Energetic development of a Stone Circle.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/06/28/avebury-stone-circle-weird-square-archaeologists-find/

This article shows how the Avebury stone circle began, archaeologically. But what does this show us about how these huge sacred sites evolved energetically?

In the beginning…  

From all of the work I, and others, have done we have found that sacred sites have very humble beginnings. What begins with one person, and his family, living on a small energy point, often put there by his own skills of earth energy-work, and through the slow growth of that site, a site of major significance would eventually be created. Like concentric circles of energy expanding out into the surrounding landscape, these sites are built up over time.

The energy-point itself can be an ancient, dormant point, or it could be newly established. But whatever the reason for its creation the person anchoring it does so in stages. He/She lives on the site, infusing it with their own energy. Visiting holy people would also add to it and slowly it would grow,. The energy templates, like stacks of CDs, are layered over time, changing the atmosphere around them. Planting ideas and energies designed to re-balance and nurture the landscape, influencing future generations of people.

The site would have had a home, with energetic boundaries, to begin with, then perhaps a bank and ditch. The building, lived in by the family of the earth-worker (or shaman if you prefer) would become the central point, although not necessarily geographically in the centre of the circle created by the banks that surrounded it. The family would have acted as the guardians of the sacred place, holding the energy, allowing it to grow, adding energies to it as the site needed.

Everything of a sacred nature, i.e. buildings, stone circles etc, has an energetic blueprint. Physicalising the energies of the site falls to successive generations; they follow the intuitive promptings of the previously anchored energies. Sites are anchored firstly by tree trunks, and later by stones, which act as acupuncture needles, allowing particular energies to flow in the desired directions, energies that are needed depending on the original blueprint.

Some are destined to remain small, yet others become massive, affecting whole areas of the landscape. But all are connected, all are part of an overall Motherboard, ensuring the fertility of the land and the balance of nature.

At specific points of high energy in the cycle of the year, the sites would be collectively energised, ensuring the people’s survival, and balance, with that of their land. This is the origin of the Festivals. Each site has its own particular function in the landscape. Some are Spring, when the sun energises the seeds and awakens the Winter Goddess, the crone, making her young again,  the land becoming  ‘virgin’ once more, ready to begin the process of planting.

Other sites, such as Uffington, celebrated the Mayday energies, a time for human fertility, ensuring a good harvest; ‘Mother’ sites, such as Fosbury Hillfort, the Itchen Banjo and Danebury etc., hold the energies of the Fecund Mother, holding her human children in her sacred womb.

Other sites, Long Barrows, celebrate the ancestors and the journey into the void, the Crone. Returning to the void of creation. They are the burial place of the sacred families, whose bones anchor the energies of death and rebirth.

Every site has its function and celebrations, not empty ritual, but energy-work, renewing the land for the future stability of the tribes.

Other energy points were created and ‘held’ by a person who, in life, had been a wielder of power. That power was in her bones, in her physical body, and it was this energy that was placed in sacred burial places, Barrow burials. As long as the barrow and its inhabitant was honoured the energy flowed. Barrows too were part of the overall blueprint, each barrow fulfilling its own function and guarded by the energy of the person buried inside it. 

You can also see this belief in early Christianity as ‘relics’. The bones, or possessions of the ‘Saint’ still holding its original owner’s saintly energy. Every church or chapel had its own relics, even if, in later years, they were not actually the real saint’s bones, but people still believed in them.

Some sites were destined to be lived in, to be holders of sacred life, but others, such as stone circles, were designed to be places of power, ritual and creation. The circles were gateways, allowing energy to flow in or flow out, places considered to be the Divine Womb, where the sun fertilised the seeds of the Mother.

They had other uses too of course, but in terms of energywork in the landscape, I am focusing on this purpose. Circles like Avebury were used as a clearer of local energies. They acted like giant demanifesters, clearing old energies and allowing them to be renewed. Energies, thoughtforms no longer valid, negative human emotions, are all pulled into the void to be transformed and birthed anew. A good place for ‘letting go’ if you tune into that aspect of the circle. It makes me think of giant snakes eating and destroying, with its body, the negative or outmoded creations of others.

But, according to the article above, Avebury started life in much the same way as other sacred circles: as a home, a simple wooden structure. Perhaps the person who inhabited the house created the initial energies which ultimately, over hundreds of years, became the Avebury Complex. This is how many of them began. The person creates the necessary thoughtforms, anchors the layers of energy over years, and the people who come after him or her, continue the creation of the anchored blueprint. Even today, this is how sites evolve. You only have to look at how Findhorn began, to get an idea of what I mean. Who knows what Findhorn will become in a few hundred years.

So you see how these massive complexes can have had very humble beginnings. A small family of people who have brought their sacred knowldege with them and who anchor the foundations of very important sites for generations of people into the future. Thousands of years later, and we are learning how to access this energy and renew the sacred work that our ancestors did. Bringing back the balance, anchoring the new seed ideas and changing our ways of life so that future generations can survive and thrive.

This is a very brief explanation, as there are probably books worth of information needed to explain all of this, but I hope it gives you a flavour of how sites begin, so that when you tune into one, you carry this knowledge with you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flame Attunements.

385245_10151359587957417_735266229_n During any attunement you might be gifted with the anchoring of a flame energy in one of your 7 main chakras, as per the Indian chakra system. Each flame, which is anchored in your energy-system, can then either be placed in the landscape, when you are called to do that, or gifted to another person, as an attunement, if you have been given the Master Level symbols in any of the Reiki systems.

While working with the elemental energies of the earth you are working within energy layers, both above and below the earth’s surface. The deepest level is the core of the earth, which is black. Then there is the fire/lava level. Above that is blue/water level and the next level is the level of Nature/green. Closest to the earth is the Ruby/Magenta layer; above that the Diamond layer and above the Diamond layer is the Amethyst layer.

The flame energies correspond to these layers, but they can be placed in your field in any chakra, depending on your own energy-field will interact with the energies.

When anchoring flames in the landscape they can be small or huge, and they also be created in triangles, a flame of a different frequency at each corner. When done in this way the combined flames create one larger flame, made up of the three frequencies, but distinctly ‘itself’.

When flames are anchored at sacred sites, you have no conscious control over where they go, or what frequency they are. You just see them appear, in your mind’s eye, on the spot where they are needed. They can be in the sea, in rivers, lakes, buildings, caves, quarries, or anywhere in the landscape. They are usually connected to energy lines in the earth, or to the huge meridians, which travel throughout the planet.

When you are receiving a flame attunement, and once again it is something I have no conscious control over, some people receive them, some do not. Some get them in one attunement and others at subsequent attunements or activations. When I do an attunement I am acting as the transmitter of energies and I just pass on what your guides give me for you.

The flame energy is also seen as a mantle, or cloak, and can be used at sacred sites as such. As a flame it is rising into the upper layers of the earth’s energy field, but as a cloak it is often laid on the ground within sacred sites, adding, on the ground level, that particular frequency. As such, it is layering a frequency onto the physical earth, usually in a site which was originally dedicated to an aspect of Divinity.

Receiving any of these Flames gives you the ability to access the layer to which each flame corresponds, and to be influenced by it.

Here are the flames, which I currently anchor:, in respect to earth-energy layers. I also do other flame energies, which I received form other people, but these are done as a separate, requested attunement, and are not part of the Gaia Method system per se.

Symbol-flame

The Blue/Sapphire Flame, which is associated with the nurturing energies of Mary (AS archetypal Mother), and water (the emotional energies of the planet), is anchored in the base chakra.

 

 

brigit flame

The yellow/Amber Flame, is associated with the Goddess Brigit. It is connected to the Fire (fiery creation) level of the Earth. This brings life and creative-energy to a place, and to you. It is usually anchored in your sacral centre.

 

 

sea-green flameThe Green/Emerald Flame is a Flame of Nature’s Creations, it can be anchored in any chakra. It inspires us to work with the nature elementals, which includes animals, even if we don’t know that we are doing that, and to create places of beauty within nature, and in such a way that it benefits the earth, rather than detracts from it.

 

 

clip_image002[3]The Magenta/Ruby Flame is the flame of the Mother’s Heart. It is, literally, the Heart of the Mother, and contains all the Love which Mother Earth has for us.

 

 

 

blue flameThe Diamond-White flame is associated with the Goddess Aphrodite,and the Goddess Brigit.

It’s frequency is Purity, and it is linked to Venus and the feminine aspect of the sea. It is the power of the feminine in the collective unconscious.It is often laid as a white cloak on the ground, representing snow and ice. It forms a pure, protective layer on the ground within a sacred space, and just as plants are dormant beneath the snow, it is only a matter of time before they re-emerge, green and beautiful. In this aspect it is a ‘dormant’ energy. This too can be anchored in any chakra. Or it can be planted in areas which have a connection to the sea, or in the sea itself, close to land.

amethyst flameThe Amethyst Flame is usually anchored above the field, and is connected to higher thoughtforms of humanity. It is like the crown chakra of the planetary body and so, with this in our field we can access these higher thoughtforms and bring them into our lives and into the planet to positively influence the future of mankind.