Winter Solstice Celebration December 17th.

solstice 2016

Winter Solstice Celebration.

Saturday, December 17th. 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.

The Winter Solstice is my favorite Celebration. It’s the time when we  celebrate the triumph of light over darkness, spirituality over materiality, Love over hate. 2016 has opened us to explore the light and dark side of our human nature this year, as a country as well as individuals.

We have been working on our intuition this past year and that always reveals the light and dark side of every issue. During our celebration we will review how intuition is a function of the heart and we will also introduce our theme for 2017. It will be, Understanding the Natural laws of Karma and Reincarnation. 

We will enjoy the power of group energy as we explore ancient rituals to deepen our connection with nature, love and one another. We will touch on our connection with our past, present and future. This celebration is fun as well as deep.  I hope you will consider joining us for a modern version of a very ancient celebration. 

Leanne and Jim Mellon have graciously opened their home to us. Their outdoor space is filled with cozy furniture, lots of blankets and heat lamps (if necessary). The gardens are well tended and magical. We will enjoy a scrumptious vegetarian lunch. It’s the perfect setting for the ancient celebration of the triumph of light over darkness.

Please call Miss Kathleen to reserve your space @ 760.753.9148

Thank you and may peace be with you and your loved ones during this magical season. 



This workshop will be hosted in Oceanside instead of Jacqueline’s office.

1733 Downs St., Oceanside, CA 92024

The celebration will be held Saturday, December 17th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The fee is $80.00. We break for a very short lunch. We provide light vegetarian fare and water. Please feel free to bring your own lunch if you like.


Word of the Month for November 2016: Selflessness

Baba Quote


The Virtue is Selflessness and the Saboteur is Selfishness.

Turns out selflessness always benefits the self.

Selfish comes from fear. Fear of not being recognized, not getting the proper amount of delight, yumminess or recognition. Selfishness is all about me and mine. Selfishness seems like the normal way to feel. Sometimes we resent taking care of others and we say, I’m so busy taking care of everyone else that I don’t do what I want to do. The practice of selflessness helps us to remember that we really are doing what we want to do, we really do want to take care of one another. We’re just so afraid of it not coming back to us, or someone getting more than they deserve. 

Every time we receive something from someone without a sense of gratitude, selfishness is ruling our heart. Every time we’re petty and withholding we’ve allowed selfishness to rule our day. Every time we cheat the line, every time we’re self centered, self possessed, self important, self, self, self, eventually, it deteriorates into selfishness.

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