Hiking in St John & working with our inner psychic currents
April 24, 2010 • Spiritual Adventures
This morning we took a ferry to the neighbouring island of St. John about 20 mins away. We then hiked to Solomons Beach. White sand with coconut trees on the beach, turquoise waters and only a handful of people there it was the perfect beach. We enjoyed our time here before hiking further to Honeymoon Beach. A massive cloud made it’s way over the island and unleashed on us. It’s been a while since any of us stood under a warm tropical downpour. It was quite enjoyable. We had lunch in St. John before heading back to St. Thomas.
This evening’s class covered the Ida (feminine) and Pingala (masculine) psychic currents plus the odic and actinic forces. We taught how to identify these currents and also how to be aware of these forces in everday life. Odic force is a sticky magnetic force that can exist between people and people, and people and things. Actinic force is the superconscious mind. The meditator seeks the actinic force.
We also shared how it is important to balance the masculine and feminine currents within the body. We talked about women working in the world and having to function in the masculine current in order to move the forces of the world and how important it is for the woman to gravitate back towards her natural feminine current once she returns home. And how this can be accomplished.
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