“The Journey within us”
THE MEANING OF ANGELICA YANA
In Sanskrit, the word Ya means “Go” or “move", and hence Yana means “Journey” or “ Vehicle”. Angelica Yana means the Journey within us, with the help of focussed breath, that helps one to achieve great levels of purity in consciousness. It is a process connected to specific types of breathing, i.e., Air element, which symbolizes world of thoughts, is a process of conscious will to oxygenate to the fullest our physical and the metaphysical bodies and brain with new Air, Prana, Energy, bringing intensively an external abundance of clarity that leads to past, non-understood (thoughts, emotions, experiences), issues and spiritual potentials within the soul…to be after that clarified and mastered! Thus, the breath becomes the Yana i.e., Vehicle that takes us within, in the deeper layers of our unconscious where the causes of our issues are lying.
In Buddhism, yāna often expands the metaphor of the spiritual path with the idea of various vehicles that convey a person along that path. The yāna / mārga metaphor pervasive within Buddhism and other traditions is an analog to the Chinese metaphor of the Tao: The earliest explicit Buddhist use of yāna in a metaphorical sense of a journey to awakening may be the term dharmayana, "dharma vehicle". According to an ancient text, there are 3 types of people:
•First, those who are completely into the world of matter and pleasure and live only for that.
•Second, those who turn back to all behaviors related to matter and pleasure of the world and wrong deeds, and connect to spirit alone.
•Third, those who are willing to come out of the distorsions and miseries and go within to understand the cause, see it in matter as a reflection, as a result of which all around them are benefited as well. This is marrying the spirit and matter.
And this is the Yana path
Yana is determined by the capacity and propensity of the "symbolic human body". Therefore, we can think of the body as a microcosm where all of our emotions, thoughts & intentions are located. When we activate our conscience with Angelica Yana, we develop the ability to sail across the ocean of Saṃsāra, understanding our inner universe and releasing it’s full health on all levels: physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual.
EXPLANATION OF ANGELICA YANA TECHNIQUE
Angelica Yana technique involves invoking an Angel along with conscious connected breathing to lift the veil to unconscious, which enables the seeker to go into the memories which are yet to be understood and transformed in their daily manifestations. The Angelic wisdom and symbolic understanding of these memories, that emerge in form of sensations, pains or visions or other mystic experiences, during a Yana Session, help the seeker to profoundly experience and understand its Divine Potential. It gives also an opportunity to meet with our inner distortions and to transform them with continuous chanting of the Angelica Mantra during the session. This is a technique that helps one to connect to his inner 72 dimensions with breath, go within to root causes, the blocks and understand the reason of its existence, apply the Law of Resonance (which is one of the many spiritual Laws explained in the Angelica Yana teachings) and master them. It is a transformational process that heals the traumas, hurts & suppressed energies with wisdom, applying the symbolic language, the language with which Universe communicates with us all the time.
To invoke the Angelic Consciousness, the Angelica Mantras are used, this allows us to activate the Vibration and the Powers of the Angel’s Energy and its Field of Conscience within ourselves. When one connects the breath with it, it helps to create a bridge to the memories stored in that field of consciousness and where it has manifested on the body level. By accessing and understanding these memories in our inner world, leads to a very deep and profound cleansing.
Angelica Yana leads a person to experience and understand how working on our inner aspects helps us to transform our outside, the world of action and to manifest a better life on all levels. As a person continues to work with it everyday, he / she integrates more spiritual bliss and harmonious life holistically.
BENEFITS OF ANGELICA YANA
•Learn how to invoke 72 Angels and improve your inner and outer life by going deep in the root cause of the issues like relationships, lack of self-esteem, lack of confidence, financial, career, etc. and cleanse with Yana and Dreams.
•Learn to work with breath with 72 Angels invocation, leading to flow of Prana & detoxification in body and open the veil of unconscious with wisdom to cleanse the memories and patterns. Practicing Angelica Yana activates intensively our ability to dream.
•Through physical and mystical experiences, and through decoding our dreams, Angelica Yana helps us understand our life plan and purpose by connecting to Birth Angels and applying all the Divine Laws like the Law of Resonance.
•Deep inner and outer relaxation, release of tension, increased sense of aliveness and well-being.
•Resolution / Healing of the past traumas
•Physical detoxification, healing of diseases, improved health
•Insight and awareness
•Increased trust in life, reawakened intuition, feeling of completeness
•Create what serves you in life, improved a loving for yourself, and loving relationships
•Clearer communication to self and realisation of life purpose
•It gives us the autonomy in our spiritual path
•It activates the fusion of spirit and matter
•It helps us integrate the symbolic language into our daily living
•It reminds us of our true life purpose on Earth
•It helps us Divinely understand ourselves and others
•It helps us cleanse our karmas
•It helps us enter into a Dharmic state of mind, a Dharmic life
For more info, we recommend you to read: The Book of Angels, The Hidden Secrets by Professors Kaya and Christiane Muller. You can also discover our entire Books section and Musics section on Angels, Dreams, Signes & Symbols.
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