Without realising it, many of our thought habits get in the way of our happiness and cause us to get stuck into negative patterns of thinking. Below we will look at 13 ways we can rewire our thoughts and minds into allowing ourselves to feel the happiness that we deserve, freeing us to live, love and be happy. We will look at how we can liberate ourselves from those thoughts and mental habits that hold us back and hold us down, we will look forward to a better, happier and more positive new us. Follow this advice and not only will you feel better but those around you will too, after all, only a lit candle can light other candles.
1. Let go of your complaining
Throughout the day we could potentially find countless things to complain about, the weather, the traffic, the service we got at a restaurant but how does this constant whinging make things any better for us? Does it make things better for us? Does is make us happier? Or does it just put a downer on our mood and make us feel unhappy, low and depressed? Our mood is in our hands, we can choose to react to any situation however we want, we can allow ourselves to sucked into a negative state of mind or we can rise above that and be happy despite the traffic!
“Tell the negativity committee that meets inside your head to sit down and shut up.” Martin Seligman
2. Let go of having to always be right.
Many of us struggle with the even the thought of being wrong and will go as far as falling out with dear friends or loved ones solely for the sake of being right. Letting go of this habit will lead to better relationships for all. A sense of serenity in knowing that even though you may have been right, you’ve saved yourself and those around you a great deal of stress, worry and tension in not having to be right or have the last word. Wayne Dyer wrote “Would I rather be right or would I rather be kind?” Think about that next time you find yourself fighting this habit!
3. Let go of any self defeating ideas
Most of the hurdles we face in life are actually ones that we have concocted up in our minds, they are imaginary, unreal and they are what prevent us from moving forward, not our actual circumstances. These imaginary hurdles warp our ideas about what we can and cannot do, what is and what is not possible. We need to learn to see through these hurdles. Then we will be ready to spread our wings and fly!
An entire sea of water can’t sink a ship unless it gets inside the ship. Similarly, the negativity of the world can’t put you down unless you allow it to get inside you – Goi Nasu
4. Let go of your fears
What would you attempt if you knew you could not fail? Our fears are unfortunately hindrances that we create for ourselves. Imagine all those hindrances had vanished, how would you feel? Close your eyes and imagine that for just a moment. Feel good? Now try living that way.
Being kind to yourself in thoughts, words and actions is as important as being kind to others.
5. Let go of attachment
Attachments create an atmosphere of fear. You are not reliant on things and allowing yourself to think you are will prevent you from being happy.
6. Let go of making criticism
Refrain from criticising anything and everything that you don’t understand. We are all different and that’s what makes life beautiful; what a boring place this would be if we were all the same. Allow people and things to be different, don’t see difference as an excuse to criticise. We all want to be happy, let’s allow ourselves to be happy and lets allow others to be happy.
7. Let go of blaming
Stop trying to find reasons for why things are what they are, in looking to explain things away we often try and find fault in something or someone, this negativity harms those around us, but more than anyone else, it harms us!
8. Let go of trying to impress other people
There are so many more important things in life than worrying what someone thinks of our shoes, what you do for a living or the car you drive. These things are not that are going to nurture healthy relationships. What people want from you is to be real, to be yourself, when you drop all pretences you’ll realise that people appreciate you for who you are and you’ll find your relationships are now stronger and deeper.
9. Let go of your excuses
Sometimes we get into the habit of making excuses for the sake of making excuses. We have all the time, resources and energy that we will ever have. We need to take advantage of our youth, good health, wealth, free time and most of all, our lives while we have them!
10. Let go of trying to always control
Situations, events, people; as much as we may try, much of what happens around us cannot be controlled by us and so we must spare ourselves the hassle of trying to think that it can. Let everyone and everything around you just be and you will feel much more relaxed and happier.
11. Let go of the past
Keep things in perspective, never dwelling on the past or being anxious about the future, rather enjoying these precious everyday moments. Today is all you have. Tomorrow has not been promised to you and yesterday has passed you by. So be present in all that you do. Remember, these are the good old days, happiness is not something you can postpone for the future.
12. Let go of resisting change
Every life process entails change. As human beings we often enjoy familiarity and once we become comfortable we become resistant to change. But very little lasts forever and so we have to alway be ready for change, that doesn’t mean we fear it, rather we embrace it whenever it comes knocking at our door, we welcome it in and see it as opportunity, opportunity for something new and better.
13. Let go of living life to other people’s expectations
Too much of our lives is spent trying to fit into social archetypes. We allow the expectations of others determine the job we do, the car we drive, the clothes we wear and much more! How much happier would we be if instead we followed our hearts and did things the way we wanted to do them. We allow our loved ones to dictate to us, our parents, siblings, partners and often we allow influences such as the media or government to dictate to us how we live our lives. We are all talented individuals, we all have something to offer, something unique. Each one of us is gifted. We need to nurture our talents and gifts and contribute through doing what we do best, doing what we love, rather than doing what we think is expected of us.
sage: Wow…just wow. Obama comes public with Area 51 and even validates Shirley MacLaine, long ridiculed for her psychic abilities and belief in the Galactics. A far cry from the typical government stance on Area 51 and possibly the first step toward full Disclosure. I did notice though that no US mainstream news outlet carried this story.
By Bonnie Malkin, The Telegraph – December 8, 2013 |Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia.
US President Barack Obama has publicly joked about Area 51 at a White House event for the Kennedy Center honorees.
“Now, when you first become president, one of the questions that people ask you is, what’s really going on in Area 51?” he said.
“When I wanted to know, I’d call Shirley MacLaine. I think I just became the first president to ever publicly mention Area 51. How’s that, Shirley?”
MacLaine, who is among five artists who are receiving the honour, has claimed to have seen UFOs.
She was joined by Billy Joel, Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock and opera star Martina Arroyo at the event, where they were awarded the nation’s highest honour for influencing American culture through the arts.
Joel said the honour stands apart from his six Grammys.
“This is different. It’s our nation’s capital,” he told The Associated Press. “This is coming more from my country than just people who come to see me. It’s a little overwhelming.”
The 64-year-old musician born in the Bronx has been playing the piano since he was a boy, growing up on New York’s Long Island. There was always music in the house, he said. His mother sang. His father played the piano.
Mr Obama saluted the honorees, saying the performers were extraordinary.
“The diverse group of extraordinary individuals we honour today haven’t just proven themselves to be the best of the best,” Mr Obama said. “Despite all their success, all their fame, they’ve remained true to themselves – and inspired the rest of us to do the same.”
But it was his remarks about Area 51 that made the news in the US.
Conspiracy theorists have long been obsessed by the secret Nevada base and have alleged it was a location of frequent UFO sightings.
Area 51 had been rumored to be a Central Intelligence Agency facility, but new documents released in August confirmed its existence.
Full session of the US Congress search for alien life (posted Dec. 4).
Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia.
Stephen Cook: This 13-minute video of Mandela’s life was produced by the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
You can head to the Foundation’s website – http://www.nelsonmandela.org/ – to leave your condolence message.
Timeline: Life and Times of Nelson Mandela, The Liberator
Following are key dates in the life of South African freedom fighter and president Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, who has died at the age of 95.
July 18, 1918 - Rolihlahla Dalibhunga Mandela is born in a small South African village called Mvezo. When he starts school in 1925, his teacher gives him the name “Nelson.”
1937-1940 – Attends Fort Hare University College.
1940 - Expelled from Fort Hare University College for participating in student strike.
1941 – Moves to Johannesburg, becomes mine policeman.
1943 - Joins African National Congress (ANC).
1944 - Marries Evelyn Mase, trainee nurse.
1948 – South African Government introduces apartheid policy. The National Party comes to power and introduces an apartheid policy of racial segregation, limiting black Africans’ freedoms. The ANC launches campaigns to resist the laws.
1952 - Opens first black law practice in Johannesburg with Oliver Tambo.
December 5, 1956 - Among 156 political activists arrested and charged with treason.
1958 - Marries social worker Nomzamo Zaniewe Winifred “Winnie” Madikizela, having divorced Mase in 1954.
March 21, 1960 - Security forces massacre 67 protesters in Sharpeville. Government bans ANC and Pan African Congress and declares state of emergency.
1961 - Acquitted in treason trial, along with co-accused.
December 16, 1961 - Launch of ANC’s armed wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation), with Mr Mandela as commander-in-chief.
August 5, 1962 - Captured and, after an eight-month trial, is sentenced on November 7 to five years in prison for incitement to strike and leaving country illegally, having earlier travelled to Ethiopia and Algeria for military training.
1963 - While serving this sentence is charged with sabotage along with other ANC activists arrested in Rivonia near Johannesburg.
June 12, 1964 - After famous speech from dock (democracy “is an ideal for which I am prepared to die”), is sentenced to life imprisonment and sent to Robben Island prison off Cape Town.
July 5, 1989 - Meets president PW Botha and then on December 13 with FW de Klerk, who later succeeds Botha.
February 11, 1990 - After 27 years, is released from prison.
July 5, 1991 - Elected ANC president.
April, 1992 - Separates from wife Winnie.
October 15, 1993 - Wins Nobel Peace Prize with FW De Klerk.
April 27, 1994 - Votes for the first time in his life in the country’s first all-race elections. The ANC wins 252 of the 400 seats in the National Assembly, and Mandela is elected president of South Africa. De Klerk is sworn in as deputy president.
May 10, 1994 - Inaugurated as President.
July 18, 1998 – Marries Graca Machel, widow of Mozambican president Samora Machel.
1999 - Steps down as president after one term in favor of Thabo Mbeki and tours the world as a global leader.
2001 – Mandela is diagnosed with prostate cancer and begins medical treatment.
June 1, 2004 - Announces his retirement from public life.
January 6, 2005 - Announces that his son Makgatho had died of AIDS.
2008 – Celebrates 90th birthday with much fanfare at Hyde Park London Concert
April 19, 2009 - Makes his final political address in a recorded message at an ANC election rally.
July 11, 2010 - Appears at the closing ceremony of the football World Cup in South Africa.
January 28, 2011 – Discharged from hospital after two days of treatment for an acute respiratory infection.
February 25, 2012 - Admitted to hospital to treat a long-running abdominal complaint.
May 30, 2012 - Makes rare television appearance to receive symbolic flame marking the ANC centenary.
December 8, 2012 - Admitted to hospital in Pretoria to be treated for a lung infection and gall stones. He was discharged after 18 days.
January 6, 2013 - Doctors say Mandela has “recovered” although he continues to receive care at his home in Johannesburg.
March 9, 2013 – Admitted overnight to a Pretoria hospital for a “scheduled medical check-up”. Discharged the following day after “successful” tests.
March 27, 2013 – Mandela is readmitted to hospital for a recurrence of a lung infection. He was released a few days later.
June 8, 2013 – The 94-year-old returns to hospital with a new lung infection. His condition is reported as serious but stable.
July 18, 2013 – Celebrates his 95th birthday in hospital. The South African government said Mandela was “steadily improving”.
December 6, 2013 – Dies at his home in Johannesburg surrounded by family, at the age 95.
There are so many questions within your mind right now, and we know you wish them to be answered. The answers are already in your heart Dear Ones, all of them, and the moment when you will clearly hear them is quickly approaching with your finishing change. Remember no one can provide answers for you, we all can only show you the way that leads to this knowing, because it is always you who decide when is the perfect moment for receiving the answer and with acceptance of that experience of knowing you gain the most from the understanding that is there, hidden within each experience. So when you still feel that your mind is occupied with so many questions, simply ask yourself what do you need to do to be ready, to be prepared to move into the New and with certainty the answer will come and leave you with no doubts about what should be done. At that moment of your own realization, most of the answers will be revealed through your heart, and you will be no longer held back and when you decide to finish all that is necessary, it is always upon your free will choice.
The experience of free will is maybe one of the last issues that your need to fully understand, and understanding always comes when you completely accept this experience as the one that is carrying valuable wisdom for you and do not deny it for one, two or thousands reasons that could be attached to it, depending on your current mood, situation or on any other matter that influence your state of mind. But once you have found out that acceptance of each lesson is giving you the strength to forgive, forget and let go, there is no reason why you should wait any longer to do the same with all experiences that might still hold the wisdom inside, including the free will. This choice of experiencing free will was among the main reasons for your decision to be incarnated here on Mother Earth as most of you wished to understand everything that is connected with it.
Throughout your awakening process, many of you saw and felt energy of some of your prior life experiences, and these were all shown to you to accept them as they were without feeling of hate, shame, quilt or judgment for yourself or the others involved. And this is what you should do also with your current life experience, because now the lesson of free will choice is intensified to its maximum potential of learning for all of you. Are you ready to accept it and move into the New and when your answer is YES, we are ready too.
I am SaLuSa from Sirius and I feel how you all are moving into that acceptance and understanding of this lesson. Remember no guilt or shame exists where Love and Light is present, there is only understanding of each other being expressions of Creation with the right to choose which way to follow. Those who chose to close their experiences of free will and duality choices have already accepted this lesson while reading this message and are ready to receive the wisdom that will carry them into the reality where there is only one choice to follow.
By David Smith, Guardian UK
05 December 13
"Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace" - Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela led South Africa from apartheid to multi-racial democracy and will be mourned around the world.
elson Mandela, the towering figure of Africa's struggle for freedom and a hero to millions around the world, has died at the age of 95.
sage: Yay! At last, progress toward full disclosure. I think this is huge news, considering it wasn’t long ago that the government denied outright any knowledge of extraterrestrial life and ridiculed the very idea.
By Tom McCarthy, The Guardian – December 4, 2013 |Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia.
Witnesses from NASA and MIT suggest to House committee that scientists may be on verge of breakthrough in search for aliens.
The search for extraterrestrial life crosses every boundary. It has surpassed the limit of where humans can travel and tested the limits of what we can see. The quest must pass through time as well as space.
Also: Congress. A House committee convened on Wednesday to take up an abiding mystery of the universe: are we Earthlings alone? After about 90 minutes of testimony, committee chair Lamar Smith of Texas gaveled the hearing to an inconclusive close.
It was not, however, a fruitless outing. In impassioned testimony, witnesses from NASA, MIT and the Library of Congress described a crossroads in the search for life out there and suggested scientists may be on the verge of a breakthrough.
“This is the first time in human history we have the technological reach to cross the threshold,” said Dr Sara Seager, an MIT professor and 2013 MacArthur “genius grant” recipient. Her work focuses on the detection of “biosignature” gases on distant planets, large volumes of which might indicate life, whether intelligent life or single-cell bacteria.
Seager testified that the James Webb space telescope, scheduled for launch in 2018, and other advances are changing the search for alien life forms. “If life really is everywhere, we actually have a shot at it,” she said.
NASA announced last month that its Kepler mission had discovered 3,500 potential planets in the Milky Way galaxy, including 647 thought to be the right distance from stars to support inhabitants. The Hubble space telescope has detected water in the atmospheres of five planets outside the solar system, according to two studies released this week.
“The chance is very high” of life elsewhere in the universe, Seager said. “The question is: is there life near here, in our neighborhood of stars? We think the chances are good.”
The witnesses said that sustained funding was needed for scientific research in general and space research in particular. The latest White House budget calls for $17.7bn for NASA, a slight decrease from 2012 after deeper cuts in the last decade.
“I know that funding is tough, but it’s the best thing that you can do,” said Dr Mary Voytek, senior scientist for astrobiology at NASA.
“You’ve pretty much indicated [the discovery of] life on other planets is inevitable,” observed Bill Posey, Republican of Florida. “It’s just a matter of time and funding.”
Teachers as mirrors, from whom to learn
To rest from function, to function from rest
Bereft in sunlight’s brightness as a candle
Of use only in the consuming
And the being brought to nought
All is dust and rust
As birds beyond the glass escape from view
Into futures where all maybes are while I
Remain in now where only maybe is
Reflecting, refracting back through darker days
Pitting the dim forgetfulness of memory
Against the dusk, the dawn, the falling leaves
It’s not the words at any time
(Especially in recall)
That count along the rosary of reverie
But what goes on behind, within the words
Shorestander, confusing the sea’s innocence
With some unbidden guilt of his own
From pure self-interest does not steal
From self-protection does no harm
The tides run thick and dirty whiles
Reflecting a legion sky whose night
Has lost the tenure of the day
Dust on mirrors, teachers unheeded
Oscillating from intensity to extremity
Possessed of a prehensile tongue
Crying wordless hymns to the living rain
Speaking wildly waiting for an answer
From whom is hidden nothing
But his very blindness
In a rolling and colourful world of waves
Where two become three (or seem) that never were but one
To embrace each his differentness – the alien in others, in oneself
… That never were but one, who loves us all (forever)
That none can deny, who are his flesh
The body as landscape, an artwork of defiance
Leaving a trail in the otherwise untrodden
A line dictates and bounds a form
To be without a form then take no line
In silence lose all forms as ripples fade
All expression relative reiteration of the absolute
The centre of whom we may not speak
For how then shall I tell of thee
Who am to me as I?
Whose rule is endless
Whose pencil is revolving
Whose lists are incomplete
Who has not come to a conclusion
Who is researching his autobiography
Still silence has been dissected by better lines
And who am I?
Separation not for waste, for duplication; still less duplicity
But trust in the unknown, though the watch
Replace the spire bell, the car the cycle
Mystery of beauty undeserving still observed
Till lover, love and beloved are unravelled
And a traveller may be one with his cycle and free
From the view of things surrounding through some already window
Ines shares that she does not believe in hope, that it is a distraction from living in the present moment. I have come to agree with her ideas. While I do have my dreams, I do not permit myself to daydream or experience any wishful thinking. If I do, I realize I am not living in the moment, and for me that is a sure recipe for pain.
Thank you dear readers
Need a moment of quiet?
This one is for you ♥
Edited time: December 04, 2013 01:05
Pope Francis (AFP Photo / Andreas Solard)
Speculation has been raised that Pope Francis has been venturing out of the Vatican at night, disguised as a priest and meeting with the homeless in Rome.
In a recent interview with Archbishop Konrad Krajewski, who has headed up the centuries-old position of seeking out the poor handing out alms for the Catholic Church, Krajewski seemed to imply that Pope Francis has been joining him on his nightly trips into the city.
Krajewski has been instructed by the Pope of finding those in need, reforming the work into a hands-on project and an extension of the church’s charity.
“The Holy Father told me at the beginning: ‘You can sell your desk. You don’t need it. You need to get out of the Vatican. Don’t wait for people to come ringing. You need to go out and look for the poor,’” Krajewski said.
According to a source that The Huffington Post describes as knowledgeable on the matter “Swiss guards confirmed that the pope has ventured out at night, dressed as a regular priest, to meet with homeless men and women.”
Krajewski himself avoided a direct answer to the rumor that the Pope is venturing out in disguise when pressed by reporters. “When I say to him ‘I’m going out into the city this evening’, there’s the constant risk that he will come with me,” said the Archbishop.
Archbishop Krajewski receives bundles of letters from the Pope each morning, on top of each are notes written by Francis that can read “you know what to do” or “go find them” or “go talk to them,” reports The Huffington Post.
Pope Francis (AFP Photo)
Vatican officials have so far rejected the rumors of the Pope’s escapades, saying that the story was “simply not true,” though that is unlikely to quell the story.
Having already raised eyebrows for statements ranging from dealing with homosexuality to capitalism and wealth distribution, the latest tale seems to fit into the evolving image of a grounded, populist heads of the Catholic Church.
Since taking on the Catholic Church’s top position, Pope Francis has become well known for pushing certain boundaries, broaching tough topics such as the church’s sexual abuse scandals, and presented himself as an unconventional leader. Likewise, the media has been quick to highlight some of the more colorful aspects of the Pope’s background, such as his recent admission to having worked as a bouncer at a bar in his youth.
The Pope’s recent commentary on wealth have charged a decisively populist course for an institution that is at times associated with corruption within its finances, and is itself a wealthy organization.
“How can it be that it is not a news item when an elderly homeless person dies of exposure, but it is news when the stock market loses two points?” Pope Francis asked an audience at the Vatican last month.
Those comments were accompanied by an 84-page apostolic exhortation, or a “mission statement” for the church released by Pope Francis, which further outlines his views on wealth disparity.
“A new tyranny is thus born, invisible and often virtual, which unilaterally and relentlessly imposes its own laws and rules.”
“To all this we can add widespread corruption and self-serving tax evasion, which has taken on worldwide dimensions. The thirst for power and possessions knows no limits.”
“Just as the commandment ‘Thou shalt not kill’ sets a clear limit in order to safeguard the value of human life, today we also have to say ‘thou shalt not’ to an economy of exclusion and inequality. Such an economy kills,” the Pope’s document reads.
Vatican City (AFP Photo / Alberto Pizzoli)
If the Pope’s marked departure from his more staid predecessors may be riling up the most conservative wings of the Catholic Church, so far they seem to be having a positive effect among his flock.
According to a recent report by Italy’s Center for the Study of New Religions (CESNUR) since Pope Francis was installed there has been a notable rise in church attendance. According to a survey conducted by researcher Massimo Introvigne of 250 Catholic priests, 51 percent reported a significant rise in churchgoing.
“It might have been attributable to the novelty of having a new pope and the emotions stirred by the resignation of pope Benedict. But after six months I got more or less the same result,” Introvigne told The Guardian newspaper.
You are invited to join the next Galactic Lightship Dreamflight this Saturday night (7 December 2013) during dreamtime.
All who have expressed their intent to join us will be teleported on board our fleet of Galactic Light Ships.You may express your intent to join a specific ship (all are welcome!). We will be meeting during dreamtime on Saturday night, but you do not need to “schedule” the time you are asleep, since you will be timeshifted to the appropriate “place” in time in order to join us. Passwords provided are intended to enhance intent, not to limit access.
Our Fleet includes the following ships
GLS Mothership OcaTAwa (Password “Center Spiral Wings Unity”)
GLS Aeterna (Password “Wings“)
GLS Algiz (Password “Center“)
GLS Blaze (Password “Helix“)
GLS Chimera (Password “Emanate”)
GLS Space Wave (Password “Unity”)
GLS Athabantian (Password “Radiate”; website: Up2the5th, Cosmic Paradigm)
GLS Aurora (Password “Mocham”; website: Auroradreamflight2)
Standard equipment includes rejuvenation pods, translation modules, navigation equipment, and healing platforms. Materials are crystalline in nature, and may be variable in size and shape.
Collective dream experiences (shared dreams) have been successfully established.
Your Astral travel / Dreamflight experiences may be shared in the comments of this post, or in any way you feel comfortable sharing your experience.
Please note that dreamflights are always free and do not require membership for your participation. Only your intent to join the dreamflights is required.
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Reblogged from American Kabuki
The following is Justin’s article on the what the OPPT did. Comments below in red are mine solely. I thought I’d expand on some of the thoughts expressed below. My comments are meant to expand on what is presented below, this is not a critique what Justin has written to the best of his knowledge and heart. I want to express my sincere thanks to Justin for his timely article! -Bill
Reblogged from http://i-uv.com/justin-what-did-the-oppt-really-do-for-humanity/
What Did The OPPT Really Do for Humanity?
MONDAY, 02 DECEMBER 2013
By Justin stillness in the storm, published on December 2, 2013
There is a LOT to learn from this post. Why has no one being able to get their value acknowledged by the banks? What is the purpose of the Bond Documents if the banks do not want to play? What the BIG picture of all this really is, for you, me and the whole planet.
When I was reading this, there was an aha moment when it came to the big picture, the holistic perspective. Many of us are frustrated that our lives have not improved by accessing our value with debt instruments; money.
Some Big questions about the former OPPT and its ultimate purpose:
“How are you doing Lee? Sorry about this projection but it’s the only way we could reach you. We can’t tell you how relieved we are to have you here. Now, before we get ahead of ourselves, we have to tell you something. You’re the last one, it’s all gone. We understand how you might feel. Connection is perhaps the most cherished thing any being can have. That’s the thing. That’s why we’ve been listening. The place you see here is a scrapbook of sorts, a collection of memories and mementos of mankind’s existence. It’s a good thing we found you. We look forward to meeting you Lee.”
Do you feel our call Dear Ones, the call that we are sending out within our energy to help you finish your transformation and reach the higher reality of your choice. You might feel as being physically lifted, especially when falling asleep when you are fully relaxed and your mind is completely quiet, that means that you, as consciousness within your current form, are ready for the movement, but your bodies need the change to be fully completed as you will be returning to them with much higher frequencies. Feel how the energy of your higher reality is intensifying within you and your body is able to receive more and more as the change is being finished. Intensity of this feeling is in great alignment with your choice and desire to be connected with us, as your family and all that you perceive as your higher reality, and you might be surprised of the power of your own intention and wish.
These moments are here for you to perfectly align with all higher energies that flowing within and around you, and the Angelic Realm is so very close to you now as never before, because they are helping to all of you, according your wish, to reach the door that are already open for you to step into the next experience. You can see their signs everywhere and you can feel their energy gently surrounding you all the time, leaving the usual worries behind and giving you more energy to focus on all that is now important. Importance of some things is clearly visible to you, and all of you that chose to move further are not able to ignore them, as the energy that you all now immersed in is very powerful and literally pushing you into the perfect point from where you can complete all that is necessary to complete prior your final upliftment.
You all will be amazed by the power that the final phase of your transformation will carry, and we know that you already sense something great and never before experienced is “in the air”. Accept and surrender into this knowing and feel the movement higher, on the wings that your own energy have created for you to be able to exist again within pure Love and Light. Even your physical body starts to feel lighter with no evidence of weight loss and that is because you do not have to carry all the previously unresolved issues anymore within your being. You are truly being uplifted and sometimes might get the feeling of your feet not touching the ground. Enjoy every single experience that you are now getting through because you will remember them for very long time.
I am SaLuSa from Sirius and we all are enjoying the feeling that your fulfillment of your wishes is creating, and we are endlessly happy to be part of them. Together we are creating powerful alliance of Love and Light to be spread into the whole Universe and helping to uplift every single Soul within.
Published time: December 01, 2013 03:14
A general view of houses in the town of Vik in southern Iceland.(Reuters/ Ingolfur Juliusson)
The measure was introduced by the country’s prime minister, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, the leader of the Progressive Party which won the late-April elections on a promise of household debt relief.
According to the government’s website the household debt will be reduced by 13 percent on average.
Citizens of Iceland have been suffering from debt since the 2008 financial crisis, which led to high borrowing costs after the collapse of the krona against other currencies.
“Currently, household debt is equivalent to 108 percent of GDP, which is high by international comparison,” highlighted a government statement, according to AFP. “The action will boost household disposable income and encourage savings.”
The government said that the debt relief will begin by mid-2014 and according to estimates the measure is set to cost $1.2 billion in total. It will be spread out over four years.
The financing plan for the program has not yet been laid out. However, Gunnlaugsson has promised that public finances will not be put at risk. It was initially proposed that the foreign creditors of Icelandic banks would pay for the measure.
International organizations have confronted the idea with criticism. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) have advised against it, citing economic concerns.
Iceland has “little fiscal space for additional household debt relief” according to the IMF, while the OECD stated that Iceland should limit its mortgage relief to low-income households.
In the meantime, ratings service, Standard & Poor’s, cut back on its outlook for Iceland’s long-term credit rating to negative from stable, stating that the economic measure could affect the confidence of foreign investors if it ends up being paid for by the existing creditors of Icelandic banks.