Saturday, 25 October 2014


setting my intentions for the next 4 months, the next 4 years. this was a powerful eclipse, and both venus and sol are on their way to conjunct my sol, my venus. pretty soon. and yet i have to think carefully what i want to manifest. which areas of my life need an upgrade. a permutation. a new light

i wonder what else i might be leaving behind while i shed the old skin

then i drawn a card. brian eno's obliques strategies hit me badly: remove specifics and convert to ambiguities. but i don't want peace and love or any other abstracts, i said. and a song by george came to me: give me love, give me. soon to be replaced by one talking about if i don't know where i'm going any road will take me there. so i was listing my intentions none the less. chef school glitches sorted to the most positive outcome. St Joseph job ASAP. and as i was going to say: connecting again with N in the most meaningful way, i had the feeling she's not coming back into my life. and that may be she was right: she didn't have the tools for our interaction. and i felt sorry for all what happened next. she sounded concerned, sincere

i still have two more intentions for the short term. and i want them to be good seeds. so i said: the script. i have now the main  characters. the basic scenarios. a couple of leitmotiven... so i set my third intention in finishing the script. the fourth was easier: give me love, give me peace on earth

but i still have the long term four. what's planted under this solar eclipse is to be harvested in the following 4 years. so immediately said: find a new home. even if that mean go back to london. i never contemplate a return to the tropics so havana is out of the question. my second intention. my soul mate to manifest. after all, if she's for real, i am not the only one longing for our connection. setting this intention is not as selfish as it could sound

my remaining two: to walk ultreia et suseia. and, what else? give me love, give me peace on earth. of course

welcome to havana upon tyne 3.0, let's fly together

1 comment:

Robert said...

Let me be the first to congratulate you on this new direction. May this give you the momentum you want, the regeneration you seek, and the happiness that is your birthright. Aum Namah Shivaya.