I wrote, in my last article, about the powerful Eclipse which occurred at the New Moon last week, just as Mercury turned retrograde, and about how it would impact you and the world.
I noticed the changes immediately – in my sleep patterns, in strong dreams, in old memories re-surfacing, and a nostalgia for an era that has been the backdrop of my life and that is disappearing and that I need to release, with gratitude for all that it has brought me. There is anticipation too, tinged with uncertainty for what the new times will bring, in the knowledge that they are what I have waited for forever: will I be disappointed? Am I ready? Are you ready?
I know the answers are No, Yes, Yes, for the transition cannot occur until everything and everyone is in place. I know, too, that we are past the point of no return, and that it is as if we are in small, strong boats bobbing about in rough waters that will propel us over a massive waterfall in order to reach calm seas and a new land. Just as we need to prepare for that perilous, imaginary journey, so too do we need to prepare ourselves practically for the changes that are coming.
In this context, it is important to recognise the truth that anything can happen, but not to worry about it; to continue with life as usual but to notice what is happening around you – don’t be blinkered; as you mentally accept that we are entering a period of not knowing, have confidence in yourself and in Spirit in what is to come; and make sure you are living where you want to be. You need a sturdy boat to cross the rapids, so do what you can to ensure your body is strong and that what you eat serves it. Get your finances in order.
There is time for you to put in place what is needed to ensure the journey to come is as comfortable as it can be – and it does not have to be hard! Those people who try to turn their boat back, who are frightened, who are emotionally unprepared or physically depleted out of laziness, will face challenges, while those who travel in a spirit of eagerness and trust will find opportunity, and they will flourish. Let that be you – if that is what you choose.
It helps to remember that you do not travel alone, and that every person in your convoy shares your purpose. Your purpose is, of course, to establish a new heaven on Earth, in the name of love.
(Image by Gerhard Rießbeck)