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Wednesday & its healing elements

Introduction and important notes to
‘Changing Your Destiny Today and Daily’

Each day of the week makes its unique contribution to the energy vibrations of the universe. The color, the sounds and characteristics of the day’s energies noticeably affect all living things and subtly exert their influence on inert matter as well. From ancient times the 7 days of the week have been named after the influence of celestial bodies and planets that have been thought to influence the overall energies of that particular day and night.

By understanding the unique energy signature that fills the universe each new day, we can work in harmony with those energies. As we do that, we can achieve greater and more consistent levels of achievements.

Think of the day’s energies as a current or tide in the ocean of life. If we move with the tide and ride the various currents and cross currents expertly we can travel greater distances with less effort. If we float along, or oppose and fight the tides and currents of the ocean, we can be pummeled badly, dragged underwater or even be smashed against rocks, or then—we may run aground on sand-banks of life that leave us stranded. If we just float along, then we are being pushed around being driven by those energies in ignorance how we can help ourselves at the very basic fundamental level of everyday life.

Keeping these mental pictures, and accessing knowledge about the influence of the days of the week, we can very usefully make our every day fruitful to progress the aims of our lives.

The start of each day is considered as sunrise and it ends at the next sunrise. The modern convenience of calculating days by a clock from midnight to midnight is not representative of the day’s energy signature.

Using a local area time-zone standard for any place, the following time references may be kept in mind.

At around 4 in the morning or somewhat more precisely, about 45 minutes before local sunrise time, the energies of the new day begin come into great strength. 11 or 12 hours later, between 3 pm and 4:30 p.m. in the afternoon, the energies of the following day begin to appear very gradually, and the energies of the current day slowly begin to decline.

The exception to this last observation is Saturday.

The stabilizing energies of Saturn begin to moderate and decline significantly only after sunset on Saturday. The Sunday energies start gathering strength between 7 and 8 pm on Saturday evening and become very powerfully manifest by 4 am, which, by this consideration, but which, by international standard time calculation would be Sunday after midnight.

Other weekday energies are not as powerful at 4 am as compared to Sunday 4 am. Thus, as the Sunday energies continue to increase even more in strength for the rest of the day, the overall Sunday energy signature is the most powerful one of all the days of the week. We can properly consider Sunday as being the king of the weekdays.

Day 4. Wednesday and the healing elements

As the work week pace gets into stride, on the fourth day of the week we find ourselves in ‘Woden’s day’ of the old English and Germanic for the ruler of heaven—or Odin, the old Norse god. This Woden’s day or ‘Wo, dens, day’ is the modern version—‘wed, ness, day’, pronounced with the first ‘d’ silent giving us Wednesday, the fourth day of the week. The ruling planetary influence of Wednesday is that of Mercury, the fastest moving planet orbiting our sun.

The nature of Wednesday energies

In terms of energies, Wednesday is green, and the chakra connected to this is the 3rd eye chakra that governs wisdom and mysticism. This chakra normally radiates an indigo color, but when activated with spiritual or mystic empowerments such as Reiki or the KQ Force, it glows with a green-gold fiery aura. To learn more about Reiki and the KQ Force and how to change your destiny today, visit the website: www dot getting-positive-karma-now dot com.

The universal administrator who controls the 3rd eye chakra is that controller known as ‘the auspicious one’, or Lord Shiva. This is the place of intelligent wisdom and the Vedic name for Mercury is ‘buddha’, from which comes the word ‘buddhi’—intelligence.

We had occasion to visit a specially empowered spot in the hills of north India beyond Rishikesh across the river Ganga, a place called Neelkanth Mahadeva. There, these special energies revealed themselves generously to us and a group of our students during a short meditation we held there. This group included our international students, and most interestingly everyone reported seeing a dancing green-gold flame appearing in front of them during the meditation even those who had no prior knowledge about this subject.

After the meditation was over, we visited the special temple shrine dedicated to Neelkanth Mahadeva, the blue-throated Lord Shiva. It was an unexpected, marvelous surprise when the priest told us about the shrine’s history, and said that here, Lord Shiva gives blessings in the form of a green-gold flame at the 3rd eye chakra!

Wednesday energy and healing elements methods

One can strengthen one’s wisdom, mystic and higher intellectual capacities by doing the following the first thing in the morning on Wednesdays. This can also be done daily to heal one’s karmic balance for the day.

On an empty stomach, take a few green leaves each from the tulasi, neem and curry leaf plants and eat these, chewing well. The botanical name for tulasi is the holy basil or ‘ocimum sanctum’; the neem is of course, ‘azadrichta indica’, while the curry leaf plant is the ‘Murraya koenigii’. These plants are found across a wide range of climatic conditions and are geographically widespread.

Tulasi is considered to be very dear to the Divine heart. It empowers one’s spiritual growth and is antiseptic and healing; the neem takes away some of the obstacles and bitterness we might experience during the day while improving our emotional digestion aspects at the liver chakra. The curry leaf is antiseptic, nutritious, digestive, and balances the material and spiritual in harmonious proportion.

Following this method the first thing in the morning is best, but benefits will accrue even when taken at other times during the day or night. In this, more is not better; some people can get indigestion problems if they take too much of the leaves—especially the neem leaves, or if they take these on an empty stomach. If such is the case with you, you should reduce the intake of these, or take these after a meal.

Those who are unable to get fresh leaves can use a small pinch of dried leaves and keep in their mouth with a little water, swishing it and then swallowing. Don’t be in a hurry to swallow, as experiencing all the flavors is part of the healing process.