Invoking Pure Energy Flow

A tickle of energy rises up the spine … warm and soft … the body begins to awaken.

Always remember …

“All things pass

A sunrise does not last all morning

A cloudburst does not last all day

Nor a sunset all night

What always changes

Earth … sky … thunder

Wind … fire … lake

Mountain … water

These change

And if these do not last

Do man’s visions last?

Do man’s illusions last?

During the session, take things as they come

All things pass”

Thoughts rise and fall … they come and go. Let them all flow down stream. Remain silent … let go … relax and be comfortable in your body. Let go!

Remember the message of posture.

During the experience,

Observe your body

Observe its message

Does it merge, or strain?

Does it rest serene on sacred ground

Or tilt, propped up by wire and sticks?


On tiptoe, one cannot stand for long.

Tension retards the flow.

Observe the mandala of

Your body.

As the flow increases, the energy gently rises up the spine awakening all the Chakras along the way.

Be natural … do nothing … remember the lesson of water.

Do not hold fast … do not grasp … let go!

Flow freely

Falling Free

“Repose … is the seed of movement

Stillness … is the master of agitation

Gravity is … falling free”

Our bodies are mostly water. We should learn the wisdom of water and follow the example of water. Water flows and changes, never remaining the same. It manifests in mist and clouds that become rain, that creates streams and rivers which flow and gather to become vast oceans, always in motion and changing. It all happens naturally on its own.

“The fluidity of water is not the

Result of any effort on the part

Of the water, but is its natural property”

Chuang Tzu

Be natural and fluid … do not think … do not let the mind have control. Go beyond thought and all will be in harmony.

“As I sit quietly, doing nothing,

spring comes and grass grows of itself”

Chuang Tzu

“That which is called ego death is coming to you


This is now the hour of death and rebirth;

take advantage of this temporary death

to obtain the perfect state –


Concentrate on the unity of all living beings.

Hold on to the clear light.

Use it to obtain understanding and love.”

(The Tibetan Book of the Dead)

While experiencing this Divine neurological awakening, follow the example and lesson of water.

Flow freely … unobstructed as you return to the source

Water becomes clear

Through stillness

One becomes still by moving

With the stream

To Lao Tzu, water is the symbol

Of strength and gentleness and

The wisdom of lying low

Water represents tranquility of Spirit

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