December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 21

ABC.Dec21Day 21 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I am Life Everlasting. I am an Eternal Being.

Your natural state is foreverness.  ~  Abraham

Time and space are but physiological colors which the eye makes, but the soul is light.  ~  Ralph Waldo Emerson


The Solstice

Solstice celebrates the light that is always there even though our planetary cycle makes it appear to be more or less present. We include a suggestion for a solstice celebration during this Season of Light.

Winter Solstice Celebration

In her book, Real Life Rituals, Minister Karyl Huntley, gives step-by-step suggestions for a solstice celebration. We include her words.

We are here to consider the mystery of transformation, of death and rebirth, of light emerging from the darkness, of the new emerging from the ashes of the old. We are here to honor this mystery in our world and in ourselves, for as it is in the great whole, so it is in the individual.

As we come to the end of the great darkness for this cycle of our world as it spins around the sun – our source of light – we leave anything we would like to release or let go of in the darkness.

Lighting candles symbolizes that which is now taking place, physically and spiritually, in hearts and minds the world over. We celebrate it here together. Witness the light from within the darkness. This light burns in you and through you. There is a place for you to shine your light this coming year. In this moment let that place come to you.

See how brightly the sacred light shines. The light has once again been born from the darkness. The old has left us, and the new is shining from within us. Just one candle flame could light a candle held by every person on this planet, may the light in this room go forth to bless the whole world.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 20

ABC.Dec20Day 20 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

The Universe knows me, and the Universe adores me.

If you will allow it, you will feel the love that flows to you and through you.  You are always seen, always understood – and always loved.  ~  Abraham

If you realized how powerful your thoughts are, you would never keep thinking a negative thought.  ~  Peace Pilgrim


The Solstice

Solstice celebrates the light that is always there even though our planetary cycle makes it appear to be more or less present. We include a suggestion for a solstice celebration during this Season of Light.

Winter Solstice Celebration

In her book, Real Life Rituals, Minister Karyl Huntley, gives step-by-step suggestions for a solstice celebration. We include her words.

We are here to consider the mystery of transformation, of death and rebirth, of light emerging from the darkness, of the new emerging from the ashes of the old. We are here to honor this mystery in our world and in ourselves, for as it is in the great whole, so it is in the individual.

As we come to the end of the great darkness for this cycle of our world as it spins around the sun – our source of light – we leave anything we would like to release or let go of in the darkness.

Lighting candles symbolizes that which is now taking place, physically and spiritually, in hearts and minds the world over. We celebrate it here together. Witness the light from within the darkness. This light burns in you and through you. There is a place for you to shine your light this coming year. In this moment let that place come to you.

See how brightly the sacred light shines. The light has once again been born from the darkness. The old has left us, and the new is shining from within us. Just one candle flame could light a candle held by every person on this planet, may the light in this room go forth to bless the whole world.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 19

ABC.Dec19Day 19 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

How wonderful I am!

We are wanting to awaken, within you, your memory of how wonderful you are!  How good you are, and how worthy of whatever you are wanting you are.  ~  Abraham

The one “I am” at the heart of all creation, Thou art the light of life.  ~  Shvetashavaiara Upanishad


The Solstice

Solstice celebrates the light that is always there even though our planetary cycle makes it appear to be more or less present. We include a suggestion for a solstice celebration during this Season of Light.

Winter Solstice Celebration

In her book, Real Life Rituals, Minister Karyl Huntley, gives step-by-step suggestions for a solstice celebration. We include her words.

We are here to consider the mystery of transformation, of death and rebirth, of light emerging from the darkness, of the new emerging from the ashes of the old. We are here to honor this mystery in our world and in ourselves, for as it is in the great whole, so it is in the individual.

As we come to the end of the great darkness for this cycle of our world as it spins around the sun – our source of light – we leave anything we would like to release or let go of in the darkness.

Lighting candles symbolizes that which is now taking place, physically and spiritually, in hearts and minds the world over. We celebrate it here together. Witness the light from within the darkness. This light burns in you and through you. There is a place for you to shine your light this coming year. In this moment let that place come to you.

See how brightly the sacred light shines. The light has once again been born from the darkness. The old has left us, and the new is shining from within us. Just one candle flame could light a candle held by every person on this planet, may the light in this room go forth to bless the whole world.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 18

ABC.Dec18Day 18 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I acknowledge my fullness, my true self as love.

All of us one day will reach the level of the avatars that we have read about in history the Buddhas, and the Jesuses.  ~  William Tiller, Ph.D.

To acknowledge the quantum self, to acknowledge the place where you really have choice, to acknowledge mind . . . when that shift of perspective takes place, we say that somebody has been enlightened.  ~  Amit Goswami, Ph.D.


The Solstice

Solstice celebrates the light that is always there even though our planetary cycle makes it appear to be more or less present. We include a suggestion for a solstice celebration during this Season of Light.

Winter Solstice Celebration

In her book, Real Life Rituals, Minister Karyl Huntley, gives step-by-step suggestions for a solstice celebration. We include her words.

We are here to consider the mystery of transformation, of death and rebirth, of light emerging from the darkness, of the new emerging from the ashes of the old. We are here to honor this mystery in our world and in ourselves, for as it is in the great whole, so it is in the individual.

As we come to the end of the great darkness for this cycle of our world as it spins around the sun – our source of light – we leave anything we would like to release or let go of in the darkness.

Lighting candles symbolizes that which is now taking place, physically and spiritually, in hearts and minds the world over. We celebrate it here together. Witness the light from within the darkness. This light burns in you and through you. There is a place for you to shine your light this coming year. In this moment let that place come to you.

See how brightly the sacred light shines. The light has once again been born from the darkness. The old has left us, and the new is shining from within us. Just one candle flame could light a candle held by every person on this planet, may the light in this room go forth to bless the whole world.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 17

ABC.Dec17Day 17 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I am a physical extension of Creative Non-physical energy

You are so much more than the physical body you have come to know as you.  You are Source Energy! And you are focused on the leading edge of thought.  ~  Abraham

Return to the root is called Quietness; Quietness is called submission to fate; What has submitted to Fate has become part of the always-so. To know the always-so is to be illumined.  ~  Tao Te Ching


The Solstice

Solstice celebrates the light that is always there even though our planetary cycle makes it appear to be more or less present. We include a suggestion for a solstice celebration during this Season of Light.

Winter Solstice Celebration

In her book, Real Life Rituals, Minister Karyl Huntley, gives step-by-step suggestions for a solstice celebration. We include her words.

We are here to consider the mystery of transformation, of death and rebirth, of light emerging from the darkness, of the new emerging from the ashes of the old. We are here to honor this mystery in our world and in ourselves, for as it is in the great whole, so it is in the individual.

As we come to the end of the great darkness for this cycle of our world as it spins around the sun – our source of light – we leave anything we would like to release or let go of in the darkness.

Lighting candles symbolizes that which is now taking place, physically and spiritually, in hearts and minds the world over. We celebrate it here together. Witness the light from within the darkness. This light burns in you and through you. There is a place for you to shine your light this coming year. In this moment let that place come to you.

See how brightly the sacred light shines. The light has once again been born from the darkness. The old has left us, and the new is shining from within us. Just one candle flame could light a candle held by every person on this planet, may the light in this room go forth to bless the whole world.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 16

ABC.Dec16Day 16 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I am a vibrational power of influence.

Every word that comes out of your mouth will be beneficial to everyone who hears them with their ears—or with their vibration.  ~  Abraham

We cannot live a choice-less life.  Every day, every moment, every second, there is choice.  ~  Ernest Holmes


The Solstice

Solstice celebrates the light that is always there even though our planetary cycle makes it appear to be more or less present. We include a suggestion for a solstice celebration during this Season of Light.

Winter Solstice Celebration

In her book, Real Life Rituals, Minister Karyl Huntley, gives step-by-step suggestions for a solstice celebration. We include her words.

We are here to consider the mystery of transformation, of death and rebirth, of light emerging from the darkness, of the new emerging from the ashes of the old. We are here to honor this mystery in our world and in ourselves, for as it is in the great whole, so it is in the individual.

As we come to the end of the great darkness for this cycle of our world as it spins around the sun – our source of light – we leave anything we would like to release or let go of in the darkness.

Lighting candles symbolizes that which is now taking place, physically and spiritually, in hearts and minds the world over. We celebrate it here together. Witness the light from within the darkness. This light burns in you and through you. There is a place for you to shine your light this coming year. In this moment let that place come to you.

See how brightly the sacred light shines. The light has once again been born from the darkness. The old has left us, and the new is shining from within us. Just one candle flame could light a candle held by every person on this planet, may the light in this room go forth to bless the whole world.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 15

ABC.Dec15Day 15 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I can see my world through the eyes of source.

To see your world through the eyes of Source is truly the most spectacular view of life, for from that vibrational vantage point, you are in alignment with – and therefore in the process of attracting – only what you would consider to be the very best of your world.  ~  Abraham

A hero is someone who has given his or her life in something bigger than oneself.  ~  Joseph Campbell

 


The Solstice

Solstice celebrates the light that is always there even though our planetary cycle makes it appear to be more or less present.  We include a suggestion for a solstice celebration during this Season of Light.

Winter Solstice Celebration

In her book, Real Life Rituals, Minister Karyl Huntley, gives step-by-step suggestions for a solstice celebration.  We include her words.

We are here to consider the mystery of transformation, of death and rebirth, of light emerging from the darkness, of the new emerging from the ashes of the old.  We are here to honor this mystery in our world and in ourselves, for as it is in the great whole, so it is in the individual.

As we come to the end of the great darkness for this cycle of our world as it spins around the sun – our source of light – we leave anything we would like to release or let go of in the darkness.

Lighting candles symbolizes that which is now taking place, physically and spiritually, in hearts and minds the world over.  We celebrate it here together.  Witness the light from within the darkness.  This light burns in you and through you. There is a place for you to shine your light this coming year.  In this moment let that place come to you.

See how brightly the sacred light shines.  The light has once again been born from the darkness.  The old has left us, and the new is shining from within us.  Just one candle flame could light a candle held by every person on this planet, may the light in this room go forth to bless the whole world.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 14

ABC.Dec14Day 14 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I know who I really am.

You are an extension of Non-Physical Energy.  ~  Abraham

All matter is just a mass of stable light.  ~  Sri Aurobino


The Mystery of Light

Both relativity and quantum physics, the two great paradigm shifts of modern physics, started from anomalies in the behavior of light. Both led to radical new understandings of the nature of light. Light occupies a very special place in the cosmos; it is in some ways more fundamental than space, time, or matter.

Relativity and Quantum Theory

The theory of relativity came from the unusual character of the speed of light. According to classical physics, measurements of the speed of light should vary according to the motion of the observer. This happens all the time in everyday life. For example, if you are cycling along a road at 20 m.p.h., and a car traveling at 30 m.p.h. passes you, then, relative to you, the car is traveling at 10 m. p. h. If you were to pedal a little faster until you were also moving at 30 m.p.h., the car’s speed relative to you would be zero.

Light travels a lot faster, but you would expect that the faster you traveled, the slower would be the speed of light relative to you. However, what scientists discovered is that whether traveling toward the light or away from it, the relative speed of light was always the same. Like relativity, quantum theory also points to light as being beyond space and time.

A Common Theme

As in modern physics, ancient texts have light as a recurrent theme. Consciousness itself is often characterized in terms of light. The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation describes “the self-originated Clear Light, eternally unborn…shining forth within one’s own mind.” St. John referred to “the true light, which lightens every man that cometh into the world.”

Those who have awakened to the truth about reality – whom we often call illumined, or enlightened – frequently describe their experiences in terms of light. The Sufi Abu ‘I-Hosian al-Nuri experienced a light “gleaming in the Unseen…I gazed at it continually, until the time came when I had wholly become that light.”

The tenth-century Christian mystic St. Symeon saw – “a light infinite and incomprehensible…one single light…simple, non-composite, timeless, eternal… the source of light. Trained as a Reiki Master Teacher, I see light emanated from our bodies.

Parallels

There are many parallels with the inner light of wisdom teachings and the light of physics. Physical light has no mass and is not part of the material world. The same is true of consciousness; it is immaterial. Neither exists in time and space. Physical light seems to be fundamental to the universe. The light of consciousness is likewise fundamental; without it there would be no experience. In his book, “From Science to God, The Mystery of Consciousness and the Meaning of Light”, physicist, Peter Russell points to physical reality and the reality of the mind sharing the same common ground – a ground whose essence is light.

Monotheistic religions call this common ground God. Many of their descriptions of God have the attributes and qualities of light.

“God is the light, in which there is no darkness.” Says St. John. And in the Koran we find, “God is the light of Heaven and of the Earth.”

God is the source of everything; so is light. Light is the foundation of every action in the universe. And every experience we have is a manifestation of the light of consciousness.


Process

To expand your seasonal celebration, we again suggest incorporating symbols and/or a ritual from one or more of the other celebrations of light in the different cultures and traditions that we described last week – or make up new ones of your own to celebrate the love light within.

Also, we again suggest saying the Great Invocation daily.

Adapted from writings of Alice Bailey

The Great Invocation

From the point of Light within the Mind of the Divine

Let light stream forth into the minds of all beings.

Let Light descend on Earth.

From the point of Love within the Heart of the Divine

Let love stream forth into the hearts of all beings.

From the center where the Will of the Devine is known

Let purpose guide the wills of all beings –

The purpose which the Masters know and serve.

From the center which we call the human race

Let the Plan of Love and Light work out

Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on Earth.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 13

ABC.Dec13Day 13 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

My power is in the now.

There is nothing that is happening because of something you vibrated a long time ago or in a past life. It is not about what you were born into.  It is only about what you are, right now, in this red-hot fresh moment emitting.  ~  Abraham

Ideas can change the direction of life, move the consciousness from despair to hope to upward flight.  Ideas are power.  ~  Dr. Stuart Grayson


The Mystery of Light

Both relativity and quantum physics, the two great paradigm shifts of modern physics, started from anomalies in the behavior of light. Both led to radical new understandings of the nature of light. Light occupies a very special place in the cosmos; it is in some ways more fundamental than space, time, or matter.

Relativity and Quantum Theory

The theory of relativity came from the unusual character of the speed of light. According to classical physics, measurements of the speed of light should vary according to the motion of the observer. This happens all the time in everyday life. For example, if you are cycling along a road at 20 m.p.h., and a car traveling at 30 m.p.h. passes you, then, relative to you, the car is traveling at 10 m. p. h. If you were to pedal a little faster until you were also moving at 30 m.p.h., the car’s speed relative to you would be zero.

Light travels a lot faster, but you would expect that the faster you traveled, the slower would be the speed of light relative to you. However, what scientists discovered is that whether traveling toward the light or away from it, the relative speed of light was always the same. Like relativity, quantum theory also points to light as being beyond space and time.

A Common Theme

As in modern physics, ancient texts have light as a recurrent theme. Consciousness itself is often characterized in terms of light. The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation describes “the self-originated Clear Light, eternally unborn…shining forth within one’s own mind.” St. John referred to “the true light, which lightens every man that cometh into the world.”

Those who have awakened to the truth about reality – whom we often call illumined, or enlightened – frequently describe their experiences in terms of light. The Sufi Abu ‘I-Hosian al-Nuri experienced a light “gleaming in the Unseen…I gazed at it continually, until the time came when I had wholly become that light.”

The tenth-century Christian mystic St. Symeon saw – “a light infinite and incomprehensible…one single light…simple, non-composite, timeless, eternal… the source of light. Trained as a Reiki Master Teacher, I see light emanated from our bodies.

Parallels

There are many parallels with the inner light of wisdom teachings and the light of physics. Physical light has no mass and is not part of the material world. The same is true of consciousness; it is immaterial. Neither exists in time and space. Physical light seems to be fundamental to the universe. The light of consciousness is likewise fundamental; without it there would be no experience. In his book, “From Science to God, The Mystery of Consciousness and the Meaning of Light”, physicist, Peter Russell points to physical reality and the reality of the mind sharing the same common ground – a ground whose essence is light.

Monotheistic religions call this common ground God. Many of their descriptions of God have the attributes and qualities of light.

“God is the light, in which there is no darkness.” Says St. John. And in the Koran we find, “God is the light of Heaven and of the Earth.”

God is the source of everything; so is light. Light is the foundation of every action in the universe. And every experience we have is a manifestation of the light of consciousness.


Process

To expand your seasonal celebration, we again suggest incorporating symbols and/or a ritual from one or more of the other celebrations of light in the different cultures and traditions that we described last week – or make up new ones of your own to celebrate the love light within.

Also, we again suggest saying the Great Invocation daily.

Adapted from writings of Alice Bailey

The Great Invocation

From the point of Light within the Mind of the Divine

Let light stream forth into the minds of all beings.

Let Light descend on Earth.

From the point of Love within the Heart of the Divine

Let love stream forth into the hearts of all beings.

From the center where the Will of the Devine is known

Let purpose guide the wills of all beings –

The purpose which the Masters know and serve.

From the center which we call the human race

Let the Plan of Love and Light work out

Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on Earth.

December Daily Vibes | Celebrating the Light Day 12

ABC.Dec12Day 12 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I know that there are no accidents.

There are no things that happen by chance or by circumstance.  ~  Abraham

Conceive of your word as being the thing.  ~  Ernest Holmes


The Mystery of Light

Both relativity and quantum physics, the two great paradigm shifts of modern physics, started from anomalies in the behavior of light. Both led to radical new understandings of the nature of light. Light occupies a very special place in the cosmos; it is in some ways more fundamental than space, time, or matter.

Relativity and Quantum Theory

The theory of relativity came from the unusual character of the speed of light. According to classical physics, measurements of the speed of light should vary according to the motion of the observer. This happens all the time in everyday life. For example, if you are cycling along a road at 20 m.p.h., and a car traveling at 30 m.p.h. passes you, then, relative to you, the car is traveling at 10 m. p. h. If you were to pedal a little faster until you were also moving at 30 m.p.h., the car’s speed relative to you would be zero.

Light travels a lot faster, but you would expect that the faster you traveled, the slower would be the speed of light relative to you. However, what scientists discovered is that whether traveling toward the light or away from it, the relative speed of light was always the same. Like relativity, quantum theory also points to light as being beyond space and time.

A Common Theme

As in modern physics, ancient texts have light as a recurrent theme. Consciousness itself is often characterized in terms of light. The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation describes “the self-originated Clear Light, eternally unborn…shining forth within one’s own mind.” St. John referred to “the true light, which lightens every man that cometh into the world.”

Those who have awakened to the truth about reality – whom we often call illumined, or enlightened – frequently describe their experiences in terms of light. The Sufi Abu ‘I-Hosian al-Nuri experienced a light “gleaming in the Unseen…I gazed at it continually, until the time came when I had wholly become that light.”

The tenth-century Christian mystic St. Symeon saw – “a light infinite and incomprehensible…one single light…simple, non-composite, timeless, eternal… the source of light. Trained as a Reiki Master Teacher, I see light emanated from our bodies.

Parallels

There are many parallels with the inner light of wisdom teachings and the light of physics. Physical light has no mass and is not part of the material world. The same is true of consciousness; it is immaterial. Neither exists in time and space. Physical light seems to be fundamental to the universe. The light of consciousness is likewise fundamental; without it there would be no experience. In his book, “From Science to God, The Mystery of Consciousness and the Meaning of Light”, physicist, Peter Russell points to physical reality and the reality of the mind sharing the same common ground – a ground whose essence is light.

Monotheistic religions call this common ground God. Many of their descriptions of God have the attributes and qualities of light.

“God is the light, in which there is no darkness.” Says St. John. And in the Koran, we find, “God is the light of Heaven and of the Earth.”

God is the source of everything; so is light. Light is the foundation of every action in the universe. And every experience we have is a manifestation of the light of consciousness.


Process

To expand your seasonal celebration, we again suggest incorporating symbols and/or a ritual from one or more of the other celebrations of light in the different cultures and traditions that we described last week – or make up new ones of your own to celebrate the love light within.

Also, we again suggest saying the Great Invocation daily.

Adapted from writings of Alice Bailey

The Great Invocation

From the point of Light within the Mind of the Divine

Let light stream forth into the minds of all beings.

Let Light descend on Earth.

From the point of Love within the Heart of the Divine

Let love stream forth into the hearts of all beings.

From the center where the Will of the Devine is known

Let purpose guide the wills of all beings –

The purpose which the Masters know and serve.

From the center which we call the human race

Let the Plan of Love and Light work out

Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on Earth.