Dec 21, 2022
Whenever the sun reaches the 0 degree point of a cardinal sign, we can cast a chart for that moment, and based on analysis of symbols and their relationships to other symbols (it’s confusing) we can get clues about the collective energies at play over the next 3 months.
I like to think of the potential outcomes not as harbingers of fear but as seeds of insight into how to work with the upcoming energies. It’s empowering. What you don’t know can sometimes work you over. At the same time, if you try to micromanage energy, that can work you over, too.
It’s the way trying to will something you want into being can bypass the work of aligning with the frequency of love, which ends up delivering what you really need. So busy trying to get that 5 star trip, you miss out on what you actually need to feel fulfilled and live out your purpose. It’s tricky. And can get us into a pickle (what does that even mean? Whatever.)
Considering future energetic shifts is empowering because when you understand the potentialities, you don’t pathologize yourself or situations when you’re struggling with the ensuing alterations to your life. If you feel like you’re getting walloped by a big change and know there are certain energies at play requiring some sort of shift in that area, you realize, “Hey – I don’t have to blame or doubt my worth or value – i can move with the flow of change, even if it feels a bit choppy and dodgy at the moment…”
It’s about not resisting life. We want to keep the story moving. Always. This is the goal. And the story I see unfolding over the next 3 months says this:
I see us getting assistance developing a spiritual relationship that serves us long-haul, providing the shelter we’ve been craving and need. Understanding that there’s more to existence than “this” – all the noise in the world and “news” – can also help us de-clutter the area of life where we need to let go.
Spiritualizing the ending process, particularly relationships that may not have been built with long term materials (this can be with people and/or things we have idealized) is a focus.
With this ending comes unconscious reactions to the intense emotions surfacing.
We have to be aware of judgement. We may want to rely on it because it’s easier to focus on than admitting we are devastatingly sad, and have been for a very long time – since childhood.
But judgement is a leech. It’s affecting women’s thyroids. It’s affecting our hair (hair loss is related to a separation conflict. Society being divided due to fear propaganda for 3 years straight, activating earlier life separation conflicts is a strong contender. Solution: go inward. Feel through the sadness. Research embodiment practices.)
You can (and do in other realities) exist with this intensity of feeling without feeding entities/energies that love it when you focus on blame & judgement of the people someone else told you to blame & judge.
We were all coerced into blaming each other. We don’t have to keep doing it.
It takes up so much energy to blame. I’d rather we both read a book about other realms. Still, it’s hard. We’ve been trained to blame – talk about an idealized relationship that is anything but ideal. So we will get some energy coming up (right now? Can you feel it?) that may help us (free will universe – ie you have choice) to look at that what’s been going on and consider,
Is this blame practical? Is it serving me, day to day? Will it help me long term?
What WILL help me long term? What do I really need, long term? How do I develop it and foster it?
What might I want to seek – what kind of journey might I want to take, that reaches beyond the confines of searching for someone to be at fault for these really big feelings I’m feeling?
It’s never too late to do what you love.
Authors note: Everyone is going through similar stores – just different details. It’s not about blame, of self or others. It’s about locating the goodness in whoever or whatever it is you want to blame. And witnessing how that difficult but possible shift of thinking transforms everything. But you have to be honest with yourself – abut your contribution to the story.
So the trajectory is altered through the ending process (endings are teachers). And we have to get real about the practical nature of relationships, love and money.
It’s not practical to hate when you find out the truth about something, someone, or yourself – the things you idealize and formed a structure in your mind around.
There is value in how the truth grounds your mind and helps you breathe. It’s something to be grateful for.
Think about it – it’s stressful to sense something yet be unsure for such a long time. And there is immense relief in finding out the truth (which is informed by more than your ideals.)
It’s nerve-wracking to just keep wondering. So be grateful when you get access to Truth. For how it lights your inner fire. Supports your vitality.
The truth is not everywhere. It’s often hidden. So if you’ve gotten a nugget of it, covet it. Even if it’s harsh and disrupts your life for a bit. It’s meant to be disrupted.
Practical suggestions (day to day alterations)
You might need a new social media account. A different platform. Systems of authority are not going to back down, and might just keep pinching & squeezing the people who use their services. Plus, you might want to stop feeding certain companies. Better to leave the ship before it sinks. Start new somewhere else. Something more in alignment with individual creative expression. Not a succubus.
Whatever account you do start (maybe you start learning how to build your own WordPress site because it can’t be taken from you – reach out if you want some simple guidance on this). it’s got to be built on optimism and practicality. It’s gotta be informed by your need to creatively express, with purpose. Not just for attention. A tangible end result – not just for fleeting likes. The drive you’re getting access to needs to be tethered to long term effort and work.
Whatever you’re building might seem daunting, given how enmeshed our psyches are with “buy with one click” programming. But if you can align the force of energy behind “must have/do it now” with the power of realizing whatever you commit to long term will have an Ayurvedic brick foundation, it’ll last for hundreds of years.
Sure, there’s a fire under your arse. And you can direct the heat at someone else. But if you get serious about figuring out your central purpose at this time – that it’s not just about the want for attention and power and immediate gratification, but practical use of creative impulses – well, it’ll look good on you, long term.
It’s work. If you do this work, you’ll free yourself. You won’t need to demand that others give you freedom. You’ll be too busy accessing the juice that already lives within you. What you do day to day determines the actualization of your creative potential, out in the world.
All you need to do is put the work in.