Six Starts to the New Year


1. Learn to love yourself 

We might look in a mirror and see that our bodies are ageing, getting fatter or that our hair is beginning to disappear, appear in unusual places or change in colour. 

The form that we have is the one that we chose so rather than being at odds with it, we should aspire to completely love the self in complete acceptance of everything that we can perceive. Until we do this, we are not loving ourselves or indeed others, merely performing acts of love. The energy of the spiritual self resonates with pure love and we must bring that energy into the human experience. If we can achieve this we reach that place of non-separation (a unification of the physical and spiritual) where human “being” replaces human “doing” or “performing”. 

In the visible world we come to identify ourselves and say that this is who I am. We give ourselves names and labels and an identity. From an esoteric perspective we are identifying the “non-self” the being that is the human illusion of the self which gives us a way of living life from a point of reference. Whatever we perceive as the self we should learn to accept it. 

2. It is never too late to implement change 

Don’t let the conscious mind find a reason not to initiate change. Each time we prevent ourselves from moving forward we restrict ourselves, limiting our growth and horizons. Remember that the universe requires us to learn through experience rather than relying upon existing templates of human reality. 

Each time we go with what is in our hearts we start a new journey. The inner journey never ends and there is no right or wrong just consequence. Always allow for the possibility of belief and remain open to new experiences. 

3. Make it matter 

Decide on what really matters and concentrate on these themes rather than be distracted by what doesn’t matter. By concentrating on what matters we manifest change around things that are important to us. As the embodiment of living energy we have the ability be the cause and the masters of our lives, but when we become distracted we begin to merely counteract the effects of chaos (often other peoples). As each moment is precious – make it matter. 

4. Let go of what isn’t needed 

We live in a time of information overload. When someone is talking don’t allow yourself to be caught up in the story or the drama of their chaos. Instead step back from this and attempt to look at it from the perspective of a spiritual being separate from the drama of the third dimensional human situation. Look at the energy behind the words; is it yours or someone else’s? 

The same principles can be applied to letters, emails, texts and media broadcasts. Be discerning and teach yourself to look at what lies behind the messages. If it isn’t important, let it go. 

5. Support through love 

Don’t give your empowerment to any forces (or people) that do not support you in the celebration of your love, joy and truth. 

Don’t allow yourself to carry around emotional (or other) baggage whether it is yours or that of other people. Remember that E-motion is energy in motion. 

6. Remind yourself that you are a spiritual being having a human experience 

New Year is often a time when we seek further clarification and direction from spirit; for example through a consultation with a medium or clairvoyant. 

Remind yourself that you are also a spiritual being, having a human experience and not just a human being receiving the occasional spiritual experience. Take time during the year ahead, to step out of the world of form and matter and connect with that part of you that is not inphysical form. Use this time to reassess and review your Earthly life from the perspective of the “spiritual self.” 

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