The Week That Was: Energies a go-go!

What a week that was! Between multiple strong solar flares, a super new moon, solar eclipse and Equinox, it feels like we haven't been able to catch our breath.

You may have felt like more things than usual were jam-packed into your schedule this past week, meanwhile the clock was accelerated making it feel like we were running on the go constantly! That said, I noticed that anytime I thought "Actually, I don't want to rush. I'm really enjoying what I'm doing right now" it is as if time slowed down and expanded a bit allowing a much more comfortable and joyful experience.

The energies are fast right now, there is no doubt about it. Yet I'm being shown that scene from the movie Lucy, where she is standing in the middle of Times Square. Everyone is rushing around, but with a wave of the hand she can slow the scene down. If only it were that easy, but we definitely have the ability to feel something similar to this. When we take a moment to stop and breathe, it is like we press pause on all of our hectic to do lists and errands, and step out of time for a minute.


Scene from 'Lucy'

That may mean literally taking a minute, in between being ready to rush out the door, and stepping outside your door just stop, take a minute, or even 30 seconds. Close your eyes. Breathe. That 30 seconds or a minute can be just as effective as a long meditation because time doesn't really exist. It can make the difference between feeling pushed and stretched all day, to feeling a bit calmer, less anxious, more centred and clearer to take on the day.

It is becoming increasingly important to take this time for ourselves. Sometimes this means re-arranging your calendar to say you know, I just can't fit all of this in today/this week. I am going to re-schedule these things and instead take an afternoon/this evening/this Sunday to just catch up with myself and re-charge. Saying yes to yourself can be hard because it often means saying no to a commitment or something that needs doing, but we are no good to anyone when we feel depleted and frazzled.

So as we move into this last week of March make a commitment to yourself to say yes to yourself more often. To stop, breathe and re-charge more regularly - be it a minute here and there every day, or an afternoon not obligated to be anywhere on a weekend.

These energy waves are like a tidal wave, moving us faster and faster forward. That is not going to stop anytime soon. We can't control those waves, but we can learn to ride them in a way that feels exhilarating when we feel up to the go go pace, yet know how to go within when we need to bunker down for a break.

How has your week been?

Comments

Skyhawke8 23rd March 2015 9:58 am

Remain calm, stay centered, relax, ride the waves, don't fight the currant and let the energy bouy you up.

Stuff I can relate to from my first ocean experience.

Great analogy!
Thanks Dana!
:thumbs:

LauriLumby 23rd March 2015 12:18 pm

My week has been a week of contrasts.....one minute so exhausted I can hardly hold my head up and the next minute completely overwhelmed with energy that is trying to explode out of me. Super creative in one moment, paralyzed the next. So weird.....but also as I expected it would be during this time in the birth canal!

Lauri Lumby
www.yourspiritualtruth.com

Peter fox 23rd March 2015 1:57 pm

Ditto Lauri except for exhausted read depressed! As Lauri suggests to be
expected and accepted(as best we can!) at this stage. Love to all!!!

zorro 23rd March 2015 10:21 pm

Thanks for the SlO-MO angle on appreciation of the rhythms of life. I always liked to count the waves at the beach in anticipation of the big one I could ride. Waves roll in and waves roll out. They are witness to our multi-dimensional and ever-expanding nature. In this early Roman palindrome it has been pointed out that the "rotas" could be wheels or "waves".

S A T O R
A R E P O
T E N E T
O P E R A
R O T A S

Translated from Latin to English:

The creator, (enlightened, sower, Satori), plough (arepo), holds (tenet) his works (opera) in rotation (rotas, wheels, waves).

Read backwards, the (wheels, rythymns, waves, rotations) work, and direct the plough of the creator.

It has been said by many who bear truth to this phenomena, that everything flows, and everything has its tides. Like the waves, all things rise and fall. The alpha is the omega. And all seeming opposites and paradoxes will be reconciled. Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause. Even in stillness, all is in motion, a spiral rotation and vibration. As I slow it down a bit, I see it.

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Energy Intuitive and Author of A New Chapter Dana Mrkich is an inspiring Writer, Speaker & Teacher with a passion for reminding others of their innate truth and essence. Holding the vision of a new reality from a young age guided by her star elders, Dana’s life focus has been to help people remember who they really are so that together we can create the best possible reality for ourselves and the planet.  

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