Being psychic is wonderful but a tough gig. For instance there is always the person who thinks it’s hilarious to get psychic mixed up with psycho.
Ho ho, like I’ve never heard that one before. Or whenever something happens in your life that isn’t entirely pleasant the ol “ well, she should have seen that one coming! " Ba da boom. Then there’s the “I don’t believe in all of that”. I always respond …”all of what?” Just because you don’t believe in something, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.
Even though I come from a long line of people with this ability, it took me a long time to fully embrace it. To put myself out there publicly and state that this is me, this is who I am. And this is a process that must be repeated through every evolution of ourselves, through every stage of our lives. To come to terms with who we are, what sets us apart, our kinks, our feck ups, our idiosyncrasies. To be able to look at yourself in the mirror and be unapologetically you.
The New Moon in Aquarius practically implores you to drop the mask you don for society’s sake. Sure the mask may be gorgeous or funny or super professional but nevertheless, it is a mask. Allow the sun to shine upon your true face, even if that seems a scary thought. Even though some may scoff, mock or be cruel, ultimately, there is freedom in being comfortable in your own skin. In fact, it is the ultimate freedom. What you don’t own eventually ends up owning you.
Venus gets real with Saturn about how we relate and if we are confusing simply conforming with being truly valued. Have you been looking for love in all the wrong places? Mercury nudges Pluto, encouraging us to plumb the depths of where in our lives we may be hiding behind a beautifully crafted veneer in order to fit in and to ask…do I really want to fit in? Mars switches gears later in the day with its move into home sign Aries, wiping the floor with any dilly dallying about where your purpose actually lies.
New Moons are a call to action for fresh starts, a change in perspective and new beginnings. Do you dare? Do what you wanna do, be what you wanna be…hell’s yeah.
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Full Moon in Cancer 23 degrees
We sure are living in unusual times. One of the most important in the history of our planet. Sometimes I sit back and don’t recognise the world around me. Can you feel the undercurrents of change bubbling away just beneath the surface, searching for a way to break out into the light of day?
Its like time has sped up and we are all hanging on for the ride.
This Full Moon in Cancer brings our attention to our home, not just personally but collectively. Cancer is supremely feminine, the Mother of the zodiac and Mother Earth sustains life, supports and nourishes us. She freely shares her resources to protect her family, her children. When we look at things this way, we are all related. This nurturance is as old as time itself.
The Sun in Capricorn is deeply connected to generational wisdom. It upholds the standards and ethics of our forefathers. It knows in its soul that those who are unaware of history are condemned to repeat it so it does its homework to avoid the pitfalls of the past. In its lower form it wilfully abandons the above for power, career and reputation. For consumerism and the endless proving of status.
Jupiter in Libra is the law of balance and harmony. It is concerned with society and equality. Above all it needs things to be fair. Uranus in Aries is super inspirational and can spearhead world wide reforms. It isn’t afraid to stand up for what it believes in. It won’t back down.
All of the above planets join the Full Moon to create a catalyst of change for ourselves in our most private of worlds and for the world at large. Our hearts and our planet are crying out for respect, protection and equilibrium. The Grand Cross configuration that is illuminating the sky says if any one of these components is done too much, without consideration for the other, the whole thing tips. We must meet in the middle and unite.
The Native Americans have the 7th generation principle, that was codified into the Iroquois Great Law of Peace, which is the model for all democratic systems in the world. It states that every decision we make must take into consideration how it will affect 7 generations, or 125 years, into the future, whether that be for personal, corporate or governmental reasons.
Today, when the Moon is at her most splendid, give thanks to and pledge that you will honour your home, starting first from your heart space, then to your dwelling and out into this utterly magnificent planet.
Ea Nigata Qusdi Idadadvhn -
We are all related to, and respect, everything in life. ( Cherokee)
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I'm a 4th generation Psychic, Astrologer and Tarot reader with over 20 years professional experience. This is my quirky, down-to-earth and honest portrayal of the day to day life of a reader, various channeled messages and astro lore. Enjoy! Ask questions, have fun, explore. Thanks for visiting!