Astrology & Numerology
Everybody relaxes differently. This article helps you identify the best ways to de-stress according to your sun sign.
Do you know what this Fire Rooster year has in store for your particular Chinese Zodiac sign? Here’s the scoop!
If you find yourself experiencing difficulty with getting projects started, communication with others, and your electronics seem to be going haywire lately, it could be because Mercury is retrograde at this time. The planet Mercury went retrograde yesterday (April 9) and we will feel the effects until May 3. Many of us, myself included, have blamed Mercury for many of our mishaps when it is retrograde. Hare are some suggested Do’s and Don’ts that can help you survive Mercury retrograde during this potential challenging time.
If you stay aware and awake, the April 11 Libra full moon should prove really lucky, perhaps even a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Your astrological profile is MUCH more than your sun sign. Learn about your 12 houses now. Read this…
Mercury Retrograde doesn’t have to be difficult or unlucky. Read this and make the most of the next Mercury Retrograde.
Are you familiar with the Vedic Akshaya Tritiya? It’s an extremely auspicious day — the best of the year — and it happens at the end of this month.
The abundant fertile, life-giving energy present at the Spring Equinox has been celebrated through various festivals and religious rites throughout history. Evidence of these celebrations can be found all over the world— spanning across time, cultures, and continents. The most notable and commonly referenced of these fertility festivals is Ostara, or Eostre, a celebration of the German goddess of the dawn and springtime rebirth who was said to have created all of nature. This pagan festival, from which the name “Easter” was derived, celebrates various symbols of fertility, including eggs, bunnies, seeds and flowers.
If you’re almost 30 & your life feels like it’s hitting the skids, there is a perfectly rational & astrologically sound. I know many of you are turning your heads to the side & wiggling your eyebrows in a confused manner, so let me make it simple for you. Your first Saturn return is when the planet Saturn — which takes approximately 29 years to rotate around the Sun — comes back to the position it was in at your birth.