Posts made in December, 2012

Time of Renewal

Posted by on Dec 26, 2012 in Blog | 2 comments

Whether you are wondering where the time went, or saying to yourself, I thought 2012 would never end, we are witnessing a significant change and transition from one cycle to another. If your year was like mine, and many others I connect with, we have just come to the end of a monumental year in terms of profound changes within in our relationships, our careers, our homes, and our thinking about Life with a capital “L”.  While 2012 has been a bit of a roller coaster ride, and unusually trying on many levels, we are now seeing that all those things have been swept or even wrenched away, have opened the way for amazing opportunity, fresh beginnings, and growth in ways we had not imagined before. For those who are aware and prepared, 2013 will be a year for building new foundations, and realizing spectacular growth.  How to prepare?  Dream –and dream big! Use your heart and your desire to see and feel yourself  in a balanced, productive, powerful and more loving light than you have personally felt you could experience.  In other words, reach for your stars, whatever they are. Map out your wishes in the manner that makes sense to you, and follow your inspiration to make 2013 your best year to...

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Holidays and a Mayan Holy Day

Posted by on Dec 17, 2012 in Blog | 4 comments

Hello my dear family, friends and followers, I hope you are all doing well.  I am writing from Cotacachi, Ecuador, a highland town of around 8,000 people  in the Andes. It is an amazing place to be, and one place on Earth where people still seem to know how to enjoy life and each other.  Christmas is near, but for the first time I can remember, I have not been bombarded with marketing messages from everywhere for weeks on end.  It’s funny that I’ve become so accustomed to all the aggressive advertising that it barely seems as if Christmas is just a few days away. If you have known me for any length of time, you will know that I have had an intense interest in the Mayan culture and in the Mayan calendar for several years.  While Christmas is celebrated yearly, and will be here very soon; another event will occur this week which only happens every 5200 years. Yes, the so called “end” of the Mayan calendar takes place on the winter solstice, and many are preoccupied with fantasies of gloom and doom, but those in the know understand that this event is really a new beginning of a cosmic cycle that will see far reaching positive changes in the collective consciousness of humankind.  Celebrate, and greet this new cycle with joy and renewed faith in the rise of all the virtues that have been ignored of late, but are the underpinnings of a civilized...

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