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The Ascension Intention Meditation

The following meditations comes from Phoenix Rising Star, published here in the Spirit of Maat with more information. It can also be found on her site here, as well a pdf and recondings.

 I was really frustrated.
(Some of my best inspiration happens when I’m frustrated. I guess it pushes me to think outside the box.)

I was frustrated with the business practices of several organizations purporting to be from the heart, supposedly empowering individuals and offering affordable opportunities to all.
That’s what they claimed they were doing.
That’s not how I saw it.
I saw individuals creating opportunities for their personal aggrandizement, negating others within the organization.
I saw businesses creating opportunities for disempowerment, by making sure people were dependent on their practices.
I saw opportunities that were not affordable by many.
And I was frustrated.

I really feel there has to be a better way for business to thrive and still honor the individual.

I asked the angels for help.
I decided the best way to help all individuals was through healing.
I asked for a healing modality that anyone could use.
Without a lot of prior experience.
A healing modality that would actually work for everyone’s highest good and healing.
I asked for it to be so empowering, that individuals could do this on their own and not have to continue taking excess training.
I asked for it to be affordable.
I asked for ease and grace with it, taking the trauma away from healing.
And then I let go of what I asked for.
This or something better.

I found myself meditating on the combination of the power of the creator, prayer and heart-felt intention.
Spontaneously, I said aloud, “I call the name of YHWH into every one of my cells and the spaces between my cells.”
Almost instantly I felt healing.

Slowly I realized what had happened. The ancient name of God, YHWH, pronounced Yah-weh, had pushed out any cellular memory imprints (CMI’s) in my cells that weren’t in alignment with the divine name. Rather than having a void (the universe abhors a void and will seek to fill it as quickly as possible), the resulting space from the departed CMI’s was filled with the name of God.
Producing relief and healing.

I figured there was a bit more to it, but I knew I was onto something.

First, I began playing with different names of the divine to see if the vibrations of different names produced different results.

Sometimes the results were very subtle; sometimes not so subtle. I learned that I might choose to use a divine name, and another one might come in instead – for my highest good and healing. Always I felt, or experienced, improvement on some level.

Next, I came to some conclusions about cellular memory imprints or CMI’s. CMI’s come from all our experiences. Good ones don’t get in our way. Negative ones, if we hold onto them, do.

1. Cellular memory imprints (CMI’s) can create dis-ease, dis-satisfaction, and dis-order (chaos).
2. CMI’s can be healed without reliving trauma.
3. CMI’s can be healed and replaced with a better or higher frequency to promote intention.
4. CMI’s can be healed through our connection to the divine.

I played with the power of intention or focus for healing. Focusing on the positive outcome, creates a positive path for energy to follow. I found power in the word choose vs. the word want. I remembered to ask for grace and ease.

Last, I utilized the gifts of love and gratitude for the foundation for this healing.

And I let go of attachment to the outcome.

For the full information on this meditation, visit Phoenix’s Ascension Intention site.

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