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2009 went out with a bang: a full Blue moon, with a partial lunar
eclipse, on the last night of the first decade of the 21st century
(here in the U.S.). In a nutshell, that means we
were subjected to some pretty intense “letting go of the old” energy. Did you feel it?
For the past week, the energy of 2010 has
been building in intensity. In trying to
put my finger on what this energy feels like, here’s what I came up with: it feels like a supernova.
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The type of supernova I’m referring to is
this: when a giant, aging star stops
creating enough energy to sustain itself in the old way, it condenses or
collapses into itself and creates a black hole.
Out of that black hole comes enough new energy that the former star
explodes out to several hundred times its previous size, creating more energy
than our Sun will emit in its entire life span.
I have spent this first week of 2010 drawing
in my energy, developing focus and clarity on how I want to share myself with
my clients and in my personal life. I’ve
let go of some old ways of being, and I am ready to shine.