Friday, January 15, 2016

Crescent Moon Phase: persevere

Moon in Aries

Aspect of the Aeon Sophia (Wisdom): Kali, Goddess of Endings and Beginnings

Aspect of the Aeon Thelete (Will/Desire): Seth, God of the North, God of Enlightenment

Skill: surrender to what is being released

True Alignments: emulation, courage, time for relaxation, heightened creativity through expressing emotions, pressure release, cautious, care for others' feelings, the bearable lightness of being, acceptance of self, random acts of kindness, exploration (of self and truth of self), catching up

Catalysts for Change: emotional outbursts, road rage, not playing well with others, shocks and drastic changes, issues with self worth, perfectionism, cutting deeply with words, fooling ourselves and others, cowardice, making mischief, mental fog or confusion, instinctual reactions, rash decisions, acting out

Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month: "a hidden choir singing during a religious service" (unity, harmony, unseen assistance)

Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: "the music of the spheres" (recalibration of human consciousness)

I have always endeavored to "keep it real" with the Oracle Report, and today is one of those days where there is a need to call it like it is, bare as it is.

Brace for a day of shift.  Today, a special combination of the Moon, Black Moon, Uranus, and Pluto all direct their attention toward one thing: dissolution.

Dissolution of the old, the outworn, the past, the shadows sides, the things that no longer hold our highest and best course "go down."  You may feel like you are going down with them, especially if you have the Sun, Black Moon, or Chiron in Aries or Libra.  It is a process of release, and it goes deeply.

Today is not just a regular "Black Moon day," one of the few days each month when people's shadow sides tend to come out; it is a "Super Black Moon Day."  This is due to the Black Moon, Pluto, and Uranus in tight aspect, and the Moon triggering it off.

Deep inside of us and all across the world, transformation (Pluto), change (Uranus), and rebirth (Black Moon) are being experienced in massive ways.  Humans respond to the onslaught of energies with generalized or unconscious anger, fear, depression, and despondency, among other things. 

Since the Black Moon and the Moon are involved, those feelings are not understood and the natural response is to project them onto others.  It's an overwhelm, but the highest octave or design is to shift consciousness.  In other words, it serves it help us see and do things a different way by loosening or dissolving what is blocking us.

Uranus' involvement may emphasize a "shock" component.

The dynamic builds in intensity throughout the day, reaching a peak at 11:17 pm ET Friday night/2:17 am UT Saturday morning, and tapering as the Moon completes its transit through Aries at 49 minutes after midnight ET Saturday night/05:49 am UT Sunday.  The Moon will then move into Taurus, easing off of the power-house outer planets.

The primary energetic that is in effect is the Black Moon, which is at the very last bits of the Sabian symbol of "a boat landing stands in need of reconstruction."  All of this leads to reconstruction -- rebirth and renaissance. 

This is the thing to remember:  it's an astrological transit that will end.  Until then, we ride it out, and to the best of our ability, set our sights on the underlying truth that rebirth is happening.  And that is something that warms us during the storm.

After all, loosening up what is limiting us, releasing what is blocking us, and dissolving the past are really good things, aren't they?

And, don't forget that we have unseen assistance -- a "hidden choir singing" the music of the spheres.

If someone or something hurts you today, it is because they are hurting inside.  This is true everyday; it's just much stronger today.

If you do not have a lot of "cardinal" energy in your astrological chart (meaning your planets do not lean in the signs of Aries, Cancer, Libra, or Capricorn), the day will not be as challenging for you.  This means you can help others by just understanding  what is happening, giving people wide berth, and not taking it personally.

Wise owls practice dealing with their own feelings as opposed to unleashing them onto others.  It is a quiet, graceful, inner discipline.  And it is honorable.  Let's be gentle with ourselves and others.

We hold the line -- hold the space -- while the old dissolves and the new is under construction.