Alchemy is commonly known as transmuting bare metals into gold. However this is only an aspect of this metaphysical and spiritual process. The transmutation of metal into gold is also used as an analogy for personal transmutation, the mastery over energies and the mastery over self.
The spiritual alchemist is one who seeks spiritual connection and spiritual growth by honest introspection and objective investigation of self. This is a chosen path to self-actualize. Turning chaos into order through a state of illumination. The more you alter your consciousness to a Divinely higher place you are then able to alter the world around you, becoming your own master.
How then do you even begin to do this? The answer is to get to know your TRUE soul self. Everyone wants to know who he or she really is, it’s the global question of “Who am I?” and “What is my purpose in this life?” When you begin to become painfully honest with your self you begin to see the truth of who you are and what you must begin to transform.
The most important rule to remember is to let go of blaming the people around you and the environment you grew up in. Blaming allows you to hide within your own shadow parts and inhibits growth and self-actualization. I believe living in the shadow part of self is more painful than the temporary growing pains you will feel before you get to that amazing, loving and Divine place of your birthright, living your BEST most abundant life ever.
To become a spiritual alchemist, know that you must die to live. Choose to let go of the dead parts of your being and all that does not support you. Know that all these difficult events in your life are messages to help you step into your essence where your self-actualization exists. The alchemist steps into that fear of death knowing that it is smaller that it seems and feels and that it is only a temporary route to get to the abundant gold of living your most authentic and joyous life.
For more information and to begin your transformation you may call Healing Lev at 786.529.1318.