Posts tagged pisces
Full Supermoon in Libra on the Spring Equinox: Bringing Balance into Bloom

This full moon so much more than a full moon- it is a journey. This full moon is a path in the middle of the woods that you walk as the rain comes down to clear the frost. This full moon is an insight into your life as it is, and your life as you want it to be. So buckle up and breathe.

So much has happened in the month of March, already, thus far, and this full supermoon in Libra coinciding with the Vernal Equinox (or Autumnal Equinox, if you’re in the southern hemisphere) on 20 March is only bringing everything to a new, sublime height. (Keep Reading…)

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Planetary Shifts: Slow Down, Speak Up, Listen Inwards, and Get Comfy

The planet of travel, adventure, and our inner "crazy", Uranus, only moves signs every 7-9 years, and it is moving into the sign of Taurus next week! This is HUGE in terms of our inter AND interpersonal relations for the next 3/4's of a decade.

This shift is happening only 2 weeks after Chiron- the asteroid that rules our inner "wounded healer"- has moved signs, and within days of numerological portal day 3-3-3, the new moon in Pisces, and Mercury's first retrograde cycle of 2019 (which is also in the sign of Pisces)! All of these shifts are happening at the same time for a reason: It is time to hunker down, sink into our intuitions, our voices, and our truths, and cement them into the earth to become manifest. 

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Full Moon in Pisces August 2018:Weeping for Your Inner Child

This full moon is really, truly, about weeping for yourself. It is about holding yourself in a warm embrace (perhaps with loads of tissues) as you feel all of the emotions surrounding the Big Work that you have been doing through the spring and summer of this year, and perhaps long before that. It is about the big sob. The understanding that it’s okay to cry, and it’s okay to cry for yourself and what you have been through as a human being in this lifetime (and, possibly, in other lifetimes!). It is okay, and it will be okay.

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6 September 2017 Full Moon (Plus, Mercury goes direct and Neptune Retrograde)

The moon rose high in the sky in a burnt orange hue, last evening. Fall appears to be nearing. The mystery of the moon seems to grow somehow more mysterious at this time of the year. A glow came over my heart at the thought of brisk night walks through the woods, cool earth beneath my feet through the day, and a special permission from nature to turn within a little longer, and a little more often.

This month, the Harvest Moon appears full in the sign of Pisces, giving us the perfect floating current from summer into fall (fire into water), and the grace to sink into the emotions from whatever the fiery new moon and solar eclipse in Leo brought up for us. This full moon is the time to immerse ourselves in reflection and direction. It is time to flow.

The moon rose high in the sky in a burnt orange hue, last evening. Fall appears to be nearing. The mystery of the moon seems to grow somehow more mysterious at this time of the year. A glow came over my heart at the thought of brisk night walks through the woods, cool earth beneath my feet through the day, and a special permission from nature to turn within a little longer, and a little more often.

This month, the Harvest Moon appears full in the sign of Pisces, giving us the perfect floating current from summer into fall (fire into water), and the grace to sink into the emotions from whatever the fiery new moon and solar eclipse in Leo brought up for us. This full moon is the time to immerse ourselves in reflection and direction. It is time to flow…

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My Total Solar Eclipse Experience, Part III

The sun was shining in through the tent when my alarm went off at 7am. Chris and I wanted to leave early because a) we weren't sure what the traffic was going to be like, b) Mercury Retrograde means extra time should be factored in, and c) we weren't entirely sure where we were going. Before we left, I went to thank the honeysuckle plant, and I saw that it had dropped many of its flowers through the night. I heard a voice say, "Thank you for seeing me. These are for you." And I collected the flowers with joy and thanks and put them in the jar in my car with the two flowers I had collected in GR, and the wood betony that a client had given me.

It was about 20 minutes into the trip that we stopped at a gas station "" to use the bathroom, pick up some extra water, and use their wifi to figure out where else on the eclipse line was closer and not going to be packed with 150,000 people like Hopkinsville was projected to accommodate (somehow). So while Chris filled up I found "Madisonville", which was almost an hour closer and it didn't seem that anyone was talking about. It looked good to both of us, so we were on our way through a gorgeous highway over hills and around bends through cornfields and towns…..

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Sirius: Experiencing our Spiritual Sun through the Lion's Gate Portal, the Elements, and Twin Connections

The Lion's Gate Portal opened sometime between 21-26 July 2017. Its pique is on 8/8, and it closes right around the time that the sun moves into Virgo- the day after the Total Solar Eclipse, on 22 August. It is at this point in time that the Sirius star system- made of Sirius A and B (twin stars?)- is closest to the earth and positioned near the sun in a way that its rays are directly hitting our planet! This happens yearly in the month of August.

The Sirian star system is greatly looked upon as our "Spiritual Sun", with earth's sun being our "Physical Sun". Thus, when its rays hit us directly here on earth, it is a gateway for spiritual enlightenment. Sirius is a star system that is speculated to have planetary systems that are mostly water. Because of the combination of water from the planets and fire from the Sirius suns, it is said that Sirius is highly associated with thunderstorms around our planet…

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