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Attunement

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“There is a geometry in the humming of the strings. There is a music in the spacing of the spheres.” Pythagoras

We can describe the process of SourcePoint Therapy® in many ways. We connect to the Blueprint. We align ourselves with the information of the Blueprint. We clear blockages to the free flow of that information. And we attune ourselves to the fundamental Order, Balance, Harmony and Flow.

The ancient Pythagoreans believed that “everything that existed had a voice and that all creatures were continually singing the praise of the Creator.” We as humans don’t hear that song because we have attuned ourselves to a different frequency, the frequency of dense matter. The Pythagoreans believed that when we attune ourselves to that universal frequency, “harmony recognizes harmony” and the music of the spheres is heard.

Goethe referred to architecture as “crystallized music.” If we expand our notion of architecture to include the inherent structure of each individual being, if we think of “the architecture of bodily existence,” as Robert Lawlor called it in his book Sacred Geometry, then we ourselves are crystallized music, the perfect pitch of the universe manifest into bodily form.

As we work with SourcePoint, harmony recognizes harmony. Our bodies, physical, emotional and spiritual, are reminded of their inherent Order, Balance, Harmony and Flow. We attune ourselves to the inherently perfect pitch of the universal energy, that frequency which gives rise to life. We are in tune with ourselves and with the universal community of song/music in which we dwell.

This word attunement is useful in all kinds of situations. Ask yourself, “How can I attune myself to this situation?” Take a moment to go inward and simply breathe consciously and ask yourself that question, allowing your body to answer in the way it relaxes, in the shift of rhythm you can feel. Whether it’s a person, place or event, take time to harmonize with it energetically. I’m not a musician, but I’ve seen enough music played to know there are a lot of things one can learn from watching, for example, an orchestra: how one section waits, poised and ready, for its time to come in. Timing is an important aspect of attunement. If you take the time to attune, you will be much more aware of timing and pacing: are you pushing too hard in a given interaction? Did you miss your entrance? Is it better now just to sit back and say or do nothing, to be silent?

The practice of attunement can guide us in our approach to energy work with others. When we hold the Diamond Points, this helps to harmonize the relationship between the practitioner and the person receiving the work. When those two energies are attuned to each other, the work of connecting to the Blueprint, finding the appropriate entry point, locating and clearing blockages, can all proceed with greater ease.

So, in some situations it’s helpful to think, “How can I attune myself?” and to work with this intentionally. Other times, as when holding the points, you can simply… let yourself be tuned.

Working with SourcePoint, we connect, clear, align and attune — and then, transform.

 

©2011 Donna Thomson and Bob Schrei

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