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Winds of Change…

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In these times of change we have lost sight of the shore

and thrash about drowning in a 2-foot tidal pool.

When the winds of change blow at your life

you can ride them soaring to new heights in delight

or allow them to keep you tired and exhausted

always fighting the force…



DAY: sporadic light rain, colder, bleak

WORD: spontaneous

COLOUR: hot pink

FEELING: positive, floating, cheerful with bouts of fatigue.

BODY: intermittent changes in energy and stamina.

THE COLLECTIVE: We must stop questioning or resisting our higher wisdom. And accept the now scientifically supported reality, that we are indeed far more conscious and capable on a soul level, than we’ve been taught to believe, or have dared to express. We must learn to trust our vibes—those energetic bursts rising out of our inborn psychic sense that pulse subtly through our awareness and guide us through our soul’s journey. Sonia Choquette

INSIGHTS: It is a powerful time of movement upwards and it is the time right now, to decide what you want for our new life…Many people are making ‘hard work’ of life, when I do believe it is beginning to ease up. Its a good time to walk boldy forward, with your head held high!

Those who do not want to move forwards are finding ways to hold on to old negative traits; like tired old relationships, old places of living or working, ‘old friends’ who may no longer serve our present lives and more…We always have power of choice. Use it wisely. The timing is right for us all to gallop into the Year of the Horse.


See with a great hope and a deep knowing.

Become a seer of what is invisible to the human eye but not the human heart.

This is your place of balance.



Floral Horse pic – thanks to Kathy Leo in Singapore. Top pic – Grateful thanks to FB Friend


Author: Ashtara

'All my life I have yearned…' Andre Breton For a period of 15 years, I was the Principle of a well-known school in South Africa, the ‘Academy of Holistic Therapies’ which over time transformed into a place of deep spiritual and personal development, known then as the ‘Centre of Creative Consciousness’. My life changed suddenly and I moved to England in 1999. Not long after my arrival my long term reIationship ended abruptly and I developed serious heart issues. What followed was a 7 year period of death and rebirth... It led me along a path of deep introspection and growth. Through this experience including 2 near death experiences, I was forced to step into a new life, eventually giving me true understanding of who I AM and a more committed path. I moved to Glastonbury, believing then that it was to discover more of what I was searching for. Instead it has been yet another level of my own unfolding and my need to go deeper within, living a quiet solitary life, each day clearing the way to finding deeper levels of awareness and truth. All this moved at an ever changing pace towards truth and change as I released the past with forgiveness - gently guiding myself through all of the many challenges to a place of deep understanding and peace… This has allowed a very rich and beautiful connection to All That Is, an ability to tap into reservoirs of knowledge and wisdom, never before accessed. My desire is to support others in their ‘Awakening’ bringing love and understanding to many lives as they remember who they are. I care deeply about our planet, the animal kingdom and all sentient Beings during this time of dramatic change and Spiritual r/evolution on Earth. During the 7 years I realised that I enjoy being a 'modern day Alchemist' with a passion for working with colour, potions, remedies, tinctures, energy and vibrations. I was guided by Spirit to create a range of high vibrational colour essences, known as the ColourKEYS System. I see these ‘jewels’ as the unfolding of a 'story' yet to be revealed…They are a wonderful tool to support and assist those seeking the true path towards their destiny. I am at the completion stages of writing my first book, which will be published early next year. It is the story my extraordinary childhood in Africa.

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