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Let’s begin this article with a simple definition of our main term “Proactive.” Being proactive means that you make things happen, instead of waiting for them to happen to you. Being active means “To do something.” The prefix pro means “before.” So, if you are being proactive, you are going to be ready before something happens….
Remote Shamanic Healing with Anna Stevens Harrington Monday, January 20, 2020 7PM MST. During these times of stress, change, upheaval and potential transformation, a shamanic healing is a very helpful way to gain clarity in your own field, and be balanced and grounded in your most positive potential. Join Anna…
Join Jose Stevens in March at the 1440 Multiversity Retreat Center located in the Beautiful Redwoods near Santa Cruz, California. The Shamanic Path to Freedom and Success March 6-8, 2020 Friday – Sunday, 2 nights All-inclusive program package to include: Tuition Three Meals in Kitchen Table (daily) Shared or…
Full Moon with a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse is Friday, January 10 at 12:21PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
The eclipse is at its fullest point at 12:10 PM MST. This could be a time of agitation, restlessness and irritability, much of it around your own process and much of it around what you experience out there in the world.
We have entered a new year and a new decade with new energies and a different signature than the cycles of the past. This one brings despair and hope at the same time and we have our work cut out for us, “work” being the operative word. Those not willing to work hard this year will certainly be in the camp of despair more than those that do.
Even though most of the year will be more intellectual and less emotional, it is not a time for endless discussion and debate but more for action, choice and change.
In their most popular talk of the year, Jose and Lena Stevens look at personality, major themes, creative opportunities, obstacles and challenges, and how you can take advantage of the influences and realize your maximum potential in 2020. A practical alternative to the more traditional astrological horoscope. Although not a…
As you all know it is always best to be prepared for all possibilities as often as possible and as best you can. This is of course the motto of the Boy Scouts, something I had drilled into me thousands of times during my time in that organization as a child and teenager. At that time being prepared meant having all the right equipment for whatever we were doing, camping, cooking, hiking, and so on. I did learn good survival skills in the mountains, how to dress for the weather, how to make a fire with sticks and no matches, how to tell the time by the sun and shadows, and how to orient with a compass in order to not get lost among many other useful things. But of course we know that being prepared is way more than these skills, or at least it should be. Let us take a moment and consider what it actually means to be prepared or rather what it does not mean first.
Full Moon is Wednesday, December 11th at 10:12PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
This is a sweet and friendly full moon that is well geared towards healing, support and collaboration. Focus on beauty, gratitude, appreciation and awe. Take some time to anchor insights of your personal discovery of who you are into new routines and commitments to yourself especially your health and wellbeing.