They are the epilogue of the organic complex of techniques, (Biostimolazione®, Animation della Spada®, Combattimento della Ruota, Biostimolazione Dinamica® and others) that lead to the natural evolution of consciousness.
This set represents the ‘holistic’ approach to the search for the new language suitable for communicating our profound experiences. A mix of ancient traditions and recent discoveries, through rare rituals and border experiences, this set of techniques and experiments allow the ‘leap’ of quality that each of us, at a certain point in our life path, can carry out.
If the Biostimulation can be summarized as the way to reconcile and connect our inner Self with our logical-rational part, increasing the intuitive and imaginative part, and with the Animation of the Sword, we take out the internal martial aspect for give strength to our deep self and be warriors before the difficulties of life and the path we undertake, by exercising and increasing the will and intention, the techniques of the Union and of Risveglio® bring, as it is intuitive to think, to the awakening of conscience, to the unfolding of new realities that previously seemed impossible or very far from us.
With this path we start a journey where it will no longer be possible to go back to being what we were, we move into an area of consciousness that in other eras and with other languages would be defined as the true initiatory path where the adept has to face ‘alchemical death’ to reborn another man: the new man.
We are in the age of ‘strong’ changes, this is clear, and we must look for the complementarity between the ancient and the modern between the past and the present to find the words of the future. In fact, this is the path to find together the new language, the new thought, the new paradigm.
The techniques and mental attitudes we encounter in this method are a clear invitation to experiment with and on ourselves.
Some aspects of Union and Awakening techniques:
Movements, postures and sword fights Animazione della Spada® Tecniques
Travel notes by Umberto Di Grazia … (italian version)
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