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Tis the Season to Be Jolly

on December 21, 2010

Christmas is not the only reason to be jolly this year.  We just experienced a Lunar Eclipse, Solstice convergence last night that was last seen 372 years ago and will not occur again for 84 years.  It is possible that some will see this occurrence again; however the significance of this particular eclipse is compounded by several factors!

We all know that heavenly bodies shift energies here on earth in a cosmic dance called the Universe.  The energies surrounding this event are ones of change, release of old thought patterns and karmas.  Energies are being reflected now with greater intensity than we have ever felt, so many people are reacting to this change in different ways.  Notice how you feel right now and know this is an opportunity to take a leap forward on your journey of Spiritual Growth.  Stay positive so this is the energy that is magnified, if you allow yourself to be frustrated, angered or depressed this is the energy that will be magnified.  I know that many of my friends have been struggling through depression lately and understandably so.  These are life altering changes we are experiencing.  Stay Positive and know it gets better!  The energies today after the eclipse are much more positive than I was feeling before.  But it does not end here.

The next big Spiritual event we can look forward to is 1-1-11 (No I did not forget Christmas, see blog Dec 12th).  This is New Years day and it symbolizes Oneness.  Since I am not an astrologer I do not know the planet influences here, but I do know that numerologically speaking this is a time of opportunity and hope.  It is a time to celebrate Oneness!  The interdependence with all life and all beings rules this day.  Know that you are one with all people, all animals, all plants, all minerals, and even the very earth which is vibrant life, we call her Gaia.  We are One.  Through this realization we are all empowered 😉

“Four partial solar and two total lunar eclipses take place in 2011. This 4:2 combination of solar and lunar eclipses in a single year is rather rare with only six cases during the 21st Century (2011, 2029, 2047, 2065, 2076 and 2094). The first and last eclipses always occur in January and December.” (NASA 2010)

January 4, 2010 will be our first solar eclipse of 2011 and only 14 days after the lunar eclipse last night.  These are indeed dynamic times!  In the summer we have three solar eclipses in a 30 day period, every two weeks!  So the shifts occurring will continue to be dynamic throughout the year, again with changes coming Oct. 28th with the end of the Mayan Calendar.  I interpret this to be the end of this cycle of consciousness which has lasted ~25,000 years and begins a new cycle.  Many souls will choose to leave earth at this time or near to it.    

Many are looking at this time as a Spiritual graduation ceremony, and it certainly could be that for many people.  Graduations are joyous times and when you focus on Joy and the good that is present in your life, you get more of it.  Blessings on your journey of Love 😉

🙂 Sequoia Elisabeth

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