FORWARD INTO OCTOBER

SHIFTING ENERGY

Since we experienced the big Energy Shift on the Jewish New Year (Friday, September 18), most of us have been adjusting to life in a new vibration. And that’s been really, really hard. With everything else we’re dealing with in our physical world (pandemic, political chaos, picking up each others fear), we just got thrown, not lifted but thrown, a mile high closer to Heaven (or the Aquarian Age vibe which can feel like Heaven in these times). Read More

CHAOS ENSUES

Did anyone else feel the fear and restlessness over the weekend? There was a lack of balance, a strong need to be comforted (especially in my cats) and a loss of energy to do anything because whatever we did do felt like it wasn’t right or enough. That’s directly related to the Jewish New Year energy shift (starting at sundown last Friday) and the loss of our Notorious RBG on the same day. Read More

UPCOMING HOLIDAYS – AND OTHER STUFF

Over the last seven years, the challenges of our Age to Age evolution have been getting stronger and more demanding each year, leading up to 2020 which brings us to either graduation or failure. As we’ve dealt with those challenges (or not), there’s been a trend to anticipate the end of the year holidays as a time that will make us feel better, usually based on experiences we had when we were young. Except we recently have been looking forward to the holidays with desperation and anger to give us relief after a difficult year. Basically, we just want things to be easier when they’re not and feel we deserve a reward even though we’re still in challenge mode. The shifting energy doesn’t care about man-made holidays—there’s bigger work being done. Read More

SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

OUR NEXT CHALLENGE

Goodbye the year that was August! Hello the year that is September! Although the August energy of Karmic Catch-up/Hungry Ghosts Month leaks into the first week of September (the final week of our reassessing and rebirthing ourselves in the New Age), we now come into a new challenge. But what did we expect from 2020, the year that keeps on giving, even after it’s over?

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