Life has been very now-centric since the March Equinox and Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse in early April. At first, I resisted the incoming waves of energy. The impact was immediate and intense. A dramatic outburst of negative energy unleashed. It was painful, hard to put into words. I was angry about still finding myself holding onto things I thought I had let go. I was doing the same work again!
I had to relax into the flow. On my way into West Yellowstone in late April, I drove right into some foreboding clouds. It was obvious I was driving into something existential. My heart felt waves of sorrow. I was sick that night and did not rest well. The next morning I learned of the earthquake in Nepal. My children’s grandparents and extended family are from Kathmandu. Thankfully everyone is okay. These events leave me wondering if this is what it feels like to experience unity consciousness? If so, I can’t wait to feel unity joy!
It seems like I gave up meditation and healing for a while. My body needed a break. Ascension is all consuming. The learning curve is straight up. The emotional pain and physical symptoms are challenging to say the least. The sensation of my crown opening up so I can shed my skin occurs often throughout the day. I wouldn’t give it up for anything. I am here for this, whatever this is and I am going to do what I am here to do!
I started wondering within the last week what it is I have been doing lately. That’s when I remembered I am growing. I have been creating organic beauty products with therapeutic grade essential oils. It is so much fun! I will never buy lip balm again. The people around me are enjoying my creations. It feels great to express myself in new ways.
My goal this Father’s Day weekend is to soak up as much Sun as possible. I am going to grow some new DNA strands! At the very least I will be getting my Vitamin D.
The water in the dog’s fish was frozen over this morning. The weather has been warm for a few weeks. The days are still getting shorter and colder.
The Self-centered tarot card of the day is Master of Crystals from the Sirian Starseed Tarot deck by Patricia Cori illustrated by Alysa Bartha. The image on the card is a crystal skull reminiscent of Sha-na-ra or Max. Both powerful energies who communicate their wisdom and knowledge to fortunate individuals.
I love this card. Crystals have become a big part of my life over the last couple of years. I have always had an interest, but in April 2012 my amethyst cluster had a piezoelectric exchange with me via my heart chakra. Things have been different ever since. Many crystals are now part of my life.
Yesterday I mediated in the Sun with my red Lemurian sunrise Andara crystal. The Sun was powerful. The crystal and I were sharing information as the Sun nearly overwhelmed me with new information.
Interestingly, after my meditation, I was shopping for crystals and learned the crystal is an ascension tool. The crystal assists one in awakening to self-knowledge ushering in the Age of Aquarius.
According to Cori the Master has, “an inner strength and knowledge of the domain of the suit represented.” Having “achieved mastery of his own process, overcoming the ego-self, and reaching pure consciousness…” Cori describes the suit of Crystals “the flower of the mineral kingdom” having the ability to “embrace abundance, without being addicted to it.”
I am honored to have drawn this card today. Crystals are beauty flowers from the Earth’s core. I love them, always have, always will.
Today was cold! Makes me shiver just thinking about it. The sky was clear blue until this evening when the clouds started rolling in. Hopefully it will snow.
Today’s card is Seeker of Flames from the Sirian Starseed Tarot by Patricia Cori and Alysa Bartha. The image on the card is that of a woman before the statute of a male diety holding a flame in his palm.
This image just doesn’t do it for me. A seeker of flame, the spirit, the eternal spark within represented by a woman who appears to be begging for knowledge. No, I am the living archetype of the Seeker of Flame. I look within, not without. A more appropriate image would we a woman ensconced in the violet flame of healing and spiritual knowledge. A flame bursting forth from her own heart.
Cori and Bartha say, “While there is spiritual immaturity in this essence, it (The Seeker) carries a sense of childlike wonder and an innocence that is very disarming.” The image conjured in these words is contrary to that on the card. The Seeker begging another, the male, for answers. Do we still have to be subjected to these archetypes? I expect more from my “Ascension” tools.
Lindy Cowling said it best, “Ascension is descension into the heart.” The Seeker descends from the ego-centred mind to reside in the compassionate ever giving heart. My way out of my head and back to my heart is meditation.