PEGASUS

Pegasus

I've been accompanied by Pegasus since I started the process of Light Body Activation with Orin & Da Ben.
I used to think the main reason he was there was to inspire me, in 2006 I also discoverd he works with the Light Body and suddenly I understood my own obsession with the Light Body, starting with Orin & Da Ben in 1996, later Tashira Tachiren and many systems working with the Light Body. Since I realized his importance for the light Body, I started working specifically with Pegasus and since 2009 he accompanies me in every initiation, activation and session.


Mythical explanation:
Pegasus
is a mighty winged horse of Greek myth. According to legend, Pegasus sprang forth from drops of blood when Perseus cut off the head of Medusa. The horsemaster Bellopheron tamed Pegasus with a golden bridle provided by the goddess Athena. Together horse and rider slew the fire-breathing monster Chimera. (Legends vary, but some say Pegasus and Bellerophon performed other heroic deeds together.) Finally, Bellerophon tried to fly to heaven to join the gods, but Pegasus threw him off and the two were separated forever, with Pegasus living on as a constellation of stars.
Pegasus is also indicative of a specific mission in life which the inquirer will always find the time and energy to pursue, although the path may be sewn with difficulties (the Chimaera) and limitations (Bellerophon's doubt or arrogance). So, the Pegasus Syndrome is the seeming ability to "fly over any situation," though the reverse may be a lesson in humility, being "taken down a peg," as it were.)
Horses are a potent symbol from almost every world religion and mythology. Many of its myths express the horse's innate clairvoyance and ability to perceive the magic within humans..
Wings are a symbol that denotes "flight" and often represent prayer and contemplation, especially in the sense of feathered bird-like wings. A spiritual or religious symbol they represent the soul's ability to transcend the weight of earthly burdens and rise above such concerns into the air, even to Heaven itself, to the presence of God. Chimaera.
TheWinged Horse or Pegasus symbolizes heightened power of the natural forces - the innate capacity for spiritualization and for inverting evil into good.
As an animal totem, Pegasus symbolizes the immortality of the soul, and serves as the carrier and protector of the spirit in its journeys to the astral plane (especially to the Moon - the emotional plane). Pegasus is closely linked to the Greek gods Poseidon (Neptune) [emotion ], his father; Athena (Minerva) [heavenly wisdom ], his protectress; Zeus (Jupiter) [guidance & creativity ] as his Thunder-bearer; and the Muse Urania [heavenly love ], his nursemaid, and the Muses [inspiration, memory and the arts ] in general; the heroes Perseus [intellect ] and Bellerophon [impudence ]; and the monsters Medusa [mortal wisdom ] and Chimaera [complex evil ].
Pegasus is a symbol of knowledge, glory, and inspiration.
Through flight, Pegasus symbolizes the ability of one to transcend the weight of earthly burdens and rise above them into the air.
Ancient Greek legend tells us that Pegasus often wandered, stopping to rest on Mt. Olympus. One day, when his hoofs touched the ground on Mount Helicon, four sacred springs of water formed and from these springs the Muses (goddesses of inspiration) were born. The Muses were the nine beautiful chosen goddesses that reigned over the liberal arts and sciences, especially music, poetry, and all of the visual arts.  Athena caught and tamed the wild Pegasus and kindly presented him to the Muses. One day the muses began to sing on Mt. Helicon. The mountain, so filled with ecstasy, it rose to the heavens until Pegasus, under Poseidon's command, kicked his hoof, stopping the mountain's upward progress. A fountain of water gushed forth called the Fountain of Hippocrene. The fountain was sacred to the Muses and is believed to be the source of music and poetic inspiration. According to legend, the birth of both wine and art occurred when Pegasus' hooves unleashed the sacred Spring of the Muses.
Pegasus, being the horse of the Muses, has always been at the service of the poets.
The transformation of Pegasus into the stars represents the evolution of change, a natural occurence in everyday life.  The winged creature is seen as the symbol for the immortality of the soul, and as the carrier and protector that guards the spirit in its journeys into the stars.

Pegasus

Star explanation:
The four stars of the Pegasus Great Square open the Anakarahna (Ankh of Ra), access to our fifth dimensional solar bodies of light. Scheat embodies the essence of watery sidereal Pisces, and brings attention to our life force and use of it. Scheat brings attention to the waters of life and to the purity of our body fluids, especially the "lymph," which means Flowing Spirit of the Living Water of Life.
Enif of Pegasus, the nose of the Magical Flying Horse, brings intuitiveness and sensitivity to the humanitarian Aquarian pursuit, with the capacity to recognize what is of essence, of value, and worthy of support. Enif is of people capable of providing humanitarian material support.
Algenib (Gamma Pegasi)Creative Visualization
Directly affects the ability to transfer energy from one subtle body to another as modulated by the mental body. Algenib can significantly speed up healing by directly stimulating creative visualization as well as other forms of visualization.
M15 (Globular Cluster in Pegasus) - Interconnection
Assists in the creation of the energies of hope and strength for many people. There is a general strengthening of the interchange of energies between emotional, mental and etheric bodies and for this purpose combines well with Silversword and Lotus. A greater ability for people to co-exist with each other.
Markab (Alphha Pegasi) – Telepathy
Markab can strengthen the ability to share psychic gifts, such as telepathy, in a loving way. Those that have struggled with telepathy can resolve the deeper issues involved through the help of this elixir. There is an enhanced ability to travel to remote locations with the astral body and exchange information easily with others at such locations.
Scheat (Beta Pegasi) - Increased Opportunity
The ability to transfer energy, particularly to the crown chakra, is enhanced by this star. There is some additional contact with higherlevel spiritual energies in the way of sudden inspiration, visionary states, deeper awareness of the interconnection to the galaxy, and appropriate manifestation. The ability to understand the law of cycles is enhanced. There are also some influences of astral travel states, making them inherently more spiritual.
Scheat pertains to all waters of the world, but also to body fluids, especially water's relationship to the purification of the physical vehicle and the body's requirement for refined life force energies to express through the fluids molecular matrix.
The purity and movement of the lymph and blood is not only essential for the elimination of toxins, but is also required for the transference of subtle light energies of cosmic intelligence (our soul's essence) to express through our genetic coding. The more life giving spirit substance we conduct, the more we express the true vibrancy of our souls in the world. This is why people throughout history have sought Living Water--healing springs flowing endlessly from the ground of their own accord, water said to bring immortality--the word immortality meaning "not being subject to premature degeneration and death."  

Pegasus

In short: The Pegasus constellation assists us in expanding and purifying our Light Bodies on a DNA level to allow us to bring more divinity into our lives!!!