Pluto in Capricorn and the new age of Aquarius

Here is a beautiful little movie that examines the reality of world change, the destruction of life as we know it, and the potential that we have to create real transformation.

“What if the world embodied our highest potential? What would it look like? As the structures of modern society crumble, is it enough to respond with the same tired solutions? Or are we being called to question a set of unexamined assumptions that form the very basis of our civilization?

This 25-minute retrospective asks us to reflect on the state of the world and ourselves, and to listen more closely to what is being asked of us at this time of unprecedented global transformation.”

By | 2009-08-13T15:33:06+00:00 August 13th, 2009|Inspiration|Comments Off on Pluto in Capricorn and the new age of Aquarius

Sunday inspiration for the eclipse

“Nations, like stars, are entitled to eclipse. All is well, provided the light returns and the eclipse does not become endless night. Dawn and resurrection are synonymous. The reappearance of the light is the same as the survival of the soul.”

Victor Hugo

I would argue that human beings are also entitled to eclipse.  Sometimes when in crisis, when the dark night of the soul is upon us, we feel that we cannot bear another moment.  Yet that’s when the light comes in and shines brighter than ever before.

By | 2009-07-18T06:41:50+00:00 July 18th, 2009|Inspiration, Moon|Comments Off on Sunday inspiration for the eclipse

Sunday Poetry for the New Moon Jupiter/Chiron/Neptune conjunction

Love Said to Me

I worship the moon.
Tell me of the soft glow of a
candle light
and the sweetness of my moon.

Don’t talk about sorrow,
tell me of that treasure,
hidden if it is to you,
then just remain silent.

Last night
I lost my grip on reality
and welcomed insanity.
saw me and said,
I showed up.
Wipe your tears
and be silent.

I said, O Love
I am frightened,
but it’s not you.
Love said to me,
there is nothing that is not me.
be silent.

I will whisper secrets in your ear
just nod yes
and be silent.

A soul moon
appeared in the path of my heart.
How precious is this journey.

I said, O Love
what kind of moon is this?
Love said to me,
this is not for you to question.
be silent.

I said, O Love
what kind of face is this,
angelic, or human?
Love said to me,
this is beyond anything that you know.
Be silent.

I said, please reveal this to me
I am dying in anticipation.
Love said to me,
that is where I want you:
Always on the edge,
be silent.
You dwell in this hall of
images and illusions,
leave this house now
and be silent.

I said, O Love,
tell me this:
Does the Lord know you are
treating me this way?
Love said to me,
yes He does,
just be totally…
totally… silent

Astrological Commentary:

The New Moon in Gemini instills us with a deep desire to talk about our experiences – to make themselves known, and to process them through the conscious mind.

The first stanza of this poem, “I worship the moon. Tell me of the soft glow of a candle light and the sweetness of my moon,” reflects the sweet hopefulness of the combination of Jupiter and Neptune  – the longing (Neptune) for a […]

By | 2009-05-24T05:32:49+00:00 May 24th, 2009|Inspiration, Planetary cycles|Comments Off on Sunday Poetry for the New Moon Jupiter/Chiron/Neptune conjunction

Sunday Poetry for Poetry Month

Beliefnet ran a feature for Poetry Month and asked us to do a post on our favorite poem.  I wondered how I would be able to choose, and then remembered an old poem I wrote back in 1976 that I really love, so this is my poem for Poetry Month.

lokasiwisata.infoPraise Song

Oh, glory to the stars that shine

In everlasting splendor,

their sparkling dust of joy to fall

upon the blossoming heart, the tender rose

that smiles here below the sky.

Wisps of harmonies catch the strings within the spirit

and dancing gently round them,

bring them laughing into play, to sing

love’s cosmic melody, its touch

upon the lute within

begins to weave resounding

trails of voices singing,

ringing to the sky with joy

the praises of this life.

By | 2009-04-05T06:56:53+00:00 April 5th, 2009|Inspiration|Comments Off on Sunday Poetry for Poetry Month

Banishing the Chiron Monsters

No matter how much wisdom we attempt to muster when we are approaching a difficult transit, there is no way to make it easy.  Sometimes, though, reframing the way we approach the challenge can turn the entire experience around for us.

In a flash of blogchronicity, Beth Owl’s Daughter has  on just this subject. Beth is guiding her readers through , Beth writes:

In today’s installment, we are encouraged to select one of our monster stories, and write it down in detail. You may have already started this, the way Thalia’s utterly despicable experience in first grade came to mind for her.

It needn’t be overly long, but make it as specific as you can remember. Julia advises, “Do jot down whatever details come back to you – the room you were in, the way people looked at you, the way you felt, what your parent said or didn’t say when you told them about it. Include whatever rankles you about the incident: ‘And then I remember she gave me this real fakey smile and patted my head…’ ”

Seen now as adults with some distance and experience behind us, some of these memories are outrageous. Go ahead. Feel that rage. Feel the grief, if that’s what is triggered. Allow those feelings to come right up, because they are the stirrings of your POWER. The adversities imposed on us by our monsters can give us the traction that will launch us towards even more brilliant future fulfillment!


Beth is describing quite accurately the process that Chiron teaches us.  We can weep and wail and run from our monsters, or we can face them head on and discover that really, our monsters are not […]

By | 2009-03-13T05:34:30+00:00 March 13th, 2009|Inspiration|Comments Off on Banishing the Chiron Monsters

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