A New Spin on the Prayer Wheel: A Way to Align the Mental, Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Systems of Our Bodies

The Harmonic Energy Balancing system, also known as the HEB, is based on the power of the Prayer Wheel. The Prayer Wheel was designed to spread spiritual blessings and evoke general well-being.

A typical prayer wheel of old consisted of rolls of paper imprinted with multiple copies of mantras and prayers. These rolls of paper were wound around an axle then placed in a protective container and spun. Spinning the written form of prayers or mantras in the prayer wheel is believed to invoke blessings and goodwill. Prayer wheels go as far back as 400 A.D. 

Enter the 20th century, the Dali Lama said that having mantras and prayers on your computer works in a similar fashion as a traditional mani or prayer wheel. As the digital image spins around in the hard drive, it sends the peaceful prayers of compassion to all directions and purifies the area. Your photograph is an energy fingerprint of you and what positive energy is imprinted onto your energetic fingerprint is also imprinted onto you. The HEB is designed to help balance your energy. Helping you to stay happy, healthy and strong.

Prayer is powerful. It is focused attention that when used in a positive way, has tremendous benefits on the physical body as well as the energetic body and subconscious mind of the individual, animal or space that is being prayed upon.

The HEB uses an affirmation that is written or selected (from a list emailed to client) by the individual helping to support the desired change or focused intent that that individual is looking to shift into. It uses afflictions to help balance and clear the negative experiences or symptoms the individual is experiencing. It also uses the name, birthdate, birth place and time of birth along with the address of the individual’s home and work/school so that the person is receiving the intended affirmation throughout the day, even while they are at worker school.   

What is most impressive about the HEB is when we do not feel we have the power or capacity to make the desired change we want, being on the HEB gives the desired support and can actually empower the individual on various levels so that physical changes occur, mental clarity or positive thoughts encouraging change happens, and the opportunity to manifest the desired change begins to unfold because the individual starts to align with the affirmation. It is like that encouraging friend, peer or mentor that we need 24 hours a day 7 days a week for 1 full year!

It is not just for adults and children, it is for pets and environments too! Pets are so sensitive to our energies and can often become sick or maladjusted from all the stress we unintentionally share with them throughout the day. The HEB helps keep them balanced and helps them clear their energy. It can also assist those animals who tend to be highly anxious or fearful or have difficulty being trained.

Environments can benefit tremendously. Have you ever walked into a place and just felt uncomfortable and couldn’t wait to get out of there? Well, here is a solution for that! Putting your home and each of its bedrooms can assist with clearing the stagnant energy, increasing a calming soothing environment even promoting better restful sleep! 

It  can also be used for your office space to increase client interest or sales transactions even create better focus and productivity! Please know when putting an environment on the HEB it affects all who live and or work there.

For more information on pricing and service availability please contact Cynthia Sharpe

Cynchronisity@gmail.com

Every Now and Zen: Meditation

Often times I have a conversation with someone about meditation because that is typically what most people can relate my work to. Meditation is important as it does free us from being ever so mentally consumed. It is refreshing and typically can rejuvenate the body or at least bring clarity.
But when asked, most people find it very difficult to get to that meditative state. My first memory of a successful meditation came when I was in college. I invited my mother to come along with me as it was actually an after hours event being held on campus and I felt she would enjoy doing it with me. 
When we walked into the room there were rows of straight back chairs with no arm rests. We were asked to sit close together and were given a phrase to repeat over and over again. I remember feeling uncomfortable at first to have to “chant” the words, but soon fell into line with everyone else. If I was going to be there, I might as well make it my best. 
I soon noticed that as I was chanting I was shedding tears. I was not crying, but tears were streaming down involuntarily. 
I remember walking out saying to my mom that “I felt like I just had a spiritual shower!” I wanted more, I loved the feeling so much.
Now, when people ask for my advice on how to begin meditating, I almost always suggest chanting. You can choose to use a favorite word or phrase, or you can do a web search for chanting music and see what resonates with you. People are so “mind-full” these days that the idea of tuning out and into ourselves is challenging. I have also suggested using essential oils during meditation for those who really find it difficult. Our sense of smell is our most powerful sense, using a scent that calms or shifts our mood can induce a nice meditative state all on its own and even more so, in combination with music. 
When I first started mediating I wasn’t quite sure I was actually meditating. What I saw when I first began, oftentimes felt like still life images, like when movies first were invented. I was always wondering if I was getting “true” information or if I was “forcing” the meditation. Now as I meditate, I not only see images that are fluid, I hear or feel things that support what is being communicated.  
I hadn’t had the experience of shedding tears after that first chanting meditation until a few years ago. My husband’s father passed and I found the Kundalini Meditation Music CD in the library and brought it home and began listening to it. When I heard Snatam Kaur sing Heal (Ra Ma Da Sa) I began to cry, and if my husband was around when I played it, even he shed tears. It was the perfect song to heal from that loss.
My son loves hearing Ma from that CD. During those restless nights when his brain is overactive, listening to that chant oftentimes helps him fall asleep.