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Elusive Owl extracts wise old secrets . . .
Effectively penetrating the dark caverns of our Collective Soul.

Criticisms and sarcasms can be a hard rain falling
for a sensitive heart and soul to take
Is it just another’s misdirected negative energy to shake off?
Or constructive feedback to a hidden self
basking in shadowy parts unknown –
Patiently waiting to be unearthed to see the light?

Instead of being deceived by illusionary demons.
Courageously we stand with the gentle gaze of Deer –
Welcoming in our better angels.
All we have to do is ask!

A.K.A. Cats with wings –
Our spirits silently soar . . .
To magical places where we foresee
Seeds of new realities sewn consciously.

Returning power to sender.
Rather than giving it away –
or taking the energy of another.

See through ulterior motives
With keen observational intuition

Holding a vision of the whole truth
Unveiling the curtain of master illusionism

Knowing our shadow sides –
Detailed oriented Mouse and other small rodents
Relaxes our fear of the dark.

Owl symbolizes death and reincarnation . . .

What is hidden within you that is frightening to look at?
Even in darkness, there is light.

Old Man Mountain breathes fire . . .
Into the din of ordinary Life.

Good fences make good neighbors.
That’s just the way it
is says the old guard –
Berlin Wall Border Patrol in the Americas –
All Along the Watchtower is a virtual Fourth Reich . . .

Simultaneously cross-pollination cultural diversity in community
is born into a New Earth.

Breaking common grounds gives inner peace a chance.
But a chain is only as strong as its weakest link.

Power off alliances between drummed up
war boundaries that fear one another.
How do we make friends with the tension
of protecting, relaxing, redefining and clearing away our boundaries?
From Neurons to Neighborhoods,
How Smart are these technologies?
Try not to get too swayed from the Middle Way.
Remember that the same systems that oppress can liberate.

Why not only kill with kindness?

Autumn Equinox arises –
Transiently we know balance in our masculinity and femininity.
Thereafter – dark night rises.

The 60’s man . . .
Massive changes coming today we can hardly fathom.
Might as well say yes to the Universe as it is –
Rather than resist it with old self ego attachments.

See you further on up the trails,

Ari

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A Full Moon awakens our dreaming realities
with subtleties of perception . . .
Are you the dreamer or the dreamed?

Purity of thought means holding focus of a positive thought without distraction.
Isn’t this a mindful conversational feedback loop
you would powerfully like to dream into your daily walking meditation?

Or has being lulled into a hypnotic trance by a computer device caught your fancy?

And here we are gently allowing cumulative effect to take root . . .
With patient appreciation for subtle hints of changing seasons.

Bee flies by serving a friendly reminder that life is sweet like honey . . .

Before long, Autumn will descend with greater emphasis –
on getting organized and down to business.

Are you reacting with negative vibes to the weather underground?
Or are you examining what is going on down under with
a curious and empathic gaze?

See yourself as a strong person who is confidently willing
to express yourself and share your gifts with our world.

Tune into the realm of possibilities . . .
To preview what potential outcomes are mutually beneficial for everyone.
Remember to summon empathy and dance with grace under fiery emotions . . .

Energy cannot be created or destroyed.
But it can be transformed.
What role does energy play in your life?

When unexpected deviations from plans arrive –
Try to relax into that.

Inner Peace is making friends with all aspects of your Being.
This includes our shadow and ego entities – they are not enemies to be killed.
Does your shadow follow you around like an obedient dog –
Representing a tribe of your hopes, fears or whatever you are resisting?

Like our lower Chakras –
Merely informants on our quest are they.

See you further on down the trails,

Ari

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