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A PEACEFUL WAY – GATHERINGS 2015

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Creating a peaceful way allows us to live each moment fully so we may explore and evolve into our whole self and experience a deep Spiritual connection.  In prayer, we speak to Spirit.  In meditation, we open our hearts and listen to our inner spiritual guidance. These workshops will connect you with your inner place of peace to assist your personal growth and healing, and expand your evolving consciousness. You will experience greater relaxation, love, inner peace and self mastery.  Over the winter and spring months we will be exploring new insights that we gain through a wide variety of meditations.

A Peaceful Way…

  1. Sacred Yes – Opening Heart Meditations
  2. Embracing the Divine Feminine
  3. Chakra Balancing
  4. Healing Sound Meditations
  5. Power of the Elements
  6. Introduction to Sacred Geometry – Mandalas
  7. Mother Earth Meditations with drumming
  8. Sound, Light and Colour – Tools for healing
  9. Discovering Your Animal Totem
  10. Sacred Geometry – The Sigma Symbol
  11. Enchanting Reflections Meditations
  12. Contacting your inner Child
  13. Dolphin Star Teachings
  14. Sacred Peaceful Earth and Dance Circles
  15. Steps to Self Mastery

Join me Wednesday afternoons in my Meaford home for our Peaceful Way Gatherings.  Register now for January gatherings beginning January 14th, 2015 at 1:30 p.m – 3:00 p.m.  Please reply by e-mail: goldenlightcentre@rogers.com  Directions upon registration

Here are some thoughts on our “sacred yes” by my Facebook friend David Ibson

It’s time. Let’s make a sacred vow. Let’s create a shared purpose. Let’s work together and develop common solutions to the massive common problems that we all share. Let’s all take a few moments and imagine a collective community of amazing, integrated beings in a harmonious, loving relationship with the entire world, indeed, with the entire universe, full of the promise of self-love, wisdom and understanding. Imagine a community of creatively empowered individuals all expressing the solutions to our problems through their own unique disciplines, through the use of their own enlightened choices…just say YES.  David Ibson, Facebook

Yes, Yes, Yes…let us join together!

May the joy of the season fill your hearts with feelings of bliss and merriment,

Peacefully, Jane

Jane Rosalea Booth, Author of In Silence, Discovering Self through Meditation

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Jane Rosalea Booth Robertson, BA, CSW, USUI Reiki Master an experienced holistic workshop facilitator, promotes seeing the connection of nature, art and heart centered spirituality for inner peace and spiritual self-mastery.  Jane is a Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking, a Certified USUI Reiki Master, and creator of Peaceful Path Women’s Workshops and Retreats

 

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Sometimes it is the most simple rituals that lift our spirit and help us to relax and meditate. Candles and oil lamps have been used in churches and temples for centuries.  They provided much needed light in these buildings but also brought peace and calmness. They are used in times of celebration, healing and remembrance of a loved one.

One of the most relaxing things I do before meditating is to light a candle.  It is a small ritual that begins my meditative time and it helps me to relax, reflect and pray.  I like to watch the flame flicker and bend but sometimes it is still and calm and I love its brilliant stillness.  I like to be alone at this time and allow my eyes to focus on the flame and enjoy its presence.

The candlelight sets the tone to relax and assists me to feel the sacredness of my space. This light becomes a symbol for my Divine light within and around me, the ever flowing universal energy of our Source.   I allow myself to feel the love that is always presence in each moment.  As I begin to feel its presence, I give deep gratitude for each experience in my life and take time to reflect on happy memories.  Memories of sadness or regrets, I acknowledge but I do not dwell there…I let them go.  I focus on my breathing in and out and my mind and body begin to relax.

Then, I feel my eyes closing and I begin to enter a deeper place of consciousness where there is a wondrous connection with Spirit.  In this conscious space, I know I am safe, protected and loved in each moment.  I stay in my sacred inner sanctuary until I feel it is time to return to my room feeling relaxed and peaceful.  As I open my eyes, my small candle is still burning and I often sit for a few more minutes in silence and then gently blow it out to close my ritual. I continue my day with more courage and peace and a sense that I am never alone.

There are many ways to relax before meditating but lighting a candle, focusing on the flame, allowing yourself to relax, to breathe gently, closing your eyes and moving into your quiet space…holding the image of the candlelight and enjoying your time of silence is a simple, enjoyable way to meditate.

Peace and joy,

Jane

 

Jane Rosalea Booth, Author of In Silence, Discovering Self through Meditation

Jane Rosalea Booth Robertson, BA, CSW, USUI Reiki Master an experienced holistic workshop facilitator, promotes seeing the connection of nature, art and heart centered spirituality for inner peace and spiritual self-mastery.  Jane is a Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking, a Certified USUI Reiki Master, and creator of Peaceful Path Women’s Workshops and Retreats

 

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Flow inside me, source of the source of joy, life essence, the wine of peace that moves in my hand, then out…Rumi

I love this quote by Rumi as it shows the flow of our universal life force that flows into us and out of us all day long.  When we meditate we can really tap into the flow and feel its love.  Reiki is a Japanese spiritual energy modality that allows this flow to relax and calm us.  It is amazing how quickly it calms animals as well as people.  Rumi allowed the flow and experienced its joy…the wine of peace….how wonderful.

In January, I will be offering weekly Reiki sessions that also include sound healing in Meaford, ON.  Register now for your relaxation session and experience the ‘wine of peace’.   For more info on Reiki visit – http://www.innerpeacereiki.wordpress.com

Peacefully, Jane

Jane Rosalea Booth, Author of In Silence, Discovering Self through Meditation

Jane Rosalea Booth Robertson, BA, CSW, USUI Reiki Master an experienced holistic workshop facilitator, promotes seeing the connection of nature, art and heart centered spirituality for inner peace and spiritual self-mastery.  Jane is a Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking, a Certified USUI Reiki Master, and creator of Peaceful Path Women’s Workshops and Retreats

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Discovering Spiritual Freedom

By Jane Rosalea Booth

The word ‘freedom’ takes on different meanings to each of us. We can think of the freedom we have in our countries or in our daily lives.  We can think of our freedom to create the kind of life we want.  We can think of the freedom to make choices.  There are many reasons we want freedom in our lives.  The Webster dictionary describes freedom as :the stare of being free; personal liberty or national independence.

I would like you to think about your personal, spiritual freedom.  We all deserve the right to be free to worship in whatever way we choose.  The ‘freedom’ I am writing about, spiritual freedom, we experience within ourselves.  No one else can share this sense of freedom as it is discovered when we quiet our minds and enter into a meditative state.

When we meditate, we move into our deeper consciousness where we experience a space within us that is quiet, peaceful and still.  In our busy lives we are not used to stillness or quietness.  We seldom take the time just to be still without our minds filling in the space with thoughts of what we should be doing or worries about our daily lives.

Spiritual freedom comes when we move inward to a space within where the body, mind and spirit connect in oneness.  There is a feeling of sacredness in this space that is difficult to describe to anyone else.  It must be experienced. It is where we begin to feel a connection to something greater than ourselves, yet we are part of it.  We experience the loving energy as our heart opens to receive it.  It is where we begin to receive the remembrance of who we are and begin to receive guidance through symbols and thoughts.

Meditation is fascinating because our consciousness begins to expand and evolve with new thoughts and perceptions.  Yet, there remains the unknown in each moment.  What comes next?   It is this fascination of the unknown things in life that keep us evolving and growing.    New ways of living or thinking change us, and at times this can be very unsettling.  We may think we have life figured out and then, all of a sudden, we get a new thought or perception that sheds our old thoughts and we continue on…

Spiritual freedom comes as begin to shed our fears and begin to know that we are loved and protected by a loving Source that we can experience during meditation.  We begin to feel this loving Source in our outer world as well. When we are loving, we experience a sense of freedom in our daily life. We feel free because love is compassionate and forgiving.  We let go of harshness and actually feel lighter.  Our body responds by feeling relaxed and calm.  Tension and stress leaves.  We can bring the peace and love we feel within our Sacred space out and integrate it in our daily lives.

The wonderful thing about the spiritual freedom we experience within as we mediate is that it is always there for us to tap into if our outer world becomes chaotic or challenging.  There is always a place of peace within our consciousness.  Daily meditation allows us to experience inner peace each day and discover our true Essence and inner knowing.  It is in our knowing that we experience freedom, the freedom of our heart and spirit.

Peacefully, Jane

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Jane Rosalea Booth, Author of In Silence, Discovering Self through Meditation

Jane Rosalea Booth Robertson, BA, CSW, USUI Reiki Master an experienced holistic workshop facilitator, promotes seeing the connection of nature, art and heart centered spirituality for inner peace and spiritual self-mastery.  Jane is a Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking, a Certified USUI Reiki Master, and creator of Peaceful Path Women’s Workshops and Retreats

Soar, Soar, Soar

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Wisdom of Eagle

Soar, soar, soar
To the highest mountain top and beyond
Soar, soar, soar
To height awareness with new perceptions
Soar, soar, soar
With the spirit and love of timelessness

Soar with Eagle to greater knowing of the Universe. Feel free in spirit to fly with ease.  Rise above and observe your world with clearness, sharpness, fearlessness.

From In Silence, Discovering Self through Meditation by Jane Rosalea Booth

 

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Jane Rosalea Booth Robertson, BA, CSW, USUI Reiki Master an experienced holistic workshop facilitator, promotes seeing the connection of nature, art and heart centered spirituality for inner peace and spiritual self-mastery.  Jane is a Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking, a Certified USUI Reiki Master, and creator of Peaceful Path Women’s Workshops and Retreats

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Learning how to become an Observer-Self, is a step towards becoming more mindful of our thoughts and actions.  Be a gentle observer, not a critical or judgmental one.  Simply observe yourself today…in the present moment.
Passing forward a message I received today from Neale Donald Walsh~
On this day of your life,
Jane Rosalea, I believe God wants you to know…
…that life offers you an amazing opportunity
in every single moment to see and experience
Who You Really Are.Watch yourself this day.  Just watch yourself.  Look at
what you are doing moment to moment…and why.
Ask yourself in the midst of it, “What does this
have to do with my real reason for being here?
Is this what I have come all the way to the Earth to experience?”

If the answer is a resounding Yes, keep doing it.
If the answer is No, ask yourself,
“What in the world am I doing?”
Look at the words and consider them literally.
What-in-the-world-am-I-doing?  What am I involved in
every day, and what does this have to do with my soul?
It’s just a question…just a question…

Love,  Your Friend

Neale.

Try a little Tenderness

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