April Energy: Tips to Thrive in April 2017…

Posted Friday, March 31st, 2017. Filed Under Voices of wisdom | Leave a Comment

I don’t know about the rest of you but the last two weeks has been a real shakedown/shake out of stuff in my life. Somethings have gone away suddenly, some things are being questioned as to how or if I want to proceed, in some instances I have decided who I want to work with and surround myself with and those I don’t, and finally some opportunities are opening up to me for me to consider. I am taking it one day at a time and accepting what is coming my way. Perhaps this article will help prepare you for April. We are about to go into mercury retrograde April 9th however you might feel this energy beforehand- things slowing down, communication issues. computer or appliance issues to name a few. It is a good time to review, revisit, and reevaluate. It is not usually a good time to sign contracts. April seems to be a good time to plant the seeds on what you want to move forward on. That’s what I am focussing on — working to get clarity.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend and enjoy this article.

All my love,

Sandra

Tips to Thrive in April 2017

Selacia
a message from Selacia
Friday, 31 March, 2017

Right now and leading up to the April 10 Full Moon is a perfect time to set in motion new ideas, plans, and projects. The key to success is focus, presence, and acting on what you know with divine timing.

There is an energy of newness in the air. Projects and perhaps some of your relationships can benefit. Invite a knowing of new approaches to key relationships and creative pursuits. Updating your view of what’s possible can create big shifts – even miracles.

Our world remains chaotic and uncertain, the constant dance of events unfolding even shocking at times. As I’ve written about recently and in my “2017 Predictions,” what we are moving through now is bringing to the surface unprecedented happenings and challenges.

Do not be discouraged. There is plenty of good and abundant opportunities to move through the chaos to discover your best self – and thrive!

The following are some tips for finding your center so you can thrive. Invite your inner wisdom to speak to you as you continue reading.

FIRST, be mindful of challenging energy cycles like the grand cross occurring around the time of the Full Moon. If you are sensitive you may start feeling this days ahead. The key to moving through this is to stay in your heart, avoid reaction, and choose the high road. Not always easy, but do your best. If something triggers you so deeply that you feel stuck, explore akashic records patterns in your DNA.

SECOND, utilize the Mercury Retrograde of April 9 to May 3 to reconfigure things in your life. Inner work is favored and can lead to significant breakthroughs. Dream work is recommended, too, for the dream state can feel deeper and the mysteries you are able to unravel can be profound. Consider a dream journal, noting insights that come to you throughout this cycle.

THIRD, consider reflecting daily about your passions and how you as a soul can express these in more tangible, productive ways. Think big picture and include both everyday tasks and your dream aspirations. The more that your passion is involved in daily living and interactions, the greater the likelihood that you will succeed with big goals. It’s about your energy signature, after all, so keeping that high-frequency is your key to thriving.

FOURTH, aim your sights on April 26 with its New Moon that can provide a marker moment for shifting something significant in your life. Inner work and steps you take beforehand can prepare you for a mega transformation. This may involve an issue you have struggled with this past year, a goal that has been just beyond reach, or even something outside your radar.

FIFTH, give yourself the gift of time and space daily to simply be still and go within. You are a quantum being, operating on many levels beyond your awareness. Your consciousness needs moments of stillness to be able to assimilate your experiences and to be fed by the divine.

Copyright 2017 by Selacia – a globally known writer, DNA intuitive healer, spiritual teacher, and the creator of The Divine Changemakers * All Rights Reserved * http://selacia.com * Feel free to share these articles with your friends and post to your blog or website as long as you include this entire copyright notice, with link back to website, and the full article text.

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Happy New Year… let’s welcome in 2015

Posted Thursday, January 1st, 2015. Filed Under Voices of wisdom | 2 Comments

This year is finally over. It was quite a year.

I for one am happy that it is over and I am very happy to welcome in 2015. I have taken the last few weeks of 2014 to recuperate and regenerate to gain my strength for 2015. I am excited and looking forward to this year.

I did my best to leave behind the ‘garbage’ of 2014 in order to fully embrace 2015. I begin this year on a different note and vibration from last year. I know who I am and no longer allow my past to hold me or stop me from living the life I choose to live.

I am surrounded by a great family, friends, and colleagues. I am on holidays with my boys right now. It’s been a lot of relaxation.

This weekend when I return I will sit down to set my intentions for the year. I have been thinking a lot about what I desire to unfold this year. I am ‘seeing’ it; visualizing it.

I know many people sit down to set resolutions which often are broken within the first month.

This year I suggest you set intentions: the larger picture. Rather than saying you want to lose 10 lbs. this year think about becoming more healthy and as a result of doing so you will get into shape and likely begin to lose weight. Who knows, perhaps you will lose more than 10 lbs.

I will be looking at all parts of my life: my relationship with my children, family, friends and partner; abundance and receiving – my work and multiple sources of earning; my youth work; giving back and more.

I have another book I want to write geared to the youth about social entrepreneurism, entrepreneurism, intrepreneurial mindset within the corporate world and marketing from the inside out. This book will be focused on corporate culture development.

This weekend take time to write down your intentions for 2015. Ask yourself, do you need to change your thinking? Actions? The people you surround yourself with? First and foremost, make the decision to be authentic and true to you.

I want to wish you all a wonderful year ahead. Happy New Year to you and your families… May 2015 be a year filled with love, joy, peace, and abundance in all areas of your life.

All my love,

Sandra

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Setting your Intentions for 2013

Posted Thursday, December 6th, 2012. Filed Under Voices of wisdom | Leave a Comment

Every year around this time I start to think about what I want to achieve next year, the person I am and want to be and so forth. I recently read my last two years of intentions and it was fascinating to see how I have become/embraced my intentions.

I just want to remind you that an intention, for me, goes beyond goals; it is not just about what you want to achieve rather who you are and/or want to be. Some questions that will help: What kind of work do you want to be doing? Who will surround and support you? What do your relationships look like? Can you see living in the abundance that you so desire? Is there peace and joy in your life? It is about the larger picture.

This year is a different year from past years for we are at the end of the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21,2012. While this is true, you can look at this as a shift in energy: one door closing and another one opening; A move from the Age of Capricorn to Aquarius. From what I read, no one knows exactly when the shift in energy occurs and Age of Aquarius begins. I believe it is sometime in early 2013. Some of you are listening to the fear that is out there: This is the end of the world, the Armageddon. You have a choice as to which one of you will accept: fear or hope/love. Whatever you choose will affect your intentions.

I ask that you please put aside all of your fear. How many times are you willing to listen to the “nay sayers”? As we approached 2000 there was this great fear that moving from 1999 to 2000 was going to bring this great breakdown – systems were going to crash! I am sure that there were some issues however for the most part the transition to the 21st Century was a smooth one.

For those who see this as a time of opportunity and hope set your intentions to match this feeling. I know I will. In the next few days or weeks when you sit down to write your intentions sit back and dream. Ask yourself, “If I had the perfect life what will it look like?” I want you to push yourself to a place you have never gone to before. Dream large. I will look at my personal dreams for me, with my children, with my boyfriend and partner, with my friends, with my family, with my health, with my financial position and overall receiving abundance. I also will focus on how grateful I am of what is in my life right now. It all begins with being grateful. If you need to let go of thoughts or things that are holding you back, do so right now. Do not delay.

This is a wonderful, magical time. I am very excited for 2013. There are so many wonderful things happening in my life right now.

I want to wish everyone a wonderful weekend.

All my love,

Sandra

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What Rejection Really Means By Tim Ryan – July 11, 2012 1 Comments
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10For most, rejection is a horribly uncomfortable thing. Even the thought of it makes us uneasy. This permeates our everyday life in so many ways and regularly affects how we make decisions. The goal is to avoid rejection and we work back from there.

Yet, if you’re not getting rejected it probably means you’re not aiming high enough. When it comes to careers, we’ve all been through interviews where we didn’t land the job or didn’t even receive a call back. This is more constructive than you might imagine.

When you’re rejected, there’s a suggestion that the other party doesn’t see a fit. It may not be obvious to you, but perhaps they’re right. If it’s not a fit for both, chances are it won’t be a great long term fit even if you are successful in landing it. Therefore everyone is better off.
How many of the applications that you’ve submitted over the years can you honestly point back to and say “I wish I’d got that one” or do you feel like it probably worked out for the best in the end?What’s more, rejection is great experience for your career. Each and every profession has a certain amount of rejection “baked in” – whether you’re a not-profit applying for funding, a business development executive pitching to clients, or an entrepreneur looking to raise money. The reality is that rejection is a part of everyday life. Get used to it.Rejection is also an essential step to building something valuable. You’re learning, you’re growing, and pushing yourself to improve and do more. Winston Churchill once famously said: “Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm”. Those who aren’t being rejected simply aren’t trying hard enough.We need to accept rejection for what it is – an essential step towards meeting our goals and a sure sign that we’re aiming high enough.Photo: used under CC license .Comments (1)Laszlo ErdosyJuly 17, 2012, 07:58 AMBeen there too often as an engineer. Five times I believe. Some where expected, others weren’t. In the end it is always the same thing; you don’t fit in. Tough, find somewhere that you do. It may take time; you may need to upstate, or something else. The world will not end. I once got booted after getting a letter of reference for a mortgage. That was a doozie, but afterwards I got two offers. So there is a silver lining always; just try and find it.

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