December 11,  2012

 

 

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Congratulations to this month's winner of a free reading- coaching session with Diana -- Joyce Lutz!

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In This Issue

  • The Winner is . . .
  • December Special for Readings/Coaching Sessions
  • It's Finally Here! December 2012 
  • Phillip's Wisdom
  • The Master's Book of Answers
  • The Sacredness of December 
  • Ways You Can Be of Service
  • Diana's Events

 

 


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To be Released

The Master's Book of Answers by Phillip is set to be released soon. Filled with wisdom to help you achieve mastery, you can use this book as your own private oracle. Simply ask a question and open to any page for your answer. Watch for the date of release!

 

 



Did You Know . . .?

Some members of the Wadamo tribe of the Zambezi Valley in Zimbabwe are born with only two toes on each foot, which is an inherited trait. Interestingly, the people can walk as well as anyone with five toes on each foot.

 

 

 

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It's Finally Here!
December 2012

For years we knew it was coming. We just didn't know what it would be like. Now the time is here, December 2012, and we're still asking--what does this month mean? What is happening to our world?

            The words of President Evo Morales of Bolivia in an address to the United Nations on September 26, 2012, eloquently explains the power and importance of this month: "...according to the Mayan calendar, December 21, 2012 marks the end of non-time and the beginning of time. It is the end of the Macha and the beginning of the Pacha. It is the end of selfishness and the beginning of brotherhood. It is the end of individualism and the beginning of collectivism...the end of hatred and the beginning of love. The end of lies and the beginning of truth. It is the end of sadness and the beginning of joy. It is the end of division and the beginning of unity..."

            Each and every one of us is either contributing to the beginning of joy and unity in our world or we are stuck in our old patterns that no longer serve our lives or the world. In order for our world to survive, we must be the change we want our world to become. We must stop our selfishness and remember we are all brothers and sisters. We must end our hatreds and be love. We must stop our lies and be truth. We must give up sadness and be joy. We are being called. It is time to answer.

 

 

 

 

Phillip's Wisdom

 

In the end, all that matters is the way we have treated ourselves and taken care of those into whose life we pass. We obtain things to make our lives easier and more comfortable, to open to knowledge and to be aware of beauty. Yet it is the love that matters.

We love to allow the generosity of heart to fill us and to move through us to the other and on to a larger, continuous circle. In turn, we vibrate with the love that radiates back from this circle that we ourselves have lit with the Light of Love.

Circles vibrate and attract within their vibrating level, which in turn intermingles with others who are in themselves a circle of vibration. This interchange strengthens each vibratory circle, thus reverberating and echoing along the arches until reaching the center of the circle where the human resides.

The stronger the original signal, the stronger the vibration of the circle's signal. The human controls the signal through genuine emotion. If the life force is weak through each emotion of the heart, the signal will be weak and not attract other circles of emotion. That person will eventually tire of feeding itself and burn out. A life force cannot feed itself in a sustained way without energy from another source.

There are two sources of feeding yourself, and both are needed at this stage of evolution. The first of course is the Prime Source, or what you call God. But this source is often misunderstood. This is part of the life source of each being and what we feed one another as well as ourselves.

This Life Force runs through all that is and all that is, is constantly feeding you as you are feeding all. The strongest force in the form of influencing another is the force from the same species. Thus, a tree has a stronger influence on a tree than does a rabbit on a tree. This can also be broken into subspecies and still be true, so it can be said that an oak has a greater influence on an oak than on a maple or pine.

Where humans are concerned, your influence on one another is greater than is the oak's influence on you. This is not to say that the oak or rabbit or stone or dog does not influence you. They certainly do just as you influence them. It is to say, however, the greatest influence on you comes from other humans.

This said, you can then understand why your emotions play such a pivotal role in attraction of the influences you want around you. At the simplest level, like attracts like. The explanation of this, we have already given, but the question is always raised that if this is so, why is there suffering?

              Again, we must look at the bigger picture. Each human is at the center of each circle. The vibration of the circle changes and is strengthened by the emotion and its intensity. The greater love, the higher the vibratory frequency, and the lighter and brighter the circle. Here, recognize that like attracts like, so the frequencies of vibration call out and pull into themselves their own.

If a person is emitting a genuine emotion of compassion, the vibratory frequency of compassion will seek out others who are at the same time emitting this same frequency, The same is true of anger, although that is a denser emotion and travels at a slower pace. The danger of the slower, heavier emotions is that they do not move away easily but tend to get stuck in the circles of attraction.

The lighter frequencies do not get stuck as they move at a lighter and greater pace, which allows them to enlarge at a much faster rate. Thus joy reaches out from its center to re-energize itself easier and faster than does a denser, genuine emotion.

If we have been caught in a denser emotion, we suffer. This must be looked at along the entire soul path, not just one life, although it is only one life that humans experience at a time. If-and once-able to comprehend their God-self, they will no longer suffer, because they will give up ownership and allow life to flow for the experience.

Suffering comes through ownership of something and its loss. Another way of expressing this is to say our suffering as humans is in direct proportion to our attachments and expectation of that which we believe should be.

You believe your body should be strong and healthy. This is your expectation. You are attached to your body's strength and health. Loss of this causes suffering. The same is true when someone you say you love moves to a different plane of existence. I say someone you say you love because love does not bind or judge, which we do both with our expectations and attachments.

Loving fully does not mean holding onto or binding the other with your expectations. Loving fully means just that-loving. In loving fully, there is no suffering. There is only loving.

 

 

 

 

The Sacredness of December 

 

In many religions and spiritual expressions throughout human history, December has been a sacred month. It is a time of death and rebirth as expressed in many ancient myths that may have their origin in Winter Solstice. December 21st, Winter Solstice, is the shortest day of the year, a time for inward reflection.

            For the ancient Celts, December was the time the Sun God traveled to the underworld to bring back the mysteries for life and to bring back those souls who were to be reborn in the coming year.  

            The ancient Greeks held the celebration of Dionysus, the God of the Grape Harvest. On December 21st, after consuming a bit of the fermented grape harvest, the women of the village descended upon one of the men of the village-a representative Dionysus-and sent him off to his doom. Then on December 25th a baby Dionysus was born in the village. The Romans kept December 25 as a sacred day, with so many gods being born on that day, among them Apollo and Hermes.

            From Egypt we have the great love story of Osiris and Isis. So deep was their love for one another that Osiris' brother Seth became jealous and murdered Osiris and flung his body parts across the land. So great was her love for her husband, Isis traveled throughout Egypt, gathering pieces of Osiris and bringing him back to life. Before Seth once again murdered Osiris, Isis conceived a child, Horus. Osiris became God of the Afterlife, and his son Horus, God of New Beginnings.

            In Judaism, in the second century, the temple was recaptured. The lamp was lit, but there was only enough oil for one day. Still, a miracle, the lamp burned for eight days. Today, the Jewish people celebrate Hanukkah, lighting one candle a day for eight days to commentate the miracle in the temple.

            On December 25, Christians around the world celebrate the birth of the baby Jesus. Historically, this birth date may have been chosen because of the holiness of the Roman holidays. Regardless of what day Jesus was born, for more than 2,000 years December 25th has been celebrated as the day a baby was born to give the world love and hope.

            In our modern-day world, we still follow the cycle of death and rebirth as we end the year and begin a new one. May the passing of the old year see the death of any worn out unhealthy life patterns and the may the rebirth of the new year fill your life with love and hope for a greater life for you and for all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ways You Can Be of Service

As we near the end of the year, it is a good time to clean out closets and give to others those items that no longer serve your life. As you go through your things, keep these ideas in mind:

  • Bless each item and thank it for its use to you. Bless the person who will now find use for the item, and then bless yourself.  
  • If you aren't quite ready to give away an item, put it in storage for six months. If at the end of six months you haven't missed it, then it's time to give it away.  
  • When storing away your holiday decorations, put aside the decorations that you want to donate. Mark the box before packing it away, so next year at the beginning of the season, you can give it to someone in need.

Be extra generous this December with the charities you support and send an unexpected gift to someone who has helped you this year.



 

 

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Until next month!

Love & Blessings,
Diana

Diana Rankin
Psychic Reader and Transformational Life Coach

 



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