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Like any energy, Weasel Medicine can be worked in positive or negative ways . . .

As such, it can’t hurt to let go of our chronic worries

Instead, let us see ourselves as one human family basking in a
nurturing womb of love and light

Their energy is not exclusive to politicians, nor general welfare of
big government, business, military, and other special interests

Meditate on our Native American shamanic ancestors for a spell . . .
Weasel helped them smoke out the plotting and scheming of tribal conflicts . . .

And then later on seeing through the illusionist curtain of White Man’s burden . . .

Isn’t it curious that most European settlers, and their living descendants
in America today, have more in common with immigrants, refugees
and people of color, than with a wealthy minority that sits at the table with the
privileged minority atop the economic pyramid?

The dirty slugfest between Imperial Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and
number one ranked contender Donald Trump looks like a mud wrestling match

Just imagine what we could do to better our world with the
kind of big money that bribes this farce

Don’t buy in to the commercial that sells “us and them” kind of thinking –
Reinforcing the idea that people with certain talents, should be
put on a pedestal, while others are demonized and are not deserving of equality

It’s seductive to listen to simple solutions to complex problems that
profit off negative emotions that fuel elitist sentiment
about those that are losing ground

All you have to do is to tune into the corporate media to see this comedy of errors

The political will of FDR’s New Deal exerted government’s
power to do the right thing . . .

That was not a popular move among the wealthy back zen, as it is not right tao

The radical act of leaving behind our internal experiences with
projected hellish nightmares, gives birth to inner peace –

Albeit not without the bitter taste of labor pains

Short term gains at the expense of long-term investment
adversely affects at least seven generations

Picture walking in the shoes of those seemingly
different from you in their worldview

Let go of outcome, and stay in the center of the circle of this election week
Don’t get too swayed by anxieties projected into the future

Keep doing that to build empathy in your minds and hearts

See you further on up the trails,

Ari

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Cat guides us whiskers first into a historically spirited
time of year in the Northern Hemisphere . . .

Ancestors might be revisiting you in spook free zones
Are you able to see from fearless perspectives in this New Moon?

May we bear witness to a metaphorical thinning of the veils
between spirit and material realms

Cat’s curious eye sees when to step back and watch before pouncing . . .
Their energy is good medicine for responding versus reacting to situations at hand

They seem to intuitively know how to live in the present moment . . .
Always ready to adjust themselves in extraordinary feminine fashion

Has the current American election season brought your
attachment to outcome and cauldron of negative emotions to the surface?

Express yourself!
Otherwise, a def jam of festering resentments booms from your base

Might as well let go of what you do not have control over
But fear of dark caves of unknowing can be terrifying for folks

Cats remind us of the mystery and magic in our Universe . . .
Energetic and sacred, you can’t always make sense out of what is arriving

It’s easier to see dark and stormy weather
and forget that the sun still hides in spots maybe shady to the conscious mind

Black symbolizes primal movement into the dark . . .

Daylight savings time ends, as days get darker until the
Winter Solstice after a long December

Become the ancestral energies that reawaken gospels of
light that fire up the blues within

May we remember the passing of our loved ones . . .
Pets and animals seem to instinctively know how to love us unconditionally

The Samhain marks the mid-point between Autumn Equinox and Winter Solstice
It’s getting colder out, and some people hear chimes of winter blowing in the wind

See you further on up the trails,

Ari

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