It’s been an interesting day. I have been funnelling the energy of the eclipse down into the Earth, along with many other beings. I look huge if I step back and see myself, Mt. Everest comes up to my waist, my arms are open with the energy flowing downwards for hours and hours. A line has been drawn energetically and the eclipse is a physical manifestation of that line. The effect is that of closing a door firmly on everything that has come before, and walking away. The future is here.
I thought I would like to see what is happening to the planet on a larger scale, so I asked the Being who is the Sun if he’d mind if I popped in and looked at the Earth through his eyes. That was interesting! I had to let go of every photograph I’d ever seen of space, the ones that only use three dimensions. I found myself in a solar system full of colour and energy, and there was Earth in the distance – convulsing under the effects of the solar eclipse. I asked the Moon what was her role in all of this, and she said she was like the minute hand on a clock sweeping past, a timer. This was the start of a new period for Earth. The convulsing energy would eventually produce a shedding of her skin, like a butterfly from a chrysalis. You wouldn’t want a butterfly to stay in her chrysalis forever?
The effect on humanity looks like it will be hard to stay on our feet, to stay balanced. This will not affect everyone in the same way, and my guides made a point of urging me to fly as the easiest way to cope with what is coming next. Nothing stays the same, and the physical always follows the energetic. The immediate effect you may notice is that events speed up. Like large rocks tumbling down a slope faster and faster causing a mess of confusion, and being a bit dangerous and hard to control. Those who follow a spiritual path have tools and gifts to help them cope, just make sure you use them. And remember that whatever you do for the Earth to help her, either physically or energetically will be noted and appreciated. It is part of our contract here to help the Earth.
What was your day like?