Tuesday, January 12, 2016

DNA Activator-HyperCommunication CQR

Coming soon  - the DNA Activator HyperCommunication amulet ...I can't wait to get one ...:)

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Tara Earth - Quantum Goddess Amulet from Brane-Power

The Tara Earth Amulet is the first of several new Quantum Goddess Amulets from Brane-Power. 

This amulet is for support of those who feel deeply called to go beyond their individual selves, those who are in the (sometimes scary) process of realizing their oneness with all that is and are awakening to the Great Compassion - resonating with what is known by some as the Goddess Tara.

The Compassion of the  Goddess Tara for Life and its Beings on Earth knows no boundaries, is fierce  and infinite. In these trying times on the planet Earth and all her creatures, compassion, understanding, protection of life, guidance towards the true nature of Being - including cutting through all the BS - is needed more than ever. With this amulet you can tap into that stream and - we already know from the many testimonials that any of the Crystal Quantum Amulets can have entirely surprising and unexpected effects on the actual Being and Life of those wearing it. Let us know what happens for you. The folks at Brane-Power love to hear from you.

In quantum, information passes via as yet not fully understood means. Connect with the intention and path of the Great Compassion via this Crystal Quantum Radio Amulet.
  • Major attributes of this amulet are: All One, All Encompassing, Awakening, Compassion, Enlightenment, Grace, Guardian, Guide, Higher Consciousness, Inner Peace, Life, Protection, Strength, Understanding, Way of Service, Wisdom.

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MORE INFO on the Goddess Tara
A form of Tara is worshiped in all cultures all over the world and goes way way back to the origins of conscious life on earth. Tara and Earth are deeply and intimately connected.

Below just a few bits an pieces to stimulate your interest to do some further research.

Goddess Tara forms have been worshiped since ancient times. She embodies great compassion, caring, the creative life force and is a source of sustenance and fierce protection and guidance.
A a Hindu goddess, Tara is the a Great Goddess, the Mother Creator, representing the eternal life force that fuels all life.
The 2 best known embodiments of Tara are probably the White Tara and the Green Tara from the Hindu mythology.
The peaceful, compassionate White Tara protects and brings long life and peace. She is also called the Tara of the day.The more active Green Tara is the "Mother Earth", and a fierce goddess who overcomes obstacles, and saves from physical and spiritual danger. Tara of the night.
In Sanskrit, the name Tara means Star, but she was also called She Who Brings Forth Life, The Great Compassionate Mother, and The Embodiment of Wisdom, and the Great Protectress. She is said to have been born from the water, like Aphrodite. Thus her iconography may also be related to that of Mary, who is called Stella Maris (Star of the Sea) and foam-born Venus/Aphrodite who is represented by the Morning/Evening Star, Venus.
This reminds us of some native American legends when people revere the Star Woman who fell from the heavens and whose body became the earth that provided them with food.
In the Buddhist tradition, Tara is a female Buddha, an enlightened one was has attained the highest wisdom, skillful means and compassion. . . one who can take human form and who remains in oneness with the every living thing. In Tibet it is told that the goddess Tara is the feminine counterpart of the Avalokitesvara.
The assimilation of White Tara to Lady Mary, sanctioned by the H.H. the Dalai Lama, clearly allows for a devotion that is not strictly Buddhist nor Christian doctrine, but which draws on the profoundly ancient iconography common to both, which goes back to the very roots of the Mother Religion.
While the Buddhist and Hindu manifestation are probably the best know, references for Tara can be found the world over, pointing at a much more ancient origin of the Tara Goddess mytholology. As universal bringer of life, the great creator and sustainer, the Goddess Tara will assume as many forms on earth as there are needed.
An ancient saga of Finland estimated to be 5 thousand years old speaks of a group of Beings known as Tar, the Women of Wisdom.
The Celts called their Great Goddess Tara. Her name is thought to be the root of the word Tor, which is a mound of earth or hillock imbued with spiritual energy or connection to the other worlds.
We also hear the echo of her name in the Latin word for earth, Terra, a connection between Tara and the concept of "Mother Earth".
In China and Japan, Quan Yin, the great Goddess of Compassion, takes the place of Tara. In South America she was known as the ancient mother goddess Tarahumara.
Goddesses of similar name and star-association have also been noted in Africa and the ancient Americas.

Aphrodite is connected by scholars with Ishtar and Astarte, but some have linked these names etymologically with the name of the Goddess Tara. The ancient Egyptian Goddess Ishtar who, in her myths, came to earth from the heavens and instructed her people to co-mingle and intermarry with the earthlings to give them the benefits of their learning and wisdom was yet another incarnation of the Goddess Tara.

Bodhisattvas are beings who have reached enlightenment and are 'eligible' for Buddahood but have postponed their own nirvana, choosing instead to be remain in the cycle of birth and rebirth in order to serve humanity and assist every being on Earth in achieving nirvana themselves.
While Tara was granted the right to assume her human form as a man she elected instead to remain in her womanly form:
"There are many who wish to gain enlightenment
in a man's form,
And there are few who wish to work
for the welfare of living beings
in a female form.
Therefore may I, in a female body,
work for the welfare of all beings,
until such time as all humanity has found its fullness."

What we have here is clearly a very fundamental symbolic – and probably linguistic – matrix of iconography related to the very earliest worship of Our Mother God, which yet remains in continuous practice through the worship of the Goddess Tara, the Bodhisattva Quan Yin and, in the West, the officially non-Divine Mary.

from various sources on the web.