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Covid-19 And Spiritual/Religious Living

Get VaccinatedThe Metaphysical Side of Pandemics

Be responsible to those you share this life with. At home, out in pubic, out in the world. Wear a Mask and get vaccinated!

What and how we think, creates our moments, day, week, month, year and life. If you approach the day with anger, in the end, you’re helping to create an angry world. Your attitude can be picked up by others, even people you don’t even know, and you can spread the anger, or hate, stress, fear etc. And the really sad part of this is, the one you will hurt the most, is YOU.

Everything in life has a component of Karma. Everything. Including a Pandemic. When an event occurs in the world that impacts billions of people, there’s no way to doubt the energy flowing through the ethereal around the world.

How many times have you participated in a holistic healing to send energy to far off areas to those in need? This isn’t any different really. Energy is energy and it flows around everyone in one way or the other. Continue reading

The History Of Samhain And Evolution of Halloween

 Photograph by Mukul Soman

Photograph by Mukul Soman
National Geographic

Samhain – The Celtic New Year
Whether you use the Gaelic pronunciation “Sow-en”, “Sow-ween”, “Sah-ween” or the Americanized version “Sam-hain” (yes that is an acceptable pronunciation), it’s still the biggest holiday on the Pagan Calendar.

It’s the start of the Celtic New Year and honors the year that has passed. It is the time when the veil of forgetfulness is lifted between the physical world and the spiritual world. Where the dead are honored and communication with spirit can take place more than any other time of the year.

For pagans it’s a time of celebration, but it’s also a time of reverence and deep spiritual reflection for the past and the future year to come.

An article by the Library of Congress states: Pagans divided the year by four major holidays. According to their calendar, the year began on a day corresponding to November 1st on our present calendar. The date marked the beginning of winter. Since they were pastoral people, it was a time when cattle and sheep had to be moved to closer pastures and all livestock had to be secured for the winter months. Crops were harvested and stored. The date marked both an ending and a beginning in an eternal cycle. Continue reading