Universal Weather: Week of June 29, 2015

Last week’s practice of following the circuitous route of last week’s energy may have made you a bit better schooled in the eccentric, wacky, bizarre, and sometimes outright deceptive behavior. You might have done well if you stayed centered between what you thought you wanted and what you really wanted. That balance likely took you on the road less traveled. It may have seemed like a longer route last week, but it will pay off with this week’s energy tempting us to bound forward blindly.

You can go ahead and enjoy that carefree child-like energy. It is okay to be free. Do it mindfully and with good balance and you are likely to have the fun you are looking for. Go ahead and climb those steps to the high dive. There is nothing to fear. You know how to do this, one foot in front of the other until you find yourself at the end of that springy board. Feel it beneath your feet. It might feel scary and unstable. Breathe through the fear: in for 4, hold for 2, and exhale for 6, letting the fear go. Go ahead and go deeply into yourself. Prepare with all the confidence and trust in yourself. Close your eyes and become one with that springy board. Feel all the possibilities. Take your time. And I can tell you that it is nice to know when it is time to jump. And I can tell you that you know when it is time to jump. So when it is time, go ahead. Bend your knees and surrender to the spring. Push deeply into letting go with your toes. Lift up through your trunk (abdomen, stomach, chest) and rise to the joyous occasion of “it is time.” Arms lifting in take off, free as a bird. Go ahead and jump. You might even want to make a big splash about it.

This week practice patience – timing is everything. You can trust that if you are paying attention you will know when it is time to jump.

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