The Sun, Mercury, and Venus are currently sailing through the Pisces ocean. Their presence brings to the surface influences usually lurking deep in our subconsciousness. Feelin a lot of FLOW these days? Not only are Mercury, Venus, and the Sun all swimming through Pisces, they have been/will be making contact with two slower-moving planets inhabiting the sign of the fishes: Neptune and Chiron. Perhaps a culmination of the energies will be felt on March 4th, when Mercury and V
Venus, Mercury and the Sun are splashing their way through the end of the Zodiac. Sit back and feel the oneness. Yummy.... ;) First of all, let me give credit to this awesome piece from Planet Waves for the oh-so-clever "pool party in Pisces" imagery. And second--I'm a Pisces! I don't write something every time the Sun changes signs - the only other time I did it was for Scorpio, my rising sign - so maybe this is a self-indulgent post. But anyway... Welcome to Pisces season!
Yes, the necessary revolution around our relationship to the feminine is only just beginning. But we can give ourselves a moment to breathe out. This evening, Venus enters the sign of Pisces. I believe this will be a welcome release for almost all of us, a loosening of some bonds surrounding the feminine archetype. Personal planets change signs pretty frequently, and don't always merit a post (at least by me! I could never keep up), but this one feels significant. Venus is ex
As we pause for a breather between two eclipses, it's a good moment to check in with the themes they're bringing up. In my last post, I mentioned rapids as a metaphor for an eclipse. Right now we're in the midpoint between two of them, a moment that is both potent and precarious. We just dropped out of last week's lunar eclipse in Leo, where the Moon was conjunct the asteroid Ceres. Ceres is a complex archetype, but she often shows up as a mother or a mother figure. For many