The inguz of your potential energy accumulates gradually in cellular storage before being released as a single surge of energy. It represents the process of a mental ‘seed’ of desire implanted by the conscious mind into the subconscious for incubation.
Only when we know our solitude to be different from our loneliness can we be whole enough to honour another’s place.
the realm of forms
After a period of gestation the energy emerges as a new creation in your life journey. Inguz is the catalyst of transformation of seeds of mental, physical, and spiritual growth.. This is either a conscious or sub-conscious transformation of one form to bring a new form into being.
According to Plato, forms are abstract, perfect, unchanging concepts or ideals that transcend time and space. They exist in the Realm of Forms as universals. For example, human being is a universal form. Your self-identity is a unique variation of this form. It’s like art that you can shape if you want to.
Further, these forms contain energy or inguz which can seed positive, neutral or negative energy. That is where mindfulness comes in. We have the power to shape the form and path this energy takes.
Thus, Inguz contains within its lore the true meaning of sacrifice. Such sacrifice occurs when one form is called upon to die so that a newly evolved form may begin to grow. This occurs when we die for something or to ‘let-go’. We might do this for a cause or an ideal such as freedom. This is a universal theme in warrior traditions and is thus connected to the energies of Inguz.
acceptance is one of the first steps in reflection and transformation.
There is great wisdom in creating an analogy between this fundamental act of nature and the mystical act of generation. The failure of a magical operation is often caused by the lack of the operator ‘letting go’ of some past form of manifestation so that a newly desired form can be born.
All humans live in the past to some degree or another, but one must apply the laws of nature which call for death of the old in order to bring about transformation into new energies and new forms. This sounds simple to do on an intellectual level, but in practice it is requires masterful artistry.
Inguz signals the integration of the 4 selves: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. This can be otherwise described according to the 5 parts of the holistic matrix: body, mind, heart, soul and spirit. You may think of the holistic realm of the 7 chakras or energy centres.
It is the drive toward completion and totality and acts as the catalyst for movement toward wholeness. Where Berkano signifies the outer child, hidden within the wisdom of Inguz is the activation of one’s inner-child. In insightful contemplation and meditation we incorporate the mind, body, spirit! This brings into a whole, the universal, potent energy that governs all forms of subtle, creative action.
Focus on, ‘listen to’, re-engage and balance the parts of your matrix. Consider the chakra zones (body) with meditation and yoga, if possible, to free and balance energy flow. Keep yourself tapped into what is most important ~ the art, the matrix, realized with the 7 keys ~ together, enhancing your opportunities for an equanimous and meaningful existence.
~ namasté, Leah J. 🕊
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