Join me, Kala Ambrose, on February 10, 8:00-9:15 p.m. ET for this LIVE webinar as I discuss The Awakened Aura: How Your Aura Affects Your Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Well Being. Click Here to REGISTER
This event is presented by the Edgar Cayce ARE and will be held online.
The Edgar Cayce readings had a great deal to say about auras and colors--how they reflect our soul and spirit, and that they are an indication of the state of our mind and body.
In this discussion, psychic trainer and author Kala Ambrose will share fascinating insights from her lifetime of work with the aura and the energies and colors...
When manifesting your dreams and goals, it's helpful to design a visual representation of what you are working to create.
Step one is always to write it down, as the act of writing your intention focuses your energy and announces to the universe that you are in the process of becoming a creator and are asking that this thought (dream/goal/wish) come into being.
After writing down your goal, many people then create a vision board, using pictures to help inspire the idea of what they wish to have. They find that looking at this concept helps them feel what the experience would look like.
But what if you already know what you want to manifest? You can see it and feel it, you just want some help focusing your energy and some tools to help you magnify this energy so that it can come to you as quickly and smoothly as possible?
Building a crystal grid is a powerful way to gather and harness energy in order to align it with your purpose for manifesting. The sacred geometry blueprint...
A Life Altering, Pivotal, Earth Changing, Celestial Winter Solstice is here and this year it heralds the ending of the old age and the introduction of new beginnings and a new world including:
We are in the midst of this death/rebirth cycle as we embrace the astrological Age of Aquarius. We will view this celestial energy around the world as a Bright Point of Light as seen...
Happy Holidays! It's that wonderful, joyful, thoughtful, generous time of year! And it's time to get your decorating on!
I love a variety of decorating styles for the holidays, from the traditional colors of red and green to the new modern versions. There are so many wonderful options now when decorating for the holidays. The best part? If you like, you can have several different styles throughout your home, just keep the style the same in each room and from there you can offer a fun tour of different holiday displays in various locations throughout your home.
Here's a few snapshots of the decorating at my place and the different styles, let's take a look...
First up, my beloved "Lady Trees".
I name my Lady Trees and this beautiful lady in red is named Scarlett. She has a traditional look to me with her red and green colors. I tried to wrap her ribbon but it was just too fussy. So we removed the ribbon and adorned her "dress area" with a multitude of berries, picks and...
Halloween is the time of year when the veil lifts between the earth plane and the spiritual planes, making it the easiest time to communicate with loved ones who are in spirit.
This year on Halloween, I held a private dinner with some dear friends, where we gathered for a dinner of this type.
The event is intended to reach out and connect with our loved ones on the other side, by inviting them to a special dinner held in their honor. Each guest brings a favorite dish of their loved one to share at the dinner.
Here's how the evening went for us...
Guests were greeted into my home by candlelight, leading them into the dining room.
The dining table was set for a formal dinner for the evening. The intention is to create sacred space to gather and hold the energy while loved ones come through to visit.
A variety of metaphysical items were given to each guest once they sat at the table. These included a bracelet to wear, made from select gemstones, which protected...
Each November I practice a form of Mindfulness that I describe as living in the energy of Gratitude.
For the entire month, I wake up each morning expressing my thankfulness for people, places and things in my life. I challenge myself to find different, unique and new things to be grateful for each day, never to repeat the same ones for the 30 days of November. I continue with this state of mind ("be-ing" ) all day and end the evening reflecting upon how many things I have to be grateful for each day. This is what I describe as Level One of my practice.
Level Two is when I reach out to people in my life (during the entire month) and have a direct conversation with them, thanking them for being in my life and explaining to them what I appreciate, love and respect about them. I engage in this practice for the entire month of November and it often shocks people, as I share my thoughts and feelings with every person I see each day, from a clerk at the store, to a good friend, a stranger...
As we gather around the table at Thanksgiving, we are offered this opportunity to celebrate:
We symbolize ABUNDANCE in the dinner feast (BODY) and express our GRATITUDE (MIND) to those seated around the table. The REFLECTION (SPIRIT) comes from looking back at this year at what we have experienced and how we have grown.
Given the chaos of 2020, many people think we've never seen such tough and challenging times like these. I think history repeats itself and there have been situations throughout the centuries here on earth where we've been rocked to our core and asked to find our inner strength and rise again.
Perhaps you've read this piece before, many of you might connect with it for the first time. It was written 100 years ago and I think the advice bears repeating again, as it is a timely today as it was then.
Here's a small sample from this poem...
..."You are a child of the universe,
no less than the trees and the stars;
you have a right to be here.
And whether or not it is clear to you,
no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should".
It's called Desiderata, a poem written by Max Ehrmann.
Ever wonder why cauldrons are featured so prominently during Halloween and associated with witches? Maybe you're 'engaging' in this magical practice and didn't even know that you are!
You may be thinking, what are you talking about Kala? I don't use a cauldron, how am I part of this magical old world practice?
Sure back in the day, meaning way back in the day centuries ago, cast iron cauldrons were the pot used to cook over an open fire.
I mean once upon a time, the cast iron cauldron was the Instant Pot of its day!
But the way we cook has evolved over time and rarely are cauldrons used to cook with, except maybe while camping out as seen in the old western movies with a pot of beans roasting over the fire.
So why are cauldrons still represented today with magic?
The reason is that cauldrons are a symbolic shape and tool. They represent the energy of the Divine Feminine. The shape is round and nurturing and represents that good things come from within, symbolizing...
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