October 20, 2011
Djwhal Khul here. Tashi delek.
Alright. The Sun in Scorpio, as it will be moving very soon here, is a time period that I‘d say warrants some preparation. Always it can be kind of intensive but we’re dealing with a lot of things. So one of which being old issues from the past or old possessions that you’re holding on to, it might be time to get rid of them. For sure, old emotions, especially so resentment, anger, and fears. Send them away. Give them a good burial of some sort; don’t let them continue to linger.
Get the clean up work done before the Sun moves into Scorpio if you can at all. Then we’re also dealing with a lot of death transit and Scorpio is the one that kind of likes to flirt with that death drama a bit.
Also seeing a lot of fiery tempers and things of that nature coming to the surface so keep working on your own inner peace. Be careful about the company you keep and where you go at certain times of the day.
If you are in an aggravated mood yourself, just stop that task, do something else or take a five minute break to sing a happy song or a one minute break to sing a happy song and then come back to it. So do little things that keep shifting your consciousness into a positive direction.
If something isn’t going right, generally speaking at this point in time, it’s better to leave it, come back to it later than try to power through it and make it work right. That can be even stepping away from a conversation and coming back to it. It can be stop trying to change the oil and come back later when you’ve had a sandwich and you feel a little bit better. That sort of thing.
So tempers can get too violent right now during this time period. Do watch out for that. So this Sun in Scorpio, it’ll either be wounding or it’ll be healing. It’s going to go from one polarity to the other. I would suggest that you choose healing.
Alright. Thank you and my love to you,
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
(Spirituality Article, Transcribed by Micheline Ralet)
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