May 25, 2017 3:44pm
A SERIES OF ROOMS IN A HOSPITABLE HOUSE, OPENING ONE INTO ANOTHER, ARE DECORATED GAILY WITH HOLLY AND MISTLETOE ~4th Degree of Gemini
Our Moon becomes new while dancing with the Sun closely in a conjunction. This provides an ideal social situation where we can be in sync with our consciousness and our subconsciousness. That makes it easier to stay in step with the dance. There will be a feeling of comfort and fellowship if you allow it. Enjoy some neighborly fun! All of our circumstances leading to now are what formed this current experience. What do you think is good to clear out of your life to make sure there is plenty of room for more enjoyment? Think about it. Dreamers with a balance between what is real and what is fantasy are best. In the background many will feel the standoff between Venus and Pluto. Stand still if you don’t know what to do. Not everybody gets the steps to a dance at first anyway. Be sure you are seeing things clearly and proceed as justified. Allow sensibility. John Kendrick wrote, “Whose heart doth hold the Christmas glow Hath little need of Mistletoe; Who bears a smiling grace of mien Need waste no time on wreaths of green; Whose lips have words of comfort spread Needs not the holly-berries red— His very presence scatters wide The spirit of the Christmastide.”
Which leads us to….
June 9, 2017 9:02am
TINY CHILDREN PLAYING IN SUNBONNETS ~~18th Degree of Sagittarius
It is not our job to make things happen. We are just here to figure out what we want. How do you protect yourself? Find people to communicate with that speak a similar language to your expression, even when you are in a strange new place.. You can avoid feeling burned by taking the right precautions. The tone of the Full Moon will be a feeling of joy, freedom and blessings. When a challenge comes to the way you are thinking, stop moving and consider the source, the care and the time put into it. Rethink and do whatever brings you into the present moment. Gail Sheehy once said, “With each passage of human growth we must shed a protective structure (like a hardy crustacean). We are left exposed and vulnerable–but also yeasty and embryonic again, capable of stretching in ways we hadn’t known before.”