NIKKI COLOMBO: “What We Look Like From The Other Dimensions!”

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When you’re ready, your spirit introduces itself to you.

It is a tiny ball of golden light spiraling toward you with an etheric flowing kinda smokey tail flowing side to side.

I’m guessing that’s why they call it “The Holy Ghost”

You can be in prayer or meditation, or even an NDE/ Near Death Experience for this.

We are all light, everything is light deriving from sound frequency coming from the 3 fold Trinity Flame/Ray/Dimension which is comprised of Blue, Gold and Magenta colours of the original sound field from the original source.

The Sacred Space Of The Heart

Did you know you can move your spirit around your body?  Leave the mind and enter into your sacred space of your heart only to discover the direct connection to the Creator/God source?  It is a timeless dimension of consciousness.

The Hopi Indians, The Kogi, The Maoris and most indigenous peoples of the world are aware of this.

Try this technique from Living In The Heart by Drunvalo Melchizedek.

Close your eyes and imagine your golden ball of light, your personal spirit inside the center of your brain, the pineal gland.

Take deep breaths from your diaphragm, feel the hardness of the bones in your head, take a few minutes and FEEL this, then place your spirit in a glass elevator and slide your spirit down to your throat, FEEL the softness of the tissue all around you and sit in this space, take your time and breath, look up in your elevator, now slide your spirit back up to your pineal gland and FEEL the hardness of your head.

Do this 3 times.

Now do this again but when you slide down to your throat after sitting there for a moment, slide your spirit down to your heart.

Do this 3 more times but on the forth time enter the membrane of your heart and sit in your sacred space of your heart.

If it is dark ask there to be light, you might seem tiny at first and see huge dark blue all around you and you might see your chambers of your heart above you, they will look gigantic.

After practicing this technique you might find yourself up in space looking at the stars and cosmos from a 360 degree angle.

This is an awesome feeling!

There, in this space, you have left your body and melted in with God source consciousness, it is a beautiful sight to behold and you can feel ultimate reverence for all life everywhere.

Here in this special sacred space of your heart is your direct connection to GOD!

Those of us with a certain genetic code will resonate with this more than others, for those who don’t, give it time and take what resonates with you and leave the rest.

As always, in love for all life, gratitude and Namaste.

 

 

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Nikki ColomboAbout the author: Nikki Colombo experienced a full blown spontaneous Kundalini Rising event in 2007 that catapulted a “Starseed Awakening” opening her third eye to perceive multidimensional realities and communication with the Evolutionary forces of Light known as the Melchizedek Guardians. Her spiritual mission is to support humanity through its evolution with education and awareness and by consulting the impacts of the energy shifts upon the planet, and human consciousness. She is an Empath, Intuitive, Spiritual Guide and Healer, NDE- Near Death Experiencer, a Walk In, Researcher, Writer, Psychic, Astrologist, Numerologist, Contactee, ET Experiencer, Chakra Clearer, Starseed and Tarot Reader. You can personal message me for Private Consultations, Guest Workshops, Retreats and Events. I perform all intuitive guidance under the most inspirational, Spiritual and Sacred Insight to ensure the highest value it is delivered to my clients serving you with the full extent of my knowledge, wisdom, skills and talents.
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MORAG: “Everything is Energy”

Think of energy frequency and vibration

There are many rumours, channellings, theories and questions buzzing round at the moment.  For some this cosmic quantum leap of Gaia is a stretch too far, they feel safer with the status quo.  For others the rumours, ancient myths and legends, offer hope of a better future.

Once we transition to energy as our main source of information about people and places a whole new world opens up.  It’s the same world but we interpret it differently.
A homeless person becomes an aura, an energy field of colours and resonance, just as a banker stops being a suit, we see through the matrix camouflage to truth.

This is third eye activation, heart led thinking and throat chakra opening.  We can encourage this transition by tuning into our hidden senses, the ones that read energy not appearance.  People often say they ‘had a bad feeling about a person, event or place’.  This is intuition.  This is third eye sight. Trust these hunches, they are more reliable than anything our eyes tell us.

Through meditation we can expand our consciousness, open doors of perception to encourage flow of energy throughout our whole mind body spirit beings.  We will create synaptic grooves in our brains, new ways to interpret and understand the world around us.

We can actively deprogramme from matrix algorithms by avoiding mainstream media with its fear mongering and capitalist corporate agenda.  Finding the courage to reveal who we truly are and to view our world as energy changes us at a DNA level.  Strands activated, triggered and brought online.

We are in a pressure cooker on Gaia with cosmic events cranking up the frequencies around us day by day.  We can transform, we can raise our frequencies to match the incoming waves of quantum enlightenment.

Use the internet as source of verifiable information.  Trust your instincts about the people you meet here.  This is where the ordinairy folk hang out.  Not the elite with their dark agendas.  Like anywhere else, being streetwise in the cyber world is advised.  We wouldn’t choose to walk down a dark alley, late at night in this world so don’t do it in cyber land.

Trust the energy that vibrates from people, from information and sources.  Look for what resonates.  Follow your sixth sense down the rabbit hole of discovery.  The answers aren’t in the established narrative, they are in the stories, the feelings, the experiences of ordinary people, the internet is where we can share.

We are riding profound waves of awakening.  Tune into your secret being, the energy that runs through everything.  Trust instincts, gut feelings and whispers in your heart.  This is you as an energetic being, responding and interacting with the energy fields around you.  This is quantum existence.  This is the future. In love and light beautiful people.

Mantra:  I breathe in light, positive energy, I release dark, heavier energy, I embrace myself as an energetic being.

 

By Morag at awakening5dhealing on Facebook wordpress and youtube.

 

 

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MORAG: “Pink Full Moon April 2017”

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Five days till our April pink full moon, a chance for fresh starts, new beginnings.  The proximity of Jupiter heralds luck and positive potential.  Quick manifestation keeps us on our toes.  Great global changes are occurring behind the scandalous scenes of global politics.

The matrix is being decommissioned, layer by layer.  Our insight and understanding will clear and sharpen as these shifts in the energetic cloak around planet earth take hold.

Capitalise on the energy of full moon cosmic wavelengths.  Meditate love frequency.  Connect, breathe, tune up your third eye for guidance.  Power up heart, throat and solar plexus chakras for compassion, confidence and core strength.

We are entering a period of intense recalibration, this will last several months.  Prepare by learning to listen to your body, what does it need, want, to be healthy?  Connect to it, see it as an integral part of you, use kind language when speaking of or to your body.

Avoid criticising or flooding our systems with self hatred.  The matrix thrives on our insecurities, our self loathing and inferiority complexes.  The matrix creates vulnerability and exploits it ruthlessly.  Break this programming apart.  Rebuild the links and connectedness between our minds, bodies and souls.  Reignite this magical trinity of alignment by being kind and loving to our whole selves.

We are experiencing profound changes, our carbon based systems shedding heavy karma, matrix toxins and denser vibrations, transforming us to a crystalline structure for higher planes of existence.  Connecting with love for ourselves is a key part of this transition, embrace who you are.  Celebrate yourself. Be kind to yourself.

Mantra: I love my mind, I love my body, I love my soul.  In gratitude, I am a sovereign being connected to a magical world of wonder.  Namaste.

 

 

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MORAG: “Energy Waves”

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The energies are high friends.  Meditate love frequency.  Keep your vibrations raised with love, gratitude and compassion.

Make a wish!  Today is a day for manifestation, what do you want, who do you want to be, where do you want to be?  Lock into these emotions, breathe into them, believe and be present.

Balance chakras, release tension, dance, laugh, hug and share love.

Mantra: I connect to universal love frequency, I strengthen, balance and clear each chakra, I am peace, I am quantum, I am love.  Namaste.

 

 

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TANAAZ (Forever Conscious): “5 Power Poses that Can Boost Your Mood”

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The way you carry yourself and your posture says a lot about your personality and your current mindset.

When you are in a bad mood or feeling insecure, it is common to hunch over and look down or at your feet. When you are in a bright and confident mood however, your shoulders are often pulled back and you can hold your head up high.

Your posture not only reflects how you are feeling but it can also influence how you are feeling. When you become aware of how you are holding your body in space, you can make a few tweaks and experience the boost of emotions that follows.

One of the most famous poses for boosting your mood is the power pose. By standing with your chest puffed out, your head held high and your hands on your hips- like superman, you can send a wave of feel good hormones all through your body.

In fact, your posture can actually effect cortisol levels in the brain, which can influence your stress levels and change the way that you feel about yourself.

When you stand in the power pose, for just a few minutes a day, it can help to activate your power center and to make you feel more confident.

On a spiritual level, standing up tall can actually help the flow of energy to move through you without any blockages or awkward curves to navigate through.

Power posing is a great technique that you can use before walking into a business meeting, audition or job interview. It is also a great technique you can do at anytime to gain more confidence and inner strength.

Here are 5 other power poses that you can use to boost your mood:

 

1.  Pose of Gratitude

We all know how powerful the emotion of gratitude can be. Stand tall with your arms stretched up to the ceiling in V-shape, almost like you are doing a big stretch. Look up to the sky and say thank you, thank you, thank you. Hold this position for 3-4 breaths.

2.  Pose of Love

To bring more loving energy into your life, stand straight with your hands over your heart in a prayer position. Take a deep breath and then open your arms wide out to the side as you exhale. As your arms are stretched out, open your chest out to the world. Make sure your shoulders are back and not rounded. Bring your hands back into prayer position and repeat this movement 3 times at a fairly quick pace.

3.  Pose of Receiving

To receive abundance or energy from the Universe, stand tall with your shoulders back and your feet hip distance apart. Stretch your arms out in front of you at shoulder height with your palms facing upwards. Almost like you are receiving a gift. Keep your chin up and breath deeply here for 4-5 breaths.

4.  Pose of Calm

To calm any anger or frustration, stand tall with your feet wide apart but with your knees relaxed. Place your hands in prayer position over your heart. Close your eyes and hold this position for 6 deep breaths.

5.  Pose of Joy

To feel waves of joy and happiness, stand tall with your feet a little wider than hip distance apart. Stretch your arms out to the side and put your thumbs up. Smile and stand in this pose for 4-5 breaths.

Try these poses and see if they make a difference to your mood and overall feelings. You can also practice hand positions or mudras as well. Here is some popular mudras you can try-

Mudras for Healing

Mudras for Emotions

~via ForeverConscious.com

SAMUEL GENTOKU MCCREE: “20 Ways Sitting In Silence Can Completely Transform Your Life”

20 Ways Sitting In Silence Can Transform Your Life

“Silence is a source of great strength.”  ~Lao Tzu

 

For over two years I spent one out of every four weeks in silence.  At the time I was living at a Zen Monastery and every month we would have a week-long silent retreat.

During this retreat we sat meditation in silence, ate in silence, worked in silence, and only communicated through hand gestures and written notes.

At first living like this was hard, but over time I learned to grow to appreciate silence.  By the time I left I learned that silence was my friend and teacher.

What did silence teach me?

1. Satisfaction

I used to think I needed to watch TV every night.  But at monastery I went without and discovered I didn’t need it.

Silence taught me to be happy with less. 

Pick something that’s weighing you down and let it go.  Your life will thank you.

2. Expression

When you can only talk by writing a note, you only say what’s important.  Before the monastery I talked a lot but said little.

Silence taught me that a few simple words well spoken have more power than hours of chatter. 

Think of one simple thing you can say that would help someone feel better and say it.

3. Appreciation

Being able to speak makes life easy, but when I couldn’t talk I learned how much I relied on others.

Silence taught me to appreciate the value of relating to others.  

The next time you see your friends or family, try to really listen.  Deep listening expresses deep appreciation.

4. Attention

Several times at my first retreat I thought my phone was vibrating.  But then I would remember I didn’t have my phone.  It showed me how my phone divided my attention.

Silence taught me how important it is to let go of distractions. 

The next time you are with someone you care about, try turning off your phone and putting it away.  It will make paying attention easier.

5. Thoughts

I once sat a retreat next door to a construction project.  What amazed me was how easily my thoughts drowned out the noise.  I realized if my thoughts were this loud, I’d better make them as wise as possible.

Silence taught me the importance of shaping my thinking.

Take time each day to notice your thoughts and let go of thoughts that don’t serve you.

6. Nature

Because I sat retreat in every season, I know that the sound of wind in fall is different than it is in winter.

Silence taught me to notice nature.

Take a short walk outside in silence and you’ll discover the wisdom and peace that nature has to offer.

7. Body

During retreat I noticed that whenever I got lost in thought, I lost track of my body.  And when I focused on my body, my thoughts would calm down.

Silence taught me to be in my body. 

Close your eyes and ask, “What sensations do I feel in my hand?”  Learning to feel your body can calm your troubled mind.

8. Overstimulation

Whenever I went into town after retreat, the world seemed so loud and fast.  I came to realize how much our senses have to process most of the time.

Silence taught me the importance of reducing the stimulation. 

Enjoy some quiet time everyday.  The less you see and hear, the more settled your mind can become.

9. Sound

People would come to the monastery and remark how quiet it was.  But living at the monastery I knew all the noises, from frogs, to owls, to the sound of sandals on the sidewalk.

Silence taught me that the world is a rich texture of sounds. 

Sit in front of your house and close your eyes.  You’ll be amazed at what you hear if you listen long enough.

10. Humanity

During retreat I was surrounded by imperfect people who were doing their best.  Some were happy, some were sad, but all were wonderfully human.

Silence taught me that people display great beauty. 

Find a good spot to people watch with an open heart.  What you see may inspire you.

11. Space

For a long time anytime something difficult came up, I would just distract myself.  But retreat taught me that if I avoided something it would never go away.

Silence taught me that space helps me face hard times. 

The next time you face something difficult, pause and honor whatever is arising.

12. Love

I used to think love was this big thing.  But in retreat I found that I felt love for so many things.

Silence taught me that love can be simple. 

Think of someone you haven’t said I love you to recently and tell them.

13. Courage

I used to think courage was about facing danger, but during retreat I realized that real courage is about facing yourself.

Silence taught me the courage it takes to be still. 

When we stop moving everything we’re running from catches up.  The next time you are afraid, stop and wait for it to pass.  There is immense courage inside your heart.

14. Perseverance

Every retreat reminded me that speaking is easy, but staying quiet is hard.

Silence isn’t flashy, but it has an immense power to endure. 

The next time someone doubts you, instead of disagreeing, silently vow not to give up.  Action speaks volumes.

15. Faith

I often ask for reassurance or feedback.  But living is silence meant I had to trust my instincts.

Silence taught me to have faith in myself. 

The next time you begin to feel anxious, sit in silence and see if you can find the space of deep faith that lives in your heart.

16. Honesty

I used to lie so I wouldn’t have to explain myself.  But when I couldn’t talk I began to notice this impulse and how much it degraded my integrity.

Silence taught me the importance of telling the truth. 

Notice times where you tell little lies and try telling the truth instead.  It isn’t always easy but it’s the first step to trusting ourselves and others. 

17. Gratitude

During retreat I didn’t have a lot of comforts.  It helped me see how much I took for granted and how much I had to be grateful for.

At the end of every day sit in silence and ask yourself what am I grateful for. 

You’ll be amazed at the blessings you discover.

18. Simplicity

I used to love drama and conflict. But at retreat I found I was happier when I kept it simple.

Silence taught me that simplicity and joy are close companions. 

Pick one space in your home you could simplify.  Keep it simple for one month and enjoy the ease it offers your life.

19. Connection

I used to think I had to talk in order to feel connected.  I realized during retreat that I can feel connected just by being near people I care about.

Silence taught me that words can get in the way. 

Do something in silence with someone you love.  It will be awkward at first but eventually you will see what it means just to be in someone presence.

20. Truth

I studied philosophy in college and I thought I could read about truth.  But retreat taught me that truth is found in silence.

Silence has taught me a deeper truth than words ever could. 

Sit in silence once a week and feel the truth in your heart.  It’s there whether you can express it in words or not.

 

 

About the author: Samuel “Gentoku” McCree is a Mindful Fitness thought leader, personal trainer, and mindful living coach from Portland, OR. He trained for two years at a Zen monastery, is an endurance athlete, and founder of MindFitMove. You can find his blog and a free Ebook on Your Sexy Brain at mindfitmove.com.  ~via BodyMindSoulSpirit.com

 

CHING HAI: “The Ego Separates Us From Our True Self”

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Wisdom is really important; and ego, we have to cut it.  The less ego, the better.  It is a pity because we don’t really need this ego.  The ‘I’ that knows everything already, the ‘I that is expert in this and specialist in that we don’t need all that.  Because if we don’t have them, then we are more smart.  We will become more intelligent, smarter, really.

The only reason I can do many things well and that everyone likes is because, perhaps, I have very little ego or none.  I keep checking myself to see if any ego pops up.  Perhaps the reason that your ego doesn’t go away is because you don’t have the chance to rub with other people, like no one checks you, no one fixes you; no one tells you what’s wrong with you because you don’t do anything with other people.  Or, you are in a very high position outside in the society, like you are a boss or some director, manager, whatever; you are the one who tells everyone what to do all the time, and no one ever talks back at you.  Also, sometimes even as a practitioner, you have no chance to be corrected by anyone else.  But don’t be offended; cut that ego off.  Okay?

It’s not enough that you meditate.  You’ve got to be exposed to many situations to grow up.  You have to go out and also react to the reality in order to have more intelligence.  Meditation helps also, but if you don’t have a chance to polish it, then it doesn’t work.

If anyone at all scolds you, or even wrongly accuses you, be thankful for that person.  That’s good for your humility, actually; and even if it’s not true, it’s also good for you.  At that time, you check yourself out and then you know how much ego you have.  If at that time you just still say, “Oh, I’m such a good person, why does he say like this and like this?”  And you complain all day, and then you’ll begin to hate that person, then still it’s no good.  Anyway, if someone corrects you in any way, that’s really good for you.  You learn from that mistake, and you become better and better.

No one is bad, just ego is bad.  Truly the egos is the worst enemy of everyone.  Many people like to keep it, that’s the problem.  If you listen to this ego too much, you forget your great Self, your intelligent Self, your wise wisdom Self.  That is the only problem.  It’s a pity if you keep listening to the ego, like you know too much and all that.  Then you don’t know your real Self.  The main problem is the ego separates us from our true Self, from the one who truly knows everything.  If we just think we know everything about this world, then we don’t know our Self.  That’s the greatest problem with the ego.

The ego is the greatest enemy.  Sometimes the ego destroys a marriage, destroys a relationship, destroys a friendship, destroys the love between mother and son, or father and daughter even, because the ego causes conflict all the time — doesn’t want to do anything that is pleasing to the mother or father or pleasing to the partner, just wants to do the thing that causes trouble.  Day after day like this, if a partner always causes trouble, then of course the relationship is broken.  You cannot remember anything but bad things about each other — bad souvenirs, bad happening, bad events, bad result — and never good.  So, of course the relationship cannot live this way, the marriage cannot continue.

This is just physically speaking.  Talking about the spiritual level, of course you’re even far away from your Self.  If you’re clinging to your worldly know-how a little bit, even if you don’t even know enough and you think you know a lot, and you just cling to that, then you don’t know your Self.  For example, if you have something in front of you, like even just a thin curtain, you cannot see yourself through the mirror.  But if that thin curtain falls down, then you can see yourself clearly.  This is the ego problem.  It just stands between people; it stands between your real Self and anything else that comes near you.  Then it makes everything damaged or ruined or distorted; it is not the real thing anymore.

It’s a pity.  This is not the thing we should keep.  It’s our enemy.  The little knowledge that we think we know — that is not our true knowledge.  The ego is really hard to get rid of, very, very hard; and it ruins many things in this world.  It causes war.  It causes enemies and hatred, and ruin of nations.  The people who have no ego never want to war with anyone because they can see through the uselessness of those things.  So, ego is the worst enemy of everyone in this world.

Animals, they don’t have ego.  True dogs, for example, don’t have any ego.  They are so pure, that’s why they can love you every minute.  Even if you just scold them, they come with wagging tail immediately, the moment you come and love them.  They never hold any hatred within their heart for a second.  You can see that.  So if you want to see the egoless being, look at the dog.  Truly it’s like that.

Most animals don’t have ego at all, until humans interfere and ruin their nature.  That’s the problem.  We humans not only ruin ourselves by our little so-called knowledge of the world, but we also ruin nature, and we also ruin animals.  We force them into crazy behavior.  I observed it all and I know it.  It’s the truth.  I’m not just telling it from books — it is truly like that.

 

 

~via HowToExitTheMatrix.com