How did everyone’s Falling Back turn out? I hope you all got your extra hour of sleeping time in. We sure enjoyed ours. Well, ya know, mostly I did. Maxx’s clock didn’t quite roll back quite as smoothly.
The dream which brought our message today was long and detailed, and I very much credit it to knowing, in the back of my mind, that there would be plenty of rest (with no rushing or stress) in my “morning” time. (It was also one of the most gorgeously lit and colored.)
This makes more sense than it seems when first looked at. There’s been a wee bit of concern/a nagging question tucked away and off to the side, around these Speaking Our Truth Clearly recommendations during a retrograde phase. Especially one involving Mercury (planet of communication).
So when I heard this earlier, I knew why and how and what for. Let’s look at our daily draw and see the way it all falls in to place.
Consider the smallness of your needs and treasure what you possess.
Humankind gave Sloth this name, seeing in the apparent stillness of her neo-tropical rainforest life mere laziness, but Sloth is virtue incarnate: a perfectly balanced ecosystem. Impregnable to predators, surrounded by nourishment, and bathed by the sun, Sloth is proof to those much stronger and more active that she wants for nothing and wastes nothing.
She counsels that you treasure that which surrounds you. Squander neither love nor material things, even if they are no longer new. Then, like Sloth, relax in true prosperity.”
One of my favorite creatures, the Sloth. And when we receive words of wisdom from her it’s always so soothing. Pair this with our cautionary warning of muddled gentleness, and we’ve been given the gift of ease. Of blessed imperfection.
Yes, speak our truth. Yes, stand our ground. Yes, release the stress. But also yes, don’t be overly concerned if some of it comes out a little fuzzy. In the end, we are surrounded by exactly what we need. When we need it.
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was not where I thought I would go this afternoon, but it’s where I pedaled, for 5.341 miles, in 32 minutes 21 seconds, with an average pace of 9.9 MPH.
includes another New York that was not someone I know or love, Iowa, Arkansas, and Illinois. All of which I spotted in one parking lot, when I ended up running two errands when my card reading got canceled.
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