26-27 Aries/Cancer/Libra/Capricorn cross

  • Aries: Lost Opportunity Regained In The Imagination.
  • Cancer: A Storm In A Canyon.
  • Libra: An Airplane Hovering Overhead.

  • Capricorn: A Mountain Pilgrimage.

The theme of the cross is to reach for a higher perspective.

I learned about this cross while watching an Esther Hicks and Wayne Dyer video ("Co-creating at Its Best") and Esther's resonant idea is that we need to always reach for a better feeling (Aries) regardless of the disappointing experience or reality we are in (Cancer) even allowing for our negative emotional release.   There is always a higher flying disc (Libra) to reach for after the Cancer purification (tears, which is the subconscious meeting the conscious).  In the video, the Cancer upset occurred in Wayne Dwyer over GMO seeds – and Esther continues to remind him to focus on the solution rather than the problem (even that the problem always contains the solution) as there is always a bigger picture (Libra), and law of attraction will bring things to you or you must move toward those good things (Capricorn). 

Note also that mountains and canyons are comparative - there is no high ground without the low ground.

I also learned about this cross when I witnessed a friend's account of a meditation involving monarch butterflies.  He said that monarch butterflies go from Mexico to Canada in the winter (Cancer) – taking 3-4 generations to reach Canada’s Witchita mountain top (Capricorn), then one generation to come back.  Every time they migrate they go to the exact same spot that a great-great-great-great grandparent was born at. 

Not every generation reaches that holy destination (Capricorn), but using DNA instinctual memory (Aries) the species eventually gets there.  “The reason monarchs are able to fly such great distances is because they know how to save their energy. During migration, monarchs conserve their energy by riding columns of rising warm air and taking advantage of strong winds to help speed up their flight.” [Libra] from www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/animal-facts-monarch-butterfly.

Why do the butterflies migrate to that particular spot?  It is all part of a bigger picture that we do not have access to, but let's persevere anyway!

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