Archive for 2020

Working with Current Energies and Light

At the beginning of 2020, I knew we would travel through a collective experience. I’d hoped it would occur as an experience of higher frequencies, but it’s still possible to create this state. In several of my lowest moments, I have experienced transcendental light–and this is the current challenge.
My earlier posts referred to “Crossing the Bridge” as a new state of awareness and awakening. It continues to exist, and we inhabit it by extending our minds and emotions into moments of happiness, kindness, and appreciation for life. (It’s also possible to take better care of our bodies and the planet.)
Please take time to cultivate energy in any positive form and to avoid lower forms of energy that may travel through people, news, and events. Share the “positive” whenever possible. For example, China cut emissions by 100 million tons since January, thousands of undisturbed sea turtles in India gathered to lay eggs, and Norway voted for NO deforestation.

 

Specific Light Work with Current Energies

  • Surround yourself with white light. Ask the light to fill every particle of your body, every molecule, and the spaces between the molecules. Let the light exude from you, filling the room and extending for one quarter mile around you. Hold it there for a couple of minutes. It should immediately raise your vibration as well as pushing away the fear and upset of others. (Initially, I tried taking on the fear and lower energies of others, but I soon realized their feelings came from a habit of aligning with lower vibrations. It’s easier to raise your personal vibration, and others can make a choice to join in—or not.)
  • Waves of lower vibrations radiate from mass consciousness at regular intervals. The waves can feel like panic, nervous energy, or lethargy. They tend to occur mid-morning, mid-afternoon, and between 6-8 pm in my world—although the times may differ in your world. (As soon as they are identified as waves of mass consciousness, they dissipate. When you realize it’s not your energy, you no longer identify with it. The energy moves away to someone who is more susceptible.)
  • On the subject of waves, you will feel fear occasionally. Counter it by sending light to yourself and your loved ones. Affirm that you and everyone in your world is safe. Express gratitude for this wonderful outcome.
  • Focusing on the heart space centers the consciousness. Focus on pink light in the center of the chest. Breathe through this space.
  • Release your concept of this “reality” and plan for the next. Focus on true happiness and the path of the heart.

General Work

  • Find a new destination point. You can imagine and visualize a new reality in three to six months. Imagine experiencing happiness, health, and balance. (Manifestation asks for the continual expansion of our consciousness, which requires focus on a particular point. Do it with joy!) On a wider level, you can see the virus decrease, abundance for all, and a clean, healthy planet.
  • Find your calling. A calling comes from the inner self. If you don’t have a calling, meditate and listen. Eventually you’ll receive instructions to take a walk, phone a friend, or perform a task such as exercise, study, or positive support in some form. Use one or two hours wisely each day. Exercise, see the beauty of spring, and meditate. The soul provides energy when you listen to the inner self.
  • Express appreciation often. Marvel at all that goes well, and don’t forget the presence of leaves, the colors at sunset, moon rise, and the beauty of the self. Generosity is part of gratitude. (We know how it works.)
  • Make the most of the beautiful moments. The energy is lovely in the morning, and the stars are bright in the evening. It’s also helpful to take a walk and breathe in the (newly) clean air. At this point, nature is particularly pretty and very happy. Don’t miss it!
  • Higher vibrations, which include awakening, abundance, enlightenment, happiness, health, and joy, are the best method of recycling the energy. Happiness and health are the opposite of fear and illness. Whenever possible, talk to a good friend, find your creativity, and notice the goodness of life.

Helping Others and the Planet

  • Look at a map. Ask where light is needed. Send it to the geographical location. Watch the area fill with the light and imagine universal light helping everyone in this space.
  • Imagine a world without the virus. Imagine a new way of living in harmony with one another and the earth. (The earth prefers a slower paced life with environmentally friendly world.)
  • Please don’t watch the news. It’s a very low vibration. Read the headlines and one or two articles. Leave the remainder for people who desire unhappiness.
  • It’s a transitional time. The entire planet is changing in a short period of time, which isn’t easy. Earth is resetting and moving into a new reality. You and I have to change, and the changes will probably appear as small intuitions, which lead to greater light and understanding. It’s not an easy phase, but it’s doable.
  • Rest, sleep, and reflect when possible. It requires large amounts of energy to change the course of personal and collective life. Also, brilliant ideas and practical solutions are more likely when you’re rested and relaxed.

 

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and alignment with their inner path.

If you would like to seek additional spiritual change and insight into your life, please contact me for information about an intuitive session.

Wolf Moon, Full Moon Forecast

Image by Josephine Walls

 

2020 is a 4 year, and it begins with a big bang—an eclipse on January 10 with wild conjunctions and energy.  4 is a male number, and it involves putting our mental and spiritual energies into physical form.

In many ways, it is about building a spiritual structure on the physical level. My personal feeling is that it involves a core structure of higher collective consciousness as expressed in physical form. This means YOU and your alignment with your inner self, the rising energy of the earth and the collective along with a fierce focus on the highest good to create a new reality.

The Full Wolf Moon appears on January 10 at 2:21 pm ET, and it is accompanied by an eclipse. Eclipses are a reset, and this is not a comfortable one. The Lunar Eclipse opposes Mercury (communication), Saturn (karma), and Pluto (underworld, transformation), which causes conflicting thoughts and feelings. Sun, Mercury, Saturn, and Pluto square (tension) Eris, the dwarf planet of discord. (We’ve all experienced discord in our personal lives, and we know how to return to center and look for the inner self when we feel upset or sense discord.)

Part of the difficulty lies with the Moon, which represents emotion, particularly when placed in Cancer, a water sign. Cancer represents the divine mother and feminine grace.  The chart contains 6 planets in earth signs (including North Node), and the Moon in Cancer, which opposes or interferes with the Capricorn earth element.  Moon opposes (conflicting feelings) Mercury (thought), Saturn (karma), and Pluto (transformation). Moon in Cancer is associated with feelings intuition, caution, vulnerability, maternal feelings and security, which asks for a wise read in these aspects of life.

Sun, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto (life, mind, expansion, limitation, and transformation) are in Capricorn, an earth sign. Capricorn is associated with discipline, hard work and maturity. It rules the skeletal structure, joints and knees. Associations include diplomacy, achievement, seriousness, tactfulness and success. Capricorn lends structure and form (or grid work) for materialization of passion, thoughts and emotion. Dedication and application teach how karma is overcome – not only through applied effort on the material plane but through the grace of the Universe on the highest plane.

Saturn conjunct Pluto is one of the more influential aspects of the chart. It’s interesting as Saturn (limitation, karma, and structure) is about building structures, which is implied in the number 4. It’s also about authority, which metaphysics teaches is adherence to the inner self as the greatest truth.  We’ll travel through another conjunction in September. Pluto implies transformation and change through looking at the shadow side of the self–and the world. The shadow side can refer to what we don’t see about others or the direction of our life. For example, we may give people the benefit of the doubt when they are not aligned with our highest and best interest. (Sometimes, they change their behavior when we see them clearly.) It can also refer to our state of consciousness such as the misaligned belief of thinking loving kind behavior elicits the same from others when boundaries are a necessity. (Regardless, it’s a state that we can’t see until Pluto reveals it.)

Mercury (mind, thought) in Capricorn conjuncts (close to/amplifies) Saturn and Pluto, heightening the strong aspect between Saturn/Pluto. Mercury is the mind, and only the higher mind can be trusted to convey truth. It’s best to give space and time to thoughts before believing they are real and/or taking action.

Venus (love, beauty) is in Aquarius, which is helpful in bringing our hearts together for higher consciousness and collective work. From this perspective, we can truly feel the goodness that results from coming together as a community. This feeling can become stronger than fear and lead us to solutions, which haven’t been explored in the past. Venus squares (tension) Mars (male, assertion), creating tension between the sexes and the two sides of the self. Mars sits in Sagittarius, encouraging creative endeavors and actions that propel us on the journey of the soul.

 

Neptune

The Saving Grace

The aspects in the chart, which can lead us through the current challenges, lie with Neptune, planet of mysticism, idealism, and illusion. When planets form positive aspects with Neptune, we can feel harmony and connection with the divine. Neptune enhances creativity and reception of spiritual concepts and information. (A good symbol is a beautiful, medieval cathedral that is associated with miracles.)

The Moon in Cancer trines (harmonious) Neptune, allowing our higher emotions to receive uplifting energy and emotional insights. Sun (life) and Mercury (thought) sextile (weaker but harmonious aspect) Neptune. By opening our minds and lives to the Divine, we can receive messages and insights for guidance during this odd time.

Tips

  • This time calls for patience, persistence and dedication with spiritual life and outer life. Earth signs are about structures and building in the physical world.
  • We will see our own shadow and the world’s shadow during this time. Both are best viewed when firmly anchored in the inner self. Observe and send light whenever possible.
  • Emotions, associated with the Moon, are part of the challenge. We want the right amount of empathy, a clear read with intuition, a balance with security and risk, and good judgement when expressing our emotions. (Wait if you’re not sure.)
  • Mercury (thought) confuses the matter with oppositions with the Moon. Meditate for a clear read. Don’t’ trust all of your thoughts.
  • The insightful aspects of the chart lie in quiet contemplation of spiritual concepts and asking for help from the Divine.

Sabian Symbols, based on Lynda Hill’s work

Sun (life) and Mercury (mind) sit on Capricorn 21, “A Relay Race”, which symbolizes creating a victory through cooperation and teamwork. On a higher level, it could refer to the importance of collective consciousness, which consists of individuals working on a higher vision.

Moon is placed on Cancer 21, “A Prima Donna Singing”, which can represent a First Lady singing in an opera or a demanding, controlling type of person. It could represent the choice necessary in aligning with positive emotions for the duration of the eclipse.

Venus sits on Aquarius 27, “An Ancient Pottery Bowl Filled with Violets”. The image depicts a simple and gentle example of beauty as a response to life. It urges us to find joy and meaning with the humble but pleasing aspects of life.

Mars is on Sagittarius 5, “An Old Owl Perched High in a Tree”. The owl typically represents Minerva, the goddess of wisdom. Owls can see in the darkness, and their head turns 360 degrees. They can perceive aspects of life that are usually hidden. The symbol points to the power of observation, particularly when taking action or asserting the self in life.

Jupiter is placed on Capricorn 9, “An Angel Comes Carrying A Harp”. It’s a beautiful symbol for Jupiter, the planet of expansion that helps with expansion of dreams. It encourages our natural ability to hear and feel the harmonious side of life.

Saturn and Pluto sit on Capricorn 23, “A Soldier Receiving Two Awards for Bravery in Combat”. Courage, skill, and bravery are awarded in this symbol, but the question remains about where we choose to act bravely and use our skills—probably not in an actual battle (For many of us, it’s internal battle to free the inner self.) The symbol can also represent receiving compensation for acts completed in the past.

 

Julia Griffin, intuitive healer and owner of One True Self, began her work fifteen years ago under the tutelage of real wolves. Following their direction, Julia sees and reads energy, including animals, plants and people. She works with people in session to find their resonance with the soul, clearing patterns and alignment with their inner path.

If you would like to seek additional spiritual change and insight into your life, please contact me for information about an intuitive session.