‧͙⁺˚*･༓☾ Moonology ☽༓･*˚⁺‧͙
Good morning, Great Poets! Welcome to the weekend! Not sure what the weather is there, but it's absolutely gorgeous here! Blue skies and mild temps!
How are we enjoying that Cancerian Moon energy today?! Are we feeling somewhat domesticated? Perhaps in a spring-cleaning/planting/make everything beautiful mood? In combination to that beautiful watery emotional influence of Cancer, who just happens to be right at home in her Moon sign, we are under the influence of Saturn, who denotes longevity, homes, houses, endings, and exorcism—perhaps of negative patterns or habits?
Regardless, it's a beautiful day of support for emotional rapport with others as well as supportive growth for yourself. It's a perfect time to wear a soft, heather grey and burn sage to couple the energy, and take advantage of this ripe, rich soil!
Your card of the day is a beautiful nudge from Queen of the Moon Oracle deck: No 33. FLOWER MOON: Blossoming Affirmation: I joyfully blossom and I feel no fear. Do not give up; you have planned for this. Take no notice of what others think or say about you. Open and rise. Someone around you may be jealous of your success; mark your victories!
One of the things I miss most about living in England are the rolling hills and natural meadows that seemed to permeate the parameter of anywhere we lived or visited. Those natural places where you feel pulled by the magnetism of nature, where, once inside that sphere of beauty, you felt nothing but a peace and oneness with all things buzzing about, with the pollen on your skin and clothing, with the aromas of various wild flowers. Somehow, something unexplained rises up within you void of human fears, and you instinctively know that everything will be alright.
I call this a dose of Nature; a vaccine against human worry. An antibody that would prevent the disruption of renewal and peace within self—where anything seemed possible.
There is a time we all blossom in accordance to what we've sown. This doesn't just include environment ( homes, friends, those circles that influence us - and us them ), but our bodies as well. What we eat, how much rest we get, what we expose ourselves to, etc. The proof is in the puddin, as they say down here in the south. We often reflect what we've chosen to consume in all multifaceted areas of our lives. Particularly the unhealed parts where wounds are buried deep under scars that are unable to fully heal, because each time we're triggered, those wounds throb as a not-so-gentle reminder that they're still here.
Fear is usually the thing that prevents flow and blossoming: fear of failure, fear of success, fear of change, fear of what people think. I could go on, but you get the picture. There is a way to release these fears that involves non-suppressive tactics of acceptance. We tend to hide lower-vibrational energies for "fear" of what others will think of us for possessing them. Thusly, we may never admit to jealousy, anger, resentment, spiteful emotions, and so forth. I could go on, but you get the picture.
What if I told you that these lower-vibrational feelings weren't lower-vibrational feelings, but Love, here to serve you? Would that cause you to revisit how you view them? Did you ever have a very stringent teacher, mentor, friend, or parent that seemed too hard on you, but constantly said, "I push you because I know you can do better." Or "I see what you're capable of"?
What we have labeled "low-vibration" are actually mentors constantly reminding us that we still have work to do.
What if we had a conversation with those mentors? What if, instead of denying or suppressing them, we said, "Hey! Wait! I'd like to talk." Acknowledgement is your first step to shining light on something you've kept in the dark, sometimes even from yourself. What if you realized that jealousy ( bitterness, resentment, retribution ) is no more than a wound inflicted on you at some point in your life? And most likely, a wound you've inflicted on others out of your own pain.
Nurse your wounds today, or whenever they present themselves. Don't just apply a topical salve of denial; or, worse, action to that throbbing scar that's been triggered. Instead, open it up, let out your wounds so that light can heal them. Tell them, "Hey! I feel you; I hear you; and it's okay that you're here."
Here's a prayer that was given to me this morning. Maybe it will help you to blossom too:
I know you've been down there, curled around my solar plexus, the base of that many pointed star of emotions known as human my tree of life. I know when you were born, and I know how. I want you to come out now; I want your voice to be heard, and together we will grow through it to become our highest self for the greatest good of all.
Namaste for a beautiful and enlightening day. xo