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Disparity in the Sisterhood

By Trina Otero Originally written Jan. 5, 2015 I read a fucking amazing poetry piece that uplifted women, and then one hour later I witnessed a woman tearing down another woman. I don't dig it. But I understand it. But I don't dig it. We can build one another up, or make people feel like … Continue reading Disparity in the Sisterhood

Full Moon in Cancer, January 15, 2014, brings a deep dive into emotions and the opportunity for release.

Step Into The Moonlight: Full Moon in Cancer & Its Effects

By Trina Otero Oh em gee....yes. I just said that, because it's needed! These past two weeks have been interesting. They weren't hard, just spiritually and emotionally interesting. To refresh your memory, the New Year started with a New Moon in Capricorn. I created a post and included passages from two websites that had really good interpretations … Continue reading Step Into The Moonlight: Full Moon in Cancer & Its Effects

New moon on January 1, 2014

Happy New Moon, Happy New Year!

By Trina Otero A New Moon occurs on Wednesday, January 1st, 2014, at 6:15 AM EST. Early Wednesday, a New Moon occurs in Capricorn. This lunation symbolizes a new beginning in the cardinal earth sign of Capricorn. It's a time during which we can focus on some of the constructive traits of the sign of … Continue reading Happy New Moon, Happy New Year!

Growing Pains

by Trina Otero How arrogant of me to think I had fully evolved past some lessons. Yes, I've learned a great deal, and I am nowhere near where I used to be nor am I caged in Fear. But it is apparent that learning for my soul evolution will never end. Even when I'm beyond … Continue reading Growing Pains

Yin

By Trina Otero Beautiful and majestic Standing tall with Earthy curves Like the Himalayas, Love and Light pouring From her deep soul, Yin patiently waits and embraces Soothes, caresses, and adores, With lips like fire She tempts and devours, And when she closes her eyes One can see the Moonlight. Copyright © Trina Otero 2013