The first ingredient in Liberation is this enhanced and layered version of Navaratna, which is made from nine gems, each of which is burnt a hundred times in order to bring out their deeper powers. This formulation was originally made in India by Nagarjuna, an enlightened Buddhist alchemist in the third century, and was specifically designed to flush karma from the body.
It takes a year to make a batch of this as they have to burn and reburn each of the substances separately and then combine them into this formulation.
When I amplified this substance even further, I found that it goes back to unfinished events in one’s past and plays the outcome out as dreams where you see what would have happened if you had married that girl when you were 20, for example, or if you had left the country, or if you had not had that accident…
All of these states represent the ‘what if’ scenarios, which we often can’t let go of and which we ponder endlessly. If left unresolved, these ‘what ifs’ sit and fester in us, tying up energy until they are seen, brought to completion and then let go of.
Since these events did not occur, the unfinished story takes up space in our cells, a story that can never be laid to rest – unless we see it in its entirety in a dream or in a full body waking memory of that event. Then it can fall away for better or worse, and we can make peace with it as we have seen the outcome. The poisoned dart that has been sitting in our flesh can be pulled out to free up space and energy for new outcomes and fresh storylines in the present. The snake eats its tail and then the story falls away.
Now, I would argue that a lot of our karma is bound up in this and we only need to repeat lessons if we have not gone through them and resolved them.
This particular format of the Navaratna affords us the ability to finally put things to rest, often things long forgotten by the conscious mind but buried deep in the body memory and frozen in time.
Somehow this amplified version of Navaratna is able to go back to those frozen states and put them into motion. This allows them to come to completion through dreams and then fall away as they have literally been experienced in the body, not just as an idea.
I have seen this in action a number of times in myself and in others and it astounds me each time I see it work.