“Instead of only caring for ourselves, we are invited to care for species other than our own. We are encouraged to look to the roots of things. “Care” is tied to a German root word chara, which means to grieve or to lament.” Terry Tempest Williams, Erosion: Essays of Undoing
A new world is emerging.
We are transforming,
each one of us.
There is power in the awareness
of ebb and flow;
of cultural rhythms
of personal cycles within.
The light of the Sun
eclipsed by the Moon shadow
as it stands in front of the light.
world out of balance.
Life is different,
see the world anew,
keep looking and look again.
Look to the root…
the way forward is tied to the past.
Injustice cannot be rationalized,
ignored and forgotten.
The upside down
the inside out, disorienting
shape shifting suspension.
Sorrow. Grief. Caring.
Come home to yourself,
the here and the now,
and listen to the Earth.
A new world is emerging.
We are transforming.
Seed your intentions.
Resonate and Amplify!
“Edges are important because they define a limitation in order to deliver us from it. When we come to an edge we come to a frontier that tells us that we are now about to become more than we have been before. As long as one operates in the middle of things, one can never really know the nature of the medium in which one moves.” William Irwin Thompson, The Time Falling Bodies Take to Light
Mercury Retrograde in Cancer
June 17, 2020
June 20, 2020 2:43 pm PDT
Cancer Solar Eclipse
June 20, 2020 11:41 pm PDT
A Solar Eclipse changes the way we perceive the order of our lives. We see a shadow where we depend on seeing light. The darkness accentuated by an eclipse can bring a sharp focus of clarity into our field of vision. This eclipse marks significant endings and beginnings. Previous eclipses relevant to this time occurred in May 1966, May 1984 and June 2002.
This Solar Eclipse was preceded by a Lunar Eclipse two weeks ago and will be followed by the Capricorn Lunar Eclipse on July 4 which is the next full moon.
Shedding our skins,
again and again.
“Home, in the end, is of course not just the place where you sleep. It’s the place where you stand.” Pico Iyer
This powerful lunation is in the early degrees of sensitive Cancer, deeply caring and protective of home and family. It’s time to reconsider: what is family? A tribal ethic that only cares for one’s own race or gender orientation or species is passe. It’s over.
We need to become stewards of the Earth and all Beings that dwell here.
Life is too short.
The world is too small.
May this Solstice Eclipse
illuminate the cracks
where we need healing and
usher in an enlightened awareness
of caring and repair. We are Family.
Black Lives Matter.
Water is Life.
May All Beings Be Free.
Meditations with Tibetan Bowls coming soon when I have my tech side set up. It’s complicated.
These difficult times call for more love, cultivating ease and peace.
I look forward to joining together online in the near future.
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Soundtrack “Here in the Now” by Murray Kyle