The stars incline. They do not compel! If you love astrology as much as I do, it’s something I bear in mind a lot. With everything, we must take the eagle’s eye and see the grand picture when it comes to our dreams, our life, and timing! We can begin to see Astrology with “new eyes” and not give it the meaning our forefathers did 100’s of years ago.
The Sun entered Gemini on May 20th, and Mercury left its shadow period. So, things are “back to normal.” This week, on May 25th, Ascension Day we have a SUPER NEW MOON! Please use this day to create your New Moon Wish LIst ( write out your wishes in the present tense : I NOW…; then tuck it away and let your subconscious attract it to you.)
Last week, I made a conscious choice to upgrade all my thinking. I say “Think.” I hope I don’t step on your toes now when I say the following: Most of us do not think. We merely regurgitate dead people’s conversations! We speak and use phrases that our great forefathers used 100+ years ago. We live in the belief systems of an antiquated world. There is much more on this in my book, Children Who Know How ToKnow http://www.ellymolina.com/about
Thoughts and language are the creative tools for the Universe. We think and speak into existence the “new.” We take ideas and create new ideas from them. Creating new ideas happens when there is an awareness of the Self and awareness of what you are thinking, rather than to habitually repeat antiquated phrases. When someone has a new idea, I’ve often heard another person respond by saying, “What’s wrong with you?” Is there anything generative or creative in that question?
Last week, I revisited the 1st of the 9 insights from The Celestine Prophecy. The first insight is looking for synchronicities in all our encounters. I have spent the last two weeks in this reality and it’s been truly amazing and miraculous. It’s demonstrated more and more our interconnectedness ( more on that in my book, too!)
The second insight is about Historical Perspectives. This is also known as the Episteme of historical thinking; dead people’s conversations that we use without conscious thought.
This week, I’ve consciously chosen to generate conversation. Generating conversation means creating new thoughts, speaking on new topics, and not repeating historically dead conversations of the past. It requires thinking! I’m excited about this as a possibility and I hope you are, too!
If you would like to learn more about this, please let me know and share your questions with me. I would love to hear from you!