Do you hear Cardinal whistling a prequel
to the intensities of Summery breezes blowing in the wind?
When I think about suicide, and reflections of some of Anthony’s Bourdain’s
comments about his own arrested development, tasting desperate, privilege,
and the tension of opposites he felt about his
personal wrestling with the interplay between order and chaos . . .
I can understand how he would have had enough of
the pain and suffering in this world, and felt like it was time to check out
Truth is, it can be hard to suck it up, get up,
and keep moving forward in the natural school of Hard Knox . . .
The trick is to learn how to make friends with your inner angels and demons,
and integrate your past selves with the new beginnings of your rebirth . . .
Can you hear Cardinal’s virtuous voice singing
songs about the winds of change blowing in?
Her chorus echoes a callback about empowering us to transition
into the vibration of an innate feminine power!
Perhaps you see yourself as a generalized, intense masculine charged,
get things done, taskmaster doer!
That’s OK, so long as you don’t get identified with that role
Otherwise, you can bet your bottom dollar on a slippery slope ahead . . .
Connect with your heart, let her light your way with your head held high,
with a wide angled gaze in your field of vision . . .
It can be challenging to tune into Nature’s mixed messages that blow in
different directions around our Planet
On one perch, Cardinal reminds us to nurture our own life force –
But too much fire from the sun’s rays can burn you at the stake
Might as well remember to wax on our creative energies
and wash our feminine selves with the watery tides of our intuitive faculties
Time to come out of hiding behind the shadows,
and let your inner light shine like the sun
Meditation on Cardinal’s energy awakens
exploration of traditional, old school values . . .
These re-discoveries are divergent planetary systems of thought
from unconventional beliefs that are worth remembering
Masculine yang gains ground,
while Summer Solstice reveals peak sunlight later this month,
Follow the moonlight toward the Monty of a Full Strawberry Moon
when it bears its fruit at the tail end of the June . . .
See you next time along the trails,