As we near the end of 2019 there is an increasing intensity in the air. Emotions are more on the surface. Many people are challenged staying centered enough to avoid overreacting or jumping into a scenario they later will find problematic.
posted 17 May, 2019 (Thursday, 16 May, 2019) - Selacia
We are sitting in a new energy threshold for this weekend's annual Wesak and its celebrations of the Ascended Masters and their teachings. The juxtaposition of Wesak amidst the world's craziness is a clarion call for accelerated awakening across this planet.
posted 13 May, 2019 (Sunday, 12 May, 2019) - Selacia
Having the courage to move ahead is an essential quality for living your best life. Sometimes it's easier to muster the courage, in part because your whole being wants to do something new. Other times, like when moving through a big life crisis, finding courage can feel daunting.
posted 18 April, 2019 (Wednesday, 17 April, 2019) - Selacia
Fire has taken part of Notre-Dame in Paris yet this beautiful medieval cathedral survives - reminding us of the goodness of humanity. It is important at a time like this to remember the goodness that indeed exists on Earth and within all people at their core.
In our last Mercury Retrograde of the year is a bonus you might not expect. Yes, we'll have the usual sensation of slow down and interruptions of communications. However this particular retrograde can be a significant gift because of how it can catalyze life review and letting go of old energies.
We live in times when the elite are at the helm of power structures and the ordinary person can feel left out or disregarded. Sometimes a person may start to doubt that he or she can make a difference in the future course of our world. Likewise, a person may be conditioned by self-doubt, not trusting in his or her abilities to achieve meaningful things on a personal scale.
As increased levels of craziness play out in our society, we have an opportunity to look deeper within ourselves to reflect on what we want to create, what we value, and what we can do to build bridges rather than walls.