Some 15 years ago, I had a 67-year-old participant, Noe Bagilay, in my Inner Mind Development seminar. One of the topics in that seminar was summoning one’s Inner Advisor or Inner Guide.
The concept of the Inner Advisor exists in many cultures of the world, both ancient and modern, and is called by various names. Some call it “a spirit guide” or “higher self.” The Native American Indians call it a person’s “power animal.” Christians refer to it as “guardian angel.” Socrates called it his “daemon.”
In my seminar, I define the Inner Advisor as a symbolic representation of the part of our mind that speaks to us in images. Whether they are real entities or purely imaginary is not important. What matters is that these inner guides or advisors can be instrumental in healing an individual of sickness that he or she may be suffering from.
Summoning one’s inner guide
In my seminar, I teach participants how to summon their inner advisor or inner guide through a simple meditation and visualization process. Everyone has at least one Inner Advisor. And therefore most participants are able to see and call on one.
This Inner Advisor can come in many forms. It may be a real historical or religious figure, a relative or friend. It may come as an imaginary comic hero or heroine. It may be an unknown entity, with strange name from another time and culture.
The point is, whatever comes out has a subconscious or symbolic connection with you.
The Inner Advisor is most especially helpful in matters of health problems, although one can ask it for help in any problem one may be confronted with.
When Bagilay meditated and summoned his Inner Advisor, a young woman of 35 came to his mind. He didn’t recognize her. The woman identified herself as Noe’s mother who died long ago at the age of 80. That’s why he did not recognize her.
Noe was then suffering from a painful, frozen right shoulder. He could not raise his right arm more than shoulder height without pain. So he asked his Inner Advisor what to do with it. The Inner Advisor told him, “Don’t you remember when you were small children, you used to gather the leaves of the Talik-buhay plant and apply that to your painful parts? Gather the leaves, heat it and then apply the hot leaves to your painful shoulder.”
He did exactly as instructed, but at his first attempt, nothing happened. On the third application of the leaves, his shoulder pain completely disappeared.
He came to my office and excitedly told me what had happened. He raised his right arm several times to show me the pain was gone.
He then asked me, “How come my mother came to me as a young woman although she died when she was already very old?” I explained to him that when a person has been in the spirit world for a long time, he or she will appear at the prime of their lives on earth, not as an old man or woman.
Another participant, who has since migrated to the United States, unknowingly summoned an angelic entity who called himself Gabbey. He did not actually identify himself as an angel, but from his amazing knowledge of the spirit world and Christian doctrine, we believed he was the Archangel Gabriel.
Gabbey gave us important information and advice concerning the connection between the seven psychic centers, which he called the “Seven Power Stations,” and The Seven Sacraments, or the Seven Last Words of Christ and the 10 Commandments given by God to Moses on Mt. Sinai.
The lessons were consistent with the information of Edgar Cayce regarding the relationship between the Lord’s Prayer and the Seven Chakras. It is also consistent with the channeled message given to Caroline Myss regarding the Anatomy of The Spirit and the seven psychic centers. These are pieces of information not found anywhere else in the literature of paranormal and mystical phenomena.