Respect the Solar Eclipse
When I scheduled my dentist appointment for August 21st at 3pm I automatically felt uneasy. I didn’t realize at the time that is was the solar eclipse. I had to reschedule the appointment so I accepted the next available date. I mean, it’s been several weeks since I could chew on the left side of my mouth so I didn’t want to put it off any longer. Once I locked in the date I started to obsess…it’s on a Monday and maybe I will feel tired on my day back to work after a nice weekend, the last thing I’ll want is to be rigid with stress in the dentist chair. . .
I have never seen an eclipse. I have had opportunities to, but never followed through. I am starting to think that my gut was telling me to stay away. I don’t believe that the eclipse brings negative energy or that ghosts will terrorize our lives…although I do believe in ghosts. I did think that a solar eclipse is powerful and something that demands respect.
Maybe scheduling the dentist appointment during the eclipse was the best thing I could have done. If I wasn’t going to the dentist I would be at work, most likely on my computer which seems to be a no-no. If I wasn’t on my computer I would be most likely thinking about the week and setting intentions which is another no-no. It’s not that you shouldn’t set intentions, but you must be careful to be specific with your intentions, which is not my usual style.
I may be rambling and although I am not telling you what to do, or where to be, during the eclipse, I am telling you to listen to your gut and honor the eclipse. If you have the luxury to stay home and snuggle up under the covers go for it. The solar eclipse reminds us that there is so much more out there in the universe that is beyond our control. Be happy to be alive and be still.