Such a buzz in the air. It feels like the first day of Fall, but it’s the second day of October.
I love our Indian Summers. October 1 was easily one of the hottest days of the year and luckily I got to be working at home. I say luckily because working at home affords me the luxury of flexibility. Because of that flexibility, I got to experience all of the magic in the air on this day. Maybe it was the near perfect weather or maybe it was the first day you could really feel Fall or maybe it was because it was the first day after an intense Full Moon. Whatever the reason, there was magic.
‘How do you feel magic in the air?’ you may wonder. Well, firstly, anyone can feel it. (But not everyone does). And second, you’ve definitely felt it before. Think of the Twilight time, the two special times of a day (between full night and sunrise or between sunset and full night) when diffusion of sunlight through the atmosphere and its dust occurs. Who in the world doesn’t love Twilight? Everyone loves twilight time because it’s a magical time. If you’re one of those people, like me, who loves the twilight hours, you know exactly what magic feels like.
There’s a very simple reason why being aware of magic is important. It’s because when you can sense what’s in the air, you are connected. In other words, you are plugged in. Plugged into really good stuff, soul-food, life-affirming kind of stuff.
Being connected to sources that feed your soul, like sensing magic in the air, is you connecting to something much bigger (i.e. like the creative power of the universe). Sensing this magic is equal to experiencing this connection. When you experience it with an open-eyed awareness, it gives a deep sense of satisfaction and a little bit of feeling like you’re in love! The best part for me is that it’s all free.
Do you sense magic all around you? Are there particular times when you feel it more?