The Abundance of Silent Vision – April 16, 2017
Started off the morning with taking a short walk along the boulevard of Mekong River after a great breakfast of omelet and cheese at Mut Wee Garden Guest House http://www.mutwee.com
Than was called by inner guidance to go to Wat Sri Chaam Chuan. Sat in the main temple there for awhile all alone. A wonderful energy build up occurred with rainbow swirling around. When I went out to walk further I was asked by a monk to come forward. He gave me a water blessing 3x on the head and each shoulders. After this I felt very energized to continue the journey in the presence of Now.
This beautiful Lotus Flower greeted me on the way.
The next destination was the Wat Tung Sawang. It took awhile to find it and a friendly man from Florida, USA assisted me to find it. I walked along the highway 212 returning some streets that I had passed along the way.
reference a story Julian Wright wrote on his blog of Mut Wee Garden Guest House.
Quote: The prize for the prettiest temple would probably go to Wat Tung Sawang. Its tiny but immaculately sculptured chapel with highly detailed porticos, and its collection of Buddhist deities outside, each under its own fanciful little roof, gives it an Alice in Wonderland bizarreness. Unquote
I waited for awhile because there was a family who wished to take photographs of a monk together with the family on the front of the temple here. After this I went into silence for awhile in the temple. Some clarity came through that I remembered this flow and why the interior of my home in The Netherlands was related to this resonance.
Hereby the various dieties that vibrated here.
Above is the center of the deities.
Than I climbed up the tower there with a huge drum, which I touched lightly 3 times and a huge bell which I also sounded.
From there the view of the temple was magnificent.
From here I was called to go to the Sala Jao Phu Ya. Was not that impressed by these surroundings but the symbol did give its message.
Sala Jao Phu Ya is the Chinese Mahayana temple and, unlike some Chinese temples, is kept doll’s house perfect. Nong Khai has a strong Chinese and Vietnamese population who originally would have been Mahayana Buddhist.
Reference story written by Julian Wright of Mut Wee Garden Guest House.
Now it was almost 12:00 a.m. and the temperature was rising. So I decided to go to a special lady at her coffee shop. She serves the finest Green Tree with Lime at the library and this time she had baked a chocolate cake. Delicious!
The Tzolkin Calendar Spiral Movement of Sunday, April 16
Chant: Cib, Men, Ben, Etznab, Akbal
Planets: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars and Neptune
Affirmation: All Polarize in order to Dream
All seal the Input of Abundance
With the Lunar tone of Challenge
All are guided by the power of Vision
Quote: The gift of your cosmic identity is to be a conscious dreamer ~ an inner voyager ~ a disciple of your own intuition ~ an agent of plentitude. As a Blue Night you have the capacity to abide in the sanctuary of self, receiving the rich mysteries within; to embrace the darkness of night and commune with deep internal realms; to appreciate the dream-like nature of reality and comprehend the creative potency of our psyches; to awaken out of the collective spell of materialism, scarcity and greed by being a vessel of gratitude and generosity, inviting us all to celebrate ourselves as heirs of nature’s intrinsic abundance.
As we own the powers of our minds in shaping our lives, we learn to lucidly “dream-up” our truest longings, from the inside, out.
Direction: West: Transforms ~ Chakra: Solar-Plexus ~ Planet: Saturn – Unquote
Tone 2: Lunar
Contemplate these code-words to invoke your key powers:
POLARIZE ~ STABILIZE ~ CHALLENGE
Tone 2 represents the principle of polarity. The gift of your cosmic identity is to access the power of Counter-balance. Activate your Lunar powers by honoring the yin and yang of life as contrasting aspects of one wholeness; by welcoming challenges as opportunities for strength and growth; by being a bearer of stability; by consciously challenging others – encouraging their expansion and development; by challenging the consensus reality; by being wakeful to the art of constructive opposition; by holding your personal perspective even when it isn’t popular, and yet on the contrary, being able to make dramatic shifts that offer coherence as you feel moved by inner knowing; by striving to integrate your inner polarities, and stabilize your own equilibrium; by understanding obstacles to be necessary creative tension that can open new pathways of evolution; by aspiring to be firmly steadied within the constant pulling of night and day, in breath and out breath, moon and sun, self and world…
Above is written by http://www.13moon.com
Blessings to All.
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