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Susan Fairley, April 2015

Quite energetically "sparky" out there this year isn't it? So, what's new – maybe not new - actually a bit more than that, eh? 

The old chestnuts seem to be coming back and:

·       night sweats

·       palpitations

·       lethargy

·       body pains

·       anger

·       depression 

are all fairly high on the list.

We are none of us immune are we? It is at times like this that I am reminded of the late Vicky Wall's advice (creator of Aura-Soma), “keep trimming your wicks!" - which seems to say it all.

In no particular order, here are a few suggestions to dowse over and clear:

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Seeking Harmony, Linda Turner

Nothing is static. Everything is in a state of change. The Universe is opening up to us and the Earth's vibrational rate is increasing leading us to greater awareness of who we are and our connection to Prime Creator.

So many people are searching for the Truth. Well, what does that mean - the truth? The truth about what? What I mean is the knowing, a real gut feeling, that what you are doing is right, that your life is heading in the right direction and that there is a special and distinct purpose to it.

We live life so fast these days and we don't spend enough time getting in touch with who we really are and establishing our connection to Nature (Mother Earth/Goddess). We rush around in ever decreasing circles and never have enough time to do all the things we feel we must do - looking after the kids, doing the shopping, cleaning the house, doing the ironing, cooking meals, going to work - let alone finding time to go to the gym, the hairdressers, lunch with friends, seeing our parents.. Nor do we devote quality time to ourselves to just be, to listen to what is going on in our body, to what it is telling us and how we are really feeling.

We deny our feelings all the time. We are sucked in by our emotions and we react using our logic which often goes against what our heart or body is telling us. We need time to be by ourselves, to nurture ourselves, to seek out our own truths, to listen to what our feelings, our intuition, our very connection to the Divine is telling us. We need time to meditate, to be alone with our thoughts, uninterrupted by the pressures of our daily lives. Only then can we begin to understand who we are in our own reality; the reality that we create for ourselves by our ideas and our thoughts.

If you aren't living your life the way you want it, sit back and take a long look at what you are creating for yourself by the thoughts you think and the words that you say. Look at your relationships. Reality mirrors itself. What it is that you are supposed to be learning from your partner, your children, your family. What it is that they do that so irritates you and in all probability irritates them about you! There is a big lesson to be learned here, so look very carefully and see what it is that is being reflected back to you. The truth may be slightly unpalatable but accept it for what it is - a lesson to be learned. Maybe that lesson is humility, maybe it is acceptance that you are not perfect 100% of the time, maybe it is learning what is and what is not acceptable to you and the realisation that what you and your partner have together is not worth fighting over any more.

We are what we are. We cannot change the fundamental us. We can accommodate others but our essence, our values and our truths must remain the same. If we know what is right for us and believe it because we feel it in our very soul, then we can move forward in honesty. But we do also have to understand that truth is subjective. Each one of us has a different view of the truth based on his/her perception, location and reality in the moment. Do not be judgmental of others. We are not in their shoes nor do we understand what is in their hearts and what they are feeling. If their reality, their truth of a situation is different to your own, then that is how it is and nothing you can do or say will change that. Be accepting. Allow others their views. Your view does not have to be theirs and theirs yours. We all have freedom of choice and we must be able to allow others to have their opinions and views based on what they perceive as their truths.

Agree to differ if that's what it takes but do so with humour and with love, for love is the most important and fundamental essence of all. It is what connects us to our Maker and what we need to reflect back to our friends, our family, to everyone everywhere - even if they are doing harm to others. Only by sending love and vibrating on the love frequency will we achieve the harmony we all seek.


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