Astrology & Numerology
Venus goes direct on September 6, 2015, after being retrograde since July 25. While Venus was retrograde we re-examined relationships and the validity of our value system. Now as Venus moves forward, and with greater perspective, we begin to integrate and live the truth of what really matters in love and life.
The week begins with the Sun located in a very practical location, but the clarity or at least precision that the Sun’s passage thru Virgo often brings, is going to be dissipated somewhat by the opposition of Neptune, which goes on until Thursday
As the super moon waxes to full this weekend (“Super” meaning the moon is closer to the earth than usual) you may find yourself overwhelmed by feelings. You may find yourself unable to express or explain what you are feeling or what it might mean. Big changes have been stirred up as we move towards the next full moon, the final total lunar eclipse in a rare series, and more is being revealed.
If you’re looking to achieve off-the-charts chemistry (aren’t we all?) with a lover, it certainly can’t hurt to consult the astrological charts. Discover your BEST bedroom chemistry with our handy sexual astrology primer.
The week begins with the Sun finding his feet in the sign of Virgo
The week begins with a big Virgo influence in the form of the Moon passing over Mercury and the pair forging a penetrative connection with Pluto, in the sign of Capricorn
Bekah returns AGAIN with another FABULOUS opportunity to explore utilizing the upcoming Leo New Moon! Read the article and share at least ONE precious thing you would be willing to “sacrifice” at this time.
So many people enjoy Brit Astrologer Patrick Arundell’s take on what the stars have in store for them. Read your horoscope here and find out more…do you like what you see or do you need to prepare yourself?
This week sees Saturn very much to the fore. First off, it is now travelling in a forward direction, after a 5 1/2 month backward track
Venus will conjunct Jupiter on August 3-5, 2015, at 4 degrees in the sign of Leo. The conjunction of these two teacher planets is called dwi-guru yoga. (Jupiter is the teacher of the gods, and Venus is the teacher of the demons.) This combination may present us with an opportunity to learn and gain understandings from two different perspectives or levels of awareness.
Most people relate Aquarius to freedom, but what does that really mean? Freedom is a funny and fickle thing. Like most concepts or ideals, it is also incredibly vast in translation and probably every person you would ask to define it would say slightly different or very different, things. I know that I used to think it meant I had the ability to do whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted! Turns out, that kind of freedom, what I now call material freedom, was a lot of work… if I wanted the freedom to eat whatever I wanted, then I had to be able to buy it and also exercise later. If I wanted to go wherever I wanted, then I needed transportation and funding. With each “freedom” I desired, came a responsibility to sustain that choice. And sometimes, the work did not weigh equal to the reward.
It is typical for love relationship issues to arise during Venus retrograde, or even in the month leading up to it during the “shadow phase.” Many couples experience a period of re-evaluation and/or begin to look at things in a new light.
This week is dominated by two astrological squares. Now, a square is when two planets are at right angles to one another, and this can cause a certain amount of abrasive energy
The week begins with the Sun, Mercury and Mars all in the sign of Cancer
I am not saying we have to sit around and feel like crap all the time. I am saying that in honor of the new moon we allow the space to feel and feel big together. We set a sacred space, create a safe container, where we can allow the feelings to rise, and allow them to fall. We allow ourselves to speak or write our pain, and to witness, with a wide open heart, the pain of another, without the Cancerian tendency to “fix” it or mute it. We allow ourselves to open to the pain of the world, not just in our little bubble. And we breathe, oh yes, we breathe into it and we allow the pain to break down the walls, boundaries and confines of the inner shells. We allow pain like a tidal wave to knock us out of ego and into each other. We begin to sense the connection between every sentient being on this great blue-green ball in the sky and we hold each other. We hold our pain and we allow it to transform.