The Week Ahead

Monday June 29 through Sunday July 5

Astrological Highlights for the week: Highlights for the week: Jupiter aligns with Pluto on Monday; Retrograding Saturn returns to Capricorn on Wednesday; Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Capricorn on Saturday. 

Ok, I admit I got really long-winded this week. And yes, there is lots to talk about! Please feel free to pick and choose and skip ahead. Even my own sister has suggested that maybe I need to think about the “Cliff Notes” version for those who don’t want to read all the technical stuff! Sisters! I think I’ll blame it on Mars moving into Aries – its got me all worked up. 

Monday – Big news and auspicious energy as Jupiter and Pluto meet up in Capricorn. On average, the planet of expansion (Jupiter) and the planet of transformation (Pluto) come together about every 13 years. When Jupiter began a new 12 month cycle in Capricorn last December, it set the stage for the two planets to rendezvous. Jupiter first touched base with Pluto on April 4 th of this year and now moving retrograde will return for a repeat performance. 
 
In the earthy sign of Capricorn, this hookup has the power to rock our worlds. Generally Jupiter speaks to our need to find more meaning in our lives, to see patterns, to identify truth, and to develop philosophies. Pluto is associated with change and transformation, but not the kind that is usually described as gentle, subtle or restrained. When we put these two energies together, a special version of alchemy is created, and it’s one that likes to do things in a big way. 

There is power, confidence and the need to make an impact when Jupiter and Pluto conspire together. When these two cosmic forces merge, we may feel a need to lead. There can be an obsessive and compulsive quality with a desire to find and spread the truth and to have an influence over others. Examples of people born with this combination include Mahatma Gandhi (Jupiter conjunct Pluto in Taurus), Bill Gates (Leo), Mick Jagger (Leo), Martha Graham (Gemini) and the infamous cult leader Jim Jones (Cancer.)

The combination of Jupiter and Pluto is often associated with wealth and success. But it’s not just luck, at least not in the traditional sense. This is achievement that follows grabbing an opportunity and working hard. Not all of us see the opportunity and not all of us are willing to do what it takes to bring it to fruition. With these two planets in hard-working, disciplined, and dedicated Capricorn, I think we can safely assume luck will have little to do with an accomplishment; directed and purposeful action will.   

It’s usually considered good fortune and auspicious to begin a project, initiate a plan, embark on a relationship, or start a business with Jupiter and Pluto side-by-side like they are on Monday. (It’s also good luck to have them in other beneficial relationships to each other, but that is a conversation for another time.) If you are moaning and groaning at the idea you are caught off guard and not fully able to take full advantage of this energy this week or next, no worries. You have another chance on November 12 th when Jupiter will meet up with Pluto once again before exiting Capricorn for revolutionary Aquarius in December. Despite the multiplicity of retrograding planets in 2020, this is a year of rich opportunity for profound change and foundation building for the future. 

Saturday - the Full Moon at 13 Capricorn is also a partial Lunar Eclipse. Maybe the shadow obscuring part of the Moon is telling us something. Does that look like a Face Mask to you? Whether it does or it doesn’t this Full Moon in concert with the New Moon Solar Eclipse in Cancer (on June 20 th ) highlights the qualities of the domestic and home-loving Cancer/Capricorn axis. We think about the importance of family, tradition, and devotion and what it means to be committed to a person, group, or cause. We can honor cherished memories while also reaching for evolutionary change. 

This Full Moon in Capricorn has strong messages about not getting stuck in the past. Both the Moon in Capricorn and the Sun in Cancer are in positive alignment with Uranus the revolutionary and rebel. Uranus also has the title of “The Great Awakener.” Uranus represents how we shatter limitations and move beyond restrictions in our lives. It’s interesting too, that Saturn (ruler of Capricorn) just this week moves from Aquarius (ruled by Uranus) back into its home sign of Capricorn. This might be another sign – for those who choose to see it so – as the need to honor the past while creating the future. 

When the “light goes out” during the Lunar Eclipse, it can be an encouragement to reboot our own thinking and ideas. Maybe we can see our values and commitments more clearly. Often we let traditions or forms substitute for the real thing. Like for example our love for Grandma and memories of 4 th of July celebrations on the farm, on the boat or gatherings for the concert at the park don’t hinge on using her recipe for potato salad. It doesn’t mean you love her any less if you sneak in that squirt of Tabasco sauce, does it? 

I remember years ago a friend telling me she was attending a wedding of one of her church members, but the wedding was being held at another church building across the street from their own. When I asked her why, she said because their faith doesn’t allow divorcees to remarry. Both the bride and groom had been married before. The congregation including their minister simply gathered in another building for the wedding believing they were being faithful to their beliefs. Is it just me or does this seem a little crazy? Isn’t the “Church” the people not the building? 

I remind myself of this story whenever I get all wrapped up and bent out of shape about a form or tradition. The Full Moon Lunar Eclipse can be our reminder to honor our attachments to what matters and be willing to let forms and external wrappings change and evolve. The external trappings will always age and change; the essence, what’s inside never will. 

 Stay Informed, Stay Safe, and Spread Hope.

Until next week, let go and wear loose clothes.

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June 29
Moon in Libra/Scorpio
Moon goes Void of Course at 6:02am, enters Scorpio at 3:48pm
Jupiter meets Pluto in Capricorn
This morning’s playlist includes the Rolling Stones, “Can’t get no satisfaction”; or is it “You can’t always get what you want”? The Moon in justice-seeking Libra is singing along with Mick early this morning as it squares Pluto and Jupiter in inflexible Capricorn. Diplomacy and compromise are not what anybody has in mind. This Libra Moon struggles with equity and justice; things just aren’t as clear cut as we would like. If we feel frustrated or angry, we’re unsure of where to project the blame! The “Bad guys” seem to be wearing the white hats and the good guys are making dubious choices. 

Things don’t seem to be lightening up any as the Moon scoots into intense Scorpio in late afternoon and promptly bumps into a cranky square with Saturn in rebellious Aquarius. As the modern ruler of stoic Capricorn and the traditional ruler of Aquarius, Saturn isn’t exactly what you’d call emotionally accommodating. 

But don’t be quick to write the day off. There is auspicious energy building as Jupiter and Pluto meet up in Capricorn late tonight. In the earthy sign of Capricorn, this hookup has the power to rock our worlds. Generally Jupiter speaks to our need to find more meaning in our lives, to see patterns, to identify truth, and to develop philosophies. Pluto is associated with change and transformation, but not the kind that is usually described as gentle, subtle or restrained. When we put these two energies together, a special version of alchemy is created, and it’s one that likes to do things in a big way. 

There is power, confidence and the need to make an impact when Jupiter and Pluto conspire together. It is often associated with the need to lead, an obsessive and compulsive desire to find and spread the truth and to have an influence over others. Wealth and success are also indicated! It’s considered good fortune and auspicious to begin a project, initiate a plan, begin a relationship, or start a business with Jupiter and Pluto side-by-side like they are tonight. If you are not ready to take advantage of this energy, have no worries. There is another opportunity on November 12 th when Jupiter will meet up with Pluto once again before exiting Capricorn for revolutionary Aquarius in December. 

Daily Muse: I believe that we learn by practice. Whether it means to learn to dance by practicing dancing or to learn to live by practicing living, the principles are the same. In each, it is the performance of a dedicated precise set of acts, physical or intellectual, from which comes shape of achievement, a sense of one's being, a satisfaction of spirit. One becomes, in some area, an athlete of God. Practice means to perform, over and over again in the face of all obstacles, some act of vision, of faith, of desire. Practice is a means of inviting the perfection desired…
Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance. Great dancers are great because of their passion. (Martha Graham – Jupiter, Pluto and Neptune conjunct in Gemini)

Today on A Course in Miracles we’ll listen to excerpts of a workshop by esteemed ACIM teacher, Ken Wapnick, “The Experience of A Course In Miracles”. This is a commentary on the Section “Development of Trust” in the ACIM Manual for Teachers. This is Part Seven in our series. You can find previous parts in the On Demand section of 12Radio.com. Please join me today on 12Radio.com at 11 am Pacific – 2 Eastern.

June 30
Moon in Scorpio
Sun and Mercury Touch.
An abundance of sensitive water energy today creates a sense of strong feeling but not necessarily clear thinking. Beware of confusing the two. That’s not to say you shouldn’t trust your heart, your gut, or your intuition, because they are an important part of the overall picture. Water energy acts similarly to altered states of consciousness or dreams. Figures might represent ideas, hopes and fears and may be more symbolic than literal. In addition, what we think we see may be an illusion, or a fabrication of what we want to believe is true. 

Recently on a morning walk with my two dogs near a local creek I was startled to see what looked like a monkey, orangutan, or some kind of primate sitting on a downed tree limb. It was at least 4 feet in height, even though it appeared to be sitting or squatting. It is a heavily forested area, so I’m always on the lookout for snakes and coyotes, but monkeys in the Denver suburbs? Not likely! I approached very cautiously and running through the possibilities in my mind, concluded it was a large stuffed animal someone had propped up among the limbs and leaves. As I got closer, I was even more startled to realize it was nothing more than a tree branch – the bark stripped off, maybe by beavers, and rotting in such a way that eyes, nose and mouth were clearly being depicted in the wood. I kid you not. I snapped a picture with my phone and everyone I sent it to thought it was an animal! (If you want to see for yourself send a request to Simpletales@comcast.net and I’ll send you the picture.)

This is a long way of reminding you of a couple of things. First our interpretations are based on our previous experience and beliefs about what is true or can be true. My mind was in a frantic search to categorize and make sense of the data my eyes were sending to my brain. To get to the truth, it’s necessary to keep searching, and challenging our interpretations, filters, and biases. Finally, what we think we see or understand doesn’t need to be treated as sacred. Mercury is retrograde! This is the time to allow new sights, sounds, and information to change our thinking. 

This morning the Moon in deeply psychological Scorpio connects with the Sun and retrograding Mercury in sister water sign Cancer aligning hearts and heads. The Moon’s opposition to Uranus in Taurus provides a brief moment of doubt or perhaps a flash of fear or distrust of anyone or anything that isn’t familiar. 

As Mercury the thinker wades his way through the emotional waters of Cancer he is stimulated by his alliance to Uranus and we open up to seeing the world through a different lens. This evening the Sun and Mercury join in Cancer. Although this can elicit a sense of wholeness, keep in mind this merging makes it harder for us to distinguish who we are from what we think. “I am what I think.” Criticize my opinions and you attack me. Agreeing with me can be equated with love. This can be a dangerous proposition; or is it?

Late night it’s the Sun’s turn to be wowed by the brilliance and unpredictability of Uranus. New ideas or information stimulate; and unusual opportunities present themselves. Are you willing to take a calculated risk? Just keep in mind there is a dreamy and otherworldly fogginess enveloping this day. Creativity, imagination, and intuition are at high tide. It’s a chance to free our minds and hearts from self-imposed limitations and beliefs that feel heavy and restricting. There is power in pushing through the veil of the material world to what lies beyond. It’s worth the dare to dream. Manifestation does indeed follow intention. 

Daily Muse: The question is not what you look at, but what you see…If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them. (Henry David Thoreau – Sun, Moon and Mercury in Cancer)


Today on Simpletales we’ll take a deeper dive into Mars in Aries with channeled recommendations for your personalized Hero’s Mission based on your natal chart. Do some homework and find out which house Aries occupies in your chart; it could be two. We’ll have some fun looking at the meaning of the houses and how Mars in Aries will bring them to life. Please join us on 12Radio.com at 9 am Pacific – Noon Eastern. 

July 1
Moon in Scorpio/Sagittarius
Moon Goes Void of Course 6:20 pm enters Sagittarius at 6:21pm
Saturn Enters Capricorn 4:39pm
Mercury’s challenging square to Chiron in Aries requires gumption, but the feeling of being unworthy is nothing more than an apparition. It will quickly disappear with just a bit of scrutiny. Just say “Boo!” The Moon in Scorpio may initially be looking for someone to punish, but by mid-morning we are more interested in truth and a deeper level of understanding than in assigning blame. Lunar alliances to Neptune, Jupiter, and Pluto promise healing when we listen to our hearts. 

In late afternoon our dear friend Saturn, the planet of discipline, authority, and manifestation says a hesitant goodbye to Aquarius with a promise to return in December. Saturn typically spends 2 ½ years in each sign. Although he briefly pushed the envelope forward entering Aquarius on March 21 st , the truth is, we aren’t quite finished with the business started during the Saturn in Capricorn cycle. We are on the precipice; ideas, projects, and relationships we imagined, developed, and committed to are very much under construction. But the entire foundation has yet to be finalized. Retrograding back into Capricorn, Saturn will take care of the final details, sort through the dust and debris and say his final goodbyes. Don’t be discouraged if things are not moving forward as quickly as you want or expect. Saturn is patient, thorough, and dependable. He will come through for us on his own timetable. 

After a quick and fleeting salute to Saturn in Capricorn, the Moon leaves introspective Scorpio for the enthusiastic campfire of Sagittarius. Late night we are toasting marshmallows and wiping chocolate off our chins, sharing dreams and plotting away as the Moon connects with energetic and inspirational Mars in Aries. 

Daily Muse: Why be in music, why write songs, if you can't use them to explore life or an idealized vision of life? I believe a lot of our lives are spent asleep, and what I've been trying to do is hold on to those moments when a little spark cuts through the fog and nudges you. (Rufus Wainwright – Moon, Mars and Chiron in Aries)

July 2
Moon in Sagittarius
Following an early morning lunar opposition with Venus in Gemini, the Sagittarian Moon sails unimpeded on its own course throughout the day. The opposition with the planet of values may require a bit of adjustment but chances are we quickly move beyond any suggestion that our way is not THE way. We might feel like we are “on a mission” with things to do, people to see, and goals to accomplish. We have set our agenda and nothing is going to get in our way. 

The path and goal may seem obvious, but common sense suggests we leave a little wiggle room. The Moon in fiery Sagittarius is sailing high, but sometimes it’s the little things that can trip us up. Sagittarius is the sign most closely associated with seeking the truth, and sometimes under its influence we can be deceived into believing not only have we found it, but ours is the only opinion that is valid. The minute we start believing we have all the answers, red flags should begin to show up. Leaving some room for new information, and other points of view can make the journey more interesting and double our chances of turning experience into wisdom. 

The emotional mood should be relatively positive and upbeat today. If we can avoid acting like know-it-alls, things should turn out pretty well. Energy is high, and motivation is steady. Build a few breaks into your schedule to avoid getting burned out. 

Daily Muse: I never did a day's work in my life, it was all fun. (Thomas Edison – Moon in Sagittarius)

July 3
Moon in Sagittarius/Capricorn
Moon Goes Void of Course 6:06am enters Capricorn at 9:48pm
We might be inadvertently tripping over our feet first thing this morning with the Moon in lively Sagittarius bouncing out of bed under the influence of a square to dreamy Neptune. Better get those eyes fully open before sprinting towards the coffee maker. It shouldn’t take long to move from our sea legs back to dry land, although no doubt a shower or good dose of caffeine might help clear the cobwebs. 

The Moon in Sagittarius is energetic and some may be looking forward to a holiday weekend with the U.S. celebrating Independence Day on Saturday. The more cerebral in the crowd finding some time on their hands today might lean more towards the scholarly and philosophical side of Sagittarius. This is a great day to read a non-fiction book, maybe the life of someone you admire, the philosophical musings of someone past or present, or a book or blog on another Sagittarian topic including science, medicine, or alternative healing modalities. Although Sagittarian Moons can be quite active, they also inspire adventure of the mind and spirit. 

The mood may turn more serious and more productive in late evening when the Moon enters conscientious and hard-working Capricorn. What? You spent the day sitting around reading? What were you thinking? 

Daily Muse: I wonder if I've been changed in the night. Let me think. Was I the same when I got up this morning? I almost think I can remember feeling a little different. But if I'm not the same, the next question is 'Who in the world am I?' Ah, that's the great puzzle! ( Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll – Moon in Sagittarius, Sun, Jupiter and Uranus in Aquarius)  

July 4
Lunar Eclipse 13º Capricorn 9:44pm
Even though for Americans this is a national holiday the Capricorn Moon casts a shadow of seriousness and responsibility to the overall tone of the festivities. Maybe it’s a reminder that this day has profound meaning that goes far beyond picnics, baseball and fireworks. Current events can certainly lead us to consider our roots as well as our future. Mid-day retrograding Mercury in Cancer clashes with the Moon, possibly foreshadowing tonight’s big event – the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse. Retrograde periods are for looking deeper and allowing new information to inform our ideas and beliefs. The Moon’s constructive alliance with Uranus mid-afternoon certainly suggests innovative thinking isn’t such a bad thing. 

Tonight the Full Moon at 13 Capricorn is also a partial Lunar Eclipse. This Full Moon in concert with the New Moon Solar Eclipse in Cancer (on June 20 th ) highlights the qualities of the domestic and home-loving Cancer/Capricorn axis. We think about the importance of family, tradition, and devotion and what it means to be committed to a person, group, or cause. We can honor cherished memories while also reaching for greater evolutionary goals. 

This Full Moon in Capricorn has strong messages about not getting stuck in the past. Both the Moon in Capricorn and the Sun in Cancer are in positive alignment with Uranus the revolutionary and rebel. Uranus also has the title of “The Great Awakener.” Uranus represents how we shatter limitations and move beyond restrictions in our lives. It’s interesting too, that Saturn (ruler of Capricorn) just this week moved from Aquarius (ruled by Uranus) back into its home sign of Capricorn. This might be another sign – for those who choose to see it so – as the need to honor the past while creating the future. 

When the “light goes out” during the Lunar Eclipse, it can be an encouragement to reboot our own thinking and ideas. Maybe we can see our values and commitments more clearly. Often we let traditions or forms substitute for the real thing. Like for example our love for Grandma and memories of 4 th of July celebrations on the farm, on the boat or gatherings for the concert at the park don’t hinge on using her recipe for potato salad. It doesn’t mean you love her any less if you sneak in that squirt of Tabasco sauce, does it? 

Daily Muse: As Mankind becomes more liberal, they will be more apt to allow that all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community are equally entitled to the protections of civil government. I hope ever to see America among the foremost nations of justice and liberality. (George Washington – Moon in Capricorn.)

July 5
Moon in Capricorn
We cut ourselves a little slack today maybe sleeping in or indulging in our favorite weekend rituals. The Moon is in disciplined Capricorn, but a gentle alignment with Neptune keeps things loose and unstructured. 

We are reminded of the power of the Jupiter Pluto conjunction (perfect on Monday June 29 th ) with the Moon touching base with both planets this afternoon. If we tabled an idea or project, we might find it coming back into our consciousness for consideration today. We may realize some steps we can take to make it a reality, or at least acknowledge its value and importance to us. If it keeps knocking around in our hearts and in our minds, let’s do something about it. 
 
Daily Muse: There is nothing which can better deserve your patronage, than the promotion of science and literature. Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness… Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism. (George Washington – Moon in Capricorn) 

Humans have sculpted statues for thousands of years. The Venus of Willendorf is around 30,000 years old and is a beautiful piece of art, but it’s believed to be much more than art for art’s sake. Most consider this statuette to be a fertility object. It had a purpose beyond being appreciated by the beholder. It holds within it a magical answer to the mystery of life. We can only guess at the beliefs of the sculptor of this masterpiece, but it was obviously lovingly crafted with deep respect, a common theme in magical art. 

The ancient Egyptians were prolific stoneworkers and skilled sculptors. Their mastery of statuary was one of religious necessity. The Egyptian view of the makeup of the cosmos had some fascinating aspects. One of these was the notion of a Ka. The Ka was the life force of anything that existed. This included humans, animals, the Gods and even a country. In humans, a Ka could leave the body when the owner slept and return upon awakening. As long as it could inhabit the body, it would retain its unique identity. Upon death, if the Ka didn’t have the ability to revisit its body, the memories and personality of its owner would be lost forever. This was the reason for mummification, to give the owner eternal life.

This was also why statues were so important. The Ka could inhabit a statue, remember who it had been when alive and still influence humanity. Every statue had a purpose, to contain the life-force, the magical power, of whatever a sculpture represented. Whether a tiny amulet worn on a string, or colossal statues of a king carved into a mountain, all had an internal inhabitant, an eternal Ka that kept the ideals of that person alive in the real world. The Sphinx is a perfect example of such a container. I stood between its paws and looked up at the massive face that towered above me. I felt it and it felt me. 

This idea still persists, although it isn’t often seen with magical eyes. Each of the 15 largest statues on earth represent religious or nationalistic ideals, holding the life forces, the principles, of those who erected them. Today the largest is 600 feet tall and honors an Indian statesman and his achievements. The second tallest is a Buddha in China. They both contain powerful messages.

The first time I visited New Orleans, I was stunned to see the now removed statue of Robert E. Lee, general of Confederate Forces during the Civil War. Standing atop a hill was a 60 foot tower upon which was an 8 foot base holding a 16 foot statue of Lee, obvious to anyone who wished to enter the French Quarter. It was the first such celebration of the Old South I’d seen, but it wouldn’t be the last. 

The statue wasn’t erected until 1888, over 20 years after the end of the war. Lee’s pose was strong, arms folded, standing easily, waiting but alert. His gaze was steady and it was then that I realized that he was facing due north. When I asked someone why this was the case, the answer was succinct, unrepeatable here and quite offensive. I think you get the gist. The irony of this is that Lee was adamantly opposed to the erection of any such monuments. He believed they would promote and prolong division in the country and become a call to arms for generations to come.

The glorification of the Antebellum south and the destructive rhetoric that gravitates around its mythology has recently been super-charged with dangerous and racist ideals. They hold Kas of dominance, hatred, anger and defiance. Most don’t stand as historical markers of the Civil War. They celebrate inhuman ideals that are archaic, bullying and toxic. 

Not all statuary needs to be taken away. For example, statues of Benjamin Franklin have been vandalized. Although it is true that Franklin owned 2 slaves at one time, he also freed them and became an unwavering and vocal abolitionist. He’s an example of a changed person, a reminder that such a thing is possible. As for others who unapologetically enslaved and oppressed others, only time will tell. Some monuments are historic while others glorify oppression. The line is a tricky one.

We must be careful not to become what we are fighting against. There is progress in sincere and peaceful protest, but danger in vandalism, violence and mobs. Let us think, lest we become the containers of dangerous Kas, ourselves. 

Until next week, I wish you all peace and love. 


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Infinite Being is the Source of every material thing, the substance of all form. From the wonders of nature to the chair you are sitting on, everything began as Consciousness. In its essence, our world, our earth is perfect as is every living thing in it, but we do not see that, we only see our concepts of the world and its occupants. Concepts are a product of human consciousness which is layer upon layer of beliefs that have been passed down through the ages. Beliefs that have created the façade or dream of this world that we believe to be real.

We also have a concept of God that we apply human attributes to because we are human. A jealous god, vengeful god even a loving god are all human concepts. God or Source is Spirit. It is thriving, expansive, eternal LIFE. God simply IS and expresses in our daily lives AS love, kindness, beauty, and everything else that blesses us and makes us smile.

I do not believe that we could even have a concept of beauty or love if it were not for our Divine Nature. When we are conscious of the Divine expression, we tend to find love and beauty everywhere.

Have a very blessed week.

Kelly 

Welcome Magickal Beauties! 

I am so happy to be back for  Magickal Grace.

Let's start calling forth your BEST LIFE!!!

I had a very special guest recently, Jay Varvel, on my 12Radio show.
The message of that show was, "keep moving towards the goal". 

And I think that is SUCH a powerful message for 2020!!!

As I write this, we have 5 Planets retrograde, that can reflect the immense amount of change taking place. Change isn't always comfort. When I think back to the biggest "change" moments of my life, they usually include pain, uncomfortability and unexpected events.

Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!

And I don't think there is any one person out there that would argue against this for 2020.
But, what I also want to remember, is what happened afterwards. 

It's been awhile since I thought about my grandfather. He raised me, like a father, and was a consistent and stabilizing force in my life. His last years on earth were not easy. It was a slow, painful and uncomfortable process. And losing him made it all the more painful. 

Of course, I wanted him to have peace. I wanted him to be happy. But do I miss him everyday? I do. I really wish, especially these past few weeks, that I could just hug him and hear his voice. 

After his passing, everything seemed to fall apart. Or rather,  seemingly  fell apart. 
Truth is,everything was falling into place.

I have to constantly remind myself, God or your concept of God (Universe/Spirit/etc.) never closes one door without opening another. What I have come to find as "faith" for myself is actually experience. Remembering these hard times, and how, even though I felt hurt and alone- I was never abandoned by my Actual Higher Parent. 
My Higher Power. My Concept of God. My Light and My Love. 

That force continues to move through me, sometimes taking me to places I do not want to go. But then when the journey is over, "ah ha" moment: this was all a part of the bigger plan. 

For you that are reading this, please accept my virtual hug. 
Please hug and comfort yourself. 
The confusion, overwhelm and unexpected this year has been painful.
It is inevitably going to affect us, whether we recognize it or not. 

But we can choose to have Faith. 
We have all been through Hades; through the Darkness.
And in the end, the Darkness never won, because we are the Light. 

You are the Light and you are Love.
Please never forget this, my brothers and sisters of the Higher Actual Parent. 
Never forget that Good always Wins. And you will always Prevail. 

Blessings,
Grace 

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