The month of January was originally named Ianuarius by the ancient Romans, after the god Janus, god of gates and doors, endings and beginnings. The Romans depicted Janus with two heads, allowing him to look backwards and forwards simultaneously as he symbolized the notion that one must emerge through a door or gate in order to enter into a new place.
The commencement of a new year presents a threshold and moment in time where we may be inclined to reflect upon new directions or new paths to follow within the coming months. To honor the arrival of January and the new doorways, directions, passages and opportunities it offers that may be used to help empower our lives, Merlian News is introducing a new category dedicated to the ancient art of Feng Shui.
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New Items Posted in Merlian News
Introduction To Classical Feng Shui Author gives introduction to the art of Feng Shui, which is the study of physical objects as filters of healing breath, and of how that healing breath can be channeled for inspiration, profitable ideas, and human relationships.
Review of The Messiah Seed Volume I by Story Waters Review of book by first time author, Story Waters, which is a compilation of short channeled essays that profess the existence of God within us all and encourage a greater sense of self accountability and the power of personal “limitlessness”.
Feb 4-6: The “What the Bleep Do We Know!?” Conference Summary of this year’s Prophets’ Conference in Santa Monica, CA which will focus on the movie, “What the Bleep Do We Know”.
Merlian News Interview with Tania Ahsan Merryn Jose interviews Prediction Magazine Editor-and-Chief Tania Ahsan.
2005 Prophets Conference, What The Bleep?: Dr. Jeffery Satinover Excerpts of writings by Dr. Jeffery Satinover, author, psychiatrist and contributing researcher who appears in the movie “What The Bleep Do We Know?”.
Message from the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers Information on new women’s group known as The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, which originated from a conference in October of 2004, where thirteen indigenous grandmothers and women Shaman, from around the world, joined forces with Western women elders and political activists at the Global Women’s Gathering.
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