Category Archives: This Season

  • Winter 2015-2016

    This winter allows us to realize how far we have come over the recent past. Even though we may have scraped our knees, been hit with a lateral lobotomy by a whack on the side of the head, not only are we still standing. We have come a long way, baby.

  • Autumn 2015

    This Autumn 2015 is a time of shifting pieces, letting go of outmoded situations, realizing unexpected opportunities and seeking balance in an unbalanced world.

  • Summer 2015

    We could be hell-bent for having a good time, stretching our wings, and diving into great new adventures as we start this Summer season.

  • Spring 2015

    We may be singing ‘Let the good times roll’ as we come into this Spring season on March 20th at the time of the Vernal Equinox as the Sun moves into the Cardinal Sign of Aries.

  • Winter 2014

    This Winter continues with more changes to our personal lives and to the backdrop of the world at large. That old saying ‘the more things change, the more they stay the same’ may be seen as an archaic reminder of a different time on a different playing field.

  • Autumn 2014

    Autumn is upon us and enters on an emphatic note. This season may have various high notes, sharps, flats, lilting sounds and staccato all in the seasonal mix.

  • Summer 2014

    This Summer brings out the adventurer is all of us as we look to expand beyond our normal circumstances and engage thrilling scenarios even to the point of risky behavior.

  • Spring 2014

    During what could have been a brutal Winter weatherwise and otherwise for many of us, we have eagerly awaited the coming of Spring, which begins with the Vernal Equinox on the 20th of March.

  • Winter 2013-2014

    This winter 2013-2014 emphasizes the idea of ‘out with the old.’ In so doing, eliminations may feel like the rug being pulled out from under us.

  • Autumn 2013

    This autumn seems a time of black swans a’swimming. Developed by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, black swan theory speaks to situations that arise unexpectedly and have a major impact on conditions and circumstances. Welcome to the new ‘normalcy’. Welcome to the autumn of 2013.