The major theme here is twofold. Firstly, we long to be embraced by something warm and loving, to feel included and recognised and to have intimacy as part of our everyday lives. Many of us don’t have that now. And it is essential to life, so it’s lack can bring up painful feelings of loneliness and longing.
It seems impossible for us to make the necessary changes in time, they seem so overwhelming – politically, environmentally, personally. But there is a small opening over the next few days that can completely shift our perspective.
We are releasing so much past trauma from our cells, and gradually, very gradually, learning that we have the capacity to keep ourselves safe as we open out to new experiences, as we discover new capacities within us.
This is a transit for understanding we can move beyond obstacles by allowing universal energies to infiltrate our thinking and permeate our dreams.
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The Root Centre is the energy sphere where things come into physical form. This Full Moon represents a completion of our existing scientific paradigm. It shifts our very relationship to the concept and experience of matter. This is having, and will continue to have a profound impact on us at every level.
This is the Gate of Gradual Progress, a gate where we grow into life’s possibilities, where we get results gradually and almost imperceptibly.
We don’t do this alone, the connections between us are shifting so that we are becoming open systems rather than closed systems.Open systems are infinite in their capacity to change and evolve.
The world we know was being held in place by our collective agreement to believe in a mechanistic universe. We saw it as such, and so it was. That very concept is post-mechanistic. Quantum mechanics tells us quite clearly that we see what we expect to see. Reality is what we make it.
I wonder if I’m enlightened yet. I typed “”how do I know if I’m enlightened?” into Google and found lots of lists. Well, that certainly makes it easy!