The Shambhala Healing Tools
We were sitting outside a cafe: myself and an elderly woman who told me her wrist had been in a cast for 6 mo's. She said, "It hurts and it is not healing". Now I was giving her a treatment with my Solar Form Pendant, letting it weave over her wrist.. One minute into the treatment and she was moved to tears, "The pain is going away!!! The inflammation is going away!!" She didn't expect it to work. No one ever does.
My Shambhala Healing Tools have brought me many benefits, especially the ability to calm my emotions, deeply meditate, vitalize my body and clarify my mind.
Around 2005, I started having night-dreams telling me to go to San Francisco. This went on for maybe 2 months. This kind of thing wasn't entirely new to me. In fact, this was the second time I was guided to California.
I eventually made the trip. And I eventually came upon Archangel Michael's Soul Therapy Center, a healing center in Berkeley, California. It was a loft space staffed by a few monks and nuns, but unusual: it was caucasian westerners, dressed in Tibetan colours, with many crystal healing tools, and meditation music playing throughout the space.
I've seen both. Today technicians are in abundance, and healers are sorely needed.
So what is the difference? A technician, in my definition, is someone who isn't really going beyond their training. They stick to the protocols they were shown, don't generally have an intuitive sense of the body (because they weren't taught to appreciate it's wisdom or ways), and may even buy into fear-based views like, 'The brain doesn't make new brain cells after a certain age'. They work from their intellect, which is useful, but isn't the full range of their abilities - because we all have intuition.
In contrast, healers have an intuitive sense of the body, how it works, and they may even do awareness practices, like meditation. Healers also *trust* their intuition and work to develop this with things like meditation, shamanic states or even plant medicines. Plus they don't fear the natural world, or things like death or child-birth. They have faith in life, and they know that they don't *know* anything. They realize that whatever learnings they have are just a mental map, and a map is never the territory.
"Sound and Color are the fastest ways to raise consciousness".
I heard this a while back, and I believe it is true. And especially as my sensitivity continued to grow, I began to notice color's effects on us. It's really about balancing our chakric energies - a chakra can be under-energized or over-energized. These are the 7 energy centers that run down the center of your body. Each one has a corresponding gland - your endocrine system.
So how do we use color to heal from things like digestive issues? or anxiety? or depression? or even fatigue?