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A Vision for the New Year, 2010

December 31st, 2009

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We are starting the New Year with some powerful astrological configurations.  I have a background in astrology, but am not a practicing astrologer.  I am a symbolist working from the level of vibration and resonance.  However, having a sun in Capricorn makes it hard to miss all the energies coming this way in that sign. 

Today heralds the New Year with a Lunar eclipse (Moon in Cancer opposite Sun in Capricorn, both squaring Saturn for good measure).¬† Looking at this configuration from my perspective reveals a beautiful isosceles triangle with a baseline of the parenting axis (Cancer – Capricorn and the Moon – Sun or¬†the mother – father archetypes).¬† The peak of the triangle is anchored in the Saturnian realm of our perception of reality, which leads us to ask a serious question.¬† Are we parenting ourselves?¬† Are we truly integrating the mother/father axis and embracing ourselves and our view of others with a connected wholeness?¬† Are we releasing old stereotypes?¬† Are we able to see with the large golden eyes of a 10 foot tall, blue ‘Avatar’?¬† By the way, I recommend that movie from the depths of my being!

Let’s talk a bit more about this powerful triangle which is introducing our New Year, 2010, a ‘3’ year!¬† A triangle is the first form possible in geometry and embodies the creative principle.¬† So the question now becomes:¬† are we living our lives from a place of wholeness, immersed in the creativity of doing what we love and knowing that our passion is the key to universal resonance?¬† A powerful thought for a powerful New Year!¬† Speaking for myself, I say ‘YES’!¬† And I wish you a spiraling Symbala and Happy New Year!

In Loving Resonance,

Lahrinda

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Comment by arlene arnold
2009-12-31 16:08:31

Thank you for this way of setting the energy for the New Year. I’ve been thinking about what colors are special for 2010. Seems like gold (the father), silver (the mother) and a light blue/turquoise for the Avatar that we are. That color of blue/turquoise has lots of light that shines out into universes. Its meaning is integrity–living in the wholeness of what our soul is choosing to create through us. Here’s to our amazing creations in 2010!!!

 

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