Sunday, 28 December 2014

Earth,water,fire,air in harmony

Speak through the earthquake, wind and fire
Oh still, small voice of calm.

Lots of us will be eagerly reading our New Year horoscopes to see what good things to hope for in 2015. We'll be looking back at the year that is about to end and remembering all the wonderful things that have happened. Maybe we can learn important lessons from the not so good stuff. We might have made new friends, visited new places, learned a new language, got a new job, got married, the list is endless. 
Whether you believe in Horoscopes and Astrology or not there's always some interesting advice and guidance to be found. Who can argue with a horoscope that says something like :' Make sure you avoid disputes' or " show someone you care.'

According to Astrologers we all belong to one of four elements:- Fire, Water, Earth  and Air. This morning I was thinking about how much I love the sight of a fire, because it's very cold. Then I started thinking about water and how essential it is because I could hear a stream trickling through the ice, what a lovely sound it made. then I thought about the Winter earth and how it's full of little seeds waiting for the sun to warm them and of course then I thought of the air and what a pleasure it is to breathe in the sharp clean air after a snowfall.  Well that was a lot of thinking in a very short space of time.
Anyway those four elements that are so essential to human life also need to be kept in balance. We need them all but not too much or too little or we have problems. Too much water causes flooding, too much fire - damage, too much earth... and too much wind, if you see what I mean. So that's like us. We need to be in balance and harmony, all working together and helping each other out.
Maybe you could try writing your own horoscope for 2015 and that way you will get an idea of what is important to you and start doing something about it.
Meanwhile enjoy the rest of 2014.

A fire in a stable

Water in the desert

Fire in the hearth

A stream trickling down

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