Posts Tagged ‘New Year’

Might have been that Mercury was retrograde for most of the month, or the new puppy, or the deadlines at work, or the excessive traffic on our under-construction roadways, or the family emergency at the start of December that left my darling little mom with a broken shoulder and the entire family in a whirl, or it might have been Hanukkah, Solstice, Christmas as usual with all the gifts to find and good cheer to embrace; it might have been one extra pull on my energy or the myriad, but the outcome was not a second for blogging. And, oh, I’ve missed you – the inexplicable cyberific connection. I’m so grateful for your energetic support. Seriously. When writers thank readers, it’s for real. There’s a delicious symbiosis that occurs in the ethers as you tend upon our words, thoughts, ideas; and the comments and praise sure help too. So, I yearn to resume the connection and to conclude the Lump Lessons narrative in the first months of the new year. It has been two years – wow – since I began to blog at the end of treatments for breast cancer. Two years that went by in a flash, and yet it has also been two years… and it’s an auspicious new year now – 2012 – and I’m ready to shift into a fresh endeavor. Something that’s born in the turbulence of the new Mayan winds.

So, as this dynamic time period called 2011 wanes, may you feast to your heart’s content on the rising of the Light, and feel the Love – pause, breath deep into your belly, release slow…ly, and feel the steady pa rump pa pum pum within. In awe, L.


Read Full Post »

Endings and beginnings, endings and beginnings, continuous endings and beginnings, grief & ecstasy, dark & light – transitions – as we ride our planet Earth. There’s the daily, the lunar, the seasonal, academic, fiscal, and, of course, the big ball drop of a Gregorian calendar flip to a new overarching numerical vibration that marks one full lap around the Sun.

Countdown: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 {{{HOORAY}}}
Kiss Kiss Clink Clink
(We’ve All Agreed)
Happy New Year!

Then, after a few rounds of Auld Lang Syne to honor the passing of time, most of us make some resolutions and point ourselves forward. Of course, there are those evolved enough to live in the moment, but pretty much most everyone who watches the clock tick toward midnight on the eve of December 31st is anticipating some sort of change if only for the sake of reporting charitable contributions to the IRS.
In my case, I consider the changing numerical vibrations. For those of you with an understanding of numerology, you know that 2010 was a 3 vibe for all who recognize the civil calendar, and 2011 is a 4. In numerology, all multiple digit numbers are reduced by adding across except for the master numbers with special enhanced vibrations, and, of course, there are all sorts of advanced configurations, meanings and equations; but for my purposes – a little fun as I tack up a new calendar on New Year’s Day – I just do the simple math and quickly calculate the single digit year for all and then my personal new year.

If you’d like to join in my fun, personal years are configured by adding the month and day of birth to the calendar year, and then reducing to a single digit.
For instance: I was born on May, 14th, so

May = 5
14 = 1 +4 = 5
2011 = 2 + 0 + 1 + 1 = 4

5 + 5 + 4 = 14 reduce to single digit 1 + 4 = 5

Thus, my personal new year vibration is 5.

So what does that mean? Maybe nothing if you don’t believe in numerology. However, as I’ve tracked my numerological configurations and meanings over the years, the numbers have informed me, so I pay attention with a “wearing my numbers like a loose garment” attitude. If you’re curious, here’s a link that offers a very broad explanation of numerology and another link that’s a bit more in depth, and another that gives key words for each number if you scroll down.

My intention or hope for my 5 year which is in keeping with a 5 vibe is adventure. I feel my 5 motor revving to go, see, do, be, meet the new. But, first, I have a commitment to keep, a pledge that I made to me to tell my breast cancer story to myself and to share that journey with others. Lump Lessons – this blog – was initiated in a personal 3 year (creative expression) and substantially grown in a 4 year (productivity through work), and now I’m restless to complete the journey; not so much because I’m ready for a new adventure, although I’m open for that too, but because I’m anxious and excited to have more revealed unto me. There’s more and, perhaps, the juicier or more dramatic parts of the experience yet to be explored.

So Happy or the Highest most Blessed 2011 vibes to all

and onward we go!

Read Full Post »

Life & Love Abroad

Adventures in the pacific and coping with life as an Air Force wife


By Joslin I. Roderick

Misifusa's Blog

The Presents of Presence


easy reading is damn hard writing


WordPress.com is the best place for your personal blog or business site.