Full Moon, August 2018 at Mount Kailash. We have finished the Kora (three days circumambulation of Kailash) and return to Lake Manasarovar (4590m / 15,060ft), where we are going to stay the coming night. It is midday and I feel infinitely blessed to be able to spend more time in the powerspot which not only brought me to my knees a few days back but above all, deeply touched my heart. The lake felt like my gateway to my soul family and cosmic source. There was an instant recognition and a re-memberance that was positively earth-shattering. And it nourished each and every fibre of my beingness with unconditional love.
A couple of years before I had seen in meditation that my soul family was located higher-dimensionally above Tibet near Mount Kailash. Or to be more precise, I was shown this location for ‘easier’ access, as of course, I can contact them from anywhere. I had scanned Earth specifically for the best access point to my crowd and I was taken straight away towards that high frequency region in Tibet. Interesting, as Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar are often described as Earth’s crown chakra or 7th Stargate and cosmic airport respectively. Continue reading
I am in Tibet. With a group of 11 people from different countries. We are heading towards the enigmatic Mount Kailash (6638m / 21,778ft) and Lake Manasarovar (4590m / 15,060ft). It is the 12th day of my pilgrimage which began in Lhasa, coming from Kathmandu / Nepal and Delhi / India.
August 2018, just before full moon. We’re in the town of Darchen (4575m / 15,010ft), South of Mount Kailash, where we got our accomodation for the night. Having enjoyed the beautiful peach-coloured sunset in front of the guesthouse, I begin now to prepare everything needed for the next day, the first day of our Kailash Kora (3-days circumambulation of the sacred mountain).
I have already written about my visit of Lake Manasarovar, ‘Travelling Tibet: My Manasarovar‘. This post now is about the actual Kailash trek…
Yoga means cosmic union and Yoga Practice aims at clearing and aligning a human to its pure, potent, conscious and mature form. Being aware without conditioned perception. In short, Yoga is Self-Realisation.
We are often unaware of the emotional wounds and unhealed shock experiences that we carry. Nevertheless they have an influence on our lives. These unsettling and painful events we went through are stored in our body systems and repeat themselves in this life, or from one life to another. So again and again, we are further entangled with them as we keep on attracting what is imprinted in our energy system, our subconscious mind.
For example, split-off soul parts due to childhood trauma have a massive influence on our behaviour as adult. The stage on which our fragmentations show up is usually the relationship with our life partner. We experience an emotional roller coaster, a dance on the volcano – alternating between fiery and frosty. Continue reading
While certain visible bacteria and virus infections exist and drain our physial bodies, also invisible destructive occupants can exist, in our energy bodies. Given our era of continuous shifting into higher, finer frequencies, it becomes increasingly clear how many individuals, spiritual teachers, healers, leading personalities and public figures are colonised and not living alone in their body.
What is a negative guide?
A negative guide is a non-physical being that exists in the invisible realms of our multidimensional reality and immerses itself in a living human‘s body system. Such an entity can give special knowledge and / or enhance special skills and powers, which might feed and inflate that human host’s ego. And if the person identifies with a particular ability and starts to own, manipulate and play with it, he or she will loose integrity. Then the „i“ / „me“ or doership becomes important (only I can, I do, I have, I control etc).
A negative guide can be a contact from a past life, an ascended master who loves people with egos or a ‘new recruit’ if someone desires special support on their mission. A negative guide usually hides under the guise or title of a master, guru, god, goddess or rinpoche during one‘s meditation, but has nothing beneficial to offer in the long run, and is more then likely a dark entity masquerading as a spirit guide or saintly voice within a person. Continue reading
hold your light sword at all times
Latest edit: Nov 2018, added section about Sufism
Whether it is the new age healer, the magnetic yogini, the charming channeller or alleged avatar from a seemingly distinguished tradition, whether in Europe, the USA or in India, more often than not, the true character behind a pious smile and seemingly noble mission is that of a narcissist, energy vampire and soul thief.
The spiritual teacher / leader / guru / rinpoche usually speaks eloquently with charisma and verve, and induces addictive feelings of ecstasy. That he also sends energetic hooks and mental slides towards his targets remains for most unnoticed, unconscious. Manipulation techniques are manifold and multidimensional. Abuse happens in tangible form (financial misconduct, sexual liaison), and also on metaphysical level, in the invisible realms of our soul, consciousness and energies.
Descriptors (and depth of corruption) of these individuals vary, but each term aims at pinpointing their deceptive, dangerous character: false gurus, parasitic gurus, dark spirits, spiritual predators, new predators, fake gurus, cult leaders, spiritual parasites, spiritual imposters, soul snatchers, twilight masters, black magicians, asuras, adverse forces, demigods, devadas…
I have already written about my own experience with parasitic gurus. Here now a collection of insights from other seers and researchers – valuable puzzle pieces from publicly available information: