Archive 2

NOVEMBER 11, 2019

Dear Friends,
Mercury transits across the Sun. Only happens 13 times in a century. Mercury is in the middle of retrograde in Scorpio. All of this in Scorpio. It brings our mind down into the deepest part of our nature, to uncover what is hidden, cleaning out the unconscious. Old memories and events are remembered. All for us to compare to where we are now. It is time to release and let go. Letting go of old patterns that keep you in the same spot. Over and over meeting the same issues in your life. It is time to recognize it and move beyond. It is time for us to understand, appreciate and evolve. It is time for us to break out of those patterns.
A Full Moon at the same time in Taurus. A Full Moon is a time of release. Helping you to stay on purpose and grateful for where you are now. It is time for you to own where you are and how far you have come. Don’t stir up anything you don’t want. Get out of debt and start working for what you really do want. After all is said and done; where do you go from here? Restoration! Reclaim what you have. This Full Moon in Taurus brings your attention to what you are grateful for, what you have and what is not negotiable in your life. Appreciation for what is and the opportunity to improve on your life.


The key phrase for Taurus is, “What do I have?” Taurus is concerned with getting results. Money, personal resources, security, survival skills, and self-esteem. To have the things around us that make us comfortable and reflect who we are. This sign builds. Where this sign is in your chart will indicate your sense of values, as well as where you are apt to be wrapped up in material values. Taurus rules the throat in the physical body.

THE DECANATE:      VIRGO     This is the sign that takes care of endless details and routine jobs. This is the sign that has patience for doing the work. Humble service and patience! Your state of mind in this area of your life has a direct bearing on your health. The Virgo house in your chart is always a work in progress. The never-ending maintenance of life, spotting flaws, and correcting mistakes.

THE DWAD:               SAGITTARIUS     Travel, education, religion, philosophy, and higher aspirations. Looking to the future. Optimism and friendliness. Independence is strong.  Need for freedom and space. This sign brings restlessness and a desire for sports and adventure. Here is where we search for the meaning of life. This sign rules the hips, thighs and sciatic nerve. This sign offers experiences, which encourage you to look ahead. In the house of Sagittarius, the future beckons. You need to look ahead, broaden your horizons, and seek out experiences, which cultivate wisdom.   

The Planets that rule this Full Moon are Venus, Mercury and Jupiter. This may well be the Full Moon to remember. It is in the Taurus house in your chart. The house that Taurus is on in your chart is what you value and protect. It is your assets. The Planet Uranus has just moved into Taurus for the next 7 years. This brings a new and inventive energy into attracting what you need or want. Venus is in Sagittarius with Jupiter so this gives wisdom to where you are and what you need to know. Mercury is in Scorpio in the middle of its retrograde. Mercury goes direct on the 20th. Mercury is busy revealing some deep-seated issues. You may be finding out what is in your way. It may be you. Of course, it is you. This Full Moon in Earthy Taurus is trine to Saturn and Pluto in Earthy Capricorn. The force is with you in building what you want.
This is a symbol of the transiency which characterizes life for the average individual, and of the instability which results from the disinclination of most people to give very much of themselves to their experience. Implicit in the negative symbolism is the divine aplomb of the ego, ever able to hold to its course through superficial excitement. There is a real spiritual lightness here as an outer mark of the soul’s fundamental freedom. The keyword is EXALTATION. When positive, the degree is efficiency in controlling events at any point of transition or crisis, and when negative, a diffusion of self and waste of energy in an attempt to grasp the myriad facets of the unessential.               “Sabian Symbols” Marc Edmund Jones.       

Blessings, Brenda
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