As we edge everything closer to 2020, I find myself thinking “ 2020 vision” and what that might mean in this coming new decade. 2020 vision implies that one can see clearly up close and far away. There is an ominous feel to this upcoming decade, with climate concerns front and center along with political unrest. There is also an enormous amount of hope and anticipation, a heartfelt desire to “make things right”.   Personally, I rather like the idea of “2020 vision” as a guide for the new year. It reminds us to stay in the Observer’s Perch, watching all that transpires from our heart.
(I regularly have an idea of what I want a column to be, but as so often happens, I am “interrupted” by those who speak through me. And so they tell me:)
Fasten your seatbelts. The ride will bumpy, exhilarating, scary and magical. For those with eyes to see, miracles abound. Relax your hands and let your hold on everything release. Leap into this year with abandonment and joy.
This is your destiny, you who incarnate in this “here and now”. Light your torch and hold it high, for Light must lead the way. Forget the role you play in this lifetime and view the world around you as a holy entity. Greet others as Soul and not personalities, greet them as sisters and brothers, for you are here together to usher in the New World. All masks will fall away, leaving bare the heart. Integrity must be embraced, for lies and falsity will be exposed and washed away.
May joy fill your hearts and love surround you and keep you. May fear depart, leaving room only for Love. May your hands reach out to others and may they in turn touch you. May Love fill your hearts to such a degree that you have no choice but to share it. May you walk in the Light and bring your Light into every part of your life and that of those around you. May you be the One Love.
Happy New Year to all of you. Keep your 2020 vision handy and your hearts open. Hand in hand, we enter this Gateway.

***This guidance column was written by Jan Finley for TheCosmicPath.com. It may be shared freely, but only when the author’s name and website are included.

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