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Eyeless In Gaza Wand

$85.00

Aldous Huxley in his book, Eyeless In Gaza, essentially about love and betrayal says: “Hell is the incapacity to be other than the creature one finds one’s self ordinarily behaving as.” This suggests the mood of betrayal since there is clearly no creative capacity to be other than what one is enslaved to be…. The hermetic touch reveals all of this betrayal of self and other and floods it with the spotlight of the Truth of us. All is revealed, all is known. None can escape the heart of Truth, not even the ‘eyeless in Gaza’.

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Aldous Huxley in his book, Eyeless In Gaza, essentially about love and betrayal says: “Hell is the incapacity to be other than the creature one finds one’s self ordinarily behaving as.” This suggests the mood of betrayal, since there is clearly no creative capacity to be other than what one is enslaved to be.

Most of us are aware of the expression, “ We are our own worst enemy.” This suggests that we are divided within ourselves and at war with our best intentions. We say we want to love, but remain negative and confused about what loving amounts to. A street child was heard to say, “Yes, they say they really love you, but I think, if they really loved you they would make a difference to all these children who are homeless.” Therefore there is a great gap between some spoken positivity and the actual demonstration that would amount to transforming the disturbed condition. This split in our being, that is the betrayal of the heart of Truth, thwarts the progress of the unfolding of Truth in the world. Apart from this self-sabotage, we are sabotaged endlessly by those immediately in association with us who simply do not understand and this division in ourselves creates a sympathetic opening for those who are our self-declared enemies. The hermetic touch reveals all of this betrayal of self and other and floods it with the spotlight of the Truth of us. All is revealed, all is known. None can escape the heart of Truth, not even the ‘eyeless in Gaza’. – Jessa O’My Heart

 

Using The Wands

The Wands can be carried with you throughout the day in your hand, pocket, handbag, briefcase etc. You can engage them at work, during exercise, recreational activities, meditation or at home. You can imbue a glass of water with the Energy of your Wand by tapping it to the side of the glass. Sip the water while holding the Wand and receive its energy.

Each Wand holds a specific intention of purification and transformation. The Wands are not influenced by other energies and so do not require ‘cleansing’, ‘clearing’ or ‘re-charging. They can be used personally, shared with others and used in your immediate environment.

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Additional information

Weight .040 kg
Dimensions 20.5 × 6 × 1.5 cm

1 review for Eyeless In Gaza Wand

  1. M. Barnaby

    OMG…! This is the Energy that I’ve been waiting for…! So penetrating and has really helped me to get through a level and barrier in myself that I’ve not been able to get past. An essential one for sure if you are serious about transformation and awakening. It cuts deep, helps you to go beyond… Highly recommended.

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