To repeat, winter is related to the new moon phase, as well as our bleeding time as menstruating women. It’s a time where the details feels fuzzy, but that’s totally normal. Get comfortable with the fuzz – the lenses will sharpen soon.
In my art, I’m often using water and watercolors. It’s the foundation of most of my paintings. Though, there’s a time where the water must do it’s thing on the paper or canvas. You have to wait. This is the essence of winter — waiting, seeking, trusting, and taking care.
If you’re an artist, play around with watercolors. If you’re a writer – use a calligraphy pen to journal (watery ink). Practical life tip: the next time you’re showering, or washing dishes, see the water as a gift. See water as a part of you (we’re like 82% fluid, right?), and trust the water to take away anything you’re shedding.
Winter has become one of my favorite seasons. Our culture doesn’t give us down time. But nature, she does. She’s wiser than the people who try to control her. Listen to the wisdom of this season — it will be unique for you.
Let these words be your guide for now. If you’re ready for deeper supporter, contact me (email me directly from my insta profile!) about my upcoming 2019 programs. I’m brewing up a few next level opportunities for you. I know you’re ready, as am I.
Thank you for being here. You are worthy, you are worthy, you are worthy. •