Friday, November 21, 2014

Balsamic Moon Phase: field transformation

Moon in Scorpio

Ruling Mahavidya: Kamala (Goddess of Assurance/Goddess of Passion)

Skill: be receptive to messages

Negative Imprint: envy, contempt, extremes, immaturity and prematurity, foolish risks, mass effects, tricks, drama

Positive Imprint: changes at the core level, something revealed, grace, shifting, new responses, stability, impeccability

On the eve of the New Moon in Sagittarius, the Wisdom Goddess Kamala draws aside two veils that closed the entrance to a sacred pathway. This is the second time this month that she has invited us into new levels of consciousness and experience.  She opens deeper possibilities and opportunities.

Today she asks that we walk into tomorrow's new lunar month (and all of the possibilities opportunities it will bring) with renewed vitality.  She asks that we walk through the entrance to the next month with restored passion for pursuing what makes our hearts sing.  She asks that we remember.  She asks that we maintain the spirit of boldly going forward toward our destiny.

But today's energy can also go crazy.  The Sun is located at a degree that brings out madness.  It also brings out immaturity, the need to be the center of attention, and the desire to overindulge.

On the higher octave, beautiful forms can be made - forms of anything.

Connecting with what is real and immediate is a pervasive intention, but today it is even more important.  Nature is always the primary source for what is real and immediate, but there are also people, places, and things that are real and immediate for us.  We want to stay on track with what is truly valuable to us.

Finally, messages are falling down like leaves.  They are marking the way to the sacred pathway that Kamala is opening for each of us.  Be open to receiving them.

I would like to thank Janet Hickox for having me on her show "Living Astrology" last night to talk about the Black Moon moving into Virgo.  If you missed it, click the link below to listen to the archive: