Reminders serve a purpose to let us know who we truly are. Everyday we are reminded of some aspect of our life and personality, whether it is past or present. When we have a reminder surfacing from the past, it is to let know who we are and release who we are not. When we are in the present moment and then reminded of a situation, this serves to let us not to forget our fundamental teachings and practices. We go through each day being reminded or our progress as an individual and a collective humanity. So what triggers the reminders?
The past few months of my life have been emotional and reflective. With the passing of both my aunt and mom, I was left with the task of liquidity their assets. During this process, it really got me to thinking the importance of "Stuff".
When the discussion of peace arises, usually it is referring to external peace. As humanity, we attack peace with war. How can we achieve peace when we always apply war or a form of war to it, i.e. “war on peace”?
Manifestations are essentially the miracles we call forth to aid us or improve our well-being. Manifestations can't be created; you can only call forth what is already in existence, even if our brain is unable to comprehend its existence, which is why we categorize it as a creation. Manifestations/miracles occur daily, whether we are aware of them or not. It is the level of impact on our life when we take notice of the manifestation, whether if it was a dream coming into the world or a prayer being answered.
Our allowing of the Divine Feminine Energy creates a balance within self. This is what the rise of this energy is about, balance. It's not about the rise of "girl power". It's having balance in Self and the Planet.
When we think of sanctity, we think of holiness, something of sacred value. But, what is it that we truly value? Do we value the object giving meaning, do we value having a claim on something, or do we value possessing a possession?
I have been observing and times criticize what others desire to change their physical appearance, i.e. hair and eye color. As a child I was taught I was fine just the way I was, instilling self-esteem and value.