We are slowly reaching the end of another year! This will most likely be my last post for the year 2011.
It is a “5” year. 5 is the number of mysticism and of the elements (fire, air, water, earth and spirit), as well as adaptation, adjustment, challenge, and change. The number 5 is also representative of Mercury, the planet of communication.
Looking back, 2011 was a number ‘4’ year. 4 is the number of manisfesting, doing, setting into motion, solidifying and creating. For myself and those around me, I believe that it was exactly that kind of year for us. In 2012, we will still be in the process of building and setting into place what we began in 2011, and so it will be a continuation of 2011 with doses of challenges while adapting and adjusting to the changes.
Communication of all forms will be the continuity factor and using our intuition will be the foundation to follow the right path for each of us – as individuals, as societies, and as nations.
Technology will continue to evolve to afford us new ways of communicating with each other.
According to the Mayan prophesies, the world is going to change as we know it. Will this change happen gradually or will it be a sudden change? I believe it will all depend on how we process all this information on a collective level. We are all linked on a collective level whether one believes this or not, and if we allow ourselves to go down a more negative path, collectively, the result could be disastrous. So let’s continue manifesting positive and constructive thoughts about the direction in which our planet will evolve and that is what will come – given everything that which we have control over and that which we do not.
Here is an interesting link: http://www.13moon.com/prophecy%20page.htm#2 and read the section “Is 2012 going to be the End of the World”
In the meantime, we have a full year to make things right, to make things better one day at a time, one life at a time… and the opportunity to live life in the NOW, enjoying each day to its fullest!
Happy New Year to Everyone!
See you next year!