There's an energy of hysteria in the air this week, stirred by fears involving a host of things taking center stage in global discussions. We knew 2020 would arrive with many high-stakes issues. Growing uncertainty is being felt across the planet because of many things beyond our immediate control: the corona virus, the stock market, the US elections, and the climate crisis. Continue reading to learn how to stay calm, and why you must.
If you are like most of us, you feel a combination of anger and discouragement about the state of our world in 2020. Indeed, things have gotten crazier, more explosive, more petty, and more unsettling. What's unfolding now is a magnified version of what we experienced in the last part of 2019. Division, polarity, and hateful exchanges seem like they are at an all-time high. For us sensitives, this can feel brutal. Continue reading to know how to productively respond to this craziness.
We're in a pivotal moment of change, the energies shifting again this week. On some level, we are still processing the energy gateway of the January 12 rare Capricorn conjunction involving Saturn and Pluto. That transformational catalyst will remain with us in 2020. The big picture is we are collectively involved in preparing for a new Earth. On a personal level this requires us to re-evaluate many things about how we live, what we truly want, and what actions we must take. Continue reading for examples and suggestions of how to navigate this juncture.
Twenty-twenty is here! The intense energy build-up we've all felt since 2019 has arrived. It involves rare planetary cycles catalyzing mega changes in society. Some of them haven't happened for hundreds of years. Be prepared for a year of many beginnings and endings. Continue reading to better understand what this means for you, your loved ones, and the Earth.
As we near the end of 2019 there is an increasing intensity in the air. Emotions are more on the surface. Many people are challenged staying centered enough to avoid overreacting or jumping into a scenario they later will find problematic. The tensions involved with handling a multitude of things…