Every living organism has an axiatonal system. Some sources tell us that this system was originally connected to the meridian system of acupuncture, extending it to a system of light that connected us to our Divine Self. Thousands of years ago, when we became thoroughly enmeshed in the physical, that connection was severed. The ability to focus and pull in the Perfect Blueprint for our physical body and renew it was lost. We have reached the time when that system needs to be re-connected; we need to re-activate these circuits, or grids of light, and connect to that Divine Self within.
Axiatonal Alignment is a technique for activating those subtle circuits or grids of light that control the renewing functions of our body. This is a very simple but powerful treatment that brings focus. It connects us to and activates our Perfect Blueprint. The body is re-aligned, reconnected and re-activated on very subtle levels.
The recipient reclines comfortably on a table while the practitioner lightly touches various points on the body, activating the grids. The treatment can be completed in 10-15 minutes and combines well with other modalities.
This is a treatment that is traditionally done once a month. At Circle of One, we are doing Axiatonal Alignment treatments at the New Moon as part of our preparation for the next lunar cycle. The recipient reclines comfortably on a table while the practitioner lightly touches various points on the body, activating the grids. There may be some discomfort after the treatment as blocks are released and energy once again flows unimpeded through the grid. The results vary, but for me Axiatonal Alignment brings focus to my life, clarity of purpose and enhanced connection to spirit.
The Axiatonal class is a one day workshop. In the class you will learn the positions for the three passes down the body, both on yourself and on someone else. You will receive an anointment, or attunement, that facilitates the flow of the Axiatonal energy. You will both give and receive a treatment during the class. Ample time to practice is provided.
Cost : $144 Cdn in Toronto