Sometimes the best way to meditate on what a New Moon may mean for you is to see what if you can sense what it means for someone who was born under that configuration.
So what are the some deliciously dark and lunar inspirations we can take from this brilliant woman? And how can we apply these inspirations to our own lives to celebrate the coming of the New Moon in Scorpio this Sunday, 10/27 ?
- Inspiration #1- Being afraid and standing still in your tracks don’t mix
This is Mars talk (Scorpio’s original ruler), the planet of adrenalin and motive, with the kernel of it all being in the word motion. Call it shark-mentality, or being highly motivated, the message here is to keep moving. Even if you are “absolutely terrified”, don’t let that get in the way of you and your goals.
- Inspiration #2- Unlearning can be as important as learning
Stripping away and starting anew is where Scorpio thrives. When something is learned that isn’t healthy for our spirit, sometimes this goes undetected for decades, as our dutiful robotic subconscious mind sees to it that we continue to repeat bad habits that re-enforce a false sense of self. Scorpio seeks to blow the lid off of this conspiracy. Life is too short.
- Inspiration #3- Don’t cheapen your sense of reality with too much “reality”
Being a realist is a good thing. But being too much of a realist at the expense of the unheard poetry behind something significant, or the subjective stun of bright moonlight, or the signatures of spirituality embedded in every natural creation, this is a catastrophe! Especially for the artist! O’Keefe also famously said “One can’t paint New York as it is, but rather as it is felt.” Scorpio understands the reality of feeling. It is not some bit of subjectivism waiting to be activated. These are the undercurrents of reality.
Let’s see some more of O’Keefe’s reality as she experiences it:
I hope these inspirations serve you well to plant some healthy Scorpionic seeds of intention into the fertile soils of your New Moon subconscious mind!
Happy astro pondering!