Today is David’s B-Day…let magical things occur

Let’s see what my favorite astrologer, Susan Miller, has to say about my astrological forecast!

Apparently, a lot about the eclipses being back in MY sign, Virgo.  I’ve been particularly attuned to these eclipses because they happened previously in March and September of 2006 and 2007.  So looking over my calendar and blog journal I can see what was happening at that time and compare it to experiences this time around.  As Susan puts it:

 "Eclipses force us to reveal our character and motivation.  Some eclipses also require us to suddenly take stock and reassign priorities. Set your compass, dear Virgo, for you must be ready for another change in direction. One chapter of your life has come to an end, and a new one is starting up. You will need new skills to traverse the territory you are moving into now, and that is actually the exciting part." 

She continues further to say that THIS pair of eclipses (8/28, 9/11) is an especially critical time for big life changes to happen; ones I’ll remember. This is quite true as we are starting to rev up the next portion of the business: The large yurt for meetings, events, and workshops.  I’m currently bidding out the electricians to do the power run; awaiting the bids this next week.

Amazingly, these reoccurring pairs of eclipses have a theme and are linked.  For evidence I look back and see the types of conversations and topics that came up then and how they might move manifest now.  This is certainly applicable to our strategic planning discussions for how to work on this phase of the business we are entering. 

Today I was given a 4-leaf clover from our front lawn by a blonde woman named Veronica. Hopefully a little luck will befall me with how we roll out this next phase. Maybe she was a faerie princess in disguise as an electrician’s employee and lots of money will fall into my lap. Um, maybe I should just go back outside, now that my afternoon break is over, and chainsaw some more vine maple. Buh-bye!

About David

Making manifest the change I want to see in the world through the hospitality of a humble little homestead campground with yurts and alpacas.
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