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Journal of a priestess

Journal of a priestess

How to deal with Anger

Anger. We see it and we feel it all around us lately. It’s the emotion that is ever present in our personal lives, on the television, on the radio, via social networks: everywhere people are getting angry. Where does all this anger come from, what is it’s function and how can we limit the flow of anger in our daily lives?

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2020: The year of the Lotus

2020 is the year of purity and clarity, we are asked to commit unconditionally to our soul’s path and bring clarity to everything that is ambiguous or unclear or let go when this is not possible. We will have to focus on what is really important to us, not allow ourselves to be sidetracked in activities or projects that don’t correspond to our highest truth and be uncompromising…

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2019: The Year of Alchemy
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2019: The Year of Alchemy

2018 was a revelatory year that was intense for many of us, a year that delivered important messages from our soul and a time of major insights. A year where we faced some difficulties, but also experienced great release. This is not new, of course, since 2012 we have entered a cycle of clarity and truth and this cycle continued into the year 2018, with a concentration of revelations in…

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Recognition

No-one will disagree that it’s nice to receive recognition for our efforts, to receive a thank you. It makes us feel appreciated to receive support for our actions. And that’s fine, as long we don’t become dependent on this recognition.  Ever since childhood we’ve been taught to pursue recognition: We receive rewards when we’re “good” and we’re punished when our behaviour doesn’t agree with our parents’ expectations. Later…

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