Diary of a professional astrologer, clinician and meditator

Making a better world, one thought at a time.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Smile despite it all and move forward.

If some aspects of life are less than accommodating, that's kind of the usual state of things, right? There are always those facets of a project that can present frustration.

Today, with the cardinal tension,  keep smiling and keep moving along...doing what you can do. Oh, and patience might be a help, too. 

Friday, February 5, 2016

Waves of demure love wafting through the trees. Breathe it in. #Capricorn advice

The balm for feeling a lack in my life is to focus more on what is here, now, possible and beautiful. It is a fullness that comes when invited and acknowledged.

Today, Capricorn Moon gives Capricorns who have been struggling a little extra energy.
Solutions are coming your way, Capricorn. You just have to shift your focus to what is right and good already, expand on that, and be charmed by your own happiness.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Gentle, calm, deliberate, disciplined.

Whatever obstacles we have to face today, the way we go forward matters.
There are a lots of very practical, productive aspects today.  Creative energies, too.
The trick is to stay on your path to 'do no harm' to yourself or, of course, others.

That's where discipline helps. Are you taking care of your health issues?  Good investment to do so.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Take the high road.

Responsibility means having a centered, calm approach with pure motives.
Sag Moon joins Saturn for some serious deliberation about ethics. Be as good as you know how to be.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Stretch. Stay limber.

Scorpio Moon and Mars square Aquarius Sun, so rigidity is to be avoided. Remember to stay flexible today. Move more, sit less. Same for your mind. 

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Keep it to yourself. "Don't go there".

Scorpio Moon could help zip the blabbing tendency. And today, discretion rather than full disclosure is key.

This does not indicate a need for dishonesty. Rather, it's a bit of advice about solving problems for the long haul rather than for short term satisfaction that fades quickly.  Keeping some things to yourself means having the presence of mind to be patient. There is more to learn before you jump head-first into dicy territory.