One of the most enjoyable areas of work that I do is to create sacred places by working with the energy lines. It has taken years of research and practical experience to reach the point at which I understand enough to be able to do this. Nearly every location has different requirements and has a different starting point. It is not just about repairing the energy grid in a location in the most favourable way but also in ensuring it is linked to the grid around it in a harmonic manner upto the point at which it can integrate with the most powerful lines in the region. This can take several days work in some cases and there are occasions when more than one energy worker is needed in order to make moves in the right order and sequence. Help is also sometimes needed with any intermediary and final anchoring as well as final activation.
If this is something you would like to have happen in an area near to you, please get in touch via the contact page. Just fill in the form and tick full geobiological survey and I will email you. Each project is evaluated on its own basis with regards to cost or donations.
The benefits that can come from a sacred space
Enhanced meditation - especially on the harmony days when the torus and vortex energy shapes appear (Main photo on this page shows an impression of this if the energies could be seen)
Increased growth in trees and vegetation
Greater varieties of visiting animal and bird life
High energised food - if grown in certain areas
Target area after energy work has been completed
This Energy line map covers an area that is around 3km by 2km. What you can see are pairs of energy lines and five nodes where the lines intersect each other. Only type 3 lines are shown here. There are several other groups of lines in this area that also had to be worked up and connected to these new nodes. As you will perhaps note there could have been several other places where nodes could have formed as there are many intersections. Only when you track all the types of lines across an area can you begin to know where to start and what questions to ask. Just because there are several lines that seem to crossover each other near to one place does not mean it is correct to bring them all together into a node. There is always a bigger picture to consider and ask about.
The map below shows how this target area had to also be bedded into and connected with the more powerful energy lines nearby. The type 4 lines and their grid also needed checking and a the local nodes also needed repairing outside of the original target area in order to complete the work. This now meant that the grid in the target area could work at maximum capacity. One thing to point out to also point out is that not all lines should necessarily run through nearby nodes. That this is so is because of the need to keep the nodes symmetrical. Without this symmetry, the node shapes (as can be seen on the main picture at the top of this page) cannot form. More information on types of nodes and energy lines can be found in my classification guide. Click here for more information.
Regional area with the target area outlined
The rectangular area in this picture outlines where the previous area sits within the regional setting. What can be seen now are the type 3 straight alignments (Leys) and not their pairs of energy lines. In addition to these alignments you can see two red lines. These are type 4 lines. In the South West corner of the map there are actually eight type 3 alignments that form a node with these two type 4 lines (Only six type 3 alignments have been shown on this map for reasons I cannot go into). There are also other types of lines that also meet at this node. Having a powerful centre of energy here that is now connected to the target area (rectangular area) is important in order to achieve maximum strength at the nodes in that area. All the nodes shown had to be repaired.
Target area before the initial mapping had been done
This map of type 3 energy lines is what was found in the target area before any work had been started. Mapping these took time and this was only this group of lines. We also had to map type 2 and type 1 lines and several type MP lines. As you can see from the map it is not easy to see a way forward and where the final nodes might be positioned. The end result that can be seen in the top picture took over 5 days for myself and my colleague to complete.
If you would like to see if it is possible to have a sacred place on your land or even just have a location check, please make contact with me via this website via the contact page.