An astrological analysis of the week to help you make the most of the moment.
On a winter’s day—a quote from “A Summer’s day” , by Mary Oliver I don’t know exactly what a prayer is. I do know how to pay attention, how to fall down Into the grass, how to kneel down in the grass, How to be idle and blessed, how to stroll through the fields, Which is what I’ve been doing all day long. Tell me, what else should I have done? Doesn’t everything die at last and too soon? Tell me, what is it you plan to do With your one wild and precious life? We’re almost halfway through the winter. Groundhog’s day is a traditional day to take animal auspices, notice what the animals are doing (not just groundhogs) to listen into the natural world and take advice, then make plans for the rest of the winter. And that’s a good thing to do this week as we turn… Read More
We can see all the visible planets, Mercury (Capricorn), Venus and Saturn (Sagittarius), Mars (Scorpio) and Jupiter (Virgo) are visible in this order in the morning skies these days, but they are not conjunct nor parallel. Enjoy the view and feel their camaraderie, their relationship to one another, and to us. But the real astrological action these days happens less visibly. Pluto is hiding in the depths of the sky behind Mercury. Saturn squares nonvisible Neptune still way below the horizon. And Mars, so strong in its traditional sign of Scorpio, trines that Neptune. We may feel like we’re living in an artistic retrospective exhibit, and the artist is the creator of our lives. Over the last six weeks events may have triggered us to look back and remember emotionally intense events that changed the course of our lives. So many famous people have died and remind us of the… Read More
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Heather Roan Robbins believes how we respond to the moon's powerful influence is key to how we lead our life.
The Moon circles the Earth and zodiac in approximately 28 days and changing signs every 2½ days. The Moon sets the tone of the day. When we know today’s Moon sign, we know what to expect of the public mood and how to easily handle people. When we know the Moon we were born under, we have a new understanding of ourselves, what drives us, and what makes us feel at home.
Her book, Moon Wisdom is AMAZING. It is a very rare day indeed, that I have read my moon sign in any other astrology book and agreed with Every. Single. Sentence. Congratulations on a gorgeous and wonderful piece of work! T.Chapin, MN
Beautifully illustrated and well written, both novice and advanced resource. D.B. RI.
It is a gorgeous and insightful book. K.L. MN