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By The Fire

Warm glowy nights by the fire, the day is done, sleep is near, cosy and warm by the fire’s gift of energy. Archaic times in the DNA of my being gently, so gently, give me this sense of times long go. This fire lights up my life, warmth sending my vibration high. I miss all those moments of time from birth to death of times by the fire. I miss fire. The smell lingers in my memories, I can summon them yet being in the experience is not the same. Fire, oh fire, how I miss you.. I hope I get to smell you once again, just one more time in this exsistence.

The stars are dancing, no one can see, for the eyes of one’s self standing alone outside is the one who sees. I think I see yet I know, I know, that what I know of the known is but a blip, a minuscule fragment of infinity, energy, infinite intelligence, source, love, ultimate, God………….

Inka Prophesies, MUNAY

“Accepting our own resistance is a powerful lesson that as you say allows things to flow once more. It sounds like you are reflecting wisely on your own process and I wish you all the best with that.

In answer to your question about what’s happening out there, it always helps me to remember the Andean prophecy which I have learnt about through my teachers Elizabeth Jenkins and Alberto Villoldo, to name but a few.
I hope it helps.

The Inka prophecies tell us through the engagement of our MUNAY (the power of our individual will directed by love) that we can evolve to a higher state of consciousness they call The Fourth Level.

The Inka Prophecy teaches us that we have the power to move to a state where we consciously choose LOVE over FEAR every time, to feel ourselves to be in the driver’s seat of our lives by coming into resonance with Mother Nature. The Return of the Inka tells of a time when the permanent snows of the high Andes mountain will start to disappear and the Pachacuti, meaning world turned upside down, begins to dissolve the current cosmic order, preparing the way for a new world. The time is known as the Taripaypacha—the age of meeting ourselves again, and the importance of it is to carry out the Tukuyayniniyoq, which means the Great Ayni, or cultural exchange of the knowledge and achievements of all the children of Pachamama around the world.

(© From notes shared by Elizabeth B Jenkins 2020)

For me, this means creating a sacred space for myself, my friends and family and my community. This space helps us all to feel empowered and connected to the earth. It also means sharing and exchanging my highest energies with the world as an act of Ayni or sacred exchange. It’s a constant work in progress, I don’t have all the answers!

I believe that a lot of what we are seeing are third level patterns and old ways of existing that need to be let go, so that a new world can be dreamt into being. I believe that we are all Medicine men and women, who hold the power to change our surroundings to a place that helps us to live more in harmony with the natural world.

If you feel confused or are afraid about this situation, I recommend any of the tools I have sent you as part of the resource pack to raise your vibration.

In Munay,

“You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche” – Anonymous Email From A Shaman

Q’ero Shamanism

History of Q’ero Shamanism

The Q’ero lineage are a group of indigenous Indians originating from the highest Andes of Peru. When the Spanish conquistadors invaded Peru in the 1500’s, some survivors escaped into the mountains to keep their sacred teachings pure. The Q’ero’s have been able to pass on their healing traditions and ceremony aurally from one generation to the next.

Recently the Q’ero medicine men and women witnessed the glaciers melting in the Andes. To them this was a sign from an ancient prophecy
that it was time for them to come down from the mountains and share their medicine with the west, which they have willingly done. The Q’ero teachings are about bringing things back into balance with nature and to
work in ‘Ayni’ or in reciprocity. The Q’eros see the divine in all nature and speak to each mountain, star, rock, river and tree with great care. In the Quechuan language, there is no word for ‘I’.

The real value of the practices of Andean Sacred Tradition is to help us live life consciously.

This is what the choice of a spiritual path is all about, not just cultivating qualities that enhance well-being such as non-judgement, unconditional love, forgiveness and patience. It’s also being conscious of every action, thought, feeling, emotional intention, intuition, dream and vision. It’s about bridging worlds, not being immersed in either the mundane or the magical. It’s about having the courage to dance between both and to get up quickly when we fall.

Contemporary shamanism holds teachings that are thousands of years old and honed for modern day living. They are efficient light filled practices that bring us back into balance with the Earth and ourselves.

The Q’ero medicine men and women continue to develop advanced techniques in healing, divination and ceremony while keeping a strong spiritual connection to the Andes. These teachings help us to step into our highest destiny and evolve from a place of Munay, or ‘love in service’.”

Source: Ali Rabjohns