Embrace all as it is, and witness the beauty of your becoming.
EMBRACE is a game of playing cards designed to be an on-going journey of 'knowing thyself.' The game offers the structure of a defined territory of inner space, and the freedom to explore it fully – leading to authenticity and self-empowerment. Symbolic meanings are offered as guidelines, relating to the play of the game. The idea is to ask within. Embrace is meant not as a competition but as a cooperation. Details of the play are left to individual creativity.
The deck of 52 playing cards is actually a timeless system of Knowledge that reveals the programming language of our reality.
This ancient Knowledge was hidden in plain sight as cards to play games like poker. But really it’s a mathematical toolkit for personal growth and development.
Using this tool we can diagnose our strengths, weaknesses, challenges, and opportunities with laser-sharp precision. The resulting clarity is game-changing.
~ from Life Elevated by Alexander Dunlop
(Description reprinted with permission.)
The Karma Seeker
a book by Stefan G. Meyer
'What is the true test of spirituality? Is it loyalty to a master, group, or teaching? Or is it having the courage to act on one's deepest convictions, even in the face of disapproval and sanction?
'The theremin (/ˈθɛrəmɪn/... is an electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist (performer). It is named after the Westernized name of its Soviet inventor, Léon Theremin (Лев Термен), who patented the device in 1928.' ~ Wikipedia
By Clinton Callahan. Reprinted with permission.
DISTINCTION: You have a Box.
NOTES: Your ‘Box’ is your personal construct of reality. It is how you understand and
interact with the world. You may call it a ‘worldview,’ a ‘paradigm,’ a ‘belief system,’ a
‘psychological defense mechanism,’ a ‘survival strategy,’ your ‘comfort zone,’ your
‘ego,’ or your ‘personality,’ but for the purposes of this conversation we will call it your
Archearchy is the culture that naturally emerges after matriarchy and patriarchy run their course.
Some of the previous nalus have included elements of this, but now we are bringing the process into full consciousness.
In the following excerpts from Urban Shaman by Serge Kahili King, a form of contemplation called Nalu is introduced, with 'how-to' instruction.