There are years of change, pain, grief, loss, when you just don't feel like celebrating. It is part of the human condition. Give yourself permission to abandon tradition and do whatever you feel is most kind to yourself.
Beloved one, now we will speak about a topic you have celebrated in this lifetime, and many other lifetimes as well: about Christmas, about the Christ Mass, to celebrate the birth of the Christ upon this plane.
It’s Christmas time, where we celebrate the birth of Baby Jesus and the symbolism of new light and new beginnings. I am holding you in my prayers as it’s also a time of raw emotions and self-reflection.
Beloved ones, as you come into this time of the year, the time when the light is clear and pure, the time when the dream is moved aside, you can stand in the light and see everywhere in the moment where the heart creates awareness of your freedom.
The Cancerian full Moon falls smack on Christmas Day, on December 25, this year. It's an interesting occurrence, and one that can have feelings, emotions and responses heightened, in some cases to the point of argument, but there can also be a strong sense of family unity.
It’s Saturday night and the wind is howling up here on the hill where we live. It’s finally starting to feel seasonably cold even though I understand we’re in for sixty-degree weather on Christmas day.
It is not bad or wrong to express love during this season – if you truly feel it. But to create sensations just because you should is confusing for many. You have moved beyond most of your 3D shoulds and beliefs and yet, this season pushes you into your old life.
We all know the holiday season can be stressful but for empaths it can be even more challenging, almost overwhelming. This time of the year their ability to be emotional sponges heightens, which overrides their sublime capacity to absorb positive emotions and all that is beautiful.
The Christmas and New Year's Holidays are often a time of gathering together for friends and relatives. The holidays can also be a time when spiritually-aware people feel a certain aloneness, even in the midst of a crowd.