Twin Flames: A Search for Each Other

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A person may have many soul mates – really good, close friends – but only one twin flame. The philosophy behind the twin flames or twin spirits is that the original spirit was separated into yin and yang. Throughout time, the yin side would come to know its yang, and vice versa. When these two spirits come together again, their relationship is very intense, meaning that nothing but the truth will do because each knows the other intimately. If they are ready for each other, they come together to complete a mission.

This is the story of Jesse & Rose. We both have a deep understanding of each other, which is sometimes unsettling, and we can feel each others pain. We discovered that we could finally confess our lives with true understanding and without judgment. This is important for profound healing of the spirit. From the moment we realized our mutual love, we have been inseparable since the beginning of this year. Jesse has spent his life understanding the plight of women. Rose has always felt sympathy and affinity for men. We know that we have known and will know each other for eternity.

Our mission, which we come to understand more fully as we are together, is one of healing and teaching. Jesse heals spiritual wounds and dispels negative energy, while Rose provides a deeper picture of the person’s spirit and makes healing salves and ointments for Jesse’s work. In our complementary roles we embody the original purpose of man and woman, created to help each other, and the true love that can exist only between them. A final thought, do not be afraid and do not be swayed from true love. You will be tested.

 

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Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene and ancient Daoism

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According to the Gospel of Mary Magdalene, Jesus said that everyone and everything is universally connected. This was new to me. In reading this gospel, I discovered amazing similarities between the teachings of Jesus Christ and the ancient philosophy of of Daoism.

Gospel According to Mary Magdalene

page 7

  1. What is matter?
  2. Will it last forever?
  3. The Teacher answered
  4. ‘All that is born, all that is created
  5. all the elements of nature
  6. are interwoven and united with each other
  7. all that is composed shall be decomposed
  8. everything returns to its roots
  9. matter returns to the origins of matter
  10. those who have ears, let them hear’
  11. Peter said to him, “since you have become the interpreter
  12. of the elements and the events of the world, tell us
  13. what is the sin of the world?’
  14. The Teacher answered,
  15. ‘There is no sin
  16. It is you who make sin exist
  17. when you act according to the habits
  18. of your corrupted nature
  19. this is where sin lies
  20. This why the Good has come into your midst
  21. It acts together with the elements of your nature
  22. so as to reunite it with its roots’
  23. then he continued
  24. ‘This is why you become sick
  25. and why you die
  26. it is the result of your actions
  27. what you do takes you further away
  28. those who have ears, let them hear.’

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  1. ‘Attachment to matter
  2. gives rise to passion against nature
  3. thus trouble arises in the whole body
  4. this is why I tell you
  5. ‘Be in harmony…’
  6. If you are out of balance
  7. take inspiration from manifestations
  8. of your true nature.
  9. Those who have ears
  10. let them hear.
  11. After saying this, the Blessed One
  12. greeted them all, saying
  13. ‘Peace be with you–may my Peace
  14. arise and be fulfilled with in you!’

Now compare this to the conversation held 3000 years before with the Yellow Emperor of China, Huang Di and his chief medical advisor, Chi Bo.

“I’ve heard that in the days of old everyone lived one hundred years without showing the usual signs of aging. In our time, however, people age prematurely, living only fifty years. Is this due to a change in the environment, or is it because people have lost the correct way of life?”

Qi Bo replied, “In the past, people practiced the Tao, the Way of Life. They understood the principle of balance as represented by the transformations of the energies of the universe. They formulated exercises to promote energy flow to harmonize themselves with the universe. They ate a balanced diet at regular times, arose and retired at regular hours, avoided overstressing their bodies and minds, and refrained from overindulgence of all kinds. They maintained well-being of body and mind; thus, it is not surprising that they lived over one hundred years.”

“These days, people have changed their way of life. They drink wine as though it were water, indulge excessively in destructive activities, drain their jing – the body’s essence that is stored in the Kidneys – and deplete their chi. They do not know the secret of conserving their energy and vitality. Seeking emotional excitement and momentary pleasures, people disregard the natural rhythm of the universe. They fail to regulate their lifestyle and diet, and sleep improperly. So it is not surprising that they look old at fifty and die soon after.”

Jerry Alan Johnson writes in Energetic Anatomy and Physiology, “all things in nature and, in fact, all things are intrinsically woven together so that we are quite literally, all symbiotically one with the universe through the system of chi(qi).” p3.

I would say that the knowledge of the nature of the universe is eternal and both of these teachings are a reminder to live in harmony with the natural order of God’s creation.

please read the rest of the conversation of the Yellow Emperor because it describes the life of a sage, possibly Jesus Christ      Universal Truth       and this blog as well to understand more about matter and energy   matter-energy-spirit

sources

Jerry Alan Johnson. Energetic Anatomy and Physiology.

Jean-Yves Leloup. The Gospel of Mary Magdalene.

From The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine (the Neijing Suwen) ~240 B.C. translated by Maoshing Ni, Shambala Publications. 

                                 

Welcome

Welcome to Spiral Dragons Daoist Center for Transformation

We are practitioners of the ancient healing arts of Tui-na, Chi Gong, Astrology and Feng Shui. Our mission of healing stems from the Daoist concepts of living in harmony with nature and striving to balance the feminine (yin) and masculine (yang) energies by honoring them as unique, complimentary and inseparable.

We bring healing directly to our clients through the hands-on therapy of Tui-na; the physical, energetic and spiritual practice of Chi Gong; the realization of identity and health strategies based on personal astrology and physical constitution; and by providing good energy flow in home and life through Feng Shui.

As part of our healing mission we emphasize the importance of teaching others our practices, thus enabling them to take charge of their own health, the only means to true and lasting wellness.

Jesse’s story “How Chinese Theraputic Massage Reclaimed My Life” (page 3 of newsletter) recounts how Chi Gong and Tui-na helped him overcome chronic debilitating pain sustained in an auto accident, and details his training as apprentice to Master Zhang. Since completing his training, Jesse has treated over 1,000 patients, specializing in traumatic injury.

Please sit and savor a cup of tea as you browse our services and products, view our photography, and follow our adventures through our blog. Contact us with any questions or to set up an appointment.

What is tui na?

The ancient daoist term for the art of healing is called tui na. This means the pushing and pulling away of dysfunction which is accomplished by the stimulation of energetic points and meridians, the balancing of yin and yang, and the promotion of the flow of chi and blood.

According to the Yellow Emperor of China over 5,000 years ago, tui na is the oldest of all healing techniques. There is evidence that tui na was practiced over 13,000 years ago. The ancient daoists observed that when people are in pain, they instinctively grasp themselves where they hurt. This became the basis for tui na, in turn developing into many healing manipulations. I personally witness this same instinctive phenomenon. When people describe their pain or are asked what is bothering them, quite often they touch the area of pain unconsciously.

This practice is not to be confused with Swedish or western types of massage, which are interpretations originating from tui na. The purpose of tui na is to move energy-chi. Those I work on feel more energized and lighter because their chi is flowing properly throughout their bodies, their minds are calmer and clearer, and they are more connected to their spirits.

Over time, stone implements and needles were used to stimulate the energetic points and meridians. This would become a specialized technique called acupuncture. I am able to use my fingers instead, as in the original practice of tui na.

This practice is a holistic, whole family treatment. Tui na can treat infants, children, adults, men and women, pregnant women, the elderly.

What makes my practice unique is the way I combine the energetic healing of chi gong with a hands-on approach to chinese medicine theories. Using all my senses, including extra-sensory perception, I can detect the different energies of the body, quite often associated with emotions in diagnosing dysfunction. Through the use of my hands, I am more personally involved and connected to those I treat and thus able to effect deeper healing.

How to Protect Yourself

I have the question, “How do I protect myself from negative energy?” asked of me quite frequently by clients and therapists. The only way I know how is by practicing an ancient style of chi gong that I was taught, especially every day. The practice creates a protective shield around your body and grounds you to the Earth while connecting to the Divine. By the way, Jesus Christ was the best exorcist ever, so ask for his help. It also helps to have a protective animal spirit as well. You should have knowledge of where negative energy attacks. Daoist holistic energy theory of the body, mind, and spirit has explicit understanding of where the evils attack. The attack usually leaves a person zapped and confused. Recognition of where it came from is the first step. Sage, frankincense and myrrh are good too. Lately I found a good church that burns them during the service, its cleansing. Oh yeah don’t forget the crystals. This is something that has to be taught in person. Contact me for more info.

Fall color leaf’s spiral vibrations

Observe the colorful leaves as they spiral down to the ground. The leaves still on the branches move back and forth in the wind making a half-spiral twist, mesmerized in shimmer, appearing to be a form of communication from the tree itself, continuing their last energetic stimulation of water and energy inside from which branch it clings before the end of the season, providing the energy and movement for photosynthesis. This movement thus also breaks it free to spiral down to join those who have fallen before. I can see the ancients realization of energy in the body by the study of trees and leaves.