Let Go Of The Shore

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Took a quick trip to Black Mountain to get the engagement ring cleaned up and on the way back we saw this gorgeous moon rising up near the airport. Wow! What a beautiful sight to see. It was like it was following us all the way home and once we arrived we quickly got out of the car and gazed at its beauty. Me being Ms. inquisitive, I wanted to know what this particular moon rising meant and what impact it might have on my spiritual sensibilities so of course I looked it up. Here’s what I discovered and what resonated with me the most.

December 6, 2014 was a Full Moon in Gemini and it brought with it a sense of energy and a feeling of solace from the unexpected happenings and changes that our life brings forth. It is a time of “profound change and revolution within and without”, according to this astral insight. This, I found interesting given the news that I shared during tonight’s show and especially the trajectory my life has been on since I started working for myself many years ago.

The astral insight referenced part of the Hopi Elders prophecy that says:

“There is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid. They will try to hold on to the shore. They will feel they are torn apart and will suffer greatly.

“Know the river has its destination. The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above water.

“And I say, see who is in there with you and celebrate. At this time in history, we are to take nothing personally, Least of all ourselves. For the moment that we do, our spiritual growth and journey comes to a halt.”

Let Go Of The Shore, celebrate life, embrace growth, and enjoy every minute of your journey regardless of what others say.

Happy Holidays & Happy New Year Good People!

Enjoy!

Voices From The Community with Bridget B. (Download)
Playlist:
Breaking Point – Abram Wilson/Life Paintings
Hotarugawa (Firefly Creek) – Junko II/Junko II – Music For Koto And A Jazz Piano Trio II
Nocturne – Jay D’Amico Trio/Tuscan Prelude – Jazz Under Glass
A Chance 2 Shine – Jaspects /Broadcasting The Definition
Nomad – The Mind Orchestra (London)/Devoured by the Comfort Zone
Mingus Viseur, Esquisse – Les Primitifs Du Futur/Tribal Musette
Bonsda Dosse – MANEGAOUINDIN/C’est la vie
Zinedine Tzigane – Jazzymuté/Jazzymuté – 1
Time Tellers – Anitek/Lily
The Yāo Jīng ParadeUnicite (Montreal, Canada) /The Mixtapes Vol.3
Tié ba té djiguiLessazo (France & Mali)/Soleil d’hiver
Back Porch Chill – Cooper-Moore and Assif Tsahar/America
Waina Bibiyo – Abdoulaye Alhassane Touré/Live at WFMU on Transpacific Sound Paradise 5/19/2009
Bouncin’ With Bud – Amanda Sedgwick Septet/Sedgwick, Amanda: Delightness
D & R (part 2) – Time In Transit/Time In Transit
S.O.S. – Akiko Tsuruga/Sakura
Healing Transformation – The Mind Orchestra/Devoured by the Comfort Zone
The Seamless Flow – PapaCarlow/PapaCarlow
Ay14ice – Getting On My Nerves – Ay – 14ice (Germany)/Getting On My Nerves
Glenbuterol – Bernd Burnson/The Jazz Massacre
Prelude To LoveFhernando (Mexico)/Last Days of Disco: Remixes, B-sides & Rarities
Funny How Time Flies – Jeffrey Scott Lawrence (JSL)/Blues For Erica
Doin’ The Thing – MSU Professors Of Jazz/Better Than Alright
A New Day – Nuttin’ But Stringz/Struggle From The Subway To The Charts

Talk to you January 7, 2015.
Bridget B.
@Voices_BridgetB

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