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Letter From The Publisher – December 2016


Welcome to the December issue of Conscious Community! It feels wonderful to be a part of this community. The most rewarding and inspiring part of this community are the people whose hearts and minds were touched by this magazine, and their lives changed forever. They got inspired to change, and they inspired other people around them as well. If this magazine changed or inspired you in any way, I would like to hear from you. You can send an email to:

The recent presidential election made some people very happy, and many people furious, scared, and feeling unsafe. For those who feel fear, and need some support, Conscious Community offers you some articles that will help you look at things from a higher perspective. As Albert Einstein said, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”

First, I want to introduce Angel Carlton who used to write for Conscious Community (and The Monthly Aspectarian), and she is back with a new column called “Embracing Change.” Her article will challenge you to pick love over fear: “Will you choose to complain and feed the negativity, or will you consciously raise awareness by observing without judgment, understanding the process of change, and nurturing the fears in others who are too scared to see the light through the darkness?”

Recently, I found a card on my car window saying: “Something wonderful is happening for you right now. From the Universe.” Wonderful things are happening for every one of you right now!

Mary Montgomery in her article “Five Steps to Upgrade Your Attitude” will give you some great suggestions on how to uplift your spirit, and be the bright light that shines on every person you meet on your way. “Smile and the world smiles with you.”

When I look back on my life, and I am only 33 years old, things that challenged me the most gave me the most joy, happiness, and transformation! I am very grateful for them. More about transformational journey in Lori Daniel Falk’s article called “Your Greatest Gift Comes from Your Deepest Wound.”

Finally, I want to wish you healthy, happy, harmonious holidays and Happy New Year!

The Best,
Kasia Szumal

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