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The 9 emotions and the 6 steps of their evolution

Coming to terms with where our emotional body is really at through self-contemplation is a window for inner self acceptance. When we embrace self acceptance we can then flourish with a new possibility of emotional and creative evolution.

About the emotional body

The emotional body is located within the earth bodies (physical, etheric, emotional and mental.) The earth bodies are perishable, impermanent and in constant decay. The emotional body has a plasma-like texture (plasma is a state of matter. Here, it is a gelatinous or gas-like body.) It has a strong ability to fluctuate and gives passion and intensity.
This body is located between 2 and 4 inches from your physical body. It is connected with your third chakra and the water element. It is also connected to the nine emotions.
Your nine emotions are the palette and color of your personality. They give you physical sensations (for example, as sadness makes you cry) and they are under the influence of your gunas (the qualities of the elements.)


Getting into the Vortex

Thank you Carolyn Taylor for forward this beautiful message.
Your sophisticated physical body exists because of the intelligence of your cells. And the intelligence of your cells exists because of their Connection to Source Energy.

When doctors and scientists try to find cures for diseases without taking into consideration the Vibrational relationship between the physical Being and Source Energy, they are looking for cures in all the wrong places. If the resistance that disallowed the Well-Being to begin with is not released, it will show up in the form of another and another disease.


San pedro ceremony pic.

Thank you to all the participants of the San Pedro ceremony. As a facilitator always new things to learn from the plant spirits and from each of you. Here a few pictures of the walk to sacred places.

candida: tips to healed it.

By Rachel Freeman.

This article contains information and opinions of the writer, which do not necessarily reflect those of Bhuvaneswari teachings. Any advise accepted is solely the responsibility of the reader.
My relationship with candida overgrowth started in third year university.

The salad days of my youth were coming to an end. Life was good, and I was generally healthy.

However, I didn’t feel healthy. I was always tired, and seemed to always be fighting off a cold or a flu. I had constant sugar cravings. I would sometimes get a weird dry pastiness in my mouth. Something was off.