Note to Newsletter Readers: For a couple of months, I fooled around with different formats and writing schedules, but I’m going back to the usual: On the 1st, a monthly newsletter posted on my blog and website, and I’ll also send out the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Yearly(winter) editions to email subscribers. Someone wrote me here in German (!) about the Mayan New Year predictions from ’09, inspiring me to do another Mayan Calendar prediction article for 2011, but we shall see…
Three things to remember about Fall 2010:
Forceful actions are called for this Fall: perhaps you need an operation, or you must cut something or someone out of your life; this is a good time to do it. Acting aggressively when necessary, people charge ahead with their lives.
“Prudence” is this season’s watchword: Be sober, circumspect, and willing to take profits as in “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.”
“Orderliness” is another quality to invoke. It’s a detail-oriented time, when people are perfecting things, getting things done, and briskly, brusquely, releasing what no longer fits.
A spiritual message: “We are here to bring hope, through loving actions, forcefully expressed” say the spirits that enliven many this Fall. A powerful new brand of freedom-bringing creativity is emerging, exemplified by “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart’s October “Rally for Sanity” in Washington D.C. (According to the spirits, the balance shifted this past August, and now a significant number of people move towards a middle ground of stability, reason, and greater lucidity. Personally, I did not read about or notice any such shift in August. I am only reporting the message I got for Fall. It started out: “Blessed be this August, when so much changed in the world.” and ended with: “We are growing stronger, more people joining the ranks of the sane of heart, from their respective platforms and political parties. We are all one, and growing stronger.“)
Fall requirement: Very little baggage. Baggage as in: lies you’re caught in, devious dealings…oh, the havoc they can wreak! People are merciless in the pursuit of personal/political goals this fall, and being at odds with somebody makes a person vulnerable. (Sounds like we can expect some more outrageous exposes headlined in the news!)
For those embarking on a new direction in life:
Walking on new paths, step by step,
Who knows where it goes,
what comes to you now?
Comment: You won’t get a big picture now, just what to do step by step, and learning as you go, confidence grows, with the suggestion that new paths open up into a wider world than first considered.
Elissa Heyman, spiritual healing and psychic insights, http://www.elissaheyman.com, in person or by telephone, Visa/MC, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 505-982-3294