Supermoon Serendipity

Guys and gals,

I wanted to pop in and give you some jewels as we experience this Taurus full moon. Just to catch you all up to speed, I recently lost my father to cancer on the 22nd of October. Just paying attention to the immense shift that is happening all around, I would be lying if I didn’t think my dad passing away was going to happen. Writing and sharing this doesn’t make it any easier, however I can control only what I can control and I therefore release the want and need to have him back, physically.

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I’m going to make this quick. In an hour or so, I will be writing down the things that I have been holding on to and need to let go of. Just as a snake sheds its skin, so should we shed and release habits and rituals that hold us back from what we desire.

What do you desire?

What do you wish to see?

This is the time where we’ll begin to see the fruits of our labor. 2+10+1+6= 9. Completion. Death. Rebirth.

A new dynamic has been set before us. Hone in onto the changes and grab control of the reigns of your life.

Push<>Pull. It’s continuously happening.

Reflect.

Release.

Reset.

A wise woman once said, “God speaks to us by the way we hear.” Clear  your space so you can hear better.

Happy super FULL moon!

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Sarah Lee

Welcome! My name is Sarah Lee and I'm a Business Strategist and social entrepreneur who loves the outdoors, a good book, and scary movies year round! Throughout this quirky, rich, and mysterious life of mine, I genuinely love to 'share' my experiences as a learning tool. I thought, what better way to track my level of growth than by sharing my experiences and the lessons learned thereof, than in my blog? A wise woman once said, "You are your own masterpiece, therefore, instead of mastering it, master you."

9 thoughts on “Supermoon Serendipity”

  1. I’m sorry for your loss but everything dies when it is time to leave. Just as the spring will return so will you find joy in remembering the good times, glossing over the bad times which are still important to remember.
    A good friend of mine told me that everything has it’s time. Birth, life and death are all the same cycle, nothing lasts forever, just as the plants and trees have an annual cycle we have a cycle as well. We are born, we grow and, if we do things well, we die and leave behind a legacy. Just as the seasons pass so too does sorrow. When you can remember lost loved ones with fondness and not sadness then you know that the grieving process has ended and you can start to build again.

    1. Dave,
      Thank you so much for that. You’ve reminded me of one of my favorite books and movie, Being There by Jerzy Kosinski. It practically outlines what you said. Thank you for that reminder. It’s a tough reality to come to terms with, yet as you said, nothing lasts forever. 🙂

      1. Having lost my mum in 1985 I still miss her dearly but now I don’t get upset when I smile thinking of her. All things pass and grief is no different. I still wish she was here to listen to me and give me advice.

  2. I’m sorry to hear about your loss, but I’m happy to hear your understanding of this #9 year. I wrote an extensive post about it earlier in the year and I completely agree. We have to know when it’s time to let go.

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