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Aries Full Moon

The full moon in September is in fiery, warlike Aries. Some would say the theme of the month is anger. It would be more accurate to say that it is “passion.”Passion and anger are relatively the same energy, it is the emotion and attitude that makes the difference.Like during a Mercury Retrograde, the advice is: Run and hide. That is the old way of thinking. For true light warriors, (fire warriors?) it is time to go to work. To start, let's go back in time. Before there was anger, there was …........passion, desire, enthusiasm, intense pleasure.As a child, maybe you were a wild one! You wanted to run everywhere, dance at dawn, jump on the bed, climb every tree and...

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Jupiter Goes Direct- Time to Get Moving!

Our summer of retrograde planets is still very much in effect, however, the first of those planets has finally gone direct. Jupiter, the planet of motivation and leadership is going direct on July 10th. We tend to think of retrograde planets as being negative, but this one gives us time to pause and think.  Jupiter is the planet that represents our values and spiritual beliefs. This time has given us a chance to evaluate, and if needed, reset our moral compass. So, what does Jupiter direct mean?  Nap time is over! If you felt lacking in motivation, you will start to feel that slowly return.  Hopefully, if you have kept on track with your spiritual clearing, you will be ready...

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Asking Better Questions

I  have learned from reading the tarot and oracle cards that the reading is only as good as the questions you ask. Asking "When will I get money? When will I meet my soulmate? or When will I get my dream job?" will get you answers, but if you want to really get to what you want, learn to ask better questions. Instead of , "When will I get money?" ask, "What do I need to do/change to improve my cash flow?" Instead of "When will I meet my soulmate?" ask "What old relationship baggage do I need to release to attract the love I have been seeking?" Instead of "When will I get my dream job?" ask, "What do...

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