“We are entering a time when life will get rid of that which has not yielded its insights. It is time for the shallow life filled with unexamined diversity to make way for deep, meaningful living. If we shed those things in life that cannot make our hearts sing, they can be gracefully replaced by what does, or we can wait for cataclysmic change to do it for us.” – Almine
This statement truly has hit me and made me think back on how many tools we have actually been given by Almine, to help us release that which blocks our fluid unfoldment and to learn to see and feel that which makes our heart sing. One of the tools that I have enjoyed tremendously is Kaanish Belvaspata – the Belvaspata of Enlightenment.
It is the healingmodality representing the higher mind and can be done for anyone as an enhancer of consciousness. Where regular Belvaspata addresses the physical, Kaanish is more aimed at the spiritual level. There doesn’t have to be an ailment present in order for it to work. Actually I have found that ailments can come after using Kaanish Belvaspata! But this goes for all healing, you know when old stuff gets released you can experience aches and pains in the beginning of the process. And this was exactly what happened.
When Bramish Ananu Belvaspata was brought in by Almine last year we were asked to do Kaanish for 30 days to get ready for this new modality, and as I did it every day, deep clearing out took place with aches and pain, deep emotional trauma surfacing and I finished off with breaking my arm! But the results were worth it – I have experienced the most profound changes since using Kaanish. Both emotionally, physically and mentally. Age old painful memories were suddenly gone, I felt lighter in my body (and haven’t really been ill since) and best of all was that my inner dialogue silenced which gave me much more clarity and power in decision making (that’s a biggie for me). And another side benefit was that I got really good at sensing the frequencies of wheels and sigils. This has helped me a lot since when using them in ceremonies, courses and the Qi Vesta for example.
Have you tried to do Kaanish BVP for anyone or yourself? What are your experiences? Do you have a favorite tool, either presently or an all time favourite? Please share in the comments section below!
You can read more about this beautiful healing modality here and purchase it in the store here. Please note that the book “Belvaspata – Angel Healing Volume 1” contains not only Kaanish but also a few other modalities, so you might want to check out this incredible manual as well.