Artist's view of a watery asteroid in the white-dwarf system GD 61.
An asteroid the size of three football fields is set to make a close brush of Earth on Monday (Feb. 17), and you can watch the flyby in a live webcast.
Near-Earth asteroid 2000 EM26 poses no threat of actually hitting the planet, but the online Slooh Space Camera will track the asteroid as it passes by Earth on Monday. The live Slooh webcast will start at 9 p.m. EST (0200 Feb. 18 GMT), and you can also watch the webcast directly through the Slooh website.
Wow what a full, expansive and abundant energy is available right now. Can you feel it? Can you sense the need to no longer play victim to anything or anyone in your life? Instead to be in your power by taking full responsibility for any and all circumstances you have led yourself into?
Yes, that you have led yourself into.
Until we can acknowledge the part we play in all circumstances (and relationships in particular) we cannot truly own our power and be free.
As it is also Valentine's Day (in my part of the world already and catching up to the rest soon relationships are certainly on people's minds.
Do your best not to get down on yourself if you do not have a partner or friend to shower you in flowers. You are with you and this is what is to be so abundantly grateful for. So treat yourself on this day and all days. Flowers are for everyone x
I often suggest to my clients to imagine themselves as little kids. Wouldn't you just want to pick that kid up and hug it and love it and tell it how incredible it is? Well that kid is you, so do it now, it's not too late!
I have a little surprise for you too this Valentines Day. Will share it in my next post xx
On this Full Moon we celebrate the completion of a cycle we began in August 2013. So think back to mid last year and all that you began. Give thanks for your lessons learned and how much you have grown. It is time to let go and get ready for a new day xxx