Make Peace Personal – 12 Sessions With Carolyn Winter – January 1st 2018

Its not too late… make your peace intention + your personal intention to be repatterned monthly in 2018, listen to the recording and notice your intentions manifesting for you….

World Peace Hologram

In this monthly group proxy series with Carolyn Winter each participant may focus their intention on an area of the world that needs peace and name a personal intention of any kind as well. Set your 2 intentions once and notice the changes that occur with every session both in yourself and in the world.

Sessions are streamed live on Youtube. The date and time will be announced at Sign up at … for email notices.

Our first session is on New Years Day January 1st 2018 at 1:30pm Eastern 


  1. Personalize these sessions for your participation and complete the form below:

2. Watch the video recording…

3. Read the Session Notes to Integrate the session

Watch for evidence of peace happening in the world for your intention! Comments welcomed!

With love and light


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A generous tip from a genius!

Forget the theory of relativity. When it comes to decoding the universe, nothing is more mysterious than human beings. Thankfully, German-born physicist and world-famous genius Albert Einstein has left behind his own theory to achieving happiness and fulfillment—and no, it has nothing to do with physics.

After 95 years, an anonymous seller has put two notes from the Nobel Prize-winning prodigy up for auction. And you’ll never guess what he wrote.

As the story goes, Einstein was on a 1922 speaking tour in Tokyo when a Japanese courier delivered a message to him at the Imperial Hotel. Upon realizing that he didn’t have enough change to tip to messenger, he whipped out a pen and scribbled down some life tips, instead.

Those two pieces of advice? First, “A quiet and modest life brings more joy than a pursuit of success bound with constant unrest,” he wrote in German on Imperial Hotel Tokyo stationary. “Where there’s a will, there’s a way,” reads the second, written on a blank piece of paper.

As Einstein handed over the advice, he added a small quip: “Maybe if you’re lucky those notes will become much more valuable than just a regular tip,” the seller, who is a relative of the courier, claims.

There’s definitely some genius behind that simple wisdom!


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Fighting the darkness while spreading the light of love…..



FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016 file photo, a tapestry showing Mother Teresa hangs from the central balcony of St. Peter's Basilica, in St. Peter's Square, at the Vatican. © (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

Most people know about Mother Teresa. Some may know she was recently proclaimed a saint. She and her fellow sisters took in societies most unwanted and she fiercely aided and defended those who had no protectors.

Mother Teresa was also a Nobel Peace Prize winner. It was awarded for her selfless service to humanity. What I didn’t know until recently is that she was haunted by self doubt. According to correspondence that came to light after she died in 1997, Mother Teresa experienced what the church calls a “dark night of the soul” — a period of spiritual despair and loneliness that many of the great mystics experienced. In Mother Teresa’s case, it lasted for nearly 50 years — I can’t begin to imagine that amount of angst.

In her writings she despaired of ever being worthy. While living in this darkness she continued to bring light to the needy. It’s often stated that we teach what we need to learn. She said the greatest poverty in the world is the feeling of being unloved. She spoke these words as she struggled for inner peace and feeling disconnected from her own light and questioning her right to receive God’s love.

It’s hard to imagine receiving love from anyone, even God, without earning it. Love is given freely and not in response to good works through service to others.

The true test of character lies in overcoming our fears and insecurities. Mother Teresa faced her darkness by bringing light to the world; even when she doubted herself. I believe she is finally at peace and basking in the light of love.

At this time of the year we recognize those who have passed with various religious services commemorating the dead. She is my inspiration and a beautiful reminder that we are all just simply human….


Contributions from: associated press writer, Nicole Winfield and  Bernat Armangue from Kolkata, India.









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Are you missing your life?

I just finished a wonderful article by Joe Robinson in Life and Wisdom magazine. He speaks about losing the “living feeling”. He asks when was the last time you were so excited by a passion that people asked you “what’s up with that grin? When did you last feel the tingle of a wow moment?”I can’t honestly remember feeling this way unless I was traveling somewhere new. Discovery is my passion yet my choices for how I spend most of my days does not support that. There is a disconnect within me.

In thinking about this I have made my own” to live list” based on where I am everyday.

  1. Day trips. Arizona is full of magic and I am committed to finding it regularly rather than waiting until I have time for an extended get away: 24 hrs. is a lot of time.

2.  Pushing myself out of my comfort zone and saying YES to any new activity that     remotely interests me. I have a new bike and I am researching biking groups! I also am looking into an art class to discover my inner artist through painting. I love looking at art and now it’s time to make some for myself.

I am remembering some of my childhood dreams. As a kid I always knew what made me happy and those memories may be my map to finding my passion beyond my work. I was once told that we don’t dream of things we are NOT capable of…

As I focus on my careers and adult responsibilities it is easy to forget that I am dealing with a “finite commodity”: TIME. We all have a limited engagement. I want to make sure my dance card is filled!



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We can actually solve problems…Thank you!

Bill Gates: Polio will be eradicated this year, the endgame is near…

The Bill and Linda Gates Foundation decided to put a lot of money towards a few goals. One of them was to eradicate polio which was paralyzing over 300,000 children every year.

  • In 1988 — when wild poliovirus was in more than 125 countries, paralyzing 350,000 people every year — the World Health Assembly launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative to help eliminate the disease through a mass immunization campaign.
  • In 2007 the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation joined other major health organizations already committed to the GPEI, contributing nearly $3 billion toward eradicating polio by 2019.
  • Today 12 cases of poliovirus exist in two countries, and the Gates Foundation is optimistic polio could be completely wiped out this year.
    The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has contributed nearly $3 billion in the push to end polio.

    Adam Jeffery | CNBC


    Although Dr. Jonas Salk is credited with developing the first safe and effective oral polio vaccine in 1955, there were still about 350,000 cases of polio worldwide 30 years later. Since the World Health Assembly’s 1988 launch of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, the number of cases has been reduced by 99.9 percent, saving more than 13 million children from paralysis. Economic modeling has found that the eradication of polio would save at least $40 billion to $50 billion between 1988 and 2035, mostly in low-income countries.

    Bill Gates is hopeful the disease will become the second disease after smallpox to disappear for good. “Progress in fighting polio might be one of the world’s best-kept secrets in global health,” he acknowledged in the foundation’s 2017 annual letter. But soon, he hopes, it will be a secret no more.


    An Afghan health worker administers the polio vaccine to a child during a vaccination campaign in Kabul on February 28, 2017.

    Shan Marai | Getty Images


    What began 62 years ago in Dr. Salk’s University of Pittsburgh laboratory and later implemented by Bill Gates and others has been one of the great medical achievements of our time. Coincidentally, Jonas Salk and Bill Gates have something more in common: Both share the same birth date — October 28.

    Ray Sipherd

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