Martin Luther King Day January 21, 2013
This quote by Martin Luther King Jr. brings to mind the yoga concept of Ahmisa, non-harming. When we truly practice non-harming we look at what violence takes place within our own minds. Our thoughts are very powerful, choose them wisely. When our thoughts are of a negative nature whether they be directed to our own selves or toward others, they create harm. We are all connected, so we are all affected.
such a great message to start the first lunar cycle of 2013…
Have a Happy 01/12/13 everyone! 🙂
Message from the Divine Mother
10 January 2013
Channeler: Eliza Ayres
I AM the Divine Mother.
Beloved ones, we wish to welcome you into your new world now that you’ve had a week or two to feel out the new energies. While it still may not be apparent to many people that anything happened during the Shift, we can assure you that much has indeed happened. As was witnessed by some who are presently embodied on the planet among you, the very structure that previously supported the third dimension has been removed by those great Beings who constructed it in the first place. Your world and everything upon it has been moved up into the 4th dimension and will now move gradually into the 5th dimension, as more people begin to feel the heart-based feminine energies that are now available to anyone.
The work done by the light workers on…
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Seconds converted into minutes,
minutes into hour,
hours into day,
days into week,
weeks into month,
months into year
the year 2012 is left with its last moments.
Really I am not interested to bid farewell to 2012
2013 is waiting and I have to welcome 2013 and
the Mother Nature
Let it go its “Nature”
and I abide by the “Mother Nature”
hence ready to welcome 2013
and to bid farewell to 2012
Bye Bye 2012
” Happy New Year”
World, Let us Celebrate for 2013
Let us empower ourselves in 2013 !!!!!
I Wish 2013 will allow us to live our life to its fullest.
“Wish a Wonderful 2013 Ahead”
The new year is a perfect time for setting your intentions for the year to come. We have come to call these New Years Resolutions but in times of old it was a time of reflection, of gratitude and of considering the harvest which has been reaped and choosing the best seeds for planting in the next cycle.
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