Winter Solstice, How to celebrate

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The Winter Solstice begins December 22nd5:30am (GMT), 12:30am EST and ends Dec. 25thmidnight.  Everything that happens in your spirit, good and bad, is directly determined by your spirit.  If you do not care for the way your life is going, it is because there are instructions that you have given to your spirit to manifest what is going on in your life, or you have accepted ideas from people around you and in the world that are mobilizing the forces of your spirit in the wrong direction.  Once the spirit has accepted a mandate, it will work at manifesting it regardless of the consequences to you—hence the host of inner conflicts, and negative events that people go through seemingly unable to resist, stop or to modify.   There is a time of the year, however, when the spirit is 100% receptive to the will, and for a change in direction.  This is the Winter Solstice.  It is the time of year to initiate the most important life changing event in man’s life.  For the ancient Egyptians, the Kamau, the most important instruction that can be given to the spirit is to replace the human self image with the divine—Ausar, for the simple reason that all ills and failures in life have their origin in the human identity.  The human represents that part of your being that is essentially subject to emotional and sensual control, and is limited to learning from without (i.e., limited in intuition).  As anyone can see, life decisions that are driven by emotions, sensuality and materialistic thinking must lead to problems of all sorts.   It is for this reason that all spiritual ancient civilizations set aside the solstice as the most important time for spiritual observance.  You too can take advantage of this time to make the most important change in your life with our Solstice Observance Online Tutorial and Guided Meditation.

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