Humans and animals have several assemblage points. However, the cosmic assemblage point and the assemblage point of the totality are the most important. The cosmic assemblage point belongs to the knowledge of the shamans and the one of the totality belongs to the people of knowledge.
The cosmic assemblage point has two features: the first one is the preservation of energy and the second is manipulation. Shamans are constantly working on expanding their assemblage point and strengthening it by continuously exchanging earth and cosmic energy. They bring it up to full capacity for healing and traveling. The cosmic assemblage point originates somewhere in your upper body where cosmic and earth energy come together.
Learn more about the The cosmic assemblage point in the next excerpt from my book "The Sorcerer’s Dream".
Vidar presses an imaginary ball of energy in between his hands and says, “You receive cosmic energy through your crown and earth energy ascends through meridians up through your feet and your legs. When you sit, earth energy enters through the first and second chakra. When the energies meet in your upper body, a third energy emerges which is three times stronger than the sun since it has inexhaustible powers. Whereas regular healers address their own body energy, shamans use cosmic energy for traveling and to receive information for healing, and to heal like a fireman using a hose. But shamans also need to learn how to maintain the energy to spiritually enlighten their fellow human beings. To make the light in the spirit tangible and recognizable and to experience the full capacity of spiritual light. You cannot even compare the sun to the light of the spirit. The sun’s energy is less pure than spiritual light which consists exclusively of pure energy. An experience with spiritual light takes you on a spiritual path which feels like a revelation. You feel like you are captured by your own spiritual light. It is beautiful to express this to someone else. The second feature of the cosmic assemblage point is manipulation, through which you will meet your own consciousness, reflecting the totality. By increasing the pressure of the two joining energies and by stepping into the conscious ball of energy – the cosmic assemblage point is within that ball – you meet your own consciousness.”
He explains, “When you enter, fine energy threads of light pass through, even beyond reality, giving you an experience of intent,” he stretches his arms out. “You feel dispersed in lines of intent, call it an experience with the boundless part of the Self. The lines of intent reflect the totality. Lines of intent are pure lines of creation. Through these lines you feel connected to all that exists. Every minor particle is connected to the lines of intent.” His conclusion is short but to the point: “The reflection of the totality is a consolation prize to people unable to reach the totality,” and he watches me challenging. Undoubtedly he can read my mind. I will not settle for a consolation prize.
About the Sorcerer’s Dream
The Sorcerer's Dream, A true story of initiation into the Native American sorcerer’s tradition by Alysa Braceau, Dreamshield. The author gives us a glimpse into the very real world of lucid dreaming and astral projection. Her direct experiences with a modern day mystic, Running Deer, takes the work of Castaneda one step further. In The Sorcerer’s Dream, she reveals unique steps to mastering lucid dreaming and traveling to the unknown.
"Dreamshield has an engaging narrative style and tells stories that are engrossing. There is a lack of literature on female sorcerers and this book makes an admirable effort to fill this lacuna. When, at the end, she attains “totality,” the reader will share her exaltation." ~ Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. Alan Watts Profess of Psychology, Saybrook University.
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About Alysa Braceau
Alysa Braceau, Dreamshield, lives in the Netherlands (Europe), she is mother of a 7-year old daughter. She studied social legal studies and the passed ten years she is a (freelance) journalist and publisher. Besides that she has a healing practice and gives workshops about the Art of Dreaming.