My experience with the Heart Activation Music has been wonderful. I have experienced various things such as deep relaxation, clearing of negative energy, activations of my physical and energetic bodies, contact with beings from higher planes, and much more that my mind cannot put a label on! Every session is different. Some are more relaxing and I fall in and out of sleep, others I’m along for a wondrous journey of otherworldly experiences. Steven holds an amazingly powerful space allowing you to feel safe to relax, release and be open to whatever experience the universe holds for you at that moment.
I started to go to Steven's Heart Activation Session only early May. The impact on my spirituality was amazing. It was awakening and upgrading exponentially with an amazing impact on my mental and emotional capacity. What does this mean? It was as if layers of dust were removed from my memory, and my heart (activity) yield a depth I have not known before. The Heart Activation Music enabled my heart to connect to my beloved in a way I could not imagine before. What's more, my healing capacity rocket the sky...
What to bring
Yoga mat & cushion (if you can)
[Chairs & a limited number of mats/cushions are available]
Any crystals that you may wish to bring and use with you or add to the circle
An open mind ready to experience quantum sound healing
Twice a year day and night fall into balance, lasting for nearly equal lengths. Known as equinoxes, Latin for “equal night,” they occur in March and September and along with solstices, mark the changing of seasons as Earth travels around the sun.
Astronomers like to describe the equinox within the conceptual celestial sphere. Here the heavens are projected around the Earth, like an enormous planetarium. The model is bisected by the celestial equator, a projection of Earth’s own equator. The Equinox occurs at the point at which the Sun’s path, or ecliptic (EE-Klip-Tick) crosses the celestial equator. In spring it is known as the vernal equinox and in fall, the autumnal equinox. The other ends of the sun’s path are the two solstices. In the northern hemisphere the summer solstice marks the longest day of the year, while the winter solstice marks the shortest.
The seasonal aligning of the sun has been more than just a unique celestial event for humankind throughout history. Ancient sites like Stonehenge, in England and Machu Picchu in Peru have well documented solar alignments during the solstices. Similarly, the equinoxes have been associated with some amazing manmade phenomena. In the ancient Maya city of Chichén Itza (Chee-Chen EEt-Zah), the great pyramid known as El Castillo is oriented along cardinal axes. During the equinoxes, shadows cast by the railings create the illusion of a writhing serpent body descending the northern steps where it joins the carved serpent’s head at the base of the stairway.
The cultural significance of the fall equinox and changing of season continues today. Especially in the northern hemisphere, where the autumnal equinox occurs around harvest season. In fact, the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox is commonly referred to as the “harvest moon.” In China and other Asian countries, this time is celebrated with the mid-autumnal festival. The origins are linked to the birth of the moon goddess, and festival traditions revolve around families, with reunions and feasts, and special moon cakes. In Jewish culture, thanks for the harvest is given during the week-long “Feast of the Tabernacles,” or Succoth. Families eat meals in temporary shelters outside, recalling the Israelites days in the wilderness after the exodus from Egypt.
2017. Nationalgeographiccom. [Online]. [10 September 2017]. Available from: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/equinoxes/
Spring Equinox Meaning
The significance for Spring is that daylight starts to increase, so the earth is about to tip over to more LIGHT, like an illuminating, sublime reminder that light is returning and always does, to earth. Therefore, the Spring equinox represents new light and life, new beginings, seeds and paths. In fact the spring equinox used to be considered the new year in many parts of Europe until the middle of the 18th century.
There was also a connection to Eostre, the Goddess of Dawn / East. Easter as a holiday also has that sense of fertility, with the depiction often of hares and eggs as a symbol of birth and fertility, new life, babies, creation and so on (hence easter eggs) .
In ancient times rituals were performed at the moment of alignment and people would cleanse old energy out as well as in their homes, temples etc. This is where our tradition of ‘spring cleaning’ came from! So you see how reclaiming the sacred ways and mindset past brings us closer to both the Great Spirit as well as a closer truth.
Just as the length of day and night is equal, this time represents our own need for balance of the yin/yang and male/female energies. Balanced equilibrium as the ideal state for our lives.
It is a time of renewal, new beginnings of life and growth blooming gloriously and ushering in a renewed sense of energy brought in to help you focus and move forward in new, fresh, positive ways.
2017. Natalia Kuna - Psychic Medium. [Online]. [10 September 2017]. Available from: http://www.nataliakuna.com/equinox---spiritual-meaning.html
Map & Location
Vivacious Living Centre
Suite 9A / 9 Risely Street
ARDROSS, WA 6153