Monday, February 4, 2013

The throne room

The throne with the rainbow around it
Emerald, Jasper, Sardine
green, red,
book sealed with seven seals - the human body. sealed means memory and energy coded into our biology
calf, beast/man, lion, eagle, - instincutal urges regulated by the brainstem, limbic and pituitary and pineal.
each has 6 wings and full of eyes
7 lamps burning before the throne - 7 churches, 7 cnadlesticks, 7 spiritual chakras
sea of glass looking like crystal
24 seated elders seated, in white, and crowned in gold - cranial nerves that come out of the brainstem. when the sensory system is turned inward we have esp. turn inward during deep meditation.
beasts are submissive to the one on the throne.

represents the anatomy during mystical states.
endocrine glands, SNS, on the backside sealed with seven seals.

door to heaven-reticular activating system-the gatekeeper, the doorman of consciousness.
are we awake or asleeep? the shift to altered states of consciousness, means it must be open to the unconcsious
limbic system-sea of glass. calm the seas.

redirect the sensory experience to attune the senses.
incense, candles, mandalas, bells,

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Arms to the Heavens!



When we stand on two feet
head up
arms open

we are inviting great things to come to us!
No
we are demanding it!
Expecting it!

Delighting in it!

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Weaving the 4 directions

The Buddha's last instruction before he died was
"Make of yourself a light".

Hafiz says:
"Now is the time for the world to know
that every thought and action is sacred...
to know that everything you do
is sacred",

And in a poem I found a fragment that said
"..only the atoms of the soul are perfect spheres
falling to the center..."

We are the center and we are collecting at our common well
come and drink with me
and we will quench our thirst.

Joy!

Sutra

"Live with skillful nonchalance and ceaseless concern."

~ Prajnaparamita Sutra ~

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Shinn Moment

I cast this burden on the Divine within and I go free!

Friday, June 19, 2009

Sahaja Yoga

Shri Mataji and sahaja yoga
Awakens kundalini and absolute knowledge by opening the crown chakra.

You are born with the right to come to union with the divine.
Become one with divine power.



link to experience your self realization

1. do not feel guilty at all. we are human beings
2. this guilt causes a block in the throat chakra (and pain in the neck)
3. forgive everyone, and forgive yourself

I'm going to do this again...and again...until I am shooting cold air out my crown like a WHALE~

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Nadis



Nadis feed the chakras, which inform the meridians, which feed the cells of our body.

"hundred and one are the arteries of the heart, one of them leads up to the crown of the head. Going upward through that, one becomes immortal" Chandogya Upanishad

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Stan Tenen



The first time I ever heard him speak was back in...1989 and I was pregnant with Jon. I kept renting his video and falling asleep.
But! I never forgot the concepts. This isn't the one I saw-haven't found that yet. But he talks about the movement of the letters being a dance of opening, a meditation. What do meditations do? They open and balance our deep brain.

His foundation is called MERU.
We express our will in the world with our hands.
We are a projection of God's will.

When he moves his hands into the hebrew letters on the fingers...that looks to me like the cerebellum with the thumbs being the vermis. I still think everything is talking about the unfoldng and enfolding of our brain and then our bodies and then our creative world.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Friday, May 29, 2009

The Breath of Light

What is life if not light?

The more light that food holds, the more the food feeds us.
Breatharians claim to be able to live from air and light alone; a concept most of us laugh at. There is documentation that Yogi's have accomplished this-why not 'ordinary' people?

The idea of living from light, living from essence alone, is foreign to our western minds, but thanks to the internet we are expanding. Maybe there is hope for us yet.

Some plants, some fish some animals have adapted to live with the minimum of light-but still they need some...demonstrating that there are only degrees of light and less light on a vast continuum. To us in the ocean's great depths it is darkest of dark, and yet, there is life existing there able to exist with such a small amount of light that we can't even perceive it being available. But it is. It's there. Light persists.

True dark is an illusion. It disappears when the lights are turned on. Dark is only visible as a reflection, and has no substance on its own. So why do we feed it?

When your mind has a choice between real or imagined, the imagination will always win...i read that somewhere and can't recall at the moment where-apologies. But it has played in my mind for awhile now, circling.

It takes me back to 'what is real'? A question that tapped at my heels twenty years ago. How do we know what is real? Remember the movie "Identity?" The twist in the plot? Indeed. What is real? And is this a real world or did we get caught inbetween or did we slide to a parallel darkly compelling version some of us?

What holds us in our state of awareness? Will? Ego? Misunderstanding?