August 21

Today we enter into the final moments of what I truly hope has been an incredible season of change for each one of us.

I have been working on personal growth and change for a long time now. Years. What I am doing here is just the beginning of the task I have set myself.

As the eclipse passes keep your intentions, the person you want to be, the person you know you are, close to heart. Know, without a doubt, that during this sacred time we are closer to the Divine than we will ever be. That She is listening. That She knows our hearts. That She will listen to every single one of us. That this is as close as we will ever get to truly choosing the direction of our path. To choose who we really are. That the Divine will help us because She want us to be those people. Because She loves us.

It doesn’t matter if you’re in the outer edges or nowhere near this event because it’s a global event. Literally. Our moon blocks the sun and our planet lines up behind the moon.

You can not say you weren’t there.

We will all be there.

I’ll see you on the other side.

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  1. I’ve been working on my personal growth for years as well. I was 38 when I realized I needed to do more. Be more. Find me. Become the me that I was born to be. Six years later I’m still working on it, and will forever, but at least now I know my path. Hopefully, the other side will be both our time to shine.

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    1. I came out of a self imposed isolation that lasted seven years around this time last year and stepped fully into the light of my path late in the year.

      Now is always the time to make changes but sometimes Now lasts a little longer than we expect.

      Not this time.

      The other side will be exactly what we make it.

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  2. From the things that you’ve mentioned in past posts, I’d love to sit down and hear your story. I’m all about people’s stories. Self imposed isolation, homelessness, and finding your path late in life. I bet you have quite a life story.

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    1. It’s long and tedious and dull and full of melancholy and disaster in a Russian novel sort of way. Hardly worth repeating except to provide occasional insights to where the lessons came from.

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  3. When I read this on Sunday evening it resonated with me and I couldn’t sleep as I knew I had to tell somebody some news I was nervous about. I did it and it was the best thing to do…..the outcome I had no control of but I went with it. Thankyou ✌️

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