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Baba taught, “simplicity IS the moment”

I was dreaming last night of how many people, buy their ways into ‘certificates’ for becoming this Reiki master, and that certified practitioner, JUST to be part of the spiritualist clique…yet they have developed ZERO compassion for human life & incidence. These same people, walk over the homeless, and still burn other women at the stake, ones who may be walking a powerful path. The govy owns everything now…except our personal spiritual path, which is invaluable, albeit the govy’s attempts to control all humans will & choices. A person can be financially poor, but personal power does not judge, it merely reflects upon the earned, like etheric crests indicative of a wars (with self) won. There was a time in history, when this was respected in my culture.

Traditionally, these practices were meant for those willing to endure REAL initiations-NO CERTIFICATES involved. If one was able to endure, they earned certain majiya (medicines) SPECIFIC to them, so they specialized in a certain area. I am happy I was taught these traditional ways. Impersonal certificates, handed over for a price? If there is any spiritual aberration on earth making the guides work overtime, it is the New Age spiritualist movement, complacent and arrogant in their stance. The handiwork of the dark fallen souls, the money mongers & those willing to sell their own soul for a price assuming a quantum energy leap, are the new generation of expanded fallen ones. They have fallen for nothing but a a lie.

COST to have a spiritual practice: artificial banknotes laced with satanic symbolism.

Back in the old country we just shared material things we needed; it was not precedent to have more than needed, and spiritual growth was earned through humble & earnest lessons. The subject proving their dedication to THE EARTH, THE WATER, THE ANIMALS, and THE PEOPLE was the ones that became the sought after healers-and they were not a dime a dozen. In fact, they never asked for a dime.

Rainbow Lightning Woman©

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3 responses

  1. This is so true, and I am saddened every time I see healing being turned into a business. Don’t get me wrong, I know we all have to eat and pay for a roof over our heads, but the commercialisation of healing is a sad thing to see.

    January 12, 2014 at 2:48 pm

  2. Very well said, Rainbow.

    January 12, 2014 at 2:34 pm

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