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The Water Woman

The water woman is the basis of compassion that builds from true understanding. As the keeper of wisdom, with the power to dare into the moonlight, she is where we experience the ultimate euphoria. The touch and the senses we advance with grace to then wash away the binds we no longer want. This act of release transports us into a place we didn’t know existed before her. She yearns for meaning beyond human affairs, she animates what she discovers and shares this insight to further enlighten others of her new perception. She must first be drained in order to be refilled with crystalline waters. She is not scared to reduce matter, as she knows in doing so, a greater creation will transpire. She articulates her dreams and flickering visions in order to embody the essence beneath the surface. Water is the finishing death energy which retracts form in situations that require her unique pull; this pull is how we come to heal through her intimacy. She governs the moon and uses it to acknowledge the pain. She deals honestly with the effects, encourages us to endure, and dives deep into the ocean with no landing point. She disposes of all frontage and makes us feel seen. For some, the impending darkness of the night is frightening, yet those with dominance here are not scared of the dark, for they know it is the only space composed of true magic — the transparency that makes us one with existence. She must know, no form of escapism is superior to the gift of an amplified ability to feel. She is an enchanting mystery, the survivor who lives in the heart of the artist, the dreamer, the poet, the magician, the healer, and the invisible soul who can clearly read the messages in order to master their craft into the arms of slow, purposeful change in the right direction.

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