The Early Storytellers
Dating back to our earliest ancestors, evidence abounds of spiritual knowledge being taught by tribal shamans to members of the tribe. Shamans were individuals in the group who had access to the spirit worlds. A modern day shaman might be a priest, guru, etc.
These shamans would use cave paintings and storytelling to convey spiritual lessons learned from their journeys into the spirit world. These cave paintings and stories would become the spiritual lifeblood of the tribe.
Once the group understood a cave painting and the related story, they needed only recall the painting to
understand the spiritual lesson. Each part of the image would hold special significance and they could relate different parts of the story to different elements within the painting.
Sculptor 3 has adapted this practice to convey a powerful message to us while we practice our affirmations.
Sculptor 3 comes with two libraries named
male and female. These two libraries consist of 12 images and stories and teach the principles of affirmation. (You can view these images and stories from the menu to the right.)
During your 12-Day program, you will be presented with one illustration and one story for each day of the 12-Day program. You can turn the stories off once you are comfortable and have understood the lesson.
Then, just recalling the image will convey to your conscious mind the understanding of the lesson.