Though the challenge is complete, I feel it has been a catalyst for a greater movement within. One of long held beliefs and obstacles that have stood in the way of embracing my life to the fullest. Again, I feel I could not have chosen a better matron for this month and work. I learned a ton is such a short time from The Morrighan and feel as I continue to enter her sacred grove it will open me up to deeper shadows within. Treading her sacred spiral labyrinth, as a coiled serpent, continues to challenge and nurture me.
I asked for a culminating message. "On the precipice of change you stand. Forget not yourself and the seat of your power. Others will take it or try to take it, you can reclaim this. Be wary of environments as well as those masked close to you. Also be wary of those things sentimental as hidden within are patterns of the past." This is so true as I do struggle with setting boundaries with others.
I hope to continue my plight and make it to that middle path. I am in no way in a hurry as I bask in the shadow of the Phantom Queen. This was awesome and most grateful to be apart of such work, sharing with talented and enlightened magicians of our time. I attached a photo of my altar setup for the day and know this is just the beginning.
Also, as a final note I had a most unusual occurence yesterday. I am in my last two weeks working at a plasma center and was dreading going in. I went and worked about half my shift, went to lunch and upon return, the whole center was empty of donors, when it was full when I left. Apparently there was a defect in the sets we use for the plasmapharesis process and presented a health risk. So they closed the center and sent all of us home. No word on when they are re-opening and said they would call. Looks like I happened to land a job as the ship started sinking, lol. Anyway, I found it fascinating how just the day prior I had given my written notice and the next day the center closes, possibly for an extended time. I had to share that.
Well good luck moving forward to all and I hope to continue reading and being inspired by your work.