by Edith Boyer-Telmer Dear Friends,welcome to another day of my column “The Daily Angel” with solid advice from the angelic realms. The past days the stellar realms have provided a lot of energy for transformation. In todays angelic number sequence it is reflected that collectively cicles are closing now and the new is about to…
Questions about Meditation.
From a reader:
You were saying last time that you went into the forest to meditate; I know quite a bit about meditation in particular the one they practice in Thailand which is “Vipassana” but what I would like to know is when you meditate yourself how do proceed? Are you using mantras or are you repeating a sentence or sentences? I need to know if you’ve received some advice from Kamooh about meditation. If it’s to long to write it down I’ll not mind calling you. I need your opinion about this as soon as you can.
Reply from SunBôw:
Meditation is addressed in Book 2 and 3 (of The Sasquatch Message to Humanity).
There are many ways to meditate, depending on the needs and situations. The first technique I learned is the silencing of the mind consisting in clearing the mind from…
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You might have noticed that the zodiacal signs express polarity in multiple ways. One is that one sign expresses up and/or out, then the one after it expresses down and/or in. This is one way the energies of masculine (former) and feminine (latter) present in astrology and correspond to fire and air (masculine) then earth and water (feminine) in alternation around the Wheel. Fire, Earth, Air, Water is the cycle. Aries (fire) bursts up and out of the hibernation of winter. Taurus (earth) follows. It settles the fire so that it can be used to generate life. Gemini (air), then, breathes into the stability and sometimes intransigence of earth which results in movement and adaptability. Water comes next with Cancer. Unto itself, movement is unproductive. Flow is productive. Flow includes the paradigm “this follows that predictably.” Additionally, in flow all components are aggregated together into one whole, each part serving…
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Editor’s Note: This is a time of deep personal change. The strength of the vibrational change will be seen in the corporate world, as well as in our personal world.
Please listen to Molly McCord speak of this life-changing energy, apply this intense change to your personal world (power and activation of self), and BE..
October 1st, 2019 By Tom Crawshaw Guest Writer for Wake Up World It’s likely that, at some point in your life, you have come to the conclusion that you’re either an introvert or an extrovert, and you’re reading this post precisely because you have identified yourself as being an introvert. So what does being an…
Pluto goes Direct at 20 degrees of Capricorn on October 2nd after being Retrograde since April 24th. This is not necessarily earth-shattering news in and of itself because Pluto goes Retrograde for almost half a year every year. There’s more to the story.
Since April, we have experienced the effects of Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto going Retrograde. Now Jupiter and Saturn are Direct while Pluto and the outer planets Uranus and Neptune are Retrograde. However, the key players this year have been Saturn and Pluto, leading up to an exact conjunction that takes place in January of 2020.
Themes currently highlighted:
- The final purge of something unhealthy or troublesome
- Explosive and strong energy that needs the right outlets
- Regaining a sense of power, purpose and momentum
- A radical transformation of some aspect of life (relative to both Saturn and Pluto’s position in a natal chart)
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