Rites of Passage 2019

The Program of Initiation into The Divine You

Welcome to The Rites of Passage No2. You are about to embark on a deeply enriching journey of the soul and self-discovery.

The purpose of Rites of Passage No1 and No2 is to guide all awakened souls through a expedited process of back-to back initiations

Rites of Passage is self- initiating courses of weekly or monthly, dependant on your desire to progress, guided meditations to assist you into expanding your Light Body and aligning to the highest expression possible for you.  The Rites of Passage Program is designed to benefit everyone, no matter the level of conscious awareness. You may receive much more from these programs if you are already focusing upon bodily purification and seeking a new perspective on life.

These Rites are daily focuses requiring a high level of dedication to receive the maximum level of results. It is recommended to consistently have peace and calm around you when experiencing the guided transmissions. And to set aside time each day for further contemplation around each Rites of Passage message.

I accept myself completely. I accept my strengths and my weaknesses, my gifts and my shortcomings, my good points and my faults.
I accept myself completely as a human being. I accept that I am here to learn and grow, and I accept that I am learning and growing.
I accept the personality I’ve developed, and I accept my power to heal and change.
I accept myself without condition or reservation. I accept that the core of my being is goodness and that my essence is love, and I accept that I sometimes forget that.
I accept myself completely, and in this acceptance I find an ever-deepening inner strength.
From this place of strength, I accept my life fully and I open to the lessons it offers me today. I accept that within my mind are both fear and love, and I accept my power to choose which I will experience as real.
I recognise that I experience only the results of my own choices.
I accept the times that I choose fear as part of my learning and healing process, and I accept that I have the potential and power in any moment to choose love instead.
I accept mistakes as part of my growth, so I am always willing to forgive myself and give myself another chance.
I accept that my life is the expression of my thought, and I commit myself to aligning my thoughts more and more each day with the thought of love.
I accept that I am an expression of this love.       (Author Unknown)

An Old Medicine Indian Chief was explaining to his son that he has two wolves in battle within himself. The one wolf is kind and gentle and the other brutal and hard….

The son asked who will win this battle…

The old wise Cherokee answered…

The one you feed….

I accept myself completely. I accept my strengths and my weaknesses, my gifts and my shortcomings, my good points and my faults.
I accept myself completely as a human being. I accept that I am here to learn and grow, and I accept that I am learning and growing.
I accept the personality I’ve developed, and I accept my power to heal and change.
I accept myself without condition or reservation. I accept that the core of my being is goodness and that my essence is love, and I accept that I sometimes forget that.
I accept myself completely, and in this acceptance I find an ever-deepening inner strength.
From this place of strength, I accept my life fully and I open to the lessons it offers me today. I accept that within my mind are both fear and love, and I accept my power to choose which I will experience as real.
I recognise that I experience only the results of my own choices.
I accept the times that I choose fear as part of my learning and healing process, and I accept that I have the potential and power in any moment to choose love instead.
I accept mistakes as part of my growth, so I am always willing to forgive myself and give myself another chance.
I accept that my life is the expression of my thought, and I commit myself to aligning my thoughts more and more each day with the thought of love.
I accept that I am an expression of this love.       (Author Unknown)

An Old Medicine Indian Chief was explaining to his son that he has two wolves in battle within himself. The one wolf is kind and gentle and the other brutal and hard….

The son asked who will win this battle…

The old wise Cherokee answered…

The one you feed….