Right now, my mind is wrapped around the oil spill and how scary that is for the coastal regions in the South and potentially the East Coast — assuming the Loop Current carries it.
Some time ago I did some research on the Hopi Prophecy. I know, you’re thinking, geez. But I did.
One of the very last signs in that is the sea turning black. Well?
I look at all of this in a different way because of my training in Depth Psychology. I see it as a metaphor not just for the oil spill, but in terms of the blackness in the world right now. A world out of balance, entirely.
Here is a link to some of that Hopi thought if you want to follow it:
Yesterday when I was in the market I looked at all the plastic packaging that we are surrounded with. It’s poisoning the sea and yet people do nothing about that.
The only timeless thing seems to be the sky.
I am tired of worrying about the world.
I don’t think I have ever been so exhausted in my whole life. I’m exhausted by the political liars, the evil, and the stupidity right now.
I decided to change my blog header to reflect the way that I feel.
Empty, like the sky.
Empty of illusion.
The Hopi Prophecy talks about going to the four corners area — that certain people will make their way there. I would like to. I really would. I would like to live close to the land under great swaths of sky. I’m sure it would be a lot calmer than where I live now. Simpler.
Anyway, I have the luxury of time to watch the clouds, moving.