[Saturday 14 May 2022]
A good energy day for higher creativity. Talk to your muses.
|'Shapeshifters: archaic |
and futuristic transformers'
by Laurence James Lucas
Feel the weave of the reality tapestry, the underlying dynamic movement of life.
The playful spirit of 3 Monkey knows no boundaries and crosses the object–subject divide. The slightly intangible sense of something truly supernatural and wonderful might encroach upon your consciousness today. Was it real? Ah, well, what is real?
|Photoshopped version of |
Green forest elf © by MikeM
Today is a good day to play with the edges of consciousness, either with a cat-nap, some easy meditation or through daydreaming. Allow yourself a little drift.
Monkey is creativity, the deceptively brilliant intelligence that lies within all art and the construction of reality.
Monkey is a trickster that can appear to be playful and adolescent, yet is actually focused on weaving the fabric of reality, unseen by those who look for overly simple logical and linear constructs.
|Astral Journey, by Cameron Gray, |
image found on google
Being a 3 Day, today is not a day to complete creative tasks, but rather to allow yourself to be inspired, without attempting to finish or understand where you are heading with it. Be playful. Recognise you will waver with ideas on a 3 Day, but allow the feelings some latitude.
Subtle energy moves within your soul and it feels enlivening.
|Our trickster feline |
Nougat having a cat-nap
Note from Carey: Laurence often experienced lucid dreaming, and very often on 3 Monkey. He says of this day: ‘I seem to always have a profound astral connectivity on 3 Monkey…’
On 3 Monkey of 21 July 2009, he wrote:
‘3 Monkey started for me with an amazing lucid dream of floating across the land in a way that felt like running without running. The dream experience felt so familiar and so real. This speaks to me of the energy of dreams and how, on one hand, they remind us of a more subtle reality, while on the other hand, how subtle energy crosses into and affects our “real world”.’
|Thank you Daniel Clarke |
for permission to use this
wonderful painting of three monkeys