The Navajo People have a saying,
“May you walk in beauty”
from the book Awakening to the Spirit World page 149-150
It means that one can choose to speak words that are loving
and that will be healing to others – words that create beauty.
One of my favorite teachings is about the true meaning of
abracadabra, which many of us used as children. This word
comes from the Aramaic abraq ad habra which literally
translates to “I will create as I speak”.
Indigenouse people take words very seriously because
they can be used to heal or to curse,
yet the modern person tends to speak very quickly
without really considering his or her words.
When we say things like “there is no hope”,
we are creating no hope.
When we say things like “I am grateful for all I receive
in my life”, those words of gratitude become
affirmations that reverberate back to us
and ripple through the web of life.
The first time I did a journey about this,
one of my teachers had me sit in a beautiful place
He asked me to say the word “brilliance”
out loud and watch as the vibration
went up into the universe and then
“rained back down on me”.
Then he had me repeat words to create a
vibration that I would rather not see
the manifestation of.”
I loved that so much, especially the vibration of “brilliance,
raining down on me”
I thought I’d note it down over here so as not to lose it.
love Denise xo