Over the past few weeks, I have been given the same message over and over again- Receive what you ask for.
We can invest so much energy and effort into trying to manifest, create, call in, seek out, grasp, and cling. So many of us are trying to figure out the tricks and shortcuts, calling on our logical minds to solve a problem that we cannot see. Our blind spots, the areas we are afraid to address, make it feel more complicated and out of reach.
My message today is to simplify it all. Instead of running in circles, take a moment to sit in stillness, quiet your mind, and ask:
What have I been seeking, that is actually before me? And what are my barriers to receiving?
We build walls to try to keep from feeling vulnerable. We hide away from life. We run away from what is approaching. And this is all that stops us from having more love, abundance, freedom, connection, and joy.
The poet Rumi stated, "Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within...
Hope is an interesting word. I think that for many of us, it brings a mix of perspectives and memories. People are afraid to hope, have felt let down by it, feel it is beyond grasp or understanding, or are simply unfamiliar with it.
I see hope as a very grounded experience of manifesting in alignment with our true selves, and making choices that create possibilities for what we deeply desire.
True hope is not false, airy-fairy, or ungrounded. It is something that can be made tangible and real, something you can invite into the physical, into your relationships, into your plans and creations.
We are approaching a New Moon in Taurus, a truly magical time to begin new projects, new relationships, new habits and ways of living. (Or simply revamp what you've got so that it works and feels fresh, healthy!)
And on Wednesday, we enter eclipse season, 6 weeks where the veils thin, where the immovable begins to soften, where stubbornness can surrender, and we can...