Last year was the Chinese Year of the Rooster . . .
In that reflection, we are reminded of the truth that if you are focusing
on the real tragedies of last year, then you will accurately see
the glass as half full, if not already empty on the inside and out!
But here’s an optimistic thought . . .
What happens when you look through a lens of Love?
Even if you can entertain the possibility that Rooster
also brought us the Sun, then you can see that consciousness
sheds its light on our planetary darkness
By allowing ourselves to see through the lens of Love,
we are able to call out the light illuminating the shadows
Keep in mind, we are in a Yin time of year
Dark emotions come up, and many souls have left our Home
But water is powerful feminine energy that breathes in
opportunities for creativity and meditative spirituality
Might as well say yes to that, unless you prefer to persist what you resist
That is a choice too, if you so choose!
When we traverse the dark night of our soul
We can come out of the ashes into a New Self
Disguised within every ending, new beginnings are awakening
In a month from last Tuesday’s waning New Moon
We will be tracking the Year of the Dog
Spring Equinox may not arrive till about a
month after that in later March . . .
But energetically, with an astrological spring eclipse season happening now,
a Full Snow Moon at the end of January, and the Imbolc signaling the halfway point
between Winter and Spring on February first . . .
From that perspective, Spring is already in the air!
Will the Groundhog see his shadow on
the resurrection of Groundhog Day?
See you up the trails,