The Ultimate Relationship Audio Bundle
This bundle includes the following audio downloads: The Invocation to the Goddess of Love, The Relationship Attunement, The Destiny Pairing Invocation: Thydna Rachanvo Gendava Altagna Zachor, and the Sounds of Harmony Audio Download.
The Relationship Attunement
The Relationship Attunement recording uses advanced sound bytes that affect the mind, body, and soul. The specially generated tones are ancient and they help the listener clear away negative energy, thoughts, and karmic debris associated with relationships. It works not only for intimate relationships, but for family, friends, and coworkers. These tones help to empower relationships and help us gain emotional insight into ways that we can improve them.Listen to the recording with a clear mind. You may listen alone or with a loved one. It does not matter. The recordings will help you just the same.
The Destiny Pairing Invocation: Thydna Rachanvo Gendava Altagna Zachor
Astrologically Venus is associated with the principles of harmony, beauty, balance, the feelings and affections, and the urge to sympathize and unite with others. It is involved with the desire for pleasure, sensuality, personal possessions, comfort and ease. It governs romantic relations, marriage and business partnerships, sex (the origin of the words 'venery' and 'venereal'), the arts, fashion and social life. The first-century poet Marcus Manilius,described Venus as generous and fecund, and the lesser benefic. In medicine Venus is associated with the lumbar region, the veins, parathyroids, throat and kidneys. Improving your Venus energy could potentially improve your romantic relationships, ability to experience pleasure and sensuality, harmonize and stabilize your personal possessions, and improve your social life.
The Invocation to the Goddess of Love
The Goddess Hera (Roman name: Juno), Wife of Zeus and queen of the ancient Greek gods, represented the ideal woman and was Goddess of marriage and the family. Hera was notable as one of the very few deities that remained faithful to her partner and she, therefore, came to symbolize monogamy and fidelity. As one of the most important deities, Hera was, naturally, a prominent figure in ancient Greek art, particularly on Attic red- and black-figure pottery. However, without any specific attributes, she is often hard to distinguish from other goddesses. She is most often seated on a throne and sometimes wears a crown (polos), holds a royal scepter, and wears a bridal veil. On occasion, she is also depicted holding a pomegranate, a traditional symbol of fertility. Other associations include the peacock - a symbol of pride - and the cuckoo, the form Zeus first took when he courted Hera - both of which the goddess reportedly kept as pets on Mount Olympus - and finally, with the lily flower. It is important to believe that you will receive what you seek when you call out her name.