In addition to using the 4×4 Journey Map, for our explorations, learnings, discussions on our journeys from ego to soul to service, we will also be using these four tools.
The four specific FORUMS:
1. Grief 2. Surrender 3. Growth 4. Creativity / Service will be used as our sharing spaces.
You may be involved with any or all of these forums, depending upon where you feel called.
These are the four other Tools:
1. Abraham Maslow’s; Hierarchy of Needs
I have studied and used Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for years.
Clicking the above model will take you to his newer version, that added transcendence above self-actualization. That page will also show what each level is. These levels are always shifting, based on what is occurring. They build upon each other, like layers of bricks, but then can be very fluid and changing, once assembled.
2. Jose and Lena Stevens’: Personessence Chart
I studied the Personessence System with Jose Stevens, Ph.D., for two years, when he would come in for monthly workshops for counselors in Austin, TX, USA. Then, I later taught workshops on this. I’ve always referred to it as the “Soul Personality Assessment” and also as the “Instruction Book for Life” that we never got, but should have. I have found this very helpful and would like to share this with you.
Note: Jose does long-distance readings, (channeling entity “Michael” from The Michael Materials books, of which Jose has written several) to be able to give you your specific information, based on two photographs of you. Clicking on the chart will provide you with his website and contact information.
3. Dr. David R. Hawkins’: The Map of Consciousness
The more I have learned, the more excited I am about the information in this chart: some fantastic and beneficial information to know and be inspired by. I have ordered several of Dr. David Hawkins’s books and will be studying them to learn more.
If you click on the image, it will take you to the information on how to order your chart and his book that explains more about this chart: “Power vs. Force.” His book shows a concept we are all living at this chaotic time of earth’s transformation and all life upon her.
4. Medicine Wheels from different Indigenous groups
I so resonate with the wisdom of Native American teachings. Growing up in Madison, Wisconsin, in the U.S., the Native American energy was powerful. Madison is in the middle of 3 lakes that have “Indian Mounds” all around the lakes and the city. I feel them in my cells. History has it that the area was a sacred pilgrimage for the Mound Builders. If you click on the image, it will show you a few other wheels. Google for more if this interests you.
White Eagle, of the White Eagle Lodge, my home spiritual group, was known in an earlier lifetime to be “The PeaceKeeper” (Degonawida), who formed the Iroquois Confederacy of Nations, that our Constitution is based on.
“The Indian never hurried his morning communion with the Great White Spirit and the angels of the elements. It was an essential part of his life and one which never failed to bring renewed vitality and strength of purpose for the day’s tasks. Deep breathing brings inner tranquility, a steadiness, and valuable help in facing any ordeals which lie ahead. A Master never allows himself to become flustered or worried; a Master can face anything with perfect calm. Affirm: I am divine peace.” ~White Eagle