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Emissary Wheel
Emissary Wheel with ATTRIBUTES
Emissary Wheel of BALANCE

The Emissary wheel is a sacred geometric symbol. It is a foundation of the Peace Ministers study in the Seminary Program and represents the path to both personal and global transformation and enlightenment.

The Emissary wheel is made up of one center circle and twelve outer points, each point having a related word/attribute. The wheel is used for meditation, intention setting, prayer, healing, personal and global transformation and balancing.

The Emissary wheel represents the Self. Each point on the wheel and the related attribute represent a quality, that when reflected upon and embodied can assist in the path of awakening. The center of the wheel represents the space of stillness and Divine connection which is present within all living beings. This is a space of connection to greater Universal truths, a space within each of us that is already awake, aware and fully realized.

The Emissary wheel is used in many different ways, by people of all ages. It is used for harnessing intention, focusing energy and prayer, with the primary intention being the uplifting of the Self and the greater Whole.

James Twyman brought the Emissary wheel to the Beloved Community and thus the Seminary program after his experience with a group of people he calls the ‘Emissaries’ who had been using the wheel for many generations as a form of Divine connection and transformation. It was used in areas of the world that were in the most struggle and separation, areas experiencing great disharmony or war. It was used to bring in light to the area and assist in the resonance of Peace.

The Emissary wheel is a gift to focus our innate Divine energy and offer this back to ourselves, our communities and our world.

For more information on the Emissary Wheel – see James Twyman's books: Emissary of Light & The Art of Spiritual Peacemaking

Written by Nikita Gearing
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