What is a Symbala? The Symbala World of Lahrinda Eileen Lahrinda's Personal Symbala

SYMBALAS: Expanding the Focus

October 15th, 2009

First of all, when I start to draw a Symbala (any Symbala) I set the stage with the energy of my intention to create a mandala imbued with love and the interconnectedness of all things.¬† That’s where the power of the Golden Proportion (or PHI) comes in.¬† I work with that proportion in all my Symbalas.¬† The golden thread of PHI is a spiral frequency growing infinitely larger and smaller and transcending all dimensions to give coherence and total interconnection to all vibrational realities.
So while you are contemplating a Symbala, you are literally training your perceptions to an awareness of simultaneous dimensional reality or being totally in the NOW.
There are 3 main ways to work with these tools (and keep in mind these are TOOLS for focusing your attention and intention, the power of creation is within you, not something outside).
The first way is through contemplation or meditation, as described above.  When you view a Symbala, try soft-focusing your eyes.  Also, experiment with them in different levels of light and from varying distances and angles.  They are definite shape-shifters which increases your awareness of simultaneous dimensions.
The second way is with specific intention for a process, say working with an imbalance in your body or health,  or for someone else (with their permission).  This can be done by placing the Symbala directly on the body or from a distance (energy and intention know no boundaries).  The Symbala Water Imprints, the small size sold in sets of 8, are particularly useful for this type of work because they were published on special paper using special inks so they are waterproof and very flexible.  Regular Symbala prints are more fragile and need to be protected from water, constant direct sunlight and bending.  Remember, they are not magic, they are focusing tools for the magic within.
The third way has to do with the energy available through them because of the combined forces of intention, the Golden Proportion, the colors and the symbolic circular symmetry.  Therefore, they can be used in your environment for inspiration and beautification, but remember, they are never passive, they have a frequency impact.
I hope this has been helpful for your expanded use and appreciation of your Symbala tools.

In Loving Resonance,  Lahrinda

(This is an excerpt from an email I recently sent in response to some questions about using the Symbalas.  Thought it was worth sharing with you all.)