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Miracles Are Available to You

Incarnating the Goddess can be a relatively simple procedure. Alter your consciousness. Put on powerful music played at high volume. Concentrate. Feel. That's all there is to it, really. In the video below, the grandeur of Strauss' theme is moving enough, but coupled with the image of Kwan Yin emerging from the pleroma of white light, it's an overwhelmingly emotional experience. Intense emotion is what yields the visionary apprehension of the Divine called "gnosis."

Emotion is Spirit. It is a frequency of Her infinite energy. What you'll see in this video is me tapping into that, just for a moment. It pretty much fries my circuits...but what matters is that it supercharges my psyche. Remnants of that energy remain when the peak experience is over. That energy will nourish you when you're back in the "real" world, no matter how grim your circumstances are.

I'm posting this because I want you to know that this kind of miracle--a literal miracle, a first-hand, up-close-and-personal encounter with the Divine Being--is available to you. You can learn how to do this. It might look crazy, but...well, yeah, it is crazy, but it's the divine madness Plato speaks of, the kind that brings amazing gifts of creative inspiration.

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