“One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.” John F. Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963)
A New Moon in “hopeful” Sagittarius, the sign of the archer (7:32 am EST), encourages us to go forward in the “direction of our dreams.” Sagittarius is ruled by Jupiter, the planet of optimism and growth. Too, because our individual aspirations are often shaped, in large part, by the personal beliefs that we hold – an area that Sagittarius also governs – now, is an excellent time to reflect upon the deeper constructs or origins of our beliefs, and how they may, or may not be, serving us. Psychologists say that many of us have core beliefs about ourselves that we’re totally unaware of.
It’s interesting, too, that even if we may believe that something is “out of our reach” for us, for whatever reason, simply by going in the direction of it, we immediately begin to give momentum to the matter. Rumi once said, “What you seek is seeking you.” Sort of like, what we aim for also has us in its bull’s-eye. All we need to do is keep the faith, stay the course, and eventually we’ll get together.
Since this lunation is forming a square to “elusive” Neptune, the planet of fantasy and deception, we also want to, ideally, make sure that, “whatever we’re in pursuit of,” now, is something that’s going to positively support us well, in the long-run; that this dream or desire ties in favorably with our core values and the long-term vision that we have for ourselves, and is not just a pipedream. Sometimes, a shadow side of Neptune is that we want to “glamorize” reality, instead of looking at it squarely in the face, and embracing it.
Too, with “thinker” Mercury squaring “grandiose” Jupiter, today, it’s a bit easier for us to get carried away with our thoughts and ideas, as well as to gloss over the details. Basketball Coach John Wooden, once, wisely noted, “It’s the little details (Saturn) that are vital. Little things make big things (Jupiter) happen.” A sentiment that we may want to keep in the forefront, now.
Whatever house that “zero degrees Sagittarius,” falls in our personal birth chart, is also the specific area of life that is being impacted or energized by this New Moon event. That’s also where we’ll want to move outside our comfort zone.
Question for Today: What would be a huge “leap of faith” for you to believe about yourself, and why?
Famous November 22 Birthdays: Jamie Lee Curtis, Oscar Pistorius, Boris Becker, Billie Jean King, Rodney Dangerfield
“My wife and I were happy for twenty years. Then we met.” Rodney Dangerfield
Happy New Moon Blessings to you!
Grunge Burst photo: http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1396333
Diana Cazado fountaine in Mexico City 2 photo: http://www.freeimages.com/photo/920004
House action: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Current_events
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