Every once in a while, I run into someone who tells me they are curious about astrology, but hesitant to get a reading. They often mention they are afraid of what I might find when l look at their chart. Yet the real value of astrology, contrary to what much of the popular newspaper horoscopes … Continue reading Why astrology??
Injuries are (embodiment) teachers.
Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse 2021 - Pluralism and curiosity The Sagittarius Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse occurred earlier this week, lighting up old stories, beliefs, and dogmas. Join me for a short briefing on some of the themes and highlights of the season. https://vimeo.com/556261948
Scorpio Super-Moon - what will break free from our depths? Monday's Super Full Moon in the sign of Scorpio brings old and new tensions to a head. Scorpio, ruled by the animating force of Mars, is the symbol of the edge-walker and the sense of intimacy with life that comes only through awareness of death. … Continue reading Scorpio Super-Moon – what will break free from our depths?
As the sign of the scientist, the outcast and the revolutionary, Aquarius supports us to find our inner truth, and resist the pressure to conform. The conscious expression of Aquarius is in thinking for one's self, recognizing the patterns of life around and within.
Our bodies are nature, we are part of nature, we are integral with nature. And when we honor that, then we're healthier, happier, more abundant.
In the belly of the mother Groundhog Day is right around the corner. In ancient times this holiday was known as Imbolc, meaning ‘in the belly of the mother’. The seeds of life are germinating in her dark belly, waiting for the light of spring. In the embrace of the mountain The astrologically precise date … Continue reading In the belly of the mother
The tension of the Cancer/Capricorn Eclipse season is between an old, control-based system of working, governing, and living (the dark side of Capricorn) and a new (and ancient) way of honoring our subtle senses, our intuition, our deep connection with the life force in every creation, and our innate natural wisdom.
The Moon, Jupiter and Venus were strung across the southeast horizon as I began this post, just before sunrise. The Moon was, then, a tiny silver sliver, an “Old Moon”, ending the Sagittarius cycle begun in early December. Tonight, January 5th, 2019, the New Moon in Capricorn begins a new lunar month; as the first … Continue reading Time to begin!
As I sit down to write this post, the Sun has just reached 15 degrees of Leo, the point associated with the ancient celebration of Lammas, or "loaf-mass". Although in today's world we look to the Gregorian calendar on the wall to find these holidays, they are actually determined by the position of the Sun. … Continue reading The beginning of the harvest – and the end of eclipse season