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‘Overcoming Crises with Compassion’

 

la-me-ln-eclipse-observatory-20150927Do you remember that amazing full lunar eclipse, last September 27th? Were you able to watch it that bright evening?   We are about to have its mirror image, in penumbral form, on Wednesday, March 23rd.   If you live on the East coast of North America, you will see the beginning stages of the eclipse (5:30 am) before she sets as the Sun rises.

Both lunar eclipses are within a degree of each  other, but in opposite signs. We get to taste both ends of the spectrum, which ushers in the equinox season. If you combine the two charts, you get a new Moon experience in both Aries and Libra in the form of a full Moon! !

What do you remember from that period of your life? What needs to be repaired or revisited?

Both the fall and spring equinox partake of the balance between dark and light; both are a Full Moon in Libra 2016time of shift in season. Yet the spring season is full of the fire of the constellation of Aries, which the Sun entered last Saturday night, and we are ready to plant the seeds we harvested in September. Aries is a sign ruled by Mars, this particular Mars is in the more considered sign of Virgo, and is opposite Neptune. This is a far less fiery and self righteous Mars than the Sagittarian warrior of September.

Venus, the ruler of the Moon’s sign, Libra is in close connection to Neptune. Neptune is often called the higher, less personal aspect of Venus. This is universal love, the big picture, the mystic’s version of Venus.

feeding pigeonsMaybe this is where we should pay attention the identical Uranus in both charts. He is at 19° of Aries …in September he was in retrograde, and now moves in a straightforward direction. Here is the very beautiful Sabian Symbol for that potent degree, which unites these two charts at the point of individuation! ‘A young girl feeding birds in winter’ Keynote: ‘Crises in compassion.’

It feels as if we are at a crossroads, we either face our challenges with fear and loathing, or with the compassion we want for ourselves.  This seems to be a the theme of this year’s election campaign, and the latest events in the refugee crisis.

two of cups RW deckThe Sabian symbol for the Sun and Moon in their moment of perfect manifestation in opposition to one another continues the theme of love and healing. The Sun at 4° Aries presents the picture ‘Two lovers strolling on a secluded walk, Keynote: the progressive polarization of energies needed for fulfilling one’s life function.’ What does this mean?

Perhaps it can better be experienced than said: The Two of Cups in the Rider Waite deck might express it visually.   Each full Moon is a moment where energies in opposition come together, not to blend, but to fulfill the promise of the polarity.

The full Moon at 4° Libra is: ‘Around a campfire, a group of young people sit in spiTemperance Arthurianritual communion. KEYNOTE: The necessity to unite with kindred spirits as one enters unbeaten paths illumined by the still-insecure light of a dawning intuition of new values.‘  ‘The still insecure light’ might be the light of this lunar eclipse!

Jupiter and Saturn are in square to each other at this full Moon.   This has the quality of expansion and compression in conflict or discomfort, when you can’t catch your breath, you have the wind is knocked out of you, asthma?   Through the gentle recall of breath, meditation, patience we return to the center. Harmony is regained in more creative form, like an accordion? like singing?

Calling All Choir with Mark Growden at St. Gregory's on De Haro

Calling All Choir with Mark Growden at St. Gregory’s on De Haro

Sarah Fuhro                Keeping our Ancient Wisdom Alive

The Wisdom Tradition evolved over the centuries to address our deepest human needs. Sarah Fuhro is a practitioner of its many forms; including Astrology, Tarot, Flower Essences and Druidry. In addition to personal consultations, Sarah teaches workshops and private classes, offering both clients and students knowledge powerfully rooted in the past, presented in the language of the present.  To learn more, please visit www.sarahfuhro.com.

 

 

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