The Body-Temple, A Song of Glory

May 18 09:12 2005 Judith Pennington Print This Article

One of the most fascinating stories I've ever heard came from a respected psychic teacher who received a phone call from a man in a hospital to have both feet amputated. The psychic wasn't given this information, but intuitively heard the man's feet complain that he never let them rest. Knowing this to be true, the man promised to change jobs and his feet, deciding to trust him, healed immediately.

I read an equally amazing story about an elderly tabby cat,Guest Posting Richie, on the verge of death from a large malignant tumor between his eyes. The veterinarian's acupuncture treatments did nothing until used to attune Richie to the Cosmos. Richie's owner, supporting this, called in an animal communicator who taught the cat, with his agreement, to visualize the shrinking of the tumor. One week later, to the veterinarian's astonishment, the tumor began to shrink and the next week disappeared.

Stories lke these, told by honest, intelligent people, shift our perceptions of reality, don't they? We are taught that reason and verbal communication lift us above other creatures, who therefore must not be able to think or feel. And yet, if the divine consciousness of love exists within every cell of our bodies, and every thing within and outside of us is connected, then everything must be conscious.

Quantum physics, brain wave research, animal studies and bioacoustics, which heals by restoring the body's missing frequencies, are repeatedly proving this. But we can simply feel the connectedness, can't we, when we go out into nature? We relax, rejoice and receive the insights needed; nature confides her healing secrets through both our ordinary and intuitive senses.

Over the past year, while beginning to listen to and honor the voice of my body, I've grown visibly healthier and more intuitively aware that everything in Creation is an aspect of the divine, each singing "a song of glory," as Edgar Cayce, the great psychic-healer, put it. My still, small voice chimes in that nature is a living organism embodying every aspect of consciousness: her whispering wind, musical waters, stormy mountaintops and flowered meadows comprise a body-temple calling us to balance, peace and love for All That Is.

Here is the harmony sought by each of us, an orchestration of many notes into a melodious symphony of consciousness.

How do we harmonize our own aspects? We need only listen to each individual note--body, mind and heart--so that these may naturally move into a vibrant, resonant chord felt and heard throughout the body of Creation.

Our souls live and breathe in our body-temples, which seek purity and wholeness. Each body, given a voice, will say whether we are honoring or dishonoring it. Only close your eyes and ask whether this food, drink, word or deed, given out or received, brings good or ill to self or another. The body, mind, heart and soul, asked this question, will each speak its truth.

If you don't get an answer right away, ask again. Trust the answer to come and it will. Perhaps it already does come to you without asking. If not, your asking will enable it to speak in warning or in joy, in perfect timing. So we grow in ourselves and resonate with our light-filled world of beauty and order.

When we call upon our thoughts, feelings and body sensations to guide us into harmony and peace, we open fully to the spiritual intuition which exists to comfort and guide our soul growth. In listening to the voice of the soul, we begin to receive impressions through the web of life connecting us with animals, plants, nature spirits, angels and every other aspect of the Greater Whole, whether seen or unseen.

For peace to begin with me, it must be in harmony with the Oneness of all creation, so that each note may give and receive in equal measure. Only in this musical cooperation will we have a vibrant body-temple, happy families, healthy governments and global peace.

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Judith Pennington
Judith Pennington

Judith Pennington is a writer, singer and coast-to-coast teacher of meditation and the evolution of human consciousness. The author of a groundbreaking book, "The Voice of the Soul," she publishes a free e-newsletter and subscription e-magazine through her website, www.eaglelife.com.

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