The key with healing is to make conscious our contractions and just experience them. Then the unresolved and resisted experiences complete.
Our ability to do this is enhanced as we go beyond our mind and emotions and experience our true nature. They call this samadhi or turiya or resting in presence. We become more neutral and see our old experiences as they are. The simple act of transcending also settles the body, which facilitates healing too.
After we awaken, our presence or consciousness is pretty much full time. This offers considerably sped up healing and deepening, although it can also kick up a lot of dust initially, reducing clarity in the short term.
We also considerably up the production of soma. This facilitates refinement and clarity.
These are alertness, liveliness and intelligence.
In the Shiva or masculine aspect of the process, the clarity and intensity of alertness gradually increases. This gives consciousness the ability to penetrate more and more of the shadow remaining. It becomes increasingly awake to itself.
In the Shakti or feminine aspect of the process, the power increases. This increases the solvent effect of awareness, penetrating and then simply dissolving shadows, bringing light.
How this process unfolds in this or that body will vary widely. The key point is that the potency of consciousness continues to increase.
In the cycles of time, shadows will come to the surface to be seen. As we open up subtler levels, we also become more and more universal. As we resolve our own shadows, our prior lives and ancestors, we shift more and more into healing the collective.
What we resonate with in the collective and our gifts determine how we help.
The healing of the collective is well underway. Lots of acting out is still going on, but these are symptoms of healing. The foundations are being restructured to restore the Divine templates.