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Ann Oswald Laird: My mission is to empower and provide resources for every sentient being and to access the universal energy that flows in vast abundance. www.AkashicAscension.com

Month

February 2016

Wander

The art of wandering in the wilderness allows you an opportunity to rest in the stillness.  It opens you for a deeper awareness; Matter and Spirit connection through the practice of being attentive to the breathe of Consciousness.

Allow time out for yourself, seek the calm of stillness, where external demands are fewer.  Remove yourself from concrete stimulation, to discipline the mind, to be still.

Breathe in the Wilds-release the thoughts that keep pervading your mind.

Ann Oswald Laird

Bell Rock Vortex, Sedona, Arizona

Kassie

I inspire you, when a door opens be open, be curious, be genuine and trust. When you come face to face with change, I say move through the resistance and follow your heart. You may discover that what you truly desire is entering and setting you on a journey of love.

I dedicate this day to my daughter Kassie who has so profoundly opened my heart to love, to love so deeply and to know that no matter what we will always be there for each other. She is an apple from my tree and not far does she fall.  I love her so.

Ann Oswald Laird

My favorite picture of Kassie in Sedona, Arizona

Expression

I inspire you, to walk in the woods, a healing in time, a union with the Divine.  Be slow. Do not run. Breathe, Release and Recalibrate.

Breathe in the woods, the expression of Gaia. Take within, her very Soul, her nurturing, her wisdom and her Sacred Oneness-Align, Integrate, Activate.

Release what no longer serves, transform and become anew-shed the winter and align with Spring, a bud, a new beginning, a softening, a directional pull toward the Light.

Recalibrate to the heart beat of Mother Earth, seek rhythm, ebb and flow, an ease and Grace, in union with the whole, Oneness.

Ann Oswald Laird

On Mount Shasta in California

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