Energy Musings. Here. Now.
Today: Intuitive Astrology
It’s the New Moon/Lunar New Year’s eve, and from every direction fathomable we are being called to integrate the knowledge and understanding we have within us. Shifting from a place of : “I Know” to: “I am”. This requires integrating what you already know into true awareness and living it in every moment. And being honest about this: knowing WHAT you know or don’t know.
This level of shift is not about acquiring anything new, per se, but rather choosing consciously to live and breathe and create from a place of your personal understanding. Sometimes, as we look to acquire “new” skills, tools, services, outlets, options…. we are missing what we already have. This new moon with its partial solar eclipse alignment asks us to look deeply at what we already have, to accept it with open arms, to live it with the fullness of our beings and to stop searching for “whats next? whats new?” Let go of thinking you need more. You already have all that you need.
Imagine yourself in a mirrored room. Above, behind, below and all around you are mirrors. What do these reflections show you? What do you see? Don’t look just in front of you, notice everything. See the richness and wholeness of your being. As you come into a place of deep noticing, you’ll come in to clarity. This clarity is vital as we shift into this Lunar New Year. Where you ground yourself now will have rippling effects for a long time.
What methods or tools work best for you to gain clarity? Perhaps you will write down this experience, your reflections, your noticing? Perhaps you will paint or draw them? Perhaps you will dance them? A creative outlet can help you make sense of it all as you move into full body wisdom rather than isolated analytical understanding.
Then take a deep breath in, feel the lungs expand you and your body stretch in response, and step in to the creation of your life as it is simply waiting for you……
Word of the Day: Losar. Losar means New Year (lo – year, sar – new) in Tibetan. It is the most important festival in the Tibetan calendar. The origins of Losar can be traced back to pre-Buddhist period and the Bon religion and was most likely celebrated to mark the winter solstice. To mark the beginning of the end of Winter, festivities included offering large quantities of incense to the local spirits and deities. On Tibetan New Year’s Eve, the monks do a protector deities’ puja (ceremony) to drive out evil spirits. and begin preparations for the Losar celebrations.On the first day of the new year, people rise early and place water and offerings on their household altars to ensure a good harvest.
Song of the Day: Just do You by Indie Arie