A few days ago there was a lunar eclipse. That’s when the earth just happens to be aligned between the sun and the moon, and it casts a shadow on the glorious full moon. Spiritually, it’s a time to release what’s no longer serving us and open up our hearts and minds to all the good things to come.
In the days leading up to the eclipse, I found myself delving into the darker side of woe-is-us in the world right now. How I just want all of us to be able to hang out with friends, go hear live music, travel to places we’d bought plane tickets for. How I never imagined it would go on this long…and how I never saw it coming.
Then out of the blue, someone I knew for a brief time over 25 years ago found me on Facebook. She said she’d remembered something I had told her way back when, then spontaneously recalled my full name and looked me up. A few days ago, we ended up reconnecting on video chat. She’s the same delightful person I remember, and it turns out we’ve led parallel lives in some ways. We both ended up in a relationship with a musician, we both have cats, we both have had similar health challenges. The whole thing was such a wonderful surprise, and I never saw it coming.
When my cat Willow passed back in 2012, I was devastated. She was a lot younger than I thought she’d be when she passed, and I never imagined she’d become ill when she did. Still in grief months later, I was drawn to get an animal communication reading in order to connect with her. After that, I studied Reiki, and animals started talking to me when I did Reiki sessions for them. I was able to go back to the person who had given me the reading for Willow and study animal communication with her. I left my corporate job, changed my life, followed my passion of energy and intuitive work. I certainly never saw that coming.
A few months ago, my boyfriend and I became unhappy with our apartment building and overall environment. It would have been easy to stay there and ride out our lease, but we decided to move and in no time found a fantastic new place in a wonderful neighborhood. Believe me, I worked on manifesting it, but even more things came together than what I had asked for. I never saw that coming.
If we acknowledge the darker stuff, really see it, and allow ourselves to feel it, we help ourselves release it. Then there are fewer things to get in the way of attracting all the good things to come. Yes, I’m psychic and there is plenty of stuff I don’t see coming. And I’m glad it’s that way—there’s so much magic in that.
The thing my friend from the past remembered me saying to her was that I wanted to write a sitcom about her called Anything Can Happen. I thank the universe (and my friend) for that reminder. When the shadows pass, the world shifts and heals, and the best stuff we could never predict comes in out of the blue. ✨🌚🌎☀️✨