Saturday, July 14, 2007

Getting Fired Up to Fire the Grid

It's the summer of the Sacred Fire, nowhere more evident than in the numerous messengers kindling our awareness and preparation for the July 17th watershed event initiated by Shelley Yates, Fire the Grid. (Check out the Grid Updates section for the Light-infused letter to Oprah Winfrey that the Chicago Tribune refused to print!)

This confluence of human energies is scheduled to take place when Pluto, the planet of collective consciousness and transformation, is exactly conjunct the Galactic Center (GC) of our Universe, located in the heart of the Milky Way.

Two ace astrologers add their celestial perspectives to our preparation. Judy Goldberg reminds us: "The Galactic Center, located at 26 degrees of Sagittarius, is extremely powerful — in fact, the much-predicted shift in consciousness rumored to occur in 2012 will happen when the winter Solstice sunrise on Dec 21st conjuncts the Galactic Center. The meditation on Tuesday is designed to aid in shifting consciousness to make it easier for humanity to connect to source and to experience oneness. Ah, the dawning of the Age of Aquarius."

Claudia Thompson adds, "FIRE THE GRID is a call for occurs while we're still in the New Moon Phase... perfect for setting intentions.

"The cosmic set-up for July 17th has a distinctly feminine emphasis with both Sun and Mercury in watery (think oceans) Cancer. The Moon and Venus in Virgo bring an opportunity to be of service regarding the initiation of a new order while Ceres, goddess of nourishment, and Mars in Taurus, urge you to be a sacred warrior for the earth. Add Chiron, the wounded healer, and we have a brew promising that new solutions are available for humanity...if we join together."

To put yourself in the most expansive, loving frame of mind possible, you may wish to watch this under-5-minute video, The Wave of Love just prior to beginning your Grid meditation.

Fire the Grid takes place at 11:11 GMT on Tuesday, July 17th. Find your local time here.

Blessings and joyous New Beginnings for All!

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