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PortalofAlchemy

Introduction to Fiona van Rensburg

 

Chirology reading of Fiona 1 of 3


Archangelic Attunements with Fiona

 

What blocks our chakras – Intro by Fiona

Crystal Light Body/Merkaba Activation Course for Practitioners

fiona silver – what chakra balancing is all about

by fiona silver butterfly

 


fiona silver – the art of smudging

by fiona silver butterfly


 

fiona silver – daily protection and invocation

by fiona silver butterfly


 

fiona silver – merkabah, the chariot of ascension

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fiona silver – multidimensional: chakras

This video is best when viewed in high quality. The information in this video was channeled from Ra, spokesperson for the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light. I am not the channeler. Ra is a being who is part of a collective group called the Pleiadian Archangelic Tribes of Light. These archangels serve as wards of Earth and our solar system. There are four of these Archangelic Tribes that are delineated by the color they emanate: the golden yellow, the scarlet red, the clear sky blue, and the gentle emerald green. There are many beings of each color, and all beings of the same color share the same name. All of the golden yellow Pleiadian Archangelic Tribe members are called Ra and are the keepers of divine wisdom, which is the product of all experience. The other beings are called Ptah, Ma-at and An-Ra. These names are familiar because they were frequently used in ancient Egypt, especially for royalty. The Egyptians were more advanced spiritually in ancient times than they are currently. The Pleiadians, including the Archangelic Tribes, were commonly in communication with the ancient Egyptians who were able to respond to them during their height of spiritual advancement. Usually every 5200 years or 26,000 years, the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light make themselves known to awaken us to where we are in our evolution and to what is needed in order to take the next steps. Their common purposes are the overall evolution of the planet and the human race and to store enough higher knowledge here on Earth for the Great Awakening. I would highly recommend the “Pleiadian Workbook: Awakening Your Divine Ka” by Amorah Quan Yin for techniques on grounding, self healing, clearings (includes clearing of the chakras), Ka activation, cellular reorientation and repatterning, and more. It really is an amazing book with techniques that help and work. About the Pleiadian Workbook: The Pleiadian Workbook is a direct transmission from the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light–Light beings from the Pleiades–who say it’s time now for spiritual growth, ascension, and healing. Through Amorah Quan Yin, we are taught to open our ” Ka Channels, ” which pull energy from our multidimensional, holographic selves into our physical bodies. These galactic healing techniques align us with our divine selves, raise our vibratory rates, and rejuvenate and balance our bodies, while accelerating spiritual evolution and stimulating emotional healing.


fiona silver – money and spirituality (is it right to charge money for spiritual or healing)

Ask Teal Website – http://www.askteal.com This video does not mean to discourage philanthropy or generosity. It is designed to help people in the spiritual and healing field to align with receiving money for their trade. It is designed to discourage people in these fields from confusing philanthropy and generosity with self sacrifice. The idea that spirituality and money can’t co exist and that there is something ethically wrong with turning spirituality into a business is a sacred idea to many of us. We take it as so much of a truth; that we are unwilling to question it fully. In actuality, assigning value to your offering on a spiritual level is no different than assigning a value to an item that is totally unrelated to spirituality because the item is no less spiritual than your spiritual work is. Physical, material things are not separate from source energy. They are not separate from spirit. They are extensions of spirit. What does this mean? Money too is an extension of spirit; so it is a misunderstanding to say that money and spirituality is a contradiction. Most of us who are dedicated to spirituality pour our own mind, heart soul, money and time into spiritual practice. We dedicate our lives to it in the same way that any other professional pours their existence into their trade. And so the question to ask yourself is: Do you value your dedication and your skills? Do you think highly enough of yourself or what you have to offer (your expertise) that it is conceivable that what you know could benefit and therefore be valuable to someone else? Also, there is also a little known fact… if you offer things for free, people doubt the value of whatever it is that you are offering. Charging money for things actually psychologically causes people to value it and take it seriously. The most important thing is that we must stay in alignment with out own sense of integrity. We cannot draw absolutes about what is or isn’t right, what is or isn’t in alignment because right and wrong are human concepts that do not exist from source’s perspective. And, our alignment is always based on our perspectives and where we currently are vibrationally, and that is always different from person to person. An important question to ask yourself is: Do you want to dedicate your life to spiritual practice and to providing others with the fruits of that dedication? Or do you want to work at a job that you do not feel passion for, just because you have been told and you have been telling yourself that it is more ethical? Is it really more ethical to make money doing something you don’t actually want to do like working and MacDonald’s than it is to involve money in your spiritual practice? The bottom line is: You should be doing the job that you would be doing a. If you never got paid a cent for it and b. If you were so wealthy that you didn’t need to get paid for it. But there is nothing wrong with earning an income to support your day-to-day life and the lives of those who depend on you while doing that thing that you love the most. Receiving money for what you love to do is just a bonus. A bonus, which in today’s society is not just beneficial, it is necessary.