Beyond the Concepts | Beyond the Philosophy | Sound, Energetic Cultivation, and Invocation for Healers of All Types
Inside of your heart (and everyone’s, too) are unique treasures of great price – imprints of Spiritual Energy stored away, awaiting full expression – awaiting your remembrance of them! Knowing they are there is just the beginning. Calling them out to participate is the fun part. Calling them out involves Invoking something. Thus, Invocation.
These imprints we call
“Qualities of the Divine”
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The secret to reclaiming conscious volition and a tempered authority over the chakras of our
lies in carefully and intelligently practicing Invocation.
The pains we’ve experienced, overcome, or been overwhelmed by also inform the current state of our heart’s healing capacity and we use
POWERFUL SOUND EXPRESSIONS OF LINGUISTIC AND VIBRATIONAL POTENCY
Self-generated vibrational practices strike, resonate, expand, open, and purify the clouded chambers inside of one’s energetic heart.
The science of
Humanity has lost its connection to this science, but no matter how dense, obtuse, disconnected, or “lost” this knowledge appears to our sensibilities we cannot fully lose this knowledge – for the core essence of the Soul’s connection to the heavens, to Psyche, to the Spiritual Self embodied in flesh, blood, and bones is in breath, motion, and vibration…
If a leap in your realization is what you seek, then sound practice will cultivate at least three things in you:
Mental and Somatic Synchronization (Concentration)
More Refined Awareness of Energy Sensation
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The intersection between the anima-mundi (spirit of the world) and the psychosomatic health of each individual has never been so obvious. We all all stressedAF and need practical tools that reach into the realms of the Spirit.
A Polite Request, and a Word of Caution:
There is a caution to this work – one that feels only appropriate to put out on the front page, as it is a matter of Authenticity and Safety. Not all sound practices are for the faint of heart, and not all practices are meant for beginner students. Breath development, mental concentration, and the markers of a softened (but fully honored) Ego would be indicated before one is ready to take on the practices meant for more seasoned students. This is the reason I highly recommend my “Breathe Now” Introduction and Other courses which will help with breath development.