Happy New Year everyone! Today is the last day of the Season of Illumination. If you have done the spiritual practices every day, you have set yourself up for a great beginning of this new year, and this new decade. Even if you haven’t done it every day, just being aware, reading the daily post, and thinking about it, has set your soul on a path to new and wonderful stuff.
Today we add to our wreath a bird as a symbol of joyful release. Here is the affirmation to say when you are hanging the bird on your wreath: “Just as this bird lets go and trusts its perfect flight, I let go and trust in the creation of my perfect good.”
And here is the treatment we have been doing over the last ten days:
God is all there is to see.
God is here inside of me.
I realize that all the Good of God is flowing through me now.
My heart is filled with gratitude.
I let go and let God.
I release this Treatment into the action of the Law knowing that it is already done.
And so it is!
At the time you take down your holiday decorations, you may want to remove the symbols from your wreath and add them to your treasure map. Also, remember to mail your thank you notes. It is our desire at Center for Spiritual Living – Carson City to make the Season of Illumination an annual event, so store your wreath, star and bird in a safe place until next year. We welcome any comments or suggestions as to how the Season was meaningful to you or ways to make it more so.
Today you can also join in a world peace meditation. I have specifically heard from Centers for Spiritual Living in the following places: Falls Church and Sterling, Virginia; Eureka, San Francisco and Oakland, CA; Colorado Springs, Grand Junction and Denver, CO; Lewisville, KY. All of these centers have reported in that they are participating in the world peace meditation. I know there are others. By participating in a meditation in which people from all over the world are participating, you join in that common consciousness and contribute your part to world peace. This meditation began this morning at 4 am Pacific Time, and will continue throughout the day.
Once again, have a glorious and fun filled and peaceful New Year!