Seven Dimensions: Imagination

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There are Seven Dimensions within this universe through which light becomes life and gives life.  The Seven Steps describe how energy moves through life in a constant and continuous cycle.  The Seven Dimensions refer to the seven levels of existence and the potential levels of awareness of that existence.

Imagination, with understanding in place, creates empowerment.  Play with this word: “image a nation… I the Magi, within my circle of empowerment.”  At this step, we must be willing to recognize all the faces of whatever is reflected to us as a part of us.  In the Twenty Count, six is the place of the ancestors.  If we are to have a proper understanding within our imagination to gain freedom from our pattern, we must be grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, son, daughter, sister, brother, husband and wife (in both parts of the relationship, i.e., wife-husband and husband-wife).  Either now, before or in the future, we will dance all of the faces of these reflections.  Imagination is the extension of who we are outside of time and space.

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Spirit World: Omitakoyasin

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Omitakoyasin, who sit in the East of the Spirit World wheel, are the spirits of all ancestors of all humans on this planet Since Always and For Always.  People who enter into your circle of life experience have done so because you have dreamed them there.  In some way, your souls have established an agreement that allows you to empower each other’s evolution.  We are all related.

In the East, we determine with the spirit through passion and lust. The words passion and lust are bound to create controversy. Think of it this way. You have not had an apple in a long time, and you may never have an apple again. As you eat this apple, you totally focus your attention on it. With all your senses, you taste the juice of it; you are aware of the texture and smell of it.  You savor every morsel of it as if it were the only thing going in town. This is eating an apple with passion and lust. So, in our lives, with everything we do, whether it is cleaning the floor, writing a paper, or making love, we should do it with the spirit of passion and lust, as if it were the last moment of life. Savor each moment by determining with your intent and focus from your spirit.

Check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi if you would like to learn more.

Thundering Thursday

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Always seek perfection through becoming impeccable.  Find the inner truth which leads you into proper alignment with all things within the Everything, allowing you to come into harmonic resonance with the ancestors and the Great Spirit. ~ SwiftDeer

 

Thundering Thursday

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Always seek perfection through becoming impeccable.  Find the inner truth that leads you into proper alignment with all things within the Everything, allowing you to come into harmonic resonance with the ancestors and the Great Spirit. ~ SwiftDeer

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 6 Spiritual Ancestors

The Children’s Twenty Count describes our world as we live in it, and the powers that influence us here in our attempt to establish interconnection, interreliability and interdependence with all things.

As we begin to discuss the lower numbers, we begin with the powers that are the “so below“…the numbers that are related to this 3rd dimensional reality and “all that is green“…

6 = Spiritual Ancestors

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This is our inner state of full spiritual self-love. It is the sacred transformation of spirit into substance and substance into spirit. In other words, this is when a spirit personality takes on a physical form and then returns back into spirit again. We think of the Spiritual Ancestors in this way. The following names describe our Spiritual Ancestors:

The Tolilahqui are the little people: the elves, gnomes, fairs, leprechauns, sprites and elementals who came here to prepare the planet for habitation by humans. They also keep the planet in balance and are communicators and balancers of ecology. They work with Sasquatch, who are considered by indigenous people to be rulers of the animal world. The elders say, only after the Toliahqui were present on the planet could humans be birthed in the world. The little people teach us to laugh at ourselves and not take life too seriously. They know the discipline of humor.

Our Toushilahey are all of our spirit selves and personalities from every lifetime since always, for always, even as we are now. That means that in this lifetime, for example, I as a person am a spirit personality known as Jane Smith. Perhaps in 1200 A.D. I was a spirit personality known as Pierre Boulot. And in the year 3000 A.D. I am known as Tiyanda Seels. All of these lives (and many more past and future) are my Toushilahey.

Our task in this life as this spirit personality is to increase our orende and gain freedom from our karmic patterns by coming into alignment with who we are. In this way, we can end the cycles of reincarnation and instead resurrect.

Our Tungashilah are all of the blood relations of our Toushilahey. In other words, all our grandparents, mothers, fathers, brothers, and sisters, etc. from all lifetimes for always and since always.

The Omitakoyasin are the gathering together circle of all humanity. Omitakoyasin are all of our Tungashilah. They are the spirits of all ancestors of all humans on this planet since always and for always. Therefore, anyone you meet in your world, you have dreamed them there. Somewhere or in some way, your souls have established an agreement. You are significant to each other’s empowerment in this life and beyond.

It is said that if someone professes to be your enemy, they have forgotten that we are omitakoyasin. We are all related!

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 5 Sacred Humans

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 4 Sacred Animals

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 3 Sacred Plants

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 2 Grandmother Earth

The Dance of the Twenty Count: 1 Grandfather Sun

The Dance of the Twenty Count: An Intro