Tenets of Kabira Energetics
The following thirteen Tenets are the foundational aspects of Kabira Energetics, under which the Kabira School of Energy operates.
- Each of us is here to know our own truth and freedom, and each person is a co-creator in their own reality. A person’s greatest power is their ability to meet themselves within, and witness how their field changes. As an extension, they can then witness their whole reality changing.
- Energetic Work is in essence, a practice of self-empowerment and self-responsibility. So, an energy worker’s role is to support self-empowerment and self-responsibility—not to tell themselves or others what to think, feel, or do, but to instead connect with and own the truth within.
- Any person willing to put honest effort into developing their latent senses, their feeling selves, their perceptiveness, can connect with the true core of their being.
- People are indoctrinated with lifetimes of collective thoughts and feelings that aren’t their own truths from within. Lifelong efforts are necessary to see clearly what we unconsciously carry, believe, and act out.
- Energetic work involves learning to be present, feeling more fully, and tapping into our latent abilities to perceive accurately. Most of us are inhibited from a young age because the world does not encourage these abilities. Often trauma experiences suppress a person’s ability to perceive, even further.
- Each person’s energy system is unique. It is an energy worker’s responsibility to develop their perceptiveness of others’ systems, because sensitivity without perceptiveness can lead to imposing unseen biases and patterns onto others (the opposite of being helpful).
- We are inter-dimensional beings.
- Energy workers understand that everything is connected – from the mental, emotional, psychological, physical, to the inter-dimensional, and that this interconnectedness is what creates our realities, inside and out.
- We understand our own capacity to split, fragment, hide, and disassociate, out of self-preservation. We recognize when we’ve “left,” and why and how to bring ourselves back. Committing to our own embodiment, pleasure and Soul Purpose is part of this work.
- Part of self-healing work is understanding one’s own capacity and habit to fragment, hide, and dissociate. Energy workers learn to understand when and why this happens for them, and how to bring themselves back to center.
- The beginning of all healing work is first learning safety, ground, and how to come home to oneself.
- It’s an energy worker’s responsibility to get comfortable with the “I don’t know” mind. Not knowing is necessary for accurate and complete perception.
- We are infinite and in this together as a People and as a Planet.
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