Move into resonance with the unsentimental narrator of the consciousness environment today.
Listen and tune in to what is being said to you today.
Life is always talking to us and through us, even if we spin it and filter it through our own ego. Today the magic might arise through hearing a colder, even harsher appraisal of our life. If so, listen to it. Although it may appear unkind at first, hidden between the lines of the message you receive is a truth that can activate your own empowered lucidity. If the day starts out foggy, overwhelming and confusing, it is because you are receiving data from all over the cosmos. Stay with it and clarity will emerge.
Wind is the activator, it separates things that need to be separated, clarified, differentiated and where we are stuck or inert Wind blows away the obstacles and get our energy moving. The divine breath can appear harsh, but this is often the inevitable effect of gaining basic clarity through the division of what is and what is not required in our life.
Seven days are the halfway of the timewave, they are in equal relationship to 1 and 13, the beginning and end and therefore are resonant with the whole timewave.
Seven is the number of basic resonant truth, the general soft focus holistic truth. Things look different depending upon your position, your perspective, but seven brings us the universal generalized truth, not the sophisticated truth but the common sense foundation. This manifests as the basic ethic in life, we all know what is basically wrong and what is basically right.
More complex discernment is required above this basic level of the common sense ethical fuzzy but true enough foundation for civilized behaviour and civilization.
The model of the seven chakra and the corresponding seven fold layers of the aura is a fuzzy but basically true view of the energy field. I have been working with the energy field for over 20 years and I know it is far more complex than that but the essential seven fold model still holds up as the foundation of understanding.
Seven on average, is the quantity of things we can hold easily in our mind at any one time.