Solving the Mystery of March 2019

Top clues: do you favor Fire or Water?

Well, dear readers, I think I’ve cracked the code on “The Mystery of March 2019” (previous blog article). The majority of March falls in the astrological sign of Pisces, which is a very watery sign that puts out my fire and mutes my usual clarity. Those watery energies of the “Pisces Season” seriously challenge this airy Aquarius!

One of the suggested practices in the Radiance Rising section at the beginning of my new book is to meditate on the five elements of nature: the Earth, the Air, the Fire, the Water, and Space. “Which element do you feel most drawn to, and why?”

(The Tejaswini Ramayana: The Way of Rama in the Shakahara StarFire Universes)

I simply LOVE Fire and Air! The Water aspect makes me feel murky and chaotic and confused! Thus I still have not been able to decide how often to blog in March. Daily like in January? Or just Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, like in February? Maybe the answer for March is a more Piscean watery flow! I will blog as many days as I can, with no set schedule. I will take it day by day, and practice flowing like water. But I tell you, I am seriously looking forward to the Fiery Aries Days of April!

How about you? How do you feel in this watery time?

 

 

image Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech

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The Mystery of March 2019

March is feeling like a mysterious month… like there are lots of moving pieces…

Ordinarily I am very organized and the fire of clarity comes to me naturally, but something feels different now. For example, I cannot seem to decide how often I will post blog articles this month. Somehow it feels like there is a mysterious quality about the energy of this March.

Until I sort this out, I will be blogging regularly, but I can’t say for sure what days. Honestly I feel a bit vulnerable sharing this, but I have got to be real with what is actually happening… In any case, it will be interesting to watch how this month unfolds.

Can you relate?

How is March feeling to you so far?

 

 

image Courtesy NASA Goddard