Just in Bangkok for a few days on my way back home to Hong Kong and as always was sorry to say cheerio to good friends on Koh Samui. For those of you who came in during the past month at both Kamalaya and at the Four Seasons there, it was truly a pleasure meeting and working with you. Many of our talks together are already on the websiteand I’ll be writing to you in due course with personalised private links and your personal recordings for your progression. Am back again in May to teach new material in the Living In The Light of Love retreat at Kamalaya, we have a great group coming together and very much looking forward to that.
For you who did the March full moon meditation and sent feedback, thank you. Great to hear your experiences. We did a woman’s circle on the beach that evening and included you all, with so much love. The thing about energy – moon and others – is that you can connect to it at any time, just recall how you felt in it and its symbology and it’ll be there for you whenever you need.
We’re now nearly at the end of this week and whether you’re into moon energy and the invisible language of Spirit or not, this Friday we’re facing a super-charged new moon so hang onto your hats. It’s also a solar eclipse and the day of the equinox when the energy of day and night is balanced so a triple energetic whammy for you to work with.
New moon energy is always about new beginnings, the potential of fresh starts, this month much magnified in terms of believing in yourself and getting on with it. It’s a big energy for you to use in love to dump old baggage, dream new dreams and letting go of stale relationships, all long past their sell-by dates. Or just letting go totally, trusting in Spirit. Multiple layers and applications here to consider. Key is to be very, very clear on what you want and forget about how/what you could/should have been/done in the past. That’s over.
Of course, for this to be a smooth journey you have to want change to happen, see the light at the beginning and end of every journey and also be willing to listen to your own inner voice. It’s always there. If not, that’s okay too, just be ready for a bumpy ride as the energy moves on anyway. Spirit has a habit of holding the reins whether we like it or not, seeing the big picture where we often don’t. Why not live in co-operation and view your own big picture too? That’s what your intuition is designed for. It’s your ‘knowing’. Stress then diminishes and inner space freed up to enjoy life even more.
What to do if you’re afraid of the future? Meditation is a good practice – there are several on the website designed to help you return to your own space, peace and see more of the larger picture of your life and I’ve just loaded one specifically for this new moon energy. Realising that whether you are afraid, or not, energy moves anyway, so you may as well enjoy the ride. Focusing on what-is rather than what-could-be or what-was is another key. Or, none of the above, taking the view that ‘whatever’ is a great option too and you’ll deal with ‘whatever’ as it filters through.
Wisdom teaching on piggybacking New Moon Energy to bring change. >> Listen here
One of the things about being human is that we always want guarantees, and that’s never possible. The only guarantee is that whenever you’re thrown a curved ball by Spirit you will always be able to deal with it if you stay in your own space (and b.r.e.a.t.h.e to keep it clear) and listen to your (inner) self. Spirit is silent and speaks in symbols, to hear you need to be in your own silence too. And then you will always be given all the tools you need to fulfill a purpose. It’s up to you to use them.
For now, though, in the (invisible) light of this new moon, focus on what makes you feel good, what makes you feel well, what you already have in your life, and grow this. I’m doing the same too.
Above picture by by Joyita Bandyopadhyay in Singapore