Article by Doug Esse
Say out loud, “In union with the Creator’s Transcendence (right hand to 6th chakra), Incarnation (right hand to 2nd chakra), and Indwelling Presence (both hands crossed over heart chakra). Amen.
I begin this brief reflection with a “sign” that utilizes the mind, body, and spirit together while vocalizing words that proclaim the reality of the Infinite Creator in whom all things are in union. This proclamation is also, to my way of thinking, the very spirit of the symbol of the ankh:
“…[The] circle [indicates] the magic of the spirit; the cross [indicates] that nature of manifestation which may only be valued by the losing [read, “sacrifice,” “kenosis,” or “self-emptying”]. Thus the [ankh] is intended to be seen as an image of the eternal in and through manifestation, and beyond manifestation, through the sacrifice [“to make holy”] and transformation of that which is manifest.”
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