A Guide to Liberating Energies Trapped in Buildings and Land
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 109 pages|
|Other Information: ||12 line drawings|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 November 2006|
Have you ever walked into a room and felt a chill or that something wasn't quite right? Or have you entered a space and suddenly become sad or agitated for no apparent reason? On the other hand, are there places you have visited that consistently bring about an inexplicable sense of contentment? The spaces where we live and work may harbour spirits or energies that affect our well-being. If spirits are trapped, their energies may cause us mental or emotional distress, on the other hand their presence can uplift us emotionally or contribute to a joyful state of mind. Additionally, energy patterns in structures or on land can be either negative or positive, depending on their origin and vibrational rate. Fortunately though, with the assistance of guides and spirit helpers, "blocked" spaces can be cleared and any negative energy can be transformed to positive energy by raising the vibrational rate. Everyone has the potential capacity to perceive phenomena energetically and work with that energy. In concise and easy to follow language, Jim Pathfinder Ewing explains in his book how to develop this capacity and details techniques for working with it in a beneficial way.
Table of Contents
Getting Started Chapter One: Identifying Places of Sadness, Suffering, or Agitation Chapter Two: Preparing to Liberate Trapped Energies Chapter Three: Meeting the Spirits of the Land Chapter Four: Performing Release Ceremonies Other Resources Notes Glossary Bibliography
About the Author
Jim PathFinder Ewing (Nvnehi Awatisgi, in Cherokee) serves as his community's medicine man, sponsors workshops for the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, teaches Karuna Reiki classes, and lectures on shamanism, energy medicine, and Native American spirituality. He is an elder of the Manataka Indian Council of Hot Springs, Arkansas, as well as an enrolled member of the Southern Cherokee Tribe and Associated Bands in Texas and the Bear Clan Medicine Society of Russellville, Arkansas. He has written for About.com, Awareness, PlanetLightworker, Smash!, Spirit of Ma'at, and Voice of the New Earth. He lives in Lena, Mississippi.
"Successfully integrates the ancient teachings of the Far East with Native American knowledge to produce a truly remarkable and worthwhile book." -Lee Standing Bear Moore, Manataka American Indian Council "A must read for anyone interested in helping to heal the earth."-Kathleen Jacoby, author, Vision of the Grail
|Publisher: ||Findhorn Press Ltd.|
|Dimensions: ||20.07 x 12.8 x 0.81 centimeters (0.16 kg)|