The stars got poured into the sky
Out of a Magicians hat last night,
And all of them have fallen into my hair.
Some have even tangled my eyelashes
Into luminous, playful knots…
TODAY: Dull, dense, static, waiting, chilly, damp…I feel the undercurrent of unsettled energies here.
IN ONE WORD: Acceptance
COLOUR OF THE DAY: Lilac
HOW I FEEL: There is no more work to do, you have done it! Rest in that…there is a million of them trying to catch up…you have done all the work needed, just live now, know that you have succeeded…it is done!
It was my Birthday yesterday and I would like to take a moment to Thank You for your beautiful messages, good wishes and more…Bless you All. InLa’Kech
INSIGHTS: “All that is transpiring now on this planet is the collapse of all that is false, and all that does not serve. There is a new sun, there is a new day, there is a new and fresh air to be breathed. There is hope for the hopeless and strength for the weak. The power of love, born of Heaven, rains down on those who continue to believe in the magnificent power of a pure heart and a loving landscape of a New Earth created by this love.” The Phoenix will rise again..
‘The truth you believe and cling to, makes you unavailable to hear anything new…’
Whenever we move through such intense times, it is important to remember to balance, balance, balance. Get grounded however that works for you. Be sure to get out into nature. Get present.
What I am seeing most is that people are too distracted to know how they feel. The distractions will not stop so it is up to us to find ways to maintain our inner balance. Some things are easy to do. Watch less news, back away from the computers, phones, and other technologies that are consuming you.
Get back to interpersonal relationships. Spend time with people you love. Call those you haven’t. Reconnect. Seriously. We are in a time when so much is happening so fast, life is speeding by us and we are becoming so desensitised that we don’t know how we feel.
Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey
AFFIRMATION: “I AM Blessed every day in every way…”
Blessed are you
who comes like a whisper
in my breath
and spreads images of
majesty before me.
Kayce Stevens Hughlett