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.
The planet Jupiter is retrograde now through August 2019, asking each of us to curb our enthusiasm when it comes to those areas of life where we seek to stretch and grow. Consider this a giant pause as momentum slows and strategies are revisited.
As Spring blooms, I came up with a wonderful new diet. It’s free, doesn’t require exercise, and you can still eat whatever you want (as long as you’re eating healthy, of course).
With Mercury picking up speed in the sign of Pisces after a watered down retrograde, Aries season can officially get underway, initiating a spring do-over as we approach the Aries New Moon.
Cramer purchased his first astrology reading back in 2014. Since then, he gets an annual forecast every year, refers me to family and friends, and his partner, Sam, is now one of my life coach clients.
The Spring Equinox occurs on the same day as a super charged Super (Full) Moon. We can bid adieu to winter in the northern hemisphere and plant new seeds for growth and replenishment. This is all quite timely; potent energy is on tap for purging and renewal.