I have experienced some major healing this week, like a Viking sword has been removed from my spine and all the bone shards are starting to go back into place and heal. A huge energetic wound is on the mend. It started with an invitation from a woman who I know but who I didn’t … Continue reading Energy Work
I’m not anti-vaccine but like antibiotics I think we should reserve their use to very limited situations - where they are really needed. And here we are in one of those really limited situations with a global pandemic and a deadly pathogen that may have lasting effects. This is the one time that I think we should all consider a vaccine. I might also consider a vaccine if I was traveling to a country where it was recommended for a very specific risk.
The moon in this way, with its magnetic quality and its arrows is the compass of our lives. Learning to read it is helpful. It’s a multi- tool in our tool box that we need. A reflector of light, a magnet for a mate, and a compass showing us the direction in the night. Without it we would be lost, ungrounded. Like a balancing pendulum keeping our core from going too far in any one direction- it is the weight that pulls us back to center. The moon.
There is a deep shift being asked of each of us. We chose to be born at this time. Our souls are ready even if we are not conscious of it. We have the tools. We cannot do what we have always done. We must walk into the discomfort. We must be brave...
It’s a force of nature. An undeniable and ever present law that cannot be manipulated. If you let go the Apple it falls to the ground. You can only choose not to let go. You cannot choose for it to float away. It’s a law of nature. Reliable. Consistent. Karma is like this. You can control...
When I put someones birth day, time and place into the software that calculates their birthchart what comes out is a map of the sky with the sun, moon, planets and lesser heavinly bodies all mapped out from a center point.
Our beloved dog died this week at the old age of 14 1/2 (101 in dog years). It's not our first pet to die but it was a profound loss. Coco was a sweet, sweet puppy and she had earned her place as a respected elder member of our family. We knew Coco was winding … Continue reading Dog Heaven