Blogging at the edge of the shift… Part V
Well, the landmark year of 2012 is now well behind us & the mysterious yet promising 2013 is all ahead of us... What a powerful year of change 2012 was, culminating in the auspicious and truly global happening on the Solstice of December 21st... Where nothing happened but everything happened!
No there was no calamitous end to our beautiful world as we know it, thank God & this we must never forget, yet hundreds of Millions of people gathered to celebrate collectively or privately in their own way. Some for example at the historical sacred site of Stonehenge in England where thousands of peeps gathered at dawn to drum & sing & celebrate the new dawning of a promising new age... or like myself at the ancient sacred rock circles of Avebury, where many beautiful happy people gathered to celebrate the moment., other friends of mine just lit a candle and sat in meditation to be here now. It is moments like this where our intention & attitude coupled with our profound belief (it doesn’t matter what or who in ) & trust come together collectively across our Planet at the same moment in time to amplify our resonance and harmony in beautiful synchronicity that results in shifting our reality one mind at a time.
And it is in these subtle changes of mind that our world is changing.
It is not in guns & bombs & wars & revolutions that our world is changing, but rather in simple changes of minds where evolution & growth truly happen. For once a mind has expanded with a new thought, idea or inspiration there is no shrinking it back again.
By changing our inner world we change our outer world. This is the wisdom of the ages, the perennial wisdom, that the ancient sages & mystics have spoken about & taught since the dawn of human time.
So, what & where were you doing & being on the last Solstice of 2012 ??
Or indeed for that matter the Equinoxes & Solstices of 2013... ??
I will close my blog with the inspirational words of Gibran, “ “You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might pray also in the fullness of your joy and in your days of abundance.”
― Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet