The week begins anew with a New Moon in Sagittarius. We’re starting fresh with a wide lens, our eyes are peeled on a distant horizon that motivates us to move forward in pursuit of our goals and ideals. For more on the New Moon see here. The other big news for early in the week […]
December 2, 2013: Sagittarius New Moon (exact at 4:22 pm PST) New Moons are auspicious monthly celestial events that usher in fresh cycles of creation. This Sagittarius New Moon marks an auspicious time to undertake a new project that can help us forge a greater understanding of the world around us. Expanding our horizons to […]
Here’s a link to a fun piece I did for Astrology.com, looking at how our Moon signs reflect what nourishes us, and therefore our different experiences of the Thanksgiving meal.
As the week begins, and Mercury unites with Saturn, we find that it’s not a time to cut corners when it comes to communication. Take the time to do the work to polish that sentence, finish that thought, and craft the last details of the design. Taking responsibility for our ideas also seems paramount. Mercury/Saturn […]
The Sun has shifted from in-the-depths Scorpio to to-the-heights Sagittarius. For insights on this vision-expanding time, see this new article I wrote on my Cosmic Wellness blog at Astrology.com.
I am completely enthralled by flower essences. Their healing potential is so incredible. I have written about them a lot, both in my book Planetary Apothecary but also, as you know, in numerous astrology articles posted here, offering them as wellness suggestions for New and Full Moon periods. I now wanted to share with you […]
The week begins with the Moon in curious Gemini. Bridging ideas to other ideas, ideas with people, and people with people may seem what we’re called towards. There’s something really rewarding about making these links and connections. Also early this week, we’ve got a little extra skip in our step and fuel in our tank. […]
November 17, 2013: Taurus Full Moon (exact at 7:16 am PST) During the Taurus Full Moon the question “Does this feel good?” takes high precedence, becoming a compass with which we can navigate the choices we make. We can use it to evaluate relationships and situations, reflecting upon whether they help us to feel safe, […]
How’s your vision? When I ask this I’m not necessarily inquiring about how you’d fare on the Snellen chart (that standard letter-ridden graphic that’s ubiquitous in ophthalmologists’ offices) or whether you’ve recently found yourself grabbing your readers more frequently. While our physical sight is important, my query comes more from asking about your vision not […]