"Alright. “Tashi Delek” is a Tibetan greeting, sort of like “Namaste” or “my spirit greets your spirit”, or ‘I see you soul to soul”; it’s a very lovely greeting.
And this week I think that perhaps the two highlights are the Full Moon with the Lunar Eclipse on Friday the 18th. A lot happening in the Heavens though. And then we work with Mercury going retrograde on October 21 and then the Sun entering Scorpio on October 23, or 22 or 23, depending upon where you are. But essentially there’s a lot going on.
Vibrationally speaking, I’ll be doing a Tele-Seminar on October 18 called “Attuned and Ready” because this is a time when you just have to have all of your vibratory frequencies attuned and ready for whatever might come.
There is still a lot of tension between governments and religions and there is still a lot of tension between the Sun and the solar system, so more flares, more weather patterns, more watery troubles.
When there is a lot of water displacement on the planet or typhoons, things like that, a heavy rain in one place, no rain in another place, that sort of thing, it affects the emotional body and the Full Moon is kind of a kind of high tide for the blood and the other fluids that are in the body.
So I am expecting this one to be kind of a looney eclipse really and a looney Full Moon and I would say be very careful: it would be quite easy to sort of not be grounded in the body so you want to really make sure you can feel your feet and your toes and your legs, solid underneath you at all times, even if you’re sitting down.
Stay “Present, Here, Now” in the body, in this plane of consciousness or wherever else you’re at. There will be a tendency for the minds to wander. So you might be sitting in a meeting and your mind is thinking about the groceries or you might be driving down the road and you’re remembering something from your past, that sort of thing.
So also watch out for distractions, and again the words: “Present, Here, Now” and then pull yourself into the dan tien center which is really the front side of the sacrum: so pelvic region, the part that you use for say golfing, skiing, on a boat, in an airplane, that keeps your center so you don’t topple over. The dan tien center."
Alright Dear Ones. As always, thank you and my love to you.