Welcome to the 2020 Virgo New Moon. It’s a time for all of us to reflect on our willingness to provide service when required and genuine support. It’s also a great opportunity to get real about your sense of wellbeing.
September 2020 Full Moon in Pisces – Going With The Flow
Between September 3 and 4 2020, the Moon travels through Pisces. A Full Moon in Pisces brings emotions to the surface. It is a doorway into the sensitive, intuitive and subjective aspects of our psyche. It is also an opportunity to draw upon the wisdom of instinct and learn more about Going With The Flow.
Leo New Moon August 18-19th 2020…. Welcome to the Leo New Moon. It’s a time to reflect on your levels of creativity as well as your capacity for leadership
Between July 4-6th the Moons travels through the sign of Capricorn, and opposes the Sun which is now in Cancer. Thus a Full Moon will form which is also an eclipse, falling across the 14th degree of Cancer/Capricorn.
Happy Birthday Cancer. Your 2020 To-Do List:
For the Cancerians amongst us (and those who care to share it with them) here’s your celestial To-Do-List, helping you get your birthday month off to the best possible start
This year, the Sun and Moon will meet twice in Cancer for an astrological double bill. Not unheard of – but still uncommon – this means we all get the chance to focus on home and family values, the ties that bind us and making sure our real needs are met.
A major Full Moon and lunar eclipse arrives this week, highlighting the signs of Gemini and Sagittarius.
At the same time, Mars is square to the Sun and Moon, amplifying the tension we are feeling across the globe whilst fanning flames of dissension and division.
The Gemini New Moon is an opportunity to focus on relationships. Never has it been more important to find ways to connect with those we love and think about what we need to say.
In May 2020, the New York Times published an article critically analyzing the future of astrology…. The problem is when those who comment on culture refuse to engage in the culture they are describing, appropriation or bias is bound to occur.
The May Full Moon is also known as the Wesak Moon, which commemorates the birth, enlightenment and death of Lord Buddha. As such, it is a major marker for the spiritual development of humanity