St. Lythans - from Devic Essences

Group:Spiritual Evolution

Keynote:Feeling the Urgency, Winds of Change

The stones of St. Lythans scream at the sky. It’s magnificence shouts out in simplicity and splendour. There is a certain perfection here which is seen as imperfect visually, but it is not the visual we are concerned with. It is the message.

Sense of Urgency: Lightening splits the atmosphere as it flashes its creative force of electrical energy across the landscape. The thunder follows as if in confirmation that change has been served upon us. There is a sense of urgency when a storm is around. There are those who run in fear and terror and there are those who chase the experience with excitement. This is a reflection of life. For some it is a process of terror to hide from and for others it is a process of excitement to chase.

When the Guides are working with people on Essence Programs, whether this be for energy system repair or spiritual evolution, they often reach a point where, as one Program completes then the prevailing energetic and conscious circumstances more or less insist that another Program begins, in the name of continuity. This is when a sense of urgency is sometimes very profound within the person.

The Guides Speak:
When we have facilitated and created speed and momentum within the energy system of a person, to a point where changes are beginning to manifest, we sometimes then need to capitalise on that speed and momentum. We need to keep it up. We need to push harder while the power we have instilled into the system is strong and running like a river in flood. We can use the energy within that speed and momentum to bring about further change, usually through the use of a further Essence Program.

St. Lythans is a vibration which drives like the howling wind through a forest, waking up the trees as they swirl and swish through a night-time gale. Chaos comes as the leaves fly and the branches bend to the pull of the elements. The nature spirits shriek and take cover, peeping out from their places of safety, half in fear and half in awe and admiration of the great force of brother wind.

As morning comes, there is stillness. Calm falls upon the forest floor as we gaze down at all that has fallen from the living trees, to be now trampled underfoot and pass into a new state of matter and energy, which in turn nurtures the circle of life in the forest.

Winds of Change: What has really happened though, is that the forest was not glowing and flourishing in all its perfection. There were energies which were not conducive to the perfection which was required at that moment in time. Therefore, the Lord of Creation brought the Winds of Change to blow through the forest. To take away that which was not needed and transform it into another state. The wind came to infuse new life and vitality into the existing life-force structure. To open the life-force of the forest into new and refreshing light the light of evolution.

What has really happened though, is that the forest was not glowing and flourishing in all its perfection. There were energies which were not conducive to the perfection which was required at that moment in time. Therefore, the Lord of Creation brought the Winds of Change to blow through the forest. To take away that which was not needed and transform it into another state. The wind came to infuse new life and vitality into the existing life-force structure. To open the life-force of the forest into new and refreshing Light, the Light of Evolution.

St. Lythans is such an essence. It blows through you like a raging gale. It takes away, that old or decaying energy which is not needed any longer. It clears the path. It pushes you forward and it prepares you for the next stage.

Prepare to be blown inside out.

St. Lythans waits to be consumed by the westerly flowing mist. 25th April 2005.

St. Lythans waits to be consumed by the westerly flowing mist. 25th April 2005.

Location:St. Lythans Dolmen is just south of the A48, a few miles west of Cardiff. Marked on most road atlases, this site is easy to find and marked with brown tourist signs. It stands about a mile south of Tinkinswood.

Weather:Weather was overcast with mist rolling in from the west. Cold.

Time:The energy signature was received between 12.40pm

Detail:The glass vial was placed at the top of the central upright holed stone inside the dolmen and just below the capstone.

 

Beryl at St. Lythan's as the stones scream at the sky.

Beryl at St. Lythan's as the stones scream at the sky.

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