• Waning Moon
  • Moon in Pisces
  • Moon enters Aries: 3:13am
  • Moon Void of Course: Midnight – 3:13am


Next Satsang will be Wednesday September 4th at 7pm and the topic will be How To Love Your Self Better
Go to http://www.dev.thecosmicpath.com/events?ee=36
to Register….

**Please Note: for the first time ever in the history of this web site there are no horoscopes this week. I am taking a much needed vacation. Britt Martin will write the scopes for the next two weeks (after this one), and I will be back on September 9th. The Daily Weather will continue as usual. Thank you all for your continued Love and support.

Greetings from Mt. Shasta… I hope you took the time to listen to Sandra Walters’ video recording that I put up on the site two days ago. To access it, please go to the Daily Weather Archives for August 21. I do feel blessed to be called to this mountain at this time. The energies are off the hook here. And as Sandra pointed out in her talk, a lot of this collective second Grand Merkaba energy is very very personal.

I noticed right away that emotions are highly magnified right now. In fact ALL our bodies, mental, emotional, physical and spiritual are greatly expanded at this time. I am not sure this expansion will ever stop, and certainly we will never go back to where we were before. I am working with a smaller group of 9 this time, which I have been aware all along was as it should be. I have been having trouble getting into my body here, which is jarring to me, as I have been working hard to focus on my health and my physical well being. The difficulties I was having magnified, because I was attached to offering a great workshop to those who came with me, and the more I wanted to get there the harder it got.

I was aware I was going through a personal process, but I did get caught in the ego/higher Self battle for a while. This hasn’t happened to me in a long time, and it was so disheartening to get here, to this very sacred mountain, and find my Self in that state. As a result, everyplace we went yesterday was basically blocked. The plan was to go to Panther Meadow, where I have been many times and had many amazing adventures. When we got there we were told that the upper meadow was closed for restoration.

We were told we could come back on Saturday, and it would be open again, so that is what we will do. We went higher up the mountain instead of leaving, and found a stunning site where we had our lunch and meditated. As wonderful as that was, I was upset, and BECAUSE I was upset, the upset kept growing. We tried to go to a beautiful waterfall, but as we got closer and asked directions we were told it was now privately owned and that there was no access to it.

We piled back into the car and not two or three blocks away we found another water fall that was easily accessed. Though it wasn’t as spectacular as the one we were headed for, we did have a lovely time, and some had encounters with St Germaine and the mountain itself gave up a piece of itself by breaking off (a tiny piece) and dropping at the feet of Debbie Davies, who is part of our group.

We have started an altar here in the house we’re staying in, putting all the amazing crystals and pieces that seem to be coming to us. By the way, speaking of crystals, we found that Amorah Kwan Yin, who has a store here in Mt. Shasta, and who wrote one of my favorite books in the world, Pleiadian Perspectives transitioned in an auto accident on June 13. Clearly her mission was complete, but she made quite a big impact on the world, through her books and her guidance, and so I hope we can all send her some Love and Light and gratitude for all her brilliant service.

Back to the trip. We trekked a short way to the new waterfall we found and had an adventure there. Then we hiked back. It was only about a quarter mile, but it was all uphill, and all I can say is I thought I was stronger and healthier than I was finding my Self to be yesterday, and once again my emotions got the better of me. I slipped into a downward spiral, which was horrible, because I am here, on Mt. Shasta, for the expansive experience I have had without fail every time I’ve come here. I am leading a group, facilitating a spiritually conscious adventure, and I am spiraling down into a seriously negative space,

It was hard to find the words to communicate what I was going through to the group, even though I am not one to hold back on the Truth, whatever it is. So I sat in it and I let it simmer, and when we got back to the house the tears started coming. I was aware that the emotional release was powerfully connected to the physical effort I had made getting back up from the waterfall. That actually felt good, realizing that connection. I cried and cried and cried until I realized I was missing my Dad, who passed 2 months ago this coming Sunday.

I am stoic, and philosophical about death and dying, and I thought I had tiptoed through the loss of my Dad without much fanfare. But grief is grief, and I loved my father so much, and it all hit me between the eyes. I embraced the fact that I am in mourning, and that it’s all right. I am grateful to be on the mountain releasing this, and the amazing group of souls I am with all supported me and embraced me, and that was it.

I expect all the paths will open now and we will have our grand adventure. Whatever state you’re in accept it and let it be. There is nothing to do now but let it all be as it is, and come to be grateful for whatever you are, whatever you have.

Mercury follows the Sun into Virgo today, and the Divine Mother energy is taking over our minds and spirits. There will be a major conjunction of the Sun and Mercury with Regulus tomorrow. For now, tune in to the true state of your Being and allow your self full entry there. There is nothing else to do as we await the second Grand Merkaba this Sunday.

“You cannot control what happens to you, but you can control your attitude toward what happens to you, and in that, you will be mastering change rather than allowing it to master you.”

– Sri Ram

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