On a hill outside a small town in Europe a group of mathematicians, musicians and meditators are gathered. They are using electro-magnetic fields to move the moisture in the air of late afternoon until the dampness turns here and there to a thin mist. The pure notes of the musicians hold these mists still in places and the sunlight on them creates rainbows. All of the men and women here, children too, some in silence, some softly singing, begin to weave iridescent patterns in the networks of droplets that are floating on the air.

Connecting with Love

Introduction to Days of Light

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This course is one of a series of Days of Light.  Each day is complete in itself and as you study each one there is a cumulative effect, for each is designed to bring an enabling light to a different aspect of your being.  Each of these days teaches you spiritual skills to bring you love, joy, inner peace and fulfilment. With each day come practical exercises to help you embody and use all that you learn.

Through the teaching of Zadkiel and Sananda these days bring you gifts of the new qualities of light that are streaming into our world now and over the coming years. These gifts are most effectively received, integrated and used when we come together, whether in the outer world or on the inner planes. As you listen to these guided meditations you have the opportunity to experience yourself as part of a universal community of light and love.

Divine Presence

  Open to Divine Presence with the light of grace streaming from the heart of the Sun Special Offer This has been a wonderful series of days, which I have enjoyed teaching greatly. Whether you have attended any of the previous days or not  (this day is complete in itself), I wanted to share something of …

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Anchoring Starlight: Betelgeuse

Astronomy Betelgeuse (pronounced BETL–jooz), currently the brightest star in the constellation of Orion the Hunter, is about 640 light years away.  Currently – because this huge star (also known as Alpha Orionis), is a red supergiant that fluctuates between 300 and 400 times or more the diameter of the Sun, so that around 1850 it was …

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