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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - January 22, 2018


The Cabal managed to slip through an attack at Lake Wales Mall with an IED.


They've reverted to using lower tech for small petty attacks after they're two attempts to start War World 3 failed.


Fortunately, no one was hurt by the explosion. Thus, no delay occurred. Another Failed attempt from the Cabal.


This could be a sign that the Cabal/MIC are now depleted of their assets.


The Cabal are being deprived of everything they own and everything they have until they have no more.


The Lake Wales Mall attack is a sign of Cabal desperation.


The war of attrition is in favor of the Alliance.


The implementation of GESARA will be discussed by leaders at the upcoming Davos 2018 meeting.


Selected bank employees will be informed and trained to handle your exchanges. All selected employees will be under a NDA.


HSBC-owned off-site redemption center staff have already been trained to handle your exchanges.


All exchange funds will be processed through the new financial system.


The new financial system is hosted on a quantum computer and is protected from any Cabal cyber attacks.


All RV exchange funds will be safe and cannot be touched by any corrupted bankers under Cabal extortion.


The final code sequence to activate the new financial system is in the hands of an individual who answers directly to the Chinese Elders.


The Chinese Elders have the final authorization under Grandfather's blessing.


2 weeks were given to the White Hats to finalize the cleanup of Cabal corruption.


Nova Earth is expected to begin January 30th if the White Hats complete their tasks ahead of schedule.


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The Science of Mantras and How Sacred Sounds Heal Body, Mind and Spirit



Source: Waking Times | by: Paul Harrison

Today, mantras are chanted for myriad reasons. There are mantras to cure depression and anxiety, mantras said to create wealth, mantras used to attract wealth… for near every purpose there is a corresponding mantra. Yet despite the billions of people who use mantras, and the sheer range of their uses, the Western world has stubbornly turned a blind eye to this oldest of spiritual practices.

It is shocking to think that after 3000 years there is still virtually zero scientific research to substantiate mantras, but no funding has been given to scientifically investigate this most important spiritual practice. And, so, it has fallen to the spiritual community itself to substantiate the mantras.

So what, precisely, do we truly know about mantras?

Yoga masters claim that mantras have the power to create chemical changes in the body. The argument is that the specific vibrational qualities of mantras create reverberations in the body that lead to changes on the molecular level.

We can understand how this works when we consider man's relation to sound.

Our auditory faculty has evolved through millions of years to include specific constants that form the very foundations of our auditory composition. Many of the sounds we make today, like grunts and some syllables, have been used for millions of years, long before we became homo-sapiens.

Similar to the way birds use song to communicate information about the weather, we have used grunts and syllables to form our understanding of the world.

The reason why many of today's words are onomatopoetic is because human vocals were created as an echo of nature. Early man used syllables as a way of echoing the sound of the thing they were trying to describe. Hence why "bob" (as in "bobbing up and down") sounds like an object bobbing up and down in the water. "Crash", "Bang", "Honk", and "Chime" are other examples.

As mankind has evolved we have moved away from onomatopoetic language. So it is that English is not nearly as onomatopoetic as Sanskrit, the latter being a much earlier language.

When we speak in Sanskrit we create sounds that are very closely related to the sounds of nature.

The sacred Sanskrit word "Om", for instance, means "Universe" and we can hear an echo of the universe in the sound of the mantra. We get a sense of the open and infinite nature of the universe when we listen to this sound. "Om" is a vey open sound. It seems to conjure thoughts of an open space, reconnecting us with the vastness of the universe.

To say that "Om" sounds like an open space, of course, means that it has auditory composition similar to the way sound vibrates in an actual open space. The quality of the sound is a recreation of the sound of the real thing.

What does it mean to sound like the real thing? It means that the sound of the mantra and the sound of an actual open space are very similar. In other words, when we recite "Om" we recreate the vibrational qualities of an actual open space, and we do so inside the body.

READ: Aum Mani Padme Hum: The Integration of Duality and Polarity

It is as though we are bringing that part of nature, that vast open space of "Om", into our own being. Not only do we recreate that open space in an auditory and physical sense, we also recreate it in the mind.

When we recite mantras, we don't simply make sounds. We meditate on them. To meditate means to focus consciousness on a certain space. When we meditate on "Om" we focus consciousness on the mantra itself. In other words, we place our consciousness inside the sound, inside "OM", and, in turn, inside the open space that "Om" represents.

This is the science of mantras. And it is one of humankind's oldest healing techniques. For millions of years we have recreated the vibrational qualities of nature using the voice. Mantras simply take it further. When we meditate on those primordial sounds, we place consciousness inside the sound, healing the mind by reconnecting it with those auditory representations of the natural world.

By changing the vibrational qualities of those sounds, we change the effect the sound has on the mind. The root chakra mantra "Lam", for instance, grounds us and creates feelings of belonging, where "Ah" creates release, helping us to let go.

This is the power of Sanskrit mantras. They are a way of recreating the vibrational qualities of real-world events, objects, or spaces in the body, and then placing consciousness inside those sounds by meditating. Simply chanting a Sanskrit mantra puts us in-tune with positive vibrational energies that heal body, mind and spirit.

About the Author

Paul Harrison is a meditation teacher and the author of TheDailyMeditation.com. His passion and purpose is to bring spirituality to a million people and to help make the world a more loving, more compassionate, kinder place. Read Paul's complete guide to the mantras and discover the healing power of sacred sounds.

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