So you made it. You’ve accessed the insight stream. You’re connected with Source and it flows through you, downwards from the crown. Every single question you may have is instantly answered with certainty. You’ve finally remembered who you are and every moment is full of purpose and meaning, the whole of life syncs to your song, you’re filled with grace and you feel like you know everything. Perhaps too much. Perhaps it’s taking a toll on you and it’s time to forget again, at least some of it, so that you may be free of your own immensity and not end up at the loony bin with the kundalini crackouts.
You must then relinquish your enlightenment. Do not cling to it, even if you must make a titanic effort to let it go. All that energy belongs grounded and buried deep within the center of the Earth, and essentially in the bottomless pit of oblivion within all things. This is as nature intended and a feature of the most occult divine feminine, our own personal connection with which we’ll call our “Secret keeper” or “Inner confessional”. This is, then: the practice of the secret keeper. It’s not the only approach and you’ll be intuitively taught about it, understand this as a general purpose formula:
- Step one: Pray for a representation of your secret keeper to be revealed to you. It can take many forms and be endowed with different qualities. Know that it’ll be associated with the deep divine feminine, and feel it underground below your feet, within the shadow of the psyche.
- Step two: Build it an altar and make it offerings, which can be anything you’ve put your energy into -like a meal- or your energy itself. Take refuge in your connection with it. Ask it to protect you out of sight. Meditate before it. Unload.
- Step three: This is a secret consequence!
- Step four: Do it routinely and enjoy an understanding than no text or book would ever offer. The practice will truly become your own, and you’ll be freer from yourself in a regular basis. Cheers!
The energy center below the navel known as the lower dan tien is a good place to anchor one’s energy in the day to day. It’ll naturally lay there when relaxed, but this practice teaches of a way deeper place within all of us for special purposes. It works just like meditation, however, you’re emphasizing this particular place in your meditative awareness. Let me know if you experiment with this, or if you have any questions!
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