The month of December always brings with it the message of “giving.” Whether we honor the tradition of Christmas, Hannakah or Quanzaa, we might notice that in spite of their differences, they have some things in common. One of those things is being in favor of giving, or “for” giving. In case you haven’t noticed, being “for” giving adds up to being “forgiving.” What better time than the end of a year to let go of past grievances so that we start the New Year with a heart and mind that can focus upon high intentions for the coming year rather than dragging a heavy back pack loaded with guilt, resentment, judgment and prejudice with us into the next moment…
This time of year is called the “Holiday Season”, and with it most of us get pulled into the frenetic mode of hustle and bustle. Whether or not you celebrate the various holidays that roll around right about now, you just might sense and feel the fog of crazy energy descending upon the masses as it accelerates into full blown madness. What if this year you refuse to be influenced by or caught up in the hectic holiday season and decide to think of ways that you can season your life with calm, beneficial joy-filled feelings rather than the insanity of overwhelm? Oh, I know the Christmas Season, aside from its religious connotation, is touted as a time of joy,…
In this new now moment, I acknowledge and honor the Endless Light in which I live and move and have my being. I feel that same Presence inside me, and I see It in all people. I choose love over fear and allow reverence for all life to radiate from my heart and mind.
I give thanks for the insights, wisdom, inspiration, harmony and abundance making clear my way before me. I faithfully follow my Inner Guidance as I let any fear or hesitancy be dissolved by spiritual strength. I fearlessly move into action.
I open to receive love and goodness in its many forms. Likewise, I give of my own self as I express love, kindness, generosity and compassion toward others. I welcome the New Year with confidence, joy, and inner peace.
In gratitude, and in the name of all that is Holy, I say Amen … and so it is.
Please take a moment to enjoy a recent interview Phylis did on Hay House Radio where she discussed here now book Forgiveness – It’s NOT What You Think It Is. Phylis discusses the process of being ready to forgive and detaching from the negative emotions that we are holding onto. Phylis also discusses her Soul Math Process during the interview.
We are so excited about the new book Phylis has written called “FORGIVENESS ..it is NOT what you think it is.” The Forgiveness Process detailed in this book goes way beyond the barrage of information already available on the subject of forgiveness. The author explains the profound negative effect unforgiveness has on the body, mind and spirit, and shares her personal discovery about what forgiveness really is, a unique and effective process for actually doing it, and a way to confirm to one’s self that it’s been done.