Wednesday’s Weird Aquarian-Piscean Super New Moon

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Wednesday’s New Moon is WEIRD. The Sun and Moon will unite at the last minute of the last degree of Aquarius – 29 degrees, 59 minutes (3:47 pm PST). Moments later, both will shift into Pisces. Since the New Moon coincides with the Moon’s perigee – when it travels closes to Earth – it’s also a super-charged Supermoon. And it’s Chinese New Year, initiating the Year of the Sheep.

Flavored by the last two signs of the zodiac, this New Moon asks us to clarify and commit to our vision for the future (Aquarius), but also to be willing to dissolve, surrender, and allow our plans and ideas to morph into something beyond what our little minds can figure out (Pisces).

The New Moon is loosely conjunct Neptune (at 6 Pisces), activating the Saturn-Neptune square. This square reinforces the New Moon’s blending of Aquarian and Piscean energies, as Saturn is the traditional ruler of Aquarius, while Neptune is the modern ruler of Pisces. According to astro-genius (and Pisces Sun) Rick Tarnas, Saturn-Neptune contacts inspire:

neptunedisenchantment and disillusionment – in both the negative and positive senses…. These include not only loss of faith, discouragement, social alienation, and sense of existential meaninglessness but also the empowerment that can emerge from confronting an illusion, shedding a faith that is no longer viable, waking as if from a dream, lucidly recognizing the consensus madness, demystifying the received version of reality.” (Cosmos and Psyche)

The New Moon also activates another major planetary alignment – the square between Uranus, the modern ruler of Aquarius, and Pluto. The pressure is intensifying as we approach the seventh and final exact square on March 16, culminating a process of radical transformation that started in 2012. The New Moon occurs at the midpoint of (i.e., halfway between) these two planets.

That awkward, uncomfortable and sometimes seemingly stuck place in-between the old and the new seems to be part of the territory of the Uranus-Pluto square. Two consecutive New Moons at the 29th degree – next month’s will be at 29 Pisces, the last degree of the zodiac – punctuate this theme. The last degree of a sign, called the anaretic degree, represents a culmination of energies, and can carry a feeling of urgency or crisis. The last degree of Aquarius has to do with the urgency of knowing, trusting and following our own truth, breaking free from the hive mind and taking the risk of being our freaky selves, so we can give our unique gifts to the collective.

aquarius new moonWe’ve been working with these Aquarian themes over the past month. The previous Aquarius New Moon, on January 20, coincided with Mercury turning Retrograde in Aquarius. Mercury is Direct (moving forward) again, as of February 11, but we’re still “in the shadow” until March 3 – a phase of integrating the information, insights and perspectives gained during Mercury Retro. At last month’s New Moon, all the information wasn’t in yet; now we’ve got what we need to move forward.

For more insight into what this Aquarian-Piscean New Moon means for YOU, find the house in your birth chart that contains 29 degrees Aquarius. (If you don’t know how to do this, check out this post from a previous Aquarius New Moon.) The areas of life signified by that house are where you’re invited to: shake up your perceptions and open to new possible futures; take action to bring your dreams and ideals into reality; surrender having to know how it’s all going to play out and just take the first step; free yourself from realities that are no longer true to who you are and what you value.

– Emily Trinkaus

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Refuel Your Creative Power, Re-anchor in Your Heart – Tuesday’s Leo Full Moon

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Is time extra-weird right now, or what? One minute I’m feeling like, how did it get to be February already? And the next minute I can’t believe it’s still winter. The future is calling us, the past wants to be cleared and healed, and it seems like the hardest place to be is in the present.

The upcoming Leo Full Moon (Tuesday, 3:10 pm Pacific) calls us back to present time to realign with and re-anchor ourselves in the heart – the part of the body ruled by Leo. “When we are disconnected from the pulse of our heart,” writes Christine Page, “we forget that we are immortal magicians and we readily relinquish our wand and our power.” (2012 and the Galactic Center)

Page describes the heart as the “transformer” that bridges spirit and matter, that makes it possible to bring our ideals and visions into physical reality: “When I am living in the present [in the heart], I am immersed in eternal possibilities while experiencing the finite wherever I choose to pay attention at that moment in time.

This lunar cycle kicked off with the sparky, visionary, future-oriented Aquarius New Moon on January 20, and just a day later, Mercury – also in Aquarius – turned Retrograde. Our big assignment for this cycle is to rethink, rework, realign with, restore, etc. our future vision, and to release what’s blocking us from living in the flow of truth, freedom and authenticity. Aquarian arenas of community, friendship, teamwork, and the unique gifts we have to share with the world are also up for Retrograde reevaluation.

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All this airy, brainiacal, potentially insomniacal Aquarian energy (extra-fueled by Uranus in Aries on the South Node – see my last post) now wants to be balanced by the Leo Full Moon. The Moon conjoins with expansive Jupiter, amping up the Leonine fire. The Full Moon is the emotional peak of the month, and while the shadow side of mega-Leo-activation could look like melodrama, childishness and willfulness, the higher side is mucho creative power. The key, of course, is whether or not we’re centered in our hearts.

Oh and another key – are we giving ourselves the love, attention, validation and approval we want and need, or are we trying to get that from other people? Leo is the sign of children and our inner child, and this Full Moon brings us into wounded child territory, forming a close quincunx (150-degree angle) to both Pluto in Capricorn and Chiron in Pisces. Potentially stirred up and ripe for healing are the kinds of childhood wounds that resulted in a fear of shining, and even a fear of being seen. There’s also the fear of being different, the fear of standing out and being successful (“no one will love me if I’m exuberantly happy and creating the life of my dreams”), and the fear of failure (“I’ll look like a fool if I try and fail”).

Chiron is part of a whole Pisces party (astro-technically, a stellium) that includes Neptune, Venus and Mars. Translation? In addition to the feisty fire of the Leo Full Moon, we’ve also got a whole lot of WATER – meaning that we need time simply BE and FEEL and let ourselves melt a bit (tears are good). Pisces is the last sign of the zodiac, and part of its job is to dissolve the past, to cleanse and purify in preparation for rebirth. Coinciding with the Leo Full Moon, this is about softening defenses around the heart, releasing those old heart-wounds, so we’re able to come more fully into the present and access more creative power.

To get more insight into what this Full Moon means for YOU, find the house in your birth chart that contains 14 degrees Leo. The areas of life signified by that house are where you’re invited to: feel into your heart’s authentic desires; courageously commit to your creativity and passion; heal childhood wounds and fears around letting your light shine; and deepen into, open up to, and radiate more LOVE.

– Emily Trinkaus

galactivationsCalling all priestesses! Energy-healing genius Katie Todd and I will be working with these powerful Full Moon energies on Tuesday in our virtual galactic temple. (Or you can participate by recording.) All women are welcome, and this is a teleclass, so you just need a phone or interweb connection to participate. Register by midnight tonight (Sunday) to be eligible to win a personalized session on the call! Details here.

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Throw Off the Past, Return to Your Truth – Mercury Stations Retrograde at the Aquarius New Moon

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Agitated, anxious, irritated, insomniacal? 40,000 things happening in your mind, but not so much manifesting on the material plane? Moving extremely slowly but simultaneously at warp speed? Me too!

We’re stewing/sizzling in the co-incidence of two highly charged astro-events – yesterday’s New Moon (5:15 am PST) and today’s Mercury Station Retrograde (7:54 am), both in electric, visionary, brainiacal, futuristic Aquarius.

While the New Moon sparks a dynamic new cycle into motion, a quickening of energies, Mercury Retro (until February 11) calls for slowing down, turning inward, rethinking the future and resolving the past. The new beginning signaled by this Mercury-Retro-flavored New Moon might be more of a return, resolution or completion. The assignment is to purify, transmute, dismantle what’s blocking the flow of truth, freedom and expansion. Revisit and release the past so you can more easily create your dream for the future. Empty out so you can better know your own truth.

In his latest newsletter, James Altucher talks about throwing away 98% of his stuff: “In a weird way,” he writes, “I feel like I have MORE simply because I have nothing left in my house.” (I wish he hadn’t thrown so much of his stuff into the landfill, but otherwise I’m on board.) Altucher, an Aquarius, is not an astrologer (as far as I know) but he’s totally in sync with cosmic energies – throwing it all away, freeing yourself from the past, being honest about who you are NOW. He writes: “I don’t want anything anymore. I used to. But not anymore.

uranusUranus, the modern ruler of Aquarius, is sitting precisely on the Aries South Node, our karmic past, what’s blocking our evolution. Uranus on the South Node signifies an accelerated clearing of old patterns, and can also feel like our brains (ruled by Aries) are on overload, with the potential for short-circuiting. Unplug from technology and take a break from mass media. Lean into the North Node in Libra – what supports you in feeling peaceful and balanced – and separate from the technology, media, people, etc. that unnecessarily fuel your stress and irritation.

Aries-ruled anger can be productive when it’s genuinely coming from within yourself – it’s the emotion that fires you up to take action and set boundaries, and moves you forward on your evolutionary path. But Uranus on the Aries South Node can indicate anger coming in from the “group mind” that gets you all riled-up about something that has nothing to do with you and about which you can do nothing, leaving you feeling powerless and depressed.

Mars, the ruler of Aries, is in Pisces and conjunct Neptune – poor boundaries and victimy behavior vis-à-vis technology and what you allow to seep into your brain is the lower potential here. The higher potential is to energize your dreams, ideals and higher vision by acting on what inspires you. Consciously engage the power of your imagination through music, art, meditation, prayer.

aquarius new moonFor more insight into what yesterday’s New Moon means for you, find the house in your birth chart that contains 0 degrees Aquarius. The areas of life signified by that house are where you’re invited to:  look for and lean into the big-picture perspective; tune into and trust your inner truth; and plant seeds for experiencing more freedom, clarity, community and friendship.

For more insight into what this Mercury Retro means for you, find the house or houses containing 1-17 degrees Aquarius. The areas of life signified by that house (or houses) are where you’re invited to: revisit and resolve the past; rethink your dreams for the future; realign your future vision with your heart’s passion; use your intuition to access a radical shift in perspective; reenergize your genius, creativity and individuality; reconnect with friends and community; and remove what obstructs your clarity of vision.

Mercury is Retrograde until February 11, but we’re “in the shadow” (under the influence) until March 4. Mercury Retro is part of our inner, behind-the-scenes preparation for the seventh and final exact alignment of the Uranus-Pluto square on March 16, followed by a Pisces Solar Eclipse coinciding with Spring Equinox on March 20 – this is when 2015 really kicks into high gear. In the meantime, we can best prepare for this mega-rebirth by throwing out everything that is no longer true to who we are now, and clarifying our highest vision for who we want to become and what we want to create.

I’ll leave you with a few more Aquarian words of wisdom from James Altucher: “All the time I’m asked if you can be honest and still succeed in this world. Many people are skeptical. The answer is “Yes”. It’s the ONLY way to succeed and be satisfied.” (Two Weird Tricks that Save My Life)

– Emily Trinkaus

galactivationshey Priestesses! Katie & I have a beautifully redesigned Galactivations website, and we’re excited to introduce our Galactic Priestess Deep-Dive – a two-month program of astro-wisdom and energetic support for catalyzing your creative genius. Starts January 26! Details and registration

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Out of Your Comfort Zone, Into the Creative Flow – Sunday’s Full Moon in Cancer Kickstarts the New Year

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What wants to be born through you in 2015? Saturn’s shift from deep-diving Scorpio to intergalactic Sagittarius (as of December 23 – can I get an amen??) says we are ready to EXPAND.

The transition from Scorpio to Sag is like coming up out of the basement and seeing a great big world out there, a land of adventure and opportunity. Saturn in Sag wants you to clarify your vision and take responsibility for bringing it into reality. What would it look like to become the biggest, most bad-ass version of your true self?

The Solstice-flavored Capricorn New Moon on December 21 initiated a very ambitious lunar cycle, and now we’re in the field of Sunday’s equally ambitious – and potentially very cranky – Cancer Full Moon (8:54 pm PST). The first Full Moon of 2015 is a major kick in the booty to power up your New Year and clear blocks to manifesting your big vision.

Cancer wants safety, security and the comfort of the familiar, but this Full Moon activates the Uranus-Pluto square, taking you WAY out of your comfort zone and asking you to break free from the old emotional and ancestral patterning that keeps you stuck “playing small” in an outworn version of yourself.

cancer full moonNot only are the Sun and Moon making very tight hard angles to Uranus and Pluto, the Full Moon also precisely squares the Nodal axis (Nodes of the Moon), while Uranus sits on the Aries South Node. Translation? A karmic clearing that stirs up emotional volatility, irritability, anxiety and general crabbiness.

Take time to move through the FEELINGS instead of thinking you have to immediately DO something to relieve the pressure. Avoid taking action from fear-based, reptilian-brain reactivity. Practice being with yourself exactly where you are, soften your defenses, and offer yourself as an empty vessel to the flow of creation. Wait until you feel clarity and excitement about how to move forward. Cancer is a watery, feminine, process-oriented sign that says: how you do it is what you get.

While Cancer can tend to take it all VERY personally, this Uranian-Plutonian activation wants you to go big-picture, connect with your Galactic self, and get your ego out of the way so you can be a conduit for the Great Mother Goddess to create through you. As outer planets, Uranus and Pluto require surrender and trust – trust that what the Multiverse has in mind for you is so much more awesome than what your “small self” can conceive of and plan for.

If you’ve got a copy of your birth chart and some astro-technical know-how, you can get more insight into what this Full Moon means for YOU. Find the house in your chart that contains 14 degrees Cancer. The areas of life signified by that house are where you’re invited to: shake up and transform your attachments to safety, security and comfort; feel and heal old emotional, familial and ancestral patterns; soften your defenses, get your ego out of the way, and open to a greater creative flow.

– Emily Trinkaus

galactivationshey, beautiful Priestess (yes you!) – Join energy-healing magician Katie Todd and me on Friday (or by recording) to Galactivate these powerful Full Moon energies. We’ll clear out the cranky and open up to our bigger galactic selves to align with what wants to be created through us in the new year. All women are welcome, and you can participate from anywhere by phone or online. Details here.

and! Portlandia-area friends – Join me at New Renaissance this Saturday (January 3) for a talk and workshop on Spiritual Authority and Practical Magic: The Astrology of 2015. We’ll look at the planetary headlines of the new year and how YOU can co-create with these cosmic events. Call New Ren to reserve your spot (it’s filling up fast!): 503.224.4929.

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In the Cauldron of Rebirth – Today’s Winter Solstice, Capricorn New Moon and Uranus Station

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Today’s Winter Solstice – Summer in the Southern Hemisphere – is super-charged by its coincidence with the Capricorn New Moon and Uranus’ Direct Station. This powerhouse pile-up of planetary events suggests an extra-dramatic rebirth of the Sun God, and of our own creative life force – the closing of one chapter and start of another.

As the Sun stands still (sol = Sun, stice = stand still), we are advised to do the same – to turn inward, reflect on what we’ve created, grieve our losses, and dream up a vision for the coming year. The seasonal darkness serves as an ideal container for magic, meditation, prayer and ritual.

In a rare alignment of the solar and lunar cycles, the darkest days of the year coincide with the dark of the Moon. Just a few hours after the Sun enters Capricorn (3:03 pm PST), signifying the Solstice, the Sun and Moon unite at the Capricorn New Moon (5:36 pm). Don’t wait until January 1st to set your New Year’s intentions – better to tap into the combined power of the Solstice and the New Moon. Between 5:36 pm tonight and 7:17 pm Monday (Pacific time) will be the most potent period for working the magic.

The Capricorn New Moon wants you to clarify your commitments, consider your long-term goals, get strategic, make a plan, and be extremely practical and realistic about how you want to spend your time, energy and resources. The New Moon joins with Mercury, Pluto and Venus (all in Capricorn), and forms a tense square with Uranus in Aries, which turns from Retrograde to Direct (forward) today (2:45 pm PST), amplifying its power.

uranusUranus the Great Awakener wants to jolt us out of our habitual “shoulds,” wherever we’ve become too rigidly attached to the status quo or are sacrificing authenticity and aliveness to fit our wild selves into some pre-existing structure (shadow Capricorn). WE are responsible for our destiny (high-vibration Capricorn) and we get to create the reality that will support our highest blossoming.

As outer planets, Uranus and Pluto are signifiers of transpersonal or collective forces, and their involvement in this New Moon also ask us to look at our individual choices within the bigger story of now, to align with our deeper soul mission, our core-level rather than ego-driven desires. How does your unique expression of Light serve collective evolution, awakening and rebirth?

The New Moon takes place at the very first degree of Capricorn (0 degrees), a degree that signifies major new beginnings. Meanwhile, Saturn, the ruler of Capricorn and therefore extra-potent, is at the very last degree of Scorpio – the 29th or anaretic degree – suggesting major endings, culmination, completion. Processes that have been underway for the past two years, since Saturn entered Scorpio in October 2012, are coming to a close. Saturn’s last hurrah in Scorpio, before shifting into Sagittarius on December 23, can also involve sifting through some heavy emotions. This is a powerful time for emotional detox – clearing out the residue that you don’t want to carry into the new cycle.

If you have a copy of your birth chart and some astro-technical know-how, you can get more insight into what the Capricorn New Moon means for YOU by finding the house in your chart that contains 0 degrees of Capricorn. In the areas of life signified by this house, the New Moon calls for: resetting your life force energy and restructuring your reality; raising your standards and elevating your life to the next level of growth and maturity; clarifying your long-term goals and strategizing about how to reach them.

– Emily Trinkaus

Portlandia-area friends – Join me at New Renaissance on Saturday, January 3 for a talk and workshop on Spiritual Authority and Practical Magic: The Astrology of 2015. We’ll look at the planetary headlines of the new year and how YOU can co-create with these cosmic events. Call New Ren to reserve your spot: 503.224.4929. And for those of you who can’t make it… the recording of my Forecast Your New Year class is now available for purchase here.

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The Healing Story that Carries You Through the Dark – Approaching the Gemini Full Moon

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“I have woven a parachute out of everything broken.” – William Stafford

Chiron – the Wounded Healer, the Shaman, the Mentor/Initiator – stationed at the Sagittarius New Moon (November 22), and will square the upcoming Gemini Full Moon (December 6). Chiron’s starring role this Sagittarius season potentially triggers: a test (or crisis) of faith; an initiation into deeper levels of feeling – both grief and ecstasy; the pain of separation – from our own instincts and intuition, from the larger story of the world.

Saturday’s Full Moon (4:27 am PST), the energetic and emotional peak of this cycle, opens a door to healing the beliefs and stories that keep us stuck in the illusion of the separate self. Gemini is the sign of the rational mind, perception and information – the data we collect and analyze, and then weave into a coherent story and meaningful framework (Sagittarius). The Full Moon’s square to Chiron in Pisces reveals thought patterns and mental tapes that undermine our ability to listen to and trust our intuitive guidance, that reinforce seeing ourselves as victims instead of supporting us to envision and create a more positive future.

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we’re moving into the darkest time of year. What are the healing stories that can sustain us through the dark? What are the stories that can build a bridge between the old and new realities, the dying and not-yet-reborn versions of ourselves and of the world?

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The seasonal darkness is punctuated by the next exact square between Uranus and Pluto coming up on December 14. This will be their sixth precise alignment (out of a total of seven), correlating to the sixth chakra – the “Third Eye” or intuitive vision – reinforcing the themes of this Full Moon. Caroline Myss identifies this chakra with “Sacred Truth”: “Continually search for the difference between truth and illusion, the two forces present at every moment. Trust what you cannot see far more than what you can see.” Myss’ self-examination questions for this chakra include:  “What attitudes do you have that disempower you? What beliefs do you continue to accept that you know are not true?” (Chakra Flash)

For more insight into what this Full Moon means for YOU, find the house in your birth chart that contains 14 degrees Gemini. The areas of life signified by that house are where you’re invited to:  free your mind from self-defeating thought patterns; release and rewrite the attitudes and stories that undermine your power; make changes in your everyday life to align with your deepest wisdom and highest vision.

– Emily Trinkaus

Hello, Priestess! Join energy-healing magician Katie Todd and me on Friday (or by recording) to Galactivate these powerful Full Moon energies. We’ll clear distractions, transform the old stories, and deepen into our inner guidance. All women are welcome, and you can participate from anywhere by phone or online. Details here.

And! My DIY 2015 Forecast Teleclass starts tonight! Jump in – all are welcome.

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Renewing Faith, Restoring Instinctual Wisdom – Chiron Stations Direct at the Sagittarius New Moon

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The wickedly intense Scorpio season is coming to a close. (Can I get an amen?) The Scorpionic themes of death, crisis, survival and diving into emotional depths have been heightened by the Scorpio Solar Eclipse, Saturn in Scorpio, and Mercury’s Retrograde station in Scorpio.

This weekend marks a turning point, a reemergence from the Underworld, a renewal of our faith, enthusiasm and inspiration. The Sun shifts into Sagittarius on Saturday (1:38 am PST), and just a few hours later the Sun and Moon unite at the New Moon (4:32 am PST). Having been initiated into the profound mysteries of Scorpioland, having been shattered open by forces beyond the ego’s control, what wisdom and meaning want to arise? What’s true for you NOW?

Sagittarius is the sign of guides and guidance, truth and knowing, instinctual wisdom and natural law. Sagittarius is a Centaur – half-human, half-horse – and to know our truth, to get proper guidance, we need to access our wild, untamed, animal selves. The Centaur theme is particularly strong right now, as Chiron the Wounded Healer, the most famous Centaur, is stationing – standing still as it prepares to turn from Retrograde to Direct on Sunday (2:00 pm Pacific).

Chiron’s wound – the one he could never heal, despite his great healing powers – was, depending on the version of the myth, to his hip, leg or foot, the “animal” part of his being, his instinctual self. In a culture that denies our inherent connection with the natural world, that enforces a split between “higher” humans and “lower” non-human animals, that destroys the planet’s wilderness to feed the ever-expanding empire of industrial civilization, we could say that Chiron’s wound is the wound of the modern West.

piscesChiron stations in Pisces (13 degrees), the Source of all life, the Great Mother’s womb of consciousness. Chiron in Pisces says that, as long as we’re disconnected from the wild, from our instinctual natures, we’re also disconnected from Source. We feel abandoned by God/Goddess, all alone instead of All One. The healing path is to bring high-vibration Piscean unconditional love, acceptance, forgiveness and compassion to our bodies, to the places we feel wounded, weird, different from or less than. Grieving the past may also be part of the process.

The New Moon squares Neptune in Pisces, reinforcing the Chirotic themes of heightening sensitivity to collective energies and increasing access to imagination and the dreamtime. Neptune’s involvement with the New Moon wants to align our future vision with our highest ideals and deepest spiritual truths. As you set your New Moon intentions, feel into your body to discern what’s true for YOU, as Neptune can also bring in cloud of confusion if we are not grounded in our own experience.

Jupiter, traditional ruler of both Sagittarius and Pisces, is in Leo – calling us into the wisdom and truth of the heart. Jupiter squares both Mercury and Saturn in Scorpio, testing us to stay centered in our hearts, even when confronted with dark or depressing news or information. This isn’t about “spiritual bypass” (a Sagittarian shadow) – glossing over unpleasant realities to stay focused on the “bright side” – but rather fully acknowledging harsh realities and opening our hearts wider to take it ALL in. Can we trust that our heartbreak is also a heart opening, that the pain serves a higher purpose – to open us up to new levels of compassion and service?

To get more specific about what this New Moon means for YOU, find 0 degree of Sagittarius in your birth chart. The areas of life signified by that house are where you’re invited to: get a higher perspective and clarify your future vision; access and take the risk of acting on your instincts; renew your enthusiasm, faith and inspiration; speak and stand in your truth; and free yourself from limiting beliefs.

I’ll leave you with some wise words from Clarissa Pinkola Estes:

Suppose… the body is a God in its own right, a teacher, a mentor, a certified guide? Then what? …. Are we strong enough to refute the party line and listen deep, listen true to the body as a powerful and holy being?” (from Women Who Run with the Wolves)

– Emily Trinkaus

the mountain astrologerThe latest issue of The Mountain Astrologer magazine features my 2015 forecast article – check it out!

If you want to learn more about the astrology of next year AND you want to know what it means for YOU, please join me for my next DIY Astrology teleclass – Forecast Your New Year, a 3-part series that starts December 3! Everyone is welcome (including beginners) and you can participate from anywhere by phone or online. Get all the details and sign up here.

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