Working towards the Dream

The Moon just entered the earth sign of Capricorn and the Sun is moving in the last degrees of Virgo, an earth sign also.

We are working towards something. We have a vision. Each actions are deliberately calculated. It can feel a bit heavy but we know that each step is contributing to the outcome. The process is important. So we apply careful attention without becoming overly critical. Each movement is a contribution to our ambitious goal.

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Art by Sean Mahan

There is a serious quality to the day as we prepare for the upcoming equinox, the change of season. We can feel a shift is coming but for today we put our head down and focus on the task at hand in order to slowly bring the dream into form.

The Feedback Loop

Mercury in Libra – Venus in Leo – Sun in Virgo

Our attention turns toward authentic communications. Wanting to be heard and seen for who we really are. In order to do so, we leave our pride at the door when we enter partnerships. Fair exchanges means coming from a genuine desire to connect with the other. Without arrogance and without guilt we show our true colours. Keeping our ideas flexible while staying connected to our truth.

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2015 Burning man sculpture by Alexandr Milov

DARK MOON IN CANCER

Get back to the roots of your motivation. What is it that you want? Go to the basement (Moon opposing Pluto) and clear the space, organize (Sun in Virgo) your thoughts. Get clear about your feelings. Sort it out.
If your basement is flooded, start the process of cleaning it up. Find practical solutions. But most importantly rest, regenerate and don’t over-schedule.
We are a few days before a Solar Eclipse/New Moon at 20º Virgo on September 12/13. Which will be a great reset button for intentions around healing, health and new fitness regime.

Until then purify, detoxify, nurture your body and lay low.

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SUN IN VIRGO-MOON IN PISCES CONJUNCT CHIRON

SUN IN VIRGO-MOON IN PISCES CONJUNCT CHIRON

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What are the stories of pain written in your body and in your mind?
How silent are they?
How loud are they?
Do you cherish them by telling their stories?
Are you walking at the altar of your pain
worshiping it like a god?
How much space does it occupy and how does it serve you?

Honor the pain and then let it go
It is not for you to keep.
It is a teacher and a mentor
But it’s not yours.

If today you decided to leave some of it behind
How would that look like?