“Communicate through your heart”

“Communication is a major issue of your time. In the whole history of mankind it has never been so easy to communicate with so many people (at the same time) over long distances. The focus is mainly on the exchange of knowledge and experiences. And this is good because education and knowledge can change the world in a positive way. However, I would like to remind you to include your heart in communication. Words and messages carry vibrations and energies. Before expressing the same sentence, you can create it in your mind, or you can include your heart. What a difference! Communication with your heart requires mutual respect and esteem. Therefore, I want to remind you to step out of your judgements. Whoever calls themselves spiritual should stop commenting on other people’s thoughts and deeds, and should dispense with gossip. I particularly want to point this out to therapists and other professional tutors. Because HOW – I wonder – would you like to support people to enter their process of self-healing, if you accompany them without love from the heart? You will find the answer yourself…”

Mary Magdalene ©transmitted through Ingrid Auer, 2014

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In the Footsteps of Mary Magdalene: Sts. Maries-de-la-Mer – Les Baux – St. Rémy-de-Provence

“Like the sparrows on the roof… today we enjoyed the magnificent view that the church of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer offers of the surrounding scenery. Legend has it that around 2000 years ago, Mary Magdalene, Mary Jacobe and Mary Salome, together with Sara-la-Kali, landed in this place – a small village in Carmague – by boat after they were abandoned in Palaestina. This is a nice story that we don’t quite believe, because the group most likely landed in the harbor. The church itself is a memorial place for these four women whose energies can still be felt today.

On our way back to the hotel in St. Rémy-de-Provence we stopped in a small medieval town named Les Baux, which is situated high up on a rock formation. The view over the Provencial wine region is especially picturesque and made up for the fact that, due to technical reasons, we could not visit the Carrierres des Lumieres („Quarry of light“). If we do get to it tomorrow, I will certainly talk about it.

Before we’ll have dinner, we will get together for a meditation and channeling evening in order to process today’s impressions, exchange our thoughts and experiences and to listen to the messages of Mary Magdalene and her companions. We’re looking forward to a delicious dinner from the hotel’s excellent kitchen.”

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In the Footsteps of Mary Magdalene: Marseille – Aix-en-Provence – St. Remy-de-Provence

“Today’s trip was under the special guidance of Mary Magdalene and Lazarus, the first bishop of Marseille. Therefore, a visit to the crypt of Saint Victor, a place where Lazarus is being commemorated, was one of our main priorities. As we climbed down the stairs tot he crypt, where the first Christians of the Provence were baptized, we felt deeply connected with Mary Magdalene, her companions and everyone who lost his/her life for their belief. The crypt houses an impressive stone relief of Mary Magdalene and Lazarus, as well as a statue of the Black Madonna, which is being carried through the city during the annual procession. This statue symbolizes the „Mary, who came from the sea and who brought the gospel with her.“ We obviously knew which Mary it referred to. Afterwards, we had to hike up the steep hill to the basilica „Notre Dame de la Gare“, because our bus driver claimed that he couldn’t drive up the hill with the bus due to the narrow streets. The impressive square around the basilica offered a wonderful view of the city and the offshore islands. The interior of the church is decorated in the byzantine style with beautiful gold colored mosaics. On our way back to the bus we were surprised by an intensive thunderstorm and some of us got soaked. However, the storm could not diminish our good mood.

In Aix-en-Provence we got lucky with the weather and visited the Holy Spirit church as the sun was shining. The church windows display Mary and Mary Magdalene surrounded by the apostles. We also went to see the cathedrale Saint Sauveur, which houses a baptismal font from the times of Mary Magdalene’s immediate anchestors. Her companion Maximinus was actually the first bishop of this city.

In St. Remy-de-Provence we settled in a gorgeous hotel for two nights. The hotel’s winter garden was transformed into our meditation room, where we gathered before the delicious dinner. Before we started with the meditation and the live messages of MaryMagdalene, Lazarus, Salome, Mary and the „Angel for Effortlessness and Joy“, the participants discussed their personal experiences of the day. We look forward to tomorrow when we will tour Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.”

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In the Footsteps of Mary Magdalene: Meet & Greet… The Journey Begins

“This spiritual journey in the footsteps of Mary Magdalene is for me, personally, a journey with dear friends. Thus, I prepared every detail of this journey with love. Each of the participants, upon arriving at the hotel, received a welcome note, the new Mary Magdalene symbol cards, as well as a journey-symbol, specially made for this trip.

Because we’ll be staying at different hotels throughout our trip, we will encounter suitable seminar rooms to a greater or lesser extent. Therefore, we took our basic equipment for our daily evening meditations with us, for example the hand-crafted original symbols of Mary Magdalene and her companions, as well as the angel and Master Aura Essences.

Last evening, Conny Wolf perfectly described our week together: „This spiritual journey is comparable with our life journey. Unforseeable things will happen, we will adjust ourselves to new and unplanned situations and we can look forward to all the things we will discover within and around us.“

This evening, the travel group met in the seminar room of the Best Western Airport Hotel to meet one another and complete an evening meditation. After everyone introduced themselves, I forwarded messages by Mary Magdalene, Simon Petrus, Anne and Sarah Tamar via a live channeling. The energy of the ascended masters was within our grasp. We are excited to see what the upcoming week is going to bring.”

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In the Footsteps of Mary Magdalene: Our team is complete

Thankfully, Gerd and I checked the hotels personally one more time before the journey started – otherwise we would have experienced some unwelcomed surprises in regards to the seminar rooms and the food. The pictures show the little provencal town Lourmarin where we will be staying overnight next Thursday. (Check my Facebook page for more photos). Today in the afternoon, Lutz Mueck and his wife Conny Wolf arrived from Austria at our hotel in Marseille. Lutz will help Gerd and I with the organization and execution of the trip. He is also responsible for the energetic support of the participants, because we will definitely dive into old and sometimes intense energies (e.g. the crypt of St. Victor in Marseille, where the first Christians were baptized…). Certainly, some participants will feel those energies and strong emotions will come to the surface. As an experienced energy practitioner and seminar attendant, Lutz will make sure that all the participants will safely work through their individual processes.

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In the Footsteps of Mary Magdalene: Gordes – Mon Amour!

“The gorgeous little town of Gordes is not directly connected to Mary Magdalene, but everytime I drive up the hill to the town, I feel like I’m coming home. I feel emotionally connected to this place. I already celebrated christmas and Easter here and saw the cherry blossoms and lavender blossoms bloom. Those of you who are familiar with the movie „Chocolate“ can probably imagine quite vividly the charm of this little town in the South of France.

Therefore, our spiritual journey through Provence will take us to Gordes next week. The Mary Magdalene seminar will take place in one of the most beautiful hotels in the town so that the participants will be able to enjoy the great atmosphere.

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In the Footsteps of Mary Magdalene: Jesus was married

While we are running through the last preparations for our spiritual journey here in the Provence, I’m finding some time here and there to read books about Marie Magdalene. The following passage is a must read:

„The belief that Jesus was married and had heirs has its origin in Provence. The inhabitants believed that Marie Magdalene, along with her brother, her sister and her closest friends lived in their homeland and were buried there. The legends and names of places in Provence confirm that belief, as well as the secret family trees of its aristocratic families.“

In the dead sea scrolls (Qumram) it states that Marie Magdalene and Jesus were married and had children together. Those writings are not acknowledged by the church.

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