Merging & Accelerating into a New Natural ~ September’s Dance Clearing Way for October’s Rhythm


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View from Heavenly Mountain yesterday on the last day of Summer gondola season

September flew by just as fast as perhaps our Autumn here will. Jack Frost has already been appearing on the scene with now bringing us three snow falls way ahead of schedule. The most recent have been over the last two evenings/nights beginning on the Libra New Moon, creating a merging of seasons and putting all the forest creatures on high alert that their usual Winter preparations need to speed up.

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Tomorrow will be the first day of October already and it’s created a flurry of creative energy for me to match what I’m seeing in my garden and outdoors.

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There’s still a dance of blooms lingering from a later-than-usual-Summer, colors bursting from the onset of Autumn, and Winter’s kiss wanting to play with it all.

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This intermingling seems to whisper the power of the in-between, integrating, percolating, and the gray area, rather than everything seen as only black and white.

I’ve seen myself literally go from tank top hiking and biking or bathing suit beach time one day, to winter boots, jackets and gloves the next.

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Manzanita branch and Autumn nature finds I’ve turned into seasonal decoration

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The hornet’s and bird’s nests I found that I created a natural wall hanging mobile on a Manzanita branch with

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More Autumn nature finds at the base of another Manzanita holiday tree decor I made – these triple as year-round decor and jewelry trees

Meanwhile I’ve continued busily immersed in harvesting, drying herbs, bringing pots in for the season, organizing, clearing and completing, focusing energies toward important things culminating in my life, as well as diving into seasonal baking, creating new dishes, making things from nature finds, revving up a little creativity for a shop update this or next week, and more fully shifting gears into client sessions and writing.

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Vegan gluten-free blackberry, cherry, dried lavender from the garden scones drizzled with vanilla icing and topped with more lavender

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Air-fried vegan potato fritters with onions, peas, corn, carrots and flax meal base

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Creamy vegan coconut pumpkin pie

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Air-fried baked potato with chili and melted Myoko’s fresh vegan mozzarella (crispy breaded tempeh in the back to accompany it, also air-fried)

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Air-fried vegan donut holes rolled in cinnamon/cacao and powdered sugar

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Crispy breaded portabello mushrooms, also air-fried

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Vegan chocolate cream pie with strawberry mandala on top

The latter two really reflecting potent change, as the amazing clients I’ve been working with are committing to and experiencing some huge life shifts into greater wholeness and my book is going through a major holistic transformation. Even energy sessions have gone into higher-gear of experience at both ends.

The Libra New Moon feels to have really activated that sense of balance to a deeper level and all of these rapid changes seem to speak to creating even greater alignment, less separation, and more harmony and compassion between opposites. All in effort to prepare us to experience and create greater comfort with continued change and the unknown.

Things can seem contradictory, but they in fact just are and we place a judgment upon them.

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View of my garden from above

During September, a continued increase of synchronicity and manifesting has been unfolding, which I’ve heard from others too, including even more magickal finds nature has gifted and much deeper connections with the forest animals (actually one just took place while writing this with a giant gray squirrel walking up to my office door that was definitely not “just” a squirrel and whom I’ve not seen here before).

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Here he is right after he left my office window – he peered in and was very human-like in his gestures. Astrid was laying on the castle tower right next to the glass door.

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Here he is through the arch portal heading back from where he came. He sat still here quite a while.

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Another photo of him on the tree after leaving our office door. Hard to tell, but he was huge and you can see his gorgeous bushy tail here.

Telepathy is on all-time high and I find an increase in experiences where I simply have to merge my thought with feeling and someone will answer me directly without ever contacting them.

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Yard and forest after the night’s snow

These have increasingly been the norm for people living with more daily awareness, but I’m definitely sensing a new octave is being fine-tuned, as things accelerate.

And speaking of synchronicity and alignment, I’d like to share this merging of both bitter and sweet.

Here’s a story that unfolded on Saturday’s New Moon – the day snow blew in here, a surge of creative energy blew through me, and right after my wild rabbit friend, Hope showed up the evening before.

As you may recall, I’ve recently been offering some of my animal spirit paintings to best offers and donating proceeds to rescue rabbits.

The most recent painting that found its home was Visions of Atlantis, the two dolphins swimming around an ocean vortex with a small orb bubble between them subtly revealing a temple in it.

The painting was supposed to arrive last Monday, the 23rd on Autumn Equinox. It didn’t arrive until this Saturday on the New Moon to Michigan. This past Saturday also happened to be International Rabbit Day.

Its new very aligned keeper (fellow dolphin lover who has been to The ARC – Atlantis Rejuvenation Center that my friend Jenny used to own, but recently sold, where I’ve hosted some retreats and saw the print of my dolphin painting framed in a room there that I’d given to Jenny)Β went on to relay what happened within less than an hour of the painting arriving.

This woman went outside to take care of things on the land of her organic farm and laying oddly in the grass among fallen apples was a wild rabbit. She went closer and saw that his back legs had been injured in some way, as they weren’t functioning properly and he really couldn’t use them. So she gently picked him up and took him inside, creating a warm, safe nest for him and fed him fresh rabbit delights and water.

She saw no visible injuries, blood, contusions, or swelling and his vitals looked good. One thought she had is that perhaps a large bird of prey had picked him up, but dropped him. But who knows what other things were at play.

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Sweet injured wild rabbit

When she told me this and showed me a photo, I immediately thought of my special needs rabbit, Cosmo. I said it sounds like he has spinal injury and/or potentially broken back. The way he laid in the grass with legs out, reminded me of Cosmo and his graceful little legs that couldn’t work due to his spinal injury.

So far, he’s doing well, aside from not being able to move properly. She’s nursing him and he’s relaxed, resting, and eating – happy to be cared for. I’m not sure if he’ll end up needing to stay with her or have to go to a wild life rescue, as if he does have an incurable injury he won’t be able to return to the wild. I told her a rabbit vet can help to figure out what’s wrong. He’s under her care for now and their lives have merged for a reason.

The synchronicity to this story is multi-layered. He showed up right after my painting arrived that helped fund rescue rabbits. It happened on International Rabbit Day. All week she’s been staring at rabbit artwork for a project (one of which was a rabbit angel with wings and another looking very similar to this wild rabbit). And Cosmo has been coming through a lot for me this week too, while Hope showed up just at the onset to the New Moon.

I’m so glad the rabbit found this woman, who is a sweet animal whisperer herself – two angels merging.

There have been some cool stories around the other paintings that have found new homes too and even many of the creations and gifts I’ve sent off. I’m in awe always of the beauty that unfolds and the alignments that take place when someone listens to those inner nudges.

I’m doing my best to listen as well and letting nature lead seems to be the dance to follow.

I feel like September’s surge of creativity and completion is a clearing out of energy making space, or rather, allowing me to be even more present to what is anchoring as my new.

We can have residual energy on many levels whether emotional, mental, physical, creative, psychic, etc. For me, I’ve felt a need to let go and let out ways I’ve funneled creative energy so I can get to the heart of creatively being. And this is linked to helping with my writing for sure.

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Love the contrast of my snow cactus cozy indoors peeking out at the snow blanketed garden in the chilly outdoors

The merging dance where worlds can meet and mingle, reminds me of that “being” and how energy can become whatever it wants simply by allowing and not trying to box it in.

I love the Autumn/Winter show going on right now and feel October will bring graceful surrender into what all of this is revealing.

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Love the Autumn-fallen pine needle frozen inside the bird bath water. So many birds and squirrels were sipping from it just the day before

For you, it may be a different kind of dance and merging taking place that is relative to your life, but in some way it likely is leading to a more natural and integrated flow.

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Are you experiencing the merging of worlds right now in your life?

What does it speak to you?

About Tania Marie's Blog

Creating life as a work of art with a magick rabbit by my side. I remember my song. Do you? Artist, Author and Reiki Master Teacher with over 25 years' experience in creative healing arts and metaphysical studies. Tania inspires people globally to return to natural harmony, draw forth imagination to manifest dreams, embody creative empowerment, and live more magickally and abundantly from their most natural frequency – in essence, Tania helps you to remember your song.

Posted on September 30, 2019, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. It sounds like a wild weather mix you’re having Tania, and related mix of energies and projects. I love your playful, insightful way of looking at them as energies and seasons playing. Let the games begin! πŸ™‚

  2. It’s beautiful to see the snow on the flowers and so unusual too. I love your creative work as well. I’m not sensing the merging of worlds though… Is this the time of year for it?

    • i agree! i thought it was incredibly enchanting and oh so surreal. it was like a faerytale come true! i so appreciate your sweet words always simon. everyone’s experience will vary for sure. sometimes that merging is the presence of two or more contrasting things like the bitter and sweet of an experience. not necessarily so profound, but subtly interesting to note. i think any time of year this could show up…just so happens that when seasons are changing it can be more apparent in a tangible and visual way in our environment by nature’s changes reflecting it. wishing you a wonderful week!

  3. Please tell me about the painting on the wall to the left of the little bare tree. It looks like a fruit tree bursting with fruit. Could you send me a picture so I can fully admire it? Who painted it?

    • hi janice, yes it’s a tree of life with pears, a stork in the water, two doves in the tree and a shooting star across the sky. done by a local artist here in tahoe. i had fallen in love with her work back 12-13 years ago when i found her. her work is very similar to my own and in fact this piece looks like a perfect pair to one i did years earlier. it used to hang next to it in my parent’s home, but they gave us this one when we got our first house. her name is cathy mcclelland

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