The Beginning of the End – by Annette Rochelle Aben


October is HERE!  To many people, this is the beginning of the end, the end of the year, that is. With three months left, plans are not only being made and carried out to ensure a happy holiday for one and all, but people are already filling out their calendars for 2017.

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The Life in the Barn – by Irene Nielsen


Mathilde shuffled around among her fellow sisters in the stable where she had lived all her life. It was quiet and everything was as it had always been. Mathilde knew about everything that was going on in the barn, the inner telepathy among the cows in the barn was lively and with an inner understanding. Mathilde loved when one of her sisters could tell something new or one in the flock had dreamed something exciting. She even dreamed of the large fields where she and her sisters where able to enjoy themselves and tell each other stories. One day were rumors that there was coming a new cow to the barn. The day came and in the barn came a new cow. Her name was Maren. Maren was interesting; it was always exciting with new cows. But Maren was special, she beamed and Mathilde found out that Maran had experienced something she had not. Slowly went Mathilde over to Maren in the dark and stuffy shed. She stood beside Maren and said hello. Maren turned slowly so she could look directly at Mathilde. “Well, hello to you, is your name Mathilde?”

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Holding More Light – A Paradox – by Nancy Ring


Both humanity and the Earth hold more light now than they ever have. Are you finding this hard to believe?
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That’s how the Akashic Records laid the groundwork for the question we each answered last night on our monthly Akashic Gathering call. Our topic was “Holding More Light”.
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Yes, there certainly are times when I find it hard to believe we are holding more light. Do you agree?

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Let’s Call it Magic – by David Little


I recently went on an epic road trip covering a small part of Western Canada. A friend of my wife’s had recently arrived from England to visit. We wanted to show her the vast beauty of the land and different changes that occur to the landscape every couple of hundred kilometers. This can be hard to grasp from pictures or images from the internet. She is from a small town in northern England where the countryside is rather beautiful. The difference is, if you drive 500 kilometers you would be in another country, here in Canada you would still be in the same province. The geography is ever-changing, big, bold and beautiful.

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Ancestral Healing – by Flora Elmore


In the years I have been doing my Shamanic practice, I have learned to provide ancestral healing services to my clients. People with reoccurring patterns of behavior or illness will contact me and we will start the process of picking through the psychic rubble of what their ancestors have left behind. Sometimes it is a history of abuse. Sometimes it is a pattern of self-sabotage and sometimes it is an illness that isn’t medically genetic but it keeps occurring repeatedly in each generation. I encourage my clients to create a space in their home that is dedicated to their ancestors. A space where they can place pictures, military medals, and mementos from their loved ones. I always tell my clients that the healing can really only go back as far as three or four generations so anything from before your great-great-grandparents will be of no help in this work. Each generation contributes deeply to the character and coping skills of my clients.

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There is Magic All Around – by Sara Jane


Close your eyes and imagine…
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Imagine there is nothing, you can’t see anything, it is black, there is nothingness. You can’t hear anything there is silence, you can’t feel anything.
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Nothing – an existence without stimulation for your senses.
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Slowly you become aware of a sound, of birds singing.
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You become aware of your body, of your breathing, you try and move your legs, they move; you stretch and move your head, you sit up.

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Naturally, Sexually, and Magically Yours – by Nancy Zimmerman


This month I wanted to really concentrate on writing an article that would just “wow” the socks off of everyone who read it.  What I have come up with will be a way we can begin to change our way of thinking and reacting, to bring ourselves to a more natural approach to life.  When I ponder the topic of things that are unnatural, my focus immediately turns to what is natural instead.  The very word natural causes me to dwell on nature and the restorative powers that it possesses… the magic it possesses.  When we think of nature and realize the sexual approach to keep the species intact, I realized that the themes for this month are intricately interwoven when we take a true look at the three not as an individual term, but rather as a beautifully woven plan in the Universe.

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Love Gone Wrong – By Devrah Laval


There’s no accident that three quarters of our television shows are all about drama. We know that we are trapped somehow.  We also know that we’ve got to get out and free ourselves from this melodrama that we’re starring in so we can return to the peace and love that these characters are ultimately trying to get to also. However, everyday life doesn’t always work like that. The reason for this constant drama and feeling trapped is that we are looking for love inall of the wrong places – love gone wrong.

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Dragon Wisdom – Itticoatala – Sara Jane


Listen to the rain.
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Listen to the beat of your own heart.
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Listen to the sounds of nature.
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Life.
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Life is precious.
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All life is precious from the smallest creature to the biggest mountain.
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Life has many forms.
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Open your eyes, let yourself truly see what surrounds you.
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The smallest shoot to the largest tree.

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Hardwired for Magic – by Moon Laramie


Brad Pitt does it. Sophia Loren and Heidi Klum do it. Even ice cool Serena Williams does it. What exactly is it they do? They all have their own magical practice to petition the Universe for the outcomes they desire. Brad Pitt wears a shark tooth necklace with the ability to keep its wearer safe from harm. Serena Williams bounces every ball exactly five times when she serves. Heidi Klum keeps a bag of baby teeth to bring good fortune and Sophia Loren refuses to wear purple believing it to be a magnet for evil.

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Tasting Magic – by Linda Lang


I think I’ve always believed in magic. From a young child, and throughout my adulthood, my sense of awe has not diminished. And I’m certainly no stranger to experiencing magic in my life.

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Sexuality Goes Deeper Than You Think – by Lori Peters


We love words like sexuality— they are provocative and raise an eyebrow. We all have our own perspective on what it means. Some think of sex and intimacy while others may think of feeling good about yourself and being self confident. I think it’s part of who we are and it makes us feel alive.

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Everyday Magic – by Sabrina Fritts


When I was a little girl, people often associated my name with Sabrina the Teenage Witch from Archie comics. I enjoyed the association, as I felt magical. The world seemed full of possibilities and I had dreams of flying over my neighborhood, no broomstick required, free and unrestricted by human laws. I also had a black tuxedo cat, adding to the mystique.

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Magic of the Trinka Five – by Flora Elmore


There is always that one person in the family who is deeply superstitious or has little rituals, like leaving a light in the window or cream in a saucer for the fey. For me, it was my grandmother.  She had a whole list of little things we should never do or things we should do just to keep the spirit world happy. One of the little rituals she taught me was the Trinka Five spell for getting money in a pinch.  It has turned out to be a valuable little spell in my repertoire of magic making and I thought I would pass it onto you.  I even made a video about it.  You will find the video link below.

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Color Me Natural – by Annette Rochelle Aben


Years ago and I mean years ago, I decided to color my hair. Why? Because I felt my natural color wasn’t me. I just knew there had to be a color out there that would make me feel more comfortable in my own skin, more natural! I chose a beautiful shade of red. My “natural color”, affectionately known as “dish-water blonde”, was to forever be a memory.

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