Every once in a Blue Moon we are offered the opportunity to reset – to release what needs to be released and forgive what needs to be forgiven. This may be another, our world, the universe, God – or perhaps yourself.
This year we will been blessed with thirteen full moons; thirteen opportunities to find a greater depth and fullness of gratitude for our lives, for the honour of being alive. Thirteen opportunities to consider how we are living and what energy and legacy we are creating, because of what we have done.
This week is not only a full moon, it is a Blue Moon, it also occurred on Halloween; the day, it is said that the veil or glass between the living and the dead is the thinnest. A time for us to celebrate our ancestors and those who have come and gone before us.
The phrase “once in a blue moon” means a rare occurrence – and this is now. Similar to what we often call “a perfect storm” or when ”the stars align.” When we look back on relationships, jobs or other opportunities that have crossed our paths and wonder why they did not work out, perhaps is because everything just wasn’t yet perfectly in place. It does not mean we should not have had that experience or that we should have regrets, we should find gratitude and acceptance with the knowing that what is to come will be better than ever: when the stars align, there is the perfect storm or, just maybe, a once in a blue moon.
Just like when you were born. Imagine all that had to be aligned so that YOU could arrive. Every piece of past and present atoms, energies and emotions at the time you were conceived and born were perfect for your life to begin and these all have continued to grow with you, behind you, in front and within you, for you to manifest your purpose. It really is a privilege just to be here. You are a once in a blue moon, you are a perfect storm and the aligned stars.
We create through our unique talents and personalities, through our emotions and words and wisdom and the energy that is produced by each thought and each physical creation. We then leave what we create behind – for the next moment, the next person and the next generations to come.
And, in the end, it does not matter what you said you were going to do, it only matters what you have done.
How we start our day often dictates how our day goes and is also how we end our day. And how we end our day dictates our dreams, our sleep and how we begin our day. Let this day be your new beginning, end and middle of how you really want to live your life and what legacy you want to leave behind.
If it is true that how we do one thing, we do everything, how will you choose to live starting today? Release. Forgive. Reset.