The Toltec Arts of Dreaming and HealingComments Off on The Toltec Arts of Dreaming and Healing
By Dr. Arlan Cage, ND, L.Ac and Koyote the Blind
According to official historians, the Toltec culture disappeared in the AD late 900s, leaving nothing more than mysterious cities, impressive pyramids, and rumors still maintained of an ancient culture of art and knowledge. Imagine their surprise when, in the late 20th century, Toltec men and women of knowledge began to emerge from the shadows to reveal the secrets of a culture long kept hidden, deliberately to be shared at this point in history.
Dreaming as the Way to Knowledge
Koyote the Blind is a Toltec man of knowledge who has mastered the esoteric keys known to the enlightened civilizations of the American continent existing before the European conquest. From an early age, while growing up in the midst of war, he learned the sacred arts of the men of knowledge passed down in secret throughout the centuries. He learned, among many things, to become free from the prison of the mind and of the body in which most of humanity is still caged. Koyote learned that there are doors and pathways to other dimensions of existence, parallel words, and realms of experience.
Freedom cannot be truly achieved while the consciousness is trapped in the external world. The soul yearns for liberation, and the ability to exist in the higher levels and dimensions is the divine right of a human being.
Dreaming is the key, the gateway, to the higher dimensions and parallel worlds. This freedom of movement, and the necessary mastery of perception under intent, was the exquisite contribution of the Toltecs to the body of knowledge of humanity. This technology is possible, available, and indispensable for the people, now more than ever.
Koyote has made this key available in a written masterpiece, The Golden Flower. This book contains the keys to mastering the dreaming, gaining access to the astral as well as higher planes of existence, and the teachings of the pinnacle of experience known as the “yoga of dreaming.”
The Link to Healing
The traditional shaman used a form of subtle energy to enhance all the work he or she did. In the Toltec lineage, this energy was referred to by the name “The Power.” This form of energy was virtually unknown to the world until Koyote the Blind released it to the public in 2007 under the name “Aka Dua.”
A number of unique traits distinguish the Aka Dua from other forms of subtle energy such as qi, prana, Reiki, and so forth. First, it does not simply “retune” your energy to make you more receptive. It involves a transmission into your atomic fields of what is described as a “subtle physical substance.” The Aka Dua substance will enhance your receptivity to energy. Aka Dua also contains seven separate subfrequencies, named after the sensations they can impart: solar, lunar, atmospheric, oceanic, volcanic, obsidian, and the final frequency, the un-named.
As a form of subtle energy, Aka Dua has the potential to be stronger than any other known form. As such, Aka Dua is a powerful primary healing modality. It can also be combined with other energies, Reiki for example, and it can help make any other form of healing modality you use more powerful. Acupuncture, massage, physical therapy, and even your clinical judgment can be enhanced by the Aka Dua energy. Aka Dua healing energy may well turn out to be one of the great advances in healing in the 21st century.
Interestingly, the subtle energies have been found to be fully consistent with and explainable by principles of modern physics, the branch of physics that includes quantum mechanics, relativity, and string theory. Long considered by mainstream science to induce nothing more than a possible placebo effect, the various forms of subtle energy, including the Aka Dua, turn out to have well-founded scientific explanations. The Aka Dua Healing Institute offers transmissions and attunements for the Aka Dua energy, along with classes and other resources.
Join us for a day of exploration of the Toltec arts of dreaming and healing. At 10am on Saturday, March 11, we start with a free introductory course on Aka Dua energy healing, presented by Dr. Arlan Cage, ND, L.Ac, head of the Aka Dua Institute of Healing based in Mount Shasta, California, and specifically selected by Koyote to lead the effort of the dissemination of the Aka Dua healing energy. Learn about the fascinating history of the Aka Dua energy, its scientific explanations, and applications in healing and the transformation of your consciousness. You will also have an opportunity to receive transmissions of the Aka Dua energy.
At 1pm we continue with a unique experience with Koyote the Blind, in which he will present his techniques and where you will experience first-hand the conscious opening into the worlds and dimensions of the sacred dreaming. Koyote’s workshops are experiential, highly practical, and transformative.
Come and discover what has always been trying to emerge through your dreams, your intuition, and from the vast mystery of the unknown.
Both classes will be held 10am-6pm Saturday, March 11, 2017, at the Win-River Resort and Casino, 2100 Redding Rancheria Rd., Redding CA, 96001, upstairs in the Eagle Room.
For more information or to register for these events, contact the Aka Dua Institute of Healing, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.akaduahealing.com, or 530-926-1600, or secure your space through Paypal at Koyote93@me.com.