Allison Rae: SpinLit Corner | Posted 312 days ago | July 14, 2012 | 12:49 AM | Short Link: http://sethto.us/9ye
Jul 12, 2012
It’s crazy out there. Just wild. What’s up with the planets, right?
It doesn’t seem to matter where you are, how old you are or what your belief system is, life shifted into overdrive in the past month. And it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down.
I’m hearing similar observations from people of all ages, all over the world. They describe a rumbling, churning, chaos. One woman says she feels like she’s in a blender set on “whip.” Lots of people feel uncomfortable, edgy or emotional. Anxiety is common. Bliss, too.
“Time” is a new and different concept. It seems to be speeding up, or there’s not enough of it. In this new reality, there is no time.
There we were, cruising along with the incredible lightness of being with the eclipses and Venus transit a month or so ago. The expansion was exquisite. Then the Solstice came, and a few days later Uranus and Pluto lined up for the first of seven exact squares that will continue over the next three years. Early July unleashed a fresh blast of creative flow that’s amazing if you’re in sync with it and devastating if you’re not. (Either way, it’s hard to keep up.)
There might be a collective sigh of relief with the upcoming Mercury retrograde period (July 14-August 7), except that Uranus is also stationing and will head back for another pass with Pluto. And now Mars enters the scene, forming a volatile t-square with the locked-in Uranus-Pluto square.
This won’t be your typical Mercury retrograde, but all the standard suggestions apply. It’s time for retreat, reconsideration and reorganization, plus maintenance and repairs on computers, cars and anything techno or mechancial.
I’ve been blogging about these astro configurations throughout 2012. Click here for a list of previous articles.
As an astrologer, I’d say this is our new way of life for the next three years and beyond. There’s a new normal taking shape. It’s creative and exciting – and disconcerting. I mean, who’s comfortable living in a blender?
Connecting with the pulse of creation seems to be the ticket to navigating the speeded-up, turn-on-a-dime flow these days. It’s a volatile, unpredictable adventure. Trying to control or plan much of anything is futile, but we can dream, create vision, and let the magic happen. Grounded, feet-on-the-Earth practices help, too.
Accelerated clearing is possible within this field. Emotional releases happen spontaneously. Like many others, I feel compelled to get rid of physical possessions, donating anything usable to someone who will benefit. It’s a paring down, streamlining, reorganizing, getting light so I can be more responsive.
It also seems important to commit and take action when possible. And to let go, be creative, play and have more fun.
Into the soul
Many people have questions and feel anxious about the uncertainty of the times we’re living in. How do you live your dreams amid chaos?
In my practice with individuals, I tap into the wisdom of astrology to help you see the big picture and make wise decisions as you align with the soul and natural cycles. This applies to career, health, family, relationships, finances, business, real estate, education, relocation, spiritual development and the all-important “life purpose.” Guidance is finely tuned, personal and accurate.
These days, about two-thirds of my sessions are with women and men who are turning 50 or in their late 50s. Other significant age groups include anyone in their 40s, and mid-20s through early 30s. These ages are connected with astrological cycles that everyone experiences. They’re universal rites of passage.
I specialize in life transitions and welcome the opportunity to support you or someone you love. Sessions include Astro-Shamanism, Life Path Consultations, Astro Forecasts and Relocation Readings. Click here for details and rates.
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