Heal Thy Self

tkrosevear

Joined February 2008

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Image is a caduceus drawn in paint, enhanced in photoshop with redfield plug-in fractilius. A rod entwined by two serpents and capped with the wings of Mercury. This symbol dates back over 4,000 years, usually associated with divinities in Phoenicia and Babylonia. In Egypt and India where it became the Hindu image of the kundalini. In alchemy it stood for the integration of opoosites (mercury and sulphur). The association with medicine comes from the link between the snake and rejuvenation: a staff with a single snake is the attribute of Aesculapius, god of healing. Jung saw the caduceus as the emblem of homeopathic medicine – the snake that both poisons and cures.

This piece accompanies a previous upload called Age of Aquarius as February 14, 2009, an alignment will take place at 7:25am (GMT) for 18 minutes – I invite you, in the Universal Heart, to add your own intentions for love, peace and healing and to co-create the dawning of the age of Aquarius.

“The most profound spiritual traditions of ancient times perceived the manifest world, at all scales of existence as being generated and pervaded by a cosmic trinity of active, passive and neutral principles – the divine essence of the masculine, feminine and child. The Vedic sages of ancient India saw the male. active life-force energy they called the pingala and the female/passive energy they called ida weaving around and through our chakras and the child/neutral energy they called the shushumna as channeling up through them.
When these divine masculine and feminine energies are balanced and so able to fully ‘birth’ the divine child energies within us, the ancient sages saw the so-called kundalini energy that otherwise lies dormant at the base of the spine, surge through us enabling us to fully embody our divine nature.
The purpose of the sacred marriage between the divine feminine and masculine that the ancient peoples, such as those of Malta, enacted in their temples was thus not only to bring cosmic harmony and fertility to their land but within themselves. For such balance enables the energetic activation of ‘birth’ of the divine child within us and the attainment of enlightenment.
When this cosmic trinity of consciousness is harmonized and fully expressed within us, we are truly “healed” and “whole” as embodied by the universal symbol of the caduceus, as a representation of healing from earliest times.
For millennia, only the highest adepts understood and have attained such wholeness. But elders and mystics around the world are saying that now is the time, when we have evolved to a point where we are all able to awaken our inner divinity.
This is our spiritual destiny at the dawning of the age of Aquarius.” Jude Currivan, Ph.D. from greatmystery.org

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