Truth

We all know what truth means. Or at least we think that we know. But the real truth is that not only we, here on earth now, but our parents and even their parents were never taught the real truth. So it is nobody’s fault that the truth, about us as human beings, is just coming to the surface now.

I am talking about the Ascension. No, not the ascension of Jesus or Mother Mary, but the ascension of the human species. Let me explain a little bit further before I have everyone thinking that I’m some kind of a nut case. You may still think that even after I explain these things, that’s your option.

Ascension is merely learning the truth. The truth that we are beautiful, unlimited spirits that inhabit a human body. The truth is that we are on Earth, at this time, to teach and to learn. To teach and learn that we are a part of something much bigger and much more loving than any of us know. To understand that there is life after human death.

The Ascension is merely learning and teaching the truth, and that truth is learning to understand what role we play in this vast and unlimited Universe. We leave our Home, in a most beautiful and heavenly realm, by choice, to come here and live our lives and to do the best we can to bring light and love into a crumbling world.

If you remembered what our Heavenly Home was like, you wouldn’t be afraid to leave this life. Death of the body is just that. It’s like shedding our shells. We take our spiritual forms back when we return home.

There are so many things that are hard to believe, but they are things that we nevertheless need to learn. It’s why we’re here. I know how the death of a loved one can crush you spirit, shred your heart and, for some, not want to go on with your life. I know because I’m been there. You don’t get over it, you live with it. But that old adage, “When one door closes, another opens,” is very true.

What I have learned about myself, my life’s path has made me realize just how beautiful life is. I am a lilghtworker, which means I bring light into the world and into other people’s lives. I am also an Empath. I feel other’s pain as if it were my own. But most of all I am a healer.

 

I ask that you take advantage of my offer of a free 30 minute phone call that may change your life.

I will end with wishing you peace, love and light.

Kathy Zengolewicz

The True Spirit of Halloween

The beginning or origin of Halloween dates back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celts, who lived about 2,000 years ago in what is now Ireland, celebrated their new year on November 1st marking the end of summer and the beginning of harvest.

part_1443542321120-1On the day before the new year, October 31, it was believed that the dead returned to Earth to cause trouble and damage crops. Halloween was a time of celebration and superstition. People would light bonfires a wear homemade costumes, usually made of animal heads and skins, to ward off spirits.

When Halloween was first celebrated in America, it consisted of public events to celebrate the harvest. Neighbors would tell stories of the dead, sing, dance and tell each other’s fortunes. The celebrations were very small and limited. Colonial Halloween festivities were celebrated by telling ghost stories and making mischief of all kinds. Annual Autumn festivities were common, but Halloween was not celebrated throughout the country.

When a new flood of immigrants, especially those fleeing from the potato famine in Ireland in 1846, came to America the celebration of Halloween was beginning to be celebrated nationally. Americans began to dress in costume and go door to door asking for food and money and that tradition became what we know today as “trick-or-treat.”

Halloween has changed from what it’s origin were years ago. Most recently children dress up as their favorite characters, whether a cartoon or historical character, and go from house to house collecting candy. It wasn’t so long ago that I remember, with a warmth, my children going door to door, trick or treating. I remember that time as fun. Speaking and socializing with my neighbors. But times change and we must act accordingly.

Today, a lot of the past traditions seem to have fallen by the wayside. Our world seems to have changed along with the traditions of Halloween. Parents today are fearful. The fun has been taken out of Halloween. But for those who appreciate the holiday, there are ways to celebrate with you children and keep fear at a minimum.

A few of the ways to change how we observe Halloween are by having small neighborhood parties, creating a celebration at a local social club, and maybe even having a small party in a public park. Most of all, just make Halloween memories that your children can cherish for years.