■How does this compare to other frequencies? How does it differ from the other forms of energy work used now?

There is something that we’re experiencing of which most of you are at least somewhat aware. It’s that time seems to be moving faster as well as expanding. This transition is referred to by many names. “The Shift” and “Shift of the Ages” are two terms used by Gregg Braden. The transition was predicted by the Mayans, the Incas, the Hopi, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Kabbalah (both Jewish and Christian). In Walking Between the Worlds, Braden defines this shift as “both a time in Earth history as well as an experience of human consciousness. Defined by the convergence of decreasing planetary magnetics and increasing planetary frequency upon a point in time, the Shift of the Ages, or simply, The Shift, represents a rare opportunity of collectively repatterning the expression of human consciousness. The Shift is the term applied to the process of Earth accelerating through a course of evolutionary change, with the human species linked, by choice, to the electromagnetic fields
of Earth, following suit through a process of cellular change.”
In the healing realm, many of the techniques that have stood the test of time function just as well now as they always did-it’s just that we now have more, and we now are more, so the old techniques are no longer enough. As good as they always were, within our new, expanded parameters, they are no longer appropriate-just as lanterns would not be appropriate as headlights on a car, although, for a horse and buggy, they functioned just fine. The weaknesses these techniques are subject to-requiring the removal of jewelry, the removal of leather, faith on the part of the recipient, protection rituals for both parties involved-are not present in the new frequencies.
Remember, too, why many of us who have been practicing healing techniques got involved with them in the first place. It wasn’t to become a fanatical follower for the technique itself-it was to become a healer. The technique was simply one of our early steps in this process.
For a moment, picture yourself standing at the foot of a grand, cascading staircase. One of your goals-that of becoming a healer-awaits you at the top. Your first step is to learn a technique. You throw yourself into this technique, mastering it, maybe even becoming a teacher. You now own this first step. It’s okay to love it, but be careful not to fall in love with it. Because if you do, you’ll sit down, grab a blanket and pillow, move in, and make this step the center of the rest of your life. But what does that mean about the remainder of your journey up the staircase? It stops. Now is the time to bless your first steps . . . and continue upward.

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