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March 4, 2021


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We love to receive letters, but not every letter will be published; the publication of letters is at the discretion of the online and print letters editors.

Life is all about vibration at the moment. Will this choice raise my vibration or bring me down? Every day we make choices like what I’m going to watch on TV, what I’m going to shove in my mouth, who am I going to talk to today, will I squeeze a swim in and lie in our glorious sun – and the list goes on.

Now our Earth is raising her vibration very rapidly and if we wish to ascend with her in our physical form we need to keep up. So what you feed your body, mind and spirit is going to make a difference. I had a very clear dream that showed me we have to stop drinking alcohol of all kinds at this time because it is connected to a history of pain and suffering.

What we focus on at this time connects our energy to it and feeds that creation; we are very powerful beings. So, for example if you watch the horrors on the news and start getting emotionally affected by this not only are your vibrations going down you are connecting yourself to the creation of the old Earth and keeping it here. Now is the time to practise detachment, deal with what’s in your face with as much love as you can, because we are all part of each other. If you have to walk away, do so, at least you haven’t fed someone’s drama play. If you still feel you have emotions building up inside you deal with them. It’s good to have a cry for it will release you. Go and have a yell out to the universe.

Let’s enjoy this ride of ascension, I know it’s challenging but we all chose to come down here at this magic time on our beautiful Earth. Have faith in yourself and make kindness be your way.

Yahndi Dee-Nay, Wilsons Creek


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