We are nearing the end of this summer’s eclipse season and what a finale it will be, as the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse peaks in the sign of Capricorn on Tuesday, July 16th. This is it folks. This is the big one. This is where we transform or go home.
“No, I don’t want to. No! I don’t want to; leave me alone,” said the little girl inside of me protesting sudden developments brought on by eclipses. She is kicking and screaming and resisting, and I have spent the past week trying to soothe her and bring her calm.
A game-changing week is in store where anything and everything is possible! Many have been feeling cosmic energy twist and turn throughout all of June. Others are just now on the receiving end of sudden developments.
For months, Jupiter has been transiting the sign of Sagittarius, the sign it rules in Astrology. The energy of planet and sign are the same – Jupiter brings luck and expansion, while Sagittarius is the vessel from which Jupiter’s inspirational force emanates.
“And when you want something, all the Universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” -The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho
A theme that has continued to come up in sessions with clients over the past few weeks is the importance of being present. I've had a big “a-ha” moment as a result; I’d like to share it with you.
After a watery week that culminated with a Blue Flower Full Moon in the sign of Scorpio, we can now come back to center.
The Scorpio Full Moon usually peaks around this time of year. It’s a heavy lunation that sees us coming to terms with life events, shadow fears and other psychological triggers that need to be acknowledged and released for good. Full moons bring endings – the Scorpio Full Moon is the ending of all endings.
“I, Tracey Lynnelle Rogers, do solemnly swear, to embrace all that I am; to be all that I am, unapologetically; to live fully in the present moment; to embody a great love; to exude a great love; to awaken great love in those I meet, and in all that I do. May it be so.”
A Black astrologer based in Ohio reached out to me to connect. She is in the process of completing her astrology coursework and wanted to chat because, “there aren’t that many of us out there,” she said. “Us,” meaning Black astrologers.