Often for many, fear and trepidation are provoked by what dwells in the unknown space of darkness. It is as if there is something waiting to swallow us up and reshape us into something, hopefully not ugly...

Oh, how we avoid what is often so rewarding, what is so essential, and what is inevitably unavoidable – the transformation.

There is an invitation upon the winds of celestial influences now, inviting us to shift like the new season upon us, and fall like the diminishing light, like the falling leaves, into a slower, and more internal process of self-renewal. This is an invitation to exhale deeply into gratitude for this opportunity to be held in the dark night, where it is a time to rest and to replenish your body and spirit. The dark offers us the support to go under, to go unconscious and travel through other worlds, often unknown to us in our waking moments, yet wherever we were, in some way comes out with us. And we are offered time to renew and revive our energies, so that we can creatively shine by the light of the Sun.

When you are half awake in the early morning around 4:30am, please do not get up nor put the lights on. This is the time where the inspirations come. I love it and my life is easier since I follow my inspiration and gut feelings. You will remember these inspirations when you get up in the morning. Write them down and implement them that very day in your life.

There is too much caution – if you are too much thinking and taking too much time fixed on certain details, it is to the expense of not moving on. The shadow is judgment, criticism, and a narrow-minded view point. A healthier way of analyzing is to look at circumstances in the perspective of not trying to define what is right and what is wrong, but focusing on considering what is more needed or necessary in the moment vs. what is unnecessary or unneeded in that moment.

It’s time to come out of ourselves a bit and interrelate. The inner need is moved by a desire to relate, make connections and understand what is going on outside of ourselves now. Our deep feelings are provoked and the carnal desire within to understand and get in touch with some deep questions like:

What are your boundaries?
What is it that defines you?
How are you different from the other?
What supports you?
What is the foundation of your life built from?

Then ask Why? And today the questions are a quizzical exploration upon – my personal experience – in relationship to – your personal experience. A play of objectiveness/ subjectiveness is on the stage today.

This is your Mantra for this week:

“Life surrenders to Death. From Death is born New Life. The Dark is forever waiting to swallow up the light. As my time here is undermined, I use it to shine bright – like fire walks in the night!”

Author's Bio: 

Angela Schulz-Henke is a success and business coach. She loves to see her clients thrive and live a fulfilled life.
Her mentor is John Assaraf, Bob Proctor, Bruce Lipton and for marketing Chris Cardell and Michael Gerber.
She just founded a Business Coaching Company with 2 other ladies to coach small companies and people who want to set up their own business or improve their business in a rapid changing market.