Warriors of the Light, Part 2

As I’m pulling in my energies to prepare for my departure next week, and not yet in a place to begin writing about this adventure, I came across another passage in Paulo Coelho’s Warrior of the Light that is resonating with a wide range of writing I’ve come across lately. 

My “go-to” astrologer Georgia Nicols reports that Pluto is now in Capricorn until 2024, the first time since 1762-1779, the time of the American Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, and the French Revolution.  As Pluto, the government sign, represents the forceful (even violent) tearing down of something in order to rebuild it better, some might consider its appearance a portend of the current unrest in Egypt.   

Local Feng Shui consultant, Skye MacLachlan, suggests this Year of the Rabbit will be atypical as it normally ushers in peace and calm after the Tiger’s intensity.  Not so this year.  Instead a continued intensity and  disharmony as major shifts are occurring. 

So onto Coelho’s offering (17):

From now on – and for the next few hundred years – the Universe is going to help Warriors of the Light and hinder the prejudiced.

The Earth’s energy needs to be renewed. 

New ideas need space.

Body and soul need new challenges.

The future has become the present, and every dream – except those dreams that involve preconceived ideas – will have a chance to be heard.

Anything of importance will remain.  Anything useless will disappear.  It is not the Warrior’s responsibility, however, to judge the dreams of others, and he does not waste time criticizing other people’s decisions.

In order to have faith in her path, she does not need to prove that someone else’s path is wrong.

Shine on, sister and brother Warriors.  Shine on.

About Katharine Weinmann

living and leading with courage, clarity, compassion and creativity
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