Manifestation Lessons from the Octave of Christmas

Happy New Year, everyone!

As we plunge headlong into 2017, about 31 of us got together on Google Hangouts and Facebook Live for our New Year’s Day service. Part of today’s talk was devoted to looking back at the last week’s lessons on manifestation.

December 26: Feast of St. Stephen – The strength of will and emotional detachment to persevere.

December 27: Feast of St. John – The ability to be in control and know oneself in control of the manifestation process.

December 28: Feast of the Holy Innocents – Be careful what you wish for, because your work’s side effects might cause some real damage.

I talked about all this in more detail in this morning’s message, alongside the process of manifestation beginning in our heads, manifesting little and growing larger, and the need for an ordered life in order to direct the manifestation.

God bless, and HAPPY NEW YEAR!


About Agostino

Originally from Queens, N.Y., and having grown up in Dayton, OH, Agostino Taumaturgo is a unique figure. He is the product of the unlikely combination of coming from a Traditional Roman Catholic background and a spirituality-friendly home. It was in this home that Agostino first learned the basics of meditation, prayer, and spiritual working. In time Agostino completed his theology studies and was ordained to the priesthood and was later consecrated a bishop. He has since left the Traditional movement and brings this knowledge to the “outside world” through his teaching and writing, discussing spiritual issues and practical matters through the lens of traditional Christian theology.
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