"Sons of the Quiver" is a symbolic phrase derived from Psalm 127:4, portraying a unique perspective on the relationship between fathers and their children. This phrase encapsulates the profound symbolism of the quiver as a feminine metaphor, representing the father's role as a protector and nurturer of the potential embodied by his children, likening them to arrows awaiting their intended purpose. In this article, we explore the symbolic depth of the Sons of the Quiver, emphasizing the significance of the father's responsibility in safeguarding and cultivating the inherent gifts within his children.

Symbolism of the Quiver

In traditional symbolism, the quiver represents a container associated with readiness, preparedness, and potential. It serves as a repository, holding arrows until the archer requires them for a specific purpose. By extending this symbolism, the quiver assumes a feminine quality, mirroring the womb as a space of nurturing and protection. In this context, the father's role becomes twofold: he acts as both the guardian of his children's potential and the custodian of their journey toward fulfillment.

Children as Arrows

Viewing children as arrows carries profound symbolism. Arrows are purposeful instruments, honed and crafted for specific objectives. Similarly, children are born with unique talents, qualities, and potential waiting to be cultivated. The father, as the custodian of the quiver, recognizes the inherent worth of each child, cherishing their individuality and the distinct trajectory they will embark upon in life.

A Feminine Role for Fathers

The portrayal of the father's role as a feminine one challenges traditional gender roles and highlights the nurturing aspect of fatherhood. Just as a mother protects and nourishes a child in her womb, the father assumes a parallel responsibility in safeguarding and fostering the potential within his children. This nurturing role expands the definition of fatherhood, encompassing qualities typically associated with the feminine archetype, such as care, tenderness, and protection.

Protection and Cultivation

As the guardian of the quiver, the father shields his children from harm, ensuring their safekeeping until they are ready to be launched into the world. He fosters an environment that encourages growth, self-discovery, and the realization of their unique purpose. The father's role is to provide guidance, wisdom, and unconditional love as he helps shape the arrows, ensuring they are equipped with the necessary tools to hit their intended targets.

An Enduring Legacy

The Sons of the Quiver represent a legacy that extends beyond the father's lifetime. The impact of the father's nurturing presence echoes through generations, leaving an indelible mark on the family lineage. By protecting and cultivating the potential within his children, the father empowers them to become the best versions of themselves and fulfill their destinies, creating a lasting legacy of purpose and contribution.

Conclusion

The Sons of the Quiver symbolize the father's role as a protector and cultivator of his children's potential. By embracing the quiver as a feminine metaphor and children as arrows, we recognize the father's essential responsibility in safeguarding and nurturing the inherent gifts within his children. Through his guidance, protection, and unconditional love, the father equips his children with the tools needed to fulfill their purpose and create a meaningful impact in the world. The Sons of the Quiver embody the enduring legacy of fathers who embrace their nurturing role, ensuring that their children's potential flourishes and propels them toward their intended targets.

 

 

 

The Chay prayer is a fascinating practice that takes us on a journey through its spiritual chambers, revealing dimensional elements that go beyond our everyday three-dimensional reality. These elements hint at the existence of multiple dimensions or levels of existence, unseen realms that may influence and interact with our own.

As we delve into the Chay prayer, we encounter these dimensional elements, which evoke a sense of depth, complexity, and richness. They suggest that there is more to be explored and understood beyond the surface of our experiences. Like layers waiting to be unveiled, these elements add depth and meaning to our understanding, offering a profound perspective on our existence.

In the Hebrew language, words carry profound significance and are often laden with cultural and religious symbolism. One such word is "Chay," which means "life" in Hebrew. The transliteration of the Hebrew word for "life" can vary, and "Chay" is one of the possible transliterations. In this article, we delve into the meaning and significance of "Chay" as a representation of the essence of life.

The Hebrew Word for Life
The Hebrew word for "life" is expressed through the combination of two letters: "ח" (chet) and "י" (yod). The letter "ח" represents a guttural sound similar to the "ch" in the German word "Bach." On the other hand, the letter "י" corresponds to a sound similar to the English letter "Y." When transliterating Hebrew into English, different variations are possible, resulting in transliterations such as "Chay," "Chai," "Khay," "Hay," or "Hi."

Exploring Spiritual Growth Through the Chay Revelation

 Proverbs 24:3-4, "By wisdom a house is built, and by understanding it is established; by knowledge the rooms are filled with all precious and pleasant riches." 

 Introduction: Setting the Stage with Proverbs 24:3-4

Proverbs 24:3-4 provides a foundational framework for understanding spiritual growth, emphasizing the roles of wisdom, understanding, and knowledge in the construction and enrichment of our inner selves.

Kingdom restoration is a process that takes place in a 7-phase process. At each phase, there is a specific way of looking at things and necessary for all the processes to be completed.

If you have heard of the Seven Redemptive gifts (also known as the Fractal of Seven) you will want to know that the good Samaritan works with all of the seven ones to heal the man found on the road. I believe this parable is a blueprint for healing in our lives.

Have a look at the following chart and see the seven steps taken by the good Samaritan to heal the man he found.

 

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My continuation of the wind… See Original Article

Adam, the word that took me by surprise. When I looked at that door it was like a mirror I went closer to look thinking I’d see a reflection. But all I saw was a figure dressed in a lovely white dress. It was opaque, with lots of fabric like a curtain. I was made of wind. The wind was blowing through me I did not have a body only a form. The wind was coming from God I was wondering why wasn’t I blown away but I was part of the wind I was that wind in union with God. I was seeing the future.

 

I saw mountains and mountains of sand like the Sahara. I felt the sand was a hindrance, there was a big city way off in the distance I needed to clear a path. I started blowing. Don’t ask me how I knew to do that. Voila! sand blowing away exposing gems, crystals, and all sorts of precious elements. These were under the sand. I started asking God what is next? There is a city in the distance what is next?

Since I was asked to share my experience with Chay Life it’s been really difficult. Where do I start? I don’t want to be taking you down a rabbit trail. I pray that the Holy Spirit leads me into what I need to share at this time.

Just to let you know I’ve been ministered by many of “the BEST “ in deliverance ministries. I now call those experimental ministries. I’d leave the sessions feeling depressed and worst than when I started.  In their defense, they just did not know. They did not get it. Neither did I or I would have been able to do it for me right?

So after more than 35 years, I gave up trying.

My life was miserable none knew the turmoil I was in. Well, just a few very close friends knew something. I must tell you the supernatural is real.

From a child, I suffered because of seeing, knowing, smelling, etc. I experienced the good the bad and the ugly side of the supernatural. I could not talk to anyone who could understand. When I first heard about Chay Life from my friends. I knew instinctively this was real. This is it.

I wrote Rodrigo and Daniela pleading with them to help me. I felt that this was my last chance, I’d not be fulfilled. My life here on earth would be for nothing. I was in captivity.

A few months ago I had a session with R&D looking at the Aph in my life. It took a while, but we did manage to get my correct pinwheel set up by the river. My wheel, at first, didn’t look like what I expected, it looked like a flower, with the petals hanging down, it almost reminded me of a big sunflower. I did not tell R&D about my disappointment and figured that it would eventually perk up. It was quite large, like the size of the windmills that generate electricity on the sides of hills.

Later, when I went back to look at the pinwheel, in fact, it was spinning, and depending on its speed, the design of the pinwheel would change. Also, when it went fast, it would send out fireworks of light. I decided that I really liked my wheel. The “petals” are multilayered and go in opposite directions and there are several layers of them, so wind direction and speed changes the design. It is very sturdy too. It had occurred to me that God does everything with purpose, so this wheel must do something other than look beautiful.

A couple of nights ago, I had a dream about the pinwheel. I went to the top of the pinwheel and saw that it had a big shaft that went to the base, and underground. I thought it was some sort of pump. So, I went underground to look at the base.  

In the cavern, at the base of the pinwheel, I saw a big vat that had very hot melting gold. I did not see the fire under the vat, but I was aware of the fire that was in a smaller room, right under the vat. Like the room was built under the vat to contain the heat so that the cavern wasn’t overheated by the heat from the fire.   

The pinwheel shaft ended just over the vat of melted gold. The heat from the gold was being pulled off the vat, and sent up the pinwheel and out (which accounted for the fireworks. I think it was bits of melted gold that were glowing from the heat). And then the pinwheel was sending cool air into the room from a different shaft. Hot air was going up and out of the cavern, and cool air was coming into it! Great. That is what the pinwheel “does”. 

Then someone said, Come I will show you something else.

I just read the following scripture, “The revelation of your words illuminates, they give intelligence to those who lack experience.” I felt those words bringing me a new degree of freedom. Recently someone said they did not want a “theoretical” course. Meaning teaching with less Hebrew word studies and more practical work. Then I was too centered on his commentary that for a whole day I meditated on that opinion. Everything I do as teachings are based on research and knowledge. So I thought I could not give this person anything different. But then, I know by experience that the Hebrew knowledge I have been understanding has brought freedom to my life. So something did not match!

A popular thought is that a course with knowledge and little practical experience is not very effective and nor fulfilling. Wait a minute! That’s not all true. I just tapped into a half-lie that I would like to tell you about.

 

We just came about Bob Jones’ 100-Year Prophecy and were impressed to see that 2020 was the year for God to show His Rest. And well it happened that many churches shut down and many had to stay at home. It seemed to be a time of rest, but only the outside. The Rest referred by this prophecy was about resting in God as the idea behind the Sabbath, and the 7th day of creation, but also, and most importantly, as connecting with Jesus Christ in our hearts to a new deeper level.

2020 has been a year for many where they began looking on the inside for answers. Many coaches online found their way on the internet teaching about self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-love. As this new decade began Daniela and Rodrigo (myself) have been learning so much about the importance of the heart and learning to do our healing work from a love perspective. Inner healing tools work much better when love towards oneself is taken into account. When our love gates, spiritual gates, are open then it is much easier for the Lord to meet us at the dimension of the heart that we have learned it as the Aph dimension.

The Chay revelation has been given in 2020, and the key place to recover back to its original design is the region of APH. This region is where the rest of God is found. This place is heaven inside. It is our heaven and place to meet God. In this inner dimension, there is a place called the Field of Peace which is, just like the green pastures in Psalms 23.  When the Aph dimension is restored, which is the seventh door in the Chay hallway, a restoration of our peace takes place. We are connected back to the true source of life and our dependency on God is restored.

Resting in God has a house,  a door, an entrance to a place called Aph, a field, a river, and a breath. In other words, very concrete things are found when we open our hearts firstly to ourselves and then to God. This place is opened by the powerful frequency of the Hebrew word Aph. This word brings this place to our spirit so that we can access it. 2020 has been the year where we learned that God has placed eternity in our hearts, meaning an eternal place where we can encounter God within. A resting place. A Shabbat within missed for centuries but recovered in 2020. Well, at least we found the strategy on how to get there step by step. And we believe that many will come to their resting place in God and this through different models that are already provided by God for us all to discover more about his Rest.   

Below is almost the entire transcript of the 100-year prophecy.

I would like to show you the word CHAYIL, it is pretty similar to the word CHAY which means life. CHAYIL, ChYL spelled out in Hebrew, has the L letter added to ChY which is the word for Chay. So CHAY is the Letter Heth and the Letter Yod, while CHAYIL has one more letter which is the letter Lamed. Lamed is commonly known to represent a picture of a staff and to signify the idea of direction.

What does CHAYIL mean? Here is the Strong’s Dictionary entry for this word. I would like you to read it and see the entire reference.

 

Chayil H2428

חַיִל

chayil

khah'-yil

From H2342; probably a force, whether of men, means or other resources; an army, wealth, virtue, valor, strength: - able, activity, (+) army, band of men (soldiers), company, (great) forces, goods, host, might, power, riches, strength, strong, substance, train, (+) valiant (-ly), valour, virtuous (-ly), war, worthy (-ily).

 

What really brings my attention here is that it says “probably a force”. It says probably, but the author of this dictionary does not give more light to why it is so, but in a general sense the word points to this idea of force. CHAYIL is often translated as force and its synonym words. Though I need to add that force in a more delicate sense than brut force. It renders the idea of force with virtue and force with ability.  

The dimensions of the kingdom are length, breadth, depth and height and stand governed by love.

There are 3 verses in the New Testament that have height, width, length or depth highlighted as dimensions that we should consider: Romans 8:39, Ephesians 3:18, and Revelations 21:16.

Romans 8:39 points to the fact that the Height or Depth dimensions will not separate us from the love of Christ.  “nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus, our Lord.”

Ephesians 3:18 speaks about the inner man (v16) being strengthened in these four dimensions, “ that you may be given strength to grasp, with all the saints, what is the breadth and length and depth and height”. These dimensions are connected to Jesus’ love; meaning Jesus' heart is at the center. We are rooted and grounded in His heart. From this center is that we can comprehend, together with all the saints, the 4 axes that build into width, length, depth, and height.   

Revelations 21:16 highlights 3 dimensions in the New Jerusalem with the Lamb having wiped away tears – that’s love too. “And the city lies four cornered, even its length as much as the width also. And he measured the city with the reed at twelve thousand stadia; its length and width and height are equal.”

There is evidently a positive progression of the different dimensions talked about here. Depth and height appear as negative the first time in the sense that they won't be able to separate us from the love of Christ. The second time they appear they are described in a positive manner as long as we are in Christ’s love. Then when they are presented in the book of Revelations they are shown as perfect in manner with the Lamb reigning from within the city.

Job 33:4  The Spirit of God hath made me, and the breath of the Almighty hath given me life. 

Job 33:4 brought my attention because God is mentioned twice in two different facets of Himself in relation to Man’s creation. I thought it was interesting that Man’s bringing up into existence seems in this verse as a two-step process. First God makes man and then He breathes life.  It seems similar to this other verse in Genesis 2:7 when it says, “the Lord God formed man", and later, God blew His breath in Man for him to come alive.  

So I thought that it would be interesting to see the Hebrew names of God used here.  I wanted to focus first on the names of God used here in Job 33:4 and compare them to the names used in Genesis 2:7. I found this so interesting and revealing that I decided to share it on this blog.

The bringing up of Man, in this case, Job, shows itself as happening in two different stages. The first time it says, “The Spirit of God has made me”, and then it reads “the breath of God has given me life.” I believe these two are different because not only the Names of God are different, but the actions described at each stage are different too. This two-step process though similar doesn’t match exactly with Genesis 2:7. Let me explain.

The Chay revelation is about helping you check for yourself if life has all the necessary conditions in you to express itself through you. It is a series of patterns that help you evaluate if your inner man structures and contents are working well. Just like an astronaut gets routine checks to see if his body is healthy enough to tolerate a space trip so does Chay help us in our life's journey. The Chay meditation process will help you see if you have the right peace, alignment, movement, flow, balance, strength, brightness, and resources to face your destiny in this world and beyond.

God has given a series of designs and patterns to find in inner areas of the human existence that can be assessed, interpreted, changed and restored for good. These patterns help find hidden things that could hinder further success in living an abundant life. The cleansing and restoration of these will give us a structure that will let life flow as it should be within us.

The Chay meditation inquiry covers the breadth, length, depth, height, and heart of our being. This will prepare us to “comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length, and depth, and height; to know the love of Christ which passes knowledge; that we may be filled with all the fullness of God.” (Eph 3:19) I believe that in a corporative gathering if everyone has their Chay dimensions cleansed and aligned they will be able to walk as One Man in all agreement with God.

 

Unlocking the Fractal of Ten: A Framework for Spiritual Insight

Recently, I made an intriguing discovery regarding Psalm 1—it follows the fractal of ten, a living pattern that also underpins the Chay prayer framework. The fractal of ten is composed of two fractals of five and a fractal of two, representing a dynamic interplay of feminine and masculine energies.

Within the fractal of ten, each side—left and right—contains the fractal of five. These five aspects—Time, Land, Community, Birthright, and Offices—extend beyond the physical realm, manifesting as Spirit, Heart, Body, Mind, and Soul within our being.

This overlay of the fractal of ten onto scripture offers deeper insight into the purpose and blessings of Psalm 1. By following this pattern, we gain a clearer understanding of the spiritual dynamics at play during prayer at each dimension. Psalm 1 becomes not just a verse to recite, but a guide to spiritual alignment and transformation in our lives.

As we explore Psalms 1 through the lens of the Chay pattern or the fractal of ten, we uncover its profound significance and the blessings it holds for our spiritual journey. It illuminates the path to spiritual growth, offering clarity and guidance as we navigate the complexities of life and faith.

 

Psa 1:1  Blessed is the man /  who walks not in the counsel of the wicked,/ nor stands in the way of sinners,/ nor sits in the seat of scoffers; 
Psa 1:2  but his delight is in the law of the LORD,/ and on his law he meditates day and night. 
Psa 1:3  He is like a tree planted/ by streams of water /that yields its fruit in its season,/ and its leaf does not wither. /In all that he does, he prospers

 The words in bold above are the keys that match with the Chay Prayer.

 

 

Our human spirit breathes the breath of life. We inhale and exhale air in our physical bodies. Our spiritual bodies all need the breath of life.

A reader of our book Ten Words that Will Change your Chay recently noted that her spirit was hungry for breath. She said she knew about the spirit as light. She had been listening to Arthur Burk’s presentation of the spirit as light. She quoted, “ Your spirit is light and receives the light of the Father as you look into His face.” Then she continued and wrote, “Rodrigo and Daniela minister to the spirit as breath of life which it is – ‘Ruach/pneuma’ is wind. I felt I have been very hungry for this presentation.” 

Our reader’s comments opened for me a new plane of exploration and applications about breath. Her words seemed to expand the revelation in a horizontal sense, giving to the Chay revelation more BREADTH (yes with a D, as in dimension). I wondered too if she had a second day of creation anointing by opening a new area of application for the Chay revelation. Note that the second day there was an expanse between the waters, for life to exist. There was oxygen! Breath! In this new span.

The fractal of two is a self-repeating pattern associated with a sequence of receiving and then of giving. It manifests in different ways such as structure and then content. Or making a clay vessel and then using it to serve water. This sequence is found in a life-giving process as when the earth receives a seed and then it grows into a plant that gives fruit. In inner healing, this sequence is used as a template to find trauma issues by overlapping the left and right sides of the body with mother and father respectively. Being the left part aligned with intimacy, the first part of the sequence, and dominion, the second part of the sequence with the right side of the body.

There are plenty of lists of this sequence in scriptures, of which I don’t remember any of them right away, except for the idea of being a bride and being sons. Nevertheless, the one sequence I would like to share about is one that I value highly. I believe that the bread and wine of communion also make part of the receiving and giving sequence called the fractal of two.

Is talking about spirituality and energy as related things good? Surely it is. When Jesus spoke about fish, trees, stones, wheat, and fruit to cite some examples he was talking to an audience whose work and income depended on fishing and agriculture. Today technology is the new landscape where we spend much of our time. Yes it is now natural to express spiritual dynamics in terms of energy, just as it was the best thing to use back then nature to express spiritual truths. We not only live in a world that is energy thirsty and energy addict, but energy itself makes this world as we now understand from the latest science. 

It is of extreme importance to learn about left and right energy as gender issues are a topic that is even discussed at very high levels of world governance. Man needs both sets of energy to be fruitful in life. They are steadily built and nurtured by our parents and our environment. In the measure, we establish laws to undermine the subtilities of each, the closer we walk into the stagnation of the life of God in our landscape. These two types of energy work together, and in a life-giving nation, they will both be resonating with the right gender setup, but also and mostly more important they will make a difference when we have this energy balance within ourselves. 

 

 

 

 

Have you heard about Incubus and Succubus? They are spiritual entities connected to sexual iniquities, curses, and sin. Then there is a lesser-known entity called Inquisivus which is a spirit that comes into the body as the human spirit is entering it during conception when the egg is being fertilized. This spirit enters at the conception time of a human. Its appearance is simply brown or black-colored smoke (could be other colors). The Inquisivus spirit is connected to the sins of the parents right before the child is conceived.  To deal with it once the person is born it is necessary to deal with gender issues with the father and mother. Depending on how the deliverance develops feminism and male chauvinism may be dealt with before Inquisivus is expelled out of the body.

The dimension of Yatsar will help find these types of issues that have affected your entrance to this world and the way you felt during your stay in the womb. Your human spirit might show you the issues right at preconception and conception. Then if you are led you can ask if there is an Inquisivus demon. If yes you need to ask again your human spirit to give you insight into what happened at that time. Stay in Yatsar until you feel it has been completely clean.

 

Inquisivus Spirit

Job 4:18 - 19 If God puts no trust in His servants,

and He charges His angels with error, how much

more those who dwell in houses of clay, …

 

Warren Marcus, Author, Filmmaker, TV Producer and Speaker and ordained Messianic Jewish Minister was recently interviewed by Sid Roth on his program It's Supernatural! & Messianic VisionThe following commentary on his supernatural experience described by Warren Marcus brought my atention, "And it was like a breath came to me. And it says in Genesis that Yehovah God, it's the father who knelt over Adam, who was clay, breathed into his nostrils. And when he breathed, Adam came to life. Oh, I felt this life come into me, this incredible thing. And I said, I don't want to ever lose that sense of that. I don't want to lose this."

Immediately he mentioned this I knew what had happened in the spirit realm. Happened what happens when the 10 Chay dimensions of your life are restored!

Then Sid Roth asked him, "What does this mean to you? What difference did it make in your life?"

A person doing the Chay meditation saw with her spiritual eyes a beautiful house covered inside with wood, but hardly any windows to the outside. The antique and old furniture within the house also gave a clue that something was not spiritually aligned in this place. Nevertheless, the area felt safe, and intimacy and worship to God were evident in the house. We asked the person's spirit to try to go out of the house in a one-on-one session to walk around this spiritual dimension. Her wind spinner, the Chay Pinwheel, wasn't on the cliff. So that meant there wasn't any device to breathe the living breath of God. Evidently, the form and things of the house in the Aph dimension were manifesting a codependence with family tradition.

The Pinwheel structure was found hidden in a storage room in the house. A wall was opened with a golden pillory, and 10 angels helped to carry it out and setting it on the cliff. The breath of life was re-established in the area once the Pinwheel was in its place.

The house in the heart had more walls than windows and was more based on fear than on freedom. We renounced the idea that the heart is deceitful and prayed to accept that the heart is a beautiful place. The wrong belief was that our own heart is not trustworthy and that we could not follow what it pleased to it.

Arthur Burk has many things to write and say. He loves design, especially when it comes to words.  For me, he is a content creator and an influencer, but for most, he is a teacher, a prophet, and for some, an apostle. Arthur Burk considers himself a businessman, and he is. He has a very well-planned business called Sapphire Leadership Group (SLG). People who buy his albums, read his articles, follow his posts, and view his live streams also ask many questions. Thankfully Arthur, if he hasn't an answer, he will have something witty to say. He covers so many subjects on one single album and has so many CDs on each album, and so many albums that you won't have the time to hear all of it unless you have been walking with him for a couple of years. He is a fruitful lecturer whose word factory doesn't wear out – he cares for his SLG tribe as a traditional pastor bringing inner healing tools and critical perspectives about the spiritual climate of the time or even of the land from where he is streaming.

The four winds in the Bible act together and may do it in a spiral pattern. I imagine them like when watching a tornado, or a tropical storm from above, or even like the Pinwheel galaxy.  In some cases, they are mentioned as bringing something together, but in others as pulling them apart. 

“…I saw in my vision by night, and behold, the four winds of heaven were stirring up the great sea.”  Daniel 7:2. These four winds stirring up the sea, evidently to our logic keep their flow and power without annulling each other, creating a vortex-like swirl.

The four winds in the book of Ezekiel bring life to an army of dead bones.  Ezekiel 37:9, “Then said he unto me, Prophesy unto the wind, prophesy, son of man, and say to the wind, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Come from the four winds, O breath, and breathe upon these slain, that they may live.”

The following four winds of Jeremiah 49:36 scatter instead of bringing something together.  " And I will bring upon Elam the four winds from the four quarters of heaven. And I will scatter them to all those winds, and there shall be no nation to which those driven out of Elam shall not come. "

Zechariah 2:6-7 is about bringing zion together in one place.  "Up! Up! Flee from the land of the north, declares the LORD. For I have spread you abroad as the four winds of the heavens, declares the LORD. Up! Escape to Zion, you who dwell with the daughter of Babylon. "

The best way I can picture these four winds at work is either like a compact whirlwind or as an expanding spiral with four arms. I am inclined to think like this also because most galaxies in the universe are spiral in shape and have different arms rotating in or out of them. But the reason I have been focused on the shape of the four winds is that in the Chay revelation there is a four-arm spinner that is key to our spiritual breathing. This spinner has four arms and filters the atmosphere of the realm of heart. There is another time that the number four appears in this realm. There are four types of breaths that a person can depend on the breath of God, the breath of man, the breath of the world, and the breath of evil.

 

 

We never thought that Hebrew words found in the Torah could literally be portals to spiritual places. Even less did we know that our mental faculties could receive feedback from our human spirits when they would resonate with these dimensional places. Hebrew words are like fractal shapes that connect us to unknown worlds. They are the real sacred geometry that truly become instruments for experiencing life's living source, also known as life's source energy.

 Did we make up the idea that the heart needs air to breathe? Certainly not. The proof? One year after the Chay Prayer was received, we discover more details about the connection between breath and heart in the New Testament.  

The Chay Prayer revelation has one essential goal: to recover the needed breath of life in our heart to walk with our fundamental identity with the necessary courage. This idea was new to us in 2020  when the entire planet was dealing with the issue of breath, fear, and lockdowns. This revelation developed during this time, and today we are still confirming bits and pieces of it.

An excellent example of how breath affects the heart is found in Mathew 24:12, "And because lawlessness is increased, most people's love will become cold." NASB.

The fall of Jericho manifests spiral shape archetypes through the whole week that the Israelites encompassed the city. This is relevant to the Chay deliverance since one of the major themes of the model is to recover a four-arm wind spinner called the Chay Pinwheel. The shape of each arm and function of this Pinwheel points to the fact that it either receives or produces a spiraling breeze of breath in the spiritual heart. People who have recovered their Pinwheel and had the breath (Neshamah) of Life (Chay) infused by God have experienced an instant increase in physical energy level. Similar to what happens with water that has gone through a vortex which builds a greater capacity to receive negative ions. As our life becomes structured by the Breath of Life, our spirit grows, and negative things that before were attached to it will fall apart much faster. The Pinwheel spiral will also help maintain a more balanced state just as the spinning of a wheel helps keep the right balance.

So the following display the several cases where spirals are being created during the conquest of Jericho.

The Chay Prayer has a design that is similar to the conquest pattern that Israel made as they went into their promise land. The journey that the Israelites went from the crossing of the Jordan to the Fall of Jericho outlines the different steps in the Chay Prayer deliverance. The following is an outline of the first ten things that the Israelites did when they crossed the Jordan River. You will see they also match the 10 things the Chay Prayer model does to walk in your birthright.  

The Chay Prayer has for objective to recover the helical movement of energy (breath of life) through a four-armed spinner that brings wholeness to human life.

We know our heart pumps blood, but one of its basic functions is to send out oxygen all over our being. So it is with our spiritual heart that pumps living air into our spiritual being. Just as humanity in Adam became alive when he received air from God.

One of the most unexplored places might be your heart. And it has some surprises to reveal. One of them is its ability to breathe spiritual life on its own. Most people have lost this capacity to directly receive life from their heart, but a breath from other sources that are not theirs. The good news is that you can check this for yourself and recover the breath of life that you might be missing in order to go to the next level of spiritual success.

Our spiritual heart has a four-colored pump, an existent wind spinner that creates a spiraling breeze of air that will energize your spirit and everything in you like never before. You, your spirit, and all your being will suddenly be nurtured by a new current of abundance, spirituality, and life deep within in places you didn't know existed in you.

 

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Meditating and praying will never be so effective as when you follow the genesis chay pattern. Come and let your spirit guide you into your heart.

The chay prayer covers 10 dimensions of our life. Your spirit will help you survey the condition of these places. Through meditation and prayer you will be able to work and access things like:

-Basic notions of your formation during conception and issues at the womb

-Help your mind build hope for the future

-See your perception towards your body, and experience your substance.

-Create grounding feelings, anchoring our love within.

-Expanding our welcoming space within and nurturing it with principles of the universe.

Six areas well-assembled will help you enter a 7th dimension where your spiritual heart is and find the right balance for lasting peace inside. This in turn with your identity in place on the 8th chamber will let you move forward into your inheritance with strength, direction, and fulfillment! Praying into your Chay life through all its ten doors will uncover new and beautiful things that will make you a complete and coercive person. Yes, of course, given you clean up the house and open your arms to the new things God has for you through his living breath.

Learn more at http://Chay.Life/pray

 

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The following diagram shows a step-by-step process to clean and remove trauma memories from the body. Trauma can be stored in all body systems. Part of healing trauma wounds is to also clean stored memories in the body. The diagram below will help with the cleaning process.

The process requires knowing how to communicate with your own spirit man, the human spirit, or inner self. You can learn more about how to ask questions to your human spirit in the training course "Working with the Human Spirit in Inner Healing." You will also have exercise examples on how to develop your spirit. Click here to download the course syllabus. 

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