Untangling the PastNov 01, 2021
This month when I tapped into the energy I saw an image something that looked like a knotted bundle of rope, but I also felt it as a bundle of nerves. Whichever – rope or nerves – it felt like something that was all tangled up.
Last month the energy brought a major review or revisiting of the past. And, it seems, this month we’re still entangled in what has been and still trying to untangle the stories of our past.
But the energy is different this month in that there is more hope of accomplishing the mission – but it might not be until the very end of the month.
So, if last month was intense for you, strap in because this month won’t be much easier except that there is an end in sight.
The upside is that once this work of untangling our past is done, we can truly move forward. We talked last month about how we evolve in a spiral, circle through the same events but each time learning more and rising to the next level. By the end of the month, if you’ve done the work, we graduate! No more round and round. And if it does come around, you’ve cut the strings that kept you hooked in so it won’t bother you.
Just as we’ll be revisiting the past and trying to untangle ourselves, there’s also the opportunity to revisit the good things from our past, too. I think a big theme this month will be seeing the best in ourselves. What are your best qualities? What makes you a good friend? Employee? Relative?
It’s not always easy to see ourselves but this month it will be like a cosmic mirror is being held in front of us, showing us what makes us great! So, don’t shy away from seeing and acknowledging the best parts of you. In fact, you may want to write them down when you catch them and say them to yourself out loud.
Though this month may require some extra work to stay centered, it is also a month for thankfulness. Let’s be thankful that Life encourages us to evolve and grow so we can move beyond pain and into joy.
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