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An Ascended Master is a being who protects the earth-plane, who brings truth and wisdom and who aids in the evolution of mankind. Their teachings elevate our spiritual awareness while emphasizing that we are capable of an equal degree of wisdom, power and understanding.Top
Being of Devic, Crystal, Angelic Kingdom
These are the different forms taken to communicate with the intelligence of these different kingdoms. A being of the Devic Kingdom is best described as a deva or nature spirit and operates as a communication bridge between man and nature intelligence. A being of the Crystal Kingdom shares the wisdom of crystals and their form, function and healing abilities. A being of the Angelic Kingdom shares wisdom and guidance from the angelic (or non-Earth) realms.
If other realms are to communicate what it knows to an individual, it may create form through which this communication can flow. The “appearance” of a nature spirit is a response to an individual human being. However, whether seen within the mind’s eye or by the individual’s outer sensory system, the form is equally real. But it is a communication bridge in the form of a fairy, not a fairy with an independent life of its own. When such an event occurs, many tend to overlay it with expectation and definition rather than understand that this is a bridge from nature intelligence. If one could focus on the communication surrounding such an event rather than get lost in the excitement of the event itself, more would come of the experience; and it would be more useful to them, as well.Top
Bridge Between Worlds
A being that is able to connect with many dimensions, awarenesses, and intelligences with the intent to assist in the sharing of wisdom and guidance, and to enable communication, understanding, and co-creation among many levels of creation.Top
A method of healing the body through detoxification using herbs and other natural ingredients. Cleanses may be general affecting the entire body or focused on a particular organ i.e. liver, colon, bladder, etc.Top
Clustered Water/Indigo Water
Available in concentrated form which is then added to distilled water, Clustered Water is a "super" water used to cleanse, detoxify, energize, and hydrate the physical body at the cellular level to feel and look healthier and happier.
Clustered Water is an organized cluster of water molecules held together by shared hydrogen atoms. These clusters are folded around proteins and the complex is subjected to high frequency vibration through the use of laser and ceramic systems. The protein base is then extracted. This particular characteristic allows it to pass freely through cell walls, delivering oxygen, nutrients, protein chains, enzymes while removing the toxic buildup that accumulates in the cell. As a result, Clustered Water energizes the body, hydrates cells and organs, helps remove waste and toxins from cells, and helps boost nutrition absorption. Research has shown that the lack of this specific form of water is responsible for cellular aging and cellular problems.Top
Any disruption in the natural flow of life force energy that is creating imbalance.Top
An essential oil is a concentrated, hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aromatic compounds extracted from plants. It may be produced by distillation, expression, or solvent extraction. Essential oil may also be referred to as "oil of" the raw plant material from which it was extracted, such as oil of clove. The term essential is intended to indicate that the oil is the fragrant essence of the plant from which it is extracted. Essential oils are used in perfumery, aromatherapy, cosmetics, incense, for flavoring food and drink, in medicine and household cleaning products.Top
Great White Brotherhood
The name "White Brotherhood" has been used for this group for centuries. It was coined by those on the Earth level who first began to consciously work with this group. It is not a name the group chose for itself. It is a name we chose for it. The words "white brotherhood" maintained the intent and integrity of the group, so it has always been acceptable to them. "White" is used to signify all the rays of the light spectrum. "Brotherhood" is used to signify not only the family of all people but also the family of all life.Top
Your very own personal angel that has been with you and known you since birth. Its mission is to protect and to guide you per guidelines prescribed by you prior to entering this lifetime or incarnation. Every soul has a guardian angel.Top
Any being who leads or directs an individual. A Guide shares wisdom and guidance without impinging upon the sovereign free-will of an individual. Guides never speak to you of "shoulds" "musts" and "have tos". Guides may take many forms and may change throughout one’s lifetime based on individual needs and personal growth. A guide may be an angel, an ascended master or enlightened being operating in the non-physical (or sometimes physical) realms.Top
Any type of healing method, practice, or technique. For example: Acupuncture, Acupressure, Color Therapy, Crystal Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, Hands-On healing, Holographic Repatterning, Hypnosis, Hydrotherapy, Jin Shin Jyutsu, MAP, Massage, Quantum Touch, Raindrop Therapy, Rebirthing, Reiki, Shamanic Journey, Therapeutic Touch, etc.Top Herbal Remedies
Herbalism, also known as phytotherapy, is folk and traditional medicinal practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Finding healing powers in plants is an ancient idea. People in all continents have long used hundreds, if not thousands, of indigenous plants for treatment of various ailments dating back to prehistory.
A number of traditions came to dominate the practice of herbal medicine in the Western world at the end of the twentieth century: The Western, based on Greek and Roman sources, The Ayurvedic from India, and Chinese herbal medicine (Chinese herbology). Many of the pharmaceuticals currently available to Western physicians have a long history of use as herbal remedies, including aspirin, digitalis, and quinine.
The use of and search for drugs and dietary supplements derived from plants have accelerated in recent years. Pharmacologists, microbiologists, botanists, and natural-products chemists are combing the Earth for phytochemicals and leads that could be developed for treatment of various diseases.
All plants produce chemical compounds as part of their normal metabolic activities. These can be split into primary metabolites, such as sugars and fats, found in all plants, and secondary metabolites found in a smaller range of plants, some only in a particular genus or species. It is these secondary metabolites which can have therapeutic actions in humans and which can be refined to produce drugs. Some examples are inulin from the roots of dahlias, quinine from the cinchona, morphine and codeine from the poppy, and digoxin from the foxglove.
A survey released in May 2004 by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine stated that herbal therapy was the most commonly used CAM therapy.Top
Examples of some commonly used herbal medicines:
In the United States, most herbal remedies are regulated as dietary supplements. Those wishing to use herbal remedies should first consult with a physician, as some herbal remedies have the potential to cause adverse drug interactions when used in combination with various prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceuticals. Dangerously low blood pressure may result from the combination of an herbal remedy that lowers blood pressure together with prescription medicine that has the same effect. In particular, many herbs should be avoided during pregnancy.Top
The term Higher Self generally refers to an eternal, conscious, and intelligent being. Often described as a body of White Light that, if connected to, can give a higher, clearer perspective over problems related to human life. You are one of the incarnations that your Higher Self (which is the real you) has sent to garner experiences on the third density, in this case, Earth. When you (this incarnation) die, the energy stream is withdrawn from your physical body. Without the physical constraint, you can now spend more time exploring the other densities until the energy stream is completely absorbed back into the Higher Self. This happens when all of your simultaneous incarnations have achieved their main objectives, at which point you and the rest of you (other incarnations) will merge with the real you (your Higher Self), categorize/analyze/rejoice all your experiences, and move on to higher densities for more spectacular experiences and fun!Top
Homeopathy from the Greek words hómoios (similar) and páthos (suffering), is a system of alternative medicine that strives to treat "like with like" Homeopathy is one type of alternative medicine popular in Europe and India, although less so in the USA, where such therapies have been subject to tighter regulation.
Homeopathy regards named diseases as misleading human constructs and instead treats each case of sickness as a strictly individual phenomenon. Many homeopathic practitioners do not accept conventional diagnoses and view ill-health as when "the flow of energy is impeded" by shocks, poor lifestyle, or mental traumas. The term "homeopathy" was coined by the Saxon physician Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) and first appeared in print in 1807.Top
A form of counseling relying heavily upon intuition or knowing. This form of counseling is not associated with any particular school of thought or religious or theoretical principles. Instead it is used on a case-by-case basis in response to the needs of the individual drawing upon guidance from self and other benevolent beings.Top
An invocation (from the Latin verb invocare "to call on, invoke") is: A supplication, prayer, or command. When a person calls upon a god or goddess to ask for something (protection, a favor, his/her spiritual presence in a ceremony, etc.) or simply for worship, this can be done in a pre-established form or with the invoker's own words. An example of a pre-established text for an invocation is the Lord's Prayer.
In Shamanistic religions, "invocation" means to draw a spirit or Spirit force into ones own body and is differentiated from "evocation", which means to merely ask a spirit or force to become present at a given location.
Invocation can also refer to taking on the qualities of the being invoked, such as the allure of Aphrodite or the ferocity of Kali. In this instance the being is literally called up from within oneself (as an archetype) or into oneself (as an external force), depending on the personal belief system of the invoker.
All religions in general have invocations, like the mantras in Hinduism and Buddhism.Top
Millions of people believe in karma and is a part of many cultures.
Karma isn't about good and evil deeds, since applying those labels would require those judgments, but about positive and negative energy, where negative energy can include things not seen as "being bad" like sadness and fear, and positive energy can be caused by being creative and solving problems as well as by exuding love and doing virtuous acts.
You really are responsible for your actions. There is no outside force like the stars or some good or evil being acting through you. When you are conscious, you are the one who decides what to do. Your actions have results -- you are not just writing on the water -- and those results can be “good” or “bad” depending on the quality of the intention behind the act.
Karma (termed "the law of cause and effect") plays a central role in determining how one's life needs to be. Disabilities, physical or mental impairment or even an unlucky life are due to the choices the spirit makes before incarnating (i.e. being born to a new life).
Karma is a condition inherent to the spirit, either incarnated or not: the consequences of the acts committed by the spirit last beyond the physical life. The choice of a life of hardships is, therefore, a way to perfect qualities that are necessary for the spirit to progress to a higher form.
The idea of karma was popularized in the Western world through the work of the Theosophical Society: if one does good or spiritually valuable acts, one can expect good luck; conversely, if one does harmful things, one can expect bad luck or unfortunate happenings. In this conception, karma is affiliated with the Neopagan law of return or Threefold Law, the idea that the beneficial or harmful effects one has on the world will return to oneself.
Karma (Sanskrit: from the root ki, "to do", [meaning deed] meaning action, effect, destiny) is a term that comprises the entire cycle of cause and effect. Karma is a sum of all that an individual has done, is currently doing and will do. The effects of all deeds actively create past, present and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one's own life, and the pain in others. In religions that incorporate reincarnation, karma extends through one's present life and all past and future lives as well.Top
Karma literally means action. We first take an intent and follow it up with action in the form of thought, speaking to others, planning and execution. According to the Theory of Karma - any action whose motive is other than love or passion creates Karmic residue.
Karma is a universal principle of cause and effect, action and reaction which governs all life. Karma is not fate, for man acts with free will creating his own destiny. According to the Vedas, if we sow goodness, we will reap goodness; if we sow evil, we will reap evil. Karma refers to the totality of our actions and their concomitant reactions in this and previous lives, all of which determines our future. The conquest of karma lies in intelligent action and dispassionate reaction. Not all karma rebounds immediately. Some accumulate and return unexpectedly in this or other births.
Karma is not punishment or retribution, but simply an extended expression of natural acts. The effects experienced are also able to be mitigated by actions and are not necessarily fateful. That is to say, a particular action now doesn't bind you to some particular, pre-determined future experience or reaction; it's not a simple, one-to-one correspondence of reward / punishment.
Karma does not specifically concern itself with salvation. The basic ethical purpose of Karma is to behave responsibly, and the tenet of Karma may be simply stated 'if you do good things, good things will happen to you - if you do bad things, bad things will happen to you'.
According to Karma, performance of positive action results with the reaction of a good conditioning in one's experience, whereas a negative action results in a reaction of a bad response. This may be an immediate result following the act, or a delayed result occurring either in the present life or the next. Karma as an inherent principle of the universe without the intervention of any supernatural Being.Top
Pronounced "ken-ease-ee-ol-ogy." Kinesiology is another name for muscle testing. Kinesiology is simple. Anybody can do it because it uses your electrical system and your muscles. Sometimes people refuse to believe that anything can be so simple. So they create a mental block-only 'sensitive types' can do this, or only women can do this. It's not true. Kinesiology happens to be one of those simple things in life just waiting around to be learned and used by everyone.
Life force is active in all living organisms, all plants, animals, and humans, so that life cannot be explained solely by mechanism. That element is often referred to as the "vital spark", "energy" or "élan vital", which some equate with the "soul". Most traditional healing practices posit that disease is the result of some imbalance in the vital energies which distinguish living from non-living matter. Eastern traditions describe such forces such as qi, prana, etc.
Life force is visible in total darkness as colored auras surrounding living things, and crystals. Individuals "emanate" it, particularly from the hands, mouth, and forehead, and may also be stored within crystals.Top
Limiting Belief/Unconscious Programming
Any belief, thought, idea, tenant, or covenant, conscious or unconscious, that is having a detrimental effect upon the individual.
A mantra is a religious syllable or poem, typically from the Sanskrit language. They are primarily used as spiritual conduits, words or vibrations that instill one-pointed concentration in the devotee. Mantras originated in India with Vedic Hinduism and were later adopted by Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains, now popular in various modern forms of spiritual practice which are loosely based on practices of these Eastern religions.
The Sanskrit word mantra consists of the root man- "to think" (also in manas "mind") and the suffix -tra meaning, tool, hence a literal translation would be "instrument of thought".
Mantras are interpreted to be effective as sound (vibration). They are intended to deliver the mind from illusion and material inclinations. Chanting is the process of repeating a mantra.
Mantras are sound symbols. What they symbolize and how they function depends on the context, and the mind of the person repeating them ("Om" may mean something quite different to a Hindu and a Tibetan Buddhist). Studies in sound symbolism suggest that vocal sounds have meaning whether we are aware of it or not. And indeed that there can be multiple layers of symbolism associated with each sound. So even if we do not understand them, no vocal utterance is entirely without meaning.Top
Master Crystal Activator
One who is skilled in the energizing or “awakening” and programming of crystals.Top
Any energy, being, entity that is having a detrimental effect upon the individual.Top
Any unwelcomed energy, being, or entity that is having a debilitating, sabotaging, or detrimental effect upon the individual.Top
A method of energizing, awakening, or re-programming an individual with the intent of creating balance, expansion, healing, and growth.
A few common Activations are:Top
Reiki is humanity's birthright. Pronounced "Ray-kee," is a form of spiritual healing used for treating physical, emotional, mental and spiritual diseases. Intention is the primary method for directing the flow of Reiki energy and can be used for healing either in physical proximity or from a distance.
A Japanese Tendai Buddhist named Mikao Usui developed Reiki in early 20th century.. The name Reiki comes from the Japanese pronunciation of two Chinese characters that are said to describe the energy itself: 'rei' (meaning 'soul', 'spirit') and ki (Chinese qi, meaning breath or 'life force energy'). Reiki energy is an "intelligent" energy, which "knows what to do," or "where it is needed the most." Thus, if the recipient needs it and is ready to heal, the Reiki energy will go where it needs to for healing.
The Reiki practitioner acts as a channel for Reiki energy, allowing "Reiki energy" to be channeled through the practitioner to wherever it is required. Some patients report feeling various sensations: heat, tingling, cold, pressure, etc. These sensations are caused by Reiki energy filling energetic deficiencies in the body and aura of the recipient, repairing and opening their energy channels (meridians or nadis), pulling out "negativity," and dissolving the blockages of "stale" energy.
A study in Alternative Therapies (Jan/Feb 2005 issue) stated that in 2002 there were over one million U.S. adults who had experienced Reiki treatments. Reiki has been gaining popularity worldwide within hospitals. The UK NHS (National Health Service) as part of its CAM (Complementary Alternative Medicine) program uses Reiki as part of day care patient programs. Positive effects of Reiki treatment have been documented in papers published in peer-reviewed alternative medical journals. Benefits include relaxation and increased immunity, reduced heart rate, improved blood pressure, and reduced pain, anxiety and depression. Other reports have focused on successful treatment of cancerous cells in mice. (Reiki is a complement to conventional medicine, never a replacement.)
Note: Bethney has received Second Degree Reiki certification in the Usui method of Reiki Healing. In Second Degree Reiki, practitioners treat deeply ingrained problems like fears, depression, and addictions. Practitioners direct Reiki energy to a certain point in time, to a specific person or place, or a specific issue. Before offering Reiki treatments to the public, a practitioner is advised to complete a second-degree course.Top
Remote viewing involves the projection of consciousness to remote locations. The procedure was developed by parapsychologists at the Stanford Research Institute. Remote viewing allows a viewer to use his or her intuitive abilities to gather information about a person typically separated from the viewer by some distance. The "view" is merely a personal impression experienced by the subject viewer. Remote viewing may be done in real time or across timelines either forward or backward (future or past) as well.Top
Theta healing is performed in a state of Theta. Theta is defined as a brainwave frequency of 3Hz - 8Hz and is associated with the hypnogogic state right after one wakes up or begins to fall asleep. Theta 1 (3Hz - 5Hz) can result in improved concentration and attention while reducing hyperactiveness. Theta 2 (5Hz - 8Hz) can result in a very relaxed sleep. This frequency range is often related to paranormal/spiritual experience. (7.83 Hz is associated with out of body experiences.)Top
Universal Life Church
The Universal Life Church is a non-denominational church that supports a full spectrum interfaith ministry.Top
Sources: ascendedmaster.com, perelandra-ltd.com, noahsquest.com, ulc.org, and wkipedia.com