Today, with a full moon eclipse in Libra is a great day to surrender, to forgive and to be grateful. Emotionally decluttering, forgiving everyone and everything we haven’t yet forgiven and being grateful for past experiences (teachings) allows us to plant seeds of desire and move a step closer to the life of our dreams. To finding the peace we seek.
Most of this year is under the influence of Saturn and Neptune with Jupiter coming into play at the moment as well. This means we are being supported by the planets to make changes in our lives, to release and transcend old patterns that no longer serve us, in a way that is gently powerful. To surrender in a way that we may not have thought about before. Resistance falls away paving the path for us to know ourselves on a deeper level, to feel inspired about our life and to let go where needed.
The Power of Surrender
To support us in surrendering during this time of transparency and transcendence and to allow that which is no longer needed to wash away from our energy field, I have chosen a card for the week from Judith Orloff’s card deck The Power of Surrender. A message to transform your life by letting go.
The card I have chosen is relevant to you because you’re reading this now.
The card is Surrender the Habit of People-Pleasing. Speak your needs and be true to yourself. Focus on your own happiness instead of always trying to please others. It’s not your role to make others happy. It’s your role to enjoy your own life and to be accountable for your own happiness.
Feeling good or seeking pleasure is not something you need to earn or wait for someone else to give you permission. Being unhappy can’t make another person happy. Happiness is a choice and occurs in the present moment. In each and every moment, we can choose to be happy no matter what. Give yourself permission to be happy now, to enjoy everything you do and to seek out pleasurably experiences. Have fun now! Put yourself first and surrender the habit of pleasing others before yourself. You deserve it. Allow old habits to wash away with the waning of the full moon.