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  • DIGNITY IN THE FACE OF CHALLENGE DURING CHANGING TIMES

    We are ending a nine year cycle and at the start of another and we see this reflected throughout the world.  Any individual change is a type of death to the old and the familiar, as we give birth to the revising status.  It affects the individual, their family, community and so on.  Many people say when expecting their first baby “my life will not change”  Maybe this brings the significance of the Christmas Story to life in the here and now.  Life will change out of all recognition as anyone who has had a child will know, we are in ignorance and in denial … more

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  • Be the change you seek

    And so change is upon us again!  We move in the direction of our current interests as do all others until we find our rightful places in the here and now as we let go of the past.  This month we have been tested in our acceptance of the Greater.  Nothing to ‘fix’ all is as it should be.  No need to protect anyone or anything, we’re being asked to accept and cooperate within the updated requirements.  We cannot change things for it is within the circumstances that we leave old placements and accept new ones and if we cooperate it is easier for … more

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  • Finding our new pathway

    Keep Your Eyes Fixed On The Light

    Think victory, think triumph, think of overcoming. Raise your thinking; see the light shining before you and keep your eyes fixed on the light. All around you there may be darkness, but that does not matter as long as you keep your eye on the light and follow that straight and narrow path, neither looking to the right nor to the left. Keep on ever onward, knowing that no matter what happens you will reach the goal. The way may be very rough at times but be not daunted, be strong and of good courage. You each have a contribution to make towards the whole … more

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  • The bridge across the void

    We hear a great deal about how teachers should interact with those who choose to study with them, also how students should interact with those who are giving instruction.  I have always believed that we earn any respect we are graced with.  But recently I've been taken to issue.  All facilitators learn to cope with temper tantrums, reticent folk, those in crisis or those who are grief struck.  We cope with being challenged by those who think they know better and so on.  The people who took me to task were saying that the lineage of people doing our sort of work should … more

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  • KEEP ON KEEPING ON

    This month we are being challenged to move beyond old fears we’ve inherited or created within our solar plexus and to reconnect to purity of heart.  The heart is the most innocent part of who we are and there we are free as to what we choose to trust.  If we were lucky as children we trusted our parents and thought they had all of the answers.  Later we found out they didn’t!  Have we been able to forgive them and ourselves for our naivety.  We transfer our allegiance from our Management Upstairs and Mother Nature onto our father and mother respectively at … more

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  • Facing your genetic memory and choosing to upgrade yourself.

    Genetic predisposition. Could it be the reason you react to life rather than respond appropriately ? We explore the notion of cellular memory/genetic material and how info from the past is being stirred up through our current relationships and lives. Looking at life as a series of lessons. Instinctual feelings arising from the environment you're in. Choosing between acting out the old or upgrading to the new takes work. We are a global nation. if we are to get along, we are to learn how to incorporate each others differences and find common ground, perhaps evolve beyond our old stored … more

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  • Finding the courage to honor synchronicity

    So a massive great explosion is taking place in the waters of life and as a result all things are changing and we’re getting ready to take the next step.  Demonstrated well in politics, finance, world relations and so on on the macrocosmic world stage.  But, also reflected in each individual on the microcosmic levels.  Now we face some fundamental questions which will need to be answered.  

    Do we work in the interest of ourselves or do we attempt to work on the behalf of the greater good?  It is so easy to fall into the ‘what’s in it for me and mine& … more

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  • Shape shifting our reality

    The experiences we have within our lives on Earth shapes our inner and outer action.  The interaction between the two shows us how to blend the inner and outer experiences into a focused beam, and how to love.  As we learn to focus our love with good intent so we become more capable of navigating our way through inevitable sorrow, disappointment and disillusionment.  There we face a choice, whether to use our love regardless for the good of all and try to be a catalyst for improvement or whether to withdraw and be alone. Two major events this month are the summer solstice and … more

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  • The Opportunity that presents within Crisis!

    Errol Weiner author of several books and a long time friend of mine, says times have changed:  “The 'new age grouping', as it is apparently understood, is over, and it no longer is the chalice for Christ Consciousness 'in demonstration'. It is living off its 'past' and its 'past achievements' and the 'talk is no longer the walk' and has not been for a good number of years. Many people know this, and in fact many people are depressed and disillusioned because they know this, and do not know what to do about it, and they also know that there is nothing that can be done about it … more

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  • Wake up!

    During times of transitions we can ease the load for ourselves and each other by choosing acceptance over judgement, love over fear, communication over withdrawal and hope over despair. Life from another person’s perspective can make equal sense even when their perspective is diametrically opposed to our own.  This is provided we focus on what we share and not on what divides.  And if we are able to ‘see’ the common ground that being a human provides to us and we let go of the need to be right to only own our own viewpoint.  Only then can we embrace the … more

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