Are you tuning in to the Ninth Wave?

This is a brief post designed to pass on an article by Dr. Carl Calleman which explains more articulately than I could how and why it is important to consciously work at tuning into the Ninth Wave. This is something I realise I have been doing for some time (as shared in my post Using the Nine Waves to Heal Your Life) but then I can also confirm that since reading Dr. Calleman’s book The Nine Waves of Creation, which has enabled me to track the rhythms of the wave (using the Nine Waves Calculator) I have not only been able to notice the way my natural rhythms track the day (peak) and night (trough) phases of the wave but also to work consciously with those trends. As Dr. Calleman so articulately explains, when you know that you are in a daytime phase of the Ninth Wave you can be sure that your “projects towards unity consciousness will have wind on their backs and this is true also if your project is simply yourself and your way of being in the world”.

Yes, in my personal experience, I have found this to be so…also that the night phases can feel like a deep-dive into themes related to lower frequency waves and yet this is not necessarily in a negative way when you know it is likely to occur and opt to work with this trend. In fact, (somewhat like the plunge into the historic themes discussed in my last post Testament of One) it can feel like an opportunity to do some housekeeping where matters related to “the past” (in its broadest sense) could use some creases ironing out or where lessons from that wave could be brought forward to inform the move towards unity consciousness that I am progressing with during the day phases.

To me, the night times can feel exactly like deep diving into the shadowy depths of the ocean to retrieve a pearl from the bottom of the seabed. By consciously shining the torch of the ninth wave perspective onto these “old” themes when they attract my attention (as they invariably do) during the night phases, I then find I can bring back with me what is most important to extract from them, ready for the next daytime phase to begin over again. Each time I take that plunge, it feels a little more like I am cutting to the chase of finding what is most important to retain from any past experience rather than getting lost in the mire of so much (personal or collective) history. In other words, I notice how I am getting far slicker and more adept at diving in to obtain what is most important or useful and then getting out again, before history’s more persistent lower vibe themes get to attach to my leg and tug me back in, as it were. I quite-often write about these themes and revisited experiences as my way of processing through them whilst sharing what feels useful, yet I seldom dwell on them once I feel I have extracted the pearl and this has been quite a learning curve since reading Calleman’s book, which enabled me to appreciate history in this new way.

The transition phase from day to night or even night to day can feel somewhat like turbulence, energetically speaking and yet the interrelationship between one and the other (and ways they work together, like two sides of the same coin) are becoming more and more apparent. Even then, the day phases do feel easier to navigate and more productive in a forward-momentum kind-of way…like opening up the sails of a boat once more, ready to glide across a smooth surface in a much more favourable wind.

I have also found that the very rhythms of my work and the degree of interaction I have with other people varies profoundly between the day and nighttime phases of the wave and so knowing how to play the system, you could say, is something that not only benefits me but those I have interactions with…especially if I am able to have open discussion with them about the Ninth Wave and its 36 day undulations. This is key and so I would say that for anyone in collaboration or any kind of conversation with others about unity consciousness, being agents of change (at any level, be that personal or global), about new paradigm living and the future of this planet, this article is such a useful way to explain how the wave operates and can be harnessed in ways that will ensure everyone involved in these projects is on the same page…in fact, I would say it is essential to gain the forward momentum that conscious evolution requires.

Suffice to say, here is Carl’s excellent article for you to read for yourself: The 36 Day Period of the Ninth Wave – The Purpose of Celebrating April 18, May 24, etc

About Helen White

Helen White is a full-time professional artist (painting moments of everyday radiance in oil on canvas), a photographer, product designer and published writer with several blogs, on various topics, to her name. Light on Art is her art-related blog sharing recent artworks and inspiration.Living Your Whole Life is a health and lifestyle blog sharing all the many highlights of learning how to transform your health and wellbeing (spiralling out of ten years recovering from fibromyalgia). Spinning the Light is a very broad-based platform of self-discovery where she explores the everyday alchemy that is available to all beings just as soon as they open up to life's fullest potential.Helen White Photography is a portal for sharing her Fine Art photographs which are available as Limited Edition prints.
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