Prayer of Transmutation: hik’é yizínasnii nowi’odla’i… And I embrace my faith: the ideals of ancient knowing: the way of higher consciousness.
In the making of the earth-human lotus blossom, the map is lain in the center of the circle. This can be an empty map, or have items added to it. As long as the first person in the line up can lay their right hand on the map. In tlish diyan we believe we give through the right and receive through the left. Going around the circle we see the right hand is on the map on the first person, and the left hand is over on the ground. In the slides, we actually had a person as a focal point, with another person acting as the mother, or father in this case, holding the new born baby. From here out, people are added to the spiral until we reach the outside with the right hand now of each person that follows the first person, on the person in front of them, and their LEFT HAND on the ground to receive back in the cycling with Earth. Remember, our energy for passing power, is extended to the Earth, her children, and all life as it flows, and in doing so, it is returned to us 13:20. chajala naiisha ashne ate, healing complete we are love always
Maria Yracébûrû is a Native American ceremonialist who awakened as a channel when she was struck by lightning. She found herself looking into the eyes of her great grandmother, Naylin Lagé, and decided to pursue an exchange of information. Maria has an LLd in eco-psychology and is a prayer-maker and minister. She is author of Ah-Kine Remembrance, a merging of mythology, personal experience, and channeled knowledge on Pleiadian starseed lineage.