Nytt år – eller är det? / New year – or is it?

Nytt år – eller är det? / New year – or is it?

Svenska reflektioner:

Gott nytt år säger vi. Nytt år, är det verkligen det? Eller är det ännu en sak som blivit förvridet och ändrat för att få oss i obalans?

När vi följer naturliga cyklus som ex. månens är det inte alls 12 månader. Det är 13. 13 har blivit olyckans nummer – men det har ju kommit fram att det är snarare den feminina kraftens nummer. Som vi skriver i Holy F*ck och Sacred Water:

The sacred feminine power number of 13 has been suppressed for thousands of years. In 2019, the spark that gave rise to Holy F*ck and Sacred Water was ignited as a co-creation. At the same time, we entered a new 13 000-year cycle, as well as a new 13-year cycle of sacred feminine power. There are 13 zodiac signs that now have been acknowledged, and 13 cycles of the moon in a lunar year. That is why women have 13 cycles in a year and ovulate on the 13th day. Mary Magdalene was the 13th apostle of Jesus.

Så när vi säger gott nytt år den 1 Januari varje år – är det verkligen där det nya året börjar?

Pam Lob har skrivit sina funderingar omkring det nya året i dagens blogpost från Wholyland.

 

New year – or is it?

As New Year as we know it approach’s, many of us reflect back on the past year and some make resolutions for the next. Intent on new beginnings only to return to old behaviours before January is even out.

I don’t think any of us could have predicted how 2020 panned out. It’s been a challenging year for nearly everyone in some form or another. Some have seen it as an opportunity to slow down, go within and to awaken. Whilst others have retreated under the duvet and into fear, in the attempt to believe someone or something will be their saviour.

I personally believe there will be no something (a vaccine) or someone (a new president or the return of Jesus) to save us. The saviour is within us. It comes from recognising our own strength, geniuses, our shadows and weaknesses. As we accept who we are, share  from a place of honesty and authenticity. We can them come together to co-create the world we want to see. Is it, or will it be easy? No life never is! This is what makes it exciting and joyful.

 

This year I’ve found myself going down the rabbit hole, in fact many rabbit holes. I’ve being asking questions and researching on the vaccines, the cabal, freedom and sovereignty, plus many other topics, I’ve not even considered to look at in the past. It’s been interesting, horrifying and at times challenging. Is all I’ve read true? No, but I believe much of it is closer to the truth than what we’ve been told in the mainstream media. The constant censorship has made me look even more. What are they trying to hide? Why are they preventing me and fellow practitioners from sharing natural and wholistic health tips to boost your immunity and keep you healthy?

What I’ve really learnt this year is to question. To sit in the questions and to trust my own intuition on whether what I’m reading/hearing is true for me right NOW. As more information or a different perspectives becomes available I’m open to my truth shifting. I believe as we go forward into 2021 the ability to question, examine the facts from many different perspectives and to be ok with change is going to be very important. Along with loving kindness, compassion and acceptance. That we are each on our own journey and can have very differing beliefs, but still be friends.

Something I was not very good at, or at least gave little time too was reflection and contemplation but I’ve learnt the many benefits of both.

Reflection

At this time of year I like to reflect on the year past,the good, the not so good, what worked and what didn’t. I then sit and contemplate on the year to come. I gave up on resolutions years ago and now don’t even bother with goals and plans as every year something new and unknown comes into my life that changes it way beyond my expectations. This year it was our podcast Live the Impossible Show, Wholyland and COVID-19.

Contemplation

What I do contemplate is a word or words for the year. This year it was ‘trust’ and that has certainly been put to the test as I’ve trusted my intuition which has guided me away from the main stream thinking and believes of the virus and vaccines and into wanting sovereignty, freedom, co-creation and the right to choose what I do with my body and health. I’m still contemplating on my words for 2021 but feel trust is still a major one.

As I sat contemplating I started to wonder …

Why do we celebrate the new year when we do?
Why is the passing into a new year so important? …
   Is it just another excuse for a party?
   Is it seeing our lives marching on?
   Is it a fear of not fulfilling our destiny?

Why do we celebrate New Year on January 1st?

For me it makes more sense that the new year happens at the solstice. As the solstice is also my birthday this may be partly why I think this way. The ancient Greeks did celebrate new year at this time and I’ve had at least one past life in Ancient Greece!

The solstice was a time of celebration in many early civilisations.
Hence why the Church chose this time to celebrate the birth of Jesus. (the exact date or even the year is unknown, not helped by many different calendars and ways of recording the passage of time.) Many Christian celebrations are very close to old pagan ceremonies often associated with solar or lunar events. Having Christian celebrations close to events like the solstice and eostre made it easier to convert and placate the populate.

 

So why January 1st?
Like the calendar itself this is a man made date with no connection to solar or lunar events. The passage of time has been recorded from at least the Neolithic period and early calendars, the oldest found is from the Bronze Age followed lunar and/or solar events. But these are not totally regular and have resulted till this day with adjustments to be made and no universal calendar. This is why even today different cultures use different ways of recording time and dates, and celebrate the New Year at different times.

In the past probably depending on where you were in the world and your seasons, new year was most likely to be celebrated on a solar event. Either the summer or winter solstice, but most commonly the summer or autumn equinox.

Celebrating New Year on January 1st came from the early Roman calendar which our present day western calendar is based on.

“It stems from an ancient Roman custom, the feast of the Roman god Janus, who was the god of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages, frames, and endings. This is also where the name for the month of January comes from, since Janus was depicted as having two faces. One face looked back into the past, and the other peered forward to the future, just like how on January 1, we can look back at the year that just ended, and look forward to the new year that lies ahead.”  https://earthsky.org

The early Roman calendar had only 10 months. This is why the name of some of our months: September (7), October (8), November (9), December (10) don’t match their actual position. This calendar was reformed by Julius Caesar in 45 BC

“The Julian calendar was no longer dependent on the observation of the new moon but simply followed an algorithm of introducing a leap day every four years. This created a dissociation of the calendar month from the lunation.”

“The Gregorian calendar was introduced as a refinement of the Julian calendar in 1582, and is today in worldwide use as the de facto calendar for secular purposes.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_calendar

 

Manipulation of Time

Clocks, time keepers and calendars have resulted in us becoming slaves to time. Perceived lack of time is one of the primary reasons for not doing something.

When we follow lunar and solar cycles our bodies are less stressed as we are more in sync wih nature. Womens cycles are 28 days for a reason!

This great video explains more about the hijacking of time and there is a comedy section in the middle which explains how the calendar could be. Brilliant!

 

 

As the world now recognises 2021 starts on 1st January energetically this is when the energy shifts.  What will 2021 bring us who knows. But in numerology it is a 5 universal year so we will be cosmically supported to implement if we choose a 5D lifestyle with spirit leading the physical. This is not about spiritual bypass but bringing the spiritual into our physical bodies to be embodied to support wholeness.

January 1st 2021

For many of us this New Year will be unlike any we have experienced. Our choice and freedom curtailed due to the tightening lockdowns. For many of us there will be no parties or firework celebrations, just loneliness and an opportunity to go within, to meditate, to contemplate, to awaken to new possibilities and new beginnings. A party is quickly over and forgotten from a drop to many of a favourite tipple. Whereas a deep meditation, contemplation and awakening can be with you for many moons to come.

We wish you all the very best for 2021 and the strength, courage to face what ever we may be challenged with. Embrace peace, stillness, compassion and kindness and we will be ready to celebrate in style when the right time allows.

To the future and beyond
Enjoy with joy

Pam Lob
on behalf of  the Wholyland Council.

 

 

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