Mar 062012
 

Happy Holi!

This week marks a special Vedic holiday to welcome spring.

It’s Holi, the festival of color, and is a two-day event which includes fun and celebration.

It’s a popular holiday in India where people take to the streets with dancing, singing, and throwing of powder paint and colored water.

It coincides with the birthday of Lakshmi, the Goddess of abundance and prosperity.

Vedic holidays are synchronized with the position of the planets which give a precise idea of which energies are manifesting at any given moment.

And this holiday is celebrated as a time to welcome an abundance of all good things into your life.

It’s great if you can take advantage of the support for positive change that’s offered by these special days. Use them to magnify the helpful influences that support improvements in your life.

Holi and Lakshmi Jayanti – Growth & Abundance

Wednesday the 7th is Holika Dahana and holy ceremonies called pujas are performed to celebrate the victory of light over darkness, or good over evil.

Holi continues on Thursday, March 8th as a festival to celebrate new beginnings. It’s an especially good time to win the blessings of the Gods for good harvests and fertility of the land.

Thursday (the day of the full Moon) also happens to be Lakshmi Jayanti, the birthday celebration for Lakshmi, the beloved Goddess of wealth and abundance.

Auspicious Days for New Beginnings

These are very auspicious days for any type of activity including new beginnings.

That means anything you do or begin on these days will be especially blessed for success.

Activate Your Spring!

Speaking of spring and new beginnings …

Spring begins in the Northern Hemisphere on Tues. March 20, 2012, at 1:14 A.M. (EDT).

I will be welcoming it body and soul!

And would you like to have some new spring in your step?

NEW this year, I’m offering something to newsletter subscribers that I’m pretty jazzed about:

FREE!

Holographic Emergence

∞ Spring Activation ∞

It will act as a springboard for whatever intentions you hold during this fertile time of new beginnings.

We’ll do it as a group in a few weeks on a date TBD.

It will be sometime around the equinox and the lunar New Year (which occurs a few days after the equinox this year).

Details and registration information (it will be a teleconference) will be in the next newsletter. (Not on my newsletter list? You can sign up here.)

Many blessings to you during this sacred and powerful time, and best wishes for any new gifts you are opening to accept, or creations you are dreaming of and/or beginning to manifest!

Namasté.

Sep 072011
 

Are you familiar with the basics of how to interpret a Jyotish (Vedic Astrology) birth chart but want to know more?

And would you like to learn from someone who’s been trained and certified by some of the best Vedic Astrologers in the world, and who has a proven track record?

You’re in luck!

I was invited by Pundit Mahesh Shastriji to write some Jyotish lessons for his website My Panchang.

As a result, I’m excited to announce a new tutorial series I’ll be presenting there.

And it’s offered to you completely free!

It’s designed for intermediate level students and each sub-series will focus on one life area.

Financial Jyotish

The first sub-series is about how to see financial indications of all kinds in an individual’s Jyotish chart.

You’ll learn:

  • What the financial indicators are in an individual’s chart
  • How to interpret and translate them into meaningful and useful information
  • How to spot both opportunities and challenges
  • How to take best advantage of both

And the first article is already posted.

It introduces the series and includes an outline of the lessons I intend to present, as well as what I don’t plan to cover.

On my site, I have a corresponding Jyotish Tutorials page which you can get to from my main menu. It’s for comments and questions (since My Panchang has no way for us to interact) and it will also link to each of my articles at My Panchang for your convenience.

So again,

This is where you find the lessons, and

This is where you can interact with me about them.

I hope that’s not too confusing but I wanted us to be able to have discussions and I think this will work well once you get the hang of it.

I’m still soliciting your input on which lessons I’ll cover so please look over the outline in the first article and let me know what you think here, pro or con.

And then I hope you’ll join us for some beneficial lessons and (I hope) enthusiastic discussion.

Note: Pandit Shastriji knew of me because I often visit My Panchang, and I had linked to it from my post about the importance of your Lunar Mansion. My Panchang is an excellent resource for everything related to Panchang (various calendars and their use), including Hindu holidays and festivals and on which dates those auspicious days fall in timezones around the world.

Please share this post with your friends who might be interested. (There’s a convenient set of sharing options right below this paragraph. You can tweet, like or share on facebook, or email.) Thank you, and namasté!

May 042011
 

A yucca bud as it appeared on Akshaya Tritiya, 2010

Tomorrow (Thursday, May 5th) is a special Vedic holiday called Akshaya Tritiya.

It means “the never-diminishing” and is an especially auspicious day where whatever you begin or invest in will grow and prosper. (You can read more about it here.)

Unlike most Western holidays, those of the Vedas are synchronized with the rhythms of nature as reflected in the movement of planets through the zodiac.

That gives us a precise idea of the energies manifesting at any given moment.

Some energetic patterns are substantial enough that they call out for our attention, and these become the Vedic holy days, or holidays. Harmonizing with their energies can be beneficial to us.

When Akshaya Tritiya rolls around every year, it’s great to take advantage of the supportive energies to increase what you want to grow in your life.

How to Magnify the Energetic Support

From the moment you wake up, you can enjoy the benefits of applying this idea consciously with everything and anything in your life that you appreciate and/or want to grow.

Not only will you benefit from the actual increased growth of whatever it was, but you’ll likely be floating on air with the appreciation you feel as you recognize just how many things in your life fit into that category of things whose presence you want to flourish.

Look Toward the Light, Not the Shadows

Last year, on Akshaya Tritiya, I remember that not more than an hour into my day as I thought about all the things I wanted to do, I realized how stressed I was feeling.

That very same yucca bud only one day after Akshaya Tritiya

Did I want my stress to increase? No way!

So I considered what I did want: the feeling of knowing that I have the space in my day to accomplish whatever really needed to be accomplished, and more than that, the feeling of knowing that all is well in the meantime. And of enjoyment. Of that glorious day, after all!

And fortunately, I was able to flip right into that space and remain there the rest of the day. Whew, close call!

So, no matter how your day begins or what you’ve got going on, you can decide to set about attending to all those many wonderful things in your life that you appreciate and would like to see flourish.

You’ll notice that your day is full to overflowing with such things.

Initiate or Tend to What You Want to Increase

This is a day to take the first step on a project that you want to flourish or an activity that you want to turn out positively.

Take some time to focus on your spiritual practice to help strengthen and establish its presence in your life.

It’s also an especially great day to initiate improvements in anything related to finances or valuables.

As an example, here are a few things I reveled in (and jotted down) last year on this auspicious day:

  • I spent some special time with my husband. I even made it a point to listen a few times. ;-)
  • I practiced “Looking at Myself” frequently all day long.
  • I took the dogs for a drive to a charming village nearby where I ran a few errands. It was bustling with the beginning of the summer tourist activity.
  • Then we went for a walk by the river where the dogs got to take a dip. Beautiful and refreshing.
  • I bought some lottery tickets. (In India it’s a day where people buy gold and jewels. That would work, too. ;-) )
  • I did a Matrix Enegetics session for my almost-daughter-in-law and my soon-to-be-born grandbaby! (Who’s now a healthy almost-one-year-old.)
  • I returned a call to a client. Thank God for my wonderful clients and for the interesting work I get to do.
  • I watered my rhubarb. It’s the first year I can actually harvest it and I am excited!

This year I’m going to enjoy posting to my blog. In particular, I’m going to announce a new service I’m offering. Yippee!

I’m hoping that the magic of this special day will help me grow both of them.

Let Every Day Be Akshaya Tritiya

If you’re catching this post a little late and missed Akshaya Tritiya, well… Let today be Akshaya Tritiya for you. If you have any confidence at all in the Law of Attraction, you know that whatever you put your attention on grows.

Let your attention be on all the wonderful, positive things that you are grateful for today.

I hope you have a wonderful day, and I wish you abundance and prosperity!

Namasté.

Mar 012011
 

Did you know you can use natural cycles to support improvements in your life?

To increase what you want and let go of what you don’t?

An accessible and  effective way to do this is to recognize the Vedic (Hindu) holidays to magnify helpful influences. It just takes some attention and conscious intent.

Unlike most Western holidays, those of the Vedas are synchronized with the rhythms of nature as reflected in the movement of planets through the zodiac.

The current position of the planets in the signs gives us a precise idea of the energies manifesting at any given moment. This is fine-tuned by using the Vedic nakshatras which are smaller constellations along the same ecliptic as the zodiac signs we are all familiar with.

Some energetic patterns are substantial enough that they call out for our attention, and these become the Vedic holy days, or holidays.

Harmonizing with their energies can be beneficial to us. In what way is dependent on which energy pattern or holiday is active.

Immediate Opportunities

Here are 2 upcoming Vedic holidays that we can take advantage of. (Dates shown are for Continental U.S.)

Maha Shivaratri is good for performing rituals that honor endings.

Holi is a day to celebrate abundance and is an auspicious for any kind of activity.

Maha Shivaratri – Endings

Maha Shivaratri is this Wednesday, March 2nd this year.

This is the night for worshipping Shiva, the lord of destruction. In India, devotees fast, chant the mantra “Om Namah Shivaya”, and make offerings. That night they keep long vigils, and listen to stories, hymns and songs.

Shiva is a part of the Hindu trinity and as the God of destruction, relates to Saturn (or Yama, the God of death).

It’s a good time for honoring your ancestors and acknowledging the gifts brought to your life by things that are no longer, things or people that you have grieved.

It’s an especially good time for practicing ritual related to anything in your life you would like to see destroyed/ended or to say goodbye to.

  • Do you have fears you’d like to let go of?
  • Habits to break?
  • Blockages you want to eliminate?
  • Unacceptance you would like to let go of so you can truly surrender to the dance of life?

This is a perfect time to perform a personalized ritual to consciously ask for Divine help in leaving these things behind.

Doing so can have powerful, positive effects at many levels.

Holi and Lakshmi Jayanti – Growth

Holi is on Saturday, March 19th this year.

In contrast to the dark night of honoring lord Shiva, the Spring Festival of Holi is a festival of colors to welcome the spring. It’s time to win the blessings of the Gods for good harvests and fertility of the land.

This also happens to be Lakshmi Jayanti, the birthday celebration for Lakshmi, the beloved Goddess of wealth and abundance.

This holiday is celebrated as a time to welcome an abundance of all good things into your life.

The day before is called Holika Dahana and holy ceremonies called pujas are performed to celebrate the victory of good over evil.

As with many of the Hindu holy days and festivals, Holi is an auspicious day for any type of activity including new beginnings.

Do yourself a favor and take advantage of the support for positive change that’s offered by these special days.

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Feb 072011
 

Wouldn’t you just love to be able to look at your relationship from the inside-out?

See what’s really in there? And perfectly clearly?

You can.

With jyotish (Vedic astrology) we have lots of tools that allow us to do that.

Jyotish is a Sanskrit word that means “Science of Light”, and it enables us to use your birth chart to truly shed light on areas of your life that you want to know more about.

And it works beautifully to reveal what’s going on in your relationship.

What We Can Discover

Using jyotish to look at your relationship is like having a diagram where you can see all the dynamics — even those previously hidden — in black and white. That’s how much information your charts reveal for you.

If you’ve been in a committed relationship for some time and want to understand more about a nagging issue, it can show what’s going on underneath the surface so you can look at it more consciously.

Or if you’re wondering about your future potential with a new person, it gives you an idea what opportunities or challenges you might face, and what you can do about them.

Some of the specific areas we can examine are:

  • family dynamics
  • money and earning potential
  • home life
  • creativity
  • intelligence
  • interests
  • career and vocation
  • romance
  • children
  • physical activity levels
  • health
  • commitment
  • opportunity
  • integrity
  • purpose or dharma
  • sexual compatibility
  • intimacy
  • openness
  • honesty and trustworthiness
  • friends
  • spiritual inclinations

… to name a few.

How We Look Into Your Relationship

One of the first things we do is look at each of your charts on its own to uncover what type of person you are in relationship and what kind of person you are looking for, or need.

You might think you already know these things but with jyotish we can look deeper and find details you’re not even aware of.

Then we can see if your partner matches your requirements. Usually they’ll match in some areas but not others.

And then we do the same with your partner’s chart, and see how well you match with their wants and needs.

Do you match each other in the important areas? We can see.

If so, we know those are harmonious areas where you’ll want to optimize your connections.

If not, I will give you remedies (what we call upayas in jyotish) and other techniques for working with them to reduce any negative impact. And sometimes just being aware of the dynamics goes a long way toward knowing how to get along more harmoniously.

Let’s take communication as an example, since that’s always important in a relationship.

First we would see how you communicate in general and how well.

Then we would do the same for your partner. Then we see how these skills operate in a committed partnership.

Then we see how your communication styles click with your partner specifically, and vice versa.

We get a lot of insight into how to match the two of you up so that even if you both operate differently, we find the common ground where you can begin to connect and grow your skills.

Relationship Timing

Besides all that, we have powerful tools for looking at timing.

Have you ever met someone and just know you have amazing potential together, yet the timing was just off? Well, we can see if it matches this time for a lasting relationship, or maybe this person or time is just for fun and romance.

And like everything else, relationships develop and change over time, and we can look at those rhythms as well.

Or maybe you’re alone right now and wondering if and when your partner’s going to show up, and how that might come about. We can look into that instead with a Whole Life Area Focus reading.

Find Out More

I’ve been doing jyotish readings for people for almost 15 years now and it still amazes me how much useful information is contained in what looks like a simple astrology chart. It would take more time than you want to spend hearing about all the possibilities.

If you want to know a little more about how it can help with your relationship, I wrote this related article (no pun intended) for a local newspaper some years back. It elaborates on the possibilities a bit more.

But probably the best way to find out is to experience a Relationship Dynamics reading yourself. It never fails to uncover fascinating and useful information. Or you can always email or call me and we can talk about what value it might have in your particular case.

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, now is a perfect time for all things love-related, don’t you think? And if you’ve already had a reading with me, there’s a discount on Relationship Dynamics readings, and a double discount if both you and your partner have had readings with me.

All my readings are done by phone so it’s possible and convenient no matter where you live.

So click on the above links and check it out. Talk it over with your honey. Or if you’re ready, click here to book a time.

It might be just the perfect gift for you to give each other this week.

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Jan 152011
 

Do you want to get this straightened out right now? Then let’s do it!

There’s been a huge buzz in the media and on the internet lately about the wobble of the earth forcing you into a different birth sign, and even a brand new astrological sign called Ophiuchus to further confuse things.

First off: you don’t have to change your birth sign.

Astrologers have already taken the wobble (also known as the precession of the equinoxes) into account, regardless of what a lot of scientists and so-called scientific reporters are saying. Those who claim otherwise simply haven’t done their research.

Let me explain. It’s a simple concept and will only take a minute.

The Tropical Zodiac

Most Westerners use the tropical zodiac. This is the one you find in the sun sign columns in the United States. By definition, this determines the sign placements by using the sun, not the constellations, thus the name tropical (which relates to the sun, as in “the tropics”).

Specifically, the moment of the vernal equinox, the location of the sun is declared to mark the exact beginning of Aries, the first sign of the zodiac.

That means that if you are born on the day after the vernal equinox, you by definition have an Aries sun in the tropical zodiac that’s used in the West.

This doesn’t change and is still true. It’s based on the sun and seasons so has nothing to do with the precession.

The Sidereal Zodiac

There’s another system called the sidereal zodiac. It’s used in Vedic astrology (also known as Hindu astrology, Indian astrology, or Jyotish) and by a very few Westerners. The sidereal zodiac is based on which constellation a planet actually appears to be in as we look toward it from earth, with the backdrop of stars behind it. It is not sun-based like the tropical zodiac, but star-based, thus the name sidereal which means “star”.

This is equivalent to and in complete agreement with the system used by astronomers. So if you look up and see Venus, and you see Taurus behind it, in this system you would say Venus is in Taurus.

About 2000 years ago, both of the zodiac systems lined up, and on vernal equinox, the sun actually appeared to be at 0° Aries.

So Why the Confusion?

Due to the wobble of the earth, the sun’s position in the sky as seen from earth (that’s the sidereal zodiac, remember) has since shifted backwards about 23° from where it was then.

So nowadays, the sun appears from earth to be at about 7° Pisces at the moment of the vernal equinox, not at 0° Aries.

That means that if you were born the day after the vernal equinox, you have a Pisces sun in the sidereal zodiac.

The confusion stems from the fact that the sidereal/astronomer’s (star-based) zodiac is almost 3/4 of a sign off from the tropical (sun-based) zodiac. (This is what Prof. Kunkle mentioned and what started the media frenzy.)

So you can have an Aries sun in the tropical zodiac but a Pisces sun in the sidereal zodiac. And that’s fine. They’re two different systems.

There’s Nothing New Here

But here’s the thing: this is and has been common knowledge. Astrologers have known this all along. And their systems take that into account.

By definition, the tropical zodiac does not change with the precession of the equinoxes, and the sidereal zodiac does, as it constantly shifts to account for the precession.

This is all as it should be and nothing has changed.

So, have we cleared all that up?

As for this new constellation Ophiuchus? Well. Have you ever looked up into the night sky from the mountains or desert? It’s astounding! There are hundreds of constellations! (88 official ones.) Astrology has been developed and built on a particular set of 12 (plus 27 lunar constellations in Jyotish), and there’s no reason at all for that to change.

So there really is nothing new under the sun… at least related to astrology.

And here’s hoping you rest easier tonight, by the light of that silvery moon.

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Aug 102010
 

This is my monthly (or so) Jyotish report on what’s going on in the heavens and how we can benefit if we work in synch with the energies. Enjoy!

First, if you like light shows, don’t miss the annual Perseid meteor shower in a few days. It’s right on the tail of the New Moon of the 9th, so the sky will be nice and dark for those of you in low light zones. It is going on already but peaks the night of the 12th/13th with over 100 meteors per hour. (Okay, this isn’t exactly astrology, but too good not to mention.)

Good Days to Take Action

There are four Vedic holidays coming up that we all can take advantage of. These holidays are always auspicious days so they are good for beginnings or for doing any task that you want to have a lasting effect. On top of that, they are good for whatever each holiday specifically relates to, as indicated here. (These dates are for MDT, please adjust accordingly.)

  • 8/13 is the auspicious Naga Panchami, honoring of snakes & serpents, and relates to Rahu & Ketu who are the head and tail of a serpent. There are many fascinating legends about this day, and the idea of some is that if you honor serpents along with the serpent energy, then serpents will work with and for you. This is a good day to work with primal energies, kundalini (e.g. hatha yoga, martial arts, kriya yoga meditation, etc.) and things that kundalini represents such as the potential unleashed by movement toward the divine. It’s also a good day to harmonize with snakes as a precious part of our natural world. You can read a little more here.
  • 8/20 is Varalakshami Vratam, related to Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, and thus Venus as well. You can find an interesting story here.
  • 8/24 is Raksha Bandhan, related to the malefic planets and is about protection. The festivals of this day are related to the bond between brothers and sisters, so this is  a wonderful day to take time to connect with or show appreciation to your siblings. You can read more here.
    This is also the Full Moon.
  • 9/1 is the auspicious Sri Krishna Janmashtami, Krishna’s birthday, a day of great celebration the world over.
What the August Chart Tells Us

And now let’s talk about what this month’s chart indicates to us and how we can best take advantage of the current energies. [Note: If you are not familiar with Vedic astrology, there are lots of informative articles here.]

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Watch for Opportunities

Jupiter is still in its own sign of Pisces and will be retrograde until 11/19. Planets are strong and happy in their own sign, and even stronger when retrograde. This is very good news since Jupiter is a first class benefic and is shedding its graces on us big time!

Jupiter is an expansive planet, and that means that right now we should all be keeping our eyes open for openings and new opportunities — don’t let them slip by. It’s also easy right now to be optimistic, and this can in turn feed into the fact that it’s a time for increased abundance in general. Jupiter is a planet of dharma, representing our purpose, so it’s an especially good time to move toward what you feel or think will be fulfilling for you at all levels. Some of the other indications of Jupiter are publishing, higher education, learning, teaching, children, spirituality, and whoever we consider to be our guru. Taking actions in any or all of these areas is favored right now.

Mars and Saturn are opposing Jupiter right now, however, so for awhile there will likely be a bit of an impulsiveness counteracted by a need to go slowly, but this shouldn’t be such a major influence as to cause major problems. Or there may be some hiccups in our attempts to move forward, but we should not let that deter us. The good news about this is that Mars will likely add an element of courage right now so that we are more likely to go for whatever we are aspiring to.

It’s Time to Shine

The Sun is in Cancer until the 17th when it moves into its own sign of Leo. As I said above, a planet in its own sign is strong and happy so those things indicated by the Sun in our charts will be greatly favored. The Sun is the planet that represents us in all our glory. It’s how we shine! So while the Sun is in Leo (mid-August to mid-September), it’s an excellent time to take those actions where you want to be seen in your best light and want to be authoritative and influential.

It will be conjunct Mercury on September 3rd & 4th. Mercury is our rational mind and the Sun will help us be “bright” on those days, but at the same time it is so hot that it will likely cause “burn-out”. That means go ahead and take advantage of that mental brilliance, but don’t overdo it!

Inspired Ideas to Express

Besides the Sun, Mercury is in Leo right now, too. As I just alluded to, this inspired, expressive location is a very creative place for our rational minds to be operating from. You can absolutely expect to have lots of great ideas that seem to come out of nowhere. Mercury is retrograde, thus extra strong, from 8/21 – 9/12. This indicates a great mixture of rational, practical thought with the out-of-the-ordinary element that inspiration sometimes has.

Now here’s the kicker, are you ready? Energies moving through Leo really really really want to be expressed! So those great ideas you are having? Put them into action! At the very least, discuss them with someone, write about them, paint about them… something! That will be a perfect first step and the way will unfold from there.

Areas of Pressure Let Up

On the 21st the nodes Rahu & Ketu begin to move again. Ahhh! That means the areas of your life where they have been causing pressure for the past three months will let up significantly. Still, they will remain in the same signs until May of 2011, so they will continue to have a similar effect, just not so intense.

And if you do find that their effects are a little tough to handle, you can find upayas for Rahu & Ketu here. These can be helpful all the way up until next May.

Support for Manifesting our Passions

If you look to the west just after sunset, you will see yellow Saturn, red Mars, and gloriously bright Venus hanging out together in the constellation of Virgo. Let’s see what their teamwork means to us right now.

This is a really interesting combination of planets and location. First, Saturn and Mars are not too fond of each other at all. Saturn is very slow and patient, and Mars just wants to go now! Both, however, are good at making things happen yet in different ways. Mars moves us to action and gives us courage. Saturn helps us plan and move patiently step by step. It ultimately leads to concretizing what begins as something ethereal such as an idea.

Virgo is an earth sign, meaning it is also about manifesting, and in a very practical way. In fact, energies moving through Virgo can be aided by the detail Virgo provides.

So you can see that the planning that Saturn supports can work very well in detailed and practical Virgo, so this is a very good time to take those ideas Mercury in Leo is providing and consider how you might make a practical and perhaps detailed plan to get you where you want to go step by step. Then you can take advantage of that Mars energy to get the ball rolling.

Secondly, Venus and Mars together mean passion! This combination supports and adds to those inspired ideas offered by Mercury right now in that it adds an element of light-hearted creativity and artistry (Venus) and vibrant vitality (Mars) to the mix — again, in a practical way. And Venus and Mars will be moving together for awhile so expect the passion to continue.

We Can Help Venus Help Us

It’s worth noting that Venus is debilitated in Virgo, meaning Virgo is its least favorite sign. Being so light and dreamy and creative, Venus would much prefer a place that is not so gosh-darn practical! The pressure of heavy Saturn and the heat of fiery Mars are also a bit much for refined Venus to handle.

Because of that, I suggest doing some Venus upayas (Vedic remedies) until Venus moves into its own sign of Libra on September 9th, when it will be much happier. Practicing these remedies will help those areas of our lives that are indicated by Venus. These areas include art and creativity, relationships (especially with our beloved), beauty, comfort, luxury, and our means of transportation.

You can find some Venus upayas here.

These Energies at Work – an Example

So, I have to laugh because as I was about to start writing the section above about inspired ideas, I had a GREAT IDEA for a proposal I could make that would move my career forward! Perfect, don’t you think? (And it’s not because I was trying to come up with an inspired idea. In fact, I was distracted from this post and looking at something else entirely.)

Now, if the Sun and Jupiter pull through for me, my work ought to be seen in a good enough light as to open this new opportunity for my expansion. (And I’m noting that I might do best to wait until after the 17th so I have support of the Sun in Leo.)

And besides Mars’ help in the courage area, what I know about these indications just might help give me the extra little bit of  courage I need to make the proposal too. See? That’s how this works! I couldn’t have planned this better!

And speaking of planning, remember what I said about being practical and going step by step? It does indeed make sense for me to get my ducks in a row before jumping in, and I am confident I have support of the powers that be right now for doing just that!

So, wish me luck! (Jupiter’s grace can also be thought of as luck, so perhaps I already have it since Jupiter is so strong right now.)

Your Turn: What’s YOUR Experience?

Well, there’s a lot of information here, and I’m sure it must apply in some way to your life right now! I — and other readers too — would LOVE to hear if and how you are experiencing these energies! Can you relate to any of this? In what way?

Or if you have any questions, please ask! (Someone else is probably wondering too.)

It’s as easy as clicking on the comment link and joining the discussion. I look forward to hearing from you.

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