Monday, December 1, 2008

Inside Out

November was an interesting month. I remember this past summer having a conversation with a friend of mine how we both could not see anything or intuit the energy for our lives past October. For me, it was like November on was blank except when I got to February. In hindsight, I understand now why we did not see what was coming.

There was a palpable shift in mid November around the time of the start of the sixth day of the Mayan Calendar. It was as if we stepped through a doorway and the door closed behind us. It is clear that we cannot go back. Indeed, there is no going back. The past is just illusion for the universe is a perpetual forward motion machine.


A friend recently wrote in one of his blogs, what is old is new again. And so it is, even down to living in the house I once owned.
On 11/11, I officiated a rebirth ceremony for a group of people. Of course, I received an initiation as well. What is more interesting is that five years ago in November I performed my own rebirth ceremony. What does it look and feel like to renew and rebirth our lives?

The best way I can describe the energies of late is that it is like taking an old reversible coat and turning it inside out. The coat is not new and yet to you and others, it looks new. We have turned ourselves inside out and are now showing the beauty within. Like a Christmas present, we have finally removed all of the gift wrap and clear plastic wrapping around the gift itself. We now get to see the gift that each of us are and "present" it to the world. We have not changed our essence - who we really are. We merely shed our worn out clothes, removing them layer by layer, until we reached our core or heart essence.

So many are waking up now and asking who am I at my core and why am I here. To answer the calling of so many hearts, I will begin my school of self-mastery called Coeuressence in the spring of 2009. The school is based on my book, In the Key of Life, An Activational Journey to the Soul.

"Renew your own vision of who you think you are. Take the time to open your heart to yourself, look inside and see the divine spark that has been waiting to be fed." - excerpt from In the Key of Life, An Activational Journey to the Soul.


Joan Cerio - Keeper of the Keys to a Masterful Life

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3 comments:

Kristen said...

Joan~

Your words are stunning in their inspirational and moving nature! Currently, I am reading Tim Ward's book Savage Breast: One Man's Search for the Goddess. But, when I am finished, I am going to buy your book and savor it! The soul that emerges from your writing is awe-inspiring, as I am coming to believe your teachings must be :)

Know your glory, beautiful soul!

Most Sincerely,
Kristen

Joan said...

Kristen,
Thank you for your comment and for following my blog.

May you find the blessing in everything and everyone,
Joan

Stephen said...

well, you pretty much just described my life. that was awesome. thanks for writing this.