Month: December 2015

Light Language Playshop

 

Vanessa Lamorte

We had the great pleasure of having Vanessa Lamorte. She is the author of "Anima Lingua". Her Masters degree in Transpersonal Psychology from Sofia University focused on Light Language. You can visit her resources on YouTube and www.vanessalamorte.com. Her workshop featured light language which she breaks down into three components; speaking, signing and writing. Sometimes, when one hears Light Language, they automatically assume it is star, galactic or ET language. Yes, it is remnants and pieces of the Universe; however, it is so much more than that. It is the language of the Soul. If you think back to your childhood or pay attention to children, they babble or make up a unique language foreign to us. This is the way a soul expresses the Self in its authentic essence and pure joy of the heart. Sometimes it might sound like another language or a blend of cultures. My daughter writes all kinds of unique symbols over her paper. One day, she filled the paper over and over with 3 or 4 symbols. When I looked at the paper, it was overly busy and complicated that I could not focus and got a headache. The energy felt very scattered like some people we may know ūüôā I had Vanessa look at it and she felt the same impression, but could help pin point the foundation of the energetic signature.

Even though this workshop was geared for the children, it was so easy for the parents to participate. The class was very powerful especially during the exercise involving ancient symbols and feeling the energy of each one. A few symbols involved the elements and I was pleased to know that I tapped into the write element. I could visually see a scene or feel the element within my body. For the element of fire, I got the image of lava moving between the ground and cracking open the Earth. I could feel heat moving through my body and I started to get hot. Then, she introduced other symbols that I have never seen before. However, I was not expecting to react to them with such an emotional stir. When I placed my hand on a symbol, I was immediately taken back to early indigenous civilizations like the Mayan, Aztec and Inca times during the human sacrificing rituals. The scene played before me was very depressing. I tried to hold back tears, but I could not stop my body from feeling. Therefore, I just honored the process, left the room and released the tears to its fullest extent.

Even though, I am sharing my point of view, I know the children had amazing experiences as well.  I may not be able to speak for them, but just sitting in the room and listening to everyone's story was very neat.  Parents and their children shared similar visions when they tapped into a symbol which was very fascinating.  It was awesome to see all of us were in synch with our intuition and feeling the symbols.  Thank you, Vanessa for faciliating this class.  Vanessa has a beautiful gift of playing a harp and singing in light language. I have enclosed her audio and pictures from our workshop. To learn more about light language, please visit her webpage and search til your heart is content online.

SOUL Masterpieces: Smudge and Feathers

Many indigenous cultures and traditions around the world have some form of clearing, protection and sacred ceremony using the elements from the Earth.  "With the discovery of fire, early humans began to notice that aromatic smoke was produced by burning dried plants. As herbs, roots, resins and barks are changed from their physical form (of this world), they are changed by the element of fire into smoke (spirit world form). This transformation is evidence of the spirit within substances. Throughout human history aromatic plants have been used in the daily activities of people from every culture.," (Taos, 2010).  Native Americas use different leaves such as sage, tobacco, sweet grass to smoke out negativity.  Polynesians use salt for clearing and kava to drink as a hallucinogen for dreamtime; very similar to Peyote to Native Americas.  Asians uses different herbs inside teas to absorb Chi into the body system quickly.  Tulsi is used as an Ayurvedic tonic for anti-depression and immunity booster.  Even religions like Catholism utilize incense like frankincense and myrrh to transport their prayers up to Christ.

The Earth and it's elements are very sacred; they are medicine.  If one was to interview a medicine man/woman of indigenous cultures, he/she would tell you that weeds are considered the medicinal plants to the area.  Even the animal in the surrounding land are medicine for the people.  The Earth provides all the resources people need to live off the land with abundance, prosperity, health and security.  However, our connection to the plants, animals and Earth are being forgotten.  With the change of lifestyles, advancements in technology, and pharmaceutical manufacturing; we are drifting further and further away from our connection to the land.  We are losing our connection to life and the physical components naturally offered to our health and spirit.

Many of the conscious children have that understanding of our connection to the Earth.  Over time, our society trains them to supplement a different way of life causing a less connected, less compassionate world.  At Earth Angels, the parents and children recognize the need to enrich our lives with the abundance of Mother Earth.  Most of our children enjoy the classes geared around indigenous cultures, their way of life and spirituality.  After leaving the Parliament of World Religions in October, the children shared their best experiences of worldly exposures.  One of the most memorable experiences was the moment they were embraced by the Havasu tribe.  They were invited to sit in on a sacred ceremony with chanting, rattles, and medicine from the animals, plants, fire and earth.  Therefore, we created a SOUL Masterpiece class on making our own smudge stick using the medicine of the plants and feathers using the medicine of the animals.  I have enclosed pictures of the masterpieces the children did of their smudge sticks and feathers.

Are you interested in creating your own smudge stick and feather?  The first step is to ask permission of the land.  In Hawaii, we use a chant to call in the god for the plant and animal kingdom.  Other indigenous cultures have a similar ritual; however, all can agree to ask permission is the most important step.  Many cultures recognize that spirits live inside each form of matter.  When one goes into the state of ritual, prayer or meditation; you are accessing your spirit to connect with another spirit.  Once permission is granted, you may begin to harvest your needs.  Gathering is part of the discipline; the ceremony and ritual.  Everything Earth Angels used was gathered by someone in our group.  Next, you will need supplies.  You may send me a comment or email on the materials you need to make these beautiful pieces.  However, it is just as convenient to go on YouTube and find instructions.  When you are ready to create your pieces, you should put yourself and spirit into a place of peace where you are allowing your intuition to guide you on the components of your pieces.  Our group did a meditation where we saw our spirit animal, plants, elements and colors to utilize for our pieces.  Finally, you will create your pieces to enjoy, display or use to your desire.

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Reference:

Taos Herb Company, 2010.  About Sacred & Blessing Herbs.  Retrieved on October 27, 2015.  http://www.taosherb.com/store/sacred-herbs.html.

 

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