The first 12 days of the year, 12 works...

The spiritual Master Omraam Mikhael Aïvanhov always invited us to pay attention to the first 12 days of the new year. If we imagine that each of these first 12 days symbolizes the twelve months of the new year, when we decide to give them a special impetus, it strengthens our resolutions and helps get the year started on the right track. This is why we are offering you a small 'white stone' marker for each of those 12 days - a special extract from Omraam Mikhael Aïvanhov's Teachings, to reflect on during the day.

We hope you will find these helpful and that this daily practice will have a positive and lasting effect throughout the year.

This is the 6th day of the New Year ... representing June.



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January 6,

Take the sun as
your model of perfection

This is a law: we always end up resembling the people and things we admire. In the same way, if you make a habit of looking at the sun every day, and if you admire its generosity, its power and the abundance of life that pours from it, you will gradually feel transformations taking place within you, as though you were absorbing something of the sun’s own light, warmth and life.
The sun is an image of perfection and, if you take it as your model, you will really and truly transform yourself.

In the sun, you have the image of a radiant, generous being and you cannot help but be influenced, and the contact with its warmth and light necessarily inspires more brotherly feelings towards others, feelings of generosity, kindness and patience.


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Blessings of good health, happiness, and light for the new year!

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