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Mudra to Heal the Right Side of the Heart . channeled by Alice B. Clagett

Filmed on 24 September 2020; published on 8 October 2020

  • VIDEO BY ALICE
  • SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Dear Ones,

Here is a video with a mudra to heal the right side of the heart. There is an edited Summary after the video …

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
I have a mudra that I channeled today. It is to heal the right side of the heart and the chest of a person that you care about. You can hold a little flower in your right hand, right about chest level …

Image: Mudra to Heal the Right Side of the Heart: Position of Right Hand,” by Alice B. Clagett, 24 September 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: Mudra to Heal the Right Side of the Heart: Position of Right Hand,” by Alice B. Clagett, 24 September 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

And then the other hand is held fingers up and relaxed, palm out, at the level of the heart …

Image: Mudra to Heal the Right Side of the Heart: Showing Position of Both Hands,” by Alice B. Clagett, 24 September 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: Mudra to Heal the Right Side of the Heart: Showing Position of Both Hands,” by Alice B. Clagett, 24 September 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0

This is a mudra to heal the right side of the heart of someone that you love.
God bless you all as we proceed on, towards the Winter Solstice, having passed through the Autumnal Equinox. Everyone, take care. Talk to you later. And may your hearts be completely healed.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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Leading with the Heart . by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 25 April 2016. Video filmed on 22 April 2016; published on 25 April 2016

  • JOINING ONE’S ENERGY TO THAT OF THE UNIVERSE
  • LEADING WITH THE HEART THROUGH MOVEMENT IN THE WORLD
  • BALANCING THE BODY’S ENERGIES: BREATH EXERCISES TO ADJUST PRANA
  • SPONTANEOUS ADJUSTMENT OF PRANIC FLOW: A KRIYA BY ALICE
    • Video by Alice
    • Summary of the Video

Dear Ones,

Last week, midweek, I went to see a Shen Yun performance. I learned a very great deal there, with regard to leading with the heart through movement in the world.

I have been trying to find a way to express this, so that others can atune to it too.

JOINING ONE’S ENERGY TO THAT OF THE UNIVERSE

I would like to start with the Shen Yun video “At One with Nature,” which seems to me to express joining one’s energy to that of the Universe.

Video: “At One With Nature – The Most Inspiring Dance Video,” by Shen Yun Official Account, 12 March 2015 … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U471PIge39Q ..

I read on their website …

Link: “Shen Yun,” by Shen Yun Performing Arts … https://www.shenyunperformingarts.org/ ..

… that it is the Arts that make a connection between heaven and Earth. The first act of the performance I saw enacted bringing the gods of the heaven worlds to Earth. As the performers danced, the air above them filled with movement, as if Divine beings had materialized on the astral plane to bless the performers and the audience.

The performance deals with many energies other than human-human interactions. Shen Yun speaks to the archetypal images of heroes, dragons, sages, emperors, and the Gods (the immortals). In this sense, the stage is much larger than that of modern mass media. Further, the cast of characters has within it the elements that allow the Soul to choose a way of being untainted by Darkness.

What I am suggesting is that person-to-person relationships, while much vaunted and much thought of, are only a very small portion of all that a human being is capable of relating to in terms of living energies. For me, for instance, my relationship to the Earth, to the Souls of those who have passed on before us, to the world of the Jinn and the Ifrits, to the Plane of Forces, to the nature spirits, to my fellow beings of Light, and to the Angelic Realm including the Devas, is purely fascinating. Further, how I hold the Demon Realm and the forces of Darkness, is of utmost importance in an opposite kind of way.

When Awareness is expanded to the many that comprise the All, everything changes. The human mind first attains a degree of neutrality, a suspension of shiftless and worthless meanderings. Slowly it shifts from interpersonal Awareness to the vast play of cosmic Awareness.

The emotions refine; negative trills and frightful thrills riffle off into the ethers. The heart enlivens and embraces Love for all beings everywhere. This is the Cosmic Drama, and not just the small screen of everyday life as vetted by societal expectations.

And so, I say, why not look to that which is not expected? Find that for which there is no name. Explore the Unknown in us, and everywhere around us. What a wonderful quest might that be!

LEADING WITH THE HEART THROUGH MOVEMENT IN THE WORLD

This next video expresses leading with the heart through movement in the world …

Video: “o3 24 forms Yang Style Taichi Chuan by ‘Queen of Taichi’ Master Jiamin Gao of US Wushu Center,” by Chinese Wushu & Tai Chi Academy, 13 August 2016 … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=an5qNCspzUw ..

See how exquisitely balanced the movement of the dancer is? What if my chakras were that well balanced? What if I had that kind of atunement with movement? There arose in me a longing to be like that.

Then a few days later, I realized that sort of atunement might be had through ‘leading with the heart’ through movement. I have been searching youtube to find an example of dance that would show what I intuited. I think this young lady expresses it well, as does the song “You Raise Me Up” …

Video: “You Raise Me Up – Solo Dance,” by gossipinelle, 5 February 2010 … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pn04aOKHaKk ..

There is a way of walking, I heard, in India, where when a person steps forward with one foot, the toes are the first part of the foot to touch the ground. I took a class in tracking and Native American lore once, and the teachers described this same way of walking. They said it was used to walk silently through the forest. Here is a similar walking pattern, toes first, in ballet …

Video: “Ballet Class – Classical Walks, Beverley Leisure Centre, Beverley, E.Yorks, England in the year 1994, by daimen1352, 25 May 2012 … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40oyk53Am5w ..

It seems to me this way of walking, even thought rather than actually practiced while walking, can create a fluid grace of movement, and a balance of form. For me, it allows me to bring conscious Awareness into the everyday movement of walking … from the parking lot to the grocery store, for instance … or anytime.

Then the second feature of this aware way of walking is to make the chest convex rather than concave. This way the shoulders are back, the head is erect, and the function and energies of the heart are not cramped up by a constricted ribcage.

I have to say, it is an incredible feeling using this convex chest posture; the blood is more oxygenated, and movement flows through the body, into the world, as if derived from Source itself. It is as if God were leading my dance with the Universe.

Some very good ways to correct chest posture are the shoulder rolls and neck rolls of yoga. This video shows my favorite 10-minute yoga warmup session, with neck and shoulder rolls starting at 7.19 on the video …

Video: “YogaVision Kundalini Yoga Warm Up Exercises,” by Kundalini Yoga 101, 16 June 2013, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmBYcZvURbs ..

So that is what I have on leading with the heart through movement in the world.

BALANCING THE BODY’S ENERGIES: BREATH EXERCISES TO ADJUST PRANA

One thing I noticed right away about the Shen Yun dancers was how evenly distributed their chakric energies were, up and down the spine. As well, their pranic energy was smoothly flowing up and down their body; it was not stuck anywhere.

One of the best ways to become familiar with the body’s pranic energy is through regulation and observation of the breath, for it is the breath that brings prana into the body and distributes it throughout. When the breath is cramped, or unconscious and automatic, the body’s prana stagnates and pools up here and there.

To the psychic eye, observing a person with stagnant prana is like seeing a body made of wood, rather than a living being. Here is a musical example of the difference between flowing and stagnant prana: In this Musical Suite by Bartok, one motif (that of the wooden doll) expresses the feel of wooden or stagnant prana. The other motif (that of the Princess) has the feel of flowing prana.

Video: “Bela Bartok – The Wooden Prince, Op. 13, Sz. 60,” by Classical Music, 24 March 2017 … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ossb9jmIeU … Suite From ‘the Wooden Prince’, Op. 13 – Dance Of The Princess.

Here is an art example of what I sense on the psychic plane when a person’s prana is not flowing …

wooden-statue-of-a-man

Image: “Wooden Statue of a Man,” Canon EOS 5D Mark II 1/50s, f 4.0, ISO 2000, 58 mm … from Public Domain Pictures … http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=16019 … public domain

Image: “Wooden Statue of a Man,” Canon EOS 5D Mark II 1/50s, f 4.0, ISO 2000, 58 mm … from Public Domain Pictures … http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=16019 … public domain

This sort of ‘wooden prana’ gives rise to physical discomfort. With time, this discomfort can manifest as physical dis-ease. Fortunately, this condition is easily alleviated through attention to the breath. Here are a few examples …

  • Long, deep breathing … sit comfortably, or lie down on the back. Make the duration of  inhalation of breath and the duration of exhalation of breath as long and deep as is comfortable. Then lie down on the back and allow the prana to circulate through the body.
  • ‘Breath of fire’ … sit comfortably; begin with short, rapid breaths. Pump the navel point in with each exhale. This pranic technique quickly cleanses toxins from the blood, so begin with just 1 to 3 minutes; with time, you can practice longer and longer. Conclude with a few long, deep breaths. Then lie down on the back and allow the prana to circulate through the body.
  • The 8-Count Breath … The number 8 stands for the Infinite, since it has neither beginning nor end. The 8-Count Breath allows a person to experience the Infinite within and without. Sit comfortably. Inhale slowly and deeply to a count of 8; hold the breath in for a count of 8; then exhale slowly and deeply to a count of 8; and hold the breath out for a count of 8. This pranic technique frees pooled and trapped prana from the body. Trapped prana has a barrier of unconscious negative thought that keeps it walled off from the normal pranic flow of the body. When, through practice of the 8-Count Breath, the pooled energy rejoins the overall pranic flow, there can be a burst of energy as the negative-thought-barrier collapses, and the mind and emotions can be momentarily overwhelmed with negative experiences of the past, which are being freed up. This release of past Soul trauma can make the first few experiences with the 8-count breath memorable. So begin with just 1 to 3 minutes; with time, you can practice longer and longer. Conclude with a few long, deep breaths. Then lie down on the back and allow the prana to circulate through the body.

Here 3HO offers more techniques for regulating prana, as well as more thorough explanations of the techniques mentioned above …

Link: “Pranayam Techniques,” by 3HO … https://www.3ho.org/kundalini-yoga/pranayam/pranayam-techniques ..

SPONTANEOUS ADJUSTMENT OF PRANIC FLOW: A KRIYA BY ALICE

A few days ago, I discovered the art of spontaneous adjustment of pranic flow; I credit this as an unexpected outcome of viewing the Shen Yun performance. I was led to this through concern for stagnation of the mental and emotional bodies, which as an empathic telepath I had been observing not just in myself, but also in many other people. Telepathically, I had found this stagnation manifesting in Earth’s noosphere in form of …

  • astral stories,
  • repeated incursions of the unconconscious thought cloud of the world through the Lower Triangle,
  • chakric malware neg-speak, and
  • repeated misaligned energy patterns of the heart chakra

Here is the video on my discovery of a visualization with body movement that restores pranic flow ‘on the spot’ … thus dispersing and dissolving the astral stories, the unconscious input from the ever-flowing collective unconscious mind of the world, the chakric neg-speak (which seems to ‘hop’ from person to person, on either the astral or the physical plane), and the misaligned heart energy patterns …

Video by Alice
Filmed on 22 April 2016; published on 25 April 2016

Summary of the Video
This Summary has been edited.

Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

I have a technique for pranic enhancement, which I found works better when it is done synchronously with a slow musical beat, such as a heartbeat rhythm on a drum, or a slow, chanting beat.

I really like the sacred music of Krishna Das, and so I found it most helpful to do the above visualization to the slow rhythm of Hanuman Chalisa …

Video: “Hanuman Chalisa, Kakrighat, India September 2009 – Krishna Das,” by Krishna Das Music, 1 February 2010 … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvLPrWqBjl8 ..

But I will show it to you here, with no music, and I will mention, too, that the results I have found are that, for me, it stops telepathy in the throat and the third-eye point, and it creates the most beautiful musical, ‘tinkling bell’ sound all around the crown chakra … an incredibly beautiful filigree of sound … very, very high sound, like there were tiny little angels up there, making little cymbal sounds.

It has a twofold purpose: It stops the kind of sound that is discordant and what they call ‘misaligned’ in the astral plane; and it creates a very pleasant sound. Fortunately, it is very easy. I will show you …

It involves a hand movement; and in the movement, you imagine you are in a kind of liquid like water, Something like water is all around you. In fact, this is pranic currents on the astral plane. You imagine that you are moving this ‘water’ up and out … up and out … with the breath or with the rhythm of the music. I will show you …

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 1,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up about 6 inches above the thighs. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 1,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up about 6 inches above the thighs. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up at heart level. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up at heart level. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up at neck level. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up at neck level. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 4,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up at the level of the ears. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 4,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands palms up at the level of the ears. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 5,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands (which cannot be seen in the image) are palms up above head. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy y and liquid up.

Image: “Spontaneous Adjustment of Pranic Flow Kriya 5,” by Alice B. Clagett, 22 April 2016, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: Self-portrait, sitting cross-legged. Elbows about 6 inches from the sides of the body. Hands (which cannot be seen in the image) are palms up above head. Thumbs are extended outward, fingers extended and about 6 inches apart, as if lifting something heavy and liquid up.

Pretty easy, is it not? … [gives thumbs up sign]

The feeling I got after doing this visualization was of of clair stillness, along with great pranic vitality.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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Gesture of Warding: Offering Demons up to God . by Alice B. Clagett

Filmed and published on 11 January 2015; revised
Previously titled: Offering Up Demons

  • VIDEO BY ALICE
  • SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
    • Gesture of Warding: Offering Demons Up to God
    • Postlude: Music of Chris Zabriskie and Images: Sunset in the Santa Susanna Mountains

Dear Ones,

Why do we sometimes see demons and devils? How can we send them off to God? Here is a video by me, followed by an edited Summary of the video. The Postlude features the music of Chris Zabriskie and images of sunset.

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice.

I have a gesture that you can use, in case you feel that you’re seeing or sensing or hearing demons. You know, the Buddhists are very conversant with the Demon World, and they spent a lot of time, in the sacred texts, writing about the state of mind that we need in order to avoid demons.

And the problem with demons is, that they cause leaks in our energy field, so that the true magnificence of our Souls cannot shine forth as well as it is intended to do. So, as we proceed on the path of enlightenment and self-realization and awareness, what frequently … in fact, probably most of the time … happens is that our LIght … the Light of our Souls … becomes much brighter than the Light of people around us.

And in the fourth dimension, it attracts the attention of Demons. Not that they are not all around, everywhere, anyway … but when you really start practicing, the Demons really start noticing.

So that is why the sacred texts of many religions explain what to do; because people on the Spiritual Path need to know this thing.

  • This includes Christian texts, and the power of Prayer, and Selfless Service, and Recollection, and Contemplation, and Meditation, for instance, in the Christian way.
  • And in the Hindu way, it includes the power of devotional singing and chanting, the way of bhakti … and other ways, too. They have a whole science about it. Bhakti is a very pleasant way to avoid demons, because that Sound … that Sacred Sound … is always going in the back of our heads.
  • Then in the Buddhist texts, I was reading, the other day, about the way that we can cultivate our minds, so as to have a mind that is so clear … so devoid of snags and hooks and attachments and desires, and all that, that demons cannot get a toehold.

So there are all these teachings out there to help us: Prayer … prayer is immensely important. And lifting ourselves up to the notion of the Divine, because where the Divine is … where Christ is, where Buddha is, where the notion of Brahma becomes a true thing in our lives, where we walk the path of the Dharma, where we feel the presence of Lord Krishna … Those are not spaces, in any Dimension, where any Demon can be.

But nobody is perfect. And, on the Spiritual Path, people do run into Demons, Devils, stuff like that, every once in a while. So I was very pleased to find out about this very eloquent and very simple gesture that a person can do.

Gesture of Warding: Offering Demons Up to God

The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

I think it is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. So I will just step back and show it to you. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God …

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Image: Offering Demons Up to God 1,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the beginning of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are cupped, palms up, hands near each other in front of the body at the level of the navel point … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 1,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the beginning of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are cupped, palms up, hands near each other in front of the body at the level of the navel point … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

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Image: Offering Demons Up to God 2,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the second part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms forward, arms spread out from the sides at the level of the heart … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 2,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the second part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms forward, arms spread out from the sides at the level of the heart … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

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Image: Offering Demons Up to God 3,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the third part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms spread out from the sides of the head at the level of the crown chakra … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 3,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the third part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms spread out from the sides of the head at the level of the crown chakra … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

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Image: Offering Demons Up to God 4,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the fourth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms raised up above the head and shoulders’ width apart, about a foot above the head, close to the level of the ninth chakra … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 4,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the fourth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms raised up above the head and shoulders’ width apart, about a foot above the head, close to the level of the ninth chakra … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

bow5

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 5,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the fifth part of the gesture, the person is standing. The right foot is beginning to move forward. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, little fingers touching,  about three inches above the head, at the level of the eighth chakra … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 5,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the fifth part of the gesture, the person is standing. The right foot is beginning to move forward. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, little fingers touching,  about three inches above the head, at the level of the eighth chakra … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

bow6

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 6,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the sixth part of the gesture, the person is standing. The right foot is placed forward, and some weight is upon it. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, little fingers touching, with the wrists touching the top of the forehead. The person places the right foot forward and bows the head … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 6,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the sixth part of the gesture, the person is standing. The right foot is placed forward, and some weight is upon it. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, little fingers touching, with the wrists touching the top of the forehead. The person places the right foot forward and bows the head … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

bow7

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 7,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the seventh part of the gesture, the person is standing. The right foot is moved back and placed next to the left foot. Hands are relaxedly cupped, near the level of the crown chakra, forearms up, elbows bent and out at the sides at the level of the heart chakra … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 7,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the seventh part of the gesture, the person is standing. The right foot is moved back and placed next to the left foot. Hands are relaxedly cupped, near the level of the crown chakra, forearms up, elbows bent and out at the sides at the level of the heart chakra … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

bow8

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 8,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the eighth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms extended outward at the sides at the level of the high heart, elbows relaxed … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 8,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the eighth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms extended outward at the sides at the level of the high heart, elbows relaxed … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

bow9

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 9,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the ninth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms extended outward at the sides at the level of the navel point, elbows relaxed … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 9,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the ninth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Hands are relaxedly cupped, palms up, arms extended outward at the sides at the level of the navel point, elbows relaxed … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

bow10

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 10,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … DESCRIPTION: In this, the tenth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Arms are relaxed down by the sides, fingers pointed down … COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Image: Offering Demons Up to God 10,” self-portrait by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0, from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … 

DESCRIPTION: In this, the tenth part of the gesture, the person is standing, feet shoulders’ width apart. Arms are relaxed down by the sides, fingers pointed down … 

COMMENT: I think this is a Buddhist gesture to offer the energy of the Demons and of the Demon world, up to God. The complete gesture of warding is this: The person is standing up. The hands are cupped, palms up, in front of the body at the level of the navel point. Then the arms are slowly and gracefully spread wide in a sweeping arc, and find their way together above the bowed head, with the cupped hands raised like a chalice just over the bowed forehead, as the right foot is placed forward and some weight is placed on the right foot. You will notice that the hands are cupped, as if you are holding water in your hands. But what is really happening there is that you take the demon energy and you offer it up to God. Then the right foot is placed back near the left foot as the hands once more arc wide away from the body, and are lowered to a resting position by the sides.

Postlude: Music of Chris Zabriskie and Images: Sunset in the Santa Susanna Mountains

[Then follows  “Prelude No. 2” from the album “Preludes” by Chris Zabriskie, CC BY 4.0.]

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 1,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 1,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 4,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 4,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 5,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 5,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 6,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

Image: “Sunset in the Santa Susana Mountains 6,” by Alice B. Clagett, 11 January 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0

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In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

See also: Link: “Our Demon Armies, the Power of Discrimination, and the Experience of Non-Duality,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 9 January 2015 … http://wp.me/p2Rkym-6hi ..

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