The full moon yesterday was even stronger and more powerful than the one before. In the days leading up to it the anticipation of it caused fractured, tense energies and some of you may have found yourselves tired, perhaps iritable, and having difficulty in sleeping. You may have felt de-motivated, and lots of little things may have gone wrong. It was all to do with the coming full moon. Now that it is on the wane, hopefully you will be feeling better.
I have talked before about our environment being a barometer of what is happening in the world and beyond, and also in ourselves. Where I live, the weather patterns have been remarkable for their fluctuations during this time. We have had mild clear sunny days interspersed with cold soggy ones, snowy days, windy days and icy days - all in the last week. Yesterday was warm, damp and grey, but when I went down to my pond last night the skies had cleared and the moon and stars were parading their magnificence beautifully, breathtakingly. I awoke to a severe frost and frozen pond water, but now, a couple of hours later, there is heavy fog. The fog will linger, I believe and may indeed thicken during the day.
This shifting weather sums up what lies ahead for us certainly until the new moon and to a degree until Easter and even beyond. There will be interspersed bouts of clarity and transparency and what has been hidden will come to light, but there will also be confusion and obfuscation clouding the truth. It may feel a bit chaotic around you. However, you yourself will feel strong and purposeful - even if you don't know precisely where you are going! There is no need for the external vacillations to affect you, and they will not - unless you choose to let it happen. If you find yourself caught up in it all, don't resist, rather, feel it, see it, and let it pass without judgment. It is a time for observation and understanding, in the knowledge it is all for the greatest good.