Elven and Pleiadian Names.

Elven and Pleiadian Names.

Like many Pleiadian names end in “ah” or have a strong “ah” sound (representing the heart) many elven names end in “wyn” meaning “one”. 

They will have a distinguishing word about the frequency of their soul that is relevant in this incarnation and then the sound “wyn”. For example Hardwyn (roll the “R’ with softer ‘D sound) meaning “Hard One” or “Strong One” eluding to a steadfast or determined nature of ones base soul frequency.

Pleiadian names tend to be musical and representative of the sound or rhythm of ones soul. They are still descriptive but in a different way, they elude to the feeling of the soul; for example “Anilah” pronounced Ahhh-nye- lahhh has a meaning but is more strongly symbolic of the feeling and rhythm of their heart, core, frequency; of their unique song.

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Breath

How about doing a video where you discuss the value of breathing?  I bet we would agree that nothing links us to our creative source and is more beneficial than our breathing.  You might consider talking about breathing from a meditative stand point, the exercise perspective, and also explain what is happening when we naturally draw in a deep sighing breath of air whenever we adjust our current perspective to one that is softer, lighter, or more positive than the thought we were previously holding.  It is my knowing that every breath of air is inundated with the very energy of that which many refer to as God.  I bet you could explain and articulate this in a very meaningful dialog. 

 

Have a Rock star kind of day! Cheers! 

Shay

 

Thank You for asking this Question Shay, it’s a good one. There is lot’s of information about breathwork and meditation out there especially getting into the traditions heavily based in meditation such as pranayama, yogic philosophy and Buddhism.

One interesting thing about our breath is that it is a tool that allows us to see how we are feeling and where our mind is, our breath is an indicator of our overall vibrational frequency; our overall state of being. How we take in air represents how we take in life.

Breath sets your rhythm.

As our breath is directly connected to our state of being we can reverse engineer our mood by becoming aware of our breath when it begins to become erratic or short. When we feel anxious our body begins to constrict and tighten, our breath shortens and we get less oxygen, we begin subtly starving ourselves. When we begin to take longer deeper breaths we infuse ourselves with calm, we flood our body with life force and we open making room for insight and awareness to whatever is causing our anxiety. Breathing properly brings our consciousness back into alignment, which is the only place where the root of anxiety or stress can be unwound and released.

Breathing properly during exercise and meditation.

Our ability to bring awareness to it as we exercise and meditate indicates our ability to be present and consciously connect the seen and unseen aspect of ourselves. When we can consciously connect the seen and unseen aspects of our self, the manifested with the un-manifested, we become a direct channel for creation, our prana, or life force energy finally flows as it was meant to. When our life force energy funnels through us the way our form intended we begin to become high functioning individuals and fall into our highest potential. This is especially true when we choose to breathe through times where it may become challenging to become present with our breath, such as exercise or meditation.

The deep sighing breath.

Drawing in a deep sighing breath is a powerful way to reset your system as with deep breathing we bring nourishment to ourselves on all levels. We also tend to even out our focus when we take a conscious breath, perhaps bringing awareness to the heart with energy that was previously spinning in the mind. A deep breath can be a symbol to the subconscious mind to relax, become calm and give into the deeper rhythm your higher-self.

Breathing is so much more than breathing.

It is often the simplest things that bring the deepest change and working with our breath is a perfect example of this. We often think that creating change in our lives is more about action and “doing”, when in reality “being” is just as important. Being, breathing, allows a solid foundation to be created so the “doing” is meaningful and fulfilling.

All structures that are not built on the foundation of the heart are bound to break. Breathing is a beautiful practice that magnifies and brings us back to the feeling and rhythm of our higherself/ heart. When we get back to the basics and become our breath, we finally become quiet enough to hear who we are- What we are.

Breathing mirrors the expansion and contraction that creates movement and growth within the universe. Inhale represents inward motion, feminine, contraction/being, darkness, gathering, receiving and the exhale represents masculine, outward motion, sun/light, action/doing, and expansion. It is the oscillation between these two basic expressions that create movement, progression and life itself.

Therefore, our ability to breathe smoothly represents our ability to live smoothly. Our breath becomes a representation of how we live and what we manifest in our lives. It represents our ability to run with the universe, to move with it, to move as it does, the way we are supposed to.  Steady, aware breath is a steady, aware life. Breathing with the rhythm of your heart enables a state within your consciousness where you can finally become all that you know you are. You finally become consistent and deep enough to hold and ground progressively greater versions of your own soul.

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Death, Dying, Murderers, Suicide.

Hi Gigi,

Can you do a video about the death and how we transition? What about murders and suicides?

 Thank You,

Angela.

 

 

What happens when we die?

 

Death, even though we all die, is a largely subjective experience. What people go through is going to be based upon their belief systems and the specific vibrational tone of their soul, the specific nature of their soul. So this topic cannot really be discussed in general or certain terms. Dying is the ultimate journey into the unknown and how we feel about it in this life can represent our relationship with the un-manifested world, the dark and mysterious unknown.

 

In general when we die our consciousness, which never dies, only transforms, pulls itself away from the physical form and begins re-integrating into source energy. It can do this through consciously re-connecting with the oversoul or the higher- self. As it re-connects it re-members its multidimensionality and begins integrating its experiences in its previous 3d incarnation. The soul then begins functioning from a multidimensional perspective as is not limited by the paradigms of 3d reality. We can get glimpses of this experience via astral travel or lucid dreaming, as in those situations our consciousness is less connected to the physical world and playing beyond time and space.

 

This refocussing of your core energy,  can be experienced as going through a tunnel or light, floating, bliss or a feeling of re-joining with source or even the re-connecting of family members. That said it can also be described as a feeling of going downward into a heavier density, being pulled into flames (  hell fire 😦  ) feeling scrutinized, or even being tortured.

 

The truth is your death experience depends on you. It is based in your belief system and also whatever measures are needed to bring your soul back into balance upon “crossing over.” If you have fearful belief systems about death you may experience death through that filter. You may create that experience for yourself in order to release or understand certain decisions and experiences you  made throughout your life. If you are more open and positive it is likely that you will have an experience that is in line with that reality. It is important to understand that life isn’t happening to you, it’s happening from you.

 

What about Murderers and other “bad’ people? If we create our death experience then what about people who hurt others in their lives, is there  retribution for them?

 

Individuals who hurt others and live destructive lives are filtering life force energy in a very distorted way. Every soul goes through extreme distortions like this and polarizing oneself from their basic true divine frequency is part of the evolution of the soul. In the larger picture this extreme polarizing, or disconnecting from divine energy, helps provide depth, insight, and deeply confirms the true core purpose of the soul. Without this disconnection it is possible that the soul would not move into it’s highest form and truly know itself, and that we are all one.

 

Retribution, is very real for these souls, however, how they experience that retribution will be unique to them and directly in line with the root, or reasons, as to why they caused so much pain in their lives to begin with.

 

It can be difficult to understand this considering the intense and very real pain and trauma that this kind of distorted personality can inflict. Often times we feel like seeing or knowing that these distorted individuals are punished or tortured will heal our pain, however, it is exactly that misunderstanding that creates and perpetuates tyrannical and psychopathic behaviour. The truth is individuals that are disconnected and lost enough to hurt others do not need to be tortured or punished, they need to be rehabilitated- reconnected to their own heart as well as the collective heart. It can be very trying, but grasping the bigger picture, even just a little, can help us soften into compassion, and when we have compassion we create space for wounds to heal.

 

When we hurt others, we hurt ourselves. When we uplift others we uplift ourselves. It is that simple.  When an individual goes through a life inflicting pain they create the darkest waves that they in turn must journey into in order to bring full integration and understanding to their experience. When this happens they finally have the opportunity to come full circle and know, not understand, but know, that we are one, everyone is connected, and the only real choice is love.

 

What about traumatic deaths and suicides?

 

 

Many times when there is mental illness, drug abuse, or simply large amounts of pain individuals can decide to take their own lives. How they cross over depends on their intention and clarity upon taking their lives. If there is deep confusion and disconnection from the higherself/soul, then many times these souls are re-habilitated upon transitioning out of body. The confusion anxiety and pain must be unwound and brought back into balance, the soul has to be brought back into re-alignment with its base tone before it can begin understanding, integrating and journeying in the higher dimensions again. The life experience must be integrated within the consciousness in order to gain understanding and fully utilize that incarnational experience. Part of our drive to incarnate into this world is to learn and experience, so the integration of our experience is important even when we cross over to the other side.

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