From the Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter (SEL 9:1)

From issue Number 12, Spring 1996, we will look at the experiences with Safety Energy Lock 9 as related by Philomena Dooley, Muriel Carlton and Wayne Hackett. Remember that you can order the full text from http://www.jsjinc.net.

Philomena: “The Overseer, the Number of Universality, Clear Intelligence, attainment, fulfillment.
The sign of ageless wisdom
We talk of the 9th Depth – the Nothingness of space.
The Beginningless beginning.
The origin of our universe.
The Divine Source of ALL.
The End of a cycle – getting ready for the New Cycle.

What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the butterfly calls the beginning.

Safety Energy Lock 9 has control over the waistline – my lifestyle. If SEL 9 is not in harmony, the ascending energy will be impeded, therefore, burdening SEL 23 waistline – ‘I am my own responsibility’.
I AM – The letter I is 9th in the alphabet
AM – the 1st and 13th in the alphabet.
9+(1+13)14 = 23.
14 = 5 and 23 = 5.

The number 9 flow will put a period to the progress of disease or disharmony. It will get everything back in order.

My first experience with SEL 9 was when a middle-aged man came for help. He was scheduled for surgery. There was a calcification – a spur – between the sacrum and the 5th lumbar vertebra. He was in a lot of pain and discomfort. Mary told us that SEL 9 can dissolve what is solidified – 2nd Depth, rocks and rods. Six weeks later Bill was spotted playing tennis (semi-finals at that) in Eluthra, an island in the Caribbean.

The flow has 8 dynamic steps.
We have seen how important number 8 is. It symbolizes rhythm and magic and is the harmonizer of the 3rd Depth. As it is above, so it is below. The symbol of the cycles of light. 9 is the symbol of man. The symbol of the sacral coccygeal vertebrae within which is contained the secret of human evolution – 3rd Depth.”

Thank you, Philomena.

Gassho, Namaste, Blessings

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1 thought on “From the Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter (SEL 9:1)

  1. Anonymous

    I like one of the lines here, i.e.- what the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the butterfly calls the beginning.

    Reply

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