Messages & Channelings

Dana Mrkich > Keep The Faith

A lot of people are seeing a world that is coming apart at the seams. Really what we are seeing are frayed edges that have always been there, only they have been covered up.

Tomorrow, or maybe today by the time you read this, the people of the United States of America go to vote, in an election that seems as far from united as one can get. But underneath all of the opposing beliefs, there is a strong river that is very united. 

Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Pisces tonight! This is excellent energy for letting go of anything you need to let go of, or releasing emotions in a healthy way.

We've had two eclipses plus Pluto stationing and Mercury retrograde which explains some of it, but not all of it. Beyond astrology, there is the energetic fact that personally, and collectively we are continuing to go through a major evolutionary shift.

Dana Mrkich > September: "I came in like a...rainbow?!"

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.

With this Solar Eclipse opposite Neptune, we might be confronted by something to do with the visions and dreams we have for our life.

Mars and Saturn are together in the skies today. Mars is action-oriented while Saturn loves order and stability. Today you might be feeling a rush of energy to do things you have put off for a while.

Dana Mrkich > Saturn Direct: Your Helicopter Moment

Things always seem lighter, clearer and easier after a planet goes direct, but in the days leading up to it you might feel the exact opposite as if things are coming to a head in a certain area.

It may seem like the world has lost its mind, it may look like the US election is a one way trip to crazy town, but from an energetic perspective everything is unfolding, or rather unravelling, exactly as it should be.

Dana Mrkich > United We Stand, Divided We Fall

The past week has felt so sad and heavy. The energy feels thick with grief and despair. People are angry. They are, quite rightly, angry that being black still means you get treated differently to the point that a casual day out could cost you your life.

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