If you’ve read any of my books, you know that I have a tendency to move around (blame it on Chiron in my 4th house).
However, there were times I moved in anger, lingering childhood PTSD or simply because I needed movement to spur me out of depression. It gave me a high to be in a new place, until the inevitable crash because wherever you go, there you are. Until I really learned how to be at peace with the story of my life, movement was a temporary fix (just like a outgrown marriage or a boring job or a day to day that feels safe but slowly crushes your soul).
I’ve often heard in my own readings that it’s time to permanently leave VT — and I know that is true. I’ve already started my exploration of potential new lands and keep an open heart about the whole process. The difference now and the hothead I once was? I wait for the door to open. It’s an invitation, rather than blasting my way through with powerful measures. Believe me, blasting can be SO fun and stressful and dramatic — but I’m trying a new way. Flow. When it flows, the way is much easier.
When everything lines up and that door opens, I’m walking right through to my next adventure. I love Vermont and am filled to the brim with gratitude over the gifts she’s given me. But the overall vibe/paradox here is deep love for the state and the struggle to earn a living. Many psychics have told me that VT does not support me energetically and baby, I am all about ease now.
We’ll see what opens. I’m grateful to be here now while feeling excited about what is to come. Bits and pieces arrive in dreams to stoke my imagination but nothing solid…yet.
I was asked in my last interview what I saw for my future and even though I’m a seer, I have NO idea, which is so thrilling. As long as I remember to be grateful for what I have now in VT and not stress that I’m making a mistake, stayed too long or all of the other ways we trip ourselves out when change approaches, then I can relax and know that I will move on exactly at the right time. BKS Iyengar once said, “Live happily and die majestically”. That’s the mantra I follow now.