Morning Glory
Convolvulus althaeoides
There are times in the healing process when it is appropriate to cast the net afar, range widely, explore many avenues, and there are times when it becomes appropriate to focus on one issue, and reduce the endless possibilities to bring the healing intention to one specific point. Morning Glory is the vibrational impulse to help in concentrating the energy into a single place. Rather like the way a magnifying glass can be used to concentrate enough heat from the sun to cause combustion, Morning Glory has the quality to draw the healing energy generated in any form of treatment to a desired area within the physical body or subtle anatomy. This can be enhanced by the use of conscious intent to visualise the area of the body into which the energy is drawn. When in deep relaxation this process will occur naturally, the vortex that Morning Glory creates will settle over the area most in need of this form of treatment. The impulse of this flower will work equally as well on emotional, mental and spiritual issues as it does upon the physical body. The Morning Glory personality is one that is unable to concentrate for any sustained period of time, continually going off at a tangent. They are the type who lose their train of thought very easily. Some are restless and unable or unwilling to commit to achieve goals and ambitions.

Suggested uses for Morning Glory:

  • to focus healing into a specific area or point of the body
  • when one specific problem needs to be addressed, be it emotional,
  • mental or physical
  • for those who continually go off at a tangent and are unable to focus
  • their attention on the task in hand
  • to help us take one step at a time.

When the vibrational impulse of this flower is used a vortex of energy is created within the aura which sits above a specific area. The healing energy generated in the treatment fills the aura and is then drawn into the Morning Glory vortex where it becomes concentrated. The concentrated light is then drawn back into the aura
through a single point. It is possible to move the vortex to another location through visualisation. Morning Glory has a flower which resembles an old gramophone horn. It is this energetic pattern which is transferred to the vibrational impulse. Morning Glory is also used to stimulate the Guru chakra. This chakra is located in the centre of the head and on the physical level corresponds to the hypothalamus and pituitary glands. The Guru has been likened to a little sun in the centre of the head. From it, energetic channels radiate out in all directions. It is proving highly effective in the treatment of many problems originating within the cranial cavity, for through its network of channels it can illuminate all areas of the head. The Guru governs the inner or divine knowledge or illumination which leads to enlightenment. The Guru contains our wisdom built upon experience and understanding; it lies behind the Brow chakra which contains knowledge sought through curiosity and learning.

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