Airy new moon plus partial solar eclipse in visionary #Aquarius. Great time to take stock: What is most important to you? Where are you off course?
Time to let go of things that no longer serve you, so you can embrace your future.
New moon in earthy Capricorn with Venus & the Sun.
All this earth would normally be stabilizing – but change agent Uranus is stirring everything up!
Take time to consciously
ground your body,
calm your emotions
and clear your mind.
New moon in Scorpio now with Venus & Jupiter.
What will you create next?
Dive deep into your Soul’s desires,
Desires that are linked to your personal power.
Discover the true North that guides you.
New Moon in earthy Virgo, sacred keeper of earth cycles, patterns & rhythms.
The energy of this new moon is amplified by a partial solar eclipse.
Perfect time to clear, organize & bring order to your life.
Want to Go Deep into Virgo Mysteries?
Meditate or journey to the Virgin Priestess
Ask her for guidance, insight, healing.
How can you make space for more Soul in your life?
It is summer solstice. Every year in June, the Sun returns to its northernmost point in our sky. This solstice time signals the peak of summer sunlight falling on the northern hemisphere (and the peak of winter darkness in the southern hemisphere).
Traditionally summer solstice is a time of celebration, a time to rejoice and offer gratitude to the Sun for continuing to bless our Earth with life giving sunlight. This particular solstice is extra special because the Moon is full at the same time. This combination of solstice Sun and full Moon hasn’t happened in 40 years.
Our moon is full and bright in the fiery sign of Sagittarius, the truth seeker. Meanwhile, our Sun is dancing out of Gemini and into the watery sign of Cancer, the nurturer. Both Sun and Moon are in their most expansive state, creating a potent interweaving of the sacred feminine and masculine energies.
“Beltane is so much about the urge to connect, to blend and merge;
to feel a part of something extraordinary; to at once lose one’s sense of self in that merging
but also to paradoxically feel more absolutely and truly oneself because of it.
In the desire to penetrate life’s mysteries, we need also to open ourselves to them,
surrendering to the power of love that it may have the opportunity to transform us. Great things are born in us at such moments of union;
this place of merging is where the tap root of our creativity feeds,
without it we feel dry and disconnected.
If that magical, alchemical moment of connection and merging were a colour,
I suspect it might be perceived as many beautiful, vibrant shades but its foundation,
I feel sure, would be the green of spring: ecstatically joyful –
the irrepressible life and desire that leads us to love.”