Did you hear about the blackout that happened in New York City this past weekend? Just before 7 pm, darkness befell a swath of Manhattan (coincidentally on the 42nd anniversary of the 1977 massive blackout). While the latter lasted more than one day, effected more than 9 million people, this one lasted several hours and impacted about 70,000 building sites.Read More
Yesterday, Mercury began its retrograde cycle in Leo, the sign of art, heart, and love.Read More
This year’s Capricorn Full Moon is also a Lunar Eclipse. Remember that even if we can’t see an Eclipse in the sky, these celestial events are potent harbingers of illumination in our lives. Things may seem as if they are coming to fruition as we may be sensing that we are experiencing the outcome of steps previously taken.Read More
Reflections on the Solar Eclipse, the beginning of Mercury Retrograde, and Mars roaring into LeoRead More
A pair of shoes.
This feels like an apt image for the beginning of the week, one that begins with Venus in Gemini making a square alignment with Neptune in Pisces.Read More
This month’s New Moon is also a Solar Eclipse. Even if we can’t see an Eclipse in the sky where we live, these celestial events are renowned for being very powerful in the way in which they can impact our lives.Read More
Happy Birthday, Cancer! Enjoy your birthday bouquet!Read More
Unearth. Dismantle. Transform.
These are just some of the powerful invitations we are currently being called to embrace this year and next, reflective of the Saturn/Pluto Conjunction coloring the kairos now through 2020, and which we will explore in this online AstroSalon.Read More
Join me for an AstroSalon on July 17 at The Cloud Room in Seattle to explore the themes of unearthing, dismantling and transformation that are guiding us this year and next.Read More
On the one hand, things may feel really fluid, as if we’re floating from here to there. A softness may seem to permeate our mind and our hearts, and the edges of things may seem more rounded than sharp, with differentiations seeming more subtle than stringent.Read More