Like a great power outage, eclipses interrupt and disrupt. They shake us out of our complacency. Even the mere sight of an eclipse stops us in our tracks.
It’s a force of nature.
By blocking the light, eclipses takes away the sense of sight and force us to attune through our other senses as we navigate in the dark, in the realm of mystery.
Eclipse season is not a time for manifesting or making big moves.
How do you navigate in the dark?
You get low to the ground. You move slowly, feeling your way, listening to the sounds of the wind and for the subtle signs that tell you where you are.
Without light, your map is useless. Logic won’t help you, reasoning is irrational.
Instead, you must rely on your inner compass to guide you.
The primary skill you need in an eclipse is trust.
Trust that the ground will support you. Trust that the light will shine again. Trust that you will find your way.
When eclipse arrives
Listen. Feel. Sense. Move slowly.
Trust you’ll find your way