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Theme Of The Month, May, 2011

RETURN

 

 

During the month of May, 2011 the key energetic theme that spirit is backing to clarify and bring into the Planet is RETURN.

It is part of our innate desire as a soul to ‘return’, to go back to, to re-experience, to re-member, to pay back, to gain extra insights from experiences by either returning to or revisiting the environment either physically, spiritually or mentally, to regroup and learn from situations so we have more in-depth understanding, which adds to our spiritual real estate.

This extra insight usually gives us a greater ‘return’ on our initial investment. To pick up from where we left off as such but in a deeper level. This is one of the reasons why when we incarnate we often choose to ‘return’ to our familiar.

This continuity of the soul ‘returning’ or reincarnating back into our past families is played out both positively and negatively… the law of karma is played out. What we invested in the people in previous life/s we can re-inherit as such, and also what we did not invest when it was necessary can become issues to overcome or heal.

Such magnetism is ‘normal’. This is part of the universal law…

“What we put out, returns to us 10 fold.”

To ‘return’ to situations with a greater understanding will remove or replace the old karmic attractions. Similar to a computer when you put in an upgrade of the previous program. The relationship may still be primarily the same but it will operate on a clearer and cleaner foundation.

For the Month of May the primary theme will take you into re-establishing contracts with people and situations, whether they be legal, family, friends or social interactions with people. This is so we ‘return’ to our inner loyalties and responsibility within this life. It is as such a re-boot, a re-alignment of ourselves.

Eliminating what does not work for us and re-igniting our passions for what we are really here for. A letting go of the past, a shelving of what we cannot change, an accepting that the contracts are over as they have run their course in our lives.

Some of the ways ‘return’ will occur in the month of May are in the Dictionary meanings of it below.

Cheers
Sharna

Dictionary meanings of the word “RETURN”
re·turn(re-tûrn)

v. re·turned, re·turn·ing, re·turns

v. intr.

1. To go or come back, as to an earlier condition or place.

2. To revert in speech, thought, or practice.

3. To revert to a former owner.

4. To answer or respond.

v.tr.

1.  To send, put, or carry back: We return bottles to the store.

2.     a. To give or send back in reciprocation: She returned his praise. See Synonyms at reciprocate.

b. To give back to the owner: He returned her book.

c. To reflect or send back: The echo was returned by the canyon wall.

3.  To produce or yield (profit or interest) as a payment for labour, investment, or expenditure.

4.  Law

a. To submit (an official report, for example) to a judge or other person in authority.
b. To render or deliver (a writ or verdict, for example) to the proper officer or court of law.

5. To elect or re-elect, as to a legislative body.

6. Games To respond to (a partner’s lead) by leading the same suit in cards.

7. Architecture To turn away from or place at an angle to the previous line of direction.

8.     a. Sports To send back (a tennis ball, for example) to one’s opponent.

b. Football To run with (the ball) after a kick off, punt, interception, or fumble.

n.

1.     a. The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back.

b. The act of bringing or sending something back to a previous place, condition, or owner.

2.     a. Something brought or sent back.

b. returns Merchandise returned, as to a retailer by a consumer or to a wholesaler by a retailer.

c. Something that goes or comes back.

3.  A recurrence, as of a periodic occasion or event: the return of spring.

4. Something exchanged for that received; repayment.

5. A reply; a response.

6.     a. The profit made on an exchange of goods.

b. A profit or yield, as from labour or investments. Often used in the plural.

c. Output or yield per unit rather than cost per unit, as in the manufacturing of a particular product.

7.     a. A report, list, or set of statistics, especially one that is formal or official.

b. A report on the vote in an election. Often used in the plural.

c. Chiefly British An election.

8. Games A lead in certain card games that responds to the lead of one’s partner.

9. Sports In tennis and certain other sports:

a. The act of sending the ball back to one’s opponent.

b. The ball thus sent back.

10. Football

a. The act of running back the ball after a kick off, punt, interception, or fumble.

b. The yardage so gained.

11. Architecture

a. The extension of a moulding, projection, or other part at an angle (usually 90°) to the main part.

b. A part of a building set at an angle to the façade.

12.    a. A turn, bend, or similar reversal of direction, as in a stream or road.

b. A pipe or conduit for carrying something, especially water, back to its starting point.

13. The key or mechanism on a machine, such as a typewriter or computer, that positions the carriage, cursor, or printing element at the beginning of a new line.

14. Chiefly British A round trip ticket.

15. Law

a. The bringing or sending back of a writ, subpoena, or other document, generally with a short written report on it, by a sheriff or other officer to the court from which it was issued.

b. A certified report by an assessor, election officer, collector, or other official.

16. A formal tax statement on the required official form indicating taxable income, allowed deductions, exemptions, and the computed tax that is due. Also called income tax return, tax return.

adj.

1. Of, relating to, or bringing about a going or coming back to a place or situation: the return voyage; a return envelope.

2. Given, sent, or done in reciprocation or exchange: a return volley; a return invitation.

3. Performed, presented, or taking place again: a return engagement of the ballet; a return tennis match.

4. Used on or for returning: a return route.

5. Returning or affording return or recirculation: a return plumbing pipe; a return valve.

6. Relating to or being a round trip ticket.

7.     a. Reversing or changing direction.

b. Having or formed by a reversal or change in direction; returning on itself, as a bend in a road or stream.

Idiom:  in return
In repayment or reciprocation.

[Middle English retornen, from Old French retourner, from Vulgar Latin *retornre : Latin re-, re- + Latintornre, to turn in a lathe; see turn.]

re·turner n.

Return [rɪˈtɜːn]

vb

1. (intr) to come back to a former place or state
2. (tr) to give, take, or carry back; replace or restore
3. (tr) to repay or recompense, esp with something of equivalent value return the compliment
4. (Economics, Accounting & Finance / Banking & Finance) (tr) to earn or yield (profit or interest) as an income from an investment or venture
5. (intr) to come back or revert in thought or speech I’ll return to that later
6. (intr) to recur or reappear the symptoms have returned
7. to answer or reply
8. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (tr) to vote into office; elect
9. (Law) (tr) Law (of a jury) to deliver or render (a verdict)
10. (tr) to send back or reflect (light or sound) the canyon returned my shout
11. (tr) to submit (a report, etc.) about (someone or something) to someone in authority
12. (Group Games / Card Games) (tr) Cards to lead back (the suit led by one’s partner)
13. (General Sporting Terms) (tr) Ball games to hit, throw, or play (a ball) back
14. (Fine Arts & Visual Arts / Architecture) (tr) Architect to turn (a part, decorative moulding, etc.) away from its original direction
(Christianity / Ecclesiastical Terms)
return thanks (of Christians) to say grace before a meal

n

1. the act or an instance of coming back
2. something that is given or sent back, esp unsatisfactory merchandise returned to the maker or supplier or a theatre ticket sent back by a purchaser for resale
3. the act or an instance of putting, sending, or carrying back; replacement or restoration
4. (Economics, Accounting & Finance / Banking & Finance) (often plural) the yield, revenue, or profit accruing from an investment, transaction, or venture
5. the act or an instance of reciprocation or repayment (esp in the phrase in return for)
6. a recurrence or reappearance
7. (Economics, Accounting & Finance / Banking & Finance) an official report, esp of the financial condition of a company
8. (Economics, Accounting & Finance / Accounting & Book-keeping)
a. a form (a tax return) on which a statement concerning one’s taxable income is made
b. the statement itself
9. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (often plural) a statement of the votes counted at an election or poll
10. an answer or reply
11. Brit short for return ticket
12. (Cookery) NZ informal a second helping of food served at a table
13. (Fine Arts & Visual Arts / Architecture) Architect
a. a part of a building that forms an angle with the façade
b. any part of an architectural feature that forms an angle with the main part
14. (Law) Law a report by a bailiff or other officer on the outcome of a formal document such as a claim, summons, etc., issued by a court
15. (Group Games / Card Games) Cards a lead of a card in the suit that one’s partner has previously led
16. (General Sporting Terms) Ball games the act of playing or throwing a ball back
(Electronics & Computer Science / Communications & Information)
by return (of post) Brit by the next post back to the sender
many happy returns (of the day) a conventional greeting to someone on his or her birthday
the point of no return the point at which a person’s commitment is irrevocable

adj

1. of, relating to, or characterized by a return a return visit a return performance
2. denoting a second, reciprocated occasion a return match

[from Old French retorner; see re-, turn]

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Theme of the Month, August, 2010

RECOGNIZE

Without eyes I see, without ears I hear and without a physical body I feel.  I am one with all things.  I AM All Things. I could not be here, or even exist here, unless I was a part of all things.  I already have all the greatness and potential of my aspirations and dreams, otherwise I would not be able to recognize them.  The better I understand the facts of where I came from, who I am and where I am going the eaiser my successes will flow and the better connection I have with my goals.

Valuing and honoring what I have done for myself is key to clearly identifying the needs in any situation. I can be proud of who I am and what I have accomplished for myself.  It has taken a great deal of time and energy for me to be here at this moment to have this opportunity.  When I do not value what I have created, including my “stepping stones,” I will be bombarded with unnecessary thoughts and pressures.  I will be at the mercy of the currents and habits around me.  If I look back at what I have done and say I was wrong, I will create fears of involvement.  However, if I am willing to take an honest look at myself and invest the needed time and energy into building and unfolding what I have, I will have greater success.  I am successful for just being here . . . now, how much better would I like that success to be?  To know thy self is to actually see what most just look over, and to have clarity of body and mind with myself as a Soul.

What is me and what is not me?  This is an important question to stay vigilant about. When I recall the simplicity of why I am here I stop indulging in thoughts and emotions that are a waste of time.  Because I know who I am and why I am here, I can easily and quickly discern my business, my service and my timing.  Good discernment is clarifying what is Essential, what is Important, and what is just a Preference.  All things have their place and all things have their importance.  I can be involved with anything but I need to know my timing and maintain my self-respect – for there are few problems that cannot be resolved with a little more self-respect.  Self-respect is not about greed.  Someone does not have to “lose” in order for me to “gain.”  The bigger my picture the more I realize that I am here to fulfill my needs and wants through being of service.  When I set my goal to be “Clean and Clear,” I am committing to better discernment and to conscious success as a Soul.  I am committing to do the best I know how, as a builder.

When I am consistent in my desires to learn and grow spiritually I am accepting of all the universe has to offer. When I am consistent in my desires to fulfill my needs and wants, I am giving opportunity with that energy.  Consistency brings greater backing with Inner Guidance, understanding of my experiences, and the empowerment of the bigger picture.  When I am inconsistent I can stimulate or create fear, and when there is fear it is difficult to tell the forest from the trees.  When there is fear there can be territorialism or possessiveness, and in addition, when I indulge in guilt or worry I am contributing to ignorance.  It can be subtle or it can be blatant, but contributing to ignorance in any way is creating separation.  The greatest thing I can hope to lose while I am here is ignorance.  All I need to do is make the Decision to accomplish and fulfill my needs and wants.  When there is “decision” in my life, I claim my purpose and succeed in everything I do.

As I better understand my time and timing I am clearer about understanding my affinities and contracts. There are people I have affinities with.  There are people that I have Contracts with.  And there are some that are both.  Knowing that difference is understanding what is more material and what is more spiritual.  It is understanding the energies of wants and needs – both are important to my growth and opportunity but confusing them builds La-La-Land, or limbo. Buying into the ideas of lack, such as no love, no time, no support or no abundance, is ignoring and covering up my true feelings.  It is becoming comfy in stagnation.  Everyone has freewill, so it is essential that I  “check” and “recheck” my service and needs when I am working with people.  The peace-that-passes-understanding is accepting people where they are while continuing to move toward my goals.  Love is for all time and goes on beyond conscious understanding.

I recognize and fulfill my needs.  I recognize and accomplish my wants.  I recognize and act when I can be of service. I recognize all this because I am crystal clear in my energy and motives.  The power to recognize things, as they are, is knowing, seeing, hearing and feeling the real me as I am.  With this, I clearly move forward in my potential.

by Francisco D. Coll

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