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March Forecast 2009

The main theme for March is OPPORTUNITY.

Other influences and sub-themes will include creativity, inspiration, renewal, regeneration, breakthrough, moving forward, innovation, resiliency, resourcefulness, and new ideas.

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A new José Stephens Article

Synchronicities and Deep Lessons in Bolivia

In February I traveled to Peru to help support a woman’s leadership conference held in Lima. Each year this conference is held in a different country of South or Central America.

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February Forecast 2009

The main theme for February is PRESSURE.

There is pressure to create, pressure to destroy, pressure to change, pressure to move forward, pressure to act, pressure to connect, to build, to start, to complete, to breakout, to evolve and to make progress.

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January Forecast 2009

The main theme for January is PRACTICAL PERSEVERANCE.

Even though 2009 is a Priest year and potentially very inspirational, this month is more about “chop wood, carry water” than it is about expansion beyond the every day tasks.

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A new José Stephens Article

Understanding Buddha and Christ’s Real Message

Two of my favorite teachers and mentors are Siddhartha Gautama and Jesus of Nazareth, masters whose insight and clarity are extraordinarily valuable and even critical for self-awakening.

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A new José Stephens Article

An Owl on the Road, Overcoming Fear

My husband Aaron and I were driving up to Denver on our way to a family wedding. We were chatting about this and that and listening to music, and I was behind the wheel. Suddenly out of the corner of my eye I saw a large bird, obvious road kill, on the shoulder.

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A new José Stephens Article

The World Election Pt 1 & 2

The election is over and not only the nation, but the world has spoken. Yes the world! For this election went way beyond the people of the United States. People everywhere voted, not necessarily with official ballots, but with their hearts and minds.

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