With Sarrah West
We'll be looking at the moment the sun returns to the exact degree each year when you were born and why this is valuable to understand the energies, both challenging and easier in the flow of the personal year. We'll explore the solar return of volunteers in attendance! This is a good class for beginners and intermediate astrology enthusiasts.
Attendees will receive discount for future readings.onesagesview.com
Love donation for attendance is given to The Divine Fellowship.
Bring your own Lunch January 6th @ The Divine Fellowship Church
Join us for some good company and conversation.
One dark morning early in December, I crept out of bed and slipped into a warm shower. Not yet very awake, I effortlessly slipped into an altered state and found myself still and impossibly silent. Not empty, I noticed, just incredibly silent.
All day, I considered that silence. Though I felt connected to and a part of the ‘dead of winter' outside my house, I did not feel separate, alone, lonely, or in any way disconnected from my life, my work, my friends, or my family. Still, silent, yet full. I was in total awe.
Then as if on ‘repeat’, I awoke on another morning to a very unexpected blanket of snow outside! More snow than I’ve seen in my seven years in the Tri-Cities. I ran out to my front porch and just gazed in amazement while at the same time I ‘felt’ the silence of it. It was deep, and it was restful. Although I had just awakened and crawled out of bed, I embraced the additional rest because it transcended my physical body.
I could feel it in my soul; like old man winter was pulling me in to a secret and forgotten place. The coolness. The calm. The gentleness. The quiet. The hush. The tranquility. The soothing quality of the stillness around me. As you read these words, is it sinking into you like I experienced it on that morning? How odd the word ‘silence’ evokes yet reveals nothing of this magical and mystical domain.
I’d never given silence much thought though I have embraced it, craved it, and welcomed it at times in my life. The dictionary defines silence as “complete absence” of sound. I read that and my gut said “nope”! And it dawned on me, silence is not an absence of anything. We all just need different “ears” to “hear” what is waiting in the silence to be discovered. Maybe it’s not a word or a concept but a feeling that needs to be assimilated, experienced, and embraced to fully recognize the hidden magic and power of it.
Meditators speak of the calm and balance they find in the silence of their meditations. Step outside at 3 a.m. and experience the dark as it settles on your senses. And think of all the ‘other worlds’ we at the Divine Fellowship visit every Sunday during the guided meditations. We close our eyes, shut out the ‘real’ world, and are led to babbling brooks, vast meadows, lush forests, and majestic mountains.
Psalms 46:10 beseeches us to “Be still, and know that I am God…” We can find God in the silence. What greater reason to seek out silence?
The winter months can be cold, messy, and inconvenient but they also offer us a respite and a recess from the activities and busyness that often consume our lives. This activity can be disruptive to our well-being if we are so busy that we don’t take time to rest. As trees, flowers, and shrubs wait patiently in the silence below the frozen ground to work their way up and out to bloom, renewed in the spring, our own winter respite offers the same promise of personal renewal.
Consider making that journey within to experience the recharging and regeneration that an interlude with the silence promises.
Marvel at the magic contained within it.
Soak your soul in the stillness.
Have a cup of tea with the tranquility.
House the hush for an hour here or there.
Wonder at the wonder.
BE the silence.
Resist the temptation to wax unhappy about the cold weather, the snow, and bad drivers, and consider instead the gifts waiting in the silence to be discerned and explored. Feel the complete fullness of the silence.
Visit the other worlds concealed there, and be in awe.
by Ginny Jenkins
Recently, I had a lengthy vision. It lasted almost 2 hours. I had been sound asleep and was awakened at 11:20 by . . . well, whatever. This vision played out in my head and was narrated by Spirit. The voice was calming and yet powerful - sweet and yet curious. When I looked at the clock again, it was 1:15. Of course, I was so excited by the vision that I thought I'd never get back to sleep - Spirit took care of that, too and I was back to sleep in moments.
I shared this visionary experience with The Divine Fellowship and will share the video here. What I want you to know is that this visionary journey may be really powerful for you. This time of year, we get caught up in hustle and bustle of the season. The weather can be unpredictable at best and down right nasty at worst. It's easy to view things from a negative perspective . . . things we could have done, should have done, liked to do but cannot do at this time, what we hoped from others that didn't happen, and when what we experienced didn't line up with our hopes. All of these things can weigh upon our hearts.
I hope you take a few minutes and take in the video. The first part of the video is our regular church silliness/jokes and laughter. When we take the time to laugh, we reset our energy fields and recenter into our heartspace. Laughter takes us there, so I hope you take a few moments to enjoy that as well.
As you follow the Visionary Journey of A Droplet, I hope you allow yourself to feel the journey. Allow yourself to feel the presence of Spirit here. You may notice that when I'm sharing the vision, my progression of thought and choice of words come easily. When I'm just talking, I stumble for words. Spirit is here in this journey.
May this bless you as much as it blessed me.
After you finish this video, you may wish to visit the Divine Fellowship YouTube page and take the guided meditation "To the Grotto" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rve2n6o1xkQ
In this fun and interactive class you will be guided through a process used by ancient mystics and shaman. Gain “crystal insight” into a personal challenge or goal. Suggested donation $30 includes crystals.
With Beth Clark
Looking for an "unusual" gift? You might find it at
The Divine Fellowship Gift Fair!
Saturday, December 3rd from 10 - 4
The Divine Fellowship,
513 Barth, Richland, WA
Here you'll find not only gift items like Jewelry and Angel Wreaths you'll also be able to have Intuitive Readings along with items from our bake sale - including Gluten Free goodies!
Here is a list of our vendors!
Valerie Schmitt - Aura Imaging
Maryann McDonald - Living Well Coaching
Lynn Spicer - Essential Oils
Presilla Cantu - Jewelry and Stones
Tracy Seegrist - Scrapbooks and Tarot Journals
Rhonda Wick - Homemade Jewelry and Crafts
Cindy Mckay - Christmas Angel Wreaths
Jocey Hallman - Biomat Healing Sessions and more!
Jamilah Valentin - Pendulums, Tarot Cards, and Incense
Sarah West - Astrology readings
Denise Spaman - Gemstone/Crystal Jewelry
Under the Sun-Soaps - Lotions and Body Scrubs
Sam Schmitt - 3D Virtual Reality Energy Readings
And don't forget our BAKE SALE!!!
Come to shop, stay to play! See you Saturday! 10 am - 4 pm