As you explore, understand and release the negatives in your life, it is perfectly okay for you to feel sadness or grief. Whether they were your own decisions, things you allowed that, in hindsight, were not the greatest or experiences you had because of those decisions, they helped get you to where you are now. You do not have to forget; keeping those memories is called wisdom. You may not be ready to forgive…yet. This process is all about being on your time. Move at a pace that is comfortable for you, ask The Universe for assistance when you feel stuck and know that all will be well. ~ Creator
May 19, 2019 By Suzanne Maresca
By Gillian MacBeth-Louthan, thequantumawakening.com
Wesak is one of my favorite times of year, I just love the blending of the Buddha and the Christ with Quan Yin being a chickie buffer in-between them, these are 3 of my favorite spiritual energies. When they come together is it very soft and powerful and every cell of the body can feel the holy dispensations.
Wesak is the celebration of Buddha’s birth/ enlightenment /& death. According to ancient beliefs, the Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, and left Earthly incarnation under the Full Moon of Taurus. The Buddha returns at this time each year to bring a new Light to the world. Spiritual leaders from all dimensions and times gather in Wesak Valley, high in the Himalayas.
We all have creative endeavours that we would like to put more energy into. Ways of expressing ourselves that brings joy, fulfillment and perhaps a sense of liberation. Yet a myriad of things stop us and cause us to procrastinate. We find 101 other things to do rather than begin that project. There are dishes to be washed, facebook to be scrolled through and goodness knows what else to keep us distracted from that creative expression.
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