An important part of my work uses Vortex energy. A vortex, by definition, is a whirling mass of air or water. In the case of energy work, it is the energy that moves in a whirling motion. The direction of the motion is very important. When energy moves in a clockwise fashion, it is making use of gravity and magnetics to lock matter in the third dimensional plane. A counterclockwise spin allows us to unlock gravity and lift off old patterns and trauma from our energy fields. This is what I draw upon during the Experiences I offer on Hilzinger Harmonics.
Using this energy to heal ourselves and create what we most want in life is the central mission of Hilzinger Harmonics.
— Shirley Hilzinger
Interestingly enough, many locations on Earth have naturally occurring vortexes (or vortices). Sedona, Arizona, where I live, is a renowned hotspot for these whirling energy masses. There are four sites that are most often identified in the area: Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, Airport Mesa, and Boynton Canyon. However, there are many areas where the energy can be felt to be either rising or sinking into the earth.
As you can see from the picture of the tree, it has grown in a natural vortex. The swirling energy causes the tree limbs to become twisted. These trees help to create amazing places in which to meditate and connect with nature. Many people have difficulty with the whirling energies. The clockwise energy can often feel compressing, limiting, and even depressing. In contrast, if one is not grounded and fully present in your body, the counterclockwise spin can make one feel a bit ‘spaced out’.
Part of the work that I do involves helping people keep fully present while utilising the counterclockwise spin to clear and release what is no longer needed in their lives. The naturally occurring vortexes can help people connect with the higher realms, but this is only of use if we can ground that higher energy in our everyday activities. Using this energy to heal ourselves and create what we most want in life is the central mission of Hilzinger Harmonics.
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Sedona does indeed look amazing!