As I write this, it’s snowing. It’s windy and cold outside. Just two days ago, it was sunny and in the 60s. Luckily I know better than to think winter is done with us, at least here in Maine.
It’s not just the weather, but the energy tides as well. I’m still in the “creative cave.” I have big plans for 2022, but my guides are telling me to wait, and rest, and stay focused inward. I’m undergoing a transformation that will enable me to expand and grow – once the time is right.
How do I know that? In pretty nearly every Tarot card I draw (and I do a one-card draw each morning), the word transformation can be found as part of the description. I just attended a virtual retreat for transformational coaches. One of the phrases that was shared with us during the retreat was “take up space,” and within a couple days of the retreat, I heard that phrase from several other sources.
Synchronicity and magick abound. But it’s not time yet to launch. I’ll take the advice of my guides and the weather, and stay in my cozy creative cave for a while longer.
Here are some things to check out this weekend, or whenever you need some inspiration.
What do you do when the wider world feels overwhelming? Here are some points to consider.
I recently attended a virtual presentation about the Goddess Nyx. It turns out that She is calling to me. Here’s an article about Nyx if you’d like to learn more.
This blog post on creative puttering by my friend and client Pyeng Threadgill strongly resonates with me. As she writes, “there is actually great, creative purpose in puttering.”
Another friend and client shared this recipe during our recent virtual writing retreat. I haven’t made it yet, but it sounds super delicious!
Check out what Emma Thompson has to say about aging and generations of women. Beautiful.
I love Rachel Rodgers – have you read her book yet? This is her advice on cultivating a CEO mindset.