Most of us would agree that human beings are guided, controlled, dictated and governed by subconscious desires that we are â€˜more than likelyâ€™ unaware. Not only are we ignorant of the significance attached to â€˜all too obvious cluesâ€™, promptings, implications, distinctions, and surprising consequences but more importantly we, sometimes, [more often than not] ignore or deny much to our chagrin, those sensations which result in â€œweird feelingsâ€ as such, In other words, we discount the sensations without trusting our first instinct.
This is a brilliant 25 minutes video introduction to the fascinating world of tarot explains in simple terms how to understand the seventy-eight cards and how to use them for obtaining guidance and insight.
Each thought that we have has a specific vibration. Happy or positive thoughts have a higher frequency while sad or negative thoughts have a lower frequency. We must be wary of this because the quality of our thoughts create a collective vibration. If our thoughts are mostly positive, our overall vibration is high. On the other hand, if most of our thoughts are negative, then our overall vibration is low.
The spine has two ends: the beginning is the sex center and the end is SAHASRARA, the seventh center at the top of the head.
The beginning of the spine is attached to the earth, and sex is the most earthly thing in you. From the beginning center in your spine you are in contact with nature, with what Sankhya has called PRAKRATI -- the earth, the material.
From the last center, or the second pole, SAHASRAR, in the head, you are in contact with the divine.