Copyrighted by Lorna Tedder. Originally published in Third Degree Below.
Tonight, a Dark Moon night, I realized how much has opened up in the past month, and in the past two months, and certainly within the last three months, and— oh Gods—how much has changed in the past six and wondering if I’ll see as much change in the next six. The past week has felt like more big shifts, this time in the strength to create all that I want in life, but also a strange little twist over the weekend…something to do with movement in the domestic area. Like a new house or a house that seems new.
There are also new things I know as of this weekend. I can’t explain how or why, but I just know. Certain cycles have ended, and it’s time for new and joyous ones.
On the homefront, this past week has been very productive, in spite of at least two versions of hell that came to visit and left kicking my world into that higher vibration I wouldn’t have suspected. I’ve been so productive that I’ve had only a moment to worry that I wasn’t productive enough before beating that self-defeating doubt back into submission. I do need to take a moment over the next week and plan where to put my focus next.
Which project will get my juice?
I’m coming up on the Spilled Candy catalog project, but with the holidays upon us, I won’t get maximum effect. So I’ll plan on focusing on that in January and February. Besides, I’ll have more books out then.
In the meanwhile, I sent two books to the printer’s this week—my own Third Degree of Freedom (the third blog book of essays on starting over) and Lauren Hartford’s Celebrating the Tower Card (finally!). I also started format- ting the fourth Third Degree book as well as editing Lauren’s A Wedding of Souls. Hopefully I’ll get one or the other or both (depending on my quick trip to see my parents over Thanksgiving weekend) finished within the week. I’ve also done a lot of cleaning in the house, and I want to finish that this week, too, in preparation for put- ting up Christmas decorations this year, now that I have a roof to decorate.
So it’s a moment tonight to take stock of where I am in creating my own life of abundance. I think I’m about to shock myself with how much I can accomplish before New Year’s Day…and just how much good stuff is waiting for me to claim it in the next few weeks.