Nirvikalpa is a Sanskrit term which can be translated as “transconceptual.” The word consists of the prefix nir, meaning “without” or “beyond”; vi, meaning “apart from”; and kalpa, meaning “order.” In yoga, it is defined as the processes of the mind that are wordless, with no thought form or discursive thoughts. It is not unconsciousness, but rather awareness that is simple and natural, beyond order, beyond analytical thinking and beyond time, space and knowledge.
Kinetic energy is the unintentional, spontaneous manipulation of inanimate objects through no obvious physical means, causing its possessor to become kind of a walking force field.
Kinetic energy is often at its strongest when the body is going through dramatic hormonal changes – during pre-pubescence or puberty, or in pregnant or menopausal women. It can also manifest itself in young children.
An imprint is an intensely concentrated pocket of energy – a site at which some extremely dramatic event/s has taken place with such profound impact that the images and emotions from those events literally become a part of the land and the atmosphere at the site itself. Not only do those images and emotions become self-sustaining over the years, but everyone who experiences the powerful effect of the imprinted images and emotions and strongly reacts also lends even more energy to the imprint and helps perpetuate it.
The universal Energy Field is the energy of all existence, which encompasses the physical and non-physical.
Ley lines are a geographical alignment of the worlds ancient megaliths and monuments. They’re not lines we can actually see on a map- like latitude and longitude, these lines are patterns of supernatural energy that intersect and flow. They can be harnessed by anyone sensitive to working with energy.
The term “ley lines” was coined by archeologist Alfred Watkins. He believed that waterways, naturally forming ridges and various routes ancients used as trade routes and migration pathways are all part of this ‘map’ although his theory was limited to the British Isles, today we use it as a globalized concept.
VORTEXES & LEY LINES
Intersecting ley lines create vortexes or spirals of energy – just like a chakra.
Ley line researcher David Cowan theorised that these spirals or vortexes are either negative (black spirals) or positive (white spirals), much like the theory of yin and yang energy. It is believed these vortexes are capable of healing and aligning with our energy as well as earth! Many people use them to mediate, hold rituals and engage with this energy directly.
Soluntra king tells us that the cause of a negative area can be from many different imbalances. Perhaps a negative Ley line or crossing of lines, could be created or made by
~Collective negative thought patterns of the people in the environment, or from along the line.
~Geopathic stress from the earths movement
~Disharmonious radiations from underground streams.
~Manmade radiation – wifi, microwaves, electricity or even blockages in the earths energy grid.
In order to create harmony we need to achieve free flowing positive energy grids and vortexes. This is where we can use the help of crystals for activation work.
The chakra system holds your body’s energy (or prana) and your actions can help keep it in balance.
The Sanskrit word chakra translates to a wheel or disk. In yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda, this term refers to wheels of energy throughout the body. There are seven main chakras that align along the spine, starting from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. The spheres run along the spine, but extend through and past the front, back, and both sides of your body. Chakras are a spinning vortex of energy that is not seen by the human eye but can be seen, felt, and sensed with intuition. This invisible healing energy, called prana, is a vital life force, which keeps us vibrant, healthy, and alive.
Chakras store the energy of thoughts, feelings, memories, experiences, and actions. They influence and direct our present and future mindset, behaviour, emotional health, and actions. The life force in each chakra can be processed, transmuted and released so that we consciously manifest what we want to call in, rather than experience more of the same. Chakra healing is the intentional practice of connecting with our stored energy, so we may understand how our past is influencing the present and the future. Prana informs us, and influences our actions and behaviors, determining our health, career opportunities, relationships, and more. The subtle body depicts how our inner reality creates our outer reality.
Crystals amplify and raise energy vibrations, whether this is for you, your space, your home or even your pets. They can make us more aware of our own energy as well as offering a helping hand to keep us present and in the moment. Perhaps in this manic digital age where distraction is everywhere, this is why crystals are having such a moment. They help support us when we are blocked, lacking in energy, feel slowed down or need calming.
There is evidence to suggest that crystals have been used in healing for around 6,000 years, dating back to Sumerians and ancient Egyptians. Nowadays the use of crystal healing relates more to the Buddhist and Hindu understanding of our ‘chakras’ (the energy centres in our body). Regardless, all of the different practices relating to crystal healing assign different properties to different types of crystals. The effect of each crystal changes not just with its type but also its shape and how it has been activated and cleansed.
Ebullience /ɪˈbʊlɪəns/ ~ The quality of being cheerful and full of energy; exuberance.
Habits are cobwebs at first, cables at last. ~ Chinese Proverb