Be Prepared For A Tumultuous Last Quarter Moon!
by Lyn Dalebout Star Signposts: Week of Last Quarter Moon February 18 – 25 Last Quarter Moon “Spring’s New Growth” photograph by Lyn Dalebout From the perspective of the disruptive and empowering astrological cycles at play in our heavenly Field (one example: Uranus, the revolutionary, colliding with Eris, the disrupter), there is simply no way to avoid the great dismantling, yet also awakening nature of these times. It was only one month ago, at the previous Last Quarter Moon, that the New World Disorder began. This inevitable chaotic process is necessary and empowering in some ways, and tremendously challenging and terrifying in others. My motto: I will persist. Because I post according to the Lunar cycles, some weeks I include only six calendar days, while others, like this week, span eight days, making this a long Last Quarter Moon cycle. This phase of the Moon can lead to a crisis of opportunity as we say goodbye to our former lives, or lead us to important steps we are ready to take to create our next version of self and reality. This week, a challenge or project may take longer to resolve than you would like. Practice patience and trust that […]
7 Teachings from the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying
by Azriel Re’Shel, from upliftconnect.com Lessons on How to Live and Die Well Do you ever wish you had a manual for life? Something you could turn to for the answers on how to live a fulfilled, successful and happy life? Religion and spirituality have long attempted to provide a roadmap for souls seeking a meaningful life. And the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, written by Sogyal Rinpoche in 1992, may just be one of the most important guides to living a better life. The book presents the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. When I first read the book 20 years ago, I was working with the dying and thought it would help me to support them, as well as myself later in life, when death became more of a possibility. But I soon discovered it is a book about the death of the unreal and is very much a book that helps you to truly live. It marked a turning point in my life, where I committed deeply to actually living a spiritual life instead of only having the concepts of one. Happiness is Up to You. While the aim of the book is to support people to die a good […]
Do You Ever Get So Freaked Out By Making The Wrong Choice?
by Carolyn Caputo Have you ever been so frustrated…confused…indecisive when trying to come up with the “right” answer for something that you just wanted to pull your hair out or hide in a hole until someone told you exactly what to do? Yes? Please do not say no and make me think I am the only crazy person on the planet that can’t seem to make a freaking decision sometimes… Every so often my analytical practical mind and my powerful intuitive inner badass get into a little argument and I’m not sure who’s who. It makes me a little crazed…to say the least. I’m sharing a fun little exercise to get those frustrating questions answered but first… I’m back from another amazing river trip on the most remote river in the lower 48. No roads, no access, no services. – yes no internet, no phone, no checking Facebook or histogram a million times a day – I completely tuned out. Just my hubby, myself and 8 other badass friends floating down a river and soaking in all it’s magic. Related: Visioning…Seriously, does that really work? But I have a confession.. I’d been down this river 4x times before and it’s among one of my favorite […]
Take the Leap to Fall in Love!
Love is an adventure! It is exciting, scary and if you let it, love can be spectacular. There always comes a time when you have take a leap of faith into the unknown of love. You have decide to jump in or go! It can be hard, but sometimes you have trust and leap before your love can grow and flourish! let’s fall in love Love and Big Mountain Skiing Wisdom In One It just so happens that many parallels can be drawn between jumping off a cliff and falling in love. These local Jackson Hole winter athletes are talking about big mountain riding, but their sentiments apply just as much to falling love. “When you make the leap, if you bring hesitation, if you don’t visualize the landing, it’s probably not going to work out.” –Travis Rice “It’s interesting how massive risk show us how powerful we can be,” Lynsey Dyer explains. “The thing we are afraid of shows us what we are made of.” Related: Leap of Faith- Extreme Athletes on Fear and Trust! “Everything has to come together for it all to work out. When everything feels right, you’re in the zone. It’s hard to put into […]
It’s Not All Bad! Here are 20 Good News Stories You Should Know About
video by Interesting S-Word With massive snowstorms/rainstorms and everything else that is going on with the world, it can be easy to get down. BUT… It’s not all bad, here are 20 things you might have missed recently that are all GOOD! YOU MAY LIKE
The Full Moon Eclipse Starts Off An Exciting Week!
Star Signposts: Week of Full Moon February 10 – 17 Full Moon Eclipse “Crack in the world” photograph by Lyn Dalebout There’s a crack in our world, can you feel it? Are you experiencing it in your own way? Perhaps a shell breaking open, a skin shedding, a temper erupting, a heart opening, a crossing over? The great separation is occurring as we continue to slip the bounds and bondage of our third-dimensional conditioning (so much fear). As a species, we are learning to live more openly by the rules of the emerging quantum reality, governed by the laws of our inter-dimensional selves which always embrace and embody love and connection with all of life. The below photograph is of a crack in horizontal bedrock I discovered this week. As I stood on this precipice, taking a picture and peering through this crack to the ground below, I realized I was standing on the old eroding block that would eventually fall, smashing into new formations, maybe tomorrow, or a hundred years from now ~ a day in desert time. I quickly stepped across to the stable side, attached to the Earth, and continued to ponder this erosional oracle for these times. […]