May Day in All Its Glorious Glory

Happy, happy May Day!

Neruda said: “You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming.” This applies especially to this holiday, whose glory is not even diminished by the COVID-19 and Capitalism viruses. Indeed, this entire month is one of abundance, creativity, and divine feminine magic.

May Day—and all of Taurus season—also honors the power of real work. So it makes perfect sense that today is also International Workers’ Day. I send love and gratitude to all in service, especially our essential workers. May we support those on the front lines every way we can—including by striking. And while our land, our lives, our economy shifts is shifting from transactional to reciprocal, may we find ways to activate our best selves as well, ideally by finding and developing our individual callings.

To clear that path, beautify a corner of your homestead. Clean out something that’s needed to go for a while. Dance in lovely clothes (or none at all) to music that really moves you. Rub rose and lavender oil in your hair and on your skin. Drink wine!

And if you’ve been considering an intuition reading, book one for yourself or a loved one in the month to come. Let this Mother Mary Month shine light on our every shadow!

"All, everything I understand, I understand only because I love."
― Leo Tolstoy