Supporting and Encouraging Your Inner Journey

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With Pearls Consciousness Journeys

Contemplative exercises for people to increase self-understanding and self-knowledge of their Union with the Divine. Based on these principles:
1. Your outer world of form and experience is a reflection of your inner world
of thoughts and feelings. As above, so below. As within, so without.
2. The greater your awareness of the Presence of God within you, the more
that Presence fills your consciousness.
3. The deeper your understanding of Spirit as the Source, Substance, and
Activity in the world, the more permanently that Truth will be etched in
your consciousness.
4. It is your spiritual consciousness—your Knowledge of the Presence of God
within you as total and complete fulfillment—that interprets itself as every
form or experience in your world. (Based on the principles of John Randolph Price in The Abundance Book). Learn more…

Fire

Fire is the central element of a Havan,  a sacred ritual in which offerings are made to the fire, while mantras are recited. This combination invokes energies such as devotion, gratitude, service, compassion, humility, and strength. Learn more…

 

Photo Credit: Brad Vanlandingham

Air 

Breathing is probably the most valuable skill people have. And, today, skill is not an exaggeration. In a culture of stress and anxiety,  breathing must be learned.  When learned in the context of Personal Aliveness, breathing is indeed a skill. People can learn to breathe energy (prana, chi, ki) with every inhalation, along with the air. It is in fact more important to breathe prana than air. Learn more…

Photo Credit: Brad Vanlandingham

Earth

Earth practices are those that impact the body directly. They includes doing physical exercise, eating or abstaining from eating, being able to provide for the body through mastering money and career, connecting to inner vibrations through percussion or dancing, and receiving bodywork. Learn more…

 

Energy Healing: Jharra and Reiki

Jharra, meaning “sweep” in Sanskrit, is a healing technique in which the practitioner silently repeats mantras while sweeping peacock feathers over a person’s body. This sweeping-with-mantra clears out dis-harmony and allows natural harmony and balance to be restored. Learn more…