I keep sharing again and again that we all must express our feelings, then transmute and transform them, and feed the planet and all of life with love and light. We have to keep up our practice of transfiguration for this practice truly creates miraculous healings beyond what we can imagine on a rational level. I am continually amazed at the case studies people send me that come from radiating light while focusing on others and even on challenges in local communities.
My big concern is what is happening to our collective. For as you know there is so much hate, anger, and despair being sent into the collective. And this is something I can understand more with people who do not have a spiritual practice and are lost in the trance of the material world.
We can, therefore, expect August’s eclipses to bring not only profound inner and outer transformation but spiritual uplift to the US, as it will to the world as a whole. The Pluto opposition indicates a struggle for power as people seek to impose a spiritualized value system in the United States in place of the highly mundane materialistic value system that currently prevails.
Globally, our personalities will increasingly come to express the values of our higher self. Globally, our shared values will become increasingly spiritualized. In the United States, the struggle between deeper, sacred, Sirian values and mundane, secular superficial values will be especially intense.
I see scenarios at both ends of the evolution v devolution escalating - heightened challenges such as increased warring, severe weather, flooding, earthquakes and volcanic activity v heightened consciousness breakthroughs, psychic activity, mystical realisations and experiences.
Living in the present moment enables us to enjoy the streams of synchronicities, telepathy, and marvellous manifestations. Things are coming together as if by magic and really demonstrating that some are living well beyond the 3D reality of time and space.
I’m in awe at the number of these daily experiences - yesterday I logged on to a favourite forum and the FIRST POST I read contained this:
‘My favorite is a short poem by Emily Dickinson:
I'm nobody! Who are you?
Are you a nobody, too?
How boring to be someone.
How public like a frog!
To cry one's name the livelong day
To an admiring bog!’
To which I replied:
That’s uncanny - I’m JUST HOME from watching the movie ’A Quiet Passion’ about Emily Dickinson’s life where she related her poem ‘I’m Nobody’ to her new born nephew!
Examples such as this may seem mundane and insignificant to some, yet I choose to use them as a doorway to greater observation, mindfulness, consciousness, and co-creation.
Spend time with Nature every day (- even with an indoor house plant)
Lighten up your wardrobes, cupboards and storage areas
Turn what you no longer want into cash, barter or give items away
Lighten up your conversations with humour and laughter
Lighten up your responsibilities by attending to them and not putting things off
Lighten up any debts
Beautiful your living and working spaces
‘So this is all the work is - to get your mind to a place that no grime is sticking on it.’ - Sadhguru