And so, we come to the end of our two week eclipse cycle. Here on the west coast, we won’t actually see the eclipse but it will certainly affect us, as they all do.
My excitement tonight was instigated by my cats. Monday nights are trash nights, when the sandboxes get emptied, scrubbed and refilled with clean sand, the house gets vacuumed, and, typically, I hit at least the bathroom floors with the spray and mop thingie. My little darlings apparently decided that my “lick and a promise” approach was not acceptable, so they did the only thing they could. The left a rather distinct puddle UNDER the sandbox in my master bath, which necessitated a thorough, pine sol infused scrubbing, and since I scrubbed one bathroom, I might as well not waste my soapy water, so the other got a thorough scrubbing as well. I have to admit, the fresh smell of pine is rather pleasant (and for all of the cat lovers out there, yes, I did thoroughly rinse and dry the floor so my little darlings would not be adversely affected by contact with said piney cleaner).
After speaking to my broker and making some changes to my portfolio, I also got some good news on the financial front, and feel a lot less pressure while things are aligning for my new path. When asked what my monthly outflow was, his “is that all?” was, initially, surprising, until later when I realized that it amounted to what is just a lot of peoples’ house payment these days. There is definitely a lot to be said for staying put for over 30 years! Frankly, though, I’d like to be able to get by on a lot less, but there are some debts which I’ll be paying off before that happens (and if all goes well, that won’t be very far in my future!)
My first thoughts after receiving the good news were of gratitude, and part of that related to my continued offering of thanks for always having enough. And so, I do! The Universe was definitely speaking to me today, and giving me a very clear sign that everything is going along as planned and that everything I want and need will be there when the time is right. My only job right now is to continue allowing and moving forward. I think I can handle that!
The cats seem to be affected either by the impending eclipse or the wind or something I’m emitting without realizing it because I’ve had at least 2 if not 4 close by nearly all day. When I went out to the garage a few times for one thing or another, I’d have someone checking to make sure I would be right back. And Dylan didn’t wolf down his treats tonight, preferring to eat a few, then sit beside me and snuggle. As always when their behavior changes, I find myself wondering: Do they know something I don’t?
I’m the first to say that animals are far more sensitive to earth changes than we are. They sense earthquakes, but I believe they sense things which might be more cosmically than terrestrially initiated as well. I’ve yet to be steered wrong by an animal!
May everyone find the benefit in these cosmic energy shifts and boosts. I still feel strongly about this being an amazing year!
My gratitudes tonight are:
1. I am grateful for Universal assurances that everything is on track for success.
2. I am grateful to receive reassurance that I will be able to take care of myself for a long time to come.
3. I am grateful for the attentiveness of my animals who give me comfort, reassurance and companionship, asking little more than a comfortable place to sleep, ample food, a treat or two and affection.
4. I am grateful for the examples I receive from my friends. Through them, I continue to strive to be a better person.
5. I am grateful for opportunities to do a better job while following this episode of Human Existence.
Love and light.