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In ancient times people feared comets and eclipses because they always arrived prior to massive changes that too often were associated with catastrophe and disaster. Wars, plagues, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, droughts, famines, fires, and floods have often been the kinds of events that historically produced changes of the greatest kinds…
The Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse is Friday, February 10 at 5:32 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
The time around this full moon is very potent as it supports innovation, eccentricity and thinking outside the box. Think about how you can be expansive in your dreaming, changing and choosing. Eclipses always intensify any experience as well as support change, so look for some intensity during this time and turn that experience into something positive for yourself. We suggest that you are careful who you spend time with around these eclipses as you can be influenced by negative energy as well as positive inspiration.
Dear Friends, In times like these a shamanic healing can be very helpful. Not only can it clear away energy that does not belong to you, but it can also move your own patterns in a way that allows for new movement in your life. It can balance emotions and…
This is the month of accepting change, allowing change, promoting change, choosing change and being the change.
Change brings out the need for security. It also brings out the obstacle of Stubbornness as a reaction. Change removes the usual points of reference. Change is scary. Change harbors the unknown. Change is exciting, unpredictable and dynamic. Change is chaotic, and can include destruction and confusion. Change is inevitable and a crucial part of evolution.
New Moon is Friday, January 27 at 5:07 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
A good time to revisit and refine some of what you have been persisting with to see if it needs more or less flexibility. What has been unexpected? What has been a surprise? Where have you been resistant? Where have you been stubborn? What do you need to let go of? How can you better support what is important to you?
Now we come to the most important information of all about how we should view Donald Trump, his henchmen, and anyone we might see as behaving in a way we do not agree with. First let us talk about the giant dilemma we face. We know now that this universe…
Full Moon is Thursday, January 12 at 4:34 AM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
We recognize that home is important, security is important, creativity is important and community is important. We are yearning for something outrageous and wonderful and magical and eccentric to happen in our lives, something to lift us up and inspire us to be better, to take the next step and to leave anything of a lower frequency behind. Spend a little time contemplating magic and your ability to create miracles.
The main theme for January is “FLEXIBLE PERSISTENCE”
We have some interesting traits to work with in 2017, one being the mode of Perseverance/Aggression, and another, the theme of Flexibility. We have the challenge of Stubbornness, and the potential chaos of the obsessive, overactive mind as we move into a more intellectually centered time. This configuration gives us a tremendous opportunity this month to learn how to use what is available in a positive and constructive way
New Moon is Wednesday, December 28 at 11:53 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).
This is a great day to bring in new expanded ideas about how you can improve your life. Remember to include kindness in all of your interactions with others not only on this day but throughout the whole month.
This is the fourth of five specially related articles covering the elections. As events unfold there may be an additional article when it seems appropriate to comment in the coming year. Because I am addressing Trump’s appointees, this article is rather long at eight pages. My apologies. By this time…