Thursday 18 February 2021

8 Crocodile

[Thursday 18 February 2021]

Today, 8 Crocodile, make the commitment to move into accepting who you are and feeling the nourishment that life is looking to give to you.

Composite created by Carey
using images found on Google

Nurture yourself and others. Be patient with your desire to renew your life; set a deep resolve for change that recognises and acknowledges the reality of how ingrained your habits are.

Activities that emphasise sustenance and maintenance are in accord with the Mayan energy of the day. Practical activities that support the nourishment of your life are highlighted. Keep your life going, and feel the viscous emergence of that which is emerging.

A day of commitment to essential acceptance and trust.

Avalokiseshvra/Kuan Yin Bodhisatva
   Image found on Google

Being the Mystery

Crocodile is also the primal force that gives birth to all things. What new undifferentiated essence has been born in you? The birth of energy today is one of appreciation, lovingness, protection and care, rather than a surge forward with any goal-orientated project.

Whatever you are doing, simply appreciate the juice of life and sustain life with a sense of the slow, forward movement that emerges from the depths of your primal roots.

Feel into the mystery and recognise the ongoing emanation that springs from the Goddess.

Ganga, the Crocodile Goddes
Image found on Google

[Extra message from Laurence to contemplate on 8 Crocodile:] 

Healing Superstars

One of the myths of the new age is that to heal ourselves means to rid ourselves of our stuff.

I suggest ‘healing’ actually means acceptance, accepting all the levels of one’s being. You were a child and now you have an inner child – I don’t care if you are a world leader, a guru, a political journalist or a hard-nosed scientist, that brat and/or little sweetie still lives within.

Image from here

The healing is the acceptance, which then allows us to gain some detachment from the lower levels of our psyche. We do not need to be ruled by those lower levels, but we can acknowledge and accept them.

Photos of our life here on Lamma Island:
Triple Goddess Power Station;
Yung Shue Wan Bay
(with a three-pronged wind turbine in the background over the hill);
Triple Goddess Tree in Tai Peng village.
Views like this provide nourishment and help us feel
'the ongoing emanation that springs from the Goddess'.

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