4th rough nighs for your effortless success

28th December – April

Resolution and transformation, upheavel

Sibylle Chaudhuri

27th December 2021


Picture from Gerd Altman on Pixabay
Picture from Gerd Altman on Pixabay

The fourth rough night is energetically assigned to the month of April - the month of change. Rumour has it that April is indecisive due to its changeful and unsteady. Nature and weather are in alteration. Change is the face of this exciting month. Winter is still lingering waiting to be released, at the same time is spring already around the corner drawing nature out of its last reserve.


April and the fourth rough night, both stand for a time of upheaval, a time of resolution and release, transformation and - like March - a time of departure and new beginnings.



Transformation, resolution or letting go, is upheaval, is change and at the beginning it often is a time of turmoil and apparent chaos. It is a bit like when we declutter our home. We start taking everything out of your cupboards and shelfs and sort it on piles, one pile for everything we want to throw out, one pile what we want to keep, and another one pending for the things we are not sure about yet. To someone coming for a surprise visit while we are decluttering our home it is seemingly in chaos. Only we can see the system behind it, and we know everything will be fine. Therefore, we can stay calm amidst chaos. Just as well, we can approach the weather events in April because we know that spring and then summer are waiting behind this seeming weather chaos, we trust that everything goes its way and will be well.



Picture form Anemone123 on Pixabay
Picture form Anemone123 on Pixabay

Often, we cannot change life circumstances and/or events, but we can change how we experience, perceive, and approach them. Like the different perceptions of our surprise visitor and ourselves while clearing our home.


This is the secret to approach change in general: To trust that everything is just right, everything goes its course and in the end everything will be well. And if that’s not helping, we can always try to change our perception.



As sure as spring is knocking on April’s door is the New Year around the corner these days. We say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one.


By letting go of the old we make space to breathe, clarity to focus on the important things, and space for the new.


What can be of your assistance in letting go?

Picture from S. Herrmann und F. Richter on Pixabay
Picture from S. Herrmann und F. Richter on Pixabay


What can help us in letting go?

The above mentioned …

1. Serenity and trust that everything is going its course.

2. Acceptance, that everything is right the way it is at the moment.

3. Forgiveness – including yourself. Reconcile with everything and everyone.


4. … answering the following questions

can help us to let go.

  • What served me in the past but not anymore?
  • What do I get when letting go of XYZ?
  • What don’t I get when I not let go of it?
  • Which habits are not serving me anymore, are holding me back?
  • Which habits do I want to change?
  • Which habits do I want to integrate?
  • Who or what robs me of my energy?
  • Who or what gives me energy?
  • What has proven of value this year and I want to take it with me into the New Year.
  • What do I want to welcome in my life in the New Year?
  • What do I want to strengthen, what do I want to do more of?
  • Whom do I want to forgive?
  • With whom or what do I want to reconcile?
  • Whom do I want to thank for being there for me this year and supporting me?
  • Which pain wants to be accepted and released?
  • What else do I want to do to close out the year?


Tip: The fourth rough night is a key night: day of the innocent children. This means today we can resolve what did not go so well over the last few rough nights.


Picture from congerdesign on Pixabay
Picture from congerdesign on Pixabay


#1 Make a list of all your negative thoughts, everything you experience as negativ in your life.

#2 Take another piece of paper, your journal or diary and rewrite every negative into a positive and cross out the negative.

#3 Burn the list with your negative points and while doing so imagine how you let go of all the negative and chose forgiveness, new ways and positive thoughts.


Cleansing meditation

1. Sit straight and comfortably and calm down while concentrating on your breath.

2. Imagine a violet light cleansing all negative energies.

3. Imagine how everything negative is transformed into something beautiful



Remember to take another one of your 13 wishes and burn it while asking the universe to take care of it.


Now, just be well.







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sibylle chaudhuri

consulting | coaching & training | mediation

email: info@sibylle-chaudhuri.com





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