Understanding the ecological and evolutionary function of animals requires moving beyond mainstream scientific language to a more integrative vibrational language. This vibrational language takes into account the spectrum of cosmic and embodied intelligences as well as recent holographic insights as to the nature of consciousness.
The lions and lionesses hold the most integrative and evolved forms of consciousness of land animals on the planet. As apex predators, they have internalised and metabolised all other aspects of creation into their internal physiological environment. They have evolved a harmonious, energetic structure where each part of the holographic fabric of life has its accurate place in the microcosmic holographic internal environment of the lion and lioness. Visibly, their golden or white golden fur reflect and embody this integrative, radiant vibration.
From a vibrational perspective the lions can be seen as being in constant listening and communicating mode with the environment. They listen and communicate in a way that cultivates the most harmonious dynamic and flourishing ecological balance so that all unique differentiated parts of the interconnected whole can thrive.
When the lions and lionesses live in freedom in their natural habitat, they receive complex holographic environmental information, metabolize it within themselves, balance the imbalances and integrate the new information into ever increasing, rich, golden vibrational radiance. They then transmit that informational frequency throughout the environment so that all beings may flourish. Despite their power, the lions and lionesses take no more than they need at any given time. They thus ensure the full vitality of all the different parts of the eco-system, without prejudice or privilege. This is one of the qualities shown in myths about lions and it is the evidence that we also witness in nature.
Where lions thrive other species thrive. The lions and lionesses have created within themselves these exquisite harmonious internal eco-systems that access and balance the different dimensions of life on the planet. They process the shifts in the environment, harmonize these shifts within themselves as much as possible, and then transmit the vibration of “harmony in diversity” to the surroundings. To serve this regulatory function for the planet they need to roam freely. When lions roam freely, fauna and flora are in balance. Given the planet functions as an interconnected living eco-system, the freedom of the lions and lionesses to roam freely as nature intended is crucial for our global well-being.
The lion population is under serious threat due to the horrific canned lion industry. It is an imperative for human survival, morality and evolution to ensure that the lions and lionesses roam freely in order to restore the sacred balance of life to the planet.
This information about the lions and lionesses was inspired by a visit to TsauBy Shelley Ostroff
Published March 7, 2014 by Shelley Ostroff and Together In Creation
Distressed by the suffering humans are causing each other, animals and the planet, I spent many years exploring diverse healing paths and solution oriented programs.The journey led to the development of a holistic approach for nurturing systemic wellness that draws on a broad range of experience in different countries, traditions and disciplines. The approach offers conceptual and practical frameworks for systemic healing and for nourishing vitality of people and planet. The framework has evolvedover more than 25 years working with leadership and people from all walks of life and across sectors of society and continents. Over the years I have worked as a therapist, consultant, manager, teacher, author, activist, leadership consultant and creative partner in cultivating individual and systemic wellness in groups, organizations and communities. The current focus of my work is to contribute to planetary healing, and to a new form of local and global governance (eco-governance), that puts the health and vitality of the planet and all its inhabitants for generations to come as its core purpose and organizing principle.