On January 3, 2024

Cosmic Catalogue: Be the beacon of light and kindness

Happy Gregorian New Year! A change in the calendar year is always so much more than an old year ending. It offers the chance, the hope, the possibility of what you want to bring into your sphere being closer than it was before. 

Even if you awaken from slumber on Jan. 1, having seen better days, and nothing in actual reality has really changed, it still feels different. 

2024 is going to see the collective stage change in dramatic and obvious ways. On the one hand, it only looks like chaos and confusion, destruction and hate, as those who move the chest pieces think they get to decide how we respond. They don’t. We do. While on the other hand, the worse things get, the closer we are to getting to the other side of what all of this is.

This year begins the process of some dramatic never seen before crescendo of outer planetary sign changes. We are on the precipice of something pretty huge and the energy of it all is palpable. So as you awaken on Jan. 1, decide whether you want to create magic, beauty and love in the world. If so, then begin the great work of being that beacon of light and kindness that is so so needed now.

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