Posted in Inspiration, love, spiritual skills and techniques, The Truth of our Being

Making a Tulpa of Truth, Love and Peace

Have you ever heard of a tulpa?  Don’t quote me on this, but I would describe it as a conscious being that’s created from thought-forms that have been invested with intent and emotions.  Which is quite a thing!

So, where are they and how were they made?

A possible example might be when, for generations, people in a location perpetuate the belief in a being of some sort existing there, maybe in a house or wood or the larger environment. And credible people report seeing something that fits the expected appearance of the being. This may be animal or human-like. You could say the Loch Ness monster is a tulpa.

On the more negative side, it can be created through dark practices, like a thought-form as a curse or by black magic, creating a dark energy that begins to take on its own awareness.  The ancient tribal elders from around the world, the San of the Kalahari, Native American, Pacific and Antipodean tribal elders, they speak of evil sorcerers who created this kind of thing, good shamans gone bad. The Navajo skinwalker may be an example of this kind of being.

For myself, I have come across a being, like a nature spirit, that existed in a very old church and came into being because of the energy of many generations of prayer, condensed in the building over time until the energy formed into that little being, like a brownie, a being with conscious intent.

Tulpa is a very interesting word and I decided to repurpose it.

Right now, in 2021, so much energy is coming to us from the higher realms to support humankind to increase their experience of embodying three special qualities, they are love, peace and truth. 

I noticed that ‘Truth, Unconditional Love, Peace = Awake!’ spells TULPA.  Lovely, isn’t it?

Imagine if we all collectively made a tulpa of truth, unconditional love and peace?  And it became a conscious living energy in its own right?  Wow, right?

So, let’s break these qualities down.  Now, Truth is a big one.

I think it’s really difficult to live one’s truth completely in the kind of society we have built for ourselves.  So much has been created through deceit and lack of integrity.  We expect it of our politicians and we still vote them in.  We have accepted it as a part of life.

When it comes to truth, I’m not really thinking about others, I’m thinking about me. We all need to look at ourselves and be up front about how much honesty, integrity and authenticity we have. We cannot be our authentic selves whilst there is any dishonesty, falseness or misrepresentation going on in our lives, whether it’s with ourselves or with others.

If we look at ourselves we can see where we need to be doing a bit of cleaning up. If we are wont to say things we don’t mean, if we are being dishonest to anyone, if we don’t live our truth, settle for less, keep secrets for an easy life, it’s time to set some steps in place, starting small, to clean up our ways. I have been doing this and I must admit I was, at first, scared of coming clean about a few things. In every case, things never kicked off in the way I expected they would, the universe looked after me. Actually, I started with the big, obvious things, and now it’s the little general conversations where I need to ensure I consistently protect my integrity and honesty.

Unconditional Love is no easier than truth. Reason being, we tend to hold judgements and set standards and expectations and it’s really difficult to drop them. Especially as, in some situations we can see those as protective. So, let’s start with ourselves. Now, that’s a big one, to hold unconditional love for oneself. And then, extend it to our nearest and dearest. No judgements, no expectations, remember? Do unto others as we would have done to us. And do unto ourselves as we would have others do to us. That’s unconditional love.

Ah, Peace. If our life is chaotic, it’s because we don’t know how to find our inner peace. If we get confused or sad, being able to go to a place of peace is imperative. You can’t be sad with peace in your heart because love blossoms wherever peace is and love will lift you up. Peace, as I often say, is a place we go where only love exists. Love is the opposite of fear and fear is every emotion that isn’t love. When we learn to go inside to our place of inner peace and call peace into our energy, then, we enter love.

All of these energies, love, peace and truth already exist inside us. That means we can always find them inside ourselves and go there. We can ask our guides, our angels, the Creator or Universal energies, whatever your preference, to take us there, to send us their love or peace or truth so we can resonate with it, breathe it in. Then, we sit with it. Breathing it in and out. Sending it through our entire being. Grounding and manifesting it by sending it into the Earth through the soles of our feet to anchor, through our roots. The more often we do this, the more often our lives will naturally start to change, so there’s less chaos, less judgement, less expectations, less dishonesty or lack of integrity in our lives.

And it all happens with ease. That’s why TULPA is a really good way of remembering to embody and express truth, unconditional love and peace for ourselves and everyone else.

Posted in darkness and light, Energy healing, Inspiration, Personal Story

Waking Up

Quite often, the posts I write don’t represent where I’m at, they’re me working things out for myself.  It’s a part of a process where intellect is engaged, part of moving through the energy to realisation.  So, when I state something, it doesn’t mean I’m there yet, it means I know I’m working through that energy.

I watched a film recently, it was one I’ve watched at least five times, an old favourite I never seem to tire of.  Every time, it gets me in the heart, which is not surprising since it’s a film all about the heart.  And more than that, it’s a film about claiming your darkness, and I hadn’t really noticed that before because I hadn’t watched it just at the moment when I was ready to see it before.

As usual, this time, the emotions started to surface, ones I often struggle with.

And there it was.  After my recent post ‘Allowing Life to Be’, I realised what I needed as I watched the film.  I realised that those struggling emotions of yearning and desires and loneliness, a desire for a deep, abiding loving relationship that expresses as a sacred union at all levels, this is not a lack in me, not something to fight or struggle against, not a bad or negative feeling. It doesn’t represent a deficiency or failure. It’s okay, it’s a part of me.  It’s who I am, and all of a sudden I claimed it.  I embraced my needs and desires and moved the energy from dissonance to resonance. 

Then, I realised there was more that needed to be claimed, I needed to claim the darkness, the loss, abandonment, lack of love I’ve experienced, deeper than I’d ever claimed it before.  Instead of feeling it was something that had happened to me, that it was a problem, that it was the opposite of what I wanted, I claimed it all.  I claimed the darkness as mine. 

Now, I own it.  I can no longer be hurt because it’s something I allow as who I am.  All those emotions that weren’t love became love, love for myself.  I loved myself to freedom.

Guilt, resentment, blame, anger, sorrow, all became love.  And that love became peace.  The peace brought stillness and release, it brought acceptance and trust.  I accepted me and at the same time, I healed myself some more.    

Waking up is a series of moments of realisation, of claiming and acceptance of oneself.