A Time to Let Go and To Transform

I have been very quiet these last few days after Christmas, fully enjoying the stillness of the season, sleeping in, reading, nesting, guarding my time, meditating, and journeying inward...

Tomorrow is New Year's Eve - it is the end of one year - and the beginning of another...

Tomorrow is also a Blue Moon - the second Full Moon in a month, and there will also be partial eclipse, visible in parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Eclipses are metaphysically about change and letting go, and inviting into your life what you really want to be and to reflect in deeds and words. This interesting moment, created by the confluence of a Full Moon, eclipse, and a year's end, also invites us to more deeply examine our lives, and set intentions for what we would like to manifest in the coming year.

Everything I have been reading of late, or hearing from intuitives is pointing the way towards a year exhorting greater transformation of hearts, and souls, and minds...

I wrote to a dear friend about a week ago, that I was reflecting on the Greek word "metanoia," which for the early Christians implied a change of heart, and conversion of lifestyle. I have been ardently praying for this in the last week.

As we end one year, and dance our way into another, may we let go of whatever does not serve, and all the self-limiting talk and beliefs that hold us back. Let us give intent to become most fully whom we are meant to be. Let the love in our hearts blossom and be shared with all the awaiting hearts around us. Let us be all that we can be, and make this coming year and world a better one!

"Love generously,
praise loudly,
live fully."
~ Elsa Porter

"The future belongs to those
who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
~ Eleanor Roosevelt

"It is not because things are difficult
that we do not dare;
it is because we do not dare
that they are difficult."
~ Seneca

"Go deep,
confront your resistance,
investigate your shadows,
and open your heart."
~ @GenaLivings

Comments

Samanthea Grace said…
You so Rock, Olga! Blessings.
Olga Rasmussen said…
Thanks Samanthea! Back at ya!

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