The Angels are always trying to help people who constantly say “I know”. What They offer these sweet souls in exchange, are the following 3 choices. I highly recommend you consider them because sometimes, saying “I know” all the time-really cuts people off. It limits THEM from telling YOU other things that you may not know. So here are the 3 choices: Instead of saying “I know” you can say “I see”, you can say “I hear ya”, or you can say “I understand” All those responses invite more conversation. Picture 2 people at a bus stop. One of them says to the Other- “man the weather’s really bad today” And the other one says “I know”. END OF CONVERSATION… But if that Other person would have just responded “I hear ya..” Then that very conversation might have continued and developed into something even bigger.. This world has NOTHING to do with what we KNOW but it does have EVERYTHING to do with what we LEARN and we only learn when we let others teach us and that LEARNING only happens- if we LISTEN. And if we do KNOW something, then yes of course, we are OBLIGATED to SHARE. But, even as we share, we still need to listen. There is Conversation and there is Dissertation. One is a beautiful dance for 2 and the other is simply a display of solitary movement, motion and noise.
You really blessed me today Miss Bonnie. I’m more than grateful for all the wisdom my Angel’s gave me thru you and I’m going to follow thru with everything they advised me to do ❤❤❤ here’s a picture of my family. If you only knew what happened after I got off the phone with you, it was just as supernatural as when I was talking to you! I’m an iceberg now in thought, in speech. Thanks again and happy Saturday xoxo
God bless you! Adriana Milliga
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The Sub-conscious Mind is an interesting place. It is the Seat of The Creator. Because it is so, the Sub-Conscious Mind is INCAPABLE of Processing THE NEGATIVE. So when we say aloud “DON’T forget your keys, DON’T forget your keys” What is the first thing we forget? OUR KEYS… The DON’T is a negative term and so the Sub-Conscious Mind tosses it out like an old newspaper and what remains in our statement is…. “FORGET YOUR KEYS, FORGET YOUR KEYS”. Interesting yes? So you can see how important our words can become, especially when seeking a new relationship. If you live in the past and declare “NEVER again”, what do you suppose the Sub-Conscious Mind receives? YES! You are correct~ it hears~AGAIN! So we make the same choices we made before and sit back and wonder how in the world that happened. If you want to change your life and point it in a better direction, CHANGE THE INTERNAL LANGUAGE of the Mind. Instead of what you DON’T WANT…declare what you WANT. So in lieu of I DON”T WANT ANOTHER ALCOHOLIC~ it becomes, I want a partner who can drink in moderation. See how that works? Good. Now go about your wonderful day in a POSITIVE manner, eliminate any NEGATIVE words from your “Mental Dictionary” and watch the Magic! Love you all! ~Miss Bonnie
The Autumnal (Fall) Equinox occurs the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator – the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s Equator – from north to south. This also happens with the Vernal (Spring) Equinox
The September equinox coincides with many cultural events, religious observances and customs. It’s also called the “autumnal (fall) equinox” in the northern hemisphere and the “spring equinox” in the Southern Hemisphere.
CUSTOMS AT THE EQUINOX
In many cultures, the September equinox is a sign of fall (autumn) in the northern hemisphere. In Greek mythology fall is associated with when the goddess Persephone returns to the underworld to be with her husband Hades. It was supposedly a good time to enact rituals for protection and security as well as reflect on successes or failures from the previous months.
Australia Aboriginal Australians have, for a long time, had a good knowledge of astronomy and the seasons. Events like the September equinox, which is during the spring in Australia, played a major role in oral traditions in Indigenous Australian culture.
China In China the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, is celebrated around the time of the September equinox. It celebrates the abundance of the summer’s harvest and one of the main foods is the mooncake filled with lotus, sesame seeds, a duck egg or dried fruit.
Japan Higan, or Higan-e, is a week of Buddhist services observed in Japan during both the September and March equinoxes. Both equinoxes have been national holidays since the Meiji period (1868-1912). Higan means the “other shore” and refers to the spirits of the dead reaching Nirvana. It is a time to remember the dead by visiting, cleaning and decorating their graves.
Christianity The Christian church replaced many early Pagan equinox celebrations with Christianized observances. For example, Michaelmas (also known as the Feast of Michael and All Angels), on September 29, fell near the September equinox
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