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The 'sound' of Continuance and how to use it.

The Sound of Continuance

ONA teaches and supports consciousness in all you do. The Sound of Continuance can trigger dynamic changes in one's life—whether he or she has had this Workshop or not! Because it would not be supportive to trigger such changes in the life of a person who had not consciously agreed to experience them, we ask that you not share this Sound with people who haven’t had this Workshop. After all, they wouldn’t be conscious of the possible effects, and would not have received the techniques for dealing with them..

Do share other information you learn here.

ALA-EMISHA

ALA-EMISHA: This sound starts the process of integration then flows on as Continuance. Through this, the gates are open and a continual flow of fine pure spiritual energy is pored upon the physical worlds. This is the concept of continuance. It includes all within it. This symbol states that the beginning is beginning again, that it brings the remembrance of existing as a continuum. From this place the real is present. What was joined is now a reality. In ancient times the golden ray was understood to be the continuing of all things and beings. The golden thread is never severed. It joins all fields and Inner Aspects together in the present moment while intimating that the most expanded Self is joined to realization.

ALA EMISHA
As it was it is The reality has come
The beginning is beginning again What is real is present
Coming together as ongoing Actuality that is rooted in now
The power to exist here and there at once The things of now are real

The sound of this System relates to joining all of the energies of the physical universe together as an integrated whole, It forwards the concept of continuity through a new realization of actuality and NOW. We are becoming whole in the present moments of life! Chanting or directing this sound consciously brings forth and promotes Coninuance.

The driving force of All That Is finds that it can continue best from where it came as all things in the physical universe find that when they have had their stay in the physical placement in life, the components that went into making them whole can return to heighten the experience beyond all imagine measure. AL-EMISHA forwards the concepts of coming back into the Whole.

This is not just a new beginning. It is a higher augmentation of what has come before it. Here we learn an additional lesson to add to what was known already. Al-EMISHA has transcended and is now the power we have gained to exist in all that is who we are being and allows and invites us to keep on learning and spiraling ever onward to higher and more expanded places within ourselves.

We are living more in WE consciousness then ever before. What is different is that each of us are still strong and continuous aspects of a whole. NOW is expanded to include more of the past and future. AL-EMISHA promotes NOW consciousness and forwards Continuance along these lines. We are aware of the past, but not prisoners of it. We are aware of the future without fearing or pining for it. We begin to see what can be from being in NOW!

Picture the sound of Al-EMISHA as presenting a continual presence of wholeness in your life and to all those to whom you apply this sound. Make use of it with all of the techniques you have learned and will learn to bring people into the present moment. From this place all healing is more direct and occurs more quickly.

Direct this sound at photos of people, places and things you wish to have this energy reach; or envision them in your mind as being integrated and more whole. One word of advice on this: a person who has not remembered themselves as a spiritual being may find it harder to come into the NOW with this energy. It is not that they cannot! It just takes more passes, sessions or attempts. They may have gone further down in vibration and the finer subtler energies may not reach their consciousness right away. As with all these energies, discernment of what a person, place or thing best needs as their next step is always the best!

ALA-EMISHA In Our World

Ala (also known as Ani, Ana, Ale, and Ali in varying Igbo dialects) is the female Alusi (deity) of the earth, morality, death, and fertility in Odinani. She is the most important Alusi in the Igbo pantheon. In Odinani, Ala rules over the underworld which holds the deceased ancestors in her womb. Her name literally translates to 'Ground' in the Igbo language, denoting her powers over the earth and her status as the ground itself. Ala is considered the highest Alusi in the Igbo pantheon and was the first Alusi created by Chukwu, God almighty. Ala's husband is Amadioha, the sky god. Ala in Telugu, an Indian language, means a sea wave.

We could not go on here without noting that ALA is like the term Allah, which is derived from a contraction of the Arabic definite article al- "the" and alih "deity, god" to al-lih meaning "the sole deity, God" (ὁ θεὸς μόνος, ho theos monos). Names that are similar to "Allah" exist in other Semitic languages, including Hebrew and Aramaic. Biblical Hebrew mostly uses the plural form (but functional singular) Elohim. The corresponding Aramaic form would be, alaha ܐܠܗܐ and in Biblical Aramaic and EAlâhâ ܐܲܠܵܗܵܐ , in Syriac this term is used by the Assyrian Church, both meaning simply "God". In the Sikh scriptures, Guru Granth Sahib, the term Allah (Punjabi: ਅਲਹੁ) is used 46 times respectively.

Emisha is similar to the Sanskrit name Amisha अमीषा meaning honest and truthful. Emisha, as a name, has created a practical, responsible, stable nature, and a desire to direct the efforts of others rather than to take order or ask permission. It bestows a determined, self-reliant, capable nature and desires no interference, although it shows a desire to help there is an inclination to become involved in the lives and decisions of other people. Those with this name like to make their own decisions and to be the master of your domain. Here there is tact and understanding.

In Russian The name Misha is related to the name Michael which means "Who is like God".

Practice

It's particularly important that you practice saying this Sound…but not so that others can hear. Remember, it can bring up issues of Continuance which often manifest as poor integration; remember, techniques such as The Acceptance Technique, as described in this Workshop, can be used to catch any manifesting issues and resolve them before they become serious.