Recently we have been experiencing an intensive amount of solar activity on the Sun, which is affecting both the Earth and Humans. Solar flares can affect the central nervous system, all brain activity, along with human behavior and all psycho-physiological responses, including mental, emotional and physical well-being.
A solar flare is a magnetic storm on the Sun which appears to be a very bright spot and a gaseous surface eruption such as in the above photograph. Solar flares release huge amounts of high-energy particles and gases that are tremendously hot. They are ejected thousands of miles from the surface of the Sun.
According to Mitch Battros of Earth Changes Media, “One of the best known prophecies/predictions of our Mayan elders is the message of a changing paradigm of our era. In the words of the Maya, it is said that we are now in a time of ‘change and conflict’. Read the rest of this entry »
I recently gave a lecture entitled “The Prophecies and Astrology for 2012.” In preparing for this lecture, I studied many prophecies for this phenomenal year and beyond, including those of the Mayan, Cherokee and Egyptian. Also, with the help of several astrologer friends I studied the astrological chart for December 21, 2012.
I was surprised at the findings of this research. The astrological chart for December 21,2012 is not so catastrophic as we might think. Instead, it is a chart showing a T-square (conflicts), but this one is between Neptune or Chiron (our spiritual source or Healer), Venus (our connection to Earth and our Heart) and Jupiter (wisdom acquired through the expansion of the heart). This T-Square is also aspected by Pluto (transformation) and Uranus (chaos). Read the rest of this entry »
As I was doing a reading a couple of weeks ago, I noticed how negatively a young mother was speaking of her 12 year old. And in the reading we did see that beautiful, confused child having difficulties. So, in a follow-up mail, I sent her some of the things to always remember to say to her child.
1. I love you. Nothing that will happen will ever make me stop loving you.
2. You are wonderful. I look at you in amazement. Not just at what you can do, but who you are.
3. It’s okay to be sad, or to cry. People cry for all kinds of reasons: when they are hurt, sad, glad, worried, angry, afraid, or lonely. Read the rest of this entry »
Often, when we are angered by some arising circumstance or perhaps a negatively interpreted action on the part of another person, it may seem impossible not to focus on the object of the anger. Yet, the mere act of sustaining that focus often becomes an obsession, which tends to replay the stimulus to anger over and over in the person’s mind.
But, have you noticed that it is utterly impossible to remain in an unhappy or agitated state while expressing gratitude? Think about it for a moment and you will see that this is an important and very practical piece of knowledge. And if you are a spiritual aspirant, you should know that a large part of your spiritual journey is rooted in learning to be happy. It also should be readily obvious that learning how to dispel the more afflictive emotional states is both beneficial and quite practical. Read the rest of this entry »
The indigenous inhabitants of the Earth – the ancients – revered the planet they lived on. It was like a mother or father to them, and they considered it a source of all good things. It supplied the food, both from the forest and from the ground, through hunting and planting. The Earth supplied water, and gave them shelter, even when it seemed angry.
Mythology developed around Earth and her children, and many stories prevailed. Many of the gods of old became depictions of the energy of the Earth. And rather than put it into one scenario of singularity, the divinity was often split into many, god-like energies of the sea, the air, the land, the crops, the sun, and even of warmth and cold. But this was always in respect. This sense of respect for the Earth has been the longest held view of the planet, and has existed with the indigenous peoples even up to a few hundred years ago. The ancients recognized it, and were some of the first to establish a protocol with the Earth. They saw the Earth as an Energy of Consciousness, which we then labeled as Mother Nature. Read the rest of this entry »
We all tend to look at lists and steps, ladders and processes. That is our reality, so it is needed. It’s helpful for learning, and it makes sense that we would list these things and ask if the secret of living is within them. But it isn’t.
It’s difficult to define what the secret of living is. I believe it is love of self.
Can you love yourself? Can you fall in love with the face in the mirror? Can you look at yourself as divine and beautiful? Immediately, you let out a sigh and say, “Well, that’s too easy. Of course I can. I can do that.” But you’re not doing it, are you?
Let’s pretend for a moment that you are a little child. What would you say to that child? Well, let me tell you what you often say to the child within yourself: “You can’t do anything right. You’re not important. Be quiet. What you think doesn’t matter.” Read the rest of this entry »
The Summer of 2011 has arrived with a bundle of energy that may upset any plans you have for stability, as the cosmos will be rolling up its sleeves to feverishly attempt to put into play any spiritual initiations you might have missed during the Winter.
Consciousness levels are awake now and running in high gear. Light from the Creator will push you to take responsibility for, among other things, healing your karmic and ancestral history. For many this task may seem difficult and confusing, but you are a Soul who has a connection to your inner voice and Higher Self so you understand the mission during this time. Those who are confused have perhaps found safety and predictability in the old ways, that create levels, hierarchies, and circumstances that can be predictable, even though it is predictability with restrictions. Read the rest of this entry »
The Earth supplied their food, both from the forest and from the ground, through hunting and planting. It supplied them with water and gave them shelter, even when it seemed angry.
Mythology developed around the Earth and many stories prevailed. Many of the gods of old became depictions of the energy of the Earth. And rather than put it into one scenario of singularity, the divinity was often split into many, god-like energies of the sea, of the air, of the land, of the crops, of the Sun, of warmth, and of the cold. But this was always with respect. This has been the longest held view of the planet, and has existed with the indigenous even up to a few hundred years ago… always with respect. Read the rest of this entry »