Thursday, October 31, 2019

Honoring Our Ancestors

October 31st is called Samhain by the Celtic people. Its where our Halloween originates. A time to make peace, forgive, ask for forgiveness, and release those who have passed on. Consider the weight of carrying the dead. They might like to be released as well.

A lovely tradition in many cultures is setting a place at the table for your family members who have died. It is a happy occasion of storytelling and remembering the good things about the person. 

The veil is thin today. What did you mean to say before they passed? Listen to what they need to say to you. Be in gratitude for the gifts they gave or the lessons you learned because of them.

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