One of the activities in this month’s Empowering Astrology collaborative self-development astrology worksheet, while the sun is still in Pisces is to pay attention to your dreams as they are information from Source… And last night I dreamt (yet again) I was in finals for several classes and a couple I hadn’t attended all semester. This time it was different, though, because one of the classes I was able to nail with a presentation from my real world life as a body liberation activist and another I was able to let it go and decide to deal with an incomplete (which I never ever did in college or law school). Maybe the message is that I’m on the right track, with letting some things go and I need to trust myself more?
When shit feels like it’s hitting the fan, I like to know if things are going on astrologically that are informing it. Sometimes it feels like such a relief to know I’m not alone and that there are others being hit in their deepest places. I’m certainly not the only person in my life who is having to deal with some super deep, core stuff right now. My partnership with Katie Sweetman of Empowering Astrology continues this month. We’ve put together a road map of this month’s doozy of astrological wallops… Katie says this month is all about self care and she’s right. We need to get centered and focused on ourselves in order to get through all of the things the stars have in store for us, leading up to the Cardinal Grand Cross in April. Click here to read the whole article!
The “Reflection” series of older people looking at their younger selves in mirrors.
Missing my persian cats and making up for it by checking out other folks’.
Cordelia has discovered selfies.
"I think what surprised me at first was the way in which some deep themes, like scarcity, or putting others’ needs first until I blew my lid, we’re not isolated to say, finances or romantic relationships. They were deep and everywhere. I had to show up for myself in a new and major way. And it was scary. I was also surprised that eventually, I was happier. Again that was some "west coast woo" stuff that I was sure my Protestant Midwest working class cultural pride had no time for-that happiness linked to healthiness. But it was and is true. The happier I am the way healthier I am. Not that I don’t get sick anymore or don’t have MS. I do. But I thrive and shine much brighter in the times between flare ups. "