Good Vibes Holistic Therapies
Avalonian & Celtic Systems
- One in-depth guide to the system
- One attunement guide with lots of great ideas on how to best prepare yourself, including how to make your own Chi Balls!
- You will receive all attunements sent by Chi Ball or 'real time' appointment
- One emailed certificate
- Your lineage
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GVHT Avalonian & Celtic Systems by Raine & Philip Hilton
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Faery Queen Morgan Le Fey Wand Healing System - £20
This is a beautiful empowerment channelled by Raine & Philip Hilton to aid in your connection and work with Faery Queen Morgan Le Fey. This attunement is not only an energetic connection to Morgana, but within the pages of this manual she reveals her own method of Faery wand healing. This is the first time this information has ever been revealed. To say we are both excited about this attunement is an understatement. It is something which we know will become commonplace within Faery healing practitioner circles within a short time. This is the Faery healing system brought to us by no less than a High Queen of Faery. This honours The Bright Ones and offers us all a very real hope of a connection to The Fey.
Within the pages of this manual you will find the following:
- A brand new channelled communication from Morgana (Morgan Le Fey)
- A complete healing system utilising the wand. Includes – wand introduction, wand washing, wand sealing and using The Elven Star.
- Elemental wand balancing
- The anatomy of a wand
- Original encounters with The Fey
- Raine & Martin Hilton’s encounters with The Faery.
Avalonian & Celtic Systems by other Channellers
Arianrhod Empowerment - £10
('Silver Wheel') Major Welsh Goddess. A star goddess. Her palace was called Caer Arianrhod (Aurora Borealis), Goddess of time and karma. Mother aspect of the Triple Goddess in Wales. Goddess of beauty, the Moon, fertility and reincarnation. Mother of Llew Llau Gyffes by her brother Gwydion. Her consort Nwyvre ('Sky, Space, Firmament') has survived in name only. Caer Arianrhod is the circumpolar stars, to which souls withdraw between incarnations, she is thus a Goddess of reincarnation. Honoured at the Full Moon.
Celtic Moon-Mother Goddess called the Silver Wheel that Descends into the Sea. Daughter of the Mother Goddess Don and her consort Beli. She is ruler of Caer Sidi, a magical realm in the north. She was worshiped as priestess of the moon. The benevolent silver sky-lady came down from her pale white chariot in the heavens to watch more closely over the tides she ruled. Arianrhod is said to be able to shapeshift into a large Owl, and through the great Owl-eyes, sees even into the darkness of the human subconscious and soul. The Owl symbolizes death and renewal, wisdom, moon magick, and initiations. She is said to move with strength and purpose through the night, her wings of comfort and healing spread to give solace to those who seek her.
The Azure Ray of Avalon - £10
Founder Joanna Mullane
Blodeuwedd Empowerment - £10
In Celtic Myth the Goddess has three major aspects: the maiden, the mother and the crone. These three represent the three stages in life of a woman. Blodeuwedd is the flower maiden, Arianrhod represents the mother and The Morrigu at last is the crone. These three aspects of the Celtic goddess may have different names in different regions and regional legends. For example, Morrigan also takes the mother role at times.
Blodeuwedd in a Cymric (Welsh) goddess an heroine known from the Mabiniogi of Math mab Mathonwy where she was created from flowers as a wife to Lleu. But she was unfaithful and plotted her husband's death. As a punishment the wizard Gwydion turned her into an owl, forever fated to shun the light of day.
Blodeuwedd was created from nine types of flowers: oak, meadowsweet, broom, cockle, bean, nettle, chestnut, primrose, and hawthorn; thus she is in and of herself magical, being a nine-fold maiden. By definition she is a spring goddess, the maiden aspect of the Triple Goddess. Rules Over: Flowers, wisdom, lunar mysteries, initiations.
Branwen Empowerment - £10
Her name indicates that she was a Raven goddess, and thus a goddess of battle, though the epithet 'blessed' also indicates that she, like her brother, Bran might also have been a psychopomp (transporter of the spirits of the departed to the otherworld)
Brigit Empowerment - £10
Celtic Goddess of Fire, Brigit, is a Solar and Lunar being. Myth and legends cover centuries in time and it is said that she was so beloved that the Irish, wanting to preserve this Druid Goddess after Christianity, incorporated her into Christian Legend. Known by many names; Brigantia in England, Bride in Scotland and Bridandu in Wales and France, Brigt is said to have been the daughter of Dagda. She is of the Tuantha De Danaan race. Irish mythology reveals the Dagda to be the ‘father-god’. He was married to a triple Goddess himself and there is one belief that he had three daughters of the Dagda’. Brighid the Goddess is a female sage and a woman of wisdom.
On the day she was born a bright pillar of light came from her brow and connected to the heavens. Neighbours and surrounding towns could see the light and thought the house was on fire. She was thereafter connected with the power of the sun.
Cailleach Empowerment - £10
'Old Woman' 'Crone' ''Duineach'' 'The Popular' 'Many Followers'. Her properties include: Crone Aspect of the Great Goddess, Creator of Storms : Goddess of Sovereignty Associated Season: Winter from Samhain to Imbolc Associated Herbs, Trees & Fungi: Alder and Yew
The Cailleach Beara is one of the oldest living mythological beings associated with Ireland. She is usually associated with Munster in particular Kerry and Cork. She is considered a goddess of sovereignty giving the kings the right to rule their lands usually appearing as an old woman who asks a hero to sleep with her, if the hero agrees to sleep with the old hag she then transforms into a beautiful woman. This is similar to the Morrigan who appeared to the hero Diarmuid O Duibne as a hag who asked him to carry her over the river, he complies and is rewarded by her. The Cailleach Beara is ever-renewing and passes through many lifetimes going from old age to youth in a cyclic fashion. She is reputed to have had at least fifty foster children during her 'lives'. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren formed the tribes of Kerry and its surroundings.
The Book of Lecan (c.1400 a.d.) claims that the Cailleach Beara was the goddess of the Corcu Duibne people from the Kerry region. In Scotland the Cailleach Bheur serves a similar purpose as the personification of Winter she has a blue face, and is born old at Samhain (Nov 1st) but grows ever younger over time until she is a beautiful maiden at Beltane (May 1st).
Camelot Avalon Empowerment - £10
Camelot is the legendary centre of King Arthur's realm. The story of King Arthur and Camelot is a well recognized legend throughout the world. Camelot is a dream city, a Utopia, King Arthur's Personal capital where he dispenses justice, hosts feasts, and surrounds himself with brave knights. Camelot has come to be associated more with the values Camelot is believed to have represented than an actual place. The romances depict the city of Camelot as standing along a river, downstream from Astolat. It is surrounded by plains and forests, and its magnificent cathedral, St. Stephen's, is the religious centre for Arthur's Knights of the Round Table.
There Arthur and Guinevere are married and there are the tombs of many kings and knights. In a mighty castle stands the Round Table; it is here that Galahad conquers the Siege Perilous, and where the knights see a vision of the Holy Grail and swear to find it. Jousts are held in a meadow outside the city. In the Romance of Palamedes and other works, the castle is eventually destroyed by King Mark of Cornwall after the loss of Arthur at the Camlann. However maddening to later scholars searching for Camelot's location, its imprecise geography serves the romances well, as Camelot becomes less a literal place than a powerful symbol of Arthur's court and universe.
Celtic Reiki 1 - 2 -3/Master - £25
Celtic Reiki is a variation of Usui Reiki, which uses vibrations of the earth and specific trees and shrubs in order to create an environment suitable for healing and manifestation. The Reiki energy mimics the frequency of various trees and plants so as to work in accordance with channelled and Celtic wisdom. As Celtic Reiki is an earth energy Reiki, it is channelled up through the base chakra, rather than down through the crown (Which is case with Usui Reiki). This makes it similar in some ways to Kundalini Reiki, although Celtic Reiki does not act on the Kundalini. Instead, it produces results akin to traditional Usui Reiki, although these are influenced considerably by the energy techniques of the Celts.
The Attunement Process:
For the purposes of this Celtic Reiki course the energies will be passed via three attunements
*The first will introduce the new energies and prepare the student for the later ones.
*The second attunement will work with manifestation energies
*The third with healing and master energies. In addition to the symbols and descriptions
Each section will incorporate aspects of Reiki, Celtic wisdom and detailed instructions for use.
Celtic Wisdom - £15
The 10 symbols forming the Celtic Wisdom Energy System were channelled following a visit to Croft Moraig, a megalithic site comprised of three concentric stone circles near Aberfeldy in Perthshire, Scotland. Croft Moraig translates from Gaelic as the ‘Field of Mary’ and is believed to be situated on an energy ley-line alignment with the ‘Praying Hands of Mary’, a megalithic standing stone 15 miles away in Glenlyon.
The symbols stem from Celtic wisdom and are largely Goddess symbols in origin. This beautiful energy system is highly balancing and grounding, and assists us in connecting with our true nature and place in the Universe. It will help release untapped potential, promote balance and tranquillity in our lives, and brings all those who are attuned to it the energy of unconditional love.
Cerridwen Empowerment - £10
Cerridwen is one of the Old Ones, one of the great megalithic pre-Christian Goddesses of the Celtic World. Although, in her story, she embodies all three lunar aspects of the Goddess, Maiden, Mother and Crone, she is primarily worshipped in her Crone aspect, by and through her Cauldron of Wisdom, Inspiration, Rebirth and Transformation. The cauldron has an intimate association with femininity together with the cave, the cup and the chalice, and the association of femininity with justice, wisdom and intelligence goes back to very ancient times. Cerridwen was originally worshipped by the people of Wales. It is told that she lived on an island, in the middle of Lake Tegid, named after her husband, with her two children, a beautiful daughter, Creidwy, and a very ugly son, Afagdu.
To compensate her son for his unfortunate appearance, Cerridwen brewed a magical formula which would make Afagdu the most brilliant and inspired of men. For a year and a day, she kept six herbs simmering in her magical cauldron, known as "Awen", under the constant care of a boy named Gwion. One day, while Gwion was stirring the cauldron, a few drops of the bubbling liquid spattered on his hand. Unthinkingly, and in pain, Gwion, sucked his burned hand, and suddenly he could hear everything in the world and understood all the secrets of the past and future.
With his newly enchanted foresight Gwion knew how angry Cerridwen would be when she found he had acquired the inspiration meant for her son. He ran away, but Cerridwen pursued him. Gwion changed into a hare, and Cerridwen chased him as a greyhound; he changed into a fish, and Cerridwen pursued him as an otter; he became a bird, and she flew after him as a hawk; finally, he changed into a grain of corn, and Cerridwen, triumphant, changed into a hen, and ate him. When Cerridwen resumed her human form, she conceived Gwion in her womb, and, nine months later, gave birth to an infant son, whom she, in disgust, threw into the water of a rushing stream. He was rescued by a Prince, and grew into the great Celtic bard, Taliesin.
Danu Empowerment - £10
Flowing Mother of Abundance
Danu is thought to be the great mother of the race of the Tuatha De Danaan, the ancient tribe of the Celtic people. Legend indicates she greatly influenced them, nurtured them, even imparted her magic and esoteric wisdom to them. She is the great goddess of flowing rivers and the life force that they bring to the earth. She is associated with agriculture, cultivation, and the nurturing of the land. She represents the cycle of life, death, and rebirth, as demonstrated by the plants of the natural world, just as the humble acorn buried in the ground becomes the mighty sacred oak tree.
She is a lover and a giver; she sees a small band of weary warriors and their families dredged up on northernmost island shores. It takes a goddess of compassion to want to nurture a broken people back to strength. She is a goddess who recognizes potential. In spite of their incredible fighting skills, these were a pretty common people. The Celtic goddess Danu exhibits discerning judgment when she chose to share herself and her gifts to these people. She knew talent when she saw it (even in its raw, unrevealed form). Her properties include; Mother Goddess, Fertility, Abundance & Protection.
Epona Empowerment - £10
Mother horse goddess of Earth, Epona was invoked often, but more frequently during the equinoxes to bring about smooth passage of the seasons (both physically and philosophically). Epona is the Celtic goddess called to honor equinox ceremonies; reinforcing her power to deftly deal with transitions. As an Earth goddess, she is hailed for her grounding nature, particularly needed during times of crisis or flux in life. Always depicted upon a horse. Epona would also serve as the guardian of new life. She would welcome safe arrival of new babies as well as new crops.
The goddess Epona was revered and worshiped by the ancient Celtic people as a loving protector of horses, donkeys and other animals. Commonly represented as a horse figure, a mare and foal or as a woman on horseback, she was also a goddess of fertility, re-birth and abundance. Although originally a Celtic goddess, she was eventually accepted by the Romans who saw her more as a protector of their cavalry. She can fit into so many aspects of our lives. She is the goddess of dreams not only of the sleeping kind but the dreams of hope and ambition. She can be helpful in manifesting dreams and is a good protector to have when venturing on a new path in life. A prayer or invocation can be offered to her if one is having trouble sleeping or wishes to have insightful or peaceful dreams. She is a nurturing caregiver and can be called upon as a protector of families, children and women who are about to give birth.
Epona is also good to turn to when seeking positive blessings and prosperity. She is good to call upon during dark, difficult times in life such as grief and loss and can offer guidance that is gentle and loving in nature. Roses are a wonderful offering to leave on your altar for the goddess Epona as are rose petals or rose incense. Sandalwood incense can also be used as an offering. When burning a candle for Epona, the most common color associated with her is white.
Excalibur Reiki - £10
The Holy Grail is generally considered to be the cup from which Christ drank at the Last Supper and the one used by Joseph of Arimathea to catch his blood as he hung on the cross. In Christian beliefs, the Holy Grail was the dish, plate, or cup used by Jesus at the Last Supper, said to possess miraculous powers. The connection of Joseph of Arimathea with the Grail legend dates from Robert de Boron's Joseph d'Arimathie (late 12th century) in which Joseph receives the Grail from an apparition of Jesus and sends it with his followers to Great Britain.
Building upon this theme, later writers recounted how Joseph used the Grail to catch Christ's blood while interring him and that in Britain he founded a line of guardians to keep it safe. The quest for the Holy Grail makes up an important segment of the Arthurian cycle. The legend may combine Christian lore with a Celtic myth of a cauldron endowed with special powers.
The quest for a divine vessel was a popular theme in Arthurian legend long before medieval writers introduced the Holy Grail to British mythology. It appears in the Mabinogion tale of Culhwch and Olwen, but particularly well-known is the story of the Preiddeu Annwfn or "Spoils of the Otherworld" as recounted by Taliesin. Arthur and his warriors sail off to the Celtic Otherworld to capture the pearl-rimmed Cauldron of Annwfn: like the grail it was a giver of plenty, but also of prophecy. It was at last discovered at Caer-Siddi (or Wydyr), an island bound castle of glass, where it was guarded by nine divine maidens; but the ensuing perils were too much for even Arthur's men. The mission was abandoned and only seven of their number returned home.
Throughout Norman and Christian Arthurian legend, 'The Quest for the Holy Grail', or 'The Grail', is a search for a magical cup which brings enlightenment brought by Joseph of Arimathea to Britain. A few stories tell of the cup being brought by angels from heaven and given to sacred Knights, perhaps the Knights of the Round Table, or their earlier counterparts. Only the pure were said to have been able to approach the cup, anyone else approaching it would simply see it disappear before their eyes.
Yet if we re-examine the ancient Welsh references to a sacred vessel, we find that it is the Cauldron that offers immortality and wisdom to those who drink from it. Taliesin described the drops, or liquid, from the Cauldron as being able to provide a person with the ability to see – The Past, The Present, and The Future.'
Isle of Avalon Empowerment - £10
Founder: Elizabeth Hibel
Avalon is a place rich in tradition & mystery. Much has been written about Avalon. Most scholars agree that Avalon was a sort of spiritual centre dating from very ancient times. Its tight association with the historical site of Arthurian legends draws us to the Celtic Britain, where clues of Avalonian's existence began to emerge from the mists. From time immemorial, the Isle of Avalon, in the Summerland (Somerset, England), has been home to the Goddess.
King Arthur Empowerment was founded by Elizabeth “Midnightowl” Hibel and is part of the LightWorker Series. The following is from her manual:
King Arthur is the figure at the heart of the Arthurian legends. He is said to be the son of Uther Pendragon and Igraine of Cornwall. King Arthur defeated the barbarians in a dozen battles, conquered a wide empire and eventually went to war with the Romans. He returned home on learning that his nephew Mordred had raised the standard of rebellion and taken Guinevere, the queen. After landing, his final battle took place. The saga built up over the centuries and Celtic traditions of Arthur reached the Continent via Brittany. In this, we are told of Arthur's conception when Uther approached Igraine who was made, by Merlin's sorcery, to resemble her husband. The child was given to Ector to be raised in secret. After Uther's death there was no king ruling all England. Merlin had placed a sword in a stone, saying that whoever drew it out would be king.
Arthur did so and Merlin had him crowned. This led to a rebellion be eleven rulers which Arthur put down. He married Guinevere whose father gave him the Round Table as a dowry. In the war against the Romans, Arthur defeated the Emperor Lucius and became emperor himself. However, his most illustrious knight, Lancelot, became enamoured of Guinevere. The Quest for the Holy Grial began and Lancelot's intrigue with the Queen came to light. Lancelot fled and Guinevere was sentenced to death. Lancelot rescued her and took her to hisrealm. This led Arthur to crossing the channel and making war on his former knight. While away from Britain, he left Mordred in charge. Mordred rebelled and Arthur returned to quell him. This led to Arthur's last battle on Salisbury Plain, where he slew Mordred, but was himself gravely wounded. Arthur was then carried off in a barge, saying he was heading for the vale of Avalon. Some said he never died, but would one day return. However, his grave was supposedly discovered at Glastonbury in the reign of Henry II (1154-89)
Knights of the Round Table Avalon Empowerment - £10
The knights in Arthur’s company became known as the “Knights of the Round Table”. These knights were heroes, renowned for their strength and courage, and for their skill in combat and warfare. They swore to protect the king and the kingdom.
Unlike medieval military orders, Arthur had never established rules and heraldic designs upon his knights. Each wore designs of their own choice often wearing one of the colours, the most common being white, black, red, green and blue.
The Round Table was founded in patience, humility and meekness and lived by a strict courteous and respectful code of conduct.
Founder: Elizabeth Hibel
Lady of the Lake Empowerment was founded by Elizabeth “Midnightowl” Hibel and is part of the LightWorker Series. The following is from her manual:
“Would you please allow me to introduce myself. You may know me as Nimue, Nineve, Niniane, Vivien or Viviane, and you might also know me as the "Lady of the Lake". But I am only one of many high priestesses of the Goddess, which were all called "Lady of the Lake". It is a title like the "Merlin". The reason why you might have heard of me was because I was the aunt to a very famous king, Arthur, for whom I had high expectations.
“My mother was also Lady of the Lake, but she died very young. So we were raised by the very young but already wise Taliesin. I and my two sisters all loved him, but I was the oldest, so I came to know him somewhat better than my younger sisters. As the eldest I followed my mother as the Lady of the Lake - the High Priestess of the Goddess. I worked together with Morgaine and the Merlin my nephew Arthur on the throne.”
Marian Empowerment - £10
Merlin (Taliesin) Empowerment was founded by Elizabeth “Midnightowl” Hibel and is part of the LightWorker Series. The following is from her manual:
"My name is Taliesin, but I am generally known by my function as both bard and druid – the Merlin of Britain – especially in connection to the court of King Arthur. There were a lot of stories told about my birth, but it is true, that I was found as a child by prince Elphin, the son of Lord Gwyddno Garanhir of Ceredigion. He was the one who gave me the name “Taliesin” which means “Radiant brow”.”
Morrigan Empowerment - £10
The Morrígan is a goddess of battle, strife, and fertility, life and death. Her name translates as 'Phantom Queen,' She therefore had a habit of appearing to the great heroes when their life was in danger. Cúchulainn's divine grandfather the Dagda made love to the Morrigan in a story of creation and conflict. Cuchulainn himself encountered the Morrigan in a variety of forms; she appeared as a woman with streaming long red hair, red eyebrows, wearing a long red cloak and carrying a grey spear riding in a chariot. She could change her shape at will. Cúchulainn did not recognize her as a goddess and spurned her amorous intentions she then harassed him in battle. She also appeared as an old crone. Her most well recognized form was that of a black crow who was her totem bird.
The Morrigan was the High Queen and goddess of the Tuatha De Dannen, who watched over the welfare and warfare of that fairy folk while they against the Firbolg people for the soil of Ireland. She is prophetess of all misfortune in battle and has knowledge of the fate of humanity. She is also the messenger of death as the dark lady/washer at the ford: Morrigan is seen washing bloody laundry prior to battle by those destined to die. Her personality is associated with the sometimes frightening aspects of female energy. As a protectress she empowers an individual to confront challenges with great personal strength, even against seemingly overwhelming odds. She may be a Goddess of battle, strife and fertility but like all the Celtic Goddesses, she is neither totally evil nor good. She is a balance. Like the Greek Goddess Athena, the Morrigan often steps in to wage justifiable war. She is called upon by warriors, and if she agrees with their battle and motives, she aids them.
Wisdom of Merlin - £5.99
System Originator - Andrea Baginski
Merlin is known for being a teacher and mentor of King Arthur of Great Britain. He was also a Druid and he knew all about the laws of nature, Mother Earth, plants, animals, crystals, the sky, the stars and the trees.
This empowerment will help to connect you with Merlin on a deeper level and if you are ready, he will teach you the Magickal knowledge and wisdom that will help you on your path.
Once you have been attuned to this system, you will have a stronger connection with Merlin and you will also be able to pass this attunement on to others.
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