Our message at this first new moon of the new calendar year is to practice gratitude, practice nurturing- our Self and others, change the way we go about placing expectations on our Self (and perhaps others) and be willing to let your guard down and move through Life and it’s everyday moments with presence, faith and an open heart.
That may be a hard message to receive. Sometimes it can feel so much easier and safer to close up, be numb or hold on and protect and carry on.
“The Star Brothers want you to have a different experience of life on Earth. They want you to feel deeply secure and safe, even if you’re going through a difficult time… stay open to receiving a greater level of support than you can ever imagine, both in this world and beyond. They want you to learn to soften through life’s ups and downs…”
It’s ok to be vulnerable and uncomfortable. That’s how we grow and experience anew. Even the good stuff can feel uncomfortable at first if we’re not accustomed to it. We can expect to feel uncomfortable now as we are witnessing and a part of a whole new age unfolding. This is a good thing.
Here is a message from Fātimah for anyone who has found themselves in a caretaking position- be you parent, grandparent, sibling, child, partner, aunt, uncle, cousin, teacher,nurse, friend, too many to name- if you have helped care for and nurture someone- this message is for you: “Nurturing, protecting, and taking care of the ones we love is a sacred occupation… The role of housewife or stay-at-home mom [or any nurturing role we play] is sacred if its consciously chosen. It is a profound contribution to raise and reconstitute the world…
love is the family we all belong to, and gratitude is the state of wealth we get to live in.”
We can walk each other home, into a more sacred way of being.