This word “spirit,” then, describes something that is quite indescribable. If we are thinking of these things in terms of the trumpeter and the trumpet, there is that present in the trumpeter which permits him to make use of the instrument; he is capable of so doing. It could be said that there is music in his soul, and he has whatever is necessary to project that music, that sound, that tone, into the dimensional world when he has a trumpet. You might see a person who was indeed a true artist in playing the trumpet, but you would not know just by looking at the person that that was so. In other words, that artistry, that mastery, is invisible, potential but unknown, until the instrument is in the master’s hand and he plays it. Then what was present in that person pours forth through the sound generated in the instrument. Only in that way is it made known that this person was indeed a trumpeter.~ Martin Cecil
When we consider the process of Attunement, we see it as beginning with the highest reality of a human being, who we sometimes refer to as the One Who Dwells. That is us in our truest, most essential reality, whether experienced and known by a person or not.
So we are the trumpeter, and we are the trumpet. We are the One Who Dwells, and we are this human experience.
The mouthpiece of the trumpet is vital. That is how the trumpeter engages with the trumpet. The mouthpiece for the human instrument is the silver cord of auric substance that enters the pineal gland. Here is where the music in the soul of the trumpeter enters a human life. That music resonates in the mouthpiece and reverberates through the entire human capacity.
In the Attunement process, we restore the mouthpiece of the trumpet—the vital connection between our heavenly music and all the forms of our human life. And then the music plays. The vibration of it fills the human energy field and shapes all the forms of a human life.
Attunement is a consciousness practice and an energy medicine practice that leads to personal spiritual regeneration.