It’s that time of year again in the great rotation of cycles. How we choose to view the season will make a great deal of difference in the manner in which we continue to play out our lives. Life is always to be celebrated regardless of the illusions before us.
It is nearly Thanksgiving in the U.S. marking the official beginning of the holiday season. Know that in this unique time of the year there is an awakening in you of the spirit of Gratitude. It is the true essence of Thanksgiving.
This week, a busier than usual week with Jax's 2nd birthday + party coming up on the weekend, more than ever I'm taking one moment at a time - and trying to do that without the usual 'relentless mental pace' that apparently has been going on behind the scenes of what I thought was a fairly calm self!
It is an interesting feeling living in the NOW, almost like not standing on solid ground, yet it's more stable really than where we used to stand which was predominantly constantly in the past or future.
As you tune to the New Harmonics of Consciousness your relationships will be transformed. More and more you will find yourself being able to access a nonchalant attitude toward others. This will bring more humor into your lives and more fun.
Last week in this space I told you about how a wonderful teacher of mine, Terry Cole-Whittaker, once helped me understand what my resistance was to embracing a new truth, my own truth, about something.
There is time on this earth within each lifetime for everything your soul needs to do in order to feel loved, healthy, happy, and abundant, and while you might not think so, we ask you to examine whether your actions are guided by the head or the heart.
Oh, beloved ones, it is time for you to begin to live from Me directly. It is time for you to drink this Love and to consume the manna of Heaven. It is time for you to begin to make a switch from living through a physical body to living directly through your heart. You already know that in the realms of Spirit there is no such thing as the eating of food. There is no need to take one life to feed another. For many of you this has never made sense, has never felt right.
This morning I made myself a cup of tea and settled into the sofa to review some of the episodes on Charlie Rose last week. I found an interview with Joan Didion, author of A Year of Magical Thinking and her new book Blue Nights. As I watched their conversation unfold, Charlie asked this acclaimed writer a powerful question: “Joan, what do you live for?”