reflection and absorption

dievca is a star twinkling.

The scientific name for the twinkling of stars is stellar scintillation (or astronomical scintillation). Stars twinkle when we see them from the Earth’s surface because we are viewing them through thick layers of turbulent (moving) air in the Earth’s atmosphere.

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dievca’s work causes her to shift, change, modify at a moment’s notice. Bouncing from one unique situation to another.  she’s able to sense emotions, needs, desires and is able to change, transform or adapt, quickly. People depend upon dievca’s agility, strength, flexibility and high energy.

Master is a deep pool.

The surface calmness belies deep thoughts, deep emotions, deep analysis. As one dives deeper, the amount of light and color shifts – creating unseen depths and crevices of knowledge and, perhaps, wants and needs. All happening under the surface calm, hidden from view.

Master’s surface absorbs dievca’s starlight, accepting it, analyzing it, calming it, transfiguring it and then reflecting it back in a more stable manner.

The energy exchange swirls, transmutes and becomes more than the sum of its parts.
The reason, Master and dievca do not, cannot, abnegate their connection.

The Pleiades (middle right) and neighboring stars are reflected in Boulder Lake near Duluth, Minn. recently. Credit: Bob King

The Pleiades (middle right) and neighboring stars are reflected in Boulder Lake near Duluth, Minn. Credit: Bob King

 


8 Comments on “reflection and absorption”

  1. Pelelotus says:

    Stellar Scintillation,what a glourious name! X

  2. Ret MP says:

    Great connection. What a couple. Happiness for you, d.

    • dievca says:

      Thanks – Ret. This, of course, is when things are going smoothly. Being complete opposites has its explosions when things aren’t balanced properly. Then it gets a bit hairy…but we both have learned to have patience and the equilibrium will right itself.


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