Belvaspata*is the angelic healing modality of light and frequency, received by Almine in 2006. See Belvaspata here. Belvaspata means Healing of the Heart in the language of the Infinite; it promotes healing on the emotional and physical levels. What precedented the gift of this healing modality? Cosmic changes took place that made healing possible in a new, non-linear way. It was no longer necessary for healers to ‘send’ healing energy but instead through the use of Belvaspata, light and frequency are drawn to where they most create balance and reveal the existing underlying perfection.
Kaanish Belvaspata, one of the many specialty forms of Belvaspata, is the healing modality of enlightenment and specifically promotes enhanced consciousness through purification and enlightenment. The Four Wheels of Inner Peace are part of this sacred body of information (available as ebk or paperback here), and represent the following qualities:
THE FOUR WHEELS OF INNER PEACE
- Delighting in the flow of change
- Living in the light of complete self-honesty
- Living in perfect harmonious inner integration
- Finding a cherished inner home
What’s new with Belvaspata? A volumed set will be published starting in 2011. Each volume will contain comprehensive basics and also specialty modalities for the use of this miraculous healing tool for self, family and others. Volume I will be published soon, details below.
Belvaspata, Healing of the Angels ~ The Healing Modality of Miracles
Plus: The Healing Methods of Enlightenment
- Kaanish Belvaspata – Belvaspata of Enlightnement
- Song of the Self – Promotes the healing of bodily inflammation by resolving internal emotional conflicts
- Braamish Ananu – To promote the illumination of Inner Divinity
For an interesting discussion of Eliminating the Instincts of Survival…in other words, living the examined life of self-honesty in the flow of change…listen to Awakening from the Dream radio show of 7/30/11 here.
The first link to the Belvaspata site appears to go to the main website–is this correct? If so, where do we click from there?