During the pandemic, that is the question…
Unless you were around in 1918 during the Spanish Flu, for the first time, Americans will have to attempt to celebrate a holiday season during a Pandemic. No matter what state you live in, our government has imposed shut-down orders and some have even gone so far as attempting to put restrictions on how Americans celebrate inside of their own homes. These restrictions don’t sit well with many, and others think they are absolutely necessary to keep us safe–no matter what side of the “fence” you may sit on, we all have some serious decisions to make: are we going to participate in holiday festivities with our loved ones, or abstain?
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If you are not able to orchestrate time spent with others around the holidays due to the pandemic or whatever reason, it doesn’t mean that you absolutely cannot have a good time. Perhaps having a good time is unrealistic, but you certainly do not have to be miserable. Here are some things you can do to cheer yourself up if you’re on your own during the holidays:
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I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a real doozy so far, and it will probably continue to be so. Those of us in the spiritual community knew these “End Times” were afoot, as the planets told the story to expect a rocky couple of years. Despite the difficulties we face, I am hopeful; knowing that these events are all happening for a reason as the old control-based regime falls and new era of Light is ushered in. We are right on schedule, and I have faith that we will get through these trials and tribulations.
Continue reading How to Survive During a National Crisis
We are living in very challenging times. Not only do we have to deal with stress from our jobs, relationships, and other personal challenges, we often have to deal with collective anxiety as the human species struggles with threats that affect everyone on the planet.
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My strongest spiritual gift is my sensitivity: I have clairsentience and clairgustance (the ability to smell energy). When I am around someone that has a cold or bacterial infection I can both smell and taste the pathogens in the air, as well as feel the pathogen’s energy. Viruses have a very distinct smell that is a little different from bacteria. Either way, they both smell and taste terrible!
Continue reading What is a Virus? A Spiritual Perspective
SARS in 2003, The Swine Flu/H1N1 in 2009, Zika in 2015, and now the Coronavirus in 2020. Once again the world is swept up in a whirlwind of fear over another deadly viral outbreak. I decided to tune into my spirit guides for their perspective and recommendations on how we can protect ourselves from infection.
Continue reading A Spiritual Perspective on the Coronavirus
In the wake of this deadly Coronavirus, people are looking for ways to stay safe. First, make sure you are spiritually strong, as viruses attack the body energetically as well as physically. It is important for us to not be in fear of the Coronavirus or any infectious disease. What we need to do is strengthen our immune system. Many diseases are caused by a failure of the immune system and our inability to control viruses that hide out in our bodies. Diseases of the thyroid, pancreas, and some liver diseases for example are now thought to be caused by latent viruses. Here are some natural and cost-effective ways to boost your immune system to not only fight viruses, but to maintain long-term health.
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We have all heard the saying “To err is human, to forgive is Divine.” This is true; Divine beings can and do forgive quite easily (if they even bother to get assign blame or get upset in the first place), but more importantly, every human must be able to forgive to fully access the Divine that exists within themselves. Please know that on the other side of forgiveness, is many of the things that you want but have not been able to manifest on your own.
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Holidays are not Fun for Everyone…
For most of us, the holiday season is a joyful time to spend with family and friends. We enjoy some retail therapy, are lavished with gifts from loved ones, and have an excuse to eat rich foods that know we have no damn business eating. Our otherwise empty social calendars tend to be full around holiday time, giving us something to be excited about. Everything is decorated in bright reds, silvers and sparkly golds, and everywhere you go smells like peppermint lattes and fresh pine. There is a palpable sense of merriment in the atmosphere that we can all feel.
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Getting through the holidays once a key family member has made their transition is one of the hardest things we humans will ever have to do. Can you imagine getting through a Thanksgiving dinner without your mother who used to set it out with a delicious meal every year? Missing all of the love she put into her food and arguing with your siblings about who will host dinner from now on and who makes the best collard greens and mashed potatoes.
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