Friday, June 7, 2013

Lean Times



Lean Times

The first three months after your birthday tend to be a productive, busy time. You’re actively involved with the outer world, there are many demands on your time and energy, but things get done.
The second three months are still productive, but less active. This is a good time to assess what you’ve been doing in the last three months, and to fine-tune.
The third quarter, beginning six months from your birthday, is usually a time of harvest. You’re reaping the benefits of that first three months. You feel prosperous.
The fourth quarterbeginning about three months before your birthday—can be stressful. You may find that you tire more easily, that you’re more irritable. If little things that go wrong during this period aren’t fixed, they tend to become bigger problems.

Cycle one
            On your birthday, write down what you would like to have happen in the next three months. Be specific, read it aloud, then post it where you will see it frequently. Everytime you read what you’ve written, feel that reality around you. After you feel comfortable with what you’ve written, burn the paper, thus releasing your desire. Do something special on your birthday to celebrate.
Cycle two
            On the day that marks the beginning of the second cycle, do the same as you did on your birthday. Since your energy might be a little lower, light 2 red candles b4 you read aloud.
Cycle three
            On the date the third cycle begins, do the same as before, only this time light a gold candle to represent prosperity and a violet candle to represent your gratitude for all good that has come your way. This is the harvest period.
Cycle four
            On the date the fourth cycle begins, do the same as before, only light a red candle, a gold candle, and a violet candle, then read aloud. On the day this period began do something special for yourself and extend yourself to someone else by doing a good deed.