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In case you hadn't noticed, we are smack bang in the middle of Eclipse season.

Our first one was last Thursday, and we have another two to come over the next month or so.

This in some respects, is kind of like riding a roller coaster - life is throwing some serious curve balls, and you have to have your game on to still be standing even relatively straight.  

But along with all the crazy, left field-edness, dissatisfaction and frustration there will also be some deep down and dirty in your soul, great stuff.  Things which will give you a little bit of a tingle and makes you think, Oooooohhhh, what if...

I know, I know keep focussed and stay in the moment and I understand that, but Eclipse Season doesn't rock and roll like that.  Eclipses force you to look outside the square, they make you look at things and go, That could be interesting... Hmmmm, I could do that... my personal favourite of, Well, well, well eh?  I didn't realize you felt that way about me... not to mention the WTF! You have got to be kidding me...

Don't give me that look, it's Eclipse Season and it's going to rattle your bones.  

All of them.    

So, for the next 8 weeks I've decided to consciously throw out normal.

I've decided to dive into the waves and body surf the Tsunami that's coming. To throw out all limitations, step away from any "plans" and just take every moment as it comes and decide only in, on should I say, at the moment.

And I'm going to stop being adult like about things.

I'm a bit tired of adulting to be honest.  It's been quite demanding recently. Mostly because I've had to reset my soul.  Which in layman's terms means that I've had to shuffle things round a little bit.  Had to nudge and shift and move things to get a newer, better picture.  Because the old picture had flaws.  

Which surprised me because I thought I had things in place.  In fact, if you'd asked me, I would have patted myself on the back for a job well done.

For doing the right thing.  For being an adult.

Stupid, stupid girl.

But that's what I mean about Eclipses.  What you think you have in place, you don't.  And what is deep, dark and disturbing will be found out and brought into the light.  By accident, by choosing Door number 1 instead of Door number 2 or by that freaky caterpillar walking up your spine coincidence. So, it can be challenging to walk this time.  

But, and I don't know about you, I want an authentic life, so if it works out that I've dropped the ball or things have stopped working or there is sneaky hidden shi*te, then I want to know about it.  

And to be fair, Eclipses highlight what is not working, they don't make things not work.  

But anyway, for the next 8 weeks, the Moon and I are hanging out.  We're getting our groove on and doing the huju hands.

Happy Eclipsing, baby.

Wishing you much love and abundance and a truly courageous heart.

T and Spirit