Tomorrow Mercury is in Retrograde for 3 weeks. You may have been experiencing some slight issues in the prior 2 weeks. I’m here to say it is all going to be OK! I’ve collated all my course information on the moon cycles and Mercury Retrograde and created a support e-course for making the most of these planetary influences. There are videos and PDFs on all elements of the New and Full Moon, Plus how to survive and succeed in the Mercury Retrograde – plus access to me to answer any questions! All for just £19 I’m also including a module on the feminine energies and your own personal cycle and how this relates to the moon and how to work with your hormonal fluctuations to support your physical, emotional and mental body. Even if you are menopausal you still have a cycle that is moon related. I will also share dates and reminders for the new and full moon (and Mercury Retrograde), so you are always prepared.
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Whilst out walking today I contemplated the daffodils. How they wait until the soil warms up and then sprout, flower and bring a little bit of yellow joy to nature.
The daffodil is such an amazing plant, A dormant bulb into the bright joy in spring. I think they are my favourite flower – just for the joy they bring after a dark winter and the thought and prospect of spring and summer. Have you ever thought deeply about them… let me take you on a mindful journey…
How amazing are daffodils – that tiny bulb and its roots lays dormant in the ground for about 9 months, then when the sun starts to warm the earth the stem starts to grow. Using just its own energy and water from the soil around it, it grows into a plant a foot tall (35cm?!) with leaves and a sturdy stem. Then it buds into a huge yellow flower with a trumpet shape, often different colour to the main petals. Stunning! It brings such happiness and joy after the dark winter, yellow for joy! It cheers people up for a few weeks, whilst the leaves are photosynthesizing and building the bulb’s energy up, before it goes dormant again for another 9 months. How amazing are these plants?
Thinking about this plant has taught me a lot, we all have energy within us, that we can use for positive – to bloom – but we need to recharge ourselves in order to continue the cycle.
Nature is just awesome!
Why have I shared this basic nature review? – Because we need to fill our own energy levels up before we can bloom, plus its OK to be dormant and quiet for months.
I feel personally I’ve been hibernating and am finally ready to come out and share my thoughts and ideas (and tools!)