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Pasadena Sweat Lodge With Whitewater Dancer

Pasadena Sweat Lodge With Whitewater Dancer

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Pasadena sweat lodge with Whitewater Dancer
Step into the Silence and surrender as the ancient onesdid in this purification rite for optimal health andwellbeing of body, mind and spirit.
As we enter intothis representational womb of Mother Earth theenergies of the mineral, plant, animal, human andspiritual worlds are called upon in a ceremonial way.Group consciousness combined with the sacred sweatlodge ceremony provides us the tools to transformspiritually while sustained mental focus allows us theawareness of our connection to the Hologram of Life bythe application and use of this transforming energymatrix.Whitewater Dancer (Doug Oliver) has been doing sweat lodge ceremonies at his location in Pasadena forover 20 years though the sweat lodge tradition itself is believed to be thousands of years old, a traditionfrom the mists of time
. The sacred energy of the sweat lodge has been used in cultures around theglobe to cleanse, purify, rejuvenate, rebirth and heal the physical, spiritual, mental and emotionalbodies we inhabit.
Every tribal group has its own traditions. Overall, there is no right or wrong way toengage in a sweat lodge ceremony, other than to enter the lodge with an open mind and be preparedfor cleansing of negative emotions, healing of physical ailments,clearing of mental concerns and/or releasing of spiritual blockages.
“Give me the power to create a fever and I shall cure every illness.” 
~Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.)
A major side effect of a sweat is the cleansing of undesirable toxinsfrom the body.
Bacteria and viruses cannot survive at temperaturesmuch higher than 98.6 degrees. The rise in temperature alsostimulates the endocrine glands and facilitates the release of negativeions into the air, inducing relaxation and mental alertnesssimultaneously. So, if you desire to keep your biological clock ticking inharmony so that energy loss remains a minimum and the body
metabolism flourishes for the promotion of youth’s extension,

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