As Big as It Gets

Posted by Len Wallick

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There are times when it is legitimate to question whether astrologers know what they’re talking about. As Len Wallick describes, the current season, which initiated this week, could well be one of those times. Len looks at tomorrow’s Cancer New Moon and the next couple to explain.

Cycles and Your Inner Sea: Cancer New Moon

Posted by Amanda Painter

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On Friday — just two days after yesterday’s solstice (when the Sun entered Cancer to begin the summer season) — the Sun and Moon will conjoin for a New Moon in Cancer. As Amanda Painter writes, with this event comes an opportunity to understand better the cycles of constant change in your life, and the sense of calmer inner seas that can bring.

A Year for All Seasons

Posted by Len Wallick

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Every seasonal change this year is being accompanied by something more. It is almost as if the equinoxes and solstices of 2017 are being astrologically underlined for greater emphasis. On the eve of the Cancer solstice, Len Wallick outlines the pattern of synchronicity and its meaning.

Early Stages

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Every year, several days before the Cancer solstice, the Gemini Sun opposes the center of our galaxy in Sagittarius. As Len Wallick explains, what we postulate of the GC could be only a beginning: workable for now, but only a prelude to something more sophisticated that will usher in an unanticipated level of awareness, leading to changes we cannot possibly anticipate.

Mind-Mapping Your Approach to the Solstice

Posted by Amanda Painter

An example of mind-mapping, on the theme of health.

We’re almost at the solstice: that time of maximum daylight, when you may be extending your energy out into the world more than usual as a result of the longer (and warmer) days. Amanda Painter looks at certain aspects involving the Sun and Mercury in Gemini (mental energy) that are asking you to notice how you’re handling anything with two sides to the story.

The Big Wind Up

Posted by Len Wallick

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The week or so to come will see both the Sun and Moon moving to end one cycle before beginning another. Meanwhile, Mercury will be moving at top speed. As Len Wallick sees it, the end result could be either division or unity. As usual, how things wind up will depend (at least in part) on you.

Intimations of Justice

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Almost imperceptibly, this morning’s Sagittarius Full Moon was closely followed by the end of Jupiter’s retrograde. In that sequence of events, Len Wallick proposes intimations of power, justice, love and the echoes of immortal words from a century only recently past.

Sagittarius Full Moon: Recognizing Your Freedom to Care

Posted by Amanda Painter

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Have you thought much about the fact that you are just as free to care as you are free not to care? Amanda Painter describes one reading of Friday’s Sagittarius Full Moon that suggests this theme, which might emerge through your interaction with someone particular in your life. A Venus-Mars sextile offers assertive caring and full, embodied receptivity working hand in hand — and looking for a social outlet.

Imagination and Action

Posted by Len Wallick

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Most people can see the world as it is. A smaller (but growing) number can imagine the world as it could be. The truly exceptional go a step further into action. As Len Wallick reads the skies, this is your week to be among those who transcend any perceptions of separation to live as one.

The Time is Right

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Timing may not be everything, but it’s a big part of life. Timing is also pertinent to astrology. As Len Wallick observes today, the next handful of days will give you a chance to practice timing with Mercury, Venus and Mars. What results could conceivably change the way you relate to both those planets and the signs they are about to move into.

Mars, Venus and Learning to Trust Yourself

Posted by Amanda Painter

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It can be incredibly difficult to trust the universe — even when you say that’s what you want to do. Perhaps that’s because when we say, “trust the universe,” what we often mean is, “trust myself.” Amanda Painter looks at aspects Mars and Venus are making, and sees opportunities for you to experiment creatively, integrate tension and practice healing your self-trust.

Wisdom and Will

Posted by Len Wallick

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Nearly anybody knows wisdom when they see it. Not everybody is wise in practice. As Len Wallick reads the motions of the Moon this week, those who temper persistence with discernment are likely to be wisest of all. The question as May ends and June begins is not whether you should persevere, but how, when, where and to what purpose.