Grounding To The Source Light

There are many people who suggest that we should “ground” to our planet by walking barefoot outside or by hugging a tree or even by hugging our pets more closely because they have a “sixth sense” that humans supposedly do not possess.

However, with our dear planet Earth/Gaia being lifted up, stirred, shifted, vibrating faster, and being powerfully illuminated, we must now “ground with Her”, not “to Her”.

Therefore, we must embrace the LIGHT that is constantly incoming.

We hold onto our planet and “ride” the “Cosmic Sea” with “Her”.

Each morning, and whenever necessary throughout the day, stand with your feet together.

Stretch out your arms with upraised palms.

Take a deep breath, and hold it for a count of four.

While holding your breath, envision bright SOURCE LIGHT swirling down around and through you from your crown to your feet.

See the LIGHT move into the planetary core.

Release your breath.

Take another deep breath for four counts and hold it.

Send the LIGHT straight back up (not swirling) to SOURCE.

Release your breath and breathe normally, and go about your daily affairs.

If you wear prayer malas, continue to wear those which are connected to trees such as Amber, Boddhi Seed, Rosewood, and Sandalwood.

They “ride” with the planet as “She” receives greater LIGHT. They become like our ” sacred surfboards” that are vibrating with mantras. Throughout the day, hold it, and breathe deeply.

Before wearing any mala for the first time, be sure to “Seed” it with a proper healing or protective mantra.

Cleanse those suggested malas with either a Tibetan singing bowl or tuning fork which plays the 528 Hertz “miracle tone” (which has scientifically been shown to help to re-set DNA, to heal, and to alleviate stress) or by moving it through the smoke of incense.

When resin, wood or seed malas are cleansed with water, they can lose their sheen and can also crack.

So, to avoid this, just use the cleansing methods mentioned.

Some of these malas may also have lovely crystals or gemstones as “marker beads” (those which come after every set of 27 beads) and a crystal or gemstone “Guru” bead (which represents the DIVINE SOURCE).

Sometimes a mala may have two cords containing small beads on either side of it which are used to keep up with how many rounds of mantras are chanted.

The traditional mala has 108 beads with a 109th “Guru” bead.

The number “108” represents the teaching of the ancient scriptures that our Sun is 108 times the circumference of our planet and also the major 108 UPANISHADS (sacred books) of the total of 1,008 and also the originally revealed 12 zodiac signs multiplied by the originally known 9 planets many, many thousands of years ago.

Happy “grounding”!

**By Dr Schavi M Ali