Wednesday, November 11, 2015


S L E E P I N G   S E R P E N T   |  N E W  M O O O N  I N   S C O R P I O

We welcome this New Moon with praying hands as it rises on the numerological night of 11.11. Its energy slithers in the awakening powers of the serpent. Scorpio's archetypal symbol of the intertwining snakes of Caduceus calls in the message of healing and energy. It's a gravitational pull towards going beyond scratching the services that nudge our subconscious—sexuality; birth, death, and rebirth; power; and the identity through which we form accordingly. 

As this New Moon rises, we can choose to keep its transformative energy dormant—stagnating that of our own—or call on it for a simultaneous rise into awakening. The serpent is a representation of Kundalini energy inherent within the base of all beings, coiled up in our root etheric body at the base of the spine. Kundalini itself means the coiled one in sanskrit and is represented through the chakras like so. The serpent lies dormant until the day that the soul or atman takes charge of uncoiling it out of its recesses. A moment of destruction and creation, death and rebirth, but at your own watch

This is a step into awakening in the grace of time within your own astral being. The serpent doesn't uncoil to strike us into reality of our powers—it moults, shedding its sleepy skin curling away from stagnancy. It is your choice tonight to tighten the seal of this sacred container or release its ethers . . . 

You've got to go at the rate you can go. You wake up at the rate you wake up. You're finished with your desires at the rate you finish with your desires. The d i s e q u i l i b r i u m  comes into h a r m o n y . You can't rip the skin off the snake. The snake must moult the skin. That's the rate it happens — RAM DASS

Where am I?
What time is it?
Repeat  until you can hear it, on your own time . . .