The Toltec Path of Transformation: Embracing the Four Elements of Change

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 HeatherAsh Amara’s The Toltec Path of Transformation: Embracing the Four Elements of Change, encourages readers to embrace the change that is constant in their lives.  In addition, Amara asks us to actively create the kind of change that we want to see in the world, and in ourselves using the four elements.

  • Air represents our mental body, and grants clear perceptions once we shift our focus from the negativity surrounding us to the love and gratitude that lie just below the surface.
  • Fire, the energetic body, gives us the opportunity to clean out the agreements, behaviors and beliefs that no longer serve us, so that we can make room for new, beneficial connections.
  • Water, the emotional body, encourages us to open to new things, people and experiences. By staying open, we can gracefully accept what life brings while still working to create our own changes.
  • Earth, the physical body, acts to nourish us from the inside out, proving again that both beauty and health start from within.

Amara’s careful guidance shows readers how we can use these Four Elements to navigate the Toltec Path into our Divine center.  The Toltec Path will help us leave behind both comparison and judgment allowing us to realize the beautiful beings we were truly meant to become.

HeatherAsh Amara

About the Author | HeatherAsh Amara

Heather Ash weaves the most powerful practices from a variety of shamanic traditions to support each individual in the manifestation of his or her highest potential. She is the founder of the Toltec Center of Creative Intent in Berkeley, CA and the creator of nationwide SpiritWeavers programs, designed to support spirit-based community. Heather Ash studied and taught extensively with don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements, and is a Mentor in his Eagle Knight lineage.

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