Blue Lotus Light Insight
The Blue Lotus is a sacred symbol found in many Eastern wisdom traditions. For ancient Egyptians, it was associated with the god Ra and the path of the sun as its flower opens in the day and closes at night. In Buddhism, the Blue Lotus is one of the eight auspicious symbols, representing the ability of the mind to blossom out of the muddy water and become en-lightened. And for thousands of years in India, divinities have been portrayed emerging from, sitting on, or holding a lotus symbolizing consciousness. Even the lotus seed is considered sacred because it contains perfectly formed leaves, providing a complete template for the adult plant. Like the birth chart in Vedic Astrology, it is a symbol of the Divine transforming from the abstract into physical reality. For me the Blue Lotus is all of these things, as well as a personal experience of an energy field that resonates from my heart chakra. I experience it during deep meditation, when reading the template of a soul's journey in an astrology chart, or when vibrating crystal bowls in a sound bath.
Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha
The elephant-headed Ganesha is known throughout India as the Lord of New Beginnings and remover of obstacles. For this reason, he is invoked first, before any sessions of knowledge, performance of rituals, or yoga practices. Sri Ganesha is the lord of wisdom, speech, science, mathematics, philosophy, and practical spiritual. No wonder he is the protector of astrologers, healers, and travelers.
I am a Vedic Astrologer who has practiced Jyotish, "the science of light" for the past 25 years. This divine science, transmitted by the Ancient Seers of India more than 5,000 years ago, can illuminate all aspects of a soul's journey through life on planet earth. My goal is to uncover the celestial patterns embedded in a chart to help clients understand their true nature and see their unique expression of divine consciousness.
I am a Sound Practitioner who uses vibration to restore health and harmony in the body. As an Acutonics® practitioner, I use a wide array of sound tools including tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls, crystal singing bowls, conch shells, rattles, and chimes. These instruments are tuned to frequencies found in nature and in our bodies. Through resonance, a synchronous vibration is transmitted from the instrument to the physical body, reinforcing the harmonious sound stimulating a parasympathetic response of relaxation and healing.
I am a Restorative Yoga teacher who offers sound baths to enhance meditation and healing. Combining gentle poses with the penetrating drones of crystal singing bowls quickly induces deep meditative states. The slower pace and deep breathing of a restorative practice naturally activates the parasympathetic relaxation response, mitigating stress and stimulating healing on a cellular level. Because our bones and cells are made up of similar crystalline structures as the crystal singing bowls, our bodies are primed to receive this healing sound through resonance.