Over the past few weeks, I have had the most interesting dreams! Most of them have included places and people from my childhood and early adult years, with repeating themes and outcomes. It has been fascinating to witness how my subconscious mind is playing out what it feels is unresolved.
Pisces energy is often very dreamy, watery, illusory, and deep. And as you know, the deeper you go in a body of water, the darker it gets, the more pressure you feel. So when we dream, this is often a time for our mind to go fishing into the depths, to see what needs attention, understanding, or healing.
The image that I get whenever I meditate on these issues is an untangling. We know that when we pull cord or string that is tangled, we usually make it worse. If we try to untangle it too fast, without assessing, we just add to the mess.
So what I have been doing is allowing my mind and my energy to float in the watery energy and to untangle itself...
Today marks the end of a year, tomorrow we move into another...
While having a clear focus on what you want to do and where you want to go is important, the real first step is to surrender the obstacles that impede flow into the new.
Today, spend some time in meditation, reflect on the past year, and identify what you are willing to burn, purge, to liberate from your energy
* What am I willing to surrender within my mind?: identities, roles, obligations, conversations, beliefs, projections
* What am I willing to surrender within my heart?: heartache, suffering, barriers, anger, fear, sorrow
* What am I willing to surrender in my surroundings?: clutter, superstition, the 'old me', obligation, the past
* What am I willing to surrender in my body?: pain, illness, disorder, control, weakness
* What am I willing to surrender in my relationships?: fear, projection, conflict, untruth, disappointment, fear
* What else am I willing to surrender...
We have entered March, but are not quite yet marching ahead (that comes towards the end of the month)!
Here, in the final sign of the zodiac, the last of winter, we enter the end. And the endings are up to you.
I see this time of year as a period between, not quite a rebirth, but a dying of sorts. Death often evokes fear of loss, a degree of grief, as we release what is known. But these periods of death invite powerful liberation, an opportunity to shed the old, to become more free. We often strive for the new beginning, a new way to feel or live, but until we allow the old to die away, we are unable to fully embody the light and lightness or the dawn.
Allow yourself to take some time to immerse yourself in the waters that will wash away what no longer thrives. Swim deep into yourself, into your dreams, your intuition, the aspects of you that fully understand your capacity to relinquish what has held you. This requires courage, a...
There are periods of life that seem to flip us, our mindsets and trajectories. We feel ungrounded and unbridled, our common ways of moving no longer support us or facilitate momentum in ways they have before. These times are our best indication of change coming, an evolution of spirit and being.
Our human forms and patterns are part of an illusion that we are fixed or constant. We believe that we are these tangible, sensible beings, and that life is the same. Our skin, scars, physicalness is witnessed every day, the same thoughts and beliefs are present, our surroundings consistently reinforcing the feeling that we remain constant, fixed. Often times our perceived changes occur on a more subtle level, taking time, energy, space to occur. But internally, we are constantly changing. Our cells divide, work, die. We breathe, moving air within. Our heart pumps, moving blood through the body. Our nervous systems send...