We are all sent here to EXPERIENCE, to make the Divine Consciousness more whole and complete. We can help to answer the questions: What does it mean to be human? What are these emotions? What does this version of consciousness feel like? What is Love and can it really conquer all?
As humans, we forget The Experience, the Divine Play. We get wrapped up in it. We identify with our role and forget that we are all merely actors, cells in the right hand of God.
How do we get back to our Essence?
Forget attachment to the results of ANYTHING. Let go of the EGO. Simply play your part as one piece of the greater whole. Experience and savor every moment, every emotion, every thought, every THING — “good” or “bad”. Want money? OK. Go for it, but don’t make it your sole purpose. Want a family? Experience the joy of that sacred community but don’t let it own you. In all things material, work for the greater good and keep in mind that moderation is the key. And if the mind experiences suffering, then attachment and ego are involved. So check yo’self before you wreck yo’self.
We are the wave and the ocean. Remember.
It seems that life is changing so quickly these days. From the predicted amount of snow to the actual amount that falls to the ground, it’s hard to know which way is up some days. They say this is the way it will be in these times and only those that can stand on their heads will be able to see which way is up. The Gita says that life is like a public inn, people come and people go and there is no need for attachment. And I agree. But these little gems of wisdom can be difficult to accept at times, for sure.
“One does not become enlightened by imagining beings of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” — Carl Jung
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Shakti personifies the divine feminine creative power and is the highest creative and healing force in the universe. Shakti is the essence of health, happiness and a meaningful life. Shakti is primordial cosmic energy that moves through the entire universe, dependent on no one but interdependent with all things.
Each time Shakti takes on a new form, we give her a new name. Yoga philosophy describes three main forms of Shakti as related to the body, mind and spirit:
- Prana Shakti which governs all physical actions, organs and functions. Asanas (yoga postures) and Pranayama (yogic breathing techniques) help develop prana shakti.
- Chitta shakti which rules all mental functions, including intelligence, thinking, emotions, memory, desires, etc. Self inquiry and meditation techniques help develop chitta shakti.
- Atma shakti is spiritual energy that pushes us on in pursuit of higher consciousness and spiritual realization.
Shakti Healing Therapies is dedicated to providing you with the tools to create more Shakti in every aspect of your life — from your personal health to uncovering your life purpose to reaching your highest spiritual aspirations.