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Tom Lescher – Astrology For The Soul, December 30 – 31 December 2014

We are coming into a time of great changes this next month. Evaluate what it is that works for you in your life. What nurtures. What brings happiness. What speaks to your soul and being. Whatever that is begin the movement towards it. “It’s a time of preparing to go. It’s a time of packing your bags “. It’s a time of also leaving behind. Thank you Kaypacha. Reminder staying as present as possible is key. Thank you Lucas for sharing

Lucas 2012 Infos

Uploaded 0n 3o December 2014 Tom Lescher As I design my new future, I let go of parts of my past, The closer I pay attention, The more I will take what will last. This will be a New Year’s to remember! There have not been such intense aspects at the New Year for thousands of years! I’m not kidding…. look at the chart in this week’s Pele Report. It portends a time of great change, of big decisions, big moves, and dramatic occurrences. While being a favorable time for creative enterprises, as the mantra suggests, it will also be helpful to stay very aware, awake, and practice restraint. The Mars opposite Jupiter can tend to go overboard so best to practice “all things in moderation” as you move steadily and surely toward your new future. Truly a time of great awakening and self-discovery which can only lead to better…

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Kintsukuroi: Broken Places are Golden

Sharing. Thoughts for now

Sophia's Children

A piece of pottery that broke, was repaired with gold, and is now Kintsukoroi. Do you see the Rune symbol?(Image shared on a Kintsukoroi post on Camiimac.) A piece of pottery that broke, was repaired with gold, and is now Kintsukuroi. Can you see the Rune symbol? (Image shared on a Kintsukoroi post on Camiimac.)

I admit, the sheer beauty of some of these words calls me to them and inspires me into their mysteries!

Kismet, Wabi SabiWu Wei (the art of non-doing), and Kintsukuroi, for example. Each has its own mystery, its own invitation to us.

Kintsukuroi, for its part, is the exquisite inclination to see the potential beauty in and then make art from the shards of something that’s broken.

As Leonard Cohen sang, “There is a crack … a crack in everything; that’s how the light shines through.”

Those working the magic of Kintsukoroi piece things back together, using precious metals like gold, silver, and I’d suggest copper, because it’s beautiful.

Why do they do this? Why do…

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27 Simple Things to Start Doing for Your Happiness

Integrate these steps into your daily life and see what happens. Thanks so much dear Tania for sharing

Tania Marie's Blog

This is a wonderful article written by Marc Chernoff providing easy “actionable tips”, as he puts it, to work into your daily life with conscious intention.

As people are reflecting on their year behind them and the New Year to come, I know that many are creating intentions and resolutions, so perhaps these might find their way into your commitments to engage and embody.

Remember, every day can be an empowered choice to commit yourself mindfully to intentions. You don’t need to wait for the New Year to roll around to create more happiness, harmony, well-being, and vibrancy in your life and the world around you.

I know from my own experience, that these truly DO make a difference and I keep staying mindful to work on them consistently because of actualizing their value and quality contribution to my life.

Some things are easier than others. Others take more practice…

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Triple Rabbits, Birthday Blessings to Joy, Christmas Eve Magick & Alchemy

I love this post b Tania. Absolutely love it. Happy Birthday Joy!! You both are so dear and touch my heart. Touch so many of us. Such a heartfelt pure love and understanding of these precious creatures and the meaning brought to her life. Love the pics of you as a you girl with your white male bunny. They are precious. And love the pictures of them all and the impacts of each. Oxox

Tania Marie's Blog

rabbit - CopyLast weekend while walking the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary, three rabbits ran across the path directly ahead of me. Two of them were little cottontail rabbits and the third was a much larger rabbit, in comparison, pictured here in the images I captured.

The first two scurried a long more quickly, although hesitated in the bushes for me to have an eye-to-eye, but the third, larger rabbit, lingered to connect more intentfully.

There was something about seeing three and how two were smaller, but seemed equal in energy, and the third was the largest and seemed to embody not only a bigger energy, but one that brought all of their energy together and held its space with very present wholeness.

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I love the energy of three and its integrative, creative power.

rabbit6 - CopyThree also symbolizes growth, magick, intuition, expression, versatility, pure joy of creativity, celebration, Goddess energy connected and reflective of the…

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The Rupture of the Mother Line and the Cost of Becoming Real

Incredible post, thank you to Tania Marie for bringing to my attention

Womb Of Light

Julia Hetta

One of the hardest experiences a daughter can have in a mother/daughter relationship is seeing that your mother is unconsciously invested in your smallness. For women in this predicament, it’s truly heart-wrenching to see that, out of her own wounding, the person who gave birth to you unconsciously sees your empowerment as her own loss. Ultimately, it’s not personal but a very real tragedy of our patriarchal culture that tells women they are “less than.”

We all desire to be real, to be seen accurately, to be recognized, and to be loved for who we really are in our full authenticity. This is a human need. The truth is that the process of becoming our real selves involves being messy, big, intense, assertive and complex; the very things patriarchy portrays as unattractive in women. 

Historically, our culture has been hostile to the idea of women as true individuals.

The patriarchy portrays…

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The Enchantment of Your Own Divinity

Beautiful.

Tania Marie's Blog

enchanted christmasToday’s Daily Thought from Shakti Gawain’s Reflections in the Light: Daily Thoughts and Affirmations:

Your Own Divinity

In the stillness of meditation be with your own divinity. Pause and quietly rejoice in the feeling of oneness with the universe. At some point in your life’s path you became aware that there is more to life than what you perceive with your physical senses alone. At that moment your own spirituality was born in you.

I celebrate the birth of my spirituality.

magickal christmasMay you fully reclaim the purity and wonder that you are innately and may you come to consciously embody the joyous and miraculous spirit of creative love endowed upon you.

And if the bell doesn’t ring for you anymore, perhaps today can be your day to listen a little bit more and to invite imagination into your heart once again.

In the spirit of enchantment and wonder, I hope…

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Valerie Tarico Christmas Articles

Good stuff. I agree with the love light and joy.

Laura Bruno's Blog

Valerie Tarico, author of “Trusting Doubt,” has written a series of articles that answer a lot of the questions that arise around this time of year from people who just don’t quite fit into an easy round hole of Christmas traditions. You can click through to read each piece. Each photo comes from the article linked below it. I particularly love and agree with this advice: “Immerse yourself in the real gifts of the season – love, light, joy, generosity, kindness, gratitude, wonder and shared hope.”

Merry, merry, however you choose to honor this time of year.

nativity scene

The Not-So-Virgin Birth of the Christmas Story

 Christmas - Heavenly host
Candles

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