- Jun 29, 2021
We are likely using the same word to say different things. What I'm using it to describe is discrete spiritual beings that are not additive, but whole. Spirits with a strong connection to an element.In my experience elementals are the innate intelligences of the various elements - earth, water, fire, air, ether/wood/life
Thus every human has elementals inherent in its bodies (physical, emotional, mental, buddhic, atmic etc)
Most humans have various nature spirits that (aspire to) manage those elementals. Typically the arrangement is that each chakra has at least one managing entity - usually nature spirits, but possibly a higher deva.
Brain damage/toxicity (common in autism and dementia) can often result in some nature spirits giving up - so that the related human functionality is then primitive.
Out in nature, I mostly find nature spirits rather than elementals coming to look at me. Occasionally a landscape deva (or greater) may show some interest.
My own methodology for dealing with incoming entities is:
- measure the frequency (plane and subplane) on which they are functioning
- measure their light-dark balance
- compare them with known kingdoms
- assess point of origin: local, planetary, etc
- assess their agenda
- seek advice from known sponsors if necessary
- decide whether to cooperate with them.
Sometimes an entity arrives from a trusted source to provide some skill/awareness/function to my energy system. After a trial I often let such entities stay.
Every couple of weeks I turn out all those supernumerary entities and assess them against my latest standards. Usually half get bumped.
I personally lean away from using the word chakra, as it is originally specific to hinduism and buddhism, neither of which I profess, and it carries a lot of misunderstood baggage in the west. A lot of assumptions about something one does not understand.