The veil between our world on this Earth plane and the world of Spirit has been thinning since the beginning of fall. This week, a special Blue Moon will open a portal for us to connect more tangibly from this side, to loved ones passed as we celebrate the dead.
Over the past couple of weeks – really since the start of October – many of my clients, family and friends have experienced sweeping change. Loss, endings, unexpected transitions and etc. have filled the month. It’s been a whirlwind of activity as we enter week three.
I’m not sure if you felt it, but something shifted during the Aries Full Moon that peaked on October 1st. The energy release was palpable, so much so that things are beginning to fall together.
The month of October begins with a Full Moon in Aries, and ends with a Full Moon in Taurus. What does this mean?
“You know you live in a sick society when the only way to heal yourself is to unlearn what it taught you.” Ashley C. Ford
The human spirit is truly impenetrable. 2020 has been unrelenting; we as nations, communities and individuals have had no choice but to find a way to cope with it all. And yet blow after blow – death after death – we’re still here.
When I asked my client how she was doing, she responded that, while she felt bad about it, she was doing really well. In fact, I believe the exact word she used was “thriving” – she had been thriving in the midst of so much loss in our world.
The Moon grows full on Wednesday, September 2nd, a lunation that falls in the sign of Pisces, a sign known to transcend all things with compassion, tolerance, understanding and unconditional love.
Last week was rough. It was so bad that I told my family and friends I was protesting God. I paused on all of my regular rituals that usually keep me afloat. I had no more fucks to give.
La Luna is dark this week as a New Moon rises in the sign of Leo on Tuesday, August 18th. This is a powerful event that has the capacity to reveal so much about who we are, what makes us special and unique. This is the week to allow yourself to be seen.
A client of mine shared the story of a young boy she was teaching to swim. The boy was afraid; even as she held and reassured him, she could feel his body go stiff in the water. As she reflected on his experience, she understood for herself what it felt like to be paralyzed by fear. How uncertainty – that which we cannot control – often grips and keeps us unable to float.