Like a poinsettia or Christmas cactus, it’s possible to thrive when there is less light.
And like the lights of the menorah, the twinkle lights on a Christmas Tree, or even the hearth in your home, you create the fire of inspiration.
The easiest way to overcome shadow energy is to shine that light and inspire others to do the same.
Humankind has a great capacity to rise to any occasion and you can be a part of that.
Talk, create, teach and spread your light.
Are you inspired? If not, why are you staying in your present situation?
Use this time to set up a foundation for joy in your life.
You may be given a task with incomplete instructions or ambiguous language; either the other person is as confused as you, or this is part of a test.
Don’t freeze under pressure; just try your best and ask questions as needed.
Anything is better than nothing. Open your channel and let ideas flow. You’ll have ample time later to refine. Plus, you may be pleasantly surprised at how well-received your idea is… so, share it!
Are you happy doing what you’re doing? If not this could also explain the mental freeze. It’s time to move on and do something that ignites your passion.
Are you ready to lead a situation? You may arrive at a point at which you realize leadership is lacking, or decision making is poor at the top level.
You now have a choice to either stay and support the status quo (which may be a path of codependence).
Or: speak up and try to change the system by taking charge.
Look beneath the surface. There is a hidden detail, asset or clue that could be beneficial and help solve the problem-at-hand.
Make time to invest in yourself—whether that’s education, working on a project or any form of self-improvement.
Be patient and continue to make growth a priority.
Remember, however, that growth takes time.
Make sure others are as invested in you as you are in their happiness and growth.
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