That sounds really cool, i’ve never heard of a Craniosacral session until just now so i looked it up. That’s gotta be very rejuvenating to the soul. I’m not so sure on the Golden Coin exactly but Gold is a very powerful symbol for the transformation of the soul. If you think in terms of alchemy, Gold is the ultimate symbol of virtue, longevity, eternity, etc. Gold in terms of metal is one of the most powerful therefore symbolizes the attainment of God-self, perfection of mind, body and spirit. The pure transformation of the Self. Another word that springs to mind is the Philosopher’s Stone.
“The key to alchemy is found in the word transmutation, a word that in its original Latin meaning refers to total change. Physically this denotes a change of the properties of matter, and thus of substance; psycho-spiritually, it refers to inner transformation—in specific, certain actions to aid in freeing the spiritual essence that is ‘trapped’ within (echoing the Gnostic view that spirit is trapped in matter). This idea had its basis in the ancient belief that within the Earth ‘grew’ metals and that, given enough time, these metals would ultimately become gold. Nature was seen as fundamentally engaged in a process of evolution, and the essential idea of alchemy was to speed this process up—in short, to save time.”
The Inner Science of Alchemy: the Philosopher’s Stone and Gold
The Arabic term al-khimia also means ‘the art of transformation’, and this applies to both physical levels (thus being the basis of the later science of chemistry) in which the alchemist of old was interested in transforming base materials, like lead, into more exalted materials such as gold, as well as to the inner practice of alchemy, which involves the transformation of the individual from unconscious ‘raw material’ to the ‘finer material’ of self-realization and divine illumination. It is this latter science of alchemy, the inner art of transformation, that we are mainly concerned with here.
The prized goal of alchemy, in the more traditional sense, was the substance known as gold (and, on occasion, silver). Gold has some interesting chemical properties—it is the most ductile of all metals, meaning, it can be reshaped into endless forms without fracturing. It is also largely immune to most corrosive agents of air or water, and resistant to corruption by fire (which is why it was always valued in making jewellery). Thus its great strength, and brilliant color, makes it a powerful symbol for that which is both radiant and indestructible within us, i.e., our highest nature and true inner self."
Pretty fascinating stuff you can learn more here: http://www.ptmistlberger.com/psychospiritual-alchemy.php
Gold is also the color of Ascension, the Golden Aeon of Horus, the golden Child, The golden chariot in the Tarot, strong will and divine love 😉 It is the color of heaven, <3
I’m really not for sure on Golden coin but i also got the word Golden Coil? because i keep accidentally typing it which would have to deal with kundalini.
I hope this helped,
Anyone else have any ideas on Golden Coin?
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