Do you Balance your power?
If you have been reading my previous articles in this series on alchemy, it may be obvious by now that you need both power and balance to create.
That’s because it’s as important to learn to recharge and preserve your personal energy as it is to learn spiritual alchemy. It’s about taking responsibility in all areas of your life.
In my previous articles I covered the basics of what it takes to create, and what gets in the way. I talked about how to use energy to clear the blocks, and heal the effects of any chakra or aura damage. I also talked about replenishing your energy and personal power.
Here’s how alchemy materializes
I’m about to reveal something dark here, because it illustrates the need for the only cure. That darkness? It happens to be the number one complaint of almost all would-be or some-time alchemists. And even accomplished alchemists start out here, so take heart if you find this hits a little too close to home.
Boiled down to its common denominator, the chief distress of those who at times agonize over an alchemy that just won’t seem to materialize is a perceived or actual failure to fulfill a desire. Usually it is perceived. In fact, all failure is perception. Illusion.
To more fully understand why this is a core issue, think about how something actually does materialize from your alchemy: it’s born of the feeling in your body. And that feeling is what actually unifies your thought and emotion about what you desire.
So when you desire something, what you are doing is embodying your thought and emotion about it as an actual feeling. Even if you are not aware of it, or if you override your conscious thought and emotion with subconscious or unconscious ones, these feelings then become stored in your body.
These feelings create the quantum soup in your energy field and eventually attract some type of associated physical-life experience. Sometimes you can see the relationship, often you don’t.
This materialization is what you might call the manifestation or demonstration of your creative process. Your successful alchemy. Even if it’s what you don’t want. So what do you do to create what you want?
Consciously crystallizing your desire
You qualify the thought and emotion with feeling, consciously. Purposefully. And without reservation.
What’s different about this type of alchemy is that, unlike a materialization born of subconscious or unconscious thought and emotion, you consciously determine what you’d like to materialize.
So, when you consciously crystallize your desire this way, you actually inject it into your body-mind data bank as being ‘already there’. You infuse it into your thoughts and emotions.
And that takes energy.
So now you know why I emphasize the importance of clearing, healing and replenishing that energy into pure light. This practice of consciously crystallizing your desire takes the reinforcement by all that new, pure energy you are recycling.
The feeling you receive in your body has such a divine spiritual quality that you may feel as you do when you bathe in the pure light of your soul.
This is why alchemy is a spiritual practice: it purposely alters your consciousness like meditation does.
These principles apply to creating anything you desire: health, home, love, career, family, supply, etc. Each of these are also filled with your feelings.
Remember a previous article where I said that it takes a lot of energy to inspire yourself? It’s because you need that energy to create the enthusiasm to feel your renewed truth: that you are indeed worthy to receive.
Once you have done all you can to clear the way to be open to receive, you can accept that you are worthy. And then you can maintain that energy and hold it all together with your chakras.
Seven Chakra Keys to Alchemy
Look for these keys, which I will reveal in one of my next articles in this series. These are the key principles that make all the difference between studying about alchemy, and being an alchemist.
Use all of the information in this series to help you understand not only the esoteric mysteries of alchemy, but to neatly put this all together for more successful alchemical creations.
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