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Your path of light magnetises rich experiences to you.

You grow as naturally as a tree does.

How can you shape or influence the future? If you are feeling fearful about the future or thinking negatively as you look ahead, how might you change those feelings and thoughts?

Is karma universal? Does each person experience an exact mirror image of what they have done to another?

[mp3-jplayer tracks=”FEED:/freemeditations/sm2013/sm131205″] Happiness is born in the moment. You only ever find it in the now. Which does not mean that you cannot enjoy memories and anticipations, but find those too in this present moment, for that is where they can nurture you. When you are happy you are in the flow. Not happy? Something …

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Pink-Lotus-Trimmed-150x150There is infinite love for you. You might say that your role here on Earth is to accept this infinite love into your life.

Now let’s express this idea in a different way. You yourself are infinite love. The infinite love that you are has chosen to express itself in a location in time and space where love is not yet fully known. You are the doorway through which infinite love becomes known on the earth plane.

[mp3-jplayer tracks=”FEED:/freemeditations/sm2013/sm130905″] Love changes all things. Love can change time too. When you love a moment it expands. There is more room for you, and the love that each moment brings is easier for you to discover. You are given moments, many moments of time in a life, so that you may have many unique …

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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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Aldebaran Field

Aldebaran is a big, ancient star, far larger than the Sun (see the image for a comparison of their sizes) and the brightest star in the constellation of Taurus, the Bull. At about 65 light years away it’s a comparatively close neighbour. Within the constellation of Taurus it appears as part of an open star cluster, the Hyades, but it’s actually much closer. It lies near the path followed by the Sun and the Moon as they cross the sky and is regularly occluded by the Moon as it passes in front of it. Aldebaran’s luminosity is considerably higher than that of the Sun, about 425 times as bright, while its surface temperature is a little less than the Sun’s. Over the next few million years it is expected that it will grow brighter yet.

Developing from our previous session, Sanat Kumara guides you to explore the relationship between the Christ Light and time and space.

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