Let's Call it "A Day"


People tend to translate issues into "A Day" in which they honor something.


Honesty Day

April 30, 2014

Since April 1st is April Fool's Day - celebrating falsehoods - in the yin and the yang of things - it only seems fitting that the last day of April be called Honest Day. I've written quite a few blogs about truthfulness over the past almost 19 years and why people lie and more often than not, believe their lies.

But, honestly, (pun intended), how many people can go one day with telling the whole truth, and nothing but truth? Whether it's "Do I look fat in this dress?" to "Will I find THE ONE?", to how we engage our families and friends - a little white lie may slip through the cracks in our lives - opening a window of emotions.

And there's always the "Man in the Mirror", as Michael Jackson's song goes. More importantly, are we really being totally honest with ourselves? How many times have we observed someone else and thought that person is just kidding him/herself. Is that person honestly facing their fears? Who knew how honesty could be a bigger thing than just a little white lie. It all goes to one's programming as they say. So, let's just try to be as self aware as we can this Honesty Day, and beyond. Knowledge and Expressions are power, and self knowledge is self empowering.




May Day



May 1, 2014

May Day

The earliest May Day celebrations appeared in pre-Christian times, with the festival of Flora, the Roman goddess of flowers, and the Walpurgis Night celebrations of the Germanic countries. It is also associated with the Gaelic Beltane. Many pagan celebrations were abandoned or Christianized during the process of conversion in Europe. A more secular version of May Day continues to be observed in Europe and America. In this form, May Day may be best known for its tradition of dancing the maypole dance and crowning of the Queen of the May. Various Neopagan groups celebrate reconstructed (to varying degrees) versions of these customs on May 1. The day was a traditional summer holiday in many pre-Christian European pagan cultures. In the Roman Catholic tradition, May is observed as Mary's month, and in these circles May Day is usually a celebration of the Blessed Virgin Mary.


Music Meditation on May Day




If those energies don't do it for you ... please feel free to join my friend Sandy in meditation

somewhere "under the rainbow" in spiritual Machu Picchu at this time.





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