Things are on track this week with a happy-go-lucky planetary conjunction. It’s all coming together for you to close the door to the year and to old energy that will have no place where you are going.
Don’t be surprised if things start to fall away naturally and please don’t try to hold on to things that makes no sense.
If it’s not in your highest good, you will know through your gut feeling, through your body and intuition.
Act on that moment to release and let go.
Sometimes we hold on to old feelings good or bad out of familiarity and the sense of at least we know what it is. It can be scary releasing old habits and feelings even when we know it’s in our next step and our highest good.
Be brave, take a deep breath, see yourself detaching from whatever it might be and exhale.
Stay attentive to magical opportunities this week and remember to be thankful for what’s already in your life, no matter how small or trivial. Daily life can be full of hectic activities this time of the year making it even more important to spend time in nature and/or take time to quite your mind and ask for messages about what opportunities are around you that you may not be seeing due to a busy schedule.
Then it’s important to be open to receive. Feel your body become light, filled with excitement and open to accept what matches your energy at this moment. We are all going through this transition and things change quickly now. To make it as smooth as possible it’s good to be open for change, listen to our body and take a step at a time.
We get some planetary help with this through an exciting trine on Thursday that increases our intuition, brings flashes of insights, and encourages us to leave our comfort zone.
Remember changes doesn’t have to be dramatic, small changes have big effects throughout life. Small decisions, small changes in our focus will set a new course for how we navigate through life, brining us to new destinations.
The big news of the week is the winter solstice on Thursday which highlights the last seasonal change of the year. This day marks the return of the light to the Northern Hemisphere and it’s also the shortest day and the longest night of the year. The winter solstice is a day when the sun appears to stand still, which makes it a good day to pause, light a candle and give thanks for the power of nature to renew itself every year and our possibilities to do the same. The word solstice translates roughly to “Sun stands still”. So, let’s stand still together, with the sun and take a moment to maybe do a meditation, go for a walk, soak in a bath or just be.
Then bring in the light to your mind, home and body.
See if you can come up with at least one thing that you would like to change in the year to come. Without making any specific plans of how or when. A positive change of a feeling you like to bring in more of together with your highest good. Then release the thought and let it unfold in its own way. Now you’ve turned on a light!
On Friday we continue to tie up loose ends and finish projects before the holidays, together with a hleping hand from a Cancer Full Moon. Full moons also reveal truths, and at this time, you will clearly see what you need to do to satisfy your own needs to set your intentions for 2019.
Stay focused and alert, listen to your body and look for the magic!
Keeping it light,