Weekend Power Colors and Energy Flow Report Nov. 15-17, 2013

Posted on November 14, 2013


Friday Personal Power Boosting Colors: White, Purple, Orange, Pink, Red

Saturday Personal Power Boosting Colors: (camo colors for my hunters/soldiers out there): Brown, Gray, Black, Blue

Sunday Personal Power Boosting Colors: Gold, Yellow, Orange, White

Monday Personal Power Boosting Colors: Silver, White, Cream, Lavender

Tuesday Personal Power Boosting Colors: Black, Silver, Red, White


A group of festive ladies at the Gift and Hobby show last week. Everyone always has fun at this Indianapolis tradition.

A group of festive ladies at the Gift and Hobby show last week. Everyone always has fun at this Indianapolis tradition.


Another full moon weekend for the end of our year. Beaver Moon, Rut Moon, Frost Moon, Snow Moon, Sassafras Moon, White, Trading and Moon when horns are broken off are all names for this “second” moon of the winter season.

We have been busy all week cleaning up errors and fixing issues that we have left over from the past month’s worth of computer, travel, electronic and paperwork mishaps. We have a couple of strong waves that will be in our focus for the weekend. The end result will be building security in our relationships…all of them, romantic, family, friends and business AND security and comfort in our finances.

The pace of the weekend will be slow and thorough. We will be looking at life, relationships and what it will take to make us feel confident and secure. We will be high in emotions and passion, with strong, set-in-our-ways mindsets that will demand we be comfortable as well as frugal. What is the point of life if we cannot enjoy our efforts in our everyday life.

Attitudes to watch for are the inability to compromise. We will be wanting freedom in our partnerships along with stability. We may be feeling bored, taken for granted, even used in some cases. We want to spice up our romance, but we want to keep our solid and safe commitments. Trying to walk the line to balance both could be more than we can do and stay in a “happy, fuzzy” mood. Which means…we might be best off to spend some time apart from our romantic/life partner. Instead try some time doing something alone that will clear our heads, soothe our hearts or give us something new to talk about when we get back together.  This is especially true for Friday, and into Saturday for some people. ***Sometimes time apart is as important as time together. And it is healthy for all relationships (not just the romantic ones).****

Not to worry, by Sunday we will be in the throws of an intense and emotional full moon. This is a good moon to write out lists of the things we truly want to let go of in our lives. The things that we feel are hindering us, could be harming our health or emotions, things that are keeping us from having a budget that allows for all our bills to be paid and to have a little extra for fun. The lasting energy of this moon will give us the will power we need to maintain our resolution in making these changes to create our best life and stick to them for the long haul. Take the time on Saturday or /Sunday to do at least one tangible, real act that shows yourself and the Universe you are serious about making a major and good change for you.

A big, loving thank you for all of the well wishes, healing energy and sincere love you have been sending me and my husband as we have been battling the wicked respiratory infection that has been travelling the globe over the past month. I have not felt this bad in a few years. But, today it seems I have turned the corner and feel like i will be back to my old self by next week. My deep gratitude for all of you.


The cutest of the whole show, the snow-girl!

The cutest of the whole show, the snow-girl!

And last…well wishes with a sad heart to one of my favorite athletes, Dario Franchitti. I know some of you do not like racing, sports or perhaps even Dario. Being a die hard Indy 500 fan and an almost daily regular at the track during the month of May, I have gotten to know him, and he is a very nice, genuine guy. Indy racing will not be the same without him there in a car to compete. It will be interesting to see where he ends up as an owner/team chief. Because we all know that Dario will not leave racing, he will simply change roles. And who knows, he may get back in the car, although, he may be smart enough to put his long term health over the satisfaction of now. Good luck Dario, and thanks for being such a wonderful racer and person.