Monthly September, 2012
In a world of fast food and fifty different ways to catch that TV show it’s easy to get lost, to assume that everything works on demand with nothing more than a flick of a switch and it’s there.
Of course that’s not the case for your soul, your personality is enjoying the trivia, and so it should, but your soul is more interested in how you react to those real people around you, how you work with the lessons you’ve chosen to embrace in this life, good and not so great. Past life work shows us that it’s a long road and even a seemingly insignificant little thing can grow and grow and take lifetimes to resolve if not tackled.
Karma often gets bad press but the simple truth is you created it, it’s yours to resolve. Nobody else will do it for you, they will support you, help you see possible scenarios but nobody, earthly or not, can remove it for you without putting the work in. Taking personal responsibility is required, the planet of responsibility himself, Saturn, governs Karma.
Saturn teaches us that life moves in cycles and as such these patterns are easy to spot when you stop long enough to see them, when you meditate, contemplate or talk things over with like minded souls. He is about to move, October 5th, into the sign of Scorpio. If you know where that is in your natal chart it will give you an idea of what sort of challenges and blessings you’re likely to see. Scorpio is the sign of the psychic, occult and what’s usually hidden from view. Usually. But don’t see this move as something to worry about, see it as an amazing opportunity to take what you’re soul knows and work with it to clear away what you no longer need.
Also consider that sometimes you have done the work but haven’t acknowledged it, haven’t noticed how much you’ve changed and the old memories are cluttering up your subconscious and need to be released, or you’re ignoring the wonderfully positive things Karma has brought you; Know Thyself.
Now is the time to work on your Karmic path, to commit to looking at uncomfortable truths perhaps, and whilst it won’t be a quick fix for some the de-cluttering of the soul is well worth the effort, turns up the shine, increases the sparkle and leads the way for others to follow.
In a world of fast food and fifty different ways to catch that TV show it’s easy to get lost, to assume that everything works on demand with nothing more than a flick of a switch and it’s there. Of course that’s not the case for your soul, your personality is enjoying the trivia,