Delia Yeager

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New Year ~ New You Workshop

Join us in Old Town, Alexandria this coming Sunday,  January 7, 2018 1:30 – 4:30 pm at Sacred Circle Bookstore call (703) 299- 9309 to reserve your spot; limit 10 people $45 if you register by Friday; $55 after that and at the door The New Year ~ New You Workshop is a fun-shop where everyone will get to participate in some guided energy work-out techniques, prompted journalling, to define and release or transform energies of 2017 and beyond to clear and create a vacancy for the new energies of your desire to come in and manifest in 2018.  This is…
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New Year’s Day GIFT OF HEALING for YOU!

It IS The New Year! I’m thrilled to gift you a group Healing Session today at 3:00 Eastern / 12:00 Pacific time. Click here to get the call in info and join us! This year, as I have been in my savoring the spirit of the season, I am aware of so many deep changes, and so much that I am so grateful for that’s happened in 2017.  Some of what I am most deeply grateful for is profoundly wonderful, but on the surface it looks like what’s usually called – bad On a personal note, this year my asthma,…
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Healing, Holiday Clearings, Liberation, Thrive in the New Year

You’ll Get the Memo Later

You can think your way out to some borderline That place of ideas or new perspectives But all the geniuses say New insights come when you least expect it.   In healing, it often happens that Things shift; you can feel the Energy move in your body but Wordlessly and then A flash of understanding comes to you While in the shower or When you least expect it.   It is easy to overlook the flash; To change the flash to Fit in with the Same-old-same-old framework But then you the major shift.   Instead, you can Allow the shift…
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Awaken NOW, changing normal, Clearing fear, Freedom, Healing

Clearing the Weight of Domination

I grew up surrounded by the mysticism of the Catholic church. The Church wasn’t so much a building that we went to as the very air we breathed. At nightly dinner, we said Grace before dinner, and the nightly prayers after dinner. Many of the parent’s friends were priests and nuns. We prayed the liturgy every Sunday for Advent, and Lent. Things I cannot even remember now, but the whole year was full of prayer of supplication and gratitude. The Church wasn’t a building we went to as much as the air we breathed. Later in life my father helped…
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changing normal, Clearing fear, Freedom