The Monthly Forecast: A Shamanic Outlook Providing a practical alternative to traditional horoscopes
Our Monthly Forecast is a spiritually oriented blend of our own unique insights including shamanism and indigenous traditions, the PersonEssence System of understanding personality dynamics, and a bit of traditional horoscope astrology. The Forecast offers recommendations and suggestions for navigating the challenges and making the most of the opportunities. This shamanic outlook has been reported to be accurate, practical and extremely helpful in supporting a spiritual path.
We have entered a new year and a new decade with new energies and a different signature than the cycles of the past. This one brings despair and hope at the same time and we have our work cut out for us, “work” being the operative word. Those not willing to work hard this year will certainly be in the camp of despair more than those that do.
Even though most of the year will be more intellectual and less emotional, it is not a time for endless discussion and debate but more for action, choice and change.
The main theme for December is “GET PREPARED, BE PREPARED”
How prepared are you for the future? Do you know who you are, what you want, what you have, where you are going and who with?
If you are traveling to a new place for a new adventure, you have one suitcase to pack. What will you pack? What do you truly need?
Think of moving into the future as preparing for an adventure into a new landscape. This new landscape is mostly an inner one at first that will end up shifting and recreating the outer one as we out-picture our lives from a new perspective, set of values and creative inspirations.
Following on the heels of October’s theme of “Rewriting the Story”, “Proactive Change” supports the action step important for any intention, desire, or dream. Although there is still plenty of emotional work to do this month, the focus is on how we can show up from a place of inner choice that is ours alone and free of outside influences, pressures and imprinting. If you don’t feel quite done with “rewriting your story” it is because you are still in process with it and this is the next chapter.