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To The New Year

Embracing Change

Sankalpa

"This new year my sankalpa is to consciously act from a place of love-heart centered intuition-to bring forth my ascension; to commune with my Higher Self and share with others my journey". - Tamara Liz

Each year on December 31st we set out to begin anew, hopeful and eager to see our goals, dreams and wishes realized in the new year. Rest assured that before midnight on 12/31, we all have something in our minds (even if on the back burner). Some people have little rituals, they may pray, write, draw, create vision boards, eat noodles, bang bread against the wall, eat grapes, wash their hands, throw pennies and the like, all in the hopes of bringing health, money and happiness ( 1, 2 ). Sadly, 80% fail our goals by February ( 3 ). I know right, bummer, why do we fail? Our New Year resolutions fail because we are our own obstacles, we focus on superficial ideals that are not aligned with our purpose; which is why I decided to set sankalpas instead. A sankalpa (a Sanskrit word) is an intention set with the heart and mind, it's like a sacred vow. They are not just ideas you think you should do because society tells you to, no, to set a sankalpa you go deep in self-reflection, and from a place of love you direct your heart and mind to form your intention.

This new year my sankalpa is to consciously act from a place of love-heart centered intuition-to bring forth my ascension; to commune with my Higher Self and share with others my journey. This is why I say today: I awaken my spiritual potential, I am a positive force for the evolution of others, I am successful in all I undertake, I achieve total health, I am more aware and efficient ( 4 ).

"I think I see myself in this painting being protected by God. I worked the painting with my ray colors but blue was an intuitive choice, like everything else, really".

I know one efficient path for my journey, and that is through the creative process, painting/drawing to be precise. The artwork doesn't have to look like anything, it doesn't have to be pretty (by the aesthetics rules of society). It will however, be beautiful, because it is an extension of oneself. Besides, the artwork facilitates self-reflection, that helps with our spiritual growth, giving us insights on our ascension path. The creative process is my favorite way of communicating with spirit, I also have my own spin using bibliomancy and listening to music. I will share more about all of that as I go into the new year. I hope you enjoy my journey, and that I can inspire you to begin yours.

Incarnation Rays

I made this painting to reflect on my sankalpa, I might have been a little distracted from my intentions, but a message always come through...

 

My incarnation ray colors are white (double wham with Serapis Bey), yellow (my core star is also yellow-my master is Jesus) pink (Kuan Yin) and purple (Pallas Athena). My white ray, harmony through conflict, has proven to be hard core, but the joy of Jesus lightens my load. In fact, when you compare it to Jesus's blue ray (the will of God), it truly brings things to perspective.

 

I think I see myself in this painting being protected by God. I worked the painting with my ray colors but blue was an intuitive choice, like everything else, really. I'm yet to further dissect/analyze it because I have to comply with my family duties. Leave any comments or insights you have below, I would love sharing ideas with you!

 

Love & Light,

T

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