Posts Tagged ‘Sagittarius’
At that time of my life I could put this down to my musician father’s wanderlust. He was a Sagittarius, and we not only often moved towns and countries, but frequently continents too. Such an unsettling way of life is usually not ideal for a Cancer like myself, but I seem to have inherited my father’s restless genes.
Today, my husband and I are in a tranquil setting since our international relocation over two years ago from a more volatile environment. Still, the restlessness persists. My menagerie of pets – five dogs and three cats – at least keep me relatively at peace.
I do know that actions provoked by restlessness can involve inevitable stresses, as was the case with our most recent big move. Unlike the days when I was still doing things solo, or when I was still living with my parents, this time I had the many pets to consider. Their well-being moving from one continent to another was one of the biggest stresses I have ever experienced. Read the rest of this entry »
The most recent Solstice took place on June 20th, marked with a rare Full Moon in Sagittarius. This signifies the perfect time for us to become ‘archers’ and use focus, courage, and persistence in manifesting our biggest dreams and visions for the second half of 2016.
Since March this year, we have all been struck with spells of confusion, exhaustion and scattered energy. You can thank the intense solar flares, two eclipses, and the ongoing retrograde activity in Mercury, Mars, and now Neptune, for some of your most frustrating moments. This planetary non-movement has been forcing us to slow down, prioritize and reassess our lives, to rid it of anything that isn’t helping us grow. Look at it as a blessing in disguise!
Once Mars goes direct today, on June 30th, it will release a fire of emotions and aggressive energy which are going to increase as we move closer to November. With two Full Moons in Sagittarius, back to back, we are being given the opportunity to change our world by removing the old, outdated ways of existing and replacing it with fresh, forward thinking. Read the rest of this entry »
Furthermore, confidence is key to whatever you may intend for your day. When we have that confidence, we are more likely to be able to attract those intentions to us more easily. We are able to feel what we want, become deliberate creators and allow what we desire to come into our lives.
When I remember to start with intention and a prayer of asking how can I serve today, my day goes way better and I can stay in a place of feeling centered and calm. I am then able to receive the blessings and abundance that comes with the day. Read the rest of this entry »
The Sun moved into the sign of Sagittarius, the Archer, on November 22nd and will remain there until December 21st. Sagittarius is a mutable (dual-natured) and masculine energy sign ruled by the element of Fire. If we look at its symbols, we can begin to better understand those born this time of year.
The constellation Sagittarius is a centaur – half man, half horse. Sagittarians are often said to have a logical, philosophical side, along with a more earthy, fun-loving streak, which represents mankind’s struggle between his heavenly and animalistic natures. Its glyph (astrological symbol) is an arrow pointing upward, which is appropriate for a sign whose nature is to constantly learn and question everything!
If you’ve ever known a Sagittarian, you’ll have known someone who is adventurous and seeks to explore every part of their life. Unlike some of the other Sun signs, these people may want knowledge for its own sake, or to satisfy personal curiosity. Read the rest of this entry »
Sagittarius tends to be free in spirit, an honest and smart friend, and a philosopher. They like the company of friends and lots of snacks. Sagittarius sees life as an ongoing adventure and experimentation. They tend to be restless and easily excited. Wit comes easy for them. Sagittarius wants independence and a restriction-free life. They extend this generosity to others.
Sagittarius tends to multi-task when it comes to interests. They often have far reaching goals. At their best, Sagittarius is open, casual, and optimistic. Sagittarius easily connects to people and are said to be lucky. Sagittarius has a fearless attitude. Trouble comes as it does for all of us, however Sagittarius is good at bouncing back from tribulation. Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes human behavior and events on Earth feel utterly unfathomable. But, everything can be deciphered. Just a few weeks ago, something seemingly unfathomable came to pass once more. Andreas Lubitz stepped onboard German Wings flight 9525 with a very clear intention – to destroy himself and everyone else on that plane. He succeeded.
Who was Lubitz? What on earth was going on within him? Was it possible to calculate the risk that he represented? Could this event have been predicted? Was it even possible to determine when he would take action? I believe Astrology offers answers. Read the rest of this entry »
Born between January 21st and February 19th, Aquarians are intelligent, understanding, fair, charitable, democratic, progressive, and rational. They can also be suspicious, forgetful, easily hurt, long-winded, inconsistent , rebellious, impulsive, and isolated.
Aquarians are natural born visionaries and philanthropists. They believe in the equality of all people. They have the ability to set aside bias and connect with others. They love to be unique and think for themselves. They are lively and inventive in their thinking. Aquarians look forward to the future and all its technologies. They are unafraid. Aquarians can be easy to get along with and charismatic. They collect a wide variety of friends or acquaintances. They enjoy, and delight in the differences between them. Aquarians are well-liked. Others are drawn to their open-minded intelligence. Read the rest of this entry »
In Kundalini Yoga, an ancient spiritual healing science, the fingers have deep spiritual meaning that coordinates with Astrology, emotions, body, mind and soul. We use the fingers to create mudras which trigger certain parts of the brain. Mudra is Sanskrit for “mark”, “seal”, or “gesture”. They are 10,000 year old hand gestures that help to heal and empower us.
Mudras can be found everywhere in daily life. Hand gestures are a part of every culture. Just like the spoken and written word, they can be used for positive or negative. Sign language, for example, is a form of mudras. The military uses hand gestures as a symbol of respect. Read the rest of this entry »