Astrology for the Turning Point Edition … The Weekly Newspaper #14 Susan’s Editorial Saturday November 14th, 2020

Welcome to this week’s Newspaper | Light Out of Darkness: The Astrology for the Turning Point Edition!

Our hopes can be raised this week! Astrological energies are supporting us in what makes a difference to us in our lives, and what is going to guide us through a time of transformation for Humanity. Yes, what inspires hope, what we value and practice now will become our individual future, and humanity’s hope: this is the turning point in a time of Global crisis.

I’m proud to say we’re focussing on themes of “Light out of Darkness” in this The Astrology for the Turning Point” edition of The Kindest Revolution Weekly : we’re looking at the energies for change and transformation from various enlightening angles. Lead articles are  “Diwali: Festival of Lights” by Gary O’Toole, my own “Scorpio New Moon and New Moon Energies: Exploring What’s Missing” and Alan Clay’s “Sedna Consciousness: The Soul’s Path of Destiny“. And introducing Astrologer Heather Ensworth in the featured video in the paper’s lower third “Sedna: Guiding us Through This Time of Transformation“—yes, this will explain much of Humanity’s journey right now on our Planet!

“We’re coming into the long awaited new Age of Aquarius – and the energy is going to be all about the enlightened individual, understanding that taking personal responsibility for our own worldview and consciousness will affect the future for the whole of humanity. In today’s edition,  all our articles will help many of us new to taking another step towards Sustainability, to letting go of past thought paradigms and awakening for our own spiritual path.”—Susan

As usual in the video section: Astrology by Acyuta-Bhava Das  | Tarot card readings for week of November 16th for each Astrological sign by the amazingly gifted Ali | Vegan cooking by Gaz Oakley at Avant Garde Vegan | And, setting the energetic feeling-tone with our music video shared by I Declare World Peace:  I’ve included a very short dedication for our New Moon energy with my little zen practice “Emptying the Cup“.

All the written, video and picture content in today’s edition is intended to keep us in tune and in touch with Humanity’s inherent need for peace and the power of art, beauty, music, wisdom for sustaining growth . . . all Divine Feminine energetic expressions of compassion and gratitude for the Newspaper’s mission of being “outrageously kind” [especially to ourselves and planet as well as each other]!

We go to press today with yet more valuable contributions from the “I Declare World Peace” art movement [check the photos section] .

Hit the subscribe button under the top banner in my By-line [ newspaper.thekindestrevolution.com/ ] to get the weekly paper into your email inbox on Saturdays, and all your donations are most welcome as blessings which will help the Newspaper thrive!

With outrageous kindness
“Live well yourself, live well with others and our Planet”
Susan

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Zen Loves You

Zenity is my term for Sanity by Zen—it might be the sanest thing in an insane world! I also say it’s for broken people living meaningless lives. Zen has always accepted that Humanity has a heartbreak.

We’re all broken to some degree—mainly broken in our hearts: and Zen gives deep healing ways and joy for life. You are here to be you . . . on your unique path to what we call an “Act of Truth”, or the way you serve existence. Existence needs you to flow through. Zen has always been about love and existence loves you.

Zen always changes with the culture on its World travels, and the culture changes Zen: so my teaching for you draws on ancient wisdom teachings, and also the ancient earth connection I experienced living in South West Ireland. Deep connection heals our “broken-ness”.

And from our ancient teachings, pre-Yoga and what we call “Zen” now, I’m going to take you back by using 4,000 year old centering meditations. One simple step you can take to living a simpler, more fulfilling life is to practice the “Zen Art of Tea Drinking”: here’s a round-up of the “Tea Way” blogs [click here …] – it’s a way to meditation time and for us to take time out, be together and connect.

We’re never alone when we practice in Zen, it’s a way of letting the love in for Humanity.

 

 

 

 

 

“The boundaries of existence
I call Heaven and Earth
Beyond this there is no name
Existence on Earth I call Love,
Or Mother (Tao).”
Lao Tzu, Tao te Ching

 

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Organics : The “We Love Grounded Organics” Edition … The Weekly Newspaper #13 Susan’s Editorial Saturday November 7th, 2020

Welcome to this week’s Newspaper | The We Love Grounded Organics Edition!

Our hopes are raised this week! We can choose what makes a difference to us in our lives, we can follow and take inspiration from people making a real difference. Yes, what inspires hope, what we value and practice now will become our individual future, and humanity’s hope: grounding ourselves in organic growth for the growing Sustainability movement.

I’m proud to say we’re focussing on themes of grounding organically in this “We Love Grounded Organics” edition of The Kindest Revolution Weekly : lead articles are all about choosing organic, models and practices making a real difference in sustaining the quality of our life. Life sustaining means making real choices: if we live consciously we know we’re not going to be here on this Planet for very long and happiness can be ours. Lead articles are  “The White and Green Story” by Rose Mason, “Get Grounded“by Dr Cat Saunders and my own “7 Steps to an Organic Life Path“. And the featured video in the paper’s lower third is “The Earthing Movie“—you can stream it here for free!

“We’re coming into the long awaited new Age of Aquarius – and the energy is going to be all about the enlightened individual, understanding that taking personal responsibility for our own worldview and consciousness will affect the future for the whole of humanity. In today’s edition,  all our articles will help many of us new to taking another step towards Sustainability, to letting go of past thought paradigms and awakening for our own spiritual path.”—Susan

As usual in the video section: Astrology by Acyuta-Bhava Das and “Astrology and Anxiety” | Tarot card readings for week of November 9th for each Astrological sign by the amazingly gifted Ali | Vegan cooking by Gaz Oakley at Avant Garde Vegan and [new mother!] Rachel Ama | And, setting the energetic feeling-tone with our music videos shared by I Declare World Peace:  Tears for Fears “Sowing the Seeds of Love” and Leonard Cohen “You Want it Darker.”

All the written, video and picture content in today’s edition is intended to keep us in tune and in touch with Humanity’s inherent need for peace and the power of art, beauty, music, wisdom for sustaining growth . . . all Divine Feminine energetic expressions of compassion and gratitude for the Newspaper’s mission of being “outrageously kind” [especially to ourselves and planet as well as each other]!

We go to press today with yet more valuable contributions from the “I Declare World Peace” art movement [check the photos section] .

Hit the subscribe button under the top banner in my By-line [ newspaper.thekindestrevolution.com/ ] to get the weekly paper into your email inbox on Saturdays, and all your donations are most welcome as blessings which will help the Newspaper thrive!

With outrageous kindness
“Live well yourself, live well with others and our Planet”
Susan

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7 First Steps on an Organic Life Path

We’re here, alive on this Planet to be happy. Organic living is about being a better, happier human being by making an incredible choice for your life and choosing the power of living positively. The benefits of an Organic life path, therefore, simply are all the spiritual and emotional benefits of inviting positivity into our life and the bonding we experience of living sincerely with Mother Nature alongside like-minded people. All of which of course, as we know, has immense physical benefits for our bodymind systems and making them a more comfortable place for our Spirit to dwell. We’re treating our bodymind as the Temple for our Spirit.

   

What is “Organic”

The Organic movement is not only food or plant-based, and includes anything grown by farmers who use renewable resources and who emphasise the conservation of soil and water, thereby enhancing the quality of the environment: as an example, the quality of the packaging for your Bamboo toothbrush would be ethically sourced, produced and bio-degradable.

Getting Started

Let’s jump in: how do we get started? With baby steps . . . let this life path unfold gently with slow, gentle steps. Try this plan for 7 weeks of slowly incorporating Organic into your daily life: add one new step every week.

1 Olive Oil and fresh lemons: start by taking Organic oil mixed with fresh lemon juice morning and night – drink one 10 ml spoon of each stirred together, in the morning that would be on an empty stomach. You can see benefits very soon by watching unwanted belly fat melting, and skin tone improving.

2 Coffee and tea – first find your brew, taking into account Organic fresh ground roast coffee is stronger than regular non-organic. Then maybe investigate grinding roasted whole beans for your daily coffee? Daily drinking of Green Tea in the afternoons has a quickly noticed benefit of clearing “brain fog” caused by an out-of-balance gut.

3 Coconut oil – how many ways can you use it? Mouth oil pulling, self massage, self care: this week save your used coffee grounds and add coconut oil for a body scrub. This is my own personal experience: 100% pure and raw Organic Coconut Oil compared to non-Organic is like comparing a rough wool to pure silk in texture!

4 Dark Chocolate – a daily time-out treat which is perfect for intention setting and meditation, especially gratitude: I like to buy a Fairtrade brand when I can get it.

5 Turmeric – take it as a daily “tea”: mix it with a scant half teaspoon of your coconut oil which acts in the same way as mother’s breast milk for absorption. Turmeric in powder form is best absorbed by the gut when it is in suspension, and this is facilitated by letting the water go off the boil before making your tea.

6 Growing and sprouting – start your own gardening or container growing: Organic lettuce seeds are readily available online, and learning to sprout is easy with Organic lentils. You can inform yourself on the benefits of planting, growing and harvesting by the Moon cycles: you’ll need to know that every week of the Moon phase is not a “planting” week for example.

7 Thrivewhen you think of “Thrive”, think of the seemingly small things that happened as you were birthed into this life: first you had to breathe, then you needed washing and the protection of warmth, then nurturing, fluids and sleep . . . and very, very importantly your little bodymind started moving for your survival and health [but then, you’d been moving quite a bit in the “void-space” of your mother’s womb]. Putting all of these vitalities together – we can call this our need for “practice”.

 

Putting It All Together

By week 7, we’re putting all our steps together: this is a way you can ground your own Spirituality in everyday life. Making your own bodymind Organism more harmonious with the Organic whole of the Universe is an important step to thriving, with breath, water and balancing, sleep and relaxing. Learn how to breathe properly with Yogic Pranayama practices. Make alkaline water and drink it on the main Moon phase days [ particularly New Moon and Full Moon]. Use your lemons, fresh still or mineral water and you’ll need to source organic peppermint, cucumber and ginger [the peppermint can be from brewed tea and the ginger can be dried].

Sleeping and relaxing: Organic cotton bedding helps a lot, as does finding a good quality Organic lavender oil and making a spray for yourself and your bedding, and burn it in an oil burner to relax before bedtime. Sleeping naked in crisp cotton bedsheets is amazing for good quality sleep! Your body temperature can regulate itself overnight better, and you help your skin to “breathe”.  

 

 

On the Path: Good Luck!

Now you’re on the path, there are so many ways to use our Organic basics in small ways in daily life: ground lentils make a good flour for flatbreads or roti; growing ginger is easy and seasonal; harvest rainwater for gardening; coconut oil is fabulous for hair conditioning and you could learn Indian Ayurvedic head massage to add to your self-care routine [and an Ayurvedic foot massage is an easy first step for wellbeing …] .

Good luck on your new lifepath, and I’ll leave you with this inspiration: how long does it take to get to a new version of “you”? Well, all we are on a physical level as a human being is air, water and food. And physically, our body’s 10-13 trillion cells replace themselves every 100 days [just over 3 months]. The 7 weeks you spend introducing Organic to your life gently and slowly is half of this powerful process of renewal: you’re helping Mother Nature to flow slowly.  

Namaste, Susan

   

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Zenity: sanity by living simply with zen in an insane world

“Zenity” is my term for the beneficial effects that a zen practice and a regular routine have on us.

So, sanity by zen.

Living simply and in the moment becomes the daily ordering principle which brings not only a peaceful tranquil mind, but also the tremendous joy of being able to bring the sacred into life on a daily basis. Sounds more than sane to me.

Our Zen Sangha met one weekend – in Baltimore, West Cork, Ireland. We had been chatting over tea, as usual after our sit, and the conversation once more turned to “Beginner’s Mind” a constant topic for us. I’ve been reading You Have to Say Something Dainin Katagiri’s book over the last year or so, and the consensus of opinion was that Master Katagiri talks so well with the beginner in mind, about daily routine.

In living with Zen, and with a regular practice, we’re acknowledging and respecting our innate Buddha mind, our individual Buddha hearts and of course our own Buddha nature. So the essence of our life becomes in regularly placing ourselves in a silent, simple place of harmonising with humanity.

Harmony instead of insanity in a chaotic world

So, the daily routine, here is the essence of what Katagiri says: “Getting up is only a tiny activity. It is not unusual – everyone does it. Although there is nothing outstanding about it, the goldenness of the earth is found in just such activities in everyday life. But instead of attending to such details, we form habitual ways of behaviour by attending to our desires. This is no way to live. We will never satisfy ourselves through such means. If you really want to please yourself, just forget your longing and attend to your daily life. In this we find “goldenness”.

Taking hold of the tiller of the boat of life, grabbing an oar, is called living in vow – aspiring to awaken each moment. To live in vow is to take care of all the little details of life. Like getting up in the morning. When it is time to get up, just get up. Free your mind from the thinking about having to get up. This is the way to enter the doors of a golden, peaceful world.”

 

 

I have precis’d the above but in essence what Katagiri was referring to is a saying of Dogen Zenjo, the founder of the Soto Zen school in Japan: “the wind of Buddhism makes manifest the great Earth’s goldenness, and makes ripen the sweet milk of the long rivers.”

Dogen likened life to riding in a boat. Most people just ride the boat of the universe, but this is actually just drifting. And in order to sail across the ocean of human life, we must see the earth as golden and taste the rivers as sweet milk.

So much of Zen is simply beautiful and sweetly poetic.

And the beautiful simplicity of a regular practice, which gives the ordering principle daily to your life, is that we get the space and time to unify opposites: the boring mundanity of much of daily life is brought together with the sweetness and freedom of breathing. Our internal qualities as human beings can be brought together in practice, so for example, emotional strength and also emotional ease that comes with regularity.

And here’s a final word from Katagiri on practice: “When you sit in zazen. Just sit. But you sit and how many thoughts, and emotions, memories, physical sensations appear from moment to moment and sit with you? Yet this moment is very simple. So why not take care of it with all your heart? To live our lives simply from moment to moment is zazen . . . the essence of zen. The manifestation of ultimate Reality.”

“Zenity” is my term for the beneficial effects that a zen practice and a regular routine have on us.

 

 

Susan’s note: Source—You Have to Say Something – Manifesting Zen Insight, Dainin Katagiri shambhala.com

And you might like to start establishing a daily sitting practice with this introduction to the Yin Zen Soma teachings on The Kindest Revolution site [click here].

Namaste, Susan

 

 

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Hope : The “Reasons to be Hopeful” Edition … The Weekly Newspaper #12 Susan’s Editorial Saturday October 31st, 2020

Welcome to this week’s Newspaper | The Reasons to be Hopeful Edition!

Is it really that hopeful? We can choose what makes a difference to us, we simplify and slow down—and take inspiration from people making a real difference? Yes, what inspires hope, what we value and practice now will become our individual future, and humanity’s hope.

I’m proud to say we’re focussing on themes of hope in this “Reasons to be Hopeful” edition of The Kindest Revolution Weekly : lead articles are all about what matters most and makes a real difference in sustaining the quality of our life. Life sustaining means making real choices: if we live consciously we know we’re not going to be here on this Planet for very long and happiness can be ours. Lead articles are my own “Organic—a Call to Action“, our review of Niamh Traynor’s e-book  “My Journey to Simple Sustainable Living” by Rose Mason, The Vegan Society has been on the menu for 30 years now, and we have  seasoned Indian journalist Oswald Pereira’s incredible story of inspiration and hope during the Covid-19 pandemic?

“We’re coming into the long awaited new Age of Aquarius – and the energy is going to be all about the enlightened individual, understanding that taking personal responsibility for our own worldview and consciousness will affect the future for the whole of humanity. In today’s edition,  all our articles will help many of us new to taking another step towards Sustainability, to letting go of past thought paradigms and awakening for our own spiritual path.”—Susan

As usual in the video section: Astrology by Acyuta-Bhava Das, including what we need to know about the Astrology of November  | Tarot card readings for week of November 2nd for each Astrological sign by the amazingly gifted Ali | Vegan cooking by Wil Yeung | And, setting the energetic feeling-tone with our music video:  Ian Dury “Reasons to be Cheerful“. And one of Dr Vandana Shiva’s landmark themes in her video “The Two Futures.”

All the written, video and picture content in today’s edition is intended to keep us in tune and in touch with Humanity’s inherent need for peace and the power of art, beauty, music, wisdom . . . all Divine Feminine energetic expressions of compassion and gratitude for the Newspaper’s mission of being “outrageously kind” [especially to ourselves and planet as well as each other]!

We go to press today with yet more valuable contributions from the “I Declare World Peace” art movement [check the photos section] .

Hit the subscribe button under the top banner in my By-line [ newspaper.thekindestrevolution.com/ ] to get the weekly paper into your email inbox on Saturdays, and all your donations are most welcome as blessings which will help the Newspaper thrive!

With outrageous kindness
“Live well yourself, live well with others and our Planet”
Susan

You can donate to support the Newspaper!

Spirit of Zen … Be Your Own Buddha in the Aquarius Age

I was drawn to give this blog a sub-title: Spirit of Our Times, Spirit of Zen … but “Be Your Own Buddha in the Aquarius Age” seemed to suit better—read on to understand my process.—Susan

2,000 years have passed now since the birth of the Christian Era, The Piscean Age, an astrological age which probably started around the time of the Buddha Siddhartha Gautam in India, a few hundred years previously.

It has been an age of patriarchy, organised religion and … also of the victim and the martyr—when an individual’s own spirituality and religious obligation was influenced, ordered and organised by a few men and their followers: Buddha, Christ, Prophets and Saviours, Enlightened Masters and Gurus.

The Age of The IndIvIdual Master

The Age we are now moving into as a collective of humanity, the astrological Age of Aquarius, is about individuality: qualities of life patterns experienced and expressed by individual human beings as part of an organic whole — we’re subtly passing over a threshhold into an era where each individual needs to master his or her own spiritual authority: we’re evolving.

For it is when the rivers of life bend sharply, when the will of nature makes us bend to a higher Universal Nature, as humanity evolves in consciousness, then our own need for inner authority and wisdom meets the spirit of existence herself, and what we meet personally is our own karma.

When no-one in the future can remember who a Buddha, or Jesus, Mohammad, or who the enlightened Masters were, zen will still exist.

The Mother of Existence will continue to live and breathe through nature’s cycles, as in the lovingness of the Tao or the Great Breath of Yoga; the karma of humanity will continue to be played out, tiring itself out, and Spirit of Zen will continue to flow in all things.

There probably will not now be another saviour or redeemer for the world, but these qualities are inborn in all of us, mastering them and learning to be in the flow of existence means that each one of us will redeem our own lives: for this is where your karma is, in those ancient life-patterns flowing through your present life with which you need to work creatively: to redeem your own life.

Acknowledging this spirit and honouring this need for self-mastery in practice, the Wisdom-mind, fully opened heart and peaceful being-nature innate in all of us unfolds naturally with new inner spaces of personal inner freedom — in clear awareness of the completeness and totality of existence; and with sublime life-healing from living with the Spirit of Zen.

This is the Zeitgeist then, the Spirit of Our Times, times in which Spirit of Zen blows on the winds of change for humanity — the dawn of the age of the Individual Master — where you are your own buddha.

 

 

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Sustaining Life : The “Life Can Be Easy” Edition … The Weekly Newspaper #11 Susan’s Editorial Saturday October 24th, 2020

Welcome to this week’s Newspaper | The Life Can Be Easy Edition!

Is it really that easy, we can choose what matters most to us, slow down and happiness is ours, if we learn simple, sustainable living? Yes, what we value and practice now will become our individual future, and humanity’s.

I’m proud to say we’re continuing our Sustainability themes in this “Life Can Be Easy” edition of The Kindest Revolution Weekly : lead articles are all about what matters most and makes a real difference in sustaining the quality of our life. Life sustaining means making real choices: if we live consciously we know we’re not going to be here on this Planet for very long and happiness can be ours. Lead articles are my interview with “Mr” Jon Jandai “Life is Easy” and Dr Vandana Shiva’s concept and teaching of  “Oikonomia” for a more organic Global Economy. We’re featuring Steve Killelea’s book release this month: “Peace in The Age of Chaos” … and how could we go to press without Thich Nhat Hanh’s  “Beyond Environment: Falling Back in Love with Mother Earth“?

 

“We’re coming into the long awaited new Age of Aquarius – and the energy is going to be all about the enlightened individual, understanding that taking personal responsibility for our own worldview and consciousness will affect the future for the whole of humanity. In today’s edition,  all our articles will help many of us new to taking another step towards Sustainability, to letting go of past thought paradigms and awakening for our own spiritual path.”—Susan

 

As usual in the video section: Astrology by Acyuta-Bhava Das, including what we need to know about Mercury in Scorpio  | Tarot card readings for week of October 26th for each Astrological sign by the amazingly gifted Ali | Vegan cooking by Wil Yeung, Rachel Ama and Gaz Oakley at Avant Garde Vegan | And, setting the energetic feeling-tone with our music video: The Eagles “Take it Easy“.

All the written, video and picture content in today’s edition is intended to keep us in tune and in touch with Humanity’s inherent need for peace and the power of art, beauty, music, wisdom . . . all Divine Feminine energetic expressions of compassion and gratitude for the Newspaper’s mission of being “outrageously kind” [especially to ourselves and planet as well as each other]!

We go to press today with yet more valuable contributions from the “I Declare World Peace” art movement [check the photos section] .

Hit the subscribe button under the top banner in my By-line [ newspaper.thekindestrevolution.com/ ] to get the weekly paper into your email inbox on Saturdays, and all your donations are most welcome as blessings which will help the Newspaper thrive!

With outrageous kindness
“Live well yourself, live well with others and our Planet”
Susan

You can donate to support the Newspaper!

zen of destiny – what gets in the way: mind clusters

‘I’m continuing my blog theme here: “Nothing is broken . . . ” the zen of our destiny.’—Susan

Remember what the Zen Master realised: the ordinary sincere person has all they need to awaken – nothing is missing. Sincerity and wisdom are all that is required because wisdom is the Divine state of mind from which buddhi awakens.

My sub-title could have been : “why are we doing it this way?”

Just because nothing that we know of has worked in the past to heal our big humanity/planet issues doesn’t mean it won’t work now.

 

 

zen of destiny

Here’s a meditation on our destiny for contemplation in our daily life: allowing awareness to arise as we go about our lives with dignity and strength. What is getting in the way?

I call the mindset that’s getting in the way : “mind clusters” [or 20th century thinking]

For instance: why did a widely media-publicised Extinction Rebellion day of demonstrations have to leave so much litter in the aftermath? Why do protestors post on Twitter accounts post-event of being strung out they’re so stressed and overwhelmed. Why so much noise?

Sounds like the ’60’s and ’70’s to me – 20th century thinking.

We know what worked for Gandhi – silent sitting in strength. Actually and personally, we knew this as Economic students in Manchester in the ’70’s – we occupied one of the Manchester Metropolitan University’s older buildings to demonstrate, we had a well organised “sit-in” in shifts [even with the Students Union running a pay-bar for fund raising!] and we won our cause. I led a silent demonstration in 2001 through London to the Catholic Archbishop’s residence raising awareness over the victims of the Priest Sex scandals – and we made all the major news stories with TV coverage showing our dignity.

 

 

“Why are we doing it this way?”

Nothing is broken. Your teachers and Spiritual Guides today know the strength it will take to get through the challenges of the next few years. The strength we’ll need comes from holding a quiet intent in each individual’s mind – zen. All that’s getting in the way is our own minds clustering around out-dated methodology. “Why are we doing it this way?”

This is the message that zen can bring to how we will thrive: “Life brings Life | Joy brings Joy | Hope brings Hope”.

 

 

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Values : The “What Enhances Life the Most?” Edition … The Weekly Newspaper #10 Susan’s Editorial Saturday October 17th, 2020

Welcome to this week’s Newspaper | The What Matters the Most Edition!

Is it really that simple, we can choose what matters most to us and happiness is ours, if we just value it? Yes, what we value now will become our future.

I’m proud to say this is the first “Values” edition of The Kindest Revolution Weekly : lead articles are all about what matters most to us in life? Life enhancing can mean contemplating death, if we live consciously we know we’re not going to be “here” for very long. Lead article is by Dr Cat Saunders “Four Things That Matter most” with reflections on Ira Byock M.D.’s life teachings, former Monk Jay Shetty tells us “How to live with more intention“, my own article on Zen is “Living with Zen Values” and Astrologer Gary O’Toole’s article on “Pluto, Saturn and Jupiter in Capricorn” delves deep into the why and the what of what we’re being made to contemplate right now in Humanity’s journey through time.

 

“We’re coming into the long awaited new Age of Aquarius – and the energy is going to be all about the enlightened individual, understanding that taking personal responsibility for our own worldview and consciousness will affect the future for the whole of humanity. In today’s edition,  all our articles will help many of us new to taking another step to letting go of past thought paradigms and awakening for our own spiritual path.”—Susan

 

As usual in the video section: Astrology by Acyuta-Bhava Das, including what we need to know about this Mercury Retrograde transit  | Tarot card readings for week of October 19th for each Astrological sign by the amazingly gifted Ali | Vegan cooking by Gaz Oakley at Avante Garde Vegan | Watch Dr Vandana Shiva’s video on our future and what it holds [or not] for us | And, setting the energetic feeling-tone with our music video “Only love can keep us together” … I chose the Shaggy featuring Gene Noble version.

All the written, video and picture content in today’s edition is intended to keep us in tune and in touch with Humanity’s inherent need for peace and the power of art, beauty, music, wisdom . . . all Divine Feminine energetic expressions of compassion and gratitude for the Newspaper’s mission of being “outrageously kind” [especially to ourselves and planet as well as each other]!

We go to press today with yet more valuable contributions from the “I Declare World Peace” art movement [check the photos section] .

Hit the subscribe button under the top banner in my By-line [ newspaper.thekindestrevolution.com/ ] to get the weekly paper into your email inbox on Saturdays, and all your donations are most welcome as blessings which will help the Newspaper thrive!

With outrageous kindness
“Live well yourself, live well with others and our Planet”
Susan

You can donate to support the Newspaper!

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