January 01, 2014
Becoming a Mesa Carrier
It is a crazy time to be on the planet right now! The problems are so big most of us feel helpless. What do we do about the economy, Fukushima, climate changes...where do we even start? As strange as it may seem, deepening your spiritual path may be the answer. Because we are all connected, the more each of us takes responsibility for raising our personal vibration the more we help shift the vibration of the entire planet. Our personal vibration raises and lowers with the way we think, or visualize, how conscious we are and how we walk our talk. Becoming more aware of our ego, and the shadows it casts, is the first step to becoming conscious. When we are aware of what we are creating we can then start taking responsibility for our actions and create consciously. This raises our vibration. For many people the Shamanic path is an excellent way to refine this journey of soul awareness. Based on thousands of years of wisdom, it steps you out of Victim Consciousness and into the responsibility of being a Co-Creator.
The path of the shaman is an extraordinary experiential journey, one you cannot master by studying a few books and taking an exam. You have to get down on your hands and knees and live it! It is a path of empowerment, wisdom and connection with the Divine, a true journey of Awakening and remembering how to listen, both to your intuition and the voices of Nature. While once open to just a few, the path of the shaman Initiate, or Mesa Carrier, is now available to anyone brave enough to reclaim their own personal power from the dysfunctional patterns of their past! All types of people are choosing to look deeper now and commit themselves to change: doctors, coffee baristas, homemakers, therapists, nurses, lawyers and mechanics, just to name just a few. Because it restores you to the intuitive sensitivity you were born with and shines light into how your shadows can derail you it is also an excellent way of strengthening all kinds of healing practices. In short, it is a path for anyone interested in self transformation!
So how is this done? A true shaman, like a Taoist Master, co-creates with Spirit from a place beyond ego. The first step then, is to go inside! As a shaman initiate you learn how to release the fear based stories that keep you spinning in eddies instead of flowing with Creation. The traditional South American Andean traditions begin with building a Mesa. A Mesa is a bundle of “medicine stones” that restore balance, or ayni, to their environment. You build your Mesa by transmuting the stories that keep you off balance into your strengths, or medicine. You then practice trusting in your intuition again, bringing synchronicity back into the way you experience the world. Through a series of 9 rites and initiations (also known as the Munay Ki) you will also receive protections and divine guidance from ancient Earth and Wisdom Keeper lineages.
Because the Peruvian shamans came down off the mountains and are sharing their wisdom with us, people all over the globe now carry this medicine of balance. All manifestation starts with the energetic. Like a tuning fork the Mesa Carrier holds a vibration that others naturally align with. While most Mesa Carriers may not be practicing healers, in the traditional sense, they do change their worlds just by raising their own vibrations and walking their talk. As they shift, the world around them shifts. Want to change the world? Join us!
Christina Allen, Shamanic Healer, Teacher, Destiny Coach, and Founder and Director of the Austin Shamanic Center, combines a strong science background (BA Physics, MS Neuroscience) with decades of applied ancient spiritual wisdom (Master Yogi, Reiki Master, and Shamanic Healer, based on the Q’ero Indian traditions of Peru). Available by appointment to help clear your imprints and align you with your highest destinies!. (512) 391-9829. Info on sessions and upcoming classes Austin Shamanic Center; Join us in conversation by joining the Blue Raven Circle Of Light Facebook Group.
© Austin All Natural, January 2014