May the eternal flame burn brightly.
May it spark more souls to Peace.
May it ignite more hearts to live their own “Profiles in Courage.”
May it forever remind us to honor and live our own legacy.
We honor this today, on this day, November 22, 2013 ~ the 50th anniversary of the passing of the torch, as visionary President John F. Kennedy left this world. May his eternal flame burn brightly forever….
~ DeAnne Wolfgram, Conscious Connections NOW
photograph: “Eternal Flame”, DeAnne Wolfgram 2008
Note: This blog post and message were shared at 11:11 AM PT, November 22, 2013.
We are Ready!
We are ready to bring more of the fullness of our own unique “humble magnificence” to life. So many of us are feeling this surge of passion, purpose, courage and creativity.
What an EPIC time! What an extraordinary Life!
Ready to LOVE through every moment.
Thank You Destiny! We’ve Got This Now!!!!!
This fantastic post was shared this past Monday, November 18, 2013 by Melynnda Button, our Edgy Mystic of the virtual spiritual retreat forum Sacred Circle Retreats.
My fellow Sacred Circle Retreats guide Melynnda and I had just shared an immense, wondrous and even a bit intimidating personal session for me. I have felt the call to step up and step INto my soul purpose now. Together, we collaboratively discussed this and received insights. She encouraged me not to feel overwhelmed by what presented itself to and within me.
Less than an hour later, she posted this Destiny message.
I was smiling, tearing, beaming and KNOWING ~ this is true.
The days of following and playing small are done for many of us. It takes COURAGE TO BE all of who we are and who we came here to express and manifest in this world. Thankfully, so many of us are holding one anothers’ hands and hearts during this transformative time, encouraging each other to generate that inner courage ‘INcourage’, trusting our divine and inner guidance and following those nudges of our knowing within.
Lao Tzu said, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
With inspiration, Melynnda shared this with me later the same day, “Each step forward strengthens the next.”
Step by step….. along our paths… the journey of life blossoms for us all.
Enjoy your journey everyone.
Your destiny is ready for you now, and you are ready to live it.
Given that many more people are seeking to empower themselves now, it is important to recognize and realize that power does not look like what we’ve been taught in the outer world. Empowerment is inner power. Empowerment is withIN us.
Please read this gentle potent message by Sacred Circle Retreats creator and my dear soul friend, Jackie L. Robinson. She expresses this message of inner power beautifully. ~ DeAnne
“Our power is a quiet allowing of ourselves to be filled with all that we are, even as we are emptied of all we’ve believed ourselves to be.”
Gentle aware empowerment and Presence flow through every word here…. So very true. ~ Thank you Jackie for this message you shared at Sacred Circle Retreats. Love this so very much. DeAnne, Conscious Connections NOW
Claiming Your Power ~
‘Spiritually Centered’ oil on canvas by Karen Zima.http://artscad.com/A.nsf/Opra/SRVV-7HP5TF
There comes a moment
where so much comes….
that you simply free your heart
and receive it…
with arms wide open….
~ This was my morning message of 11/16/13 and oh, what a day it has been. CREED’s song “Arms Wide Open” played as the soundtrack the entire day….
These were my thoughts after watching the Presidential Special News Report 11/14/13.
I appreciate a United States President who extends prayers for those under intense struggle across the world. I value a Commander and Chief who takes responsibility, admits mistakes, expresses humility, offers apologies, admits frustration, encourages dialogue, and works tirelessly despite constant challenges (and the obvious impact on him) and much more… I appreciate the magnitude of what that job entails and the toll it must take on a conscientious person.
I am not a political person. I am not opening up my page to critical commentary of any kind here.
I DO want my friends, no matter your political affiliation, to remember and recognize the immensity of the job a president undertakes. I live with a man who presided as union president and did it to the best of his abilities, tirelessly, collaboratively and conscientiously. I slept alongside him as he tossed and turned some nights. I witnessed that no matter how well he did his job there would always be someone who wasn’t happy about something. It is the nature of being in high leadership. You are never going to please everybody. The level of responsibility and pressure is extremely intense, especially for a genuine leader who is there for the sake of service to others and not for the power or prestige.
I would like us all to simply appreciate what a president must endure in his/her job and give that person the respect that they are due. For generations, the United States presidency was treated with respect and so was whomever presided there.
There was a time we abided more by the Golden Rule. It is my wish that we, as a country, truly live by that value once again.
Let us live by Gandhi‘s creed. May we, “Be the change we wish to see in the world.”