…and saw these eyes in a tray which felt creepy as they were displayed in styrofoam compartments and seemed like they had a soul. This reminded me of Scorpio, in that Scorpio people can sometimes make themselves invisible or detached, yet maintain intense eye contact – creating a very deep observation system.
I thought of this today as Pluto, the ruler of Scorpio, has just turned retrograde. This deep, invisible way of observing is now active within our consciousness – not just for Scorpios, but for all of us, — in our psychology, our souls, our minds and obsessions…
…also as today, Saturn re-enters Virgo, letting us not just spy on ourselves inwardly, but to see details in sharp focus
and take action even if we don’t want to.
This is a chance to get over ourselves
(with great effort, of course).
Luckily, to add some momentum, a New Moon is coming up next week on Wednesday, April 14. This will be a New Moon in Aries, which may point to the beginning of the beginning of something we may have been trying to birth for a while.
As the days before the New Moon are building, the Dark of the Moon can be a time when the pending beginnings, wishes and longings may feel bleak or out of our reach every time – sort of like what PMS can do.
This New Moon is happening just before a Mercury retrograde, so one tact may be to sort through something old, to birth what we have been wanting to birth and have been working with our intentions for a while...
…like the big pile of old toys, school papers, clothes, magazines, books and stuff to sort and give away. Because by doing this we can, for example, transform a huge part of our living space from a big messy corner or even whole room to a peaceful library. This can change not just our physical space...
If you want to schedule a reading to find out how to use this astrology to transform an aspect of your life, contact me either through facebook or email, email@example.com so we can set up an appointment for your Spring Cleaning reading.
This blog is dedicated to Meg Alexander.