New Moon in the star of Purva Phalguni, ruled by the god of Delight, Bhaga, on Sunday, September 9th at 11:01 am Pacific Time. Enjoy the riches and the kingdom, but don't get too caught up in what you see, looks can be deceiving! With Venus in her home sign of Libra until the end of 2018, we can expect to enjoy some pleasure for the next four months but we must balance that with our external responsibilities and making sure everyone is in on the fun. This is a great time to repair relationships and bring some harmony and love into your life.
Saturn is finally direct after a loooong retrograde cycle! Get ready to move forward on making commitments, setting and keeping your boundaries and doing the hard work in service of your higher beliefs and ideals (Saturn is in Sagittarius).
Mars and Ketu come together One last time this year, and then are we ever READY for that partnership to go their separate ways, BUT there is clearly just a little bit more we need to DO in order to finish the cycle of karma there, so hold tight and grab that Courage. Whatever house Ketu is in for you right now will be the indicator of what area of your life has specifically exploded this summer, and of course we have all reaped the fiery, global and geological effects of this alignment. Don't put away your bolt bag quite yet, it may still come in handy as things heat up again leading into the 19th-22nd of September;-)
Mercury and Sun are joined in Leo right now and will move onto Virgo by the time Mars and Ketu come back together for a very tight combustion. Combustion might make you feel unheard, while the two are in Leo and you can expect that to make you taLK LOUDERRR! While in Virgo you can expect it to make you very anxious and self-aware and in turn hyper-categorizing of others. Watch that your words don't topple you off your throne in the immediate and land you on a one-way ticket to Self and Other Critical-land in the near future.
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New Moon & Solar Eclipse
On the morning of Saturday, August 11th we have a New Moon and Partial Solar Eclipse in sidereal Cancer in the star of Aslesha. Aslesha is where we cling to what we love. It is ‘the entwiner’ and brings us into the realm of the Naga, the serpents of the underworld, our subconscious.
The New Moon is joined Retrograde Mercury, Creating an emotional conjunction where we have trouble discerning what Is from what our turbulent emotions tell us. Retrograde Mars is across the sky, giving a frustrates dristhi, and Venus is now debilitated in the sign of Virgo, constraining our capacity to find happiness.
In it all, we must find our breath and capacity to find stillness. Great power can be harnessed if we go within!
The Moon and the Sun will be in exact degrees across from each other on Sunday, December 3rd, at 5:48 am Hawaii Time. This means the Purnima tithi or Full Phase of the Moon begins on Saturday, making Saturday night's moon the brightest of this cycle. It is also a Super Moon, making it one of the brightest and biggest of the year. This Full Moon is in sidereal Taurus, the sign where the Moon herself is exalted, in the best operating intelligence our Psyche can be in. In Taurus, our emotions feel stabilized and the external peace we are compelled to create offers our mind the comfort it needs to settle and just be. Taurus is an earth sign ruled by the planet Venus. It brings us to a place where we are grounded in the physical world and in our bodies. This being one of the main avenues in which we have to actually Do anything, it is in harnessing the physical world for beauty, pleasure and peace that offers us the same state of being in our Psyche. It can be calming to connect with the earth, our artistic or sensual nature, enjoy good food and relax into our home. All of these are activities we feel compelled towards when the Moon passes through Taurus.
This being the Full Moon, the counter point to what cycle we are basically in for this “month” or Moon cycle it is the opposite of what we encountered at the New Moon in Scorpio two weeks ago. In Scorpio, the Moon is debilitated, or operating at its least intelligence. There we feel turbulent, emotional and out of control. As Scorpio is ruled by Mars, our Psyche often feels as though it is in battle over our very life. The great fears that come up when we dig in deep to our own nature and emotions and the lack of control we have in the world or over others is destabilizing and vexing to our emotional nature. Our mind can tunnel into different thought trains that it is difficult to pull out of and if we are not careful, we can lash out at others, whom we imagine are to blame. If we are strong and vigilant, we will find in ourselves everything we are fighting and finally surrender into deep peace that comes from facing the worst possible fears and enemies and integrating them rather than exiling them.
The Full Moon is being aspected by the Sun and Venus in Scorpio and Mars in Libra. This will bring about a greater desire for happiness, pleasure and connectivity from Venus, but with a burning luminary shining brightly on the truth, not allowing us to take frivolous pleasure in that which is illusory. Mars will bring a certain sense of our warrior nature. Since it is in Venus's masculine sign that connects us with fairness and equality in relationships with others and it is joined Jupiter, who is highlighting justice and higher ideals surrounding this theme, we can expect to see more anger and action against those who misuse their power (the Sun) for only their own happiness and pleasure (Venus). If we are smart, we will also see the ways in which we do this ourselves.
This Full Moon is happening in the nakshatra or specific star of Rohini. Rohini is the “rosy one” the young, sensual woman ready to be plucked. She is the most beautiful of all the 27 nakshatras and is often the target of jealousy as such. As the beautiful young woman, she also experiences favoritism from both her husband and her father. She, perhaps, enjoys being her husband's favorite wife, although her sister's do not appreciate it and it alienates her from them. She does not, however, enjoy the advances from her father, the creator, and she turns herself into a deer and runs away from him to earth. He has a noble cause, he says, to create perfect beings with his perfect daughter, but she is not interested in his cause and it does not mitigate the discomfort she is made to feel in his prowl. This story is quite apropro for these times indeed! Of course, the Vedic story has a patriarchal undertone that what her father was doing WAS correct, and that it was best for everyone. There is also the token “heroes” also male, who try to seek retribution for the creator's misdeeds by pooling all their anger to create a super angry fellow named Rudra who shoots down the creator and sends him falling to the earth. Thus, the plans for perfect beings are foiled and we all have issues instead. Lightening, Thunder, Hurricanes, and Tornadoes are all created along with Rudra. From this destruction, the earth mother Aditi is born and she is our love in spite of all the pain.
With Rahu, the north node of the Moon in Cancer, we have been seeing more and more themes surrounding the Feminine and the Mother arise. We are at the beginning of this year and a half period of heightened energy in the emotional realm, where we may find ourselves obsessing over feelings and connections but also devoting ourselves to the divine that is in all things and recognizing the importance of acknowledging our feelings and needs. Cancer is the sign of unconditional love and for many of us, this is a love we have never felt in this world. It is ideally the way your parents made you feel, but all too often the love we receive from our parents is actually conditional. The only true way to experience unconditional love is with the Divine. Cancer is where we offer up our love to our Universal Mother, as her children. With Jupiter in Libra for the first year of this alignment, we will be navigating what the balance of conditional vs. unconditional love is and where each one is appropriate. With Saturn early on in his 2 ½ years in Sagittarius, we are committing to what we believe in a potentially constrictive and fearful manner. We are willing to do the work in service of our beliefs and ideals, but we may be less expansive and hopeful with what we believe to begin with. We will likely try to “level the playing field” in a practical, intellectual approach on a global scale, using philosophies and laws to “make things fair” for women. This is important, but it will only be a bandaid on a huge open wound if the deeper psychology of our world society does not make a shift as well. If we do not shift the collective consciousness out of the patriarchal paradigm, we will continue to perpetuate it, even as we make efforts to fight or control it. This is the period to honor the Mother, as in the giver and nurturer of life. As in our planet. As in our homes. As in our hearts. On a higher level, what we are really being called to do is surrender our Mind and “think” with our hearts. Bhakti means 'devotion' or 'love'. We are being called to Love all of life as part of the Goddess herself. Even ourselves. Even our shadows. Unconditionally. Namaste
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The New Moon was in 3 degrees 22 seconds of Sidereal Virgo on Tuesday September 19th at 7:30 pm Hawaii Time in the nakshaktra of Uttaraphalguni. Uttaraphalguni is the star of Aryaman, the god of friendly contracts and negotiations. It is said to be the star Parvati and Shiva married under and is auspicious for marriage and other lawful agreements. Coming right after the lusty star of PurvaPhalguni, it is a star that shows where our Fire is brought to Earth. It is at the end of Leo, beginning of Virgo bringing our power, higher vision and leadership skills into the more practical realm of facts and figures. In this new Virgo cycle, we will be focusing on the details and specifics as well as discerning between what is fact and what is based on potentially erroneous perceptions. It is much easier to do this with other people than it is to do with ourselves, but this new desire to get along has just birthed inside us as Jupiter made its way into Libra last week on September 11th. Here we feel as though the highest road is to compromise and make sure everyone's needs are met and our beliefs will begin to focus on ways to improve our relationships and relating skills. Jupiter in Libra can be a wonderful relief from the hyper-critical nature of our belief systems while Jupiter was in Virgo, bringing more peace and harmony to our partnerships and even our business relationships. The shadow of this is that sometimes we compromise beliefs we hold very dear or that are at the core of our personal ideologies and morality in order to make the moment more beautiful or bearable. We may hold relating in such high regard that we fold on issues that should be non-negotiable in order to find pleasure and happiness with our partner or other people. This is a Venus/Jupiter struggle that we often deal with as Libra's ruling planet of Venus rules our happiness, pleasure, beauty and relationships and that is often in conflict with our strong beliefs and ideals and even our teachings and spiritual practices.
The nine nights of the Goddess Mother in her myriad forms referred to as Navaratri begins on Wednesday, the first lunar phase, or pratipad, of this new waxing moon in the Hindu month of Ashwin. This is a time of harvest both physically in the fields and for each of us to reap what we have sown over the months leading up to autumn. In parts of India and Nepal this massive festival will be accompanied by pujas, prayer, dance and enactment of the great myth of Goddess Durga riding on her tiger (or lion, depending on the region) and saving the world from the buffalo-headed demon. This myth, like others in the Hindu tradition operates on many levels, the most potent being as a portal of consciousness. Devotees access their own darkness and demons and bring them to light. At the end of the epic battle between Durga and Mahisasura, the Goddess breathes even the demon back into her infinite being, indicating that she accepts even the darkest parts of her children (us) and that these shadows are also part of her. If you are interested in a very in-depth worship practice for this Navaratri, I can highly recommend Laura Amazzone's online course that gives a nightly practice and a lot of information and photos/video on the festivities as they take place in Nepal. You can also get a copy of her book “Goddess Durga and Sacred Female Power,” from Amazon or on her website. It is an excellent resource for Navaratri and the Goddess in general!
The Nodal Axis finally made its shift into Cancer/Capricorn on September 8th, bringing our attention and focus to our feelings and emotions and perhaps our own and other's needs for unconditional love. This is a year and half cycle where the Mother will take center stage, after we just experienced a year and half of the King or Father and all the power and leadership this brought to the forefront. An especially auspicious year for Durga puja indeed! Depending on the house this rules from your Vedic Rising Sign or Lagna, this will affect your life quite differently. If you sign up for my email list (in the box to the right, or as it pops up on your screen) you will receive your FREE report on The Nodal Axis Shift for all 12 Rising Signs and if you go to these past forecasts you can read up on the shift in general more.
This past Saturday, September 16th, Mars and Mercury were in exact degrees of each other in Leo, perhaps giving a little extra fire to our speech and letting us snap a little if pushed. Venus had just entered Leo and the Sun moved out of Leo earlier that day, giving us a very crowded house in the earlier part of the day. Depending on what house Leo is in your natal chart, you likely felt a little overwhelmed in that area of your life (or if you are a Leo Lagna then maybe you felt overwhelmed in general as it was on your identity). Now that the our planet of communication and discrimination (Mercury) and our planet of action, anger and discipline (Mars) have parted and the Sun has moved into Virgo, we are still feeling a bit of the sting from that day. We may be both mentally picking apart the situation with the other person (or people) we got into conflict with and seeing the ways in which we could have handled it better (Jupiter in Libra). This is a good time to make amends if necessary, or let it go if not because in a couple weeks from October 3rd-12th Mars and Saturn are in exact dristhi or energetic gaze with each other mutually. This is a potential landmine for us as well, especially in the area of your life that Scorpio rules since Saturn has just been sort of sitting there at 27 degrees for over a month freezing over our fears with inaction. Mars' dristhi from whatever house Leo is for you may have a potentially explosive effect on this frozen lake of fear and Saturn's gaze upon Mars will likely accentuate the trigger to our survival instinct as it will encourage the part of us that fights to believe that there is actually a tiger in the room. This will be a good time to take space from anyone that is a surefire trigger for you or at least to adopt a policy of silence and meditation when you feel your temperature rise. Venus and Mars will be in exact degrees of Leo on October 5th, creating tension (and possible fiery passion) specifically in relationships so be extra careful with your partners on this day of the transit. If you know your Vedic Rising Sign you can figure out what areas of your life these houses (Leo and Scorpio) rule for you and do your best to mitigate the circumstances ahead of time. Mercury (which was the one that may have gotten us in trouble with our tongue on September 16th) will have moved on from “say what you think as loudly and authoritatively as possible” in Leo to “say only precisely what you mean and carefully” in Virgo joined our Sun, which is our sense of confidence and authority to begin with. Also, with Jupiter in Libra and this New Moon cycle being one that begins with friendly contracts, we may be able to keep the peace in our affairs by remembering to look at what we ourselves may be able to do to help change any situation or relationship that is not working as well as it could.
Navaratri Blessings and Jai Jai Ma!
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The Total Solar Eclipse will be visible across mainland America, starting at 9:05 am Pacific Time and with the Sun completely obscured by 10:18 am Pacific Time. Here in Hawaii we will not be able to see it until after sunrise, with the maximum eclipse visible at 6:35 am Hawaii Time and the Moon leaving the Sun's edge at 7:22 am. It will only be partially visible even at the maximum point here. This eclipse is a powerful end to a cycle that began in January of 2016 when the nodal axis moved into Leo/Aquarius. On a Collective and Individual level we have been obsessed with our Power and Authority and Governance, while pulling away from our bigger, humanitarian view. Progress that could take us to new horizons has been shadowed by the South Node of the Moon, Ketu in Aquarius, giving us the feeling that what we need right now is more power and less innovation and humility. This Big Event that everyone is talking about as the Great American Eclipse is the end of the that cycle. Because it is visible in America alone and happening right on the President of this country's rising sign, it appears as though this country will be the one who's power is eclipsed more than any other. On a personal level this will affect each of us in the House Leo falls in our Vedic Astrology Chart and any planets we might have there. Likely, this area of our life has been highlighted over the last year and a half, so we are pretty attuned to where the shadow is lurking. This New Moon and Solar Eclipse are occurring in the star of Magha, which is related to Kings and ruled by the Pitris, the ancestoral fathers of mankind. It is a star that reminds us of our lineage in this life and others, and the deep connection ancient rulers had to the Divine. Magha is in Regulus, near the forehead of the Lion and is ruled by Ketu the South Node which brings us wisdom from our past lives. Now is the time for the third eye to open and insight to pour in. If we can get past our own power struggles, and sit in the glow of the spiritual fire our ancestors have built, we can receive great insight as to where to go from here.
The Moon will have just passed by Mars debilitated in Cancer, bringing our Anger to the forefront, and will be moving towards a dristhi (energetic glance) with Retrograde Saturn in Scorpio on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing Fear and Pressure to our Mind and Emotions. We received a preview of this Mars and then Saturn dristhi on the Moon last week as it traveled through Aries and Taurus, reminding us of the big open wound in our lives that we've been avoiding and may eventually have to reckon with. Most likely it will come to a strong head when Mars in Leo is in dual dristhi with Retrograde Saturn in Scorpio in early September. We also have Retrograde Mercury in 10 degrees of this New Moon and Eclipse, giving us a chance to think before we speak, or better yet, not speak at all. When Mercury is in Leo, generally we feel like sharing all of our knowledge, even if we are not well-learned on the subject, but Retrograde motion tends to slow down and delay our output of information giving us a chance to review what we think we know before we shout it from the throne. Listening in to the voice from within is necessary now. Take the time to be alone and silent, in nature if possible, to hear the deep messages available now. Rahu on the Sun may be eclipsing our Power, but it can also bring us glimpses of where we want to go and in the star of Magha, it can offer us to move forward with the wisdom of our ancestors instead of their greed and suffering.
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This August, we see our last two eclipses in the Leo/Aquarius axis and our shift into the Cancer/Capricorn axis. At 5:50 am on August 7th, here in Hawaii, the partial lunar eclipse will begin to be visible reaching it's height at 5:52 am, 3 minutes before Moonset. The Sun and Moon will be exactly opposite one another in the sky at 8:11 am in the culmination of Full Moon, a phase or tithi that begins on August 6th at 6:59 am. While the Moon will be in sidereal Capricorn, in the nakshatra of Shravana, the eclipse point, or node, is still in the beginning degrees of Aquarius, which is why it is only partially eclipsing the Moon. This is the end of phase that began a year and half ago in January of 2016 where we collectively, and individually, have been focused on the government, power, authority, leadership, and strength while pulling away from universal ideologies that take us to new frontiers. The South Node, Ketu, in Aquarius has also affected our capacity to be humble, and to see things through a wider lens. When the nodal axis moves on August 17th, it will begin a cycle where we collectively and indivdually focus more on the nurturing aspects of life and ourselves. The North Node, Rahu, will be in the sign of the Mother, Cancer, where we will find ourselves seeking nurturance, connection, and wanting to be in touch with our feeling nature. We may bring our attention to our own mothers, our children, motherhood in general, and even our Mother Earth. Devotion and Unconditional Love are two main themes of Cancer and while we may not know how to be either of those things, we may find ourselves obsessively chasing external versions of them. Rahu brings chaotic, unlearned energy wherever it goes and Ketu brings past experiences and a withdrawn energy that evokes death where it lingers. Both nodes can bring us a good deal of confusion, and delusion, but they also carry potent possibilities of glimpses into unseen realms and messages from the Divine Within. Ketu will move into Capricorn, pulling us away from the more self-protective, resourceful, hard-working and limited part of ourselves that tends to take care of business in a steady, conservative manner that may leave others feeling hurt or used. It shows us moving towards an ending with regards to Capricorn themes and a completion of some karma that surrounds the house it rules in your Vedic Astrology Chart.
This Partial Lunar Eclipse and the Total Solar Eclipse on August 21st both have the Node that is eclipsing in a different sign than the luminaries (Moon and Sun), signifying the cross-over of the axis that shows where eclipses will occur over the next year and a half. The Nodal points are not actual bodies, rather mathematical points in the sky that indicate the eclipse cycle. In Vedic mythology, the Sun and Moon ratted out Rahu for pretending to be a Deva and receiving the immortal elixir soma at the great churning of the Milky Way. He had already been made immortal by the time Vishnu's discus split him in half. The lower half of his body became Ketu, ending in a tail and the top half Rahu, with a mouth always open but nowhere to digest what he take in. They swore to forever stalk the Sun and Moon and eclipse them. The Sun is our Consciousness, our Power and Soul Connection. The Moon is our Psyche, our Mind and Emotional State. During eclipses we experience a black out (or partial black out) of these luminaries, in which we can either have flashes of great insight or become entangled in a smokey web of deluded truths. What area of your life this happens in is indicated by the houses that Cancer and Capricorn rule in your Vedic Astrology chart, and any planets residing in them.
The specific star, Shravana,that this Full Moon falls in is ruled by Vishnu, indicating deep devotion is available here. It is a spiritual star that means “to listen” and is symbolized by an ear. Here we listen deep rather than hear what is happening on the surface. The planet Mars will be in close degrees to the Sun this Full Moon/Eclipse and will be passing over the North Node as it transitions into Cancer. This can bring frenzied Action and a militant sense that Discipline and Order are the only ways to set into motion whatever your chart indicates you are moving towards. Mars is in his sign of debilitation in Cancer and has been for weeks, showing us feeling less powerful and more likely to show our anger in passive aggressive ways, blaming others for our lack of strength and discipline. The Sun also being in the watery sign of the Mother, shows a diminished fire and desire to lead. In these hot days in the Northern Hemisphere, our aggravation may have less outlets in the outside world, cooling off in natural waters can help us feel connected and at peace.
In addition, Saturn Retrograde in Scorpio and Jupiter in Virgo are both giving dristhi, or an energetic glance towards this Full Moon. Saturn casting our fears and doubts on our psyche and Jupiter offering some hopefulness and ideological grace, but with the bent that Jupiter in Virgo is generally more constricted and puts more value in facts and information than on the true wisdom Jupiter seeks.
Mercury will be moving Retrograde in Leo starting August 12th, lasting until September 5th. This will bring us greater capacity to listen rather than speak as we are slowed down with respect to our communication. Review, Revise and Review again as new information comes your way. Mercury in Leo has a tendency to speak with confidence and authority, regardless of actual knowledge on a matter, and Rahu in Leo has only been making this more automatic and frenzied. This Retrograde motion will help quell our constant desire to “teach” others although Mercury will be moving backwards along with Rahu, so the insatiability may still exist but with more delays and review and less outward explosion of information;-)
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Happy Full Moon/Eclipse and Hare Ohm!
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The Moon and Sun will be directly across from each other at 1:36 am Hawaii Time (GMT-10) on Thursday, January 12th, 2017. This first Full Moon of the New Year is on the heels of Mercury going Direct and is in the extroverted, witty sign of Mercury, Gemini. Gemini is directly across from Sagittarius, where the Sun is, offering us discrimination and intelligence in this hopeful and inspired period. Sagittarius goes out in the world to find Meaning, Purpose and Wisdom while Gemini is the place in our chart where we Think, Assimilate, and Communicate. With three weeks of Retrograde motion before this Full Moon, perhaps we have done some thinking and listening, allowing us to come forward with a well-thought out Belief system from this point forward. The nakshaktra that the Moon is full in is called Punarvasu, and it is a star of beginning anew, with the scars from the past, but the dew-faced purity that comes in the first soft rain after a tumultuous thunderstorm. It is the “return of the light” and is ruled by Aditya, the Earth Mother.
Mercury, himself, is in the sign of Sagittarius with the Sun, bringing his thoughtful energy to our sense of Power and Authority. The Sun is where we resonate on a Soul level, allowing us to shine our biggest Self. In Sagittarius, we are shining through meaning, but we must be careful not to turn this into a dogmatic or self-righteous burning message. Mercury here can make us all preachers, and now that he is direct, we are more likely to speak our truth out to anyone who will listen. Hopefully, we have used some of the Retrograde time to Listen as opposed to Speak, so we might have a more thoughtful approach to what we share with others. The Sun will be moseying into Capricorn on the 13th, so we are ready to act on our beliefs in a practical and advantageous manner. In Capricorn, we get things done, and with the Sun there, we will feel compelled to use the element of Earth to physically birth our big ideas.
Mercury is in an exchange of signs with Sagittarius' ruler, Jupiter, who has settled into Mercury's own sign of Virgo until next September. Expansive Jupiter is less so here, as we focus on what inspires us through the details and facts and figures, but with Mercury in Jupiter also, we have some interchange of the two celestial bodies' energies and they both offer the other a leg up in their world. Notice if you are getting to attached to the physical body as a way to reach higher planes of wisdom. We will likely have a strong mental attachment as well, preferring facts about what works over the subtle intuition that can often bring about shifts in wellness and spiritual connection. Taking care of our health is a priority for this whole year, and no doubt many a New Year's resolution is connected to purifying the body and organizing the home and mental space.
Venus is sandwiched between Mars and the South Node, Ketu, in Aquarius right now, giving our sense of Happiness a bit of a squeeze. Mars can agitate and over-physicalize our sensory desires, making us have heightened sexual energy and in Aquarius, it will likely lack commitment. If you are already committed, you might find yourself feeling less emotional about the connection at this time, as Ketu pulls away from wherever it is located. Mars is going to move into Whatever romance is lost this month, however, will come back in an almost magical way come January 27th, when Venus enters her state of exaltation in Pisces. In the dreamy waters of Pisces, we will find that our entire perspective on Happiness will shift and we will feel much more connected to everyone and especially our partners and close friends. There will be less caveats on our Happiness, and Pleasure will come on an almost godly level. This bout will be long-lasting, as Venus will remain in Pisces until May 30th, but from March 3rd till April 15th, she will be Retrograde, causing us to question and run back over what really makes us Happy and how we can enjoy being with others.
Saturn is also about to change signs, moving into Sagittarius on January 25th, a transit that will last until January 2020, with a short stint moving back into Scorpio in late Spring and early Summer. Saturn is our ability to get work done, due to an often unnerving awareness of the limits of Time. In Sagittarius, we will find ourselves more committed to what inspires us and more fearful based on what are belief systems and philosophies are. This could be a time of great effort in the way of your path, or a time of constriction and fear being the primary trajectory of your spirituality and faith. And of course on a greater scale, in the world around you.
Happy Full Moon Blessings! Hare Ohm
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