Hyper-Sensitive Solstice

Summer Solstice is the moment the Sun moves from the busy sign of Gemini into the family-oriented sign of Cancer.  This is the time of year that we turn to our roots to celebrate our connection to our clan.  Even though Cancer represents “the home”, it is common to find ourselves on a journey with those we consider family.  This may or may not be our blood family, but somewhere within ourselves there is a deep desire to belong, and those whom we feel the most settled become our companions.  Summer Solstice celebrations bring groups together to celebrate appreciation of the earth and respect for all we have.  In New Mexico, the Summer Solstice celebration of the 3HO family is a 10 day spiritual retreat on ancient Hopi land where Kundalini Yoga and living with the basics brings one back to an understanding that we are a spiritual being having a physical experience.

As we open this Summer with the sensitive sign of Cancer hosting the Sun, we also feel the feminine Moon in the most psychic sign of the zodiac, Pisces.  Our abilities to read our intuition are high.  The feelings at the solar plexus tell us the truth of any situation.  If pain or discomfort exist in this area, change thought to a place where you know there is relief.  Think of something you love unconditionally, such as a pet.  From this feeling vantage point, we can learn the difference between something that is good for us, and something that does not serve us.  The more we are able to keep our focus on what feels good, the more life will bring us situations that agree with who we are.

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