Expand your energy field – Visualise yourself in a place and start expanding your energy from inward to outward, taking over the room and even beyond it. You can visualise a light in your solar plexus expanding continuously.
Invitation – Call over your guides and ask them in, to blend their energy with yours. Ask them to show themselves to you.
Communication – Ask questions and let them give you answers. These can be written before the meditation starts or flow during it.
Closing – Once finished, thank your guides for coming forward and call your soul to fully return back to your body. Be grateful for the experience.
A great way to start is by following this meditation below:
We wish you a great time blending with your guides. Remember intention is key.
If you have any questions or want to share your experience with us write to us or comment below.
“Think of yourself and how great it is when you join energies with a friend and make something good happen, now multiply that by 100 and think of the energy and the feeling of oneness created within it; now multiply it by 1 billion! Contemplate about what we would be capable of if this was the case… Unity of hearts and minds, true compassion and community. One day .. One day.. But for now let’s start with one small step towards it.”_ Sabrina Santos
We at The Power Within Us are very proud and excited to invite you to our very first event, hosted in London at the Clapham Common Park on June the 13th.
The Power of Oneness, is a totally FREE event and welcome to all.
This Gathering of People is promoting true Oneness Spirit. Please see all details and how to attend to the event below.
Starting with Maren Lander leading the Kundalini Yoga class at 1.11pm We will set a big intention for the Unconditional Love Vibration and work on it through a big group meditation starting at 2:22 pm followed by the liberating freedom of ecstatic dancing 3:33pm.
At this event we welcome only people over 16 years old. We will certainly be promoting other events for the your ones.
The consumption of alcohol is not allowed during any part of the event, as we want to keep the energy as pure and clean as possible , but feel free to bring your own drink and food to socialise later on after the gathering schedule has been completed. We will be supplying some delicious water for all J.
Event Date June 13th 2015.
Kundalini Yoga With Maren Lander
Start time 1:11 pm
Duration 1h and 11min
Maren is a certified Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Teacher. She trained with Har Nal Kaur in London and Karta Singh in France and graduated with Amrit Nam Sarovar in 2012.
Maren embraces life and creativity to the fullest and wants to encourage others to do the same. She has a passion for art and people which led to her involvement in a wide array of Creative Projects as well as Community and Wellbeing Projects over the past 3 years.
Her Kundalini Yoga classes are not only inspiring but also fun, a great way do yoga and connect with the source energy. if you want to know more about Maren Lander clickhere.
Group Meditation – Unconditional Love and Oneness
Start time 2:22 pm
Duration 33 min
We will be hosting an easy but powerful meditation , focusing on the Power of Unconditional Love. With chakra balancing, connection with mother earth, some chanting and a surprise group visualization at the end.
Meditation is a powerful tool and it is scientifically proven to have numerous benefits in one’s wellness. We will also teach you a 5 min technique that can be used daily and it’s very effective.
Ecstatic Dancing – Freedom of movement and expression of body energy
Duration 1h and 11min
Feel free to join , stop , take a break and come back right into the full power of freedom dancing expression. With Ecstatic dancing it’s all about feeling the music and not really looking around, look within and letting your body tell the story of each song with freedom and self expression.
When you lose yourself into the sound you get right into the music vibration, your body and soul merge into this frequency and together we make something beautiful. The group energy expands and you experience something magical.
The rules for this activity are :
1. Move however you wish
2. No talking on the dance floor
3. Respect yourself and one another
4. Shoes have to be taken off
Location and Map will be released soon.
We are looking forward to seeing you and joining powers with us.
You can also join this event on Facebook here is the link to it.
The practice of candle gazing has a number of amazing benefits, including opening up your 3rd eye (pineal gland), improved eyesight, focus, concentration and much more!
This simple technique is an excellent introduction to the Art and science of meditation. People of all ages and stress levels can immediately feel the benefits. Students can use this before studying to improve their
What is Tratac or candle Gazing Meditation?
It’s secret lies in that you gaze at an object that captures your attention. Perhaps you have had the experience of being totally absorbed , taken out side your self as it were by a magnificent sunset or a full moon, stopped and held in the moment by something of exquisite beauty and in a that moment you enter the timeless, catching a glimpse of eternity.This Candle Gazing technique if practised regularly can hone and develop your concentration to the ‘enth’ degree.As it brings the mind to a place of stillness,distractions dissolve away, mind becomes focused on the flame. The candle gazing Meditation also improves memory bringing the mind to supreme awareness.
Translating as to gase or look Trataka the concentrated technique of gazing at a candle is a firm favorite of my Yoga students who attend the night classes. I use it as one way to introduce Meditation into the classes. Remember if you are only doing Asana or the physical aspects of yoga you are not experiencing the full magic and richness of the science and Art of yoga.
Light a candle and place it on a small table around 3 to 4 feet in front of you.
Sit in a comfortable posture with the spine upright and the arms and shoulders relaxed. You can assume any meditative posture which you can maintain without any movement for the duration of the Trataka practice.
Make sure that the flame is at the level of your eyes. Also, make sure that you are facing the candle directly without having to turn the neck even slightly.
It is important that the flame remains steady during the concentration routine. So, make sure that there no breeze around of any kind to disturb the flame. If needed, turn off any fans or air conditioner in the room.
Take a few deep breaths to relax. Close the eyes and watch your breath as you inhale and exhale for about five to seven breaths. This will allow the breath to settle down and bring you into the present moment.
Now, gaze at the flame intently and keep your gaze on it without getting distracted towards outer disturbances and thoughts.
Keep your vision focused and steady on the flame without blinking, for as long as it is comfortable to you. Try to avoid any kind of body movement during the entire practice.
Keep your gaze anchored on some part of the flame, rather than the candle or wick. If thoughts come up in the mind, just become aware of them and then ignore them. Try to maintain your awareness and focus on the flame.
Continue to gaze at the flame until you cannot keep your eyes open and tears start flowing. Once this happens, close your eyes.
When you close the eyes, you may be able to visualize an after-image of the flame with closed eyes. Try to bring this image at the point between the eyebrows at the center of the forehead (the third eye location).
The depth and level of your concentration will determine how clear the after-image is. If you cannot visualize the after-image of the flame with closed eyes, or it wavers constantly or looses clarity, then re-apply your concentration to restore the position of the after-image.
When the image begins to fade out completely, bring your awareness back to your breathing and begin to watch the flow of breath at the tip of the nose for about 7 to 8 breaths.
You can open your eyes at this point and repeat the full gazing routine as given above one more time.
Benefits of Trataka
Shloka 2.32 of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika states “Trataka eradicates all eye diseases, fatigue and sloth and closes the doorway to these problems”. Some of the benefits associated with Trataka are:
Improves eyesight and vision.
Improves concentration, intelligence and memory.
Excellent method as preparation for mantra meditation.
Enhances self-confidence, patience and willpower.
Develops greater work efficiency and productivity.
Calms the mind and provides inner peace and silence.
Brings greater clarity in mind and improves decision-making ability.
Helps to overcome mental, behavioral and emotional ailments.
Provides stress relief and deep relaxation.
Deepens the sleep and cures sleep related disorders such as headache, insomnia, nightmares, etc.
According to Gherand Samhita (shloka 5.54), Trataka promotes clairvoyance or perception of subtle manifestations.
Tips for Trataka Concentration
Trataka is best practiced on an empty stomach during early-morning hours or late evening hours just before going to bed. If you practice it during the daytime, make sure that the room is dark so that focusing on the flame is easier.
Try getting a decent sized flame by adjusting the size of the wick. It will help in achieving a better after-image of the flame and it will be easier to visualize it with improved concentration.
Do not strain your eyes while gazing on the flame. The eyes adjust naturally in due course of time and it becomes easier to concentrate and gaze on the flame for longer periods of time.
As I mentioned earlier, because Trataka develops deep focus and concentration, it is used as a very effective pre-meditation stage. At the end of the Trataka routine, you may continue with your own mantra meditation.
This technique was used by the ancients priestesses in Egypt, gazing into a bowl of still-water. Other cultures gaze at the full moon.Two divisions of Trataka are offered Bahiranga outer gazing and Antranga inward gaze.The technique of outer gazing further develops your spiritual powers.The physical side effects are an improvement or correction for short sightedness.It has the wonderful effect of calming your mind, removing anxiety, by bringing a stilling of the mind so that a wondrous relaxation steals over your whole body.
Shanti Gowans in her book ”Calm the Mind ”tells us This training in one pointedness of the mind is the first step in learning not to cling. The goal of meditation is to free awareness from its identification with your senses and thoughts.So freed your awareness, permeates every thing but clings to nothing. Sooo… practice one-pointedness (Trataka gazing)and the exclusion of all other considerations, even when these considerations happen to be enticing.
Shanti also says The eyes are doorways to the mind,and intimately related to it. when the eyes are fixed and unmoving, th e mind also becomes the same and the thinking process automatically ceases as concentration increases and deepens.
How does it work?
Sit with a straight spine, position the candle close to you. ( If you are teaching in a class sit students in a circle around the candle level with their gaze.Students with contact lenses need to close their eyes after about 20 seconds. So as not to burn the retina through the lens.)
As the candle flame stills so will your breath and mind. Gaze for a few minutes at the flame, at the golden glow above the wick.Rest your eyes on the golden white light,now blow out the flame, close your eyes and await the image that will appear on the inside of your eyelids. do not worry if nothing appears, sit with the no – image, the blank screen of your mind.
We are not all visual people, but practicing this technique will improve that sense.After a while the image will fail.
To lift this technique to another level.
Take your mind back to the time when the candle was newly lit. See it again in your mind’s eye. The candle, the black wick, the brilliant golden white light surrounded by a subtle halo or aura. Picture this halo as expanding, your soft breathing is feeding the expansion so now your point of focus is the candle flame. Hold this until it fades. Slowly come back into the room. Calm and Blessed. Peace.
Thanks for reading,
Love and Light,
This article was taken from In5D. Original Source is here
I enjoy writing reports about enlightenment, but some of the advice we’ve been given by spiritual teachers from the past isn’t quite relevant to the present.
Depending on which teacher you listen to, the veil was much thicker when they shared their teachings with the world. We’re capable of achieving a lot more in terms of consciousness exploration than when a lot of spiritual teachers were in their prime, and this is a liberating thing to realize. The veil’s a lot thinner than it used to be, and all it takes is a small meditation to realize that we can glimpse a higher state of consciousness pretty easily.
Exploring our consciousness gets easier with every year that passes, and all we need to do is show a little effort to glimpse things that might’ve been unheard of in some spiritual teachers’ heyday. We don’t need to follow all the strict and rigid rules that were dictated by people who found enlightenment when the veil between the material and the spiritual was stronger, and for the most part, we can chart our own path; expand our consciousness in our own way. Meditation is a great way to explore the etheric abyss, but we don’t have to be rigid about it to glimpse spirit.
We can make our own meditation, and by that I mean we can find things that help us expand our consciousness without having to sternly meditate. There’s nothing wrong with dedicated meditation, and I’d recommend finding a place to sit in silence and contemplation every now and then, but the difference between now and before is that we don’t have to. We can meditate in whatever way works for us, and a lot of people use music to calm the mind and get to a place beyond the physical senses. Music is one of the best ways to meditate, and whether we listen to it or play it, it’s a helpful tool in the expansion of consciousness. Other people use things like writing to meditate, and while writing isn’t as potent of a way to access spirit as music or direct meditation, it still connects us with a higher aspect of our consciousness, which, if we stay connected with, we can allow to speak through our writings. Instead of hearing from a lone spiritual writer, you could hear from their inner voice without realizing it (or without them realizing it).
One of the benefits of the decreasing veil is that we can use creativity to bridge the gap and connect with spirit in a potent way, and we might as well take the opportunity. No matter how you like to express yourself, you can use creativity to elevate your awareness and help others understand that we live in an innately spiritual world. You can use the creative inspiration we’ve all felt at one time or another to connect with your inner voice and let it speak through you, and while channeling is pretty popular right now, I think writing can become the new channeling if we let it. There’ll always be people who want to communicate with entities in higher realms, but those of us who are more passionate about maintaining a connection with our inner voice (and subsequently, the universe), can deepen this connection with every spiritually inspired thing we do. It’s safe to say that most conscious musicians pick up on their inner voice when they write music that’s inspired by spirit, but again, it doesn’t matter what creative avenue we use to connect as long as it works for us and we diligently pursue it. I honestly think the pursuit of creativity will connect us with a higher aspect of our consciousness, and with how much the veil’s thinning, it stands to reason that creativity, which has always been a potent way to connect, will help us transcend the veil and express the spirit in an unhindered way. The only thing that stops us from connecting is our unwillingness or hesitation, and we’ll have to be confident in ourselves and the things we’ve come here to do if we want to maintain a potent creative and spiritual connection. Self-confidence is important if we want to all-out diminish the veil that stands between us and a higher perception, and everything seems to get easier when we’re confident in ourselves. Together with an open mind and a flowing heart, self-confidence will ensure that we use our creativity to consistently tear down the barrier between us and that omnipotent aspect of our consciousness that can flow through us and amaze us (and everyone else). We’re all creative powerhouses who are capable of enlightenment, but we have to realize it before we can do anything significant. We have to realize that we’re in a great position to raise the collective vibration, and in my opinion, collective ascension will result from creativity, meditation and spiritually inspired activism.
I think this is the great secret the hippies touched on in the sixties and seventies. They realized that creativity, activism and a direct exploration of our consciousness could enlighten the world, and some of them are still on a journey to elevate the planetary consciousness with those three things. The hippies got it right for the most part, but admittedly, some of them got lost in the stereotypical ‘sex, drugs and rock n roll’. We’re the new generation, and we can correct whatever perceived errors were made by the awakening generations before us while integrating the things they got right into our attempts to raise our consciousness. The beatniks, the hippies, the Rastas and every other counterculture group that came to us in the fifties, sixties and seventies had touched on something that we can now expand, and expanding it will get easier as the veil becomes thinner and we’re eventually left with no obstacles in our way. As we grow closer with spirit, let’s remember to embrace the creative and meditative practices that are aligning us with it and raising the collective vibration. Let’s keep in mind that we don’t have to meditate for hours on end just to get a potent glimpse, and we can write articles, paint pictures or play music to weaken the veil. We don’t have to follow all the rigid rules we’ve been given about enlightenment, and we don’t have to renounce the whole world. We can embrace the world without being corrupted by the aspects of society that hold us back, and we don’t get anywhere by avoiding any aspect of reality, lower or higher. We have to integrate and accept the lower, darker aspects of reality before we can enjoy anything higher, and this requires us to embrace everything about our existence on this planet. Collective enlightenment is possible, especially right now, but those of us who’ve become aware will have to work (and play) hard to create it. We’ll also want to take some time in quiet, contemplative stillness every now and then. Creativity is one of the most potent ways to align, but direct meditation still takes the cake. Above all, we have to remember to empower ourselves and, again, have confidence in our ability to complete the tasks at hand each day. We’re capable of anything we’re willing to believe we’re capable of, and only when we stop ourselves do we fail to achieve anything significant. No matter what we do, we have to believe in ourselves or it’ll all go south. With, faith, self-empowerment and the recognition that we don’t have to follow someone else’s rules, our spiritual evolution will be a breeze and we’ll enjoy everything we do to awaken the world. I envision a world where every empowered person is willing to follow their passion, and we’ll have to create this world if we want collective enlightenment.
Thank you for reading,
Love and Light,
This article was taken from In5D. Original Source is here
I remember growing up in the 90’s, watching films like Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, Space Jam, Charlie’s Angels (it was an OK movie alright? :p ) , Osmosis Jones, The Royal Tenenbaums, Lost in Translation and so on…. and I always remember Bill Murray’s smart lines and facial expressions. I enjoyed watching his films.
Being a comedian usually means that people tend not to take you seriously in everyday life, and that is unfair sometimes. What happens in cases like this, when even though somebody is a comedian, has a really strong message to deliver?
Most probably nobody will actually pay much attention, which again is unfair.
But….what happens when famous comedians go through a spiritual awakening, and try to use their fame and publicity to actually share some perspective, teachings and even raise the consciousness in the planet? Yes I mean that and it has taken place in the past few years in several cases like Bill Murray, Jim Carrey, Russel Brand and many others.
I think it comes as a surprise at first glance. My personal advice is to close your eyes, forget the face (linking to comedy and humor) and listen to the voice of the soul speaking, with no judgement preferably.
The incentive behind me writing this article is a question which a reporter asked Bill Murray at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival during a press conference, after the screening of his latest film St. Vincent.
“How does it feel to be you?”
I thought that I would not hear something new or something that would catch my attention, especially coming from a comedian that I did not know has had a “spiritual awakening”. And again, try to forget who Bill Murray is or what he does for a living or how many times he has made you laugh.
Take a step back, close your eyes and have a listen to his reply posted below :
“Let’s all ask ourselves that question right now: What does it feel like to be you? What does it feel like to be you? Yeah. It feels good to be you, doesn’t it? It feels good, because there’s one thing that you are — you’re the only one that’s you, right?
So you’re the only one that’s you, and we get confused sometimes — or I do, I think everyone does — you try to compete. You think, damn it, someone else is trying to be me. Someone else is trying to be me. But I don’t have to armor myself against those people; I don’t have to armor myself against that idea if I can really just relax and feel content in this way and this regard.
If I can just feel… Just think now: How much do you weigh? This is a thing I like to do with myself when I get lost and I get feeling funny. How much do you weigh? Think about how much each person here weighs and try to feel that weight in your seat right now, in your bottom right now. Parts in your feet and parts in your bum. Just try to feel your own weight, in your own seat, in your own feet. Okay? So if you can feel that weight in your body, if you can come back into the most personal identification, a very personal identification, which is: I am. This is me now. Here I am, right now. This is me now. Then you don’t feel like you have to leave, and be over there, or look over there. You don’t feel like you have to rush off and be somewhere. There’s just a wonderful sense of well-being that begins to circulate up and down, from your top to your bottom. Up and down from your top to your spine. And you feel something that makes you almost want to smile, that makes you want to feel good, that makes you want to feel like you could embrace yourself.
So, what’s it like to be me? You can ask yourself, “What’s it like to be me?” You know, the only way we’ll ever know what it’s like to be you is if you work your best at being you as often as you can, and keep reminding yourself: That’s where home is.”