Not that I need much nudging in the direction of nostalgia these days. The axiom
that aging brings a more reflective and reminiscing mind is true. We
can wile away hours in reverie. Or looking up old friends and flames on
facebook. It’s rather lovely but we do have to be mindful of its
It’s not advisable by the way…. looking up old flames on facebook.
Rather like opening Pandora’s Box, we might discover things about them
we can’t un-know. Trust me, it’s creepy and almost never rewarding. A
client told me recently how she’d looked up an old flame and learned
he’d just died of some horrible disease and she was depressed for days
The Collective Oppression of the Season
Even if you opt out of most things Christmassy, you’re still going to be
inundated with the collective energies that are constellated at this
time of year. The person who declares they are unaffected by the whoopla
of the Christmas season is the person who is in determined denial. You
absolutely will not escape its mighty grip. The best policy is to
develop a strategy to manage it.
For many, Christmas/New Years is so stressful that that feeling tends to
blot out any competing others, such as, joy, charity and renewal. The
strain of the financial and social pretense pressures drives many to be
neglectful/cruel to their bodies, families and neighbours.
The holiday season is a great time to practice all those stress reducing
intentions we know we should do but always seem to desert us at just
the moment we need them most! If nothing else, build in quality alone
time to do simple normal things with people you want to do it with, get
plenty of rest and eat your green vegetables.
Spend Time Away from the Hot Spots
If you’re spending this season alone, consider spending time at your
local public library and community centres. These are peaceful, neutral
places for singles to go where you aren’t inundated with musack,
shopping, frenetic energy and crowded washrooms. Besides, you might make
some new friends brightening the prospect of 2020.
We’ll experience Winter Solstice on December 21st, which in the northern hemisphere translates to the shortest day of the year.
In the Tarot, the Winter Solstice is represented by the Sun card which
depicts the birth of the twin gods of the solar cycle. The Sun is born
from the dark womb of the darkest night in the year, and on that day the
hours of sunlight begin to lengthen and the power and strength of the
sun begins its rebirth.
Unusual Activities in December
Connect with friends you haven't spoken to all year; buy odd stuff; take
holidays and celebrate year's end. It's a joyful, painful,
exhilarating, depressing and spiritual time for millions around the
world and that energy can be usurped to claim your own renewal and
Be mindful of the language you use to express your feelings and ideas.
Your expressions this month will carry tentacles of unfoldment into your
future. Go for long walks, take pictures, call people you haven’t
spoken to in a while – make it special for yourself
I wish you a safe and spiritual holiday season. The coming month will be
ramping up to very high energy in prep for 2020. Astrologically it
promises to be a year of tremendous change so this is the perfect
opportunity to get prepared.
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