Wednesday, 23. May 2007
Shambhala Meditation Healing Tools
Metatron Meditation Pyramid:
Formed from two large tetrahedrons that are merged, forming a 6 pointed star at the base. A tetrahedron sits at each of the 6 points of the star, and a Clear Quartz Etheric Weaver hangs in each Corner Tetrahedron. It is 6' 11" high with a base that is 8' x 9' 3" and is normally used for a seated meditation.
|The pyramid is an invocation to the 7 Archangels and comes with Archangel cards to attach to the Clear Etheric Weavers. Archangel Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel, Zadkiel and Shekinah (in that order) adorn the middle of each of the corner tetrahedrons and Archangel Metatron sits within the star tetrahedron that hangs from the center of the pyramid.|
Check also the Pyramid Grids.
Working on the physical, emotional and mental bodies and aligning them back to their perfect divine nature. This sacred tool is used like a pendulum - simply hold it over anything or anyone, clear your mind and allow the Etheric Weaver to spin freely as it works to realign the Etheric Field and transmute any negativity, aligning the individual to the Soul, also known as Buddha Nature.
Much more than just a crystal, the Etheric Weaver can be handed to anyone to use for their own self-healing or meditation and constantly cleans itself energetically.
Solar Orb Cross:
Amplifies the energy found in sacred influences throughout the planet, for example right now there is a lot of healing in the area of Tibetan Buddhism and other spiritual levels awakening on a planetary level - much more than 10 years ago.
|So whatever the planetary stage, it is able to bring out more of that energy and the solar cross becomes more an emanation of that.|
The solar cross amplifies the solar rays on a planetary level so that higher levels of psychic telepathy and higher levels of planetary healing of nations becomes more a resonating factor of the solar cross.
Discover more happiness, vitality and a feeling of peace and wellness: Shambhala Meditation Healing Tools
These Tools are Handcrafted by Shambhala Monks and Nuns.
Taking a Magical Bath doesn't have to be complicated. It can be as simple as running to your local drug or beauty supply and buying a product that is appropriately scented or contains an herb or essential oil.
|The important thing about taking one of these baths, no matter how humble or expensive the ingredients are, is to meditate on your intention while you are sitting in the tub.|
You can get a little fancier, by making an infusion from flowers, herbs or other elements. Brewing the herbs as you would brew a cup of herbal tea and then pouring the strained infusion into your bath water is the easiest way to make an infusion. You can also put the ingredients in a cheesecloth bag that hangs over the bathtub faucet and have the hot water run through the ingredients.
In some cases you can actually buy tea bags and just toss them in the water. I'm a purist so personally I love to throw the entire herb, flower or vegetable in the bath. It makes me feel like I am Cleopatra having a bath in ancient Egypt or like some kind of wicked harlot getting ready for her Roman Soldier. However if you do decide to get really into the food aspect of this make sure you have some kind of strainer on your drain so that stuff doesn't flow down your pipes. What can I say? Some miracles can be quite "messy".
Here are a couple of "quick fixes" for aspiring witches on the run:
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