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The power of the end of the year 2012 PDF Print E-mail


We have thought about the arrival of this time - We have completed practices in anticipation of this time - The time has arrived and the energy is powerful. I share this with you form our friends at The Power Path.

Storm Sandy was an incredibly powerful event and we all know what the physical aspects were of this amazing and devastating storm. Sandy is a true agent of change, birthed of wind and water, sweeping through previously perceived stable environments, wreaking havoc, chaos and destruction in its wake. There are always consequences to a catastrophic event, and its aftermath sends energetic shock waves throughout the whole planet, not just those who were physically present and engaged.

As we near the end of this year with all of its predictions of massive change, what comes to mind is a need to shut down the computer of life as it currently functions and take it off line in order to install a new operating system. This new system is a vibrational improvement but the process creates a temporary chaos where things cease to function.

New York's Manhattan and the surrounding area has always been and continues to be a major pulse in the global network of economy and life in the fast track. No one would have ever consciously chosen or agreed to a shut down of all systems in a busy

metropolis. But maybe that is exactly what is needed; philosophically speaking, a symbolic cleaning of the old to make way for the new and a complete shutting down of the current system to make space for something new.


Quite literally, trash and debris in buildings and streets that has been tucked into corners and well hidden, is being brought to the surface for cleaning. Symbolically this is encouraging us to look at where and how we hide our own emotional and energetic "trash" (or maybe even physical) and make a conscious effort to do some clearing of our own.

I suspect that the power behind this perfect storm and the energy in its wake will inspire and encourage each one of us to clean our own closets, think about what is truly important and stop wasting time and emotional energy on bad habits and things that don't matter.

Large events of this nature produce large amounts of power that can be harnessed and used productively and proactively. The full moon on October 29 carried a theme of asking for and dreaming big. The power and energy created by the storm can be a huge support for big dreams if used wisely. Big power is actually necessary to fuel a big transition such as what we are facing as a planet.

Something else that needs to be paid attention to is the re-grounding of yourself to the earth. When survival issues come up after an event of this magnitude creating anxiety in the system, a lack of grounding can make you feel spaced out and unbalanced with a lack of focus. So spend a few moments and re ground yourself to the earth's frequency no matter how unstable it may feel. At least you will be tethered. The instability you feel is an effect of the great change and transition presently occurring on the planet. This is it.

Lastly, it is important always to look towards the endless possibilities of what amazing events, relationships, insights, changes, progress, prosperity, major decisions, and community will manifest out of this event and any others that may follow.

November Forecast 2012

This is a month that will require you to pay attention, be present, and have both hands on the wheel. Turbulence can throw you off, up, down, and sideways. Although we will certainly have physical manifestations of this theme, much of the turbulence will be experienced as your own internal processes around your relationships, your choices, your decisions, what you believe to be true, and your perceptions of how things are.

It will be a testy time with conflict ready to insert itself if it sees an opening. Martyrdom is well at work, as throwing blame around becomes the name of the game. Addictions, energy leaks, bad behavior, judgment and violent reactions to situations out of your control can all surface if you are not careful, present, and paying attention with both hands on the wheel.

How do you manage turbulence?

You navigate through it. If you stop and stand still, you will be tossed about like a boat without a rudder. The only way to successfully navigate is to keep moving forward while steering with both hands on the wheel. You cannot afford to get distracted or you will be turned upside down and land in the ditch. So keep your eyes open and on the road, know where you are going and don't let yourself get distracted by the voices that tempt you towards petty dramas, arguing your point, being right, needing to know, blaming others and not speaking your truth.

We are in a great time of completion before the next cycle begins. Think about the things you really do not wish to drag like a ball and chain into the next cycle. The turbulence you feel may be your own indecision, confusion, attachment and insecurity making it difficult for you to feel secure, balanced and on track.

Turbulence is a product of instability in the environment. At this time nothing is fixed and therefore everything is unstable causing turbulence. The best tool you can have during turbulent times is your own resilience and flexibility. If you take your eyes off the road or one hand off the wheel and suddenly find yourself upside down in a ditch, get up, dust yourself off and keep going.

Revisit your expectations of yourself and others. Expectations will stop the flow of energy much like coming to a stop while in the middle of turbulence. Remove all expectations and take a look at the current landscape in which you are navigating. Be present with what is, not what you expect it to be. Be willing to change your mind, your plans, your views and your life.

This is an incredibly exciting time and there is great power and even exhilaration in navigating through turbulence. This is not boring. If you find yourself bored, you are surely not on the right track.

We have 2 eclipses this month adding fuel to the fire and insuring that there is no turning back. We must go forward and learn to ride the surfboard of our own intentionality if we are to ride the wave of life and of our future. The view is certainly better from the top than it is from underneath.

Be sure to check out The Power Path for their monthly forecasts and class offerings


To affect the quality of the day, that is the highest of arts.
— Henry David Thoreau

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