The Nazareine Speaks. Belonging to Self. Magical Moments – Celebration of Love. Taking the Beingness of Human to Different Levels

It’s always a challenge, isn’t it, when you seek to always live by Spiritual principles, only to have a spanner thrown into your wheel of Life by someone, or something; whatever these might be don’t really matter. You are constantly stretched by chaos as you continually seek to step forward in the certainty of your intuitive wisdom and strength. Your knowing is balanced by the understanding that whatever you make matter will finally matter. Until the time that you are able to ride these energies with more ease, you need to focuse a beware. The Observer and The Observed, together. This is known as Practice.

In this Equinox address, The Nazareine looks at how heart and mind combined, expressed in the Spirit of Loving Gentleness, makes the paradoxes of Living Love and Loving Life so much easier for you. You maintain elegance and integrity of combining inner knowing to external structure, master of your own universe. Energy has a certain way of flowing when you look at it with a different eye, apply your voice with confidence and grace, without requiring specific outcomes. You know that in natural right order, you will deal with whatever arises, what-is, as and when you feel that inner call to so do.

Our opening theme for this journey presents another layer of exploration in the new energy whilst continuing those subtle esoteric explorations that make your Life so multi-faceted and interesting. You will (of course) continue to be stretched as you are invited to synchronise, in every moment, your intuitive understandings to your Life value. You start to find, share and express your physical voice in association with your energetic viewing with fewer self-demands and in the light of your by now more naturally flowing wisdom. And you feel that you have started to come Home to your Self.

This is known as Joy.

Venue: Anna’s Zoom Room

Start Time: HK 6pm/ 10am UKT

End Time: HK 730pm/1130am UKT

Picture Credit to Gaye Ford.