Move From Chaotic Subconscious to Creative Manifest Reality!
The Virgo Full Moon tomorrow (March 5) highlights the schism between chaos and discernment. The most negative manifestation of Virgo energy is criticism…the most positive is discernment.
Discernment: The ability to see and understand people, things, and situations clearly and intelligently, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.
The difference? Well, anyone who’s heard (or said) “you’re gonna wear those shoes with that outfit?” knows what I’m talkin’ about…anyone who’s allowed herself to create with reckless abandon by dipping into the chaotic flowing river of creativity within but who stops herself from completing the creative process because of self-criticism–well I think she knows who I’m talking about, too…
Here’s the deal: This Full Moon in Virgo highlights the chaos within each of us inherent in the current energies of the Sun in Pisces. However, such chaos represents the prima materia–the primative formless base of all matter from which life springs–the foundation of our individual creativity.
Virgo energy helps us with perspective. We can see more clearly how we can fashion something out of that prima materia of our souls…and what we create is not meant to be criticized, it’s meant to be continually shaped and molded into something better.
When we do not censor, judge, or criticize, we free our creative instincts to lead us where they may. We may write, draw, paint, sing, compose, film photograph, dance–you name it–with the reckless abandon of a child unaware that judgment even exists.
This Virgo Full Moon is here to tell us “there is no judgment, no criticism–it’s all good because it comes from you!”
Rarely is our first draft our final publication-ready manuscript. All professional editors and publishers know this…
Here’s a thought: Why not replace that old, tired, energy-draining “I am not worthy ” shit with something new, something a lot more positive and uplifting than this psychologically downward spiraling notion?
Why judge your creations? Why criticize your own creativity?
When you think about it, this simply doesn’t make sense! Aren’t you here to participate, to share your light with the world?
I say silence all those naysaying voices in your head–dismiss them with a wave of one hand, while with the other you are already jotting down ideas because you’re in the zone of creating something new…something fabulous!
Only when we impose upon ourselves criticism (and fear others’s criticism) do we become inhibited. If we stop worrying about it, we can bring into fruition some amazing things!