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Calm seas up ahead as we gently sail away from the turbulence of the last month.

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Calm seas up ahead as we gently sail away from the turbulence of the last month. The skies are opening up and circumstances will miraculously begin to fall into place as intended. The occasional choppy waters will spring up out of nowhere, but vanish just as quickly.

This past month should have been about laying low, re-evaluating where you are, altering your old outdated thought processes, released people and addictions that needed to be emancipated. Perhaps some people took the hint and walked away on their own, while others you had to extricate from your life through force of will. You might have been resistant to let go, but God leads by closing those doors for a reason.

One sided unrequited connections never work and can’t be forced. If it doesn’t evolve organically, then let it go. If something in your life doesn’t work out, then that’s because there’s no purpose in it, even if you can’t see that at the time.

 

“Come upon a sea of trouble until the winds of change shift. My course is set, there’s no turning back, but there’s no going anywhere yet. Full sail, does the silence of the sea sound warning of a storm ahead? Whispers of the breeze stir and disappear, too soft to hear what’s in store for me.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw-bCdNhL-Y

 


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A raised vibration coupled with life experience helps in awakening your consciousness.

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A raised vibration coupled with life experience helps in awakening your consciousness. When your consciousness is awakened, you view Earthly life with broader perception. Suddenly Earthly life in general appears trivial and superficial. You may start to feel permanently disconnected from it, isolated, and set apart from the norm. While this might cause you to stumble into a depression, understand that these are clues that your consciousness is expanding.

 


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Patiently hanging back in a state of inner peace disconnected from all irritants and distractions

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Patiently hanging back in a state of inner peace disconnected from all irritants and distractions. This is the eerie calm stillness just before we rise up again out of the ground in flames more commanding than before. You have to transform and emerge, die and die again, because there is no rationality to remain as is.

Took a long hot ceremonial shower after spending days clearing and cleansing in preparation for this ensuing chapter. Extricated and cut out any and all that no longer serves purpose for this next venture of ours. It was like swatting flies and macing rioters away to subdue the unworthy.

I’ve forever had to listen to the unstable call me a colorful array of adjectives from cold, aloof, brat, a dick, a punk, distant, an ass, polite, disinterested, and on and on. When the truth has always been in plain view. The limited need a brick wall to fall on them to take the hint that I’m never accessible to anyone I don’t need to be accessible too.

This was followed by the lighting of our ritual rattle viper sperm incense and sage clearing to rid the areas of toxins and dark energies, before moving back into that centered loving space to bring Him in. It takes resilience and hard work to remain focused on what’s important and what you were called to do, but it is something we are masters at.

**Planet Mercury moves into its stationary position before it slowly, but gradually begins to move forward on the New Moon day in Aries.  The road ahead this week will still be a bit bumpy, but not as bad as it’s been over the last few weeks.  Expect clear sailing by the third week of April **

 


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Prepare for a bumpy intense ride throughout the weekend. Stay away from toxic gossip ridden people.

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The dark energy storm will be building over the next few days. This means it can feel a bit rough as the planets collide and shift bringing up all sorts of uncomfortable intensity. You can soar through it easier as long as you remain on high alert and disciplined about what you allow in your surroundings and what you ingest into your body. This means being disciplined about who you engage with since one of the two places that intensity is displayed is from other people. The other place is what you conjure up with your own feelings and thoughts.

If you know someone who is typically toxic, antagonistic, drama creating, or gossip ridden, then you’ll want to steer clear of those types of personalities. They never offer anything of benefit at all ever, but over the next few days that will be extremely evident more than usual. Stick with people that are gentle and/or fun and lighthearted to be around, otherwise fly solo if possible.

Mercury preps to move to its stand still on Sunday, which will give rise to confusion, miscommunication, and misunderstandings. The new moon takes position in Aries, which means that while it’s a great time for new beginnings and revelations, Aries is an action oriented sign prompting one to leap before thinking. This happens while Mercury switches direction, so you can expect some irritating mishaps if you attempt to dive too soon.

Dark Pluto will be switching direction as well bringing up deep introspection and personal transformative changes. Things will gradually lighten up into the third week of April. As the week progresses, the skies open up allowing you to sail forward as roadblocks drop out of your way one by one. Until then, purge those toxic emotions accumulated, lay low, stay centered, and release all of the garbage gathered in recent weeks. In the darkness, there is light, where there is Light, there is ALWAYS hope.


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Clairvoyant messages can also come through your dreams that need to be decoded by you

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Clairvoyant messages can also come through your dreams that need to be decoded as I’ll illustrate. The creative process will throw me into an ever whirling tornado like abyss. It builds before erupting into a chaotic dangerous volcanic storm of inner turmoil that blasts into the ethers. This expands and pulls me further under water preventing me from taming the beast that’s taken over.

Days turn into weeks with no redemptive salvation release in sight from this runaway train that’s driving madly out of control. I rip one of the crucifixes off from strangling my neck in suffocation and fling it across the room before bed. Only then does spirit step into my dreams to reign me back in.

THE DREAM:

While in this deep sleep, I’m with a few friends at an outdoor restaurant set up at the edge of a pier boardwalk that sits out over the ocean. Out of nowhere, the wind picks up, thunder pounds, and the skies grow ominously black in the middle of the day. Suspiciously calm, I notice the ocean begin to rise around us into a gigantic dark green monstrous tidal wave that turns murky. It continues to lift and rise up higher over the pier before it curves upwards two hundred feet hovering over our table for a few minutes.

The wave hangs above us until I make contact with it realizing what’s going to happen, “Get under the table!” Everyone panics and the wave comes crashing down. I crawl out from under the table to find that it’s started to rain. We all get up and walk briskly down the boardwalk towards the shore, then I start laughing, which lightens everyone else up joining in. My eyes shoot open and I’m back in bed experiencing uplifting joy.

THE MESSAGE:

The tidal wave represented the repressed unstable emotions building into a perilous force. The wave explodes and slams down onto the pier indicating the feelings erupting into pressure release. The rain with the sky lightening up followed by the laughter indicated the darkness passing igniting a baptism and redemption that all is well. Had we been in horror, then this would’ve indicated something sinister was on its way in real time.

Later that day, I walked into the gym to find a similar themed message come in. This time through music that started up blasting on the video channels called, “Great Big Storm” by Nate Ruess. In the video, he’s jumping up and down singing joyfully on a street as if in church with a marching band that joins in the fun. It starts to rain, but they’re all rejoicing as if being released and redeemed.

“Great Big Storm” music video by Nate Ruess:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaWLLFQHeEg

 

 


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Where is Kyra? Michelle Pfeiffer stars in this social commentary about those disregarded by humanity

Where is Kyra?

Society overlooks the people that move about through the streets near the brink of ultimate poverty and despair. These are the older people who have been unable to find work for years. They’re ignored on the sidewalk and invisible to the rest of the world. Michelle Pfeiffer plays such a character dominating nearly every scene as Kyra in the dark, moody, and tragic, “Where is Kyra?”, which opens this week.

“It’s just hard out there. I’m no spring chicken.” Kyra (Michelle Pfeiffer) explains to Doug (Kiefer Sutherland), the equally demoralized gentleman she meets in a bar and develops a friendship with. Kyra is a divorced older woman caring for her ailing mother Ruth. She’s been unable to find a job since she was let go from the company she worked at as an accountant a couple of years prior. Full of definitive rejection, anguish, and despondence she tells him, “Ever since I lost my job, I have been looking for work every day. I don’t even know how many resumes I’ve dropped off. I have tried everything, and am reduced to handing out flyers on parked cars and praying every day that I even have that.”

Kyra’s luck grows from bad to worse when her mother passes away. Still unable to find work, she dresses younger and hipper in an attempt to shave years off her age so that someone will hire her. This doesn’t work either and she soon ends up on the verge of being evicted from her apartment, leaving the next pit stop to include potentially panhandling and living on the streets.
One uncomfortable saving grace is that her mother’s death was never properly recorded, so the government continues to send the social security payments to Kyra’s apartment. Kyra dresses up as her mother for bank visits in order to fraudulently cash her mother’s disability checks. This isn’t about her committing a crime, but what people do when it comes down to basic survival. It’s a dilemma that the struggling aging individual hopes they’ll never be faced with, but one that so many people end up fighting through and enduring alone.

As mentioned a couple of weeks ago in my “Roseanne” post, I tend to have enormous compassion and interest for those I see fighting to survive and stay afloat. They’re the people that are in the background just trying to get their bills paid. This is the overall basic premise in one of my upcoming book releases later this year called, “Living for the Weekend”.

“Where is Kyra?” tells the unheard stories of the people that others snub on the street because they may not look like a hot young charming model. They’ve committed that Earthly crime of aging, while simultaneously dissolving into the background where they are discarded and dead to their surroundings. No one looks at them or talks to them as they evaporate from view.
This film is an essential social commentary to the sad state that currently exists among so many people. Hundreds of millions of people grow older and struggle to find any kind of work with no luck at all. I’ve listened to some of their stories, I see them on the streets and sense their pain, while everyone else turns a blind eye disinterested. The older they get, the harder it gets, and this films sheds some beautiful magnificent light on that. No one mobilizes to create marches and protests over something that affects millions of people over anything else. If they did, that’s something I’d gladly participate in.

Michelle has been receiving rave reviews, as she usually does, for her exceptional performance in this deep dark character study that pays candid homage to the people that no one notices. It may be hard for some to believe that anyone wouldn’t notice Michelle’s beauty, but in this film she painfully disappears into this character. As the development guy at her former production company, one of her favorite characters she once told me she likes to play are the ones that vanish into the background as everyday people. She’s done this in films like Frankie and Johnny, Love Field, A Thousand Acres, to New Year’s Eve.

This was always against the repetitive advice of her former agent of decades, Ed Limato, before he passed away. During the height of her box office reign in the late 90’s, I used to listen to Ed and Michelle disagree about her film choices. He always wanted her to wear a tight revealing sexy dress playing a stunning hot bombshell role that would showcase how hot she is in some box office blockbuster. Her argument is that she’s never been interested in all that. She’s always wanted to play real people with real problems that she could disappear into. This new one is no different.

Fresh off the success of, The Wizard of Lies, Mother! and Murder on the Orient Express this past year, she returns in a haunting bold performance in Where is Kyra?. The movie was technically filmed before the other three films, but was recently picked up for distribution. Honest, dark, small, real films are a harder sell for distributors to take on, because let’s face it these great little art house films may be critically raved about, but are not typically box office smashes. For every What Lies Beneath, Hairspray, Batman Returns, Dangerous Minds, or Murder on the Orient Express, she squeezes in the occasional small character film.

The Wizard of Lies (top left), Mother! (top right), Murder on the Orient Express (bottom left), Where is Kyra? (bottom right)
Where is Kyra?


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With the intense energies throughout Easter and Passover Weekend, it’s best to lay low and re-center

 

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With the intensity of the extreme planetary transits dancing together in the Heavens right now bringing out the worst in human behavior on this Easter/Passover weekend, sometimes it’s best to take a step back to detach and clear away those toxic energies latching onto you with its dirty tentacles.

When circumstances become too great, then take some time out from others in quiet meditation or contemplation. Create a sanctuary ambiance at home, with just the right music and scents, disconnect from people and technology for several hours or even the day if possible. Spend that time re-centering yourself, conversing and connecting with the Divine.

Go on a day or weekend trip to a serene nature locale with a positive joyful optimistic friend, family member, a loved one, a pet, or by yourself if you find that to be more beneficial. Some people prefer to have no one around as they re-align and re-calibrate their soul. While others may choose that one person whose natural light lifts their spirit just by being in their vicinity.

{Photo taken in Rancho Palos Verdes, California}

 


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Address Issues With Assertive Compassion; Prepare for Some Cleansing Losses; Challenge Yourself

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Even the most centered person on the planet experiences negative feelings from time to time. When that happens, they can readily glide over it and move back into a focused detached emotional state, rather than dwelling in the toxicity of negative emotions. Address something with assertive compassion that needs to be addressed, then let it go and move on.

 

No automatic alt text available.The next few weeks may result in some losses particularly where people are concerned. It might be the loss of a lover, friend, colleague, or acquaintance. Sometimes those are people that needed to be extricated from your life anyway, but you were hesitant out of fear. The Universe will be taking care of that for you into April. At the same time, don’t be surprised to find that people from the past such as old flames or friendships start popping back in out of nowhere to either bring closure to the connection that never received it or to rekindle the union in a new way.

This will be a time of clarity gaining, broader perception seeking, and taking a step back to truly examine what you’re looking to do. Dust off and re-vise, re-plan, re-think, and re-do whatever it is that needs tending to, as this will be a great time to go backwards and clean up any accumulated cobwebs. It’s also a great time to meditate, spend more time in nature, relaxing, and allowing brilliant ideas to rise to the top. Just avoid acting on those great ideas until after Mid-April. Let go, let flow, and ride the next few weeks out by laying low and cleaning house literally and metaphorically.

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On a side personal note, I circuit train when I work out at the gym in Beverly Hills. This includes high intensity strength training. They changed the lighting in the place where it’s ridiculously bright. I absolutely cannot be in bright artificial light as my eyes are too sensitive. Now I wear sunglasses when I’m in there as I do in any place that’s too bright. I even wear them at night at times.

I asked them, “Why is it so bright as if you’re lighting a film set?” I texted a best friend about it and he says, “It’s Beverly Hills. They want to judge you.”

I’m not necessarily competitive while at the gym, but I will notice if a guy uses a machine after me and I’ll pay attention to where he moves the weights. If he adds more, then I sneer with that irritated resting bitch face. Not out of competition, but because I always strive to be better. However, I will calculate and compute his stats like age, height, weight, build, and will grade it that way. For instance if he’s a 22 year old with a 6’4” football build, then obviously I’m not gonna match that so I let it go. Although I will notice guys younger than me benching less, then I know I’m where I need to be.

 

 


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The Popular Roseanne Television Sitcom is Back for Another Season!

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She’s baaaaack!! In 1990, when I was 17, I stopped watching television and haven’t watched it since. The only exception was the “Roseanne” show, which I still watch re-runs on DVD today, while constantly bombarding friends with video texts of clips from it. It’s coming back March 27th with the same cast for another season after over 20 years of being off the air. Naturally much will have changed since the ground breaking button pushing show that touched on real life issues hit the country.
I watch movies that I choose to watch, but no television. Television and cable isn’t hooked up in my house. My youngest sister is 22 years younger, so during the days when I was watching her as she was growing up, she wasn’t allowed to watch television around me either. She could pick out a DVD I approved of though, so I wasn’t a total drill sergeant with everyone around me, contrary to what some might say. 😉
The “Roseanne” show, which eventually became the #1 most watched show in the U.S. in the late 80’s, was a different story. I gravitated towards it for many reasons that included its accurate portrayal of the struggling working class, which I grew up in and have an ongoing enormous empathy for and draw towards to the point that it prompted me to write a book called, “Living for the Weekend”, which will be out this Summer.
Roseanne was one of the first sitcoms to depict a two parent working household, while touching on taboo issues that now seems tame by comparison. Her humor is similar to mine in many ways, which only those that know me in person can pick up on that aspect. And her penchant to say things without a filter no matter who it offends.
Roseanne, who I’ve met and communicated with a few times in the past, will be breaking down more boundaries in this season as she did in her original sitcom. It will be the first entertainment sitcom show in history to show both political sides of America with objectivity, balance, and humor. No one else would dare try to do that in what is one of the most intolerant, disrespectful, whiny, aggressive, and embarrassing times with humanity. While I generally have distaste, disinterest, and disapproval over anyone political, I’m much more lenient when I notice the person is conveying balance and objectivity by showing all sides realistically and equally. That is a challenging thing for the mediocre mind to be able to do, but if anyone can do it, it’s Roseanne.
Roseanne was also one of the first popular sitcoms to feature “homosexual” characters as regular people at her insistence against constant network and public protesting. Before then, the portrayal of “gays” was predominately negative, stereotypical, or used as a side gag. I still remember the public outcry to ban and stop one of the Roseanne episodes from running that featured a woman kissing Roseanne in a same sex bar. Today that wouldn’t be unusual, but back then it was met with all sorts of angry protests and threats.
When asked if the episode would air Roseanne said, “How the Hell should I know. I do my show every week, put it in the can, and give it to the network to do whatever they want with it. What do I give a damn, I still get my money.” In reality, she threatened to move her top rated hit show to another network if the current network did not air the episode. She could not understand how they could air content that showed women being raped or mutilated, but are refusing to air two women sharing a kiss. The network was torn and ended up airing the episode despite the public backlash and advertiser threats. It broke more records by becoming the first hit TV series in history again to feature an intimate kiss between two women.
Roseanne was also the first female in television to demand more money and get it. Before that, if any woman dared tried to do that, the network would kick them off the show or make an example of them no matter how popular they were. The fearless trailblazing Roseanne was able to break down that door because…..well she’s Roseanne.


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Mercury Retrograde is in full swing already. Prepare for delays, stresses, frustration, and non-movement through mid-April

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Ready or not here it comes again. Mercury is prepping to move retrograde Friday, March 23rd where it will stay until mid-April. Expect life to come to a standstill in all areas for the next few weeks. Pushing to move forward with anything will more than likely be met with resistance and frustration. This includes pursuing a new job, friendship, or love interest.

When attempting to make plans with people, be prepared to find that those plans don’t work out as expected. If they do, they’re met with challenges, cancellations, flakiness, and delays. For example your car breaks down on the way to the appointment, or there is an accident that adds another twenty minutes to your travel time, or there is a mix up or misunderstanding on the day, time, or location – or you’re just not in the mood to do much.

There will be blockages in the areas of understanding and communication, so allow extra room, time, and patience for mistakes that can arise if you have no choice, but to press on. Mercury affects the mind, so when the planet is moving retrograde it creates a hazy fogged up perception. People tend to be more scattered and slower than usual, which results in accidents, miscommunications, and misunderstandings.

 


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