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Healing for the Healer

       Subtle Energy work is just that.  It’s subtle and therefore calls for subtlety of perception and translucency of personal physical-mental presence. The healer must let the light of love shine through his/her own human capacities . . . and more.  The healer must BE the light that is shining through and not just a “channel” for the light.  

      How does one BE what one does not know from experience one is?  By simply stepping back from identity with the physical channel and standing in the position of the Healer.  I am Love offering the healing ray of light and not merely a channel for the healing current.  My human capacity is a channel.  I am the healing current. 

       In that stance of identity, the Healer’s heart and hands become radiant instruments for clear perception of what subtle patterns are at play in the energetic and physical bodies of the recipient. Transparency of mind, devoid of agenda of its own, opens a portal in consciousness for translucence of the physical channel.  Translucence of the physical channel lets the light of love shine through.  The light of love generates the subtle substance of pneumaplasm* that allows for luminosity, clear perception and appropriate ministration of the subtle healing currents.  

PREPARING FOR A HEALING SESSION

     Various practices are used by us all to prepare ourselves for an attunement healing session.  There is none more effective than living in attunement with Love twenty-four-seven as a way of life.

     I came upon a passage in Dr. Valerie Hunt’s** Infinite Mind – Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness (Malibu Publishing Co.) that speaks to this topic in depth.  I’ll share the passage with you so as to preserve its clarity and allow you to discern for yourself its meaning and application in your life of service.  So here it is.

A beautifully spiritual Jewish healer used meditation to cleanse herself before healing. Her frequent image of Jesus, while it seemed to hold great meaning, perturbed her because of her religious background. At first she adamantly rejected the Christ symbol. At one stage she sought professional help to understand. Finally she received the key: the Christ was a powerful symbol of love which could rule over death. With acceptance of the power of love, her capacities as a healer bloomed. At times when she entered a room, healing took place.

A psychologist, David McClelland, discovered a phenomenon now called “Mother Teresa’s effect.” When Harvard University students watched a British Broadcasting Corporation documentary of this remarkable nun, their immune systems produced more immunogloblin A, an antibody which fights colds. He concluded that despite some students’ dislike of the film, the filth of the surroundings or Mother Teresa’s techniques, the strength of her “tender, loving care” boosted their immune systems.

Actually, spiritual, mystic, and energy processes are not different. They refer to the different ways that the healer prepares himself, and to how he explains his results. In actuality, every fine healer uses all of these modes. Each expands his level of awareness into the mystical, raises his vibrations to the level where he can communicate with divine vibrations, experience lovingness and sense the healee’s vibrations as he creates a vibratory field. 

During healing, the awareness state is not an everyday one; creating this state sometimes takes time. Therefore, it is understandable that some healers develop elaborate rituals to get themselves prepared; but probably these do not directly determine the results of the healing.

Some healers pray for divine guidance and ask that nothing from their field except the positive energy be allowed to enter the healee. These healers do not understand that nothing from their field can enter another unless the other allows it to do so — unless his field resonates with the healer’s. Therefore, the healer had best concentrate on radiating the purest and the highest vibrations, rather than dwelling upon such personal rituals.

The emotionally appealing humbleness of saying that one is only a channel, a conduit, or an inert circuit is also not helpful in a healing relationship. If your presence assists healing, you are more than a mechanical circuit; you are an important link; you are divine energies manifest. While you can be humble in view of the profound changes which take place, you are dynamically a part of what happens. To acknowledge it strengthens you. To be “merely a channel” weakens you.

Many healers diagnose disease by screening the body with both their hands and their mind. This can create a problem if it locks the healer into the old disease concept approach. In most instances, except possibly injury, the problem is first a field — and secondarily a tissue-disturbance. The overall field must be changed if there is to be more than just a change in symptoms. Likewise, the field carries both general and specific information about the illness. Some trained healers feel heat or cold in the area of pain, interpreting heat to mean inflammation and cold to be stagnation or lack of circulation. Prickly feelings are interpreted as regrowth. Others see forms in the energy field — blocks, breaks, colors and shapes. Over time, healers learn to associate these with symptoms and diagnoses. These are elaborately described in Barbara Brennan’s book, Hands of Light and Rosalyn Bruyere’s book, Wheels of Light.

The capacity to look into the body and see with the penetration of a microscope is wondrous, but may also seduce a healer into becoming involved with the material, spatial aspect of illness. This emphasizes the disease element rather than its source or the goal, health. There are healers who lightly record all these sensory impressions, not working on anyone in particular, but allowing their attention to culminate in the wisdom of knowing. This makes beginning healers insecure; but it offers the greatest security for the highly evolved. 

     There is a certain security afforded by the attunement server’s motto, “Let love radiate without concern for results.”  While this motto may help us keep our mental hands off of the attunement process, it may also keep the practitioner locked into the limiting role of being the channel, or conduit, only of the healing current. For that matter, even the word “practitioner” could accomplish this limiting fixation in consciousness.  

Be the light of your world.  It’s what and who you ARE. No greater privilege do we have as Healers but to be who and what we are to our worlds of service.  In this lies healing for the Healer.  

We will continue along this vein of consideration of Healing for the Healer in the next blog post.  Here’s a sampling of some of the wisdom we will share:

To remain in altered states for long periods of time without grounding oneself in the lower Earth vibrations does create real field problems, and disturbances in the alkaline-acid balance in the blood. (V. Hunt)

 So, stay tuned.  ‘Til then,

Be love . . . be loved.

Anthony

Visit my website http://healingandattunement.com  and my second blog, Health Light Newsletter.

Picture credit goes to Phyllis Curtis’ Facebook album”Wall Photos.”

* pneumaplasm is a word coined by Uranda, the founder and developer of the attunement service as taught by the Emissaries of Divine Light. It is a composite of two words: pneuma (spirit) and –plasm (substance) — spirit substance.

**”Dr. Valerie V Hunt is internationally recognized for her pioneering research of human energy fields.  Her highly creative approach and meticulous research bring together overlapping truths from many disciplines.”  (From the jacket of her book).

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Sound — Carrier Wave for Intention

       When I am in my Sacred Heart my world and all those in it are there with me and my Father.  They are flooded and bathed in His love.

        While sharing attunement long distance today with a dear and faithful friend who was working with ancestral past issues that needed healing and peaceful resolution, I was keenly aware of our oneness within the tangible substance of love.  Love has no limitations when it comes to geographical distance.  Whatever my friend needed to have transpire in her world had a loving surround within which to heal and resolve.  This constitutes my sole role and purpose in offering attunement, close in or from a distance — to provide a loving enfoldment in my healing hands and let love work its magic without concern on my part for results.  The outworking is always perfect and magical.

To create a healing field for transmitting and extending the current of sacred energy, I use sound. Powered by a passionate desire to serve and provide a blessing, sound is the perfect carrier wave for spirit and consciousness.  Sound is a creator tool.  It carries intention where unto it is sent to set heavenly design and purpose in form.  

Through attunement with love, we answer the question posed to Job from out of the Biblical whirlwind: “Knowest thou the ordinances of heaven?  Canst thou set the dominion thereof in the earth?”   (Job 38:33)  

Occasionally, after an attunement, a curious client will ask if I felt anything, perhaps hoping for some insight into what may be ailing them.  Funny how we tend to suspect  something’s not quite right inside our bodies, a latent disease perhaps that hasn’t manifested symptoms just yet.   I usually say something that will point the client in the direction of life: “I felt a strong current of life moving through your body.”

Actually, what I focus my sense of perception on are the subtle ordinances of heaven, the patterns of health and wholeness in life itself, landing and being set in the earth of the physical body . . .  and sound is part of the technology the Creator uses to convey and set those ordinances.  I like what noted American journalist, George Leonard, author of Silent Pulseso eloquently wrote about sound:

At the root of all power and motion, there is music and rhythm, the play of patterned frequencies against the matrix of time. More than 2,500 years ago, the philosopher Pythagoras told his followers that a stone is frozen music, an intuition fully validated by modern science; we now know that every particle in the physical universe takes its charac­teristics from the pitch and pattern and overtones of its particular frequencies, its singing. And the same thing is true of all radiation, all forces great and small, all information. BEFORE WE MAKE MUSIC, MUSIC MAKES US.

We could paraphrase that last sentence and declare: “BEFORE WE MAKE LOVE, LOVE MAKES US.”  Unfortunately, “making love” is a phrase that is commonly associated with human sexual activity. As we know, Love is not “made” at a physical level of sexual intimacy between human beings.  Love is first “made” in the heart, the Sacred Heart.  Actually, love is not “made,” is it? Love is eternally present everywhere.  My point here is that Love makes us, and it does so in its own image and likeness.  We are love.  I am love.

Coming back to sound, I find recorded sound very useful in creating a carrier wave for heavenly ordinances.  World renown sound guru Jonathan Goldman has produced some very powerful CD’s of sacred sound.  I use and recommend his Ultimate Om and his award winning The Divine Name,  available on his website http://healingsounds.com.  You can listen to his CD’s on his website to see which one resonates with you.  

I also use and recommend Deborah Van Dyke’s Chords of the Cosmos for recordings of quartz crystal bowls being played on thirteen 5-minute tracts in triads of sacred harmony for balancing the energetic fields of the endocrine glands with their complementary chakras and with the cosmic energies of the zodiac.  She has some great CD’s for meditation and transformation, such as her Traveling the Sacred Sound Current.  She is a beautiful muse and powerful angel of sacred sound.  I know you will love and cherish her CD’s, as I do.

After 45 years as a chiropractor and nutritional therapist, I’ve come to realize that my real love is music – second only to attunement – and not healthcare.  Healthcare earns me a decent living and puts bread on the table, but music and attunement bring nourishment to my soul.  

Discovering the relationship between music and attunement has been a delightful process of awakening to the secrets hidden within the mystery of life itself.  There is so much more that we haven’t yet even begun to discover and revive, much less utilize, in the magical field of what is being called “sound healing.”  This is a misnomer, as sound doesn’t do the healing of itself but merely provides a carrier wave for the healing currents of Love.  Only Love heals.  

When I use sound to convey the healing currents during attunement sessions, I am transported in consciousness to a magical temple of the sacred healing arts that has never been destroyed in heaven.  It was in magnificent form on earth at one time in the ancient past, and it will be in form again. . . when we are ready to honor it and use it to fulfill sacred purpose.   This is what I came to bring, and I will hold it in my Sacred Heart as a seed if only for my time here.  In the meantime, anyone with clean hands and a pure heart can visit this temple and enter in to work with its divine technology.  

Sound is a powerful energy.  Self-serving humans only hurt themselves and create chaos with sound.  Musicians of today, and those who frequent their loud concerts, have destroyed their delicate hearing mechanisms — not to mention the noise they send out into the world that creates chaos. Ear phones are dangerous in this regard, as are cell phones with ear pieces.  

Sound is a creative force . . . and it will manifest the intention sent forth upon its waveform.  It does manifest it.  Look around and behold what has manifested over the years and continues to be maintained.  

There are those musicians and bands who are sending out positive and transforming intention upon the waveform of their music. These I acknowledge and celebrate.   If you know of some such groups and concerts you’ve attended, I would appreciate hearing from you.  Thank you.

Sound is a carrier wave for intention.  Let it be used for sacred purpose to bless and uplift . . . to create the New Earth. 

Thank you for reading my blog.  Till my next post, 

Be love . . . be loved.

Anthony

Visit my second blog, Health Light Newsletter, for articles on health and wellness.

 


The Power of your Sacred Heart

The heart is the soul’s gateway, both into life and beyond into eternity.  The heart is the timeless and indestructible source of all higher knowledge. It is the one point within each person where the inner and outer forces are the same.  Within the heart, the will of God and your own may be brought into harmony”   — Jesus

Continuing my book review and sharing of Glenda Green’s inspiring book, Love Without End —  Jesus Speaks, the author contemplates in her chapter “The Heart is Your Higher Intelligence” the historical celebrations of the heart, such as on Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and other holidays on which we celebrate some aspect of our heart’s devotion.  Then there’s country music which raises verse and song to the broken hearts . . . and the subsequent need for counselors to fix them.  “How little,” she writes, “we know about its fullest and truest meaning.”  

She then cites medical evidence and scientific data concerning our physical heart: “…physicians report that the physical organ has never been stronger, which accounts for our larger bodies and greater longevity. Yet, at the same time, heart disease is still on the best seller list of tickets to Heaven!  The physical heart is a life-giving organ, with deep and wonderful resources, most of which have yet to be discovered.”

Our physical hearts exemplify innocent perception and awareness.  Just consider how, for instance, without judgment, complaint, or condemnation it pumps clean and dirty blood through its chambers with equal vigor and blessing. Sort of inspires me to have a more non-judgmental attitude toward what the River of Life brings through me and my world for blessing and passing on to other members in the larger body of Man, the Body of our Creator.  

Speaking of the physical heart, Glenda also cites Oriental medicine and philosophy for bringing to our awareness “an important and wonderful energy field which surrounds both our bodies and our physical hearts, and every day more evidence is surfacing that this complex and intricate field of electrical energy is a life enhancing source to the physical heart.”  She cites acupuncture for revealing deeper and more pragmatic evidence of this energetic field in its exploration and therapeutic use of the meridians in and around the body, opening a door to “alternative” or “complementary” medicine’s debut into western science and healthcare. 

Moving from the physical heart to the psychological perspective of the heart,  modern psychology has introduced the now popular view that there are “right-brained” and “left-brained” approaches to life, the right-brained people considered “heart people,” who are “more intuitive, emotional, empathic and responsive, while, in contrast, left-brained people are more logical, analytical, competitive and initiatory. This dichotomy,” she suggests, “is often carried to the extreme of referring to ‘heart people’ as feminine and ‘logical people’ as masculine.”  She lends a certain amount of credibility and truth to these observations based solely on the “bicameral nature of the brain.” The real truth, she offers, lies in the “reflection such limited assumptions cast upon  the culture in which we live….  In our culture, the heart has generally been considered  the emotional, empathic, intuitive, and feminine side of our being.  The complete spectrum of the heart’s power has been missed by most people. All of the above considerations about the heart are important and valid, yet each alone is incomplete.  Even taken collectively, they do not equal the Sacred Heart of which Jesus spoke.”  

Here is what Glenda recorded Jesus — whom she knows more historically as “Jeshua” and more intimately as “The Beloved” — as saying about the significance and power of the heart:

There is a point within each person where the physical, spiritual, emotional, and intellectual components of one’s existence are in perfect synchronicity.  At that point, there is no difference in  elements, time, space, or condition.  This is the personal ‘zero point’ which is known prior to birth, immediately after death, and anytime in between when a person’s will has been perfectly reconciled with the will of God.  A person is forever able to connect with his Creator in that sacred place, regardless of how far he has strayed through the process of living.  At the point of true simplicity, you may enter into perfect communion with the Father.  Whenever you do, your life will be renewed or even transformed.  

The heart is a magnetic vortex through which the blessings of all essences and potentialities are received, integrated, and focused into living.  Through the laws of electromagnetism, that power is converted into life energy.  The heart, being essentially magnetic, functions best through innocent awareness which attracts and receives.  Acts of judgment, which divide and repel, will shut the door of the heart behind you.  If you would make the heart strong, you must first learn to perceive with innocence, accept, and forgive.  As you empower your heart it will open to you.  At first you may simply notice this change as more passion for living, more peaceful sleep, or better digestion of food.  The heart is the center of your health and quality of living, therefore those things will be addressed first.  As you progress in your affirmations of the heart, however, your life will begin to have more abundant fruits, and you will have the energy needed to make more dramatic changes.  Eventually, what you gain from your heart visitations will surpass your wildest dreams.  There will be levels of energy which are transformational and transmutational.”

“In a world so preoccupied with power,” Glenda writes, “is it not ironic that the heart is so little understood.  For Jesus said, ‘The heart center is the true source of human power.'”

Food for much thought and meditation.  Certainly enough for today. See you in my next post. Until we meet again. . .  

be love and be loved.

Anthony

  

Entering your Sacred Heart

In my last post I wrote about the Sacred Heart and how it is the magnetic, silent, still center of your being, your “Heart of hearts,” from which we may have a view of infinity.  A place where we are alone with the Father. We will continue to explore our Sacred Heart and how we may enter it.  Glenda Green’s conversation with Jesus in her wonderful book, “Love Without End” continues in this excerpt from Chapter 6,  “The Heart Is Your Higher Intelligence.”

“The Sacred Heart has an exact location in the body which can vary slightly in every person, but it is approximately the same. It is located in the space between the spine and the physical heart, anywhere from an inch above the physical heart to three inches below it. Although the physical heart is slightly to left of center, the true axis is centrally located People who are living very physical lives, such as athletes and manual workers, often have a lower position of the heart vortex due to their need for physical balance. Scholars and musicians might need to look a bit higher. “

        ” He suggested that I look a little higher because of my receptivity to aesthetic inspirations and frequencies.

       “As you enter, you must release your attention into silence, letting it fall until it comes to rest. This is the way of quiet contemplation in which you may behold the oneness of all that is. This is your sacred place, for it is the pivotal link between the body and soul, the physical and the immortal, between yourself and God

       “When the heart is healthy and fully alive, it is the most natural place to be. But when it has been forgotten and abandoned, certain difficulties will accumulate around the prospect of re-entry. The most critical issue is that the heart carries an imprint of your true character and the love that you are. That is its only recognition of you. Therefore, when you attempt to enter with false identities, spurious agendas, impure thoughts, or excess baggage of any kind, you may not present a workable entry key. You are most worthy to be in the heart, for indeed it is your home, the center of your being. Nevertheless, as the defender of your immortal soul, its security system is formidable. By the will of God, that which is not you will not be recognized. All illusion, pretense, and judgment must be shed at the portal. Is this not also how you must enter the Kingdom of Heaven … as a little child?

      “There are two ways to enter. The easiest way is to quiet your mind through surrender and resolve, allowing your attention to become like a pebble cast into a great, still lake. Then float away into the stillness and vacuity until you come to rest. The other way is more difficult, although each attempt will bring you closer. The process itself is cleansing and transforming. It involves opening and reentering the heart directly, and re-anointing it as the sacred center which it truly is. In this approach, you will locate the doorway through which the heart communes with infinity, the one spirit and the Father.

      “To begin, you need to be aware that a circle of energy surrounds your body. It is much like a protective cocoon. Then establish within your mind’s eye a perceptual viewpoint on the back side of that circle, facing your spine. From that viewpoint, facing your back, scan the extent of your spine as if you were looking for the doorway to a cave. In looking for the heart’s doorway, you may at first find the opening very small, but as you enter, it will dilate and you may see infinity laid out before you.

    “For some people the door may be sealed so tightly that its presence will only be sensed, and a large stone, figuratively speaking, will have to be rolled naway before the opening becomes evident. Never despair … the opening is there. You will find it if you continue to look and it will open when you knock. Do not be shocked with your first perception. You may sense the cold, dark air of the cosmos. Often there is a chilling effect, for spirit is cooler than the body. Some may see a burning bush at the entrance; others may see the door encircled with flame. Others will see, or sense, a mighty angel with a sword guarding the entrance. You may hesitate to enter because of your perceptions of holiness and want to take off your shoes, symbolically speaking, or rinse off in baptismal water. Those who are not ready for this perception will deny it or run, for the holiness they perceive is their connection to God. By entering the portals of the heart in this way, you will inherit the wisdom which was placed there for you from the beginning. Your unfolding consciousness of the Sacred Heart will begin to revive many dimensions of intelligence that have been lost to you. At the very lease you will experience true relaxation.

In my next post, we will consider the true power of the heart.

“The heart is a magnetic vortex through which the blessings of all essences and potentialities are received, integrated, and focused into living. . . .  As you empower your heart, it will open to you.”

Till we meet here again, be loving . . . Be loved.

Anthony

Excerpts taken directly from Glenda Green’s book, “Love Without End – Jesus Speaks,” Heartwings Publishing, Fort Worth, TX. Meet Glenda on the web at www.lovewithoutend.org or Glenda Green on YouTube 

Your Sacred Heart

   

     There is a place within where we are whole and holy.  Where we can abide in the peace of the Presence of God.  Jesus described it variously as “your closet . . . the kingdom of heaven . . . the Father within . . .  the secret place of the Most High. . . the kingdom of God.”  In Glenda Green’s book Love Without End, Jesus speaks of it as our “Sacred Heart.”  I’ve heard it called our “heart of hearts” as it lies at the very core of our being.  It is here where we commune with our Beloved.  It is the place I go to and come from while sharing attunement and invite the one with whom I am sharing to go to as well.  I am reminded of a line from a poem my spiritual mentor penned:

 “Here earth’s pains are healed and cruel chaos of mind’s spawning is called again to order and to beauty.” 

But who is our Beloved?   And where is our Beloved?  Sufi Hazrat Inayat Khan writes poetically in The Mysticism of Sound:

Our Beloved is that which is our source and our goal; and what we see of our Beloved before our physical eyes is the beauty which is before us; and that part of our Beloved not manifest to our eyes is that inner form of beauty of which our Beloved speaks to us. . . .If only we would listen to the voice of all the beauty that attracts us in any form, we would find that in every aspect it tells us that behind all manifestation is the perfect Spirit, the spirit of wisdom.

Jesus speaks of the Sacred Heart as being our “higher intelligence” when Glenda inquires about the role of the heart with the mind.  In my last post we ended with a consideration of infinity. Jesus reminded Glenda many times during his four-month-long sitting for his portrait, ” contemplate infinity every day, inwardly as well as outwardly.”  When she asked him how one contemplated infinity inwardly, he replied:

Infinity is not a subject limited to vast spaces — or even to immeasurably small ones.  Infinity is not  about quantity at all.  It’s actually about quality.  Let me tell you about your heart.

The heart of which I speak is not the physical organ, although the physical organ is an appropriate symbol for the true heart, because  the physical organ nourishes your body with life blood every moment.  The heart of which I speak is the central focus point of your very soul. It is the lens through which your soul integrates all of your Earthly emotions and all of your divine awareness into a focused point of infinite integrity.  This point is on the threshold of your physical existence, at a point slightly below and behind your physical heart.  Locate it.

When she did locate her heart, which didn’t require any thought, Glenda says it was as if her whole framework just vibrated and pulsed with energy. She felt a sense of life within, an empowerment simply by focusing on the mere existence of this point within.  Jesus continued:

This is the source of power your Creator has established within you, not your mind.  Your mind is merely a servant, and it behaves well if it is given positive impulses: it behaves very poorly if it is given negative impulses.  The heart generates all of the Earthly emotions as well as the blissful emotions of the higher realms.  But it is so much more than just emotion. It is infinite awareness and the basis of all higher consciousness you will ever assimilate.  It is from this power, within the center of your being, that the entire script of your life is written.  Live in your heart — not in your mind — to fulfill the script of  your life or to rewrite it.  Your mind is powerless to bring that about.  But every desire of your heart will be fulfilled. . . .

. . . The heart is your connecting link to God and the universe, which integrates your own unique center of experience, awareness, and character with that which is beyond your comprehension. . . . The heart is magnetic, silent, and still.  The feeling of being there is like one of resting in a peaceful Heavenly lake, or floating in a vacuous space.  As a magnetic center, the heart is the great generator of all your life energy, and whenever you empower your heart you raise your energy level physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Within the heart you will also find clarity, resolve, steadfastness, intent, stillness, respect, justice, kindness and perceptions of greatness. 

Jesus then had Glenda draw a circle inside a triangle with rays of light extending outwardly from its circumference to add a focal point and to suggest an outreach into infinity. He then explained:

If I were going to tell you where the heart fits within the pattern of existence, this would be a visual way of illustrating it for you.  The heart is essentially the center point of stillness and peace from which one views infinity.  As a being views infinity, he is activating all levels of potential within and around himself.  The love that he is, the one spirit, and the adamantine particles [see a previous post on these particle] assemble their patterns of existence under the heart’s guidance. A person’s soul is the integrated oneness of love, spirit, adamantine particles, experience, deeds, hopes, and dreams which comprise his life.  The heart is the soul’s gateway, both into life and beyond into eternity.  The heart is the timeless and indestructible source of all higher knowledge. It is the one point within each person where the inner and outer forces are the same.  Within the heart, the will of God and your own may be brought into harmony. . . .

. . . In the depth of your being is your own sacred center.  It is the still, quiet chamber deep within where  you are one with the Father.  Through this connection is your own indigenous power.  Therefore, you cannot underestimate the value of this knowledge to your life.  Priceless to your life is knowledge of the heart itself.  This is a place you must go alone, for it is your sacred ground.  The very act of being there is the essence of prayer.  When I told my disciples to go into a closet to pray, I was being quite literal in two regards.  Any quiet secluded place will do.  The main thing is to select a place which is appropriate to the sacred chamber you are about to enter within your being. . . .”

We will continue this theme in the next installment, “Entering Your Sacred Heart.”  Until then,

Be loving and be loved,

Anthony

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