I’ve been SO tired and dizzy today so I’m gonna try to make this quick…
Friday night was the full moon lunar eclipse. During the day I did some heavy cleansing techniques to clean the Shushumna and to make room for the energies that were coming in. Later during the full moon, I was guided to lay down outside and do the Vajrasattva mantra 108 times. I could feel a lot of energy moving around on my body and felt a lot of vibration.
Saturday I had an energy hangover. I woke up extremely dizzy, nauseated and had trouble focusing my eyes. It almost felt like I wanted to go cross eyed. I got a little relief if I looked upward…for some reason looking upward took away the pressure in my head. I mostly rested the whole day Saturday.
Yesterday I was still tired but felt lots of heavy Crown downloads throughout the day. Today I’m extremely tired and dizzy again…my brain feels swollen and hurts…I woke up early this morning but stayed in bed in that half awake/half asleep state. Again, I thought it was only about half an hour but it ended up being 4 hours. During that time, I was shown that I needed to work on my Nadis. I really don’t know too much about it so I had to look it up…A description of the Nadis and function can be found here:
I was shown that I need to do inversion (hang upside down) to help clear Karmic residue from my system that I’m currently working on. (I’m working on ancestral crap right now having to do with my mother’s side of the family going back many generations). The inversion will help to move it out faster, I guess….
Then a picture was presented to me…it was a black and white circle with a plus sign in the middle of it. There was emphasis on the middle point. The circle looked like this:
The message that I got from this picture was that it represented balance in the spinal cord? I’m not sure if that’s correct because it doesn’t make sense to me. Would the very middle point of the spinal cord have anything to do with the nadis? And if so, how in the world would I balance that?
I did some searching on the internet about nadis and found this which caught my eye because of the picture:
Root (chakra) at the back, Aquarius
Keyword: Consciousness is immortal
Contemplations: Contemplate what is the essence of your life. Knowledge versus wisdom. What do you do to your consciousness?
The everyday psychology of the chakra system
This chakra is psychologically related to how a person is “surviving” and functioning in his physical surroundings, the environment and in society. The degree of balance in the root chakra reflects whether a person is able to manifest his projects successfully in the physical reality, if he can function in a productive circulation with others in order to get things done. A person with a healthy balanced root chakra is content with his work situation and does not experience the environment or society as threatening (unless it actually is threatening). He is able to express his viewpoints, and get his point through. There is a reasonable order in his reality and everyday life; his home is orderly and his financial situation is healthy. If a person is not able to adjust to his life situation, to his surroundings, and if he does not have some contentment or success in his energy circulation and exchange with others and his surroundings, then this person does not have a natural balance in his root chakra. Grounding in a deeper sense means that what you are thinking and what you are saying is what you are practicing in your daily life.
The webpage can be found here: http://www.starbridge.com.au/articles/2012/01/24/the-chakras-and-the-nadis
So after reading that, I’m realizing I definitely need to balance my root chakra…I also found some stuff about Pranayama breathing that said it helps to cleanse the nadis. I’m going to start practicing the breathing techniques….We also have an inversion table. My boyfriend uses it to try to take pressure off of his back, so I’ll start using it a little everyday and see what happens.
I have a little baby bunny rabbit that’s been sneaking into our yard the past couple of days. She’s so cute. She dug a hole under our fence to get in. I saw her eating the grass in the yard. I went and bought some rabbit food and put it outside with some water. It’s starting to get pretty hot out here in Phoenix (around 100 degrees).
I searched “rabbit totem” and this is what I found:
If a Rabbit totem has appeared in your life, it may indicate a need for more planning
or to check those plans already set in motion.
Do not box yourself in a corner.
This totem may also bring a need to examine the kinds of foods you eat. Perhaps a vegetarian diet, if only for a short time, can help you strengthen and heal.
Rabbit is associated with Eostra, the Celtic goddess of Spring,
and therefore associated with Ostara (or Easter).
This is the reason we celebrate with Easter eggs.
Rabbit is also sacred to the moon goddess Andraste,
the Norse goddess Freya, and the Greek god Hermes.
The Hare is associated with the moon
in many cultures including Native American, Hindi, and China.
I never knew that the Hare was associated with the moon…Hmmm…seems appropriate for a very powerful full moon lunar eclipse 😉
**After writing this blog, I realized that my interpretation of my vision was “spinal cord” but it actually meant “Shushumna” or “Prana tube” which I believe is the same thing as the “central channel”…the Shushumna (aka prana tube, central channel) is a nadi and is actually considered the main nadi…Sorry, I’m a little slow sometimes – LOL I’m sure my guides are rolling their eyes 🙂