Scuba diving pioneer, filmmaker and inventor, Jacques Yves Cousteau fell in love with the sea. His ambition was to be a pilot, but his learning was interrupted by an automobile accident. Part of his rehabilitation involved swimming in the sea. And that’s when he found his raison d’etre.
He said, “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.”
In this last week of October, the air is foggy, saturated with mist, ocean-like and mysterious. Jack-o-lanterns appear on doorsteps like sea urchins on the floor of the sea. Scorpio Season has just begun with strange sights to be treasured by everyone.
You know what question the trick or treaters will ask. But do you know who’s behind your own mask? Or his mask or her mask? Beneath the surfaces? Beneath the words?
Cousteau famously said, “From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free.” Scorpio is this essence exactly; a freedom that only exists beneath the surfaces.
Imagination comes alive at Halloween, an ocean for everyone to behold. As we sink below the surface of what is usually deemed acceptable, robot cats eat peanut butter cups for dinner and nobody is alarmed by distant cackling.
And now let’s come back to that question we asked; who is it behind your mask?
Beneath the surfaces, real motives swim like fish. Whole schools of motives, not yet identified by science, not yet even considered in your conscious mind. Motives that are only glimpsed in strange moments, or dreams.
This week. Mars, the planet of motivation will be squaring Pluto, the planet of hidden motivation. You must ask yourself; is your day-to-day will eventhe least bit aware of your hidden will? Have you given yourself permission to shake off the gravity of your perceived situation for enough of a minute to feel the freedom in discovering what might swim beneath the surface? Who knows, you may catch a glimpse of some very interesting, highly motivated fish!
Happy Halloween and
Happy astro pondering!
A new documentary on Jacques Cousteau hit theatres last week! I can’t wait to check it out.
Labor Day comes this year on a New Moon in Virgo, a sign that like no other, knows the magic of timing.
If it weren’t for timing, no one would have ever figured out how to grow things from the ground. Plant seeds at the wrong time and nothing will happen, harvest at the wrong time and the bounty is lost. Through her diligent observation of nature’s timing, Virgo flourishes alongside her craft.
Some say that timing is everything. Miles Davis famously said, “Timing isn’t the main thing. It’s the only thing.” Some credit their success to being in the right place at the right time.
One thing is for sure: nature has certain right times and right places. What is also true is that human nature has the right times and places as well.
Rightness is embedded in our very anatomy, as feelings inform our moral reasoning. It has been said that Pythagoras believed the entire cosmos to be constructed of right triangles.
Time is cumulative, like character, like meaning. It builds upon itself, like good music. Just as a crowd can’t help but join in on the chorus, sometimes a time becomes so ripe that one can’t help but join in on its promptings, sing along, jump into a strong moving current, do that thing that your nature is screaming at you to do.
Everyone longs for those right moments, when the stars align and things go right. As a matter of fact, on Labor Day 6 planets will be in trine aspect, an aspect that favors easiness, smoothness, even luck!
Virgo has another key to the puzzle, however. In her natural humility she does what is so often forgotten to be done. She listens. Just like the original farmers listening to the land, she listens to what her surroundings are relaying to her own nature. The right angles of the cosmos are the right angles of her body’s feedback. The sphere of her surroundings include the cosmos. The growing circle of her timing, which may also be called a spiral, includes what Emerson called “the cumulative force of a whole life’s cultivation.”
It’s not so much that she prays for luck, or right timing, but rather she enjoys a certain interplay; between the motions of her surroundings and how they speak to the motions of her inner life. Her dance partner is the arena of life. Her own control comes with her dominions over time. She makes a humble pledge to cultivate timing, and thus cultivate her life, her character.
Timing is alive in the present which is beyond description.
Timing is at your disposal at any moment. Pause even a word in a sentence and you can change a whole meaning, as any actor or comedian knows.
There is power in timing, but it won’t come without listening. True power is relational not dominating. True power comes with listening as much as acting.
By Friday Venus will move into Scorpio where she will travel until October 7th. Venus relates and in Scorpio she relates with power. Use the gifts of this Virgo New Moon, and remember the power of timing. A power that comes with listening- to the promptings of your surroundings as much as the promptings of your mysterious nature.
If timing is everything then you must be timing too!
Have you ever thought about to what extent your doubts color your attitude towards life? Or for that matter your faith?
In his book Man For Himself, psychologist Erich Fromm makes a distinction between different kinds of doubt and faith: the rational kind and the irrational kind.
Irrational doubt iis tied to an uneasy feeling that “nothing is certain.” For some it is an attitude of indifference, for others it is more compulsive. Rational doubt on the other hand is how children learn to think for themselves, and how adults go on to further develop their personality.
Rational doubt is essential to modern thought, and all the discoveries that have contributed to what we know now.
Irrational faith, he says, is “rooted in the submission to a power”. This type of faith has made a muck of many things, from witch hunts to the Inquisition. It is easy to see why this is not a good idea.
Perhaps less easy, however, is to see the value of embracing a “rational faith”; a faith that is rooted in one’s own experience and in “the confidence of one’s own power of thought, judgement and observation.”
Whereas irrational doubt gives a vague sense of nothing being certain, and irrational faith strips one’s power away, rational faith restores power by providing the only certainty that exists.
Any guesses for what you think Fromm’s definition of “the only certainty that exists” is?
Remember this certainty is based on the powers that come from within, and a dedication to rationality.
Ok so here it is: the only certainty that exists is the certainty growing from productive activity.
For Fromm, the basis of rational faith is productiveness, and to live by faith is to live productively. In this way, we connect to our true powers and find certainty.
These are real powers; powers of reason, love, strength and potential. In embracing meaningful and productive activity you can count on the certainty of your own growth, the certainty of your own powers. There’s no denying them just as there is no denying the productive activity of an apple tree making apples.
Henry Miller said that “the goal of life is not to possess power but to radiate it.”
Happy radiant Leo Season and remember: when in doubt, stay productive to revive your faith and keep in touch with the certainty of your own powers.
There is a Full Thunder Moon headed our way this week, on Friday, July 23rd. As the season shifts from the mysterious electricity of Cancer to the bright and obvious light of Leo, it seems a perfect time to ponder the phenomenon of thunder: the electric rumble born out of light itself.
The sound of light comes in two distinct forms: the long low rumble and the sudden loud crack.
The long and low rumble is heard when the light is far away. Rumbling like the grumbling of hunger. But this hunger is a spiritual appetite, a “hero’s call” for adventure. The farther away the light the more the blood stirs.
The sudden loud crack is when light is astonishingly nearby. It’s what propelled Archimedes to jump out of the bathwater yelling “eureka”, which is Greek for “I found it!”. Finding such a light can seemingly stop the flow of time. It’s the nature of a peak experience; a bubbling over of sheer delight.
In both instances, light is making sound, and in special cases, it is recorded to allow the sound to become a second birth of light.
A record player is a perfect example: the light of Louis Armstrong is expressed through sound, which is captured on record, to be played for someone who enjoys it. The record is like thunder, the sound of light, it may come again as a loud crack or distant rumble to the right set of ears. One of those sets of ears belonged to the 12 year old Billie Holiday who, in between scrubbing the halls and kitchens of some neighborhood apartments, first heard Armstrong’s “West End Blues”. Whether it was a low rumble or a sudden crack we may not know, but as her nickname Lady Day suggests, she rebirthed the light.
Rebirthing the light is a virgin birth. As Joseph Campbell explains it, “The virgin birth has nothing to do with a biological accident,”. It symbolizes instead “the awakening of spiritual life in the human animal.”
Our job then, is to tune in to those low frequencies of rumbling thunder that are so often unheard so that we can give attention to a faraway light that “calls”. We must also be ready to seize the light if we are lucky enough to hear the sudden loud crack and yell Eureka, I have it! I have in my possession the light that found me.
Just like a record player, one can learn to get into the habit of recording light; paying attention in those times of rich warmth and bright meaning, then committing them to a precious bank of memory within. Letting these instances of warmth, meaning and light fill up a personal account. Drawing from an inner currency that answers to the highest of gold standards; that of light itself.
Nikola Tesla famously said “Everything is the light.”
He said “I am part of a light, and it is the music.”
When asked by the journalist interviewing him whether he heard this music he replied, “I hear it all the time. My spiritual ear is as big as the sky we see above us.”
There is a romantic rendezvous in the sky this week as Mars joins Venus on Tuesday, July 13th. The star crossed lovers will embrace in the sign of Leo, the Sun, stirring up a passion for something so universal yet so often overlooked.
The Egyptians worshipped Ra, the Sun God who was the source of life, power, energy, warmth and light. For the Greeks it was Helios, who dutifully drove his chariot through the sky to create each day anew. The Aboriginals worshipped Yhi, the Goddess of light and creation who lived in dreamtime before she opened her eyes, causing light to fall upon the earth. The Indigenous peoples of the Great Plains would perform sun dances to renew the bond that man has with life, earth and the growing season.
And here we find ourselves now, in this summer week of 2021. How often do we consider the bond we hold with life, the earth and the growing season? How often do we marvel at the wholeness of a day? The new light that lifts us up again and again from our dreams? What is this bond we hold with the Sun; with light, warmth and growth?
The great ideas that have shaped our history have come about with special and intimate bonds of light that flash across a person’s mind. Even just the pretty good ideas that you may have had yesterday came from a special bond with light.
A bond with warmth may come when our nervous systems register a delightful shift that melts away stress, as we share a hearty laugh with someone.
Laughter is especially special. Philosopher Henri Bergson saw laughter to be an evolutionary strategy, a corrective force to keep us from falling into a trap of rigidity. He said that in general, we laugh at ‘something mechanical encrusted upon the living.’ The classic example of someone falling down goes from what is living, flowing and moving with a certain ‘elasticity’ as he likes to call it, to a bumbling mishap likely due to a lack of awareness. Maybe someone is on their phone and walks straight into a sign post. Something mechanical encrusted upon the living. The natural response of laughter keeps us rejecting rigidity, and distancing ourselves from robotic behavior.
Laughter shakes us back into being truly human, which in truth, is part superhuman.
A similar thing happens with wonder. Philosopher Josef Pieper said “Wonder acts upon a man like a shock, he is “moved” and “shaken”. In these times all that is taken for granted loses its obviousness as a sense of mystery deepens within. Reality is rendered beyond understanding because “its light is ever-flowing, unfathomable, and inexhaustible.”
Artists who paint bond with light as it interplays with matter. Musicians and songwriters bond with light as it makes itself known from within. As Kurt Cobain said, “In the Sun, I feel as one.”
The gold of the sun is a standard of true wealth; a suppleness of spirit that triumphs again and again over the most trying of challenges. As Henry David Thoreau discovered, “I was rich, if not in money, in sunny hours and summer days.”
Rimbaud called the sun “the hearth of affection and life [that pours] burning love on the delighted earth.”
It was only a couple hundred years ago that people began to accept the idea that planets revolved around the sun. But what if, as we continue to laugh and wonder and grow as a species, a second sun emerges? A second place of unmistakable power, warmth and light. A unity that only comes from a heightened intensity of individual sparks? What if the good fight of laughter and wonder to keep humans as elastic as possible comes under deeper challenges as the world of automation, with its tricks that play on the subconscious, begin to normalise over-mechanized behavior?
This week, the passionate lovers of Mars and Venus hail no! Long live the sun. Long live the quaking of the light!
There is a new moon coming this week on Friday, July 9th. Maybe you are wondering what is so special about a new moon. Well, let’s ponder it, so we can better enjoy it when it comes!
New moons occur when the moon is in between the earth and the sun, whereas for a full moon, it is the earth that is between the sun and moon.
The full moon is the popular one. It makes a dazzling spectacle that is usually impossible to miss. With the earth at the center, full moons are ‘centered’ around earthly things. Sensory things. Beauty, tastes, aroma, textures and so on. Some people are lucky enough to find their ways to a moonlit swim. Others may find a simple walk home to turn into the most mystical of experiences, all because of these heightened senses.
A few weeks back we had a Full Strawberry Moon and I was lucky enough to eat some of the best tasting strawberries I’ve ever tasted!
But we are now going to ponder the new moon, which finds its ‘center’ with the moon itself. With the new moon it isn’t the senses in the middle of it all, it is the intuitions, the instincts, the songs in our blood. In the darkened night distant stars appear with startling clarity. In the same way, meaningful ideas and connections may find you, bright with purpose, and seemingly out of nowhere.
The ancient Greek philosopher Parmenides said “Gaze steadfastly at things which, though far away, are yet present to the mind.”
A full moon may light up the details of a flower, but a new moon brings a vast distance into your own place of detail-making; your own mind that makes order out of chaos.
Distant stars, coming into focus from so far away.
Tennessee Williams said that time is the longest distance between two places.
But what if the light of the stars is a world beyond time? A world where myths are made as living guides, changing as the people that made them continue to change. Where would we be without these myths that made us?
Where would we be without these new moons?
Also fun with a new moon is watching for its return. In the depths of winter she is gracious enough to return with a smile! Though now, in summer, she will return with her signature right-sided waxing crescent. Thankfully she never returns with a frown.
Look to the western sky this weekend just after sunset. After being new in Cancer, she will be visible again in Leo, and… ready for her closeup.
Summer days have begun, ready to blow some jasmine in your mind and make you feel fine. Boding well with eternity, an endless summer has a much better ring to it than an endless winter.
Cancer Season stands opposite to Capricorn Season, the sign of time and winter. Summer, then, stands opposite time, full of light and warmth. Full of Sun.
But what about the relationship of eternity to time?
William Blake said “Eternity is in love with the productions of time.”
Eternity, then, is like a child, delighting in blowing the seeds of a dandelion, a product of time.
The planets of passion, Mars and Venus are traveling through Leo right now, the sign of the Sun, the child, eternity and delight. Mars especially finds itself directly opposite Saturn, the planet of time, and squaring Uranus, the planet of future.
Time and future can be put another way as law and evolution. Laws are things you can depend on. They help you make those ‘productions of time’ that eternity is so fond of. Without these laws there would be no cities, no dandelions, no agriculture, no science, no Brooklyn Bridges and no Mona Lisas.
But evolution goes against the law. Instead of losing order, as all natural things do in time, it gains order, and marches uphill, towards some distant aim. Evolution is the reason that birds have wings to fly, and horses have strong legs to run. These specialties reflect the dreams held deep within the animal’s soul. The dream to fly, the dream to run far and wide.
The ‘productions of time’ don’t come out of law alone, they also need that distant dream of evolution. That refusal to let law alone rule. That instinct for higher worlds that stand outside of time.
The Moon wanes this week, into her 4th quarter by Thursday with the beginning of a new month. It will be in the sign of beginnings as well, Aries, a fresh start. July is the month of rubies, pairing well with Cancer’s theme of home. Home can be synonymous with evolution’s distant dream. There are those special moments when time seems to stand still and you can feel what Colin Wilson calls ‘the magnetic north of your existence.’
A distant and dynamic dream that stirs up a vortex of personal power. Memories building on each other over billions of years. Nothing is wasted. All is incorporated.
Holiday weekend ahead with the 4th of July on Sunday. Uranus, the planet of independence and evolution was discovered in 1781, a mere 5 years after Independence Day. One glance at the Statue of Liberty shows the power of evolution’s distant dream. The poetry that weaves its way into time and delights eternity. This Sunday, the Moon will travel over Uranus, bringing a special mood of future to the fireworks.
“Humans are amphibians – half spirit and half animal. As spirits they belong to the eternal world, but as animals they inhabit time.” ~C.S. Lewis
Gemini season skips along, happy with tricks and surprises. The twins know a thing or two about how to keep things fresh. It has to do with duality: merging two worlds: the world of light and the world of matter.
In the world of matter, you get dressed, go to work, feel hungry, have lunch and so on. In the world of light you have ideas, you laugh from a real place, you recognize the beauty of something, you remember some important reasons for why you do what you do, you connect to a higher world.
Like frogs, we must come up for air if we are in the water too long. But our air is actually light, and our water is the world of matter and time.
As Arthur M Young explains in his book the Reflexive Universe, light is outside of time. Clocks stop at the speed of light.
He says, light is pure action, like the smile without the cat.
Leo the lion walks with his heel not touching the ground. Cats have an instinct for higher worlds, even though they fall off of furniture in the funniest ways.
Mars, the planet of will, is newly in Leo. How can you use your will to be more like a cat, and find those higher worlds, even if it be just a patch of sunlight in an empty room.
Mercury moves backwards in Gemini this week- retracing some steps in search of time mixed with timelessness.
Venus advancing in Cancer, like a gentle dancer, favoring moonlight, where two worlds seem to combine, and create such longings for things divine.
Jupiter with a couple months of Pisces right now before it goes back into Aquarius for the rest of the year. Jupiter is a spirited growth, in Pisces, the classroom is an ocean of imagination. A world of light within. No time no space, just a place of unity and infinite possibility.
Saturn in Aquarius squaring Uranus in Taurus. A paradigm shift in the making. New truths begin quaking. Truths of existence and values of time. Things that leak in on the peripheries and lead to epiphanies. Better it be some blowing trees than a deadened sales pitch.
Neptune in Pisces a growing intuition into the nature of light.
Pluto in Capricorn the changes that make you better equipped.
The moon begins the week in Leo, the cat that favors sunshine- channel your inner feline to decipher that which is divine. The Cheshire grin is above you as this moon waxes crescent.
By 11 o’clock Eastern Time on Tuesday she will grow in Virgo, the sign of work. That cat knew that the sun supplies it, the Virgin knows best just how to apply it. She tends to routine but doesn’t let it obscure the richness that comes from two worlds in a stir. The Virgo Moon will wax through Wednesday and Thursday.
Friday and Saturday host a Libra Moon as she reaches the second quarter. On these final Gemini days a Libra mood breezes through trees that sway, filtering the sun into dazzling fairies, whatever you do at this time keep it airy.
A Scorpio moon heralds the first day of Summer, which occurs very late on Fathers Day Sunday, 11:30 pm Eastern Time. After we celebrate the Dads, and look back on the springtime we had, maybe before to sleep we drift, we can feel a certain Seasonal shift. With Scorpio sensors tuning in, Springtime ends and Summer begins. The Sun is now at its utmost height! Cheers to the timeless world of light!
The Mohawk Native Americans would call this week’s Full Cancer Moon, the Full Cold Moon, falling in the cold month of December. A New Year will find us before the weekend, allowing for the phrase Hindsight is 2020 to not only be a viral meme, but also a re-wakened dream. If myth’s are indeed, as Joseph Campbell said, public dreams (as opposed to dreams being private myths) there is indeed a pertinent myth to reflect as the new twenties gain their stride. That is the myth of Prometheus and Epimetheus. Foresight and Hindsight.
It was both Prometheus and his brother Epimetheus who sculpted all living creatures with clay. Epimetheus sculpted the various animals and beasts, with their horns, scales, wings, feathers, teeth and fur. But it was Prometheus that sculpted the humans last. He had no special gift to give them, as Epimetheus had already given these specialties to the animals, so Prometheus decided to make human beings walk upright like the Gods, and he gave them fire.
Epimetheus, in hindsight, can see the deep seated desire of the tiger, with his sharp teeth and powerful reflexes. In hindsight he can see the spacial craving of the bird, with it’s delicate and aeordynamic wing. He can see the swamp king’s alpha dream in the crocodiles scales teeth and giant jaw. But what of the human?
Prometheus made the human, not in hindsight, but in foresight. The human, with no horn, wing, or giant jaw, no beak or fur or retratctable claw, no antlers, scales or stinging tails, nothing special here to see, except that speical quality, of vision and fire, from eyes heart and mind, we can be in two different places at the same time.
The past and the future, who’s dividing line is so slight, it makes each tiny moment it’s own fire to ignite.
As Albert Camus said, “With rebellion, awareness is born.”
Tuesday night we will see the Cold Moon, December’s Full Moon, in Cancer during this Capricorn Season. A Cancer Full Moon is the Moon at it’s Moonest. Whatever the Moon does for you, it does it more on the Cold Moon, the Full Cancer Moon, in this start of the Winter Season.
To have foresight is also to have hindsight. To grasp a future is to understand it’s roots. In the Cold Moonlight of the Ocean of Memory, that forms an endless chain back to the place of myths themselves, can you feel your reality in it’s full mythic sense? Your own private myth of dreams, and your resonance to certain public dreams of myth? What would an Epimethean set of glasses tell you about yourself. And when Prometheus hands you that burning fennel stalk, in which way would you point it? What would you hope to illuminate?
As the Cold Moon begins to wane, it will still be bright and beautiful, weather permitting for New Years Eve, in the sign of Leo, the quintessential party animal. Though parties will be at a minimum this year, the Leo Moon lights any stage with a healthy dose of drama. A realistic re-rendering of any setting, living room, hallway, sidewalk, kitchen, as the stage that dramatically swaps out an old year for a new one.
The newfound Aquarian energy in the sky, with the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, is a giant twinkly wink from Prometheus and his gift of foresight.
Foresight can make way for important paradigm shifts, like the one that happened in the 16th century, when the Ptolemic Earth-centered model of the universe was replace by the Copernican Sun-centered one.
There is a very interesting article written by astrophysicist Peter D Usher that sees Shakespeare’s Hamlet as a dramatization of this paradigm shift. Hamlet symbolizes the awakening to a new infinite and Sun-centered universe. He is ultimately responsible for the death of the old king, Claudius, who shares Ptolemy’s first name.
The sky during this time in history shared a key characteristic as it does now, as Jupiter and Saturn go into what’s known as a “grand mutation”, shifting from 200 years of Earth conjunctions to a new 200 years of Air conjunctions. These Jupiter Saturn conjunctions are known as trigons. The full trigon cycle is 800 years, as it passes through each of the four elements.
In Shakespeare’s time the shift was from Water to Fire, and the fire of the Sun indeed became the new center.
Now it is from Earth to Air, as the Aquarian Age truly begins.
Hindight may be 2020, but that’s old news. Another year over and a new one just begun. Will we see another paradigm shift in 2021?
What a week we have in store, with a Solar Eclipse and so much more. The New Moon Sagittarius Solar Eclipse kicks of the beginning of the week with a burst of spirited horsepower. For the people in Chile it will really be a treat- as the Full light of the Sun will it’s opposite meet, in the darkness of daylight the insects will pause their applause, the temperature drops along with thousands of jaws. Parts of Argentina will see this as well, but alas, not here in the NorthEast of the U.S. Yet even though en masse, our heads won’t be up, this event invites us to still get revved up, and feel united in a moment when time seems to disengage- Silent and in sight of, a brilliant New Age.
As Existentialist writer and philosopher, Rollo May said, “Human freedom involves our capacity to pause, to choose the one response toward which we wish to throw our weight.”
Saturn, the old SeaGoat of Time and Order, is at last committing to it’s forward journey into Aquarius on Thursday, the 17th. Back in late March, Saturn tested these strange Aquarian waters, but retrograded back into Capricorn by the beginning of July. This time, he advances with out looking back, and to make matters ever the more exciting, he will be joined by our Seasonal spirited horse, Jupiter, who will as well move into Aquarius on Saturday, the 19th. Saturn will continue in Aquarius until 2023, and Jupiter, until the end of next year. By the year 2023, big and powerful Pluto will step into this future as well, and be in the sign of Man until the year 2043.
It could be said, quite naturally, that the Aquarian Age is officially here. Aquarius, the sign of Freedom, Future, Evolution and Awareness. The Age of Aquarius is the age in which we become dynamically aware of our own Evolution.
Freedom, and the capacity to pause to choose a worthy response. A great cause for a pause.
As Mark Twain said, “the right word may be effective; but no word was ever as effective as a rightly timed pause.”
A worthy response reflects your true values. Little bells that ring like wind chimes inside and integrate a strong resonance of self. To become aware of our evolution is to become aware of the truly important values, for one and for all. A global wind chime with a resonance so strong, it is sensed in the present as a place we belong.
The future lives strong in the open space of a pause.
Speaking of open spaces, we are in the last week of Sagittarius, the sign of the horse, who’s affinity for open spaces is surpassed by none. The heart of the Sun and the mind of Mercury are already galavanting in the open green, and they will be joined on Tuesday by the gorgeous goddess of love. She charges forth with spirit, inspired by the previous day’s New Moon Eclipse.
The Goddess of Love knows all about the pause, as others might call it a rest. It is her sacred space, her negatively charged grace, like a waterfall under a Full Moon, or the aftermath of a rainy afternoon- she will applause the pause as one of nature’s best laws.
Mars deep in Aries, standing tall like Michelangelo’s The David, demonstrating courage in a most powerful and mature way as he comes into square with Pluto in Capricorn. His power coming from a sense of readiness. A mature and powerful readiness, to choose the right response to which he throws his weight.
Uranus in Taurus- Conscious evolution strengthening the all in tandem with strengthening the self- as Teilhard de Chardin wrote, “No evolutionary future awaits man except in association with all other men.”
Neptune in Pisces- Imagine all the people living for today
After the phenomenon of Mondays New Moon Eclipse, she will grow with sturdiness, as into Capricorn she slips. Tuesday and Wednesday will be excellent times, to reel in your energies and hear those wind chimes.
Expect strong breezes on Thursday, as she grows in Aquarius, the same day that Saturn takes that bold first step into the reality of the Water Bearer. We bearers of water, holding shape-shifts of responses, with awareness is birthed many new rennaisances! Celebrate the coming of a new age today, in the Season of the Horse, indulge in some full-hearted faith in the future.
The weekend welcomes a growing Pisces Moon and the atmosphere takes on a dreamy dimension, just in time for Jupiter’s entrance into Aquarius, where optimism meets the reality of future. Mercury will also be conjunct the Sun, integrating the life of the mind with the centrality of the heart. Limitless mind and centering heart, both which operate on through the powers of connection. To value these powers is to know our direction.
In the wake of this week’s New Moon Solar Eclipse,