Breaking Free From Restrictions & Finding Your Own Inner Snowman Reason for Change ~ 2020’s Last Full Moon & Brief Update
Have you been feeling the need for extra rest, time for yourself, or discovered a newfound sense of comfort with just being? Or, perhaps you’re feeling a surge of motivation that hasn’t been around as much until recently, coupled with the onset of ideas, inspiration, and even a hint of excitement for things ahead?
If you’re experiencing some or even all of this, it really makes sense given the energetic scene. These experiences are connected. You may be balancing out the pendulum swings from a very dramatic, revealing year, while finding a new place to land that reflects the new you you’ve been unwrapping.
This is a time for letting go – not just in theory or as a nice idea, but in actually LETTING GO.
Today, December 29th, brings us a reflective Full Moon that is sure to provide both opportunity to, and spotlight on, where change is needed and possible to break free from past restrictions. This is being aided by a well-aspected Uranus sextile, so if you have been wanting to experience a big transformation, it’s on the table, but it comes with complete release into something entirely new.
All those fixated attachments that tug and trigger the emotions, are being highlighted so that they can be moved out and not cycled through again and again. In order for the collective to have all these wonderful changes we so desire, envision, and for some – are fighting for – we must let go of the inner fight and step fully into the change we want that will have nothing to do with how things used to be.
This second Full Moon of December happens to be in the sign of Cancer, which echoes what the very first Full Moon of 2020 was in. An interesting full circle year from bookend to bookend that reflects what we embarked on to complete. Restriction can be eased on all levels by breaking those old habits once and for all. Be ready, willing, and on board with action to try on a new pair of shoes.
What ever you intended during this year, and especially this month within the opportunistic portals we had, be willing to courageously act and take steps toward your plans, especially during this next two week period until the January New Moon. Ideas are awesome, but it’s in aligned action that backs up the intentions, where manifestation happens.
If it seems overwhelming, remember, one step at a time is all it takes. Momentum is key. The nature of energy is to flow.
You don’t need to know where the path leads, as that takes you out of your heart and keeps you stuck in your head. Life is more peaceful when you merge intention with embrace so you align with the natural flow of divine grace guiding every step of the way.
With Sun in Capricorn and Moon in Cancer, it’s all about balancing life and profession. Take a look at what you prioritize or avoid on either front and see where adjustments can be made for greater wellness and a healthier, integrated approach.
Everything is highlighted during a Full Moon, so use this doorway to acknowledge and cleanse out all the nooks and crannies of what was brought to light during this year that you no longer could hide from.
The photos above are from a recent snow shoe we did and felt reflective of the journey and energy I just shared about. Although it is the Sun in the above photos, to someone else it might appear as if the Full Moon.
Where ever and how ever you are being called to focus, your perspective is going to be a guiding force for support or trigger. Soften your gaze and breathe into your heart. The answers are always within if you truly want them.
And speaking of answers, I’ve learned one from our very own Frosty.
Although we’ve been finding SO many snow people this year when out in nature, we decided to build our very own sweet little guy in the front yard right next to one of our big guardian trees, which happens to also be at the entrance to my garden just beyond the fence gate behind him. Creating him was aided by a Christmas gift we received from Dave’s mom, which was a snowman making kit that included all the accessories you see above.
The snow was alright, but took some patience to make the process of manifestation come together as you see. Ironically, we got more fresh snow the night and morning after we made our little buddy, but we were quite proud of our friend we helped bring to life.
He’s a portly little guy with a wide, round base to keep him stable and creating him as such with a base that somewhat flows into the ground makes him appear to have just emerged and seems to make it look like he’s swooshing along the ground, as that’s how snowmen walk you know. 🙂
Our perfectly imperfect friend makes me giggle with delight. I love seeing him outside standing watch and spreading joy and hope.
Building a snowman is a free form of artistic expression that anyone can do. And yet, not everyone will stop to immerse in the snow and take time to form it into an extension of their dreams, joy, passion, creative individuality, or hopes.
Why doesn’t everyone build a snowman?
Well, likely for many reasons including it’s just not interesting enough, it’s not worth the time, they don’t like snow very much, it seems silly and childish, or maybe they hadn’t even though about it as a possibility.
But for many, it might just boil down to not being important enough, right?
Could it be that much of life comes down to this? How important something really is to you?
If it in fact is very important, you will in fact do something about it.
You’ll at least try and continue exploring ways to make it, or something similar, possible.
And if it in fact really isn’t that important, then it won’t be a priority unless something makes it a priority for you.
Sure, there are other variables that come into play and they may have their own importance we’re not always conscious of, or want to accept. Yet, when we align with the vulnerable truth of what IS at the forefront of importance, regardless of how we judge that, then we change the game.
I know that anytime I really looked at things honestly, I was able to uncover the guiding force of importance it had for me and then if I chose a new direction of importance, I was able to do it with all of me, which in turn created change.
Why do I make some things happen, work, or manifest or why do I change some things and not others?
Because I feel it’s important enough to do or important enough to work at changing.
May we all find our own inner snowman reason for the changes we desire seeing in our life and in the world.
A quick update:
We’re heading out for the winter so I’ll have one more end-of-year blog before then. As mentioned, I’ll be cutting back on services for a while to complete what I already have on hand and to focus elsewhere. Currently there’s only two classes scheduled for 2021 and besides them, the last few client sessions, and the current roster of designs and custom paintings, I’m not taking on anything else while I’m away. I may even close the last remaining intentional art or sacred tattoo design spaces come 12/31, so if that’s been of interest you may want to let me know today or tomorrow. I will still be blogging when inspiration hits and working in terms of these things I’m already invested in, but that’s it.
I’ll be putting The Magick Rabbit Etsy Shop on vacation hold, as I can’t fulfill orders during that time. That will go into effect on 12/31 as well. So, if there’s something you’ve wanted or a custom piece you’re envisioning, you have today and tomorrow to place orders so that I have time to get them shipped off or take with me what I need to create your piece.
I may or may not reopen the shop upon return, but likely if I do it will only be when I am inspired to create something and add to the shop.
Wishing you all an illuminating and transformational Full Moon.