October 31st, 2019

Today, the final day of October, the 31st Kali and Kwan Yin are here as we move into the final 2 months of the year, 2019. Kali and Kwan Yin work a great deal together along with Isis. All 3 have my heart. I feel they do more than anybody knows. 3 very important women for the world, for our spirits and for our souls. Kali means the Fullness of Time and Kwan means Love and Respect…and Extraordinary. They both embody so much. I feel these 2 will be extremely important in 2020 along with Isis to help assist in many ways. (more to come later…) Today Kali’s message is to release all that does not serve me, It’s time to be the truth of who I am. October was a long month. Many of us experienced many different things from beautiful to difficult. The next couple months is looking to bring in more balance. Especially the month of December. Today might be an emotional day, it might be a day for reflecting, a good day for journaling and a great day to set aside some time for meditation. Work to let go of anything you don’t need, anything that does not serve you. Lighten your load and move into the beauty, the fun, the expansion, the creativity. You can call upon Archangel Jophiel as well if you need some help, inspiration or encouragement. Kwan Yin is the Goddess of compassion, she too can move us into action. Let’s think about recognizing the suffering in the world in order to release it. Release it in yourself and look for ways to assist the world. “Curiosity breeds compassion” Think about what that means for these final 2 months of 2019 and how what we do now can move us into and serve us in 2020. Which I’m calling the Year of Compassion.

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kali 10-31-19

kwan 10-31-19

kali and kwan 10-31-19

4 thoughts on “October 31st, 2019

  1. Yes, I for sure look forward to seeing the end of a challenging year. In the meantime I am very encouraged to move through November and December in gratitude and joy and next year, I feel, is going to be BIG, Energizing & Freeing! Thank you for sharing this encouraging and validating reading!

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  2. Heather, I like your statement, “Curiosity breeds compassion”. YES! It does. Curiosity entices exploration and discovery. What better way to do it than with compassion?

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