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“Why is it that when one man builds a wall, the next man immediately needs to know what’s on the other side?” George R. R. Martin


Curiosity can be a great thing. It offers us a way to be energetically engaged with our surroundings. Curiosity also fuels discovery and growth. It literally means we are eager to investigate and learn more. Today’s placement of the Moon in inquisitive Gemini is a perfect chance for us to fully employ our curiosity and venture beyond our current limits of understanding or knowledge.

Too, what is extra special about this day, and also a natural complement to the inquiring Gemini Moon, is that we have utilitarian Saturn sextile insightful Pluto. This is an ongoing influence that will be repeated in 2013 on March 8 and September 21. This aspect provides us with a solid foundation (Saturn) for being able to cut right through to the core of things (Pluto). Or, to get at the very heart of the matter of whatever it is that we want to explore.

Saturn-Pluto is an excellent influence for any type of detective work, problem-solving, or research. Or, for simply taking stock of matters. For instance, now might be a very good time to conduct a personal review of 2012, evaluating the highs and lows of the year. Saturn-Pluto is very good for taking corrective measures of any kind, or for fixing what’s broken. Pluto also gives a certain finesse in dealing with those scenarios of a more extreme or crisis-type nature. Saturn-Pluto is an aspect of transformation, or shape-shifting. This influence can also make us very motivated about achieving our goals (Saturn) and spreading our sphere of influence (Pluto) in the world. It is also excellent for figuring out how to best manage our resources.

Interestingly, on a collective level, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are also suppose to resume their talks this week about how to avert a fiscal cliff, which is reportedly set to take place January 1, if nothing is done. Hopefully, this Saturn-Pluto sextile will be a beneficial backdrop for arriving at some solutions to this suspenseful dilemma. Pluto rules debt and taxes, and is in Capricorn, the sign of government. Saturn is also in Pluto-ruled Scorpio, the sign of shared resources. To add some more intrigue or complication, Saturn and Pluto are both in awkward alignment (quinqunx) to intemperate Jupiter, the planet which also happens to rule politicians. 🙂

How would you like to reshape your world in 2013?

Famous December 26 Birthdays: Phil Spector, Richard Winmark, Steve Allen, Henry Miller.

“Everything we shut our eyes to, everything we run away from, everything we deny, denigrate, or despise, serves to defeat us in the end.” Henry Miller

Enjoy your Wednesday!


Patrice Thompson is a Life Coach/Strategist for women in mid-life. 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 and spiritual development, relationships, career, and business. For more information on her coaching services you may email her at: CoachPatrice@aol.com.

Copyright 2012

Source Notes:

sunset: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1409521

Miller: http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/147.Henry_Miller

Birthdays: http://www.astro.com/

Martin: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/curiosity

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