Spirit World: Achlohtah-hey

In the Center, we catalyze with our sexual soul force through open heart to heart communication.  Our open hearted sexual communication is what gives us our identity as a human being. This comes through our soul, our life force energy.

Sitting in the Center of the Spirit World wheel are the Achlohtah-hey, the ascended masters who teach us from the spirit world and act as guides for us on our world’s SunDance journey.

Our technologies and scientific advances, our modern conveniences, and our electronic ease of communication have created lifestyles that foster the illusion that we are masters of the worlds of Grandmother Earth.  Humanity’s arrogance will prove its undoing.  Separation is an illusion as we are all part of the web of life.  Destroy one part and the web collapses.  The Earth Mother will survive, heal, and rebalance herself through her Earth changes in alignment with the Cosmic Law “Death Gives Life”.  It may take a million or so years, but that is merely a blink in her time line.  We may not survive, however; extinction is certainly an option for the human species.  The choice is ours.

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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.

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Spirit World: Tungashilah

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The Tungashilah are all the blood relations of our toushilahey, our spirit selves and personalities from every lifetime Since Always and For Always.

In the North, we receive with the mind through clarity and caring. Our mind is an open cup, ready to receive from many viewing points and perspectives. When we are open only to one viewing point, we can get tunnel vision. The more ideas and concepts we can receive with our minds, the greater will be our capacity to see many different perspectives and therefore, gain more clarity.

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Spirit World: Toushilahey

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Toushilahey are all our spirit selves and personalities from every lifetime Since Always and For Always.  Our task is to gain freedom from the cycles of reincarnation and resurrect into enlightenment.

In the West, we hold with the physical body with intimacy. Now, this does not mean to hold as in hold on tight.  It is holding in the sense of transforming energy through stabilization and for utilization.  Think of it as an electrical cord. The body is the structure through which electrical energy moves like a conduit, and provides the transformed energy to turn a fan, or work a toaster, or move the body parts.

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Spirit World: Tolilahqui

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Tolilahqui are the little people who sit in the South of the Spirit world.  They came here with the elementals to prepare the planet for habitation for humans.  They work with the Sasquatch, considered by Native Americans to be rulers of the animal world, who use the little people as communicators and balancers of ecology.  Only when they were present could humans be birthed into this world.  They delight in mischief and teach us the gifts of laughter and humor.

South energies teach us how to give with our emotions with tenderness, which is a means of “energy motion” or “E-motion.” Emotions are meant to be expressed, to flow freely. In other words, if we are angry we give our anger; when we are happy we give happiness; when we are sad, we cry and give with sadness. Our emotions are a part of our beauty which we have to give away. As long as we are giving our emotions with tenderness our emotions are true, clear and clean expressions of what is happening with us. We are in balance.

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

Spirit World

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Wherever we have four directions on a wheel, we also have five. So, with the four Worlds is the fifth World: In the center of all Worlds is the World of Spirit, the catalyzer of all energy. All forms of life have “spirit” (manitou): they have life force energy, which we call the catalyst, pulsing through their form.

The ancestor spirits sit in the Center of the worlds, for it is the journey from spirit into substance and substance into spirit that makes transformation and evolution possible.  We are the culmination of all the potential of all our ancestors, and we owe them honor and respect.  We have the opportunity and the obligation to develop our excellence to actualize the potential of our ancestry and carry the Beauty and power of that legacy on to the next seven generations.

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How the Worlds Teach Humans to be Balanced

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Last week, we learned that we possess a direct connection to the other four worlds of Grandmother Earth.  We contain minerals in our body; we are animal in that we are two-leggeds; we are the water and nutrients of the plant carried in our blood; and we come from pure spirit at birth and return to pure spirit at death.

Each world teaches us how to be balanced humans, or how to balance our choreography, which consists of all the choices, decisions, and priorities we make and create in our life.  The mineral world teaches us how to hold and transform; the plant world exemplifies how to give; how to receive is knowledge from the animal world; the human world, in alignment with Great Spirit, are the determiners of Grandmother; and the Spirit World shows us how to catalyze our life.

These five actions also correspond to an aspect within us.  The mineral world and its ability to hold and transform corresponds to our physical body; the plant world to our emotions; the animal world to our mental aspect; human world to our spirit; and the spirit world to our sexual aspect.

Over the next few weeks, we will explore each of these five worlds and human aspects to explore how the Worlds of Grandmother earth teach us, if we are open to it.

Learning to Listen

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The key to developing a greater facility to communicate is to listen, to hear what other worlds are telling us and awaken them inside ourselves.  We possess a direct connection to the other four worlds of Grandmother Earth.  We contain minerals in our body; we are animal in that we are two-leggeds; we are the water and nutrients of the plant carried in our blood; and we come from pure spirit at birth and return to pure spirit at death.

People just haven’t learned how to listen.  We usually speak and listen from our brains, filtering everything from a chorus of our pretender voices and brain chatter.  Furthermore, language – words – as our primary means of communication limits our experiences and separates us, thus contributing to the chatter that prevents us from hearing.

We are like walking radios tuned into only one station.  We must get rid of the static and develop a wide band of receiving and broadcasting stations that are an intrinsic part of our natural self.  To do that we need to know more about the nature of each of the worlds, their essence or give-away, and their role in the matrix of life here on Grandmother Earth.

For the next few weeks, we will be looking at what it means to be a balanced human and how each of the five aspects within each world of Grandmother Earth assists us in attaining this balance so we can become sacred humans.  Stay tuned, like or follow or blog or Facebook page so you don’t miss any one aspect.

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

Learning to Communicate

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Where do we go to learn how to communicate better?  Our wisest choice is to go into Nature as an empty cup and let the worlds of the Earth show us a thing or two.

Plants, animals, minerals, and the world of spirit are our most powerful and authentic teachers.  They lead us into deep silences, where they introduce us to and teach us about our true nature – our authentic natural self.  Those of us who accept Nature as our mentor continue to discover unlimited inner treasures.  Get out in Nature, and do your own connecting.  Feel what it’s like; experience it for yourself.  The tragedy of our generation is that so often we settle for information alone.  True knowledge and wisdom come from direct personal experience.  The Internet, as magnificent as it is, is contributing to the massive collection of data and information, and helping us to create the illusion that information and data are knowledge.  This does not develop wisdom, and it cannot replace direct personal experience.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi

Animal Medicine Monday – Elk

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Elk, the largest and most regal member of the deer family, are the totem animal corresponding to the sun sign of Sagittarius.

Elk are fast, good jumpers, and considerate.  While traveling in gangs, they take turns making trails in the snow.

Elk are master teachers and healers, as well as the awakener of the unconscious. This keeper of thunder and lightning teaches us to “hear the lightning and see the thunder,” which helps bring us from fantasy into the light of knowledge.  Master of rules and laws; Elk teaches us to resolve our karma circles. They are also the guardians of the gateway into the unknown (the nagual or spirit world) and masters of physical sexuality and orgasm.

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