(Dark Kingdom Series)
(Dark Kingdom Series)
“[This] Full Moon in Capricorn… is able to accurately reflect to us where we need to step up and take emotional responsibility for our selves. No side stepping here. If we’re avoiding important issues in our lives, living too long in an emotional rut, we just may get a knock on our door with a subpoena to show up for some lessons in setting some adult intentions, clarifying just what we want to build in our life, and set some new boundaries about what is and is no longer acceptable…
When our lessons arise, old emotional patterns get triggered, suffering arises (along with whining and blame), we have an opportunity in the emotional crisis handed to us to step up to this initiation and challenge to learn acceptance and surrender to a deeper, fuller human experience. Resistance does not get us where we want to go…
[W]e are invited into an alchemical experience of turning the most wounded parts of ourselves, the most painful, least desirable, most hidden parts of ourselves into true gold, true forgiveness, true self love if we accept the call to this journey…
[F]ocus on clearing the past to make way for the new… bringing a welcome change in the habits and structures that keep us small and limited.”
“For the Moon, Capricorn is not a comfortable place… If you find yourself holding on to anger, agitation, hopelessness, or fear at this lunation, trust that you can move through these feelings and find a way forward as the Moon begins to wane. As the Full Moon culminates, it invites us to take a moment to look inwardly and acknowledge some deep places constructed from our pain. This lunation offers us the harsh implication that hardship is an inevitable part of the human experience…
Trust that as you move forward, you’ll soon discover new paths and perceptions. Embrace the reality we all have a mission and some significant work to do in this world, but that it just takes time to chisel your way through. Take some time with this Full Moon to fully contemplate your choices and sit with any surfacing discomfort. Growth is hard, but not growing is even harder.“
“3. MI – 528 Hz: The “MI” tone is often thought of as the “love frequency.” This sound vibration is also said to be central to creation and is thought to restore inner equilibrium, increase awareness, repair DNA, and stimulate transformation.”
“Sound is one of the purest forms of energy in existence. Sound inspires us, uplifts us, helps us to communicate, express ourselves, and even heal at a deep level.
Have you ever stopped to consider how amazing it is that everything around you is fundamentally composed of energy that vibrates at different frequencies? Thanks to science, we know that the denser an object is, the lower its vibration is, and the lighter something is, the higher its vibration is.
Vibration also corresponds to emotions. When we identify with emotions such as anger, hatred, jealousy, guilt, paranoia, and self-loathing, we actually lower our vibration. On the other hand, when we stop identifying with these emotions and instead see them simply as energy fluctuating within us, we begin to experience “high vibration” states such as love, peace, gratitude, creativity, and self-fulfillment….
Physicist, inventor, and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla once said, “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would hold a key to the universe.” Interestingly, these three numbers form the root vibration of the six Solfeggio Frequencies.
These are the Solfeggio Frequencies:
…[T]rue healing and transformation is about ceasing to identify and attach to your thoughts and feelings. In this sense, Solfeggio Frequencies are excellent catalysts and facilitators of mindful and awakened consciousness.”
“Be humble for you are made of earth. Be noble for you are made of stars.”
“Research in recent years has shown that psychedelics like LSD, magic mushrooms, MDMA and DMT from ayahuasca can help with addiction, depression, phobias, schizophrenia, anxiety and even prisoner recidivism rates.
New research on substances like tryptamines, DMT and magic mushrooms; amphetamines, including MDMA; and ergolines, like LSD revealed that some of these substances can regrow parts of nerve cells in the brain, which may explain their restorative abilities. Amazingly, they can repair parts of the prefrontal cortex, involved in the brain’s reward center and executive functioning…
“Researchers in California have demonstrated these substances, banned as illicit drugs in many countries, are capable of rewiring parts of the brain in a way that lasts well beyond the drugs’ effects. This means psychedelics could be the “next generation” of treatments for mental health disorders which could be more effective and safer than existing options…
In previous studies by the same team, a single dose of DMT, the key ingredient in ayahuasca medicinal brews of Amazonian tribes, has been shown to help rats overcome a fear of electric shock meant to emulate post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Now they have shown this dose increases the number of branch-like dendrites sprouting from nerve cells in the rat’s brain…
People have long assumed that psychedelics are capable of altering neuronal structure, but this is the first study that clearly and unambiguously supports that hypothesis.”‘
“We can all experience a feeling of deep admiration and love when we see the great harmony, elegance and beauty of the Earth. A simple branch of a cherry blossom, the shell of a snail or the wing of a bat all bear witness to the Earth’s masterful creativity… When we can truly see and understand the Earth, love is born in our hearts. We feel connected. That is the meaning of love: To be at one.
Only when we’ve truly fallen back in love with the Earth will our actions spring from reverence, and the insight of our interconnectedness. Yet many of us have become alienated from the Earth. We are lost, isolated and lonely. We work too hard, our lives are too busy, and we are restless and distracted, losing ourselves in consumption. But the Earth is always there for us, offering us everything we need for our nourishment and healing: The miraculous grain of corn, the refreshing stream, the fragrant forest, the majestic snow-capped mountain peak, and the joyful birdsong at dawn.
Many of us think we need more money, more power or more status before we can be happy. We’re so busy spending our lives chasing after money, power and status that we ignore all the conditions for happiness already available. At the same time, we lose ourselves in buying and consuming things we don’t need, putting a heavy strain on both our bodies and the planet. Yet much of what we drink, eat, watch, read or listen to, is toxic and is polluting our bodies and minds with violence, anger, fear and despair…
We don’t need to consume a lot to be happy; in fact, we can live very simply. With mindfulness, any moment can become a happy moment. Savoring one simple breath, taking a moment to stop and contemplate the bright blue sky, or to fully enjoy the presence of a loved one, can be more than enough to make us happy… It’s not money, power or consuming that can make us happy, but having love and understanding in our heart.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh
(She Wolfe Tarot)
“It is a privilege to be tested. I am grateful for the lessons. They are all necessary experiences on the path of becoming.
I humbly accept the tasks set before me. I will not shrug off their poignancy, though I will ask for help if I need it, knowing that boundaries are important. I have made an agreement with the cosmos, that my tests are for my Will to understand, execute and overcome in my own time, at my own pace, but that they are mine. No one else’s.
It is a gift to be alive, and to endure the tests therein. I graciously embrace it all: The good, the challenge, the pain, the relief.
I will become alchemy at its finest, and transmute the lessons into self love for myself and others. I will serve only my highest good. And when I cannot, I will take my leave and rest, knowing that tomorrow is another opportunity to try again.”
~Devany Wolfe (excerpt from upcoming book)