”In the commentary on Kanhupada’s Dohakosha, it is said that the moon is born of the semen virile and the sun of the ovum. The common names for ida and pingala in Hindu and Buddhist tantras are Sun and Moon. The essence of the Moon is blood. The Sammohana-tantra says that the nadi on the left is the moon because of it’s gentle nature; the nadi on the right is the sun because it’s nature is aggressive. The Hathayoga pradipika compares them to night and day. Ida and pingala convey the prana and the apana. The former is Rahu, the Asura who swallows the moon. Apana is the fire of time, Kalagni. By using the specified ritual principle breaths and the principle subtle channels, one can destroy time.”
It is all available to you. Aries is considered the first sign of the Zodiac. It is associated with Spring, Growth, Individuality, the Ego, the planet Mars which means that Aries is more intuitive and instinctual than intellectual.
The Ram also symbolizes the courage and boldness to follow ones creative urges.
While Jupiter will be moving forward in the fire sign of Leo, the Sun will also be at 19 degrees of Aries, in the exact degree of its exaltation. There are 360 degrees in the Zodiac and each degree holds a unique meaning or message to add layer to our interpretation.
An exaltation means that the planet is comfortable and finds easy expression. The Sun (ruler of Leo) represents vitality, spirit and individuality and therefore when traveling through Aries will be most comfortable finding motivation, courage and determination.
So if you have been holding off to get started on a creative idea you might get the celestial kick needed. There are potent firery energies available.
Here is the Sabian Symbol interpretation of the 19º of Aries from Dane Rhudyar:
”THE “MAGIC CARPET” OF ORIENTAL IMAGERY”
KEYNOTE: The use of creative imagination.
”A way of life refusing a hectic involvement in social competition and waste-producing overproduction allows for the development of unattached and transcendent understanding. The static floor (carpet) on which man’s feet (symbols of understanding) rest can become transformed into the means for great flights of imagination and super-physical perception. The period of rest from outwardly directed activity bound to collective normality presents the creative mind with the possibility of surveying in dreams the totality of the present-day social situation, thus “to see whole.”