Monthly Archives: December, 2009
In the midst of holiday celebrations also come endings-of yet another year. What is “outside of us” appears to be dead. Trees have gone barren and plants sleep, buried deeply beneath the surface of the earth. We, too, need to go to sleep-to take the time to explore our inner realms. We round an astrological […]
Here it is again…like taxes and death–Mercury goes retrograde. Everyone groans and shudders in horror, hoping that flights aren’t canceled or delayed, that their computer doesn’t have a breakdown or there won’t be a communication glitch with their sweetheart or co-worker. Mercury sure does get a bad rap when it takes a powder from business-as-usual. And when the cosmic traffic cop isn’t doing his normal job directing the flow of information, he’s chillin’. We should be, too.
I had such an amazing time in Zihuatanejo, Mexico (sister to Ixtapa, a tourist city built by the Mexican government)–and got so charged up by its simple values, love of the land, sense of abundance–that I decided to pretend that I’d been born there and see how that changed my natal birthchart. This is done […]