The climb down was overwhelming. Throughout the day, I had hoped for an hour or two at one at a beautiful site without disturbances to just sit in reflection. I expected this to be the best way to receive messages from the universe. On the contrary, most of the day was filled with the noise of others nearby and constant movement towards destinations. Several times my encounters with individuals were interrupted. Considering my easily sidetracked mind, how appropriate for Saturn to send his message by throwing so many distractions my way. Understanding that Saturn represents intense focus and receptivity, I realized that I needed to do my best to be in the now and go with the flow (also relative to my north node in Pisces). Eventually, I thought “Okay, Saturn. Fine! I get it. I can work with this.” In conversations I felt important to continue, I simply said “Can we get in contact later? I’m feeling very overwhelmed at the moment, but I really want to continue this conversation.” The result was very understanding friends who recognized the situation and agreed to create another opportunity with me later. Easy as that.
Read about the second half of my day with Saturn at Cathedral Rock in the next post listed above.