Sakala pramatribhava is a state within a meditation practice in which an individual is also aware of the outside world. From Sanskrit, sakala means “total,” “complete” or “consisting of all parts”; and pramatribhava refers to different meditative states. Within a yoga practice, the goal is to unlock energy and enter deeper states of awareness of the self and the universe (or outside world) through asana, pranayama, chanting and meditation.
What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. ~ Native American Proverb
Have you had a past life in Lemuria? Lemuria or Mu is believed to have been a continent where heaven really was a place on Earth. The Lemurians are thought of as a peaceful, highly intelligent race of people that existed millions of years ago. In Lemuria, life worked in harmony, all beings were seen as equal and we were deeply reverent to Mother Earth. All knew that a mosquito was no worse than them and the sun no better.
In the 19th century, biologists discovered that there was similar flora and fauna in southern India and Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and southern Africa. Philip L Schattler proposed the idea of a land bridge between southern India and southern Africa that many then believed was the lost continent of Lemuria.
It is believed that Lemuria or Mu existed where the Pacific Ocean is now and potentially the Indian Ocean too, with pockets of places such as Hawaii, South Pacific Islands, Easter Island, Fiji, New Zealand, Asia, Australia and into the Indian oceans, holding the frequency of Lemuria still today. I was called to spend extended time on Kauai – Hawaii’s oldest island, and one that some people believe still holds the frequency and could have possibly been the capital of Lemuria itself. I feel this Lemurian frequency when I am in places like this. Especially when I am in crystal clear water.
I believe that the first wave of Starseeds to come to Earth lived on the continent of Lemuria. My soul’s memory of Lemuria is one of crystal-clear waters and crystal mountains. With juicy fruit and breathtaking flowers. A paradise, garden-of-Eden type of feeling. Where we were at one with nature and saw everything around us as sentient beings. We communicated with trees, flowers and animals. The beings of Lemuria had special gifts. All were healers. All were team orientated and focused on one love. A soul family type vibe. We were shapeshifters with an ability to change form, using telepathy and were able to move in a similar way to whales, dolphins and birds, both on the land, through the air and the water.
Many myths speak of there being a great flood or cataclysm which brought about the end and sinking of Lemuria. Some went into the ocean and shapeshifted into whales, dolphins and the Mer (Mermaids). Others went underground into tunnels deep in the earth. Others became the stone people. And others fled to other lands. Those that survived went on undercover attempting to integrate with the rest of the planet. It is thought that the Lemurians became the shamans and healers of the globe, sharing their healing gifts and passing them on. This may be why so many of the world’s religions, lineages and healing modalities are so similar when you break them down in essence, because they came from the same place… Lemuria. Some believe that there is a Lemurian civilization living within and underneath Mount Shasta, a volcano in California.
It is thought that at the end of the age of Lemuria, the Lemurians did what they could to store the wisdom and did so by coding it stones and crystals. When I was in Kauai I crossed paths with a shaman who was trained by a lineage of Kauai shamans, she took me to ancient Lemuria guardian stones that held so much wisdom in them.
Perhaps you too believe that heaven really can be a place on Earth. Perhaps you are part of the transition team who at soul level are devoted to creating this kind of harmony on the planet now. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the state of affairs on the planet right now, but you are being encouraged to keep holding the clear vision of the future; it is closer than you think.
You may be guided to hold the frequency of Lemuria in your own community, family, workplace, or within yourself. Know that it is possible, and while at times it may feel like you are alone, you truly are not. There are hundreds of thousands who hold the codes of this ancient lost land. Keep doing what you are doing and remember: The only way to heal the world around us is to first heal ourselves.
Adiyogi is the originator of yoga. From Sanskrit, adi means “first” and yogi refers to a practitioner of yoga. According to yogic philosophy, Shiva is not only a Hindu god, but the first yogi and the first guru. Hence, he is also called Adiyogi or Adiguru.
Deontological Ethics is the ethical position that judges the morality of an action based on the action’s adherence to a rule or rules. It is sometimes described as “duty” or “obligation” or “rule” based ethics, because rules bind you to your duty. Deontological ethics is commonly contrasted with consequentialist ethical theories, according to which the rightness of an action is determined by its consequences. Deontological ethics is also contrasted from pragmatic ethics.