blue lines on the calendar indicate internalization cycles. These
are times of slower, lower energy that affect everyone simultaneously.
If you are a person who is highly motivated with high vitality by
nature, these can be difficult times for you. You may feel disempowered.
You may feel that it's impossible to make things happen.
is always the result of blocked energy flow. The internalization
cycle is blocked energy flow. There is simply no vital energy available.
When there is no energy available, you automatically experience
heightened tension. If your work depends on your energy, your income
drops off. Projects you are trying to accomplish get stalled. Mail
you expect doesn't arrive. Documents you are trying to process get
lost. This is a time when everything is slowed down and when things
just don't happen in a timely fashion. So for most people, frustration
and tension are the bywords of the internalization cycle.
energy brings delays and misunderstandings. There are problems with
communication in general. During this time, it is important to follow-up
any significant verbal communication with a letter, stating your
understanding of the conversation so that you'll have evidence of
it; because later, the other person will have a totally different
recollection of the conversation (if he even remembers it at all).
It's not a good time to take journeys simply because there will
be delays and unexpected problems, such as lost luggage; and also
because we're not as mentally acute during internalization cycles.
There is generally lowered vitality, which can cause despondency
for some people. This is not a good time to schedule important meetings
or sign legal documents.
People who ordinarily function in very slow, lethargic energy enjoy
the internalization cycle. It is compatible to their natures. People
who function in high, motivated energy love the externalization
cycle because they feel the life force energy of the planet is moving
with them. Both cycles have significant properties. The internalization
cycle is a time in which we are intended to slow down and assess
our lives, our goals, and to come into greater attunement with our
spiritual source. The externalization cycle is intended to bring
those realizations into action in our outer experience.
Use the universal internalization cycle to do personal organization:
to organize your files, to clean out your closet, to align your
thoughts, and your spiritual intention with your life goals. Plan
future projects….just don't try to start projects during this
cycle, because other people won't cooperate with you. Even if they
wanted to cooperate with you, they won't understand you. Internalization
cycles bring thoughts and feelings about the past. This is a good
time to assess and get to the core of your deep feelings. Whenever
possible, put off action on important events until after internalization
you must take action, it's better to do so during an externalization
cycle than during an internalization cycle, because even though
it's erratic energy, at least the externaliza-tion cycle is energy
with movement. During an internalization cycle, energy is blocked
and non-moving. Things you start have much less chance of lasting.
Things don't move forward.
Don't let yourself get frustrated that life appears to be on hold.
Relax. Live with an awareness that everything is slowed down and
that things are not going to happen in accordance with your personal
time schedule. Go with the flow of the currents of your life. Remember,
if you fight the current, it will pull you under. If you grab at
the rocks, it will impede your progress. If you relax, the current
will hold you up and move you toward your destina-tion. This is
a time to internalize, to reassess, to reunite and realign with
your spiritual source. If you harmonize with the internalization,
it can be a wonderful time of self-exploration. So slow down….and
let Spirit work in you and with you.
A light blue line on the calendar indicates the beginning of a shift in energy as we head into an internalization cycle (blue line), and the subsequent fading of its intensity afterwards.