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3D Chakras Demons

Finding clAIRity

The Power of YOU

Once you see you cannot unsee. Yet, you are able to change the way you see things, and once you do, the things you see begin to change with you. We live in a society ruled by social media, operating off of digital dopamine and conspicuous consumption. We have allowed our three dimensional realities to put up blinders to all that is. YOU are all that IS. YOU have the ability to heal yourself of dis-ease. YOU have the power to accomplish your dreams and desires.YOU have a Divine Right to Light. How does this become your reality? By healing unresolved grief.

Grief is a demon of the heart, lungs and Heart Chakra. Grief is expressed as deep sorrow. Sorrow is referred to a distress tied to misfortune and disappointment that runs deep to our core of our being. When left unresolved, grief can cause our heart chakra to close up within a castle surrounded by a mote. Healing the heart builds a bridge into your castle, it allows people in and out. It allows more expression of self-love and it opens up our heart to compassionate understanding. Healing the heart requires an openness to receiving LOVE and seeking balance through AIR medicine.

Unresolved grief can cause cardiovascular dis-eases, lung pathologies and chronic breathing issues like asthma. When grief is held onto, attached to and not let go of, it is internalized and begins to metastasize. Resolving grief requires we find out WHY and HOW we decided to cause an effect with our thoughts to manifest in such a way. Grief is our attachment to an outcome, by looking at the outcome in a different way, we can understand how to move through each day in a different way that feels better and opens our heart.

In altering our perception of WHY and HOW something may have happened we begin to shift out of a victim mentality. The victim mentality is built upon the foundation of the Newtonian Cause and Effect. Thoughts like: This happened to me, I am only a spectator of the world, I am not in control of my life… feed the demon of grief.  We move our energy from seeing this happened to me and begin to see I called this in to learn and alchemize adversity.

3D

Our 3D reality, our physical body and all that we can see and touch, is a programmed reality of our mind. The trip about our mind is, it can transcend linear time. Our mind is even so powerful, we can send love back in time to help resolve a trauma. Trauma can cause cracks in our persona and through these cracks, the light shines in.

Persona is greek for “mask” and was used to describe the role an actor plays on stage. Our personality is our personal reality and our personality is constantly changing over time.

We grow when we are uncomfortable. We are uncomfortable because unforseen opportunities and obstacles may present themselves. When variables are unforseen, we move out of a predictable future from living throught past experiences and the emotions tied to them. This is called surrendering to all that is, and if you are all that is… then who or what are you surrendering to? Oneness.

Opening the Heart

To Love

This allows a shift into another dimension of consciousness. How do we get there? By real-eye-sing we are all pieces of the same whole. We are all part of the collective consciousness of GOD and SPIRIT, and that consciousness is LOVE.

order to succeed in seeing life in such an enlightened way, there must be ways to let the light in.

5D

Be-in the Rainbow Bridge 

 

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3D Metaphysical Shadow Work

Shadow Self

What Lies on the Dark Side of the Ego?

We are beings of light, color, sound and love. Our physical bodies radiate and integrate different frequencies of light. Thus, we receive light in many forms. When we are in alignment with our Spirit, we feel as if our cup is overflowing. We notice we have healthy boundaries set, our relationships are improving, our creativity is free-flowing and we feel charged and energized rather than repressed or depressed. However, our light casts a shadow, and when ignored can allow complications with communication, compassion and coherence. We call this our Shadow Self, and it is the dark side of our Ego — our need for speed to survive in the 3D. Our shadow self represents our misalignments with Spirit. In this article, I will refer to our misalignments as the pieces of our personality we cannot directly see, the parts of us we have disowned.

Our Shadow Self is the parts of your personal reality you are keeping in the shadows, rather than shedding light on them. These parts are parts we may find dislike in while interacting with others. These pieces are the pieces of ourselves we are refusing to take ownership for. Whether it be passive aggressive tendencies, anger, rudeness, pride… when we butt heads with an idea about how someone else is acting, or we butt heads with others because we see something we do not like or what to see reflected back to us, it is really your own inner plane reflecting back to you that which you may shed more light on. By shedding light on it, recognizing it’s a projection of your shadow onto others we can do the inner work to alleviate any suffering or attachment to that part of our shadow.

 

By disowning parts of ourselves, these parts within turn against us. We may do or say things we later regret because we would not normally do them. We may transmit negative energy to others close to us and attempt to project ownership to others for our primitive and negative impulses such as desiring to gain more power leading to greed, egotism, envy and fits of anger.

In order to find alignment, awareness is guided to our misalignments. When we are suppressing our shadow self, it has a tendency to want to be projected and brought to light. You may be at work and a co-worker is performing a task in a way that comes off as passive aggressive. This tendency gets under your skin, so much so, you passive aggressively address it with them. Now, is their behavior truly passive aggressive? Or are you projected that reality onto them because your shadow self is being stuffed down and ignored?

Our personality and the roles we play day to day are called our Ego. Our Ego brings to attention, anything that may help or harm our ability to survive this doggy dog world. Our Ego will hide parts of itself it does not want to let go of, old programming that has served us and helped us to get to where we at.  When therapy is begun, the Shadow Self is typically the first on the checklist.  We also have a Higher Self and our Higher Self helps guide us through these shadows by shedding light on them.  Our Higher Self may be accessed through spiritual practices like; Meditation, Yoga, Breath-work, Crystal healing, Sound healing, Prayer, Visualizations, Journaling and so on and so forth.

Journaling is an excellent way to have a dialogue between your Higher Self and Shadow Self. When we feel spells of low self esteem and depression, we are being dragged down into the depths of ourselves to focus on our Shadows before resurfacing.

Collective Shadow

And similar styles of tapping into the quantum field, cosmic mind and your highest and most best good. Our Ego is worried about 3D finite and tangible things. Once we do spiritual work to dissolve our Ego and re-write our story, we find that our higher self has been a spiritual guide for us all along helping guide us back to our spiritual path in healing and happiness. For as humans, we are more than flesh encapsulated egos — we are part of a collective consciousness of the cosmic mind and we have been given opportunities on our journey here is to re-member.

Shadow Work

Practicing ignorance of our shadow self can harm our relationships with ourselves, partners, family members and dear friends. It can also negatively impact our professional relationships and our abilities to be sovereign and self-leading. What we deny in ourselves, we see reflected back to us from others as a projection. Our shadow is a defense mechanism for our ego, it is a shield to protect our masks (how we perceive ourselves).

Working with our shadow allows us to dive into psychological projections of ourselves onto others by bringing the disowned parts of ourselves into direct light (awareness). We begin by recognizing our behavior, how we view ourselves and parts of ourselves it is time to own and connect to. It is a way of finding our authentic self by relinquishing the false identity we have built for ourselves to hide behind.

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3D

3D and Energy

3D and Energy

In our society, we are relentlessly advertised to and encouraged to conspicuously consume because we have programmed ourselves to collect “stuff,” to love “stuff” and to attach to “stuff” to feel the “fittest” and thus the more we consume and find validation in our “stuff.” The less focus we have on what really matters (energy), the more energy we focus on “matter” by plugging into a program of conspicuous control by the 3D physical world.

A system of control such as this promotes fear of loss, anxiety, competition rather than collaboration, distress, dis-ease and lack of self-worth. The beauty of programming is, it can be re-written. It’s actually quite a divine process and we will be going into it in more detail down the road. For now, it’s important to understand we live in the dawn of a new age, the Age of Ascension. Our planet is amongst 383 other planets of Ascension and it is our time to rise. But how….?

We begin with awareness. In life, it is imperative when seeking to change anything about ourselves, environment and choices (our personal reality) we must first bring awareness to the areas we want to change in our personality. Living in a 3D world where everything is perceived as energy allows space to bring intentional awareness to various aspects of our lives, rather than be tied up in a world of attachment to “stuff.” For, when everything is energy, no-thing matters because when you shed more light on the matter you see that it’s is ENERGY!

What we give thought to, we give energy, movement and life to. Energy is the catalyst to motion, thus energy in motion is “e-motion.” Our human brain responds to an event, generates a thought, integrates an emotional response, sends out the energetic imprint of what is happening and the energy is stored in the body or released into the ether.

When we accept we live in a quantum reality, we choose to move out of a victim mindset and into the co-creation space of infinite possibilities. Where the subjective mind can cause objective changes and the “viewer” becomes the “receiver.” For in the simplest form of it all, our brains and neurons are merely receivers of information.

Energy in motion = Emotion

Our nervous systems regulate our emotions. Our endocrine system regulates our hormones. Together, they regulate our bodily functions — Neuroendocrinologically. This means, our 3D body is ran by its emotional responses to whether an event, situation, person or thing is a friend or foe. When we choose to stay in a state of distress, promoting dis-ease we find that we begin to experience pain.

We begin to experience pain during chronic periods of stress because we are unable to digest emotions while being stuck in a long-term space of “fight-or-flight.” Our emotions outside of our immediate stress response; love, compassion, grief, happiness, joy… these are are neuroendocrinologically barricaded and stored in the body until the body is able to connect to them in a state of “rest-and-digest” and “ease.”

So how do we go from a state of “fight-or-flight” to a space of “rest-and-digest?” Energetically of course. Why? Because in a quantum reality everything is waves and streams of conscious energy floating around in ethereal space. If everything is energy and not matter and all that matters is energy, how do we energetically halt the brakes on the stress response? Remember, Energy in motion = E-motion and when we want to change an aspect of our personal realities we must first change our personality. We begin with bringing awareness to our emotions.

More on this in the next article.

 

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3D

3D and Ease

Rest-and-Digest

When the “rest-and-digest” programming of the Autonomic Nervous System is activated, our body finds itself in a state of “ease.” Our blood pressure returns to a more homestatic state, built-up tension we had is released, our adrenal glands are given time to catch up with our body’s demand before the next threat and we find our digestion, mentality and overall outlook on life is vibrating at a higher frequency. When we are in a state of “rest-and-digest” we find that we are generally happier, healthier and much less worried about “us” vs “them.” We take ourselves out of a 3D reality of worry about the emotional attachments we have to our “stuff” and open ourselves up to other dimensions of experience(s).

One of these potential dimensions of experience is “Divine Sovereignty.” Our bodies are sovereign in their own rite, we have the capacity to experience the most wonderful, ultimately powerful moments. When we are constantly focusing our energy on the belief “If this… then that,” we take ourselves out of our sovereign field of “NOW” energy of creative potential and re-weave ourselves back into a linear life of attachment to matter and fear of loss, when in the reality… matter doesn’t matter and time exists outside of straight lines.

What in Life really Matters?

But wait…. in a 3D reality, isn’t everything energy? The Newtonian Model of Physics supposes that in life… there is a cause and effect. If this happens….then this will happen; If I don’t do A… then B. Yet, this supports a victimized belief we are a spectator to our own lives, all that matters is matter and when we lose what we think matters we emotionally crave more “stuff” yet feel less worthy of love and compassion.

The Newtonian Model of Matter has had its time to shine, now we turn to the limelight of the fundamental theory of Quantum Mechanics of Energy. It is becoming more widely accepted to believe in Zero Point energy, the idea our thoughts create our reality and the subjective mind can cause changes in the objective world. In the third dimension, where we feel ruled by our attachment to the material… it’s time to be-live we are more than what we think “matters.” In order to change what we think matters, we must first understand what constitutes as “matter.”

With the Quantum Theory — everything is energy. Why? Because scientific evidence now supports the idea that our atoms are 99.999999999999….% space and actually 0.000000000001% solid, matter. This is because the speed at which an electron moves creates a light frequency that appears to have a solid structure. When in fact, everything is a conscious wave of information given to us by variation of light patterns and sounds.

So, is the anatomy of an atom solid, or space? Well… it’s both and neither… it’s ENERGY! An electron carries an electrical charge and orbits the atom giving it “form.” The various forms of electrons orbiting each atom bumps up against each other and the collision of the energetic reaction is a product we see as “stuff.” It is the illusion of this “stuff” which our survival instincts rely on for validating our safety.

Yet, if all this “stuff” doesn’t matter and is actually energy, what does this have to do with stress and our ability to perceive stress? Remember, our body as our subconscious mind and has been programmed to the survival tendency of finding comfort and safety in “stuff” because “stuff” can be held on to, it’s finite and tangible. This programming served us in a world of competition of survival resources for “us” vs “them” and “survival of the fittest.”

More on this in the next article.

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3D

3D and Dis-Ease

In a 3D reality, is everything energy? We as human beings, tend to expend an enormous amount of energy on our body while living in a mental world of fear and attachment. We project outside of us what we directly feel inside of us and find comfort in the material world of stuff and hold onto it for fear we may fall. The irony is, life is a free fall and baby we are going ethereal.

In a 3D reality, we emotionally attach ourselves to our stuff and attach anxiety to losing our stuff. We build fear around the idea life is all about competition and surviving the notion it is us versus them. In doing so, we feed our mindstate with fear of loss, distress and dis-ease. We see our bodies as densifications of light and we fill ourselves with fright, if this… then that… or as Newton taught us cause and effect. Our fear of losing our stuff to them fills our physical bodies with distress and the wheel of insanity continues to spin. Our bodies undergo extensive periods of chronic distress, promoting dis-ease and we find ourselves depressed and consuming more stuff to fill the void. So what is distress?

D I S T R E S S

When a stressor presents itself our bodies biochemically respond to fear with a cascade of hormones and in it’s defense, our fight-or-flight stress response is emotionally triggered. A stressor is anything that can cause strain or tension and in this article I will refer to them as something that can activate our stress response in our brain. Any stressor that produces an emotional response of distress promotes dis-ease in our physical bodies.

How do stressors promote dis-ease?

Our brains are hard-wired to adapt and survive our external environment and our body is programmed to respond appropriately to stimuli. When we live in a 3D reality of anxiety fed by our fear of loss to the material world we hold most dear, our body will respond to see others as threats to our surival. Our body is our subconscious mind and so in time, we program our survival instincts subconsciously. The more stressors and tension we respond with to our environment, the less ease and relaxation we feel. The less ease we feel, the more dis-ease(s) will present themselves.

Let’s say, you woke up late for a college exam and cannot find your car keys. We may begin to think terrible thoughts and negative emotions toward this specific event. The thoughts we send our body about the way we perceive these potential stressors, is all regulated by a nuclei in our brain called the Amygdala. The Amygdala is in charge of emotionally processing events and communicates closely with another nuclei called the Hypothalamus. Upon experiencing a stressor that may disrupt a state of feeling safe, the Amygdala sends out a distress signal to the Hypothalamus. As the communication center for the body, the Hypothalamus regulates our fight-or-flight and rest-and-digest systems in the body. These systems regulate involuntary autonomic nervous system functions such as;

Blood Pressure

Heart Rate

Blood Vessels and Bronchiole Dilation and Constriction

Pupillary Dilation and Constriction

Respiratory Rate

In other words, our perception of stressors regulates how much blood, oxygen and nutrients are assimilated into the whole body at any given moment. The more distress perceived by the brain, the longer the body stays in fight-or-flight mode, the longer we experience an emotional state of dis-ease, the longer our stress hormones are dumped into the system, the harder the system has to recover to get back to a baseline and ease state of rest-and-digest where the blood, oxygen and nutrients may be assimilated and integrated into the body.

Visualize your body as a car, the vehicle of your soul. The rest-and-digest system are the brakes for your car and the fight-or-flight system is the gas pedal. Distress signals from the Amygdala tell the Hypothalamus it’s time to put the gas pedal to the floor with sudden bursts of energy to help us in the 3D with survival.

Fortunately, this system has helped us survive since the dawn of our species. Unfortunately, this system can be harmful to the body if left “on” for long periods of time and can cause symptoms of depression, adrenal fatigue, tension headaches, indigestion, increased cortisol levels, increased cholesterol levels, increased blood pressure and the list goes on and on. These symptoms are referred to states of “dis-ease” and can be turned “off” by activating the “rest-and-digest” system.

In the next article I will be discussing the Rest-and-Digest system and how living in a quantum reality where everything that matters is energy, promotes Ease.