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“I shall look at you out of the corner of my eye, and you will say nothing. Words are the source of misunderstandings.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery


A Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in “communication” Gemini today, at 6 degrees (9:45 am EST), puts a spotlight on logical thinking, our conversations or exchanges with others, and information gathering and sharing. With the Sun also in opposing Sagittarius, we are made aware of how our personal beliefs and biases (Sagittarius) can creep into our thought process (Gemini) and correspondingly color it.

Full Moons signify endings or release, while eclipses often represent critical turning points or junctures in our lives. Both provide us the opportunity for greater illumination. With this Lunar Eclipse in “cerebral” Gemini, we may find that we need to modify our beliefs and thinking now to accommodate changing scenarios, or even breakthroughs in our own consciousness.

This Eclipse is in a wide conjunction with optimistic, growth-oriented Jupiter, which can help to give us more upbeat expectations for the future. Jupiter represents our faith and hope. At the same time, with Mars conjunct Pluto in Capricorn and Venus conjunct Saturn in Scorpio, we are also very aware of the need to carefully manage the resources already in our possession now, trimming the fat or belt-tightening, wherever needed. Saturn representing the principal of conservation, Pluto governing elimination.

It’s interesting, too, that we have the talks (Gemini) going on now, on Capitol Hill, about the pending “fiscal cliff” in government (Capricorn), and what to do about it. The politicians will likely be needing to do some impressive mental gymnastics, in the days and weeks ahead, to solve the crisis.

Also, Saturn favorably sextile to Pluto, for the next month or so, should help to create a climate where some kind of resolution is possible for this situation, as these two can be extremely resourceful when they are paired together. Saturn-Pluto also symbolizing the ability to transform or alter (Pluto) the world or structures around us (Saturn). Too, Pluto specifically governs debt and taxes.

Lunar Eclipses can be felt for up to three to six months and we can also feel their impact several days in advance.

Some Gemini Moon Activities: visiting bookstores, libraries, attending lectures, speaking engagements, writing, teaching, short trips, involvement with siblings, neighbors, shopping for cars or phone equipment, sightseeing, social networking.

Happy Eclipse Blessings to you! Would also love to hear about your Eclipse stories, if you would care to comment down below.

Would you like a personal ally on your side to help you make pivotal changes in your life? Patrice Thompson is a Life Coach/Strategist for women. She helps clients design more meaningful life experiences for themselves and supports them in reaching their desired goals. Patrice offers general life coaching for personal development, relationships, career, and business. For more information on her coaching services, you may email her at: CoachPatrice@aol.com

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Source Notes:

Moon geese: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1377437

Saint-Exupery: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/communication

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