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Breatharian Retreat
Veduna Pranic Process (Dry Fast)
Veduna Dry Fast MURTER
11.9. - 21.9.2020
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2019/2020 programme of Veduna workshops and courses

NEW books in English language by Mira Omerzel - Mirit:

Life without Food and the Timelessness of Spiritual Messages of the North American Indians (link to Amazon US store / link to Amazon UK store) and

Journey to the Summit of the Sacred Mountain: A Fairy Tale about Life’s Quest and Awakening
(link to Amazon US store / link to Amazon UK store)


     
  The substantial as well as unsubstantial worlds consist of frequencies. However, the given sonorous quality by far exceeds that. Sound is an alchemy of frequencies and their respective energies, an instrument to heal the subtle bodies of the spirit as well as the physical body, an instrument to trigger an enhancement of consciousness and a sensitisation of senses. We are affected by it on a conscious as well as unconscious level.

 

The might of the tree simbolises the sanctity of a human being

Sound (resonance) has the capacity to compose us into a melodious whole and harmonise us with natural rhythms, while disharmony can incur disease. The wisdom passed on from global musical traditions binds human consciousness to the archetypal unconscious and the sound paradigms from beyond time. Moreover, sound merges us with the Great Substantial Auditory Logos of the Universe and the Cosmic Intelligence or Consciousness of Nature, which are increasingly recognised also in subatomic physics and medicine. It is sound that provides a key for those gates of the “heart and soul” that open toward the subtle worlds “beyond” common consciousness (to transcendence) and the accelerated path of self-evolution.



Musical instruments and sound implements of world peoples (Equrna Galery, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2004)




 



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