Welcome, Age of Aquarius!

“It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tired into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one destiny, affects all indirectly.” ~ Martin Luther King

Doomsday is not upon us. It is, in fact, the dawning of a new age.

As we move from one Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius, believed by some to occur on December 21, 2012, we must be aware of certain things. This change is not an instant effect; the change is part of a larger cycle, much like the first day of winter (or winter solstice) is December 21, the change from fall to winter doesn’t happen overnight.

There is no agreement between astrologers as to what day will signify the beginning of the next age. I would also like to point out that the Christian Bible talks about “the end of the world,” but the word “world” was mistranslated from its original language. The literal translation is “age”. Doomsday is not upon us.

Astrologers have long talked about the Age of Aquarius as a period when each individual is capable of spiritual awareness without the intercession of religious authority.

 

I see awareness, a greater level of consciousness, use of the third eye, or intuition.

In the coming (or already started) Age of Aquarius, we become aware of the collective soul. We have always been this, but for a time, we’ve forgotten. Positive energy and love will solve many of the world’s problems, if we listen to our hearts.

It is my hope that, with the dawning of the New Age, we will learn to recognize ourselves in each other. Take a moment to consider how many ails such consciousness will provide.

Love will change the world.

Sooner or later. 

 

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More Beginnings:

>> 12.21.12: As Above, So Below.

>> December 2012: What you need to know. 

 

 

{Let the sun shine in.}

 

 

Melanie Imhoff
Melanie: means dark skinned. In reality very little pigment concentrates her. She has spent her life digging and learning. She has found family in kindred spirits. She is a mother, a writer, an encourager. Hers is the house where all the neighborhood kids want to be. This is the house where the weird people paint tables, play guitar, create art with whatever they can find. Music adorns her life, concomitant passion partnered with words. Spiritual and caring, writing is not just a hobby, it is therapy. She is sandwiched between Milwaukee and Chicago, both of which are lovers. The lake. The lake breathes life for her and is not just a bonus for her, it is oxygen. To read more ramblings, go to www.sylviawickingham.wordpress.com.
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