. . . and I feel great! I was so ready.
I feel liberated!
Today’s pics are self-portraits from my cell phone. (It would be a whole lot easier if I could see what I was pointing the lens at)!
There are quite a few pics. It must be the Mars in Scorpio vibe (intense, obsessive) and/or perhaps the shifts of the notes from Sagittarius/Gemini to Scorpio/Taurus. (I’ve got four planets in Scorpio, I’ve been feeling something happening this week. It feels good!)
Maybe it’s the blue moon. Maybe I am just excited! Nothing like a good haircut or good art to get my kundalini rising.
Sorry if this seems excessive, but I have had the same hair cut going on for about 20 years. Not saying it didn’t serve me well. I was just ready for something new.
And when I walked into Salvador Calvano’s studio today – holy smokes! First, I met his dog (I forget her name) – she is a darling golden retriever who was chilling out on a red leather couch. How could I not love a sweet doggie? Then – wow – an amazing space – and there is a stage with band equipment! He is ready to jam! And his partner Patty cuts hair, too, and plays ukulele. They are both musicians and artists . . . I haven’t felt so at home in a place in a LONG time.
My hair hasn’t been brushed or blow-dried either (except for my bangs). Salvador worked with my curls and cut into my hair while it was dry. We talked about music and New York and musicians and Flagstaff and food and hair. And all the while my head was feeling lighter and more tingly and happy as the hair fell into a huge pile on the floor.
I almost kept my hair to spin into wool, but decided it would just be on the back burner while i get to other ideas already on the back burner. And then I would start feeling guilty, which is just an ugly cycle. So – I let it go!!!
I hugged Salvador – I’ve never hugged my hair stylist before!
I highly recommend getting a cut at Salvador’s place – it’s worth it.
Salvador gets a haircut!