Spirit Tools:

MANY WAYS… to connect Mind and Body

We are tuned to the sounds of an expanding Universe, ever-rising to the Highest Sounds of Love. SOUND was the most important “add-on” to my daily practice for the 2021 Tzolk’in round. I found peace to make more wise choices at the beginning of  my day. It slows down my thoughts for meditation. THERE IS POWER in our Senses, and Power in our Hands to heal. 

THIS round, I’m adding Hands to my practice. (The chart below, includes the frequencies and the hand mudras that go with each one. The practice for the Eyes, feels just as compelling. TRY SOMETHING NEW – ANYTHING. It WILL make a difference by virtue of Cause and Effect! We have LOTS of TIME to find the Spiritual Tool that helps the best!

The A=432Hz Chakra Tones Explained

The Frequencies of Sound:

Sadhguru explains about 7 Chakras – Part 1

Powerfull Unity Breath Meditation Entering the Sacred space of the heart

A BUDDHIST monk teaches you the FIRST 3 BREATHING TECHNIQUES of mindfulness

Sacred G Breath Meditation Station DMT Releasing Pineal Activation

The Power in Your Hand

By Matt CaronHINDUISM
Written Article | YouTube Video

Vibration: 432Hz Sound of Mother Earth

Music: Home in the Wind

Bharatnatyam Mudras And Movements

Connecting Consciousness to the Body

Cole Chance Yoga Presents Fascia yoga with Joy Maziar

Fascia is the connective tissue Organ throughout the body that establishes our Consciousness to all the pieces and parts. Stimulating this organ prior to meditation or spiritual work increased Consciousness between the Above/Below. (It feels a little like a snake, shedding its skin.)

Books that have inspired me:

Spirit Talk: a book of days, by Minisa CrumboSpirit Talk: A book of days

This book has been a gift beyond the content of its pages. As Minisa Crumbo shares traditional teaching on sacred cycles, the traditions of the Medicine Wheel, and her own personal ‘book of days’… “Spirit Talk” embodies the Energetic of Movement.
At any given time, I can turn to a page or a season to be reminded of the harmony around me. The thought-provoking nature of the author’s message draws me in to the “Spirit Talk” – that personal conversation within.

The Wind is My MotherThe Wind Is My Mother

by Marcellus “Bear Heart” Williams and Molly Larkin
(Traditional teachings as they were passed down to me in the Medicine Circle)

From Publishers Weekly
Bear Heart, a full-blooded Muskogee Creek Indian and one of the last “trained” Medicine Men, shares this knowledge, combining it with his more formal, graduate degree in psychology to build a bridge between Native American and modern spirituality. Categorized as an autobiography, the book is nevertheless constructed episodically rather than chronologically, resulting in a lack of fluidity that may distract some readers. The first section describes Bear Heart’s family, their beliefs and the calling and training he received to be a medicine man. In the second section, great truths of Native American beliefs and Christianity find parallels. Section three further describes the relationship of human beings to each other, to nature and to the Great Being; the importance of the Sacred Pipe; and the purposes of vision quests. It concludes with this question: “The word ‘memorial’ does not indicate that someone has died. It symbolizes that someone has lived. What is going to be the living memorial that you’re going to leave behind?”

Being and Vibration
by Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow) and Elizabeth Marlow

In Being & Vibration, Joseph Rael extends the sacred teaching imparted to him while growing up in Picurus Pueblo into the 21st Century. The result is an astounding body of theory, prsented in the language of the visionary, on the subject of vibration and its role in the creation of conscious reality. Rael begins with the vision that the nature of all existence is vibration. From human breath and heartbeat to the pulsating energies of subatomic particles, to expansion and contraction of stars and of the university itself, there is a pulsation – vibration – inhearent in all that exists.

Ceremonies of the Living Spirit
by Joseph Rael

BEGINNINGS the Sacred Design
by Bonnie Gaunt

Mathematician and theologist Bonnie Gaunt’s fascinating study on the Sacred Geometry of stonehenge and the Great Pyramid. Extending John Michell’s initial work on the Golden Proportions and astonishing correlations in ancient geometric design, in the frequency of sound and color, to the numerical values and correlations of the sun, moon and earth.

Serpent of Light: Beyond 2012
by Drunvalo Melchizedek

The Four Agreements
Don Miguel Ruiz

The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life
by Drunvalo Melchizedek

Conversations with God
by Neale Donald Walsch

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