As I sat to read the energy of May, it was clear that the energy of April (and June) are very inter-related. They are always connected, of course; it’s not like energy starts on the first of a month—but these months are part of a larger process that is bigger than it can seem.
posted 4 April, 2017 (Saturday, 1 April, 2017) - Jamye Price
April Ascension Energies are about Anchoring New Creation. Change is constant in life. We change all the time. The core difference is are we changing in ways that we truly want, or are we creating a new illusion that seems like change?
Themes involving beginnings and endings are center stage now as we prepare for the Feb 26 new moon with solar eclipse in Pisces. Most likely, you already have had your share of beginnings and endings in these initial weeks of 2017.
In the beginning there is Creation: time and space are created from what is One. Diversity is the consequence: life takes on endless forms; there are an infinite number of fields of experience, spheres, dimensions and worlds to explore. This raises the question: Why did Creation happen?
Remind yourself of the amazing work you did in 2016 and know that 2017 will be a wonderfully transformative year of new beginnings (it's a "1" year numerologically - a new beginning) that are calling you to open to receive the support of Life flowing through you.
Waves of change are picking us up and taking us where our Soul needs us to go. You might feel like a wrecking ball is crashing into your life, or maybe you're more feeling like you're being carried by a rainbow.
Major change across the planet continues to accelerate this next month, catalyzing new levels of spiritual awakening and a greater transparency of previously hidden information. The New Moon Solar Eclipse of September 1 sets the stage for some significant cycles.
As with everything else in the universe, there is a process to moving energy into and out of our energetic spaces, and it isn’t always a graceful and easy process. In fact, sometimes the ‘moving in’ part can be so frustrating and challenging that we can wonder whether we made the right choice by moving energy in the first place.