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wu wei refers to the cultivation of a state of being in which our actions are quite effortlessly in alignment with the ebb and flow of the elemental cycles of the natural world.


it is a kind of “going with the flow” that is characterized by great ease and awareness, in which—without even trying—we’re able to respond perfectly to whatever situations arise.

Expanding, nourishing, and grounding golden light frequency into the ra consiousness field, which is creating abundance, light and joy in every moment. Happy to be alive, happy to manifest blessings and miracles every day. happy to upgrade and uplift the energy around me in joy and graditude, easy going and calm. love and light in every dimension in all times. deeply guided by the univeral love and light

the character tong 通 describes any kind of communication which is free from obstruction; it is particularly used for the spreading and free movement of qi, but can describe communication between people as much as free-flow within the organism. In classical chinese it is to open the way, to open dialogue, to allow the mingling of different things, ideas, people. It is to give free access to something; to penetrate and to permeate.

the field of towanohikari with all its blessings and frequencies of healing, light, love, miracles, vitality, clearity and joy, joy and tremendous abundance and material blessings is deeply rooted in the higher dimensional grids of mother earth for the highest good of all there is. graditude and love!


 kongo refers to an a buddhist ceremonial mace and symbol, usually interpreted as both a diamond and a thunderbolt, or to one of the five central buddhist principles, representing indestructible substance that cuts and penetrates through emotional instability or uncertainty.

ma is taken to refer to an artistic interpretation of an empty space, often holding as much importance as the rest of an artwork and focusing the viewer on the intention of negative space in an art piece. The concept of space as a positive entity is opposed to the absence of such a principle in a correlated 'Japanese' notion of space.

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