For as long as I can remember I have always been connected to water. I have lived by the sea I have needed water to stabilise and return to my inner self as well as to clear my energy. It is more than just a ritual to hydrate and cleanse. As women we carry water, birth through water, sing to the water.
We are going through an energy clearing and water is appearing as an element of change. The cellular memory tells me that throughout the ages water has been sacred.
We flow we move we change,
We flow we move we change.
As we allow the energy of flow at this time we find a deeper connection from the chaos around us. The water is a reminder of surrender, withdraw if needed, and return when pulled. As we move through another energetic new moon phase and an eclipse we are thrown up to face the change of us all. The movement is happening, change is here, like the sea there are waves causing us to question our values. The mirror, or her reflection is prominent. The mirror has been up against our view to see our shadow, our collective shadow and now the mirror is changing to be the window into the soul. We are that soul, and we are that which is now looking.
Going to the edge is a courageous journey. It is part of a deeper existence to be seen, witnesses and maybe, to be experience…. you decide. On the winter solstice there are many women in the UK going to their local water ways. The intention is to let go of what once was and allow what is to come. If you feel the call, venture to your own edge and sing freely your own song of surrender.