As ever I’m a little late getting the newsletter up but I am getting it up before solstice so it’s all good:)
I saw the funniest meme on facebook: “Oscillating between sloth, Ascended Master, inner child trauma, and magical shit.” I laughed out loud; I also thought what a perfect description for the month of June. The energy is going to be bumpy, so bend your knees slightly, and surf. You might even want to hum the Beach Boys, “Surfing Safari,” and if you don’t know the song, you tube it.
This is good month to find ways to make yourself laugh; out loud. Yes, I know the world’s genuinely falling apart, and I know a lot of deep stuff is going to be coming for most people, but I still highly recommend you figure out how to make yourself laugh so hard your ribs hurt, at least once a day. The comedian Michael McIntyre does it for me. You can you tube him or find him on facebook
Since most people’s issues are going to be all over them this month, this is what I recommend you do. Ask yourself what you value. Write down three things. P.S. Don’t concentrate too hard on the issues coming up, unless you’re working with someone, who is helping you sort it through, but even then you still want to ask yourself, “What do I value?” June as frenetic as the energy is going to be is going to land you on a new, improved shore, even though the process itself may not feel like the titanic going down. Keeping that in mind, the new improved shore, after you figure out what you value, ask yourself what daily action you can take that honors what you value. This doesn’t have to be wildly esoteric. For instance I value good music. I particularly love the music I grew up with the 70’s, So I typed in Quicksilver Messenger Service on Pandora and ba-boom. I am listening to music that makes me so happy I forget my name. On a more serious level, I value being seen and heard by my friends. The challenge is to share my true experience, which tends to weed people out. It also makes real friendships even stronger.
As I mentioned earlier people’s issues are going to be all over them this month. The least conscious will be projecting it all over the conscious, and it’s going to be hard to keep your mouth shut. Some may go so far as to try to goad you into exploding. Well, my darlings, you might just snap, and you might just yell at someone, and guess what? You can say you’re sorry. Later. When you actually are. You may not be sorry for the essence of what you said, but you’re sorry for the way you said it. I would, however, assiduously avoid festering over someone’s bad behavior this month. When I say fester, I mean obsessing over why so and so is doing such a thing and behaving in such a way. If you find yourself obsessing, step the fuck back because something in you is off. Call somebody you trust you can rant to and rant it out. That’s a great act of self-love and you’ll feel much better afterwards. After the rant, when you’re feeling calm, put one hand on your heart, the other on your womb, and say out loud, “I love myself beyond all reason and I am so brave to have my feelings.”
I got so into writing this, I forgot I had an egg boiling on the stove. A few seconds ago, I heard a loud boom, and ran into the kitchen. All the water in the pot was gone and the egg had exploded. Seriously exploded. Welcome to June, I giggled.
Get outside as much as you can this month, my loves. Enjoy the weather. Think hard about what you value, commit to making yourself laugh, and when you feel yourself getting caught up in the whirlpool of frenetic, your's and other's, do a little pirouette and dance yourself out.
Live loud, love fierce, and suffer no fools. Kat x0x0x0