Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 27th, 2018, is the FULL MOON in Capricorn. If there ever was a time to act like YOU OWN THE BANK rather than needing a loan from it - it is NOW!
Every Wednesday in our local town I teach yoga at Gualala Dance Studio and with each class we set an intention. This Wednesday's goal is to OWN IT LIKE A BILLIONAIRE! We will be doing a set to balance the glandular system followed by a beautiful mantra meditation to open the flow of Kundalini, creating greater self awareness & authority so we can make the right choices to conquer the blemishes in life.
The influence of Saturn Retrograde makes this an emotionally weighty Full Moon and Capricorn brings into form the results of what has been churning within us on an unconscious level. But Capricorn also gives us the opportunity to grab the mountain goat by the horns and take action to release our past in order to create our future. How we handle the emotions that bubble to the surface during this full moon is strictly UP TO US! So it's time to OWN IT LIKE A BILLIONAIRE, to move away from the blame-game and to start DEFINING in life rather than whining. This is the time to not only look deeply at the Cause & Effects in your life but to CHOOSE to respond differently, to move away from unproductive patterns that leave us feeling shameful and to make the choices that place us on a more positive & beneficial path.
We can begin this process by identifying for ourselves where we need to set boundaries and take time for ourselves. Identify what drains you and write down what you are doing about it - as though it is happening in the here & now. Highlight the areas in your life that make you feel happy and timeless --- nurture these areas and remove or minimize the Debbie-Downer zones that serve only to bring you down. Lastly, speak to yourself as you would your own child or someone you deeply love. Treat yourself with kindness and compassion and treat your breath like thoughts - breathe in only good ones! So, Grab the Goat by the horns and OWN IT .... LIKE A BILLIONAIRE!
SAGITTARIUS full moon
The WHIMBREL (Above)
The LONG BILLED CURLEW (Above)
THE WHIMBREL - note the head stripes! Especially through the eye - their bill is also not as long at the Curlew
The Curlew - this is the largest of the shore birds and it doesn't have the stripes on the crown. Also note that its bill is longer than the Whimbrel!
THE MARBLED GODWIT (right) - is another that you may confuse with the above Curlew or Whimbrel… but they have a distinctive pinkish/black bill (that slopes upwards towards the heavens --- connect this hint with their name -the GODwit - and you have a clue to help you identify the species.
Marbled Godwit - winter plumage, upward sloping bill and long legs
Dunlin - Winter plumage - their dullish color is more uniform and they are not as bright white as the Sanderling. They are slightly larger than the Sanderling.
Sanderling - Winter plumage - Note the subtle blackish smudge on the "shoulder" along the top of the wing chord… and their head and chest are a brighter white than the Dunlin. THEY ARE EASY TO SPOT ALONG THE SHORELINE as they titter along quickly along the wave lines… their legs a blur as they follow receding waves, stabbing at the wet sands! They have a bicycle-like motion of their legs when they run quickly
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