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blues aren’t always bad
they don’t have to make you sad
let your waters flow.
-an iiiyansa J. Muse haiku

The Moon is the planet that starts the day of the week, so that tends to put we human beings in a slumpy, place of introverted emotionalism on Mondays. This energy can easily be reversed when we take a second to align with what were feeling. Allowing oneself to be honest about their feelings gives way to processing those feelings so that they can be healed, the negative left behind, the the lessons needed to create a better day.

Music has a profound effect on our healing, and this is a song from my personal soundtrack. I played it all the time when I worked as a radio DJ, and did deep breathing to it when I found my heart heavy. My manifesting prayer is that it does the same for you.

Toni Braxton’s “Let it Flow,” is from the 1995 motion picture soundtrack of the smash film, “Waiting to Exhale.” The first lyric delivers: “First thing Monday morning, I’m going to pack my tears away…got no cause to look back, I’m lookin’ for me a better day…” The Ocean Mother must have really speaking through Babyface while writing this…and Toni while delivering, definitely! When I heard this as a child, I would get visions of relaxing beaches gentle breezes that blew my tears back in my face as a healing mist.Ms. Toni really delivered this timeless tune with pain, tranquility, and the natural flow to triumph. The video is even painted blue, flowy and refreshing. I strongly recommend you ad this song to your Moonday playlist to assist with your aligning. It will increase the comfort in letting go of the pain that blocks the waters of your emotional flow. Download it below to add it to your Mystic Jukebox!

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By iiiYansaje T. Muse

iiiYansaje T. Muse is a spiritual counselor, poet, visual artist, author, Priestess of Oya in the Ifa/Orisa Spirituality, and sole creator of 222.9 The Mothership Internet Radio. She enjoys bringing and artistic and practical application to spiritual living!

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