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The Enchanted Collection of Amy Zerner and Monte Farber
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Tuesday December 20, 2011


Amy and I wish everyone a peaceful Christmas filled with love for and from those you care about, remembrance of those who are no longer in their bodies, the eternal goodness inherent in the human soul and the sound of laughter.

There is more than enough sorrow in our lives so please savor and acknowledge the good times, the times without major loss, illness, accident, poverty or other sorrows. Buddhists know that the meditation on one's death is the surest way to bring one back to being present. I know that not everyone can handle that, so just be aware of what's good when it's good and don't just focus on what's bad. That's a really bad habit, worse for those around you than not bathing or brushing your teeth for a couple of weeks! I am compassionate in the extreme (I'm psychic, remember!) But I don't need to waste my time on this planet listening to someone who's addicted to complaining. I know we all have sorrows because I have them, too!

Christmas has not been the same for Amy and me since 1996 when the spirit of her mother, Jessie Spicer Zerner, left her body and went to the place that we will all go to one day. Jessie died right over there on the window seat in what is now my studio but what used to be her room in what used to be her home. We miss her every day, even though it was channeling her shortly after she passed - we missed her so that I had to at least give what I had studied since reading Seth Speaks in the early 1970's, that lead me to become psychic. I guess it's not surprising when you consider that I've studied it for as long as one used to do in the ancient mystery schools and in the same manner, i.e., not doing it for decades until I really understood what was going on.

Doing tarot and psychic readings and the counseling that inevitably accompanies it proves that we are all the same and we are all quite different. Not only does everyone have a story, everyone has a very interesting story!

I hope that you make yourself what I call a Christmas Presence - make your presence on earth one where everyone who gets to enjoy being with you leaves your presence the better for your encounter. If someone leaves your presence better in some way then before they came to be with you, then you have committed the most spiritual act that you can do. Make people laugh. We're all in this same Life-boat together and we all are going to know suffering and death, as well as joy. I'll do my best and I know you will, too. Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!!!!


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