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HOPE: Our Spiritual Anchor

Sunrise 12-9-20, Hull, MA courtesy, Ellie Pechet

December Newsletter

Greetings! Thank you for taking the time to read my newsletter. A sunrise like in the photo above is a symbol of hope and new beginnings. My intention is that this article about Hope is helpful to you. Consider clearing whatever no longer serves you or a loved one and bring in the New Year 2021 with a Clean Slate!

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Our connection to God (also known as Source) is our Spiritual anchor. This anchor helps keep us steady when storms come in whatever form, most commonly, emotional and physical challenges. Hope is the result of our spiritual connection to Source. When we are connected to Source, we naturally have a sense of Hope and are able to trust that no matter how difficult our circumstance may be at times, we are not alone and we will get through it. Our society encourages us to focus on material things, rather than our spiritual connection to each other and with Source. The more we focus on acquiring physical things, the less connected we feel. The less connected we feel to each other and on a Spiritual level, the more we start to feel hopeless. Hopelessness: A person who feels hopeless has lost any sense of hope for the possibility that things can improve. One of the easiest solutions is to begin to nurture our natural connection to Source. Hope flows naturally because we are connected to Source. The first step is to remember this. Many people in our society feel lonely and isolated because they have forgotten that they are inherently connected and supported on a High level.

According to Joshua David Stone, the author of one of my very favorite books, Soul Psychology (How to Clear Negative Emotions and Spiritualize Your Life) The negative ego causes you to feel loneliness because it has you seek your wholeness in another person rather than find your wholeness within yourself and your relationship to God. You are never really lonely when you are in your spiritual attitude, because you are whole within yourself and one with God.