Spiritual living

Articles to help you apply spiritual intelligence and wisdom to your everyday life through examples from my own experience and observation, by Semele Xerri of Triple Moon.

A new golden age – reading for 2013

Posted on Jan 7, 2013 in Spiritual living, Tarot

9 of Cups in the Thoth Tarot deckWith all the hype surrounding the end of 2012, and with some believing that none of us would even be here to see 2013, I was really interested to see what advice the Tarot would offer us for this new year.

The card I drew is the Nine of Cups, a card of happiness and celebration. I’ve always known Spirit has an excellent sense of humour and I think there’s certainly an element here of the universe saying “yes, be thankful and celebrate the fact that the planet and the people on it are still here!” Joking aside, I do think this is very important. I believe the future of the human race on our planet hung in the balance for a while with our future undecided, and in the last few years it has really been up to us, our thoughts and our actions as to just how events would unfold (take a look at my previous yearly readings).

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How to Recognise Your Intuition

Posted on Oct 19, 2012 in Spiritual living

I’m always being asked how you can tell whether a message or thought is coming from your intuition and higher self or whether it’s your ego (your small self) talking. Here’s a video with some useful tips to help you recognise your intuitive voice, but remember practice makes perfect!

If you’re interested in developing your intuition and your ability to hear your higher self, you may like my Spiritual Development Course.

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Fairy tale wisdom

Posted on Sep 30, 2012 in Book reviews, Spiritual living

Snow White in the glass coffin

by Michel Zablodskiy: http://bit.ly/MlT5xQ

I’ve always loved fairy tales and could sense in them, even at an early age, a kind of innate magic and significance, but I don’t think it was until my university days that I realised the depth of their wisdom.

I chose to study Old French as one of my English literature options (don’t worry, this isn’t going to get too cerebral!) and one of the authors I read was Marie de France and her wonderful 12th century lais – short but vivid narrative poems about knights, maidens and adventure.

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Debt or legacy? What will we leave our children

Posted on Aug 29, 2012 in Spiritual living

empty piggy bankI watched a horrifyingly stark documentary on Sky News recently called “Born Bankrupt”. This half hour programme investigated the level of the nation’s debt and its burden on future generations. The presenter, Jeff Randall, pulled no punches as he explained how children born today will have to shoulder the burden of re-paying the nation’s debt, while their parents and grandparents (of which I am one) enjoy the benefits.

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Spirituality and science – a necessary partnership

Posted on Jun 12, 2012 in Spiritual living

Spirituality and ScienceI spent a weekend in London recently attending the Spirit Release Forum‘s conference. The speakers had some fascinating stories to tell.

Catherine G. Lucas, founder of the Spiritual Crisis Network, talked about her personal experience of what is termed spiritual emergency – when spiritual awakening accelerates at such an intensive pace that the individual finds it extremely difficult to maintain their normal, daily lives.

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