from SoulHealer Website
Did our Ancestors View our World
as a Multidimensional Universe?
We have a heart and lungs, a liver and
pancreas, kidneys, muscles and bones. We also have of glands,
including our thyroid and pituitary, which secrete hormones and
regulate our bodily functions.
This view of health, healing and medicine has been around for hundreds of years. It is based upon a Newtonian view of the world, which sees all life as a series of intricate mechanisms. According to this viewpoint, doctors are taught to conceptualize the body as simply a glorified machine.
turn, modern medicine endeavors to repair maladies of the body with
a monkey wrench, a pair of pliers and some bailing twine.
With it, a new standard of health and medicine is beginning to unfold. This new model sees the body, not only as a series of organs, glands and biological processes, but as a network of complex subtle energies that interact with one another.
This explanation of the life experience is called the
This perspective makes it easy for us to
appreciate how we are all connected to one another and to everything
that occupies our universe, both seen and unseen.
This shift in viewpoint also makes it ease to comprehend that we are made up of more than just a physical body.
Actually we are made up of 5 separate, distinct but equal "bodies".
Existing at different vibratory rates or
frequencies, each of these subtle bodies occupies the same
time-space continuum as our current 3-dimensional world, but exist
on subtle levels that are unseen by the naked or untrained eye.
The causal body is the highest subtle
It is also the subtle energy we tap into
when we manifest our needs and desired onto the physical plane.
Energy or information flow between the subtle bodies via the "chakras" or energy centers. Like the physical body, there are seven major chakras in each of the subtle bodies.
Chakras function similar to electrical transformers, stepping down energy from one frequency to another. Energy is exchanged via a series of tubes or vortexes from one level to another, with the chakra functioning as a sort of relay station. Incoming energy is slowed down until it reaches a vibration or frequency that our bodies can assimilate.
In essence, the chakras regulate the flow of energy into our bodies, providing it to us in a form in which we can handle. The chakras of the mental body, for example, reduce the vibrational frequency of the energy it receives from the casual body.
From here it is either disseminated into the mental body, or is passed on and slowed down even further as it travels on to layers of a slower vibratory rate.
This continues through each of our
subtle bodies, until it reaches the physical body, where a
physiological or hormonal response occurs.
When our energy slows down, becomes stagnant or blocked, we manifest dis-ease. Dis-ease is the reaction to an imbalance in the flow of our life force energy. Imbalances in the energy of the mental body can manifest as narrow-mindedness, disrespect for life and nature, or materialism.
Imbalances of the astral body manifest as,
Imbalances of the etheric body manifest in the form of,
Once an imbalance is experienced and takes hold in one of the subtle
bodies it can then trickle down and manifest on a physical level.
Dis-ease is typically first experienced on subtle energetic levels
weeks, months or longer, before it is felt physically.
At a psychic fair, I performed a clairvoyant reading for a woman in her late sixties.
Upon first looking at her energy, I noted a dark, heavy, stagnant energy sitting over the center of her chest. I shared with her that within this dense energy, I could feel that there was a deep seated, unresolved emotional issue at work.
Upon further exploration, I felt that this energy had to do with her mother.
Without a breath, she
responded that it couldn't be true. She shared with me that she had
been adopted as an infant and had never known her birth mother,
therefore, there could not possibly be any issues surrounding her.
She had been adopted as an infant. The feelings or abandonment had been a part of her since her first moments on earth.
They contributed to her identity of
self. Through the years, these unresolved emotional issues filtered
down through the subtle bodies and manifested in the form of heart
disease (she recently had quadruple bypass surgery). According to my
client, however, her physical condition had nothing to do with her
mother or her unresolved emotional issues.
With this, they are also finding out that the key to wellness lie not only with diet, pills and exercise. It extends to our thoughts, feelings and emotions as well. They are learning that healing needs to occur on all levels, physically, mentally and emotionally.
This is when true healing begins!