Ancestral Spirits


Ancestral Spirits

There is heredity and the the traits which accompany it.   There is past - life regression.   But, how do we understand Ancestral Spirits?   Many cultures of the world have a strong belief in them.  Some were good and Holy in this life,  some were dark and evil - one must be careful.  Some may have been dark, but changed during this life to loving and caring individuals.  Often, a connection with an Ancestral Spirit may be mutually beneficial.  I am seeking more of an understanding, and if anyone can provide some enlightenment, please join this group - Blessings, Gregory )O(      --

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Comment by Gregory Przybylinski on September 4, 2014 at 10:27pm

I have not been on for awhile.   I  had an accident several weeks ago from the nerve damage in my legs.   I fell hard on my own carpet - broken left clavcle bone  and  a deep gash in my right leg above the foot from a metal table -  I am improving by the day  and I play keyboards even with my arm in a sling  -  Love to all of you.   

Comment by Gregory Przybylinski on July 19, 2014 at 2:49pm

I  understand,  Ianna  -  I have been busy  and have  been having  problems  in the last couple months  - physical health  and other things

IT has been  my fault - Blessings to you   

Comment by Ianna on July 19, 2014 at 12:53pm

Greetings-This grp is a little too quiet for me, I'm leaving, Blessings, Ianna:)

Comment by Ianna on June 27, 2014 at 8:12pm

I'm interested in what type's of ancestral altars anyone has. I have a shelf dedicated to my ancestors, it includes pictures of them, an object they had when alive, a candle encased in glass that I light every morning a glass of water, and any special food I know they valued when alive. When I can I also place fresh flowers. For example, I don't have a pic of my Hungarian grandmother so I made a beautiful blessing for her which I framed and I place a small bowl of Hungarian paprika next to her. When it gets old a replace it. I spend time talking to each one, asking for guidance and support and let them know I'm thinking of them. I've yet to do actual meditation with each one but at least I'm in the right direction. Does anyone have an altar and if so, can you share about it? Blessings, Ianna:)

Comment by Ianna on June 27, 2014 at 8:03pm

Greetings- I found this group and I hope knowledge and experiences will be shard here. Last year I read Raven Gramassi's book, The Cauldron of Memory, connecting with your ancestors. In the book he gives scientific info on how, through our DNA our ancestors are very much alive and connected to us if  we take the time to connect on a consistent basis. That lead me to really think about my ancestors. Up to that point I often viewed ancestral altars and various offerings to those ancestors as odd and somehow invalid. I now know differently. 

I am fortunate enough to have my maternal ancestor well documented via a published annual some of my relatives researched and published. I was quite shocked to see that my mother's side is English and included ancestors such as George Fox, the founder of Friends of Society (he came from England as a Quaker and created a chapter here), a few Queens in England and an English Governor who helped settle some of the first English settlers back east. 

Yet, on my father's side it gets father was born in Budapest Hungary, his mother was pure Hungarian, his father's family was from the Black Forest in Germany and were river merchants who eventually settled in Budapest. At the age of nine he was sent to France to live with relatives and by the time he saw his mother and sisters he no longer spoke Hungarian. His father died at the age of 24. I never met his mother (my grandmother) nor my aunts who are all now dead. In fact, by the age of 4 all of my grandparents had passed on and due to the language barrier and distance my Hungarian grandmother, Sarolta died when I was in my 30's. My father never shared much info about his natural family. By the time he started an ancestral tree he was dying. It was never made. I'm now very motivated to know my ancestors in any way I can. Blessings, Ianna:)

Comment by Gregory Przybylinski on May 2, 2014 at 1:45am

The first thing to do is to regard  yourself.   What  are your habits, actions,  joys,  sorrows,  work ethic,  your loyalties,   and your impression on others,   motivations  etc. ?    -  for example,  I  am known as a very good friend  who  will go out-of - my way  to help if I can,   I am also  irritable  with  rude drivers, People who have some authority  but really don't know what  they are doing - and don't care about people -- mostly  inanimate things  around my house  -  what doesn't work or is broken,  my computer,   mistakes  on my bills,  my cat's litter box,  etc.    Then look and consider the picture of yourself you have  -  that is the first step  to "learning'   your ancestry  --  even what makes  you laugh  -  that's important  - then comes the second step  -  I will elaborate  more   - -

Comment by Gregory Przybylinski on March 2, 2014 at 10:32pm

I have experienced  Ancestral  Spirits many times.   I always invoke my Holy Ancestral Spirits.   You can be mutually  beneficial  to one another,  but  it takes patience  and time.  You cannot just begin  and forget about it.   

Comment by Gregory Przybylinski on March 2, 2014 at 10:27pm

We want to welcome Persephone  to the group  

Comment by Gregory Przybylinski on January 21, 2014 at 3:39pm

Hello Dear friends.   I have not posted for awhile - I've had some health problems and other things.   I will be back posting more.   If any of you have ideas or questions,  I will help as much as I can,  Peace and Blessings to  all of you

Comment by Gregory Przybylinski on September 23, 2013 at 3:35am

Has anyone had any visions or impressions while meditating and focusing  on an ancestral  Spirit?   


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