Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness
I don’t claim to be an expert on the chakras, but I’ve learned a little bit about them. I decided to open up and see what tips I could receive about keeping them healthy, and the words you’ll read here are what resulted.
I’m sure most of you know about the seven chakras, and we’re believed to have even more chakras beyond the basic seven that’ll come online as we continue to raise our vibration.
Chakras are literal etheric energy centers that bring through and interpret the creative energy of the higher realms, and we unknowingly use the energy that comes through them to create/sustain our reality and keep our bodies physically healthy.
Keeping our chakras healthy is as important as keeping our physical bodies healthy, and as our collective vibration continues to rise, more people will become aware of the chakras and the necessity to treat them the way they’re meant to be treated. Continue reading
Written by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time, October 30, 2014 – http://tinyurl.com/otewrza
Life will often make you feel like you may break. But no one can protect you from that feeling, and confining yourself to solitude can also push you to a negative place. You have to surround yourself with those you love and those who inspire you. It is the reason you are here on earth, to love, feel and realize you are not alone.
You’ll notice I’ve changed the name of this segment from Music With Meaning to Meaningful Music.
Wes: This song from conscious rap group ‘Flobots’ encourages us to do exactly what it’s title suggests: rise up and create a new world. We’re much more powerful as a collective than we realize, and if we get together and harness our collective potential, we can finally start building a new world.
This song encourages us to rise up and make the changes that need made, and only when we can unite will we change the world. Enjoy!
If we stray from our life paths by getting angry or doing something we know isn’t in alignment with the goals we’ve set, the worst thing we can do is descend into guilt. We don’t gain anything by making ourselves feel bad or guilty because we faltered, and we’ll benefit far more from picking ourselves back up and continuing on.
We won’t make any further progress if we’re racked with self-enforced guilt, but we can make a lot of potent progress if we keep our heads up and move forward – even when we falter. We’re here to learn, grow and make mistakes, and to internally punish ourselves for making them is to punish ourselves for doing what we came here to do – experience the lower vibrations.
Yes, a growing number of us are ready to anchor and express mastery, which entails no longer making mistakes, but we have to see that we’re going to falter along the way. This doesn’t make us ‘bad’ or render us incapable of traversing the spiritual path – it simply shows us that we have more work to do.
We can’t do this work if we’re too racked with guilt, so let’s empower ourselves with the understanding that everything we do and experience – good or bad – is ultimately necessary.
Do you choose to forgive yourself today?
Wes Annac <3
Grants Pass 2014: Steve, Kathleen, Jay and Barb
Written by Steve Beckow, The Golden Age of Gaia, October 30, 2014 – http://tinyurl.com/krtbza7
We’re on Whidbey Island tonight, our second last stop from home.
There’s a well-developed community of lightworkers here, most with no connection to the blog, doing yeoman’s work in various areas of lightwork. I wish I had a second self or could bilocate, to write up what this community is up to. One project sums it up: it’s called the Giraffe Project. It honors people who stick their necks out.
Many people might more correctly be called lightholders and loveholders, following Buddhist and Hindu spiritual paths. It seems a deeply-related community and it tugged on my heartstrings quite a bit to leave it. Continue reading