Sunday, December 18, 2011

It's the Holidays

The holiday window opens on December 20th

through New Year's Day 2012 ... and on into creation. Enjoy!

Blogs will be short for now, unless something major happens in the world - as people travel, shop, party, and get way from their computers. I've been busy with holiday preparations, Santa, friends, family, and clients.

I don't know if I ever mentioned it, but if you are still looking for a gift suggestion, people often give a reading with me to someone they care about or to themselves. I also want to thank those who have sent cards, gifts, and an unknown reader who sent a box of holiday treats.

Gift giving, and the sending of holiday cards, has evolved through the years, often becoming electronic, though many people prefer the old fashioned way and brave the long lines at the post office - or better still - exchange gifts in person. This has been a tough year for many people, so celebrations should come from the heart and a place of caring more than anywhere else.

Emotionally, don't go to a space of sadness and depression if you are not celebrating the holiday as you would like to. It's all part of the changing landscape of the world and its never ending challenges. For richer or poorer, for better or worse, in sickness and in health, we are all still married to this program, till death us do part ... or it fades to black ... on a winter's night one year from now as the story of our journey closes ... or not.

Close your eyes. Go to one year from now. What do you see?

The question I am most asked these days: "Who will be President in 2012?" Next year will have many surprises, but for now it looks like more of Obama with troops returning home and policy changes if possible.

I have spoken to people in all walks of life from around the world, and no one has a viable solution on how to fix the economies of the bankrupt countries. Most see things getting worse, so plan accordingly and follow your inner guidance.

Christmas takes us to the church and this story in the news:

Pope heads into busy Christmas season tired, weak   My Way - December 17, 2011

People who have spent time with him recently say they found him weaker than they'd ever seen him, seemingly too tired to engage with what they were saying. He no longer meets individually with visiting bishops. A few weeks ago he started using a moving platform to spare him the long walk down St. Peter's Basilica.

We've all learned a lot in 2011 about how the hologram works and where consciousness is going. For now, it's best to plan something that makes you laugh and perhaps helps others. If you can't make a difference in your life, perhaps you can make a difference in someone else's.

Chanukah - December 20 - 28, 2011

Happy Chanukah to those celebrating in the light.

Crystalinks Christmas Files

December 22, 2011

Sun in Capricorn

Happy Birthday to the Capricorn Readers

Winter Solstice

Astronomical Observatories - Newgrange


December 24, 2011

New Moon 3° Capricorn