Who is Sanaya? Suzanne Giesemann answers:
Who is Sanaya? Suzanne Giesemann answers: "Sanaya has told us that she is a collective consciousness of minds with both a feminine and masculine energy. This energy comes from a higher dimension than our own. When I bring through Sanaya's words, I am "tapping in" to Higher Consciousness. I am allowing that Consciousness to express itself through my body: through my brain, through my vocal cords, my arms, my hands, and also through my pen. Sanaya would not need a name, except for our human need to put labels on things and place our experiences into well-defined boxes. Sanaya takes us outside the box into a dimension where we come face to face with our higher selves. To hear the words of Sanaya as they come through ... to sit in the presence of that energy ... is a palpable experience of higher vibration ... of love. To read Sanaya's words can have the same result when you tune in to that finer energy as you read." (To read the full explanation of who and what Sanaya is, click here.)
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Yin and Yang
You couple with another to learn how to reconcile duality with oneness. Picture your yin and yang symbol with black and white—two so very different colors, yet fitting together almost sensually, you might say. They mold the one into another like two very separate pieces of a puzzle, yet together perfectly forming the whole. You and your partner in relationships form this whole, but it is not always perfect, is it? That is because you are a work in progress. You fluctuate in resonance as you jockey for position within the puzzle. Will you fit equally, or will one try to take up more of the whole?
This push and pull is natural in the human world. The closer you come to fitting together, the easier your relationship becomes. How do you do this? You cannot force a square piece into a round “whole” let alone two pieces with rough edges. It is far easier when you relax and soften the edges.
If you are facing challenges in a relationship, lie together if you can, in a position like two spoons. This is the closest you can come in the physical world to the perfect fit of your yin and yang. Whilst in this position, surrender all thought and simply feel the wholeness. From this experience, clarity will emerge. “Do I stay or do I go?” The answer may surprise you. In either case, you will truly understand why God created partnerships.
As the love flows from duality to oneness, you can now extend that oneness to include all that is. As above, so below. Quite a beautiful system.
Posted by Suzanne Giesemann at 6:41 AM