is an important holiday week, beginning with the Solstice on Sunday and
going into Hanukah, Christmas and Kwanza. No matter how you celebrate
your holidays, it is a time to remember that this is the season where
we celebrate the birth of Christ Consciousness, our reminder of a path
that was created for humanity long ago and that we have been trying to
connect to ever since.
As a child, your every need was met when you asked for it. When you needed to be fed, you were fed. When you needed sleep, you slept. When you required comforting, you were comforted. You let your needs be known and they were met. Every child expresses their divinity in this way, their knowledge that their every need will be met is without doubt or question. As you grow older, you step out of this divine connection to Source and experience lack and forget that your divinity takes precedence over the world. It is time to reclaim your divinity.
You were each born with wounds of the heart, places that need healing and that you attempted to heal in each successive lifetime. Many of these wounds you have carried for many lifetimes, seeking experiences and people who would bring to you the best possible situations in which to heal these issues. But the wound became the focus of the experience and you have forgotten that the only reason you are here is to heal these wounds of the heart. This exists for each of you as well as for all of humanity.
Each of you has the ability to manifest anything you want in your reality. This is how you co-create your reality and when you know how to use this power the results you obtain can surpass your expectations.
How you define success and failure will determine how willing you are to move forward along your path and experience and learn from your lessons. In the Universe there is no concept of success or failure, there is simply energy in motion.
Each of you knows someone who appears to go effortlessly through life They do not appear to have lessons to learn or have any major life issues. Their lives are not filled with worries and everything seems to turn out for them. And they do not appear to have any spiritual connections, are not focused on their spiritual journey and yet seem to enjoy a life that you would like to create for yourself. Why, you may ask, do you have to be on a healing journey and not them? Why do you have to heal?
Dear Jennifer: I am going through a divorce and I’m so angry with my husband for leaving me after twenty years of marriage. None of what I have done for him seems to have mattered and he seemed so happy to leave. Now I’m trying to put my life back together but I cry all of the time, I can’t get rid of this anger and I although I don’t think I want him back, I don’t know how to move forward. Can you help me?