astrology for july 2 2014, creating order, horoscope july 2 2014, Moon in Virgo, Moon sextile Pluto, solving mysteries
“We adore chaos because we love to produce order.” M. C. Escher
While many of us may have a distinct preference for order over chaos, being able to actually design or decipher that order, in the face of challenging disarray, can often seem like a gargantuan task for some us to accomplish, at least initially, as we begin to sort through the mayhem to see exactly what we have going on under the heap.
Fortunately, today’s Moon in “logical, systematic” Virgo can serve as a jump-start to help us lay claim to the “natural order of things.” The Virgo energy, which symbolically governs the digestive system in the body, naturally has an affinity for breaking things down into manageable, bite-size parts. Too, once elements are dis-assembled or broken down, we are better able to see how all the individual pieces fit together to form the whole of something. We also simultaneously learn where things need to be sequenced or pieced together, in the future, so that we can have more of a flowing or proper order around us.
With intellectual Mercury, the ruler of today’s Virgo Moon, also now direct, as of yesterday, in “curious” Gemini, even though it’s still in its shadow phase for two more weeks, this forward motion of the “Winged Messenger” can further help us with our problem-solving faculties, as our thoughts and ideas take on greater clarity. Additionally, the Virgo Moon’s sextile to “investigative” Pluto, this evening (6:20 pm EDT), bodes well for our ability to solve mysteries, as it primes us to go below the surface of things and take a peak at what is hidden. This may also be a good time to attempt to locate lost or misplaced items. Moon-Pluto aspects can also be advantageous for healing applications or energy re-alignments, especially with the Moon positioned in Virgo, the sign of health and nutrition.
What one action could you take today to help get your assorted affairs in order?
Famous July 2 Birthdays: Richard Petty, Herman Hesse.
“We are sun and moon, dear friend; we are sea and land. It is not our purpose to become each other; it is to recognize each other, to learn to see the other and honor him for what he is: each the other’s opposite and complement.” – Herman Hesse, Narcissus and Goldmund
Enjoy your Wednesday!
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