Journeys Through Nine Dimensions
Barbara Hand Clow & Gerry Clow
Pleiadian Agenda Activations / Journeys through Nine Dimension
Imagine you have never read or heard of Barbara Hand Clow, and you find yourself
sitting in an audience at a workshop a friend of yours insisted that you attend.
Or you're a fan of Barbara, who finally gets to see her for the first time.
The workshop is generally in four parts. The first evening (usually on Friday),
Barbara opens our minds to topics of current importance, whether they be global
news or astrological influences. She approaches these as a Pleiadian, and students
quickly realize that how she teaches is as important and what she teaches. "Don't
worry about taking notes," she will often say, followed by, "Let this information
sink in wherever it wants to go in your mind; you'll remember it when you need to."
She is joyful and loves to crack jokes, in typical Pleiadian fashion. For those
of you who have read The Pleiadian Agenda, you'll
recognize "Satya" right away as she makes irreverant and brilliant comments, typical
of a fully realized, multi-dimensional being. Gerry Clow, her husband and long-time
partner, complements her teachings with insights and meditations on how to receive
these teachings in our bodies, drawing on his experiences as a hands-on spiritual
healer, trained in Polarity Therapy and Craniosacral Therapy.
The morning session concludes with another form of learning how to be more
present. Barbara teaches students to balance the six-polarities, using a diagram
of a wheel with twelve slices or "houses". The polarities are: self/other, ground/purify,
link/spirit, feel/power, create/give away, be here now/bliss out. She explains how
each polarity works, has each student check to see if he or she is off in any one
or more of the polarities, and then gives us a technique for correcting the imbalance.
The final episode of the workshop, (following the ceremony on the same day,
or on the morning of the third day) is often the best because the students become
the teachers. Sitting together in full circle, each student shares his/her experience
of the day before. One by one, they tell who they are, why they came, and what happened.
Gerry and Barbara monitor the process, responding when and where necessary, and
making sure each person has time to speak in the time allotted. Previously strangers
to each other, suddenly the group becomes bonded, intimate, a family. Students discover
someone else from the same hometown or the same profession; someone sitting directly
across the circle may mirrors the experience of another in a way that could not
be seen until the other spoke. Those who sit instinctively on each of the four cardinal
directions take on additional roles as teachers as they reflect the energy of those
directions. What is said is real, personal, powerful, moving, often hilarious as
well, and the words resound long after the circle is completed.
In summary, why would you, or anyone, come to such a workshop?
The following is a sample of what students say after the experience is over.
"I used to be in those other dimensions, but not in my body. Now, I'm anchoring
an aspect of myself in 3D. . . This is the first time I'm happy being in my body."