“My mission is to teach, heal and inspire others to heal themselves by connecting to the power of Spirit within.”
- Rev. Uki MacIsaac
The end of a calendar year is always an opportunity to go within and reflect on the events, decisions and experiences we encountered. It’s a chance to take inventory of our lives: where we have been, where we are at now, and where we envision ourselves in the near future. As we transition into a new decade, a whole new set of possibilities and challenges awaits us. As a lot of chaos seems to be manifest in the outer world, we are invited to focus ever more on our inner reality and the traits we wish to cultivate in order to meet the new decade with strength, resilience and vision.
I believe that as lightworkers we have to shine our light, no matter what. If we buy into doomsday projections, we feed disempowerment and fear, the very energies we try to counteract.
Summer time: a time to enjoy the gifts of the season, to interact and play, and a time to tend to the garden - verbatim and figuratively speaking.
Whether you are a gardener or not, have you considered the garden of your soul? That metaphor relates to our self-care and the loving awareness that helps us to distinguish weeds from things we want to grow. We plant seeds with every thought, every action, even every non-action. Some seeds germinate quickly, others take more time to root and unfold. Seeds of negativity, such as resentment, living in the past, envy and doubt develop into 'weeds' that are often hard to eliminate. The most persistent weeds are the ones with deep roots and survival strategies. They grow underground, in the depths of our unconscious/subconscious mind. Awareness is the tool that exposes these pernicious weeds and stops them from propagating in the garden of our soul.
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