Summer crossing, 1st moon

Summer crossing, 1st moon

We enter summer crossing with this moon.

Risen into our head long drive, identified with what we can think we sense.

The global calendar is a northern hemisphere’s calendar. The end of the year is in the middle of our southern hemisphere summer.

Keep sight of the season’s crop. Though the year is finished, a crop has been sewn, grown and seasoned to a firm rooting ready to thrive through summer, and crop next ripening Autumn. See your self through to the other side of the “Summer crossing”.

Summer is the 6ths, 7ths and 8th months to profit by, and the Northern calendar counts us through the heat and toil. Instead we in the southern hemisphere, have 12 December to finish and pack up (a mad rush to stop, in the rise of summer), 1 January to reinvent you self and the new year (at the height of summer), and 2 February to get marching (in the swelter) – and trample over our season’s crop.

 

Like when crossing a desert, we must keep sight of the end. Otherwise you won’t get there and you’ll loose your self, or a part of your self. It’s easy to stop with the end of the year, and linger at an oasis with your delirious summer thoughts, as well as rush to stumble in the delirious heat.

Cast in fire, get through the summer, this is it, the manifestant!

Consider your existence, your actuality occupying space, of your self and what you experience. Different parts to your reality include you and occur in different places, bound and bagged from each other part in certain proportions or shapes.

Consider being a part. Become projected actuality, and refer to your whole.

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