On Saturday mornings I take a taijiquan class. I noticed today that someone had written on the studio’s whiteboard “Summer Solstice, June 21.” Under the words were these two hexagrams I knew to be from the I Ching.I know enough about these symbols to know that the solid lines mean “yang” and the broken lines “yin” and that the two hexagrams are total opposites of each other: yang-yin-yang and yin-yang-yin. So I can only assume that the writer was trying to point out that the nature of the Solstice is all about change.
I took this as the universe’s Solstice wish to me. I have had a run of negative experiences during the last seven months, and I believe things are now turning to a positive run. In fact, I am going to toss back to the universe my acceptance of that gift of good things to come my way. I don’t know what it will be yet. Abundance? That would be fine. A new and loving relationship? I am definitely on track with that.
I am waiting with excited anticipation. (That’s the fun part).
Now pass the sunscreen.
Ljgloyd (c) 2014