71 days to go: personal vision quest – part 2

My first time to the El Yunque Rain forest was not typical. As the only tropical rain forest in the US National Forest Service, it is a force of nature that is breathtakingly beautiful, but also developed to accommodate many visitors. 600,000 people visit this place every year. There are a couple of  main roads to take you up the mountain to a network of developed sites and trails. That is only on the north side of the mountain, facing the North Atlantic Ocean. The mountain is vast. At 28,000 acres, the parts that are developed and accessible to most of those people is just a small fraction of the entire area.

This is a true tropical paradise, by any standards. It has rich shades of green, more than you knew existed. All types of beautiful and exotic plants are there, some enormous. Tropical flowers abound and it is not uncommon to see wild orchids peppering the landscape. The multitude of freshwater streams that spring forth from the mountain are pristine. So pure and clear, never touched by the hand of man. With an abundance of waterfalls and deep pools, this virtual Garden of Eden is a place to cleanse  and refresh.

It is no less beautiful and exotic than the fictional planet of Pandora in the movie Avatar. The only difference is that there are no large or dangerous animals here. It is a gentle giant with many magnificent secrets and a life force energy that is off the charts. For over a thousand years, the indigenous Tainos considered El Yunque to be a sacred area, “Home to the Gods” .

On one visit there, I spoke to a tour guide who told me that there are many ancient trails through the mountains, that somehow have been determined to be 3-4 thousand years old, used long before the Taino ever arrived on the island. Puerto Rico is said to be on the western edge of the Empire of Atlantis. Could that be where the trails originated? There are many legends that have existed for centuries here about strange being seen on (& above) the mountain. Some not from this world. It is common to hear about interdimensional gateways or portals here, and also about the many people who have been lost here and never found.

I had been coming to the island for several years before I made it to El Yunque. Of course, I had heard about it, and everyone here raves about it’s magnificent beauty. But sometimes I have an aversion to tourist areas. Sometimes, however, they are tourist areas for a reason: the power & beauty are so great, it cannot be overlooked.

In February of 2010 a friend told me of a guided tour sponsored by the Sierra Cub of Puerto Rico on the south side of the mountain, away from the tourist hot spots, to a place called Las Tinajas. We met at 7am just off the highway and caravanned up into the mountain on narrow winding roads, heading deeper into the rainforest. We drove straight up into the mountain until the road ended. From there we hiked for hours up the mountain into the heart of El Yunque. Sometimes on a trail beside the river and sometimes through the river itself. After 2-3 hours of hiking, we found a stunning spot to stop for lunch and a swim, before we hiked back down. Even a 20 ft cliff to jump off of!

It was a wonderful time, but with 15-20 people there, and our busy schedule of hiking & eating, I didn’t feel like I really got to connect very deeply with the nature or spirit of El Yunque. As I was hiking down, a crazy idea began to formulate in my mind: I could spend the night there on the mountain! I had all of my camping gear in the car, and we had passed by an old abandoned Hacienda on the way up that would make a perfect camping spot (see part one). After speaking with my guide and the adjacent landowners, permission was granted and I found myself racing the sun to get camp set up before dark.

The rainforest comes alive at night. So much energy, sound and activity from all of the jungle creatures: crickets & other insects, Coqui tree frogs, Owls and other exotic night birds all performed a symphony expressing the great circle of life in full manifestation. Alone, I was able to tune into the frequency of El Yunque and and finally connect intimately with this special place.

That night I had one of the most profound spiritual experiences of my life, as I was guided down to a sacred ceremonial spot on the river that we had not visited that day. Spirit Guides (or Guardian Angels) led me into the water, to a cave behind the waterfall that I never knew even existed. In the dark of night, at an unknown place, I had to let go of my fears and open my heart to trust the spiritual messages I was receiving. When I did that, I was led to a place so magnificent, beyond what I could have imagined. I had achieved an impossible task, and it felt to me that I had been through an initiation of sorts, with beings that I could not see, but could definitely sense.

When I returned the next day, I found a place of great beauty, yes, of course. But I also found a large, ancient altar with a Taino pictograph. That told me this very site has been used for ceremony & initiation for thousands of years. In my meditation there the following morning more was revealed regarding my spiritual mission on the island and in the world. I was also instructed to gather people together and bring them to this site, those who are ready, for their own initiation and energy activation.

Since then, I have been back many times. I have brought friends, loved ones and about half a dozen groups for sacred medicine wheel ceremonies, Vision Quests and initiations. Each time has it’s own magic and wonder, lessons and gifts. But the last time was certainly one of the most powerful and significant times, as I spent two nights in the jungle without a tent. I began to tell that tale in part one, and still have not finished it. That will have to wait for part three.


To be continued…

72 Days To Go: Manipura and the Medicine of Shame

The Fire chakra is also considered the Identity chakra or third chakra.

The position of Manipura is stated as being either behind the navel or the solar plexus. Considered the centre of dynamism, energy, willpower and achievement, it is also about empowerment. Manipura is associated with the power of fire and digestion and it vibrates with yellow color, like the Sun.

LAYER: It is said to be blocked by shame.

Shame is one of the major wounds that we may carry inside in regards to the self. As opposed to guilt which is in regards to the act of wrongdoing. Usually we attempt to run away from it by covering it up and pretending to ourselves and to others that we are okay. The way we deal with shame is by repressing it, or better said, by trying not to deal with it. We hide it into the unconscious, amplifying it into the deeper realms of our beings where everything gathers and magnifies from the backstage. With time, we become that which we suppress… Identity chakra.

What are we ashamed of? Let those things to be clearly manifested so that we can start to realize that we will never find balance if we deny that which is also a part of our life. How about acceptance? How about being gentle? How about opening the doors and bring new fresh air inside?

Becoming empowered in our true light with self acceptance, love and compassion. Letting the eternal sun to shine… Manipura.

73 days to go: my personal vision quest – part 1

The hand of Spirit guides my life in such strange and beautiful ways.

The next day, after I led a group into the rainforest, on a 1-day quest, quite unexpectedly I returned to the same spot by myself to spend a couple of nights in solitude.

It is a common practice in many traditions to share the visions received and lessons learned with the rest of the community. In that way, the vision is brought forth into the material world to manifest.

So that is what I’m doing now.

As mentioned in my previous post (Vision Quest), this has been part of my spiritual practice and my life for almost 30 years. Recently it has become even more intense and powerful.

In this case, something unexpected came up that enabled me to take a  couple of days to get out of the city and take some time for myself. It was a true blessing.

So I returned to this sacred part of El Yunque that I had been to many times before. It was such short notice, that I did not have time to find a tent, a sleeping bag or even any food. That’s ok though. I am going on a vision quest. I don’t need food or water. I have a blanket and know of a place to give me shelter from the rains, which are common and can be torrential at times.

My good friend Carlos was able to pick me up and take me there. It’s about an hours drive from San Juan, and I arrived at about 8:30pm on Friday night. Don Basilio and his wife Blachie were not home to open the gate for me, so I had to hike up a steep, muddy trail to gain access to the rainforest. Another 25 minutes of  hiking brought me to a long abandoned hacienda way up on the mountain, where I had spent many nights before. it looks to have been built in the mid 1900’s, then abandoned perhaps 20 or 30 years ago. It has been gutted and nothing remains but the bunk beds that are fixed to the floor. The jungle is encroaching and slowly reclaiming what was once someones home. The roof is falling in, in places, but there is still a section that has not rusted through and can provide shelter from the tropical rains. This would be my home for the next few nights.

The trail to the Hacienda was overgrown and difficult to find at night, but somehow I managed. By the time I found it, cleared the space and set up camp, it was approaching 10pm, and I was considering just climbing into bed and calling it a night. But this was my vision quest, and there was work to be done.

I had brought my most powerful crystals and stones. Soon the medicine wheel was complete and I was ready to begin my meditation. I always begin with the same core meditation that I have been practicing in some form or another since I was 20 yrs old. Visualizing myself sitting upon the surface of the earth, I use my mind and breath to connect to the core of the earth, draw the powerful life force energy up into my body, filling my chakras, then send it up into a star at the center of our galaxy. I then bring the fire energy down from the star, through my body & chakras, and send it down into the core of the earth, giving the mother an injection of pure pranic energy from the heavens. The stones and crystals of the medicine wheel also help me to bring in the energy from the air and water, which is very pure & potent in a place like El Yunque.

All of that elemental energy comes together in my Hara. My belly Chakra: Svadhisthana. From there, I begin Bhastrika Breath, or  Breath of Fire to build the energy. When it is stoked and intensified enough, I engage Maha Bandha  the three body locks used commonly in Kundalini Yoga to contain, focus & purify energy in the body. Then I bring all of that concentrated prana from all of the elements up my spine to the Ajna Chakra (3rd eye), and send it out in a series of prayers to the universe:

1) Love, Thanks and Gratitude to every one and every thing in all of creation. Thank you for the part you play in the great web of life.

2) A prayer sending divine love, comfort and healing to everyone I have ever known and ever will know in my existence.

3) Tree of Life Prayer, where I visualize my life as a great tree. My birth is at ground level and the end of my life is at the very top of the tree. My current position is about halfway up. I build the prana in Svadhisthana with bhastrika breath, then send the energy up the trunk, all the way to the top of the tree, to the point where my life on earth ends. In this way I project my consciousness forward in time to the point of my death, which I face with my eyes wide open and heart filled with love and longing to finally be freed of this dense body and reunite with my Divine Beloved. There is no fear whatsoever. Only intense joy and love permeating every cell of my being. But before I depart, I ask one final thing of my maker: to send down a beam of pure love and light down the trunk on my tree, filling my past selves with a great love, comfort and confidence that all will be well, all is well and in perfect divine order. I feel this now in my current self, but also all the times in my past where I struggled in fear and pain. When I was a young man, a teenager, a child and even an infant with so much fear and helplessness. When that wave of divine love washes over me, I cease my struggling, relax, take a deep breath and smile. I feel safe and secure. Wrapped in a warm blanket of love, confident that I will be ok and looking forward to a great future.

This was how my quest began. It only gets better from there.

To be continued…


74 Days To Go: Swadhistana and the Medicine of Guilt

The multidimensional aspects of chakras.

According to different practices they are, also, associated with colors since the different frequencies they vibrate with. Swadhistana or Water chakra is about feeling and sexuality, it deals with pleasure, and is related to orange color.  Is also the chakra that deals with creativity.

When it is open, your feelings flow freely, your canvas is opened, your creativity and sexuality flow organically.

LAYER: it’s said that is blocked by guilt.

Medicine of Guilt

And what is guilt but a constant reminder of how wrong we have done or how wrong we are. Is like our whole life seems to be made of sins. How can we live joyously? It becomes impossible to delight in life. We become heavy, loaded. Guilt sits on our chest like a rock, crushing us. How can we dance? How can guilt dance? How can guilt sing? How can guilt love? How can guilt live?

Now, look at all the guilt you’ve burdened yourself with. What do you blame yourself for?

If we have wronged another, or gone against our own truth, then of course we will feel bad.

Accept the reality that things happen and that there’s a reason for Life to unveil its mysteries through absolutely everything. Do not dwell on guilt, do not let it cloud and poison your energy.  If you are to be a light in your world, you need to forgive yourself. You are absolutely okay as you are, and it is absolutely natural to go astray from time to time. Just learn from it, move on, and use the lesson to make things right this time, be born again from your own lessons! This is your opportunity!

Also inspired by Guilt: Osho Zen Tarot.

75 days to go: Vision Quest

Traditionally, a vision quest is a common rite of passage in most native cultures around the world. As such, it can help the transition from childhood (or immaturity) into adulthood (maturity) by helping one to understand who they really are and what their life purpose is. It is also used later in a person’s life. Anytime one feels lost or in need of direction or guidance.

Often it is done in a secluded place, in nature, where one can tap into the powerful forces of the Earth and other elements to help on their quest.

What is sought, is a vision providing answers for some of the core questions of life: Who am I? Why am I here? What is my purpose in life and how can I achieve it?

Ultimately, the source of the answers is the Source of Creation, ie: Creator (or God).

Depending upon the culture and the practice, it can last anywhere from one to four days. It usually includes prayer, fasting and meditation. It is understood, universally, that these are the most powerful ways to go beyond the veil of the material world and gain access to the wisdom and vision of the spirit realm, where the answers to all questions exist. Sometimes the aid of helper plants is also enlisted: Peyote, Mushrooms, Ayahuasca, etc.

“Though the Vision Quest is associated with Native Americans traditions – it is practiced all over the world. As an expression of the archetypal “Hero’s Journey,” the vision quest has been enacted in religious pilgrimages, mythological tales (including the story of the search for the Holy Grail), and our own daily pursuit of truth and purpose. Today, there are companies that sponsor these journeys. They provide a wilderness area in which it is to occur, and they give instructions and guidance before and after the event. It might take a day, a week, a month – whatever is necessary to complete the transformation and get the answer one seeks.” http://www.crystalinks.com/visionquest.html


We are living in an age now, where the wisdom and practices of indigenous cultures are spreading and gaining popularity in modern societies around the world.

This is because we are all spiritual beings, and as we reach the end of the Piscean Age, many souls are awakening to the fact that material life without a strong spiritual connection & purpose is empty, meaningless and ultimately unfulfilling. So they are looking for answers, and this is a way to find answers that has been tried and proven for thousands upon thousands of years.

My personal practice

I have been on many vision quests in my life, beginning as a teenager, over 30 yrs ago. Some guided by Shamans or teachers, but most have been inspired by inner guides: Guardian Angels or Spirit Guides. A few have been up to 4 days, but many are just one or two days. Always I pray & meditate. Sometimes I fast. Sometimes I do an overnight vigil without sleep. Sometimes I work with helper plants. It all depends how I am guided, and what is required. This has become a regular practice in my life.

I have noticed that as we come closer to the end of the cycle, life becomes more intense and my spiritual processes more powerful. It is said that the energy of the earth is “quickening”. This means that the vibrational frequency is raising. As a result, it takes less time to accomplish even greater results. Something that may have taken 4 days in past times can now be achieved in 4 hours – or less, if one is open – and capable of processing great transformations in a short time. That is a skill acquired through years of practice. Or a gift bestowed upon those who are ready.

The calling to guide

Several years ago, during a meditation on Lake Michigan, in Wisconsin. I was called on to guide others through this process.

In fact, I have already been doing that for many years, in a way, with my healing work. In my massage/energy healing sessions, I help people to let go of their stress, pain and fear so that they can open up to the divine vibrations of love and healing that exist all around us, at all time. When that happens, they are open to all sorts of blessings and guidance from the spirit realm, and that only takes 90 minutes.

So now I take people out into nature and teach them how to tap into the spiritual energy that exists there and how to interpret the signs and messages that they receive. We all know the saying “God works in mysterious ways”. So the answers can and often do come in all sorts of strange ways. Sometimes they do come in a straightforward dream or vision that is clear and easy to understand. But often the guidance comes in a message that needs to be pondered and meditated upon.

We all have a purpose in this world, and we all have a mission to achieve. A spiritual destiny.

When you discover that destiny, your passion will ignite and your life will become a joy and a grand adventure. You will face your problems with courage and a resolve to overcome them, whatever it takes. You will also have the confidence that you are not alone. There is great love and support for you in the unseen realms of Spirit.

A Vision Quest is a great way to bring that into your life and keep it strong.

El Yunque Vision Quest Oct 4, 2012

76 Days To Go: Muladhara and the Medicine of Fear

I’m sure most of you have heard about the chakras and their significance for the subtle body. In Tantra, the chakras play an important role since it is through their circling form -or vortexes- that the Kundalini -or vital energy of Life- flows through.

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Described as being aligned in an ascending column from the base of the spine to the top of the head, the chakras are thought to vitalize the physical body and be associated with interactions of a physical, emotional and mental nature. Their function is to spin and draw in this energy to keep the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical health of the body in balance.

This one is important: They are said by some to reflect how the unified consciousness of humanity (the immortal human being or the soul), is divided to manage different aspects of earthly life (body/instinct/vital energy/deeper emotions/communication/having an overview of life/contact to God).

I’m also sure a heavier explanation of the chakras and their significance according to ancient tantric scriptures will make some of you loose track almost at the beginning concepts. In 100 Layers From God we want to speak candidly while breaking down the concepts in a basic form for everybody to digest them with ease.

What does each chakra stand for? Addressing symptoms of balance and imbalance. What to do to clear the areas of life (LAYERS) related to each one of them?

Bearing our promise, we begin speaking about Muladhara, Root, or Earth Chakra.

Of red color, it is located at the base of the spine and it deals with survival. If balanced, you feel grounded, stable and secure. You feel present in the here and now. Connected to your physical body and welcome in all situations.

LAYER: It is said that Muladhara is blocked by FEAR. If fearful or nervous, is probably under-active. If over-active, you may be very materialistic and greedy. You’re probably obsessed with being secure and resist change.

Throughout the course of these 24 days we have spoken about fear quite a few times… How about embracing fear as an opportunity? As medicine? What are you most afraid of? Let your fears become clear to you, and it will be clear how they confront your sense of survival. The answers to restore balance will be presented upon you.

An Aries Woman peeling layers… Medicine of Fear
Is utterly interesting how fear has been manifesting itself lately in all realms of Life: About my relationship with nature, my zodiac sign comes from fire, therefore, water as my opposite is a part of my medicine of fear.

The tribes have been gathering. This time was the Autumn Equinox and a Kirtan was held at night at the beach, after which, I decided to go into the sea. The waters were relatively mild, so I was confident to dive in but only up to my neck. Who would’ve said a wave with so much intensity would come? It hit me hard, almost bearing me naked, shooting air bubbles from my mouth and nose. Such a strong current was keeping me under water for almost an eternity, subjectively. For an instance I feared for my life.
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77 days to go: Lucky 7’s

I awoke at 7am this morning.

Guided 7 souls on a quest into the rainforest.

We cleared, balanced and opened the 7 primary chakras.

Remained in the jungle until well past 7pm

My point?

It’s 12:07 now and I’m tired.

Too tired to write a proper blog.

There’s a saying in Mexico that I  will use, even though I’m in Puerto Rico:



77 Days to go:

Good Luck


God Bless!

78 Days To Go: Last Part of Summer Solstice

In addressing today’s blog, let’s go back to the reason why I began sharing this diary, shall we? Summer Solstice is the direct reflection of Winter Solstice. The longest day in relation to the shortest day in our hemisphere (Northern). The day that marks the beginning of the descendant soul, from its brightest and luminous expression towards an inward expression, just before a new dawn.

For the Autumn Equinox, the question was “what action can you take that sends a signal that you’re moving past fear?

I didn’t know exactly if by being in the desert I was moving past my fears. It was by going back home and finding myself immersed again in daily life that I would find out how much I was changed and couldn’t grasp the old dynamics. Didn’t know who I was anymore. How was I going to make a living? How much sediment was removed from my ego reference? All I could perceive was muddy inner waters.

The practice of Kundalini Yoga goes deep, transforming, shaking the very core of who we are. A practice that must be approached wisely and with guidance since the Kundalini energy if awakened without us being ready for it, can translate into a very difficult path, with an extreme and intense current of information coming through, signifying trauma for our mental, physical, spiritual, or emotional health.

What I did know was that by being there, something extraordinary was happening, not only in my personal experience, but in the collective experience -a collective psyche projecting prayers and intentions globally. The portal opened in such a powerful astronomical event was enhanced in New Mexico by having the almost 2,000 souls practicing White Tantric Yoga® as taught and guided by the same Yogi Bhajan, Mahan Tantric. An extraordinary practice based in sacred geometry in which practitioners interact with themselves, their partners, and the group. An entire process that allows a tremendous amount of inner work in a short time.
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79 days to go: Aquí y Ahora

  Here and Now  

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery,
today is a gift from God,
which is why we call it
the present.”

Bil Keane

Have you ever found yourself in a situation or place that you’ve always wanted to be? Or perhaps with a certain thing that you’ve always wanted, only to find that it wasn’t as great as you imagined it would be?

Why is that?

Let’s back up a little to take a look.

First of all, why do we look forward to things at all?

It is usually because we are not all that thrilled with how things are going in the present moment.

Think about it.

Do you look forward to, and wish for things when you are having an awesome time and loving life in the moment?


You are enjoying the moment.

If anything, you may wish it never ends.

So you can see how we look forward to something better when we are not happy – or not fully present –  in the moment.

But WHY are we not happy in the moment?

This is a common human condition that has inspired many spiritual discourses. And there may not be one single – or simple – answer for all.

I would venture to say that the reason many are not happy in the moment, is due to all of the things we carry around with us. Negative thoughts and feelings that we hold onto in our bodies (stress), our hearts (pain & fear) and our mind (disappointment and regret). Of course the list goes on to include sadness, anger, guilt, shame, etc. Things that build up over a lifetime, most of us carry with us without even realizing. These are the infamous “100 layers”.

Most of us have so many layers that weigh so heavily upon our consciousness, that if we are not constantly distracted by entertainment and other stimulation, then those negative thoughts and feelings creep into our awareness. And they are not pretty.

It can show up as fear, sadness, confusion, anger, depression or a myriad of other conditions. It can also be projected upon others, such as our family, our workplace and all of our relationships.

You can see then, why we are not so thrilled about being present (in the moment) to such unpleasant and uncomfortable thoughts and feelings.

The traditional solution to such states of unhappiness is a wish or desire to change ones situation in life. Get a new job, a new house, a new car, a new spouse and/or move to a new place.

Money is the big answer most people seek to solve their problems. Certainly, more money can provide plenty of entertainment and a great deal of distraction, as can a new home or car. A new love can be the best of all!

As I write this, I feel that it is important for me to state that I am not immune to, or above this very common condition. There are many times that I wallow in the muck of my layers as much (or more) than everyone else.

That brings us back to the point we began with: Attaining a goal, dream or desire, only to find that it was not the solution you had hoped for. After the novelty and excitement wear off, you find that you still have the same fears, doubts, sadness and pain that you had before.

So what is one to do then?

If a new job, home & car won’t fix it. More money won’t fix it. Even new/more love won’t make things better, then what in the world can we do to get some relief?

An answer can be found, among other places, in the ancient teachings of Tantra, where we are told that the answer is to become present to the moment, and all that exists within us and without us.

Central to the teachings of Tantra, is the philosophy of complete and total acceptance of all that is. It is a knowing that there is a reason and a purpose for everything in all of existence. Only if you accept something and stop resisting it, can you discover what that reason and purpose may be, and gain the priceless gifts (or presents) that they hold.

What does that look like for you and I? 

It means that we can stop running from our pain and fears. Stop trying to avoid the uncomfortable thoughts and feelings that lurk in the dark corners of our heart, and let them be. Let them come out and express themselves.

It is not an easy path, but it is a way to be free from the constant yearning for something else. Something better.

If we can reach that place of acceptance of all we hold and all we are, then perhaps we can find that everything we ever want or need exists right here and now, in this moment.

All of our wildest dreams have already come true.

Aquí y Ahora

80 Days To Go: Continuation of a Summer Solstice Diary

About the Yoga of Awareness… Kundalini Yoga
I will address myself to this explanation as someone who just started her path as a practitioner, not a teacher of Kundalini Yoga – yet. This is a comprehensive technology designed to give a “hands on” experience of the highest consciousness in all of us. A method by which those who practice it could achieve their sacred purpose of life. A dynamic, powerful tool for expanding awareness. A universal non-denominational practice.

Summer Solstice Sadhana Celebration

Why was it so important to be a part of this gathering? Eight years as a hatha yoga practitioner, before June 2012, I only practiced Kundalini Yoga five times, but that was all it took. Eternally grateful to the friend who introduced me into Yogi Bhajan’s spiritual teachings, she spoke to me about this global celebration CARRYING US INTO THE AQUARIAN AGE, and that was it.

A celebration of love, ancient yogic wisdom, and deep spirituality, where we were to immerse ourselves in all areas of daily life including morning sadhana, yogic diet, Kundalini Yoga and meditation, White Tantric Yoga, seva, and kirtan held in a sacred mountain of 7,000 feet of altitude, that used to be a land of the Hopi Nation in the Jemez Mountains in New Mexico.

A little History of Guru Ram Das Puri, The Mountain
For a hundred thousand years, huge spiritual gatherings took place over a vast territory stretching from what is now New Mexico, south to Mexico, and east to Missouri. Tribal and religious leaders, wise women, and warriors traveled from far far away to attend the gatherings. They all shared the belief that the spark of Spirit lives in everyone, and that by coming together, the Unified Supreme Spirit could be made to manifest more clearly. These spiritual gatherings took place once every 108 years. However, the last such meeting had occurred more than 2,000 years ago, when a shift took place: it was determined that the forces of discord—in the form of disharmony and disrespect for nature—were gaining power at such a tremendous rate that the Unified Supreme Spirit needed to be protected. The Hopi people were chosen to be the keepers of the Unified Supreme Spirit and because of this, they became a very mystical nation. The Hopis knew from their ancestors that just before the forces of discord reached their full power, a white-clad warrior, would manifest himself and he was destined to acquire that territory as to activate its healing destiny as a sacred mountain protecting its Unified Supreme Spirit, that white-clad warrior was determined to be Yogi Bhajan.

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