A day that is flowing and moving with abundance and light.
Be the dance. Aesthetics and rhythm.
The energy of today is dissipative; it will unlock blocks in your energy field and get your energy moving.
|One of LjL's Cityscape paintings of Hong Kong,|
a city of great glamour and allure, and one he loved
An orderly outpouring of expression that leads to a gentle implosion that penetrates the fabric of your reality.
This timewave, Foredawn or Dark Night, is the 13-day period that creates a new space, a new womb. Today, 6 Rabbit or Star, we can connect to the expansion or expenditure of light.
The Star must spend its energy before it implodes into a black hole/white hole. The black hole/white hole is the portal or wormhole to another level of creation.
|Image originally found on Google, |
'enhanced' a little using Photoshop
Quite simply, today means allowing yourself to express the stream of ideas and imaginings and to put out your creative expression as part of the process of emptying.
You might also find you are moving through your personal menu of pleasure, addictive habits and attractions to the glamour and allures of the shiny, glossy surface of the world.
|The Glamour of Hong Kong|
Image found on Google, from here
[Extra message from Laurence to contemplate on 6 Rabbit:]
The gradual formation of our present calendar and clock can be traced back to the beginnings of recorded history: Egypt, Sumer and Ancient China. The mechanical clock appeared in the 1300s and Pope Gregory adjusted the calendar to its present form in 1582.
This process has been one of increasing order and mechanisation for convenience, and it underlies today’s modern social structure as it creates the first requisite for civilisation – moral order, regulation and the class system, in short the civil calendar and its attendant frequency, which is necessary for civil matters.
|Photo of the Prague Astronomical Clock |
by Steve Collis from Melbourne, Australia
Image found on Wikimedia
The problem is that we have become unconscious of the natural real-time frequencies of the body and nature, such as the real day of 23 hours and 56 minutes, which accounts for the incremental changes of Sunrise, the Moon Cycle and the yearly quarters.
In the contemporary era, we are experiencing a ‘culture of speed’, in the sense that there is ‘not enough time’. This is a natural progression from the idealised civil timeframe. The time frequency under which we currently operate (24/7, tick tock, tick tock, time is running out) and our disconnection from natural timeframes supports a moral order based on the concept of ‘time is money’, which ironically means that our society has become relatively unethical, artificial and fragile.
|Graphic by LjL|
According to that frequency of consciousness, we have run out of time; we are in debt, lacking resources and overpopulated. Within that timeframe, the thinking is that we need more artificial control and order; we need to conserve and hold everything together. However, this approach is in fact the problem, not the solution.
Open to the expansiveness and abundance of a larger timeframe and natural time.
|This artist's impression shows the debris of a star |
torn apart after wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole.
Credit: NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center from here
The organic impulse of evolution means that the imperative is to once again connect to nature, whilst operating within multiple time–space frames. Whether we like it or not, we are subject to an array of timeframes, frequencies and cycles...
One of the largest timeframes we are subject to and can access is the Mayan Long Count Calendar, which logs the Galactic scale as experienced by body and soul. I remind you that in that timeframe, we have just entered a new evolutionary era [post-2012, in other words, the end of one Long Count cycle and the beginning of another] and are attempting to plug into a cosmic scale of abundance.