Enter the Realm of the Spirit!

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Talismen and Charms work as powerful ingredients. Modern Scientific research is fast rediscovering ancient spiritual truths. It was once a source of wonder that a highly evolved spiritual person could create miracles through chanting, that mystics could cast spells through invocations, and indeed
some people could pray prayers that worked! Now we find modern instances of the same ancient principles the human being somehow contains within himself a source of energy whose name changes often but whose power never diminishes.
Turn back to the source of it All, our One Creator! Connect through the sacred language of All divine forces!

"Step out of the Circle of Time into the Circle of Love" ~ Rumi

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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

About Us & Intro to Higher Vibrational existence

Yasmine Fatemi, Alchemist, Artist, Vibrational healer, Reiki Master, poet & Psychic Spiritualist.

Mohammad Fatemi, Occult esoteric Practitioner, Life coach, Talismanologist & Master Spiritualist

More about Yasmine
Yasmine has been involved in Spiritual work from a very young age it came as a natural gift. She became a student of the Fine Arts in London, continued to Andalusia spain, New Orleans and completed her extensive 10 year study in the Arts in Milan Italy.
Her curiosity in the power of gemstones, astrology, numerology and astral dynamics and esoteric work was aroused as a young girl and as an Artist, felt compelled to combine all.

Yasmine's background is European (german semetic) and middle eastern (Islamic), as a young child she sensed the etheric and astral presence around her, it revealed itself to her in visions and mostly in whispers, her family in the middle east spoke in great depth about the djinn and angelic experience in their lives, as the awareness of their presence in the middle east is common knowledge to alot of people who live there.

Yasmine works with elementals and cosmic Forces and has been communicating with them and with others who share this gift to create a very powerful network of Psychic medium for the purpose of empowering other workers of light who are sensitive to the etheric and astral realms.
Over recent years working in etheric worlds has revealed many secrets over the future events to take place and showed her ways to empower the work they do and how they should be guiding other seekers to empower their abilities with Psychic and magickal tools for discovering as well as powerful elixirs that work with the bodies to go through this transition quickly and comfortably, going beyond the mundane and physical world.

These empowerments she has been receiving over the past few years (and more so in recent months) have allowed them to change the realities and lives of many around them, from her own perpective Yasmine's world began to expand more profoundly especially over the past few years since the Harmonic concordance in November 2003, during the opening of several stargates and light portals.
Now a great many more are able to reach beyond the 3rd dimensional mundane world to begin emerging into higher realms of existence.
Yasmine is a healer and over past years many elementals and magickal items have found their way to her though the most bizzare circumstances, since then having traveled to remote islands, sacred sites and magickal places, around the world, many of which she had never experienced or seen before this time.

In 2007-8 she also traveled with her family to the jungles of Latin America and remote Islands of the Caribbean deserted beaches and islands in the oceans surrounding this continent.
Throughout this journey she has connected and formed deep friendships with some of the most amazing people who have shared with her some of their secrets and their experiences as well as items of great power, these items would otherwise never reach the world and those who are in great need of them at this Golden era in human evolution.

The elixirs that she creates are a combination of a background in Holistic healing a fifth generational healer (from her fathers side) and the knowledge she has in Vibrational medicine, higher dimensional realities, and energy work.

Mohammad and Yasmine work together in their esoteric undertakings, they are twinflames and share the same life purpose and path:

Creative Energy worker, Vibrational Healer, Alchemist & Sufi ~

We dedicate this site in it's entirety in memory of Yasmine's beloved father Dr. Mohammad T.N. Sayyid, who taught her that nothing is more abstract, more unreal, then what we actually see, and that discernment is a requirement in attaining knowledge and seeking truth.
This is a compilation of a life's work of learning and evolving in the Paradigm of Higher vibrational existence, my ethereal experience of life, a life of tuning in......

In loving memory of Dr. Mohammad Sayyid, Homeopath, Accupunturist, Iridologist, Reiki Master, Natropath, Vibrational healer, Sheikh, Alchemist & loving father. - He travelled extensively in his life and shared his knowledge and gift freely.

Sufi~ The heart of Mysticism

The Sufi's~

"Out of the original unity of being there is a fragmentation and dispersal of beings, the last stage being the splitting of one (twin) soul into two. And consequently, love is the search by each half for the other half on earth or in heaven...

As twin souls are so alike to begin with, it seems necessary for them to go their separate ways before they can complete each other. Identity and complementarity are the two driving forces and axes of love... For the complete being there must be a blending of the two."

"The two who are one are the secret of all power, the two who are one are the might and right in things."

"The supreme state of human love is the unity of one soul within two bodies"

Sufism, which is a branch of Islam, teaches the personal and mystical worship, and union with Allah or God. It was formulated in opposition to the formal, legalistic Islamic theology of the ninth century AD.

The term "Sufism" is derived from Arabic suf, and means "wool," which refers to the plain wool worn by the early Sufis ("wool-clad"). The Sufis, rejecting the excesses of the Caliphs, lived simple, communal, ascetic lives. Other elements of Sufi mysticism came from Buddhism, Hinduism, and Persian Zoroastrianism. Mystical love and oneness/unity with God (tawhid)in Islam, form the basic tenets of the Sufi faith.

The worshippers observe faqr, or "pious poverty," and are therefore known as faqirs (fakirs). They follow a path, or tariqa, to divine knowledge (gnosis) reading, study, prayer, and most especially the dhikr: the endless repetition of God's holy name or passages from the Koran, which may lead to self-hypnosis like repeating a mantra. Prayer beads, similar to rosaries, also are used.

The following of the Sufi Path to enlightened love entails a lifetime, since there is no single moment when true union with God, the vision of the face of God as described in the Koran, has occurred. It is the belief of the Sufis that mankind has always been one with God, and that the traveling of the Path serves as a remembrance of this realization. Death does not stop the faqir's spiritual communication and training but is only another stage of development. According to Grand Sheikh Idries Shah, the Sufi makes four journeys:


1. Fana, or annihilation: At this stage the Sufi becomes harmonized with objective reality and seeks the unification of his consciousness. He is intoxicated with divine love.

2. Baqa, or permanency: Here the Sufi becomes a teacher or qutub; the magnet to which all turn for wisdom. He has stabilized his objective knowledge and became the Perfect Man. Rather than uniting with God, the Perfect Man has subordinated his will to God and lives in and through God. (Traditionally, Sufi teachers are male.)

3. Sufis attaining the Third Journey become spiritual guides for all in accordance with their abilities, whereas Stage Two teachers work only in their local areas.

4. In the Fourth Journey, the Perfect Man guides others in the transition at death from physical life to another stage of development invisible to ordinary people. Few attain this plateau of wisdom.

Sufis consider guidance from wise teachers essential to prevent straying from the Path. These sheikhs, who are venerated as saints, are believed the only ones able to provide access to the knowledge of God. However, Sufi teaches discourage others from becoming their disciples because the goal of Sufism is for each believer to acquire his personal wisdom independently and develop a line of communication with the Beloved.

The mastery of such self-awareness requires a long time, however, most Sufis follow their leader, or sheikh throughout their lives. He is seen as the supreme ruler, possessing the greatest knowledge of God, charismatic, and the most disciplined. He is also known as pir (Persian for "old man") or mushid (Arabic for "one who directs"). The devotees bind themselves to the sheikh by an oath of allegiance and pledge to obey him unselfishly.

Various schools or Orders have been established over the centuries, which succeeding sheikhs have followed or amended. The principle goal of each Order is to prepare the Seeker for the Truth. The Orders provide the circumstances in which members can attain stabilization of their inner beings comparable to that of the students of Muhammad and are in fact organized similar to Muhammad's early gatherings.

The Orders include various teaching methods, which are employed within the Sufi worship. One example is the dervishes' frenzied dancing that is accompanied by music and poetry. Poets were always the disseminators of Sufi thought, using secret metaphorical language to guard the sanctity of the mystic messages and protect hem from heretical examination. It can be noted that the word "troubadour," the medieval songmaster of love, comes from the Arabic root TRB, or "lutanist."

The worship services become and endless repetition of chanting, swaying, dancing, and rhythmic drum-beating. They resemble the Voodoo, or Vodoun, services. The worshippers enter a trance or state of ecstasy in which it is thought they have became one with the Beloved.

It is claimed that such ecstasy with God does not represent the ultimate reward for the Sufis. The constant pursuit of the love of God can lead to ecstasy, but it only serves a purpose if the Sufi can take that boundless joy and use it in the temporal world as an experience of love: to live "in the world, but not of it," free from ambition, greed, and intellectual pride, showing love in living and not just knowing it.

Spiritual healing is thought to be a love duty. The Sufi healer, like a teacher, acts as a guide leading the patient to diagnose himself or herself under hypnosis brought on by breathing techniques. The healer chants prayers over the patient and passes his hands over the patient's body. Requests, or demands, for healing cannot come from friends or relatives and the healer cannot impose his will upon the patient. Unlike more orthodox faith-healing methods, the patients are not expected to believe they will be cured.

The Sufis believe that knowledge of the Path to God comes only from master teacher or Imam who attain saintly blessedness (baraqa) making pilgrimages to their shrines and petitioning for their intercession.

The Sufi history extends back to the ninth and tenth centuries with several sheikhs predominating in the different periods. The message the permeated their teachings was that the human struggle in the physical world was to help the person fulfill God's covenants and become perfect through God.

Currently Sufism has lost some of its influence by being criticized for its mystical excesses This is largely due to a puritan revival of the 'fundamentalist' movement in Islam. However, many Muslims especially shia twelvers who markedly followed the original teachings of Imam Jaf'ar As Sadiq in Metaphysics and esoteric/exoteric teachings, they continue practicing Sufi mysticism, but in secret keeping mostly to themselves.