There is an time period when cycles in our life end and new ones begin where we are left in limbo. It’s a transitory period, one where we might feel “stuck” or as if we’re at lose ends or not moving. That’s no the case, but it’s important for us to support ourselves during this time before we move forward again.
There are also a few things we can remember to help ourselves.First, remember that every season has it’s dormant period before it changes. As we move into mid-to-late February, we’re in the cold season where it’s still winter, but we’re looking towards spring. The weather might warm up, we might have a day or two of relief, and then it’s cold again. It’s also the season of sleet, freezing rain, and transitory precipitation. The dog days of summer are the dormant period before fall, and the cold, brown times in late October, early November are the transition days before winter. We have chilly, yet warming days before summer comes. Every season has this dormancy.
If you choose to look at sports, then in equestrian sports, horses rock back on their hind quarters and collect themselves before they jump. There’s the days before the big game where the team is prepared, and yet must wait to make those opportunities happen.
Second, use reiki, massage, and self-care to support yourself. Reiki energy is good for balancing your chakras and keeping things moving. It is good not to let your energy ebb or become stopped. Keep things moving.
Third, keep your attention open. You might have an idea which windows are opening, but honestly, you might not either. So keep your eyes open and your ears to the ground.
This transition period can go quickly or it can seem to take a while. There are no hard and fast rules for time frames. The important thing is that you support you and keep focused on your goals. Everything else will fall into place.