Essence of Miracles

Allowing the Grace of the angels to work with you in daily life provides powerful support for navigating energies.

The second chakra, which is the Sacral Center, or Svadhisthana in Sanskrit, is our feeling, receiving and creative center. It is located just below the navel and encourages a sense of Alignment within the core of being. This Alignment creates a bridge between Heaven and Earth, allowing you to access your Highest Soul’s Wisdom as well as the nourishment and connection of the Earth.

In this chakra center, you are bringing into alignment the polarities you see around you, allowing to bring forth Creative Solutions that defy logic. In a polarized world, there appears to be many options, most out of harmony with Peace. But in a Creative Solution, the difference is replaced with new opportunities.

When Creative Solutions abound, it is the essence of miracles. Suddenly life unfolds in a new direction, offering a path that allows to serve in greater ways in the world. Connection to your second chakra brings you into a place of balance. As divine unity Consciousness enters your field, there is greater Peace within and a new sense of Harmony. When the fire of Creativity activates in your sacral chakra, you become a catalyst for the life of your dreams.

May you be blessed with miracles.

Love Kelly Krishna ❤

Festival of Lights: A Great Miracle Happened There

Hanukkah is a time for giving and receiving presents and gifts. They are often given on each night. Lots of games are played during the time of Hanukkah. The most popular is ‘dreidel’

It’s a four sided top with a Hebrew letter on each side. The four letter are the first letter of the phrase ‘Nes Gadol Hayah Sham’ which means ‘A great miracle happened there‘ (in Israel, ‘there‘ is changed to ‘here‘ so it’s ‘Nes Gadol Hayah Po‘.

The Festival of Lights remembers the rededication of the second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. This happened in the 160s BCE/BC (before Jesus was born). (Hanukkah is the Hebrew and Aramaic word for ‘dedication‘.)

Hanukkah last for eight days and starts on the 25th of Kislev. Because the Jewish calendar is lunar (it uses the moon for its dates), Kislev, the month in the Jewish calendar that occurs in late November to late December.

Happy Holidays!

love, #krishna