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Who Cares ?

Who Cares ?

 - Hi’Story  

What Is Numinous Guide And Healing ?
When we are born, no one has to tell us to breath from the diaphragm, we simply do.

Age 1/5 is when the blueprint for
who we are is set.
Age 5 an atmosphere is built, right below the neck, by all of life’s misleadings, keeping us from whole body awareness, soul and spirit awareness, holding us above the the shoulders, locked in the head.

Numinous Guide And Healing is a technique where I assist in guiding “Self” down passed that {chine} atmosphere, through the throat, taking a moment to visit and dance to the beat of the heart.
Continuing to fall into the safety and security of the {solar plexus}
A space within us all that I refer to as; Our Inner Soul’Ar Galactic Space, where all the abundance of energies, gifts of spirit connectedness, strengths, empowerment, and bravery are. We spend so much of our time. So much of our lives outsourcing. Unaware that every divine resource is right inside of us. Here within our reach.

When we make the journey through the atmosphere the has held us, trapped above the beauty for what is found below living only chin up, our passage way down into the recognition of Being more than a head and face we find safety within our Inner Soul’Ar home security, keeping others out, unable to steal our power.

When we are within our Inner Soul’Ar Galactic Space, this is where, the Spirit And Soul unite.

Spirit becomes the Souls Heart,
The Souls Heartbeat And we become,
Uni’Verse’All
Uni’FYI
Uni’Fied
Uni’Verse
Uni’Verse’City

Here, we discover all the resources for healing we need.
From here is where we become the masters of manifest, manifesting
and manifested becomes all yours!

©️ 2017, 2021
Bella Uni’Verse
Authentic Reality,

it’s
Whatz Happenin Inc.

“Be” Honest – “Being” True

“UnI has nothing to do with me and you, but everything to do with Us”

New Personal Challenge

In addition to my Mantras.
In addition to connecting the “Souls” of my feet to the roots of “UnI for my continuing to receive the “Verse” for myself, and to share with my friends,
All of y’all” 💜

I am sitting in my hotel room, thinking about “Being.” Being Human, and what that means;
To Be Human?
Then I thought, I can’t just,
“Be Human.
One must check in with oneself while authentic reflection {in the mirror}

asking; “How Am I Being?”

In addition to my seeking “TRUTH”
Every morning after 6:00am Mantra/7:00am,
again in the afternoon 1:11pm;
And, Every closing night,
I” will check in with “Myself.”
“𝒱𝒶𝓃𝒾𝓈𝒽𝒶, How are you Being?

Yours sincerely,
Bella Uni’Verse

“UnI has nothing to do with me and you, but everything to do with Us”

The Gratitude of Gifts Given 📖

Lakshmi is the divine power that transforms dreams into reality. She is prakriti, the perfect creation: self-sustaining, self-contained Nature. She is maya, the delightful delusion, the dream-like expression of divinity that makes life comprehensible, hence worth living. She is shakti, energy, boundless and bountiful.

- Shri Vaishnava Tradition Pt.5
In the twelfth century AD, 
a new form of Vaishnavism called
Shri-Vaishnavism evolved in South India. Like other Vaishnava orders, it visualised Vishnu as the embodiment of the supreme divine principle. However, this order was unique as it refused to acknowledge Vishnu independently. It insisted on the presence of Lakshmi beside him.

For Shri-Vaishnava scholars, such as Vedanta Deshika, Lakshmi is indispensable while approaching Vishnu. He represents righteousness; she represents compassion. She is like a mother intervening between a stern father (God) and an errant son (the devotee).

Maha-Lakshmi, the Great Goddess
Maha-Lakshmi, the Tantrik form of Lakshmi, is less the goddess of wealth and more the supreme mother-goddess; painting from Orissa.
In Tantrik texts, which were composed around the same time as the Puranas, Lakshmi acquired supreme importance. She was Maha-Lakshmi, the Supreme Goddess.

Lakshmi is often differentiated from Maha-Lakshmi. While the former is the consort of Vishnu and the Goddess of wealth, Maha-Lakshmi is viewed as an autonomous entity, the supreme embodiment of the Mother-Goddess. When worshipped as Maha-Lakshmi, Lakshmi is not visualised as a beautiful goddess seated on a lotus, pot in hand, but like a Virginal Warrior-Goddess riding a lion, much like Durga. This form of the Goddess is especially popular in Maharashtra.

Ancient Pancharatra texts that adore Maha-Lakshmi consider her to be the root of all creation. In the beginning, they say,

the cosmic soul—the unfathomable unmanifest Narayana—desired to create the cosmos. But he did not have the resources to do so. As he pondered over this problem, his dormant energy, his shakti, burst forth in a blinding light, manifesting as
Maha-Lakshmi.

Maha-Lakshmi placed the seed of divine desire in the palm of her hand and unleashed the dynamic forces of creation until the three worlds took shape and all forms of life came forth.

In the Lakshmi Tantra, the Goddess says:


I am inherent in existence.
I am the inciter, the potential that takes shape. I manifest myself.
I occupy myself with activity and finally dissolve myself.
I pervade all creations with vitality, will and consciousness. Like ghee that keeps a lamp burning, I lubricate the senses of living beings with the sap of my consciousness.”


Lakshmi is the divine power that transforms dreams into reality.

Lakshmi is prakriti, the perfect creation: self-sustaining, self-contained Nature. She is maya, the delightful delusion, the dream-like expression of divinity that makes life comprehensible, hence worth living. She is shakti, energy, boundless and bountiful.

To realise her is to rejoice in the wonders of life.
“Lakshmi seated on a lotus surrounded by white elephants (symbols of power and fertility) married couples (symbols of conjugal bliss and worldliness); Tantrik painting from Nepal.”