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“The cause is hidden. The effect is visible to all.” Ovid


Today, the illuminating Sun is conjunct mysterious, intense Pluto, the symbolic ruler of the subconscious. This configuration has been compared to shining a bright light into a dark cave. We may suddenly become aware of deeper motivations, realities, or facts that were previously absent from our radar screen.

Too, it’s possible that some of what has been hidden or obscured from our view may have been due to a conscious effort, on our part, to not want to acknowledge certain things about ourselves. However, as Carl Jung once astutely stated, “What you resist persists.” It is really only when we have the courage to examine what we don’t want to look at, that we have a chance of finally putting the matter to bed and moving on. Sun-Pluto can also be very healing and transforming, especially when we are willing to face our fears or insecurities. It is also a time when we may want to fix or repair objects that are broken.

On another level, Sun-Pluto also tends to firm up our resolve or will. We can become very passionate now about going after what we want.  Also, on the flip side, we can become keenly aware of what we don’t want any more in our lives and we are not afraid to cut the strings now.

On the shadow side, there can also be a greater chance for power struggles or manipulations to ensue, with this influence, as our egos may be more unwilling to back off from our positions. What we may want to do now, to avoid wading into this sort of behavior, is to consciously seek out a spirit of compromise with each other. See what it is that we can all agree on. To help us out here, too, is a cooperative Sun-Saturn sextile. This constructive influence can inspire us to be more methodical and disciplined in our approach, more willing to delay immediate gratification in favor of obtaining our long-term goals. “As we get past our superficial material wants and instant gratification we connect to a deeper part of ourselves, as well as to others, and the universe.” Judith Wright

Famous People with Sun conjunct Pluto: Martha Stewart, Mick Jagger, Patrick Swayze, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross.

Famous December 30 Birthdays: Tiger Woods, Heidi Fleiss, Rudyard Kipling.

“Borrow trouble for yourself, if that’s your nature, but don’t lend it to your neighbors.” Rudyard Kipling

What could you commit to today that would likely move you forward, closer to your dreams?


Patrice Thompson is a Life Coach/Intuitive 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 development, relationships, career, and business. Also, cosmic coaching on your birthchart. For more information on her coaching services you may email her at: CoachPatrice@aol.com

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Source Notes:

sun conjunct pluto people: http://www.cafeastrology.com/natal/sunplutoaspects.html

galaxy landscape: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1382364

Kipling: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/r/rudyard_kipling.html

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

Ovid: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/hidden

Wright: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/gratification.html

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