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My name is RIMIDI -
I loved how that rhymed.
So, here we are. It is November 9th, the day after my birthday. The day after Election Day, mid-term elections to be exact, in the year of 2022. Also, we had a lunar eclipse in Taurus as well as a Full Moon. It has been an absolutely marvelous and grand time.
CAPTURED BY BASS GUITARIST, DANNY
2022, however, possibly great, great, great, great times for some, but let me tell you, for most especially those who are Scorpio, Taurus, Aquarius, I believe they say Leo, but I know for sure the Scorpio and the Taurus... and I know FOR SURE, the Scorpio... this has been a time. Great transformation, great rebirth, great renewal of our spirits, mind, body and soul. And for many of us, we are being faced with lessons that we have failed in the past that are being brought up for us to face once again. The area in which this great lesson is in, it really depends on the individual. For some of us it's finance, for some of us it's career, for some of us, it's our health, for some of us, it is our relationships, love, deep introspection, self reflection and self work, deep deep self work, regardless of the area - it requires us to really introspect. What is it that is holding us back? While also letting go and relinquishing control, the desire to be in control. The desire to have everything go how you think it should. *Deep sigh* Even though, my friend, my dear great ones, some things are out of our control, regardless of how much control we think we have or should have, yes.
RIMIDI'S BIRTHDAY - NOVEMBER 8, 2022
RIMIDI CAPTURED IN THE HOOD, LIVING HER BEST LIFE.
But, I will say that this is a time to be alive. We are learning so much and so much is being revealed. So much information at the palm of our hands, available to us, ready - ready. Sometimes, though, so much information can cause an overload and can possibly cause procrastination, fear, fear of failure, scared to fail but we know this year has taught us that failure is most certainly apart of life. Failure, "failure", is a part of life. In school we are taught that failure is bad. Whenever we do an assignment and our assignment is less than A-B quality, our teachers shun us, our parents shun us. Many of our teachers, many of our parents shun us. I know, for one, that when I was a teacher, I shunned my kids and my children and my students, all of them - one in the same. I shunned them when they performed less than what I expected. But, what I should've been teaching them is that hey, sometimes, we will fail. Now, does this mean that you should keep on failing over and over and over again? No, but it means that it could possibly happen because that's just how life works. But what we do ,for certain, and with all certainty, what we want to do is make sure that are L's are much smaller and less frequent and we want to make sure our wins are bigger and more frequently. That is for sure the overall theme and lesson of the year. Say it ain't so. I'm sure that there are other themes and lessons that are floating for each of us individually some more, resonating more, with others, more but I tell you what... whatever it is, you know what it is and you know that you are exactly where you need to be. You keep trying to push pass that and keep finding yourself back at square one. This time, take the lesson, really sit with it, integrate what is being taught and then take baby steps. Or even cautious, greater steps, managing your risk, really looking and taking the wisdom that you've gained from the past and taking it with you proceeding forward, trusting yourself, trusting your ability to do what you can while simultaneously letting go and allowing all those little intricacies that need to happen, those positions that need to be placed, those movements that need to happen and be moved. Some things supernatural. You feel me? Some things that, really... [and to be frank] you said something and you said it with so much conviction, everything is moving around for you,. Everything and everyone is moving around for you.
Just know that this is an incredible full moon experience - for all of us.
I want to just shout out all of my loved ones near and far. All of my friends and family. I love you.
Shouting out the #ivotedfestival, Emily, The TxLips Band, GG, my band: Jeff, Danny, Rod. Shout out to everyone. Y'all are so phenomenal. Thank you for all the birthday wishes. Thank you to my daughters. Thank you to my mother, to my father, to my grandfather. Happy birthday to my aunt, Sonya.
MANY THAT WERE PRESENT ARE MISSING FROM THIS PIC...
My friends threw my a surprise party, y'all. Shout out to Fab, Marc, Danielle, Theo, Vanessa and Passion. Thank you to everyone that showed up and to all of the calls, messages and texts. I love you all, so much.
By the way, if you missed my #ivotedfestival performance, catch it here.
Enjoy this transition as it is for your greater good. Keep this knowing at the forefront of your thoughts, mind, spirit, body and soul.
Til next time...