News-in-Transition

11 August 2017

 - The theory that we plan our lives was something I had never heard of before 2011. Up until that point, I could not have even imagined such a thing. Even after hearing about it 3 years ago, it took me quite a long time to let this concept into my paradigm. How I stumbled upon it wasn’t even through my avid research of the afterlife and reincarnation. It came to me through a vision I had. Before the vision, I believed in reincarnation. The idea of it had always fascinated me and I felt strongly that I did have past lives; I just didn’t know what those lives entailed. After three years of intense research and listening to many people from all different backgrounds and beliefs speak about it from all around the world, I knew it was something that needed to be shared and discussed.

“Many people feel that reincarnation can’t exist because they don’t remember their past and my answer to the world is we do remember. We don’t have the details but we have certain key hints as to who we are. The type of music we like, the people we are most attracted to, the types of food we like, the clothing we wear, certain periods of history that we identify with. These are indications this is where we have been before and so our present incarnation or our present lifetime is a composite of all the fruits of what we were before.”

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23 July 2017

 - For millennia, we humans have had our most important conversations, forged our strongest, alliances, and made our biggest decisions at the same location. The dinner table. In every corner of the globe, family traditions have been passed down through recipes, ceremonial serving items (Grandma Pearl’s set of fine china or Uncle Hazzba’s after-dinner hookah), and stories shared over meals. The sacred before-meal prayer — offering thanks for the bounty and abundance that feeds and nourishes our bodies — in the many forms it takes across cultures, has been a grounding reminder for even the smallest family members about the importance of being grateful for what we have.

Sadly, I see these rituals becoming less common in our busy modern lives. Families gather around the television instead of the hearth, individuals interact with their devices instead of each other, or food is grabbed from a package while on the run. Meanwhile, many are longing for more connection to each other, to the Earth, and to spirit.

The conscious preparation and sharing of food as a sacred ritual is a powerful binding force for families and communities. When we lovingly prepare food together, and serve it with gratitude, we receive more than just physical nourishment. The secret ingredient in every tenderly prepared dish around the world is the same: love.

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29 June 2017

 - Nothing is truly separate. Nothing exists in isolation.

All things, events and people are intimately interconnected. In essence, all is one and one is all. Oneness IS.

I always knew that everything was connected in some way, but in a superficial way, without intrinsically understanding it. Oneness made sense to me as an idea, but I never fully grasped the immense truth and profundity of it until recently. I merely understood the interconnection of everything in the same way that one views a place on a map. Sure, you can envision what it might look like, but you never really understand it until you see the actual place.

“If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.” – Carl Sagan

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19 January 2017

Gnosticism - In Gnosticism, God, creation and man are together in an inseparable whole.

Everything is permeated Spirit. In the Gospel of Thomas we read:

Jesus said:
I am the light which is above all.
I’m AL.
As AL it emerged from me and
AL came to me.
Divide a piece of wood and I am there,
lift up a stone and you will find me there...

It is an aspect which is tucked away in the ecclesiastical Christianity. Fathers as Clement of Alexandria and Tertullian still knew the words of Jesus:

If you’ve seen your brother, you have seen God.

A statement that is kept out of the New Testament gospels.

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5 September 2016

 - In a mad world, we all want some philosophical salvation. Let's make sure it's based in truth though.

The new age movement has a lot good stuff to offer. It provides a general pathway to realizing our essential nature so we can step into our strength as an energy having a human experience. It also opens up doors to self-healing, self-sustainability and selflessness. 

Yet, there are many harmful 'beliefs' that circulate it too.

This is not by accident either; as we all should know by now there is a shadow order who have very strict intentions about humanity's future, especially building a world-wide centralized control-system which is dressed up in a pretty outfit so it's welcomed by the masses. Anyone who has their critical thinking engaged can see that this dark occult agenda has influenced the new age movement, just like it has with basically everything else.

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Calendar of Events

Group healing events for the remainder of 2017:

22 September - Equinox

21 December - Solstice

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