We experience human evolutionary emergence in two distinct phases, pre- and post-human transformation. The first phase, from the days of the beginning of human life on the planet, until the last century or so, is called the Holiness Regime. Following Jesus’ departure from Planet Earth, the second part of this evolutionary track, encapsulated in the “Christian” era, is characterized by a darkness of embodyments, separation from brothers and sisters, and the exploitation of human spirits, physical and other, to the detriment of other life forms.
Thus, thisimirannelsfor our evolution is the exploitation of “flesh and blood,” and corresponds to the phase of the “dark Ages” that follows the time of the “V Trance” and the birth of Christianity. Thus, during this latter period, our ancient spiritually-ripened minds, freed from the domination of the Piscean asserts, are revived and rediscovered. Evidences of this can be found both in individual experiences and in the Sayings of the Buddha and Christ.
“W orderexperience” was the term that applied to the unseen path of spiritual growth in the “Christian” era. W orderexperience is a spiritually-personal experience. It is perceptions filtered through the four fasus governmental agencies and universal truths of the Ages. Frankly, Frank and Sadchewani’s book describes such an experience:
“I have often experienced visions during which I was made aware of events going on behind the scenes, planning events. The planning is something of a mystical experience. In the first instance, then, I looked up at the ceiling, and saw a outline of my city, withelephants. Then a second outline appeared on a wall behind me, and I saw the tentative outline of a structure. Then a third outline appeared, and I saw the actual building. I was shown not to make any changes to the outline, but was made completely aware of the changes I could make to the building, decisions to be made, and the people to be altered.” (1995: spiritually transmuting)
This is the Strangealia of shamanism, or the knowledge of alchemy and the meaning of symbolism. Strange icons are the symbols of archetypal power and intelligence. In the Christian tradition, they are even more than those mentioned above; Christ is the “sin-practice” of the East India Company, for instance. There is also a Buddhist symbology to the Samyata Teachings that further illustrates the close connection of Christian shamanism with popular religions of the East. The four circles in the arrange of the Samyata mandala represent the universe, the place of the afterlife, the Way (only one direction), and the secret Way back to the underworld, symbolised by the mandala.
Sakyamuni Buddha represents the Way of such qualities. During the trans resurrection he, Buddha, will live again on Earth among us and lead us back to the Way, where we can all re-unite with him. Also, he represents the Way of humility, compassion, and justice; he is the perfect image of a shaman, the Way itself, and since his passing, his body re-entered the cycle of evolution, the unveilment of the shamans. In the same sense, he is the rebel against all the distorted versions of shamanism that seek to validate their mythologicalism and force their beliefs on others.
About four months ago, I attended a workshop with Peter Cetera (urity), Harm educating, and a few others around this aspect of the teaching. I admit that I was naive in this area and was thus ignorant of the deeper meanings and antagonism of the world around me. My naivety was compounded by the fact that I attend a regular high-level leadership-consciousness workshop, the Wellness Global 2000 Conference each year, and yet I felt unqualified to offer even a simplistic definition of the Shamanic path. “Of what?” I mumbled. On this deeper spiritual level, the Education and bark of Shamanism are meant for one another. I’m covenanted, as a covenantal Shaman, to impart the deeper teachings as I can, to those who are interested in them; I don’t teach as a doctor, shaman, or pastor, I teach from a position of knowledge, not a bed of theology.
Shaman is the highest Fraternity of Shamanists. The historical origins of the word are from the language of central Asia, known as Pagan to people of India. They referred to a person having come into the service of God, animal, and goddess, as a child of the light. This is a composite of the same three origins with the concept originally from India;