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Human Spiritual Destiny

Stairway to Heaven II

In the Gospel of Thomas, Yeshua’s disciple Mary Magdalene asked, “What happens to us when we die?”  He answered her by telling her and His disciples that ‘all human beings must come by the way of Gnosis to know the Divine reality from whence they originated.’  This transcendental knowledge must come to a person while they are still in a human body upon the Earth.  We must learn to hold the frequency or vibrations of Christ at all times, in all circumstances, to help change karmic debt from spiritual blindness and oppression to Spiritual knowing and freedom.

Death does not ultimately bring about liberation from the bondage and imprisonment in the material, psychic realms of the Demiurge.  Those who have not been initiated into Gnosis while still in a physical body may become trapped in an existence of a reality of fear, suffering, and despair and are lost within the ethers or vibrations of purgatory.  In other words, this literally means that your human Spirit resonates with a frequency which lacks Christ, and is weighed down and stuck in the realities and consciousness of man.

Because Christ loves us, when we die, we are given the option to return to the physical reality of man to learn to resonate on a higher frequency or plane of existence if we had been stuck in purgatory, prior to our death.  This occurs through samsara, reincarnation, or the cycle of rebirths on the Earth plane.  Those who have not made effective contact with their Transcendental Source, while still in embodiment upon the planet, would have to return into the condition of suffering of earthly life to learn to let go of desire.  The Universal law of cause and effect, one of the 12 Spiritual laws, allows us to come back at whatever frequency or vibration we went out in.  Even if someone is stuck in purgatory after death, Creator places them back into a body to try at life once again, at the vibration they died in.

When we have been reincarnated, we can choose to awaken from Spiritual slumber.  The veil is lifted that has been blinding us and we begin to see Spiritually, through the eye of the Divine.  We are taught in our sleeping ‘unconscious’ state through dreams, which may not be remembered, but have been encoded in our subconscious mind.  When we wake, we are given guidance through esoteric symbols and synchronicity, on how to raise our Spiritual vibration.  Our duty is to remember our true home within Christ.  We must learn to go about our days, remembering to be centered in Christ’s Love at all times.  This is the path of the true Spiritual Warrior.  We are to learn non-reaction.   As our karma presents itself to us, we are to accept it, thank the Universe for bringing the lesson, forgive it, and release it.  This is when good karma starts to re-accrue, raising our vibration to frequencies of Love.  Through conscious breath, one will remember their true origin.

Valentinus, a Gnostic teacher, taught that our true Father, Christ, and our Mother, Queen Sophia, await the Spiritual man and woman upon physical death, at the entrance of the Pleroma, or the gates of the Heavenly, ‘Spiritual’ realms, and review our human existence in a blink of an eye.  They are told that they are forgiven and are asked if they forgive themselves.  If the human Soul accepts forgiveness of the self and others, Mother and Father help the human Spirit to enter the bridal chamber of the final union with Spirit through purification of their heart.  If the human Soul denies forgiveness of the self and others, than they are reborn in another human body upon planet Earth.  The Ultimate promise of Christ Creator is that every Spiritual being will receive Gnosis and will be reunited with their Higher Self before the earth and sky pass away.

Many people across the planet are currently going through the process of Ascension.  It has been Christ return that lights up and penetrates the physical, mental, emotional and Spiritual aspects, removing all darkness and Etheric debris or ‘Etheric sludge’ from the heart, which no longer serves a purpose for the Highest good of humanity or Mother Earth.  Christ is raising the dead, (Those who are spiritually blind.)  Consequently, all human Souls will ascend to that of Christ Consciousness.

Prophesy states that the Light will conquer the Darkness, and for those who continue to choose darkness, will not be able to withstand the new world vibration, and will perish in the flames of everlasting Light.  Christ Yeshua stated that ‘the world would be baptized by the fire of the Holy Spirit and by fire the world would be transformed by the renewal of the human heart, mind, and Spirit.’  Once we choose the path of Love in our life, then we will reach Heaven upon Earth.  The Spiritual Destiny of man is to choose love in all everyday affairs, keeping a direct connection with Christ Consciousness.

 

Valentina Marie: Owner of The Soul Intention, Ordained Minister, CMT, HHP, Reiki Master

Healing the 12 Systems of the Body

Body Systems

Integumentary system – The integumentary system is the largest sensory organ.  It helps in vitamin D syntheses and helps to protect deeper tissues throughout the body.  The integumentary system also helps to regulate fluid and blood loss through homeostasis.  The organs of the integumentary system include the skin, hair, and nails.

Foods for a healthy integumentary system:  Eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish.  Remember to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.

Skeletal system – The skeletal system stores calcium throughout the bones of the body.  It is the framework and structure of the human body.  It protects vital organs such as the lungs and the heart.  The skeletal system produces red blood cells, which are essential for optimal oxygen intake throughout the tissues, organs and cells of the body.  The organs of the skeletal system include the bones and circulatory system.

Foods for a healthy skeletal system: Calcium-rich foods include milk and dairy products, but also leafy green vegetables, such as spinach and broccoli.

Muscular system – The muscular system of the body helps to generate heat throughout the body.  The muscles help in all movement and activity of the body.  It helps to maintain posture and helps to support the skeletal system of the body.  The organs of the muscular system are the muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints.

Food for a healthy muscular system: Healthy carbohydrates, such as dark leafy vegetables, potatoes and whole grains.  Remember to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water, coconut water, and Aloe Vera juice.

Immune System – The immune system is made up of portions of many different systems that fight against disease.  It regulates the body’s natural defense mechanisms, such as different cells and proteins that help to fight off disease, viruses, parasites, and infections.  The organs of the immune system are the white and red blood cells.

Foods for a healthy immune system: Eat antioxidant-rich foods, such as berries, beans, tomatoes, whole grains, and plant sourced foods instead of meat.  Adequate amounts of water is necessary for the immune system each day.

Lymphatic System – The lymphatic system helps to pick up fluids leaked from the capillaries.  It also helps to support the immune system by housing the various types of white blood cells, which are necessary to regulate the body from outside invasion.  The organs of the lymphatic system are the adenoids, appendix, blood vessels, bone marrow, lymph nodes, lymphatic vessels, Peyer’s patches, spleen, thymus, and the tonsils.

Foods for a healthy lymphatic system: Potassium-rich fruits and vegetables include bananas, broccoli, sweet potatoes, and wild seafood, such as salmon.  Drink adequate amounts of water, Coconut water, and Aloe Vera Juice.

Cardiovascular System – The cardiovascular system helps in the transportation of nutrients and gas waste throughout the body.  The cardiovascular system consists of blood, veins, arteries and capillaries.  The cardiovascular system helps to support immune function by acting as a highway for usable nutrients, oxygen, and fighter cells.  The organs of the cardiovascular system include the blood, capillaries, veins, heart, lungs and arteries.

Foods for a healthy cardiovascular system: Green leafy vegetables and foods rich in Omega-3, asparagus, sweet potatoes, red wine (one glass a day), fresh produce, and adequate amounts of water.

Urinary system – The urinary system helps to get rid of nitrogenous waste out of the blood supply.  It helps to regulate electrolytes, fluid and the pH balance of the human body.  The urinary system works properly with the proper intake of water.  The organs of the urinary system include the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra.

Foods for a healthy urinary system: cranberries, blueberries, acai berries, Coconut water, and plenty of water.

Digestive system – The digestive system helps to break down food into the building blocks for the body.  It breaks down proteins, carbohydrates, and fat to distribute the necessary nutrients throughout the body to feed all the cells of the body.  The organs of the digestive system include the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, gall bladder, the liver, small intestine, large intestine, and the colon.

Foods for a healthy digestive system: Eating plenty of fruit and vegetables on a daily basis and getting plenty of fiber.  It is also important to drink plenty of water and limit caffeine and alcohol.  2 tablespoons of organic Apple cider vinegar a day has been known to restore the good flora, which is essential for optimal digestion in the stomach and intestinal tracts.  Aloe Vera Juice has also been known to help regulate digestive function of the cells in the esophagus, stomach, and intestines.

Respiratory system – The respiratory system helps in the intake of oxygen and sends it through the alveoli of the lungs to the capillaries and throughout the cardiovascular system of the body.  It also helps in the outtake of carbon dioxide or waste, through the same means.  The respiratory system helps in gas exchange throughout the body by the inhalation of oxygen and the exhalation of carbon dioxide.  The respiratory system also helps moisten and heat the air inhaled and exhaled.  The respiratory system includes the nose, mouth, pharynx, epiglottis, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, alveoli, and diaphragm.

Foods for a healthy respiratory system: Yogurt and kefir, antioxidant vitamin C, which is prevalent in red bell peppers, citrus fruits and juices, papaya, kiwifruit, leafy greens, cabbage and brussel sprouts, herbal tea, warm water, and Omega-3 foods.

Nervous system – The nervous system helps in the sensory input though the nerves, spine, and brain.  The brain helps in the interpretation of input or thought.  The spine helps to elicit and signal responses throughout the body.  The nerves of the spine then coordinate the movement of the muscles.  The organs of the central nervous system are the brain and spinal cord.  The organs of the Peripheral nervous system are the Autonomic nervous system, which includes the sympathetic nervous system; spinal nerves, and the parasympathetic nervous system; spinal nerves and cranial nerves.  The Somatic nervous system is also part of the Peripheral nervous system and includes the spinal and cranial nerves.

Foods for a healthy nervous system: Foods high in vitamin B1 include Brewer’s yeast, beef liver, eggs, seafood, sunflower seeds, and beans.  Vitamin B6 foods include potatoes, bananas, fortified cereals, and chick peas.  B12 Supplements.  Foods rich in copper, such as prunes, dark leafy green vegetables, such as kale and spinach, and nuts are good for nervous system health.

Endocrine System – The endocrine system helps to secret hormones that regulate growth, metabolism and general body function.  The organs of the endocrine system include the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, the pineal gland, reproductive glands in the ovaries and testes, the liver, and the pancreas.

Foods for a healthy endocrine system: Fish provides your body with Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega- 9 oils.  These oils are fats that directly affect cognitive function, cellular function, and kidney function.  Eating fish twice a week will aid in keeping a balanced endocrine system.  Omega oil supplements are also available, and can be used to bolster your oil intake.

Reproductive System – The reproductive system helps in the production of off-spring, but also helps the endocrine system by also producing hormones.  The organs of the reproductive system in the female are the vagina, clitoris, vulva, uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.  The organs of the reproductive system in the male are the penis, testes, and prostate.

Foods for a healthy reproductive system: Fruits and green leafy vegetables.  Cooking with cumin, black cumin, turmeric and ajwain powder, and including dairy products, such as milk, to your diet to increase reproductive health.

 

Valentina Marie: Owner of The Soul Intention, Ordained Minister, CMT, HHP, Yoga Instructor, Reiki Master

Reiki Energy and Christ Consciousness

Cradle of light

What is Reiki?

Reiki Symbol 

Rei – Spiritual Wisdom

The word Rei means universal.  The word Rei as it is used in Reiki is more accurately interpreted to mean supernatural knowledge of spiritual consciousness.  This is the wisdom that comes from the sacred feminine balance the energy of the sacred masculine.  Knowledge of the esoteric or supernatural realm allows for connection to God-Consciousness ‘Christ Consciousness,’ if used in the name of Jesus Christ (aka Yeshua.)   Reiki understands each person, down to their molecular, atom, and quantum level.  It knows the cause of all problems and difficulties and knows what to do to heal them.  Reiki is the flow of energy, ‘Qi,’ or energy, descending into the practitioner and healing all participants with special ‘light codes,’ or symbols.

Ki – The Life Force

Ki means the same as Qi in Chinese, Prana in Sanskrit, and Mana in Hawaiian.  It has been given many other names by the various cultures that have been aware of it.

Ki is life force, or the essence of all life.  The essence of all life is electromagnetic in nature.  It is also a vital life force for the survival of all organisms on the planet.  This is the nonphysical energy that animates all living things.  As long as something is alive, it has life force circulating through it and surrounding it; when it dies, the life force departs and the electromagnetic energy returns to the life force, whence it originated.

If your life force or electromagnetic current is bogged down or low, there is a restriction in the energy flow, causing vulnerability to disease and illness.  When the life force is high, the body, mind, Spirit is in homeostasis and ‘Ki’ flows naturally and smoothly through all meridians of the body, causing wellness.  Life force plays an important role in everything we do.  It animates the body and also is the primary energy of our emotions, thoughts, and spiritual life.

The Asian culture place great importance on the life force or what they call Chi ‘Qi.’  They have studied it for thousands of years and have discovered that there are different kinds of Chi.  The (Yellow Emperors’ Classic of Internal Medicine) which is over 4,000 years old, lists thirty-two different kinds of Chi.

Ki is used by martial artists in their physical training and mental development.  It is used in meditative breathing exercises called Pranayama, and by the shamans of all cultures for divination, spiritual awareness, manifestation and healing.  Ki is the nonphysical energy used by all healers.  Ki is present all around us and can be accumulated and guided by the mind.  Christians call it the ‘Holy Spirit,’ because it is inside you and all around you.  When it can flow through the body freely, it can produce ‘healing miracles,’ just as Jesus lay his hands on the sick and heal them.

‘The Kingdom of God is inside you and all around you, not made in buildings of wood and stone.  Split a piece of wood and I am there, lift a stone and you will find me there.’ (The Gospel of Thomas)

‘Spiritually Guided Life Force Energy’

Reiki is the use and manipulation of the electromagnetic energy of the world around us and within us, to heal the electromagnetic field of people, animals, places, things, and even the past.  It is  Christ Consciousness called ‘Rei’ that guides the life force ‘Holy Spirit,’ called Ki in the practice that The Soul Intention calls Reiki.   We use Reiki in the name of Jesus Christ, so that the client can release their electromagnetic fog and be free of the karmic burden that comes from sin.

Therefore, Reiki can be defined as spiritually guided life force energy.  This is a meaningful interpretation of the word Reiki.   Reiki ‘pure energy/Christ’ guides itself with its own wisdom ‘Sophia,’ and works together to heal the clients needs.  Reiki is unresponsive to the direction or ‘Ego’ of the practitioner.  It is not the practitioner who heals, but the Holy Spirit working through the practitioner in the name of Jesus Christ (aka Yeshua).

The Reiki Creed:

Just for today, I will have Faith.
Just for today, I will be Happy.
Just for today, I will do my work Honestly.
Just for today, I will give thanks for my many Blessings.
Just for today, I will be kind to my neighbor and every Living thing.

Top Ten Reiki Benefits

  • Reiki massage helps greatly with pain relief and management.
  • Removes energy blockages and helps with circulation of good energy and blood flow.
  • Helps protect and strengthen the immune system.
  • Increases one’s vitality and postpones the aging process.
  • Promotes spiritual growth and emotional clarity.
  • Speeds up the body’s healing properties.
  • Encourages better sleeping and breathing.
  • Assists in detoxifying and removal of waste and toxins.
  • Reduces high blood pressure.
  • Reduces side effects from drugs and medical treatment.

 

Valentina Marie: Owner of The Soul Intention, Ordained Minister, Yoga Instructor (200RYT), CMT, Reiki Master