One of the themes that keeps coming up for this month is ‘stay in the Eye of the Storm.” With so much rapid change occurring, and so much external noise, it’s crucial to have some sort of still, safe haven that you can retreat to, to regain balance, sanity and clarity.
Looking at the energy around the global Covid-19 situation is like standing in front of a giant washing machine packed with all sorts of clothes, created from all sorts of materials, from smooth pink chiffon to rough grey fleece, spinning at full speed and trying to decipher what’s in there.
The truth of our reality is being revealed constantly now and it’s relentless. It’s happening all day, every day, on every topic and in every life area. It’s happening on personal, inner and private life levels, and on global, collective and societal levels.
After 5 months retrograde, Pluto stationed to go direct a week ago at 20 degrees Capricorn. When planets station to either go retrograde or direct, they create a powerful portal specific to their influence on your life.
As Saturn stations direct today he starts his final separation from the South Node (which always travels retrograde) – which means a final separating in your world from an old karmic story or pattern that is done, done, doneskie!
Jupiter went direct on 11/12 Aug while Uranus went retrograde on 12/13 Aug, leading up to the Full Moon in Aquarius on 15 Aug. On a personal level, Jupiter loves expansion, and Uranus loves you to express your unique self.
The theme of the moment is all about freeing ourselves – freeing our thoughts, minds, beliefs, feelings, actions and consciousness, particularly from influences that are (or have been) false, disempowering and manufactured.
We recently talked about the effect of Pluto, Saturn and the South Node being together in the skies this year. Today we’re going to focus on Saturn and the South Node as these two are pretty much side by side for the next 4 months until the end of September.
Friday's Lunar Eclipse was the longest this century. It was so interesting to read what made it the longest. Firstly, a Lunar Eclipse happens when the Earth is between the Moon and the Sun, creating a shadow of Earth that covers the Moon.