Sunday, 17 April 2022

2 Lizard (Seed)

[Sunday 17 April 2022. FULL MOON 02:55 HK time]

Today we see the inherent duality of our intentions and evolutionary impulses. We want two different realities simultaneously.

One intention is safe; the other is more risky. Both come with a consequence. What is the cost of each and which one are you prepared to pay?

The question then might be, ‘But I cannot choose! Isn’t some resolution of this paradox available?’

The result of this energy is that we might have moments of complete inertia. The best thing to do is to hold both intentions and to feel the differences. The tension will create some energy for tomorrow and you will benefit from being conscious of the polarity within you today. Tomorrow brings forward momentum in the shape of vitality.

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Or: We might see the two opportunities sprouting from the same junction. These are the bifurcating potentials of reality, akin to the growth of a plant as it sprouts new stems.

Life is abundant. To live in abundance, we need intentionality and grace, so as not to be overwhelmed. Make choices – but hold those choices lightly.

I remind you that the energy of this timewave (Foredawn) is to allow some empty space of mystery to develop; to create a fecund space within the psyche. Face the shadow with an attitude devoid of solution-orientated logic. Open up your energy to the mystery and embrace the feeling of expectation.

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Consciousness reflects upon itself. This is the movement of consciousness; the movement of consciousness is what we know as Time and Space.

The question you may ask concerning a resolution of the paradox should be held for now as a question. Allow the polarity to exist.

LjL and the bifurcating plant,
Tropical Spice Gardens,
Penang, Malaysia

1 comment:

  1. Aloha dear Carrie!!! Yes, Jeanne-Rachel and I are still on this planet...and it is good to come back to visit one of your posts! We are utterly swamped in home renovation and then the putting everything back together again...sigh!
    Blessings to you way over there in Hong Kong! Much love, Robert and Jeanne-Rachel