Looking into an eclipsed sun
Long ago a solar eclipse marked a time thought of as “The King is Dead”…What has been a ruler of your life that it is no longer needed…you needs to be dethrone.. This is a good time to let go!!!
The second of three eclipses in a row forms on Thursday, May 9. Solar eclipses are extra powerful new moons; they mark the end of a 19-year cycle and the beginning of a higher octave or new direction. On May 10, 1994,
This is the second of three South Node eclipses urging us to release old patterns and beliefs. The Earth, as well as our body, stores information in the form of energy imprints. Traumatic experiences can affect us so deeply that their residues obstruct energy flows in our body — and in cases of war and other disasters, the Earth’s energy flows are likewise impeded. South Node eclipses help us to release the accumulation of negative thought forms and imprints which are blocking evolution, both personally and globally. For practical and powerful ways to heal personal trauma, read The Trauma Tool Kit by Susan Pease Banitt. For planetary healing methods, read Marko Pogacnik’s Healing the Heart of the Earth. Stephanie Austin EcoAstrology
Even if you don’t align with this celestial event today, note that the effect of this event has been leaving it’s finger prints on daily life for many weeks already and will still be in available to us for up to the next 6 months.
Bright Rose of May offers a reminder of JOY!
We need May Day this year more then ever to remind us life goes on, blooms and dances even when there is sadness, tragedy or danger lurking…We Must Choose Joy!
Beltane / May Day — Wednesday
The hills are greening, flowers bloom; there’s birdsong, nestmaking and gardens waiting for blessing. With the Maiden Earth in ovulation, creatures are enlivened, inclined to entwine! Warm hearted, we stretch in the sun, walk barefoot in the new grass, bear the spring rains with good cheer and gratefulness. Passions stir—flashes of sweet desire, hot lightning of anger, gusts of giddiness, heartbreaks of grief and fits of unbearable joy. How to meet these relentless tremors? Dance!
Garden Buddha Suggest Beginner’s Mind
Aries New Moon March 10th offers us a time to start fresh, start over and welcome new shoots of spring. This is an especially powerful new Moon with
Aries, as the first sign in the zodiac, represents new beginnings, forms, and directions. Each new moon initiates a new cycle; this one signals our readiness for an especially big shift, as the Sun, Moon, Venus, Mars, Uranus, and Eris are all in Aries. This is a very important time to set intentions and to hold “Beginner’s Mind.” We’ve never been here before…Take one step at a time. Be willing to not know, and remember that there is no failure, only learning. Stephanie Austin Eco Astrologer
The Head Line is INTENTIONS SET NOW WILL PROSPER!
The dark of the moon is a time of planting so what ever has been on the back burner in the seed packet of your soul NOW is the time to offer it to the sun and watch it flourish. The one and big caveat is to attend to compassion for fellow travelers. With the planet Mars so active with his trailblazing needs we can lose our connection to the needs of others. We can step on toes and butt heads if we aren’t careful.
Now go forth and Begin a good Year!
April 5-10: Venus-Mars-Eris conjunction (22ºAries)
April 10: New Moon 2:35 AM PDT (21º Aries)
April 12: Pluto turns retrograde (12º Capricorn); Saturn quincunx Uranus (9º Scorpio-Aries)
April 20-21: Mercury conjuncts Uranus and squares Pluto (9-12º Aries-Capricorn)
one Easter traditions
Every year the first thing on Easter morning I tell
The Easter Story
What do you get when you pour boiling water down a rabbit hole?
Hot cross bunnies!
Welcome to my world! What is your Easter Tradition?
How convenient tomorrow is April Fools Day!!!!!!!!