A few weeks ago, I was asked to release all I know about the sun-discs to everybody, so that other people would be able to activate their sun-discs and use them for the good of all mankind. So here we go…
At around 2010, two ladies approached me and asked me if I can help them activate their sun-discs. We scheduled a meeting and activated our sun-discs together. They told me that they have received their sun-discs in a previous life in Egypt. When we started investigating the sun-discs together, I noticed that I also have a sun-disc, although I received my sun disc in a previous life as a Mayan sun-priest. My sun-disc was a bit rusty, because it wasn’t used for hundreds of years. Still it shined in gold.
In order to understand this story, I will need to tell you about my background first. I was born in Turku, Finland, but my family moved to Israel when I was three years old. We spent our first year in Israel in a Finnish village near Jerusalem, called Yad Hashmona. After that my family moved to a kibbutz in northern Israel called Merom Golan. Kibbutz’s differ from a normal village by its communist ideology: All the members of the kibbutz work for the kibbutz and for their work, the kibbutz provides them with all their needs: free housing, food, furniture, clothes, education, etc. As children, we gathered every year in the Kibbutz’s clothes department, where each one of us was allowed to pick clothes for themselves: a couple of trousers and a couple of shirts. We also got two pairs of shoes and one pair of sandals every year. Everyone ate together in the dining hall of the kibbutz, where food was free for the members of the kibbutz and their children. Once we were thirteen, we also began working for the kibbutz for one day a week. For the rest of the week we studied in the local school.
When I was a child, the kibbutz was still based on communist ideology: All the members of the Kibbutz got equal pay, no matter what job they held. Every job was equally important for the community. And the kibbutz, took care of all the members equally. For us children, this was like paradise, if we wouldn’t take into account the negative sides of the kibbutz.
Namely, we as children, had to live and sleep in the kibbutz’s kindergarten by ourselves, and not with our parents. This was really difficult for many of us, both mentally and emotionally. We lived and slept in the kindergarten, and every evening we got to see our parents for a few hours. Later on in the evening, our parents took us back to the kindergarten, where they would help us fall asleep. After that, we were left alone in the kindergarten. Once every hour or so, an armed guard would come and do his round in the kindergarten and check that everybody was OK. (The kibbutz was located near the Syrian border, so there were armed kibbutz members guarding the gates and the places were the children slept). So as children, we had to basically raise ourselves up and solve our problems by ourselves, without adult supervision. We became independent, but, as they say in Hebrew: “scratched” children.
I started going to the kibbutz’s kindergarten when I was four years old, when I didn’t even understand Hebrew yet. I remember the first night I slept in the kindergarten: I got into a fight with a Israeli boy, after which several children attacked me. Probably the whole fight was due to a misunderstanding. I just didn’t understand what they were saying, and got into a fight. And the other kids just tried to keep us apart until we calmed down. However, to me it felt like I was being attacked, first by one child and then by the rest of them. First night without mother… ☹
My little brother was also born at that same time, and since he was a baby, he got to sleep at home with my parents, and I didn’t. This seemed really unfair to me and I always felt like I did something wrong and that’s why I was punished and thrown out from my parents’ home. It wasn’t until many years later that I realized that my parents were just too insecure and didn’t have the courage to say no to the authorities of the kibbutz. They should have told the kibbutz that their children needed time to learn the language first, and only after they have learned how to communicate in Hebrew, they can be put in a kindergarten, with the rest of the children. (Today, children no longer sleep in the kibbutz’s kindergarten. The children sleep in their parents’ home until they are 16, at which point they move into a youth center, and get their own apartments). Although sleeping in the kindergarten was difficult at first, it also had a positive side: I escaped most of my father’s violence and humiliations. But I’m going ahead of myself, we will get to that part later on in the story.
When I was six, I moved to the kibbutz’s elementary school, where I continued to grow up. Each age class had its own building, where we lived and slept, two or three children in each room. In the room, each child had a bed, a night lamp and a small cabinet, where we could keep our things.
Since talking about darkness is a big taboo in spiritual peers here in Finland and there are no good articles to be found on the subject, I decided to share my own experiences on darkness and light with you. Maybe than the mist over the subject will be cleared and the taboo will be lifted…
Tarot card journeys on the Kabbalistic tree of life and confronting the devil
My first experience on the subject was when I made meditative journeys with the Tarot cards of the major arcana. I’ve read in some kabbalah book that it is possible to make meditative journeys on the tree of life using the tarot cards as your guide. So I decided to try it out myself.
The tarot cards represent the spiritual journey each one of us can take during our lifetimes. Each one of us can take the journey from being a Fool to being the whole universe. When we meditate with the tarot cards, we can get acquainted with what will lay a head on our spiritual journey. According to the book I’ve read (I forgot its name), we should begin every journey on the kabbalistic tree of life, from the bottom of the tree, from the Malchut Sephira. And we most also finish each journey in that same sephira. Because the Malchut Sephira represents the physical plane, so it’s good to return to our physical bodies at the end of each meditation.
So I began doing meditative journeys on the kabbalistic tree of life, using the tarot cards.
The first journey I made was: Malchut -> Yesod -> Hod -> Malchut.
I choose the following cards for my meditative journey:
10 Wands -> XXI The World -> 9 Swords -> XIX The Sun -> 8 Cups -> XX Judgement -> 10 Pentacles.
Pentacles represent the physical realm, so I wanted to end the journey with a pentacle card. For the number cards you can choose cards from whichever suit you prefer. Each suit (Pentacles, Cups, Swords and Wands) will have a different feel to it. So, choose your cards intuitively depending on the journey you want to make.
During the journey, I picked the first card I have chosen, and imagined for a second that I am the hero of that card. I then moved on to the next card, and again imagined that I am the hero of that card too. And like that, I went through all the cards I have chosen until I ended back in Malchut again. With each card I got a vision or a sensation and it felt like I’m actually making a physical journey.
Now that humanity has moved from the third dimension to the fifth and has activated its crystal consciousness , it is now possible to resurrect yourself and move the focus of your consciousness to the “promised land”.
My personal resurrection process has begun once I understood that there is no need to save anyone any more. God has already saved everyone and Mother earth is doing fine too!
Well, actually there was only one person I had to save – me.
So I asked the inner Creator to save me and then permitted him to do so. I laid down on my sofa and felt the spirit of God entering me and becoming me from the inside and then from the outside as well. I than heard the inner Creator’s thought in my head: Arje, I have already saved you many life times ago. Or to be more accurate, you were always within me. Even when you are here in the flesh, you are still within me and I’m within you. All you have to do is remember – and you will see that I have never left you, not even for one second. Not even when you were alone and afraid. I have never left you and never will leave you, for we are one and always will be one. I never leave my children.
So I asked the Creator: and what now? What will I do now, that I’ve been saved? I have dedicated my life to saving others and now that there is no need to save anyone, what will I do?
Again I heard the thought of the Creator: If someone needs help, then you help him for a while, but there is no need to save him. That is my responsibility, not yours. Relax.
The idea behind this meditation is to get to know your own religious archetypes and then create peace between them. Thus enabling you to live in inner religious harmony. Once you are in inner peace, you will be able to project this inner peace all around, bringing peace to the world outside of you as well.
Go to your favorite meditation place, sit down and relax your body and your thoughts.
Allow your mind to quiet down and breathe all the day’s worries out of you. R e l a x.
Once you are in a relaxed state, go deeper into yourself: allow you heart to take you into it self, until you find yourself in the inner temple inside your heart. Ask the spirit of God to join you in your inner home. Surrender to God. Let him/her take care of you. R E L A X and E N J O Y yourself!
Send love to yourself and then receive it from yourself. Allow a bubble of love to be created around you. Feel this love and surrender to it. En joy. Inner joy.
Now you are ready to begin:
Call the inner religious self. (for example, if you are a Christian, then call the inner Christian. If you’re Muslim then call upon the inner Muslim, etc.) Let’s assume you are a Christian and you want to make peace with the rest of the religions around you.
Call upon your inner Christian and let your heart connect you to him/her.
Ask the inner Christian to join you inside your inner home, your inner temple.
Ask the inner Christian: How are you? What do you need to be happy and to live a joyful life?
Let the inner Christian meet the spirit of God inside your inner home. Ask and allow God to supply the inner Christian with all his/her needs. Thank God for his/her help.
Now call upon the other inner religious archetypes in you. Call upon the inner Muslim, the inner Jewish, The inner Buddhist and the inner Hindu. Invite them all into your inner home, your inner temple. Ask them all, one after the other: “What do you need to be happy? To live a fulfilling life?”
Let all the inner religious archetypes, enter your inner home and let them all meet the spirit of God in you.
Once they have all met God, ask them all to allow God to provide them with everything they need.
Now comes the hard part… 🙂
Allow the inner Christian to meet with the inner Muslim.
Ask the inner Christian: “What do you need from the inner Muslim so you that you two can live in peace and harmony?” Than ask the inner Muslim to provide those needs to the inner Christian.
Now change the roles: Ask the inner Muslim: “What do you need from the inner Christian, in order to live in peace with him?” Now ask the inner Christian to provide the inner Muslim with his needs as well. Now that they both have their needs fulfilled, ask them to make inner peace between themselves. Ask them to open their hearts to one another with love, understanding and respect. After all, we are all one… 😉 You can now let the inner Muslim and inner Christian become one.
Now repeat the process with the rest of the them until all the inner religious archetypes know each other and are in peace with one another… ..Until they are all one.