According to the Beatles and the Book of Ecclesiastes, there is a time and place for all things; laughter and sorrow, healing and killing, war and peace, and so on.
As 2011 draws to a close, we are inevitably lulled into a mood of contemplation, reflecting on the events and lessons of the past year. In our mental scrapbooks, we make a note of the things we have done right, as well as the things we haven’t done quite as right.
Whilst self introspection is part and parcel of the reflection process, we must be mindful to adopt a detached and grounded mindset when we go about the deed. More often than not, human beings have a proclivity towards dramatising events in our heads, to the extent that they become quite a different thing altogether than what might have transpired in reality.
The crux of the whole experience is to acknowledge the wisdom we have gained, and the lessons we have learnt from the past year’s happenings. After all, life comprises a tapestry of personal experiences, which help our souls to continually grow and evolve.
Spiritual tools such as the pendulum and accompanying charts can greatly assist us in deriving quality insights from the [highlight color=”purple”] contemplation process [/highlight] . The information gleaned from the research is objective, practical and divinely guided. Of course, the accuracy and authenticity of the insights also depends a lot on one’s state of being during the session. Hence, it is important to set aside sufficient time and space to follow through the process.
If one is not confident about attempting the session alone, one can also book a session with a trusted healer or reader for assistance.
Once we have come to terms with the events and issues of 2011, we are in better stead to usher in 2012 and begin the new year on a clean slate.