The Ongoing Effects of the Solar and Lunar Eclipses

Wild night here last night. Winds from the North West hit us hard and the last 24 -48 have been no different. Managed to get to sleep at last only to be woken around 2am by a bang. Fearing the worst we ventured out into the night expecting the arial to have come off the chimney only to find it was the lid that had blown off the water butt. Stored that inside and crawled back to bed but then of course it took ages to get back to sleep again.

So today I’m wrecked but at least it has an explanation whereas until I read this yesterday

how I was feeling was not really making any sense. I have been tired and yes it’s been busy but this was a different kind of tiredness, the kind that makes you feel lethargic, lacking in enthusiasm and any get up and go has completely gone.

The article helped put things in perspective. For some reason once it had passed I had forgotten all about the solar eclipse, Equinox and the super moon and had certainly not connected this in any way with the upcoming lunar eclipse on Saturday 4th April.

It is worth reading the article if you haven’t already clicked on the link, for it did help me make sense of things and made me realise that there is in fact nothing I can do about any of this for the time being, that it is in fact best to just ride it out, as anything I do try is unlikely to make any difference anyway.

I do know a lot of people who are struggling at the moment and all of the planetary activity combined with the changing of the clocks last weekend has undoubtably thrown us out even more than we would otherwise have been.

Me? I’m up as I have to work but once I have finished I’m going to lay back, close my eyes and try and recover some well needed sleep 🙂