Saturday, September 17, 2011

How's Pluto feeling these days?

After a 5 month retrograde, Pluto turned direct on Friday.

I spoke about Pluto turning direct back on the Virgo New Moon.

And on September 16 Pluto will end its retrograde and turn direct. Again, do you see a theme? Let’s go over it---The Sun and Moon in Virgo are in a grand trine with Jupiter and Pluto and then Jupiter turns retrograde and then later Pluto ends its retrograde and turns direct. Both planets from the grand trine make direction changes? Wow.

We are definitely put on notice to pay attention! Globally, Pluto in Cap is overhauling our businesses and our governments. Personally our own leadership is being challenged. Meaning, are we leading where we need to lead? Or are we spinning our wheels? Are we leading our family but they aren’t listening? Are we leading our community but they have a deaf ear?

Or maybe we are looking off in the future and we can see we should come up with Plan B. Pluto wants to help shed any fears and sometimes does it ruthlessly. However, the positive energy of the grand trine will support us in releasing any fears we about a Plan B. Remember, to come up with Plan B means that we have assessed that Plan A is showing wear and tear. Here’s where the dexterity of Virgo is helpful, perhaps some of us have stuck to Plan A even when it is no longer serves us. Virgo’s willing to work and his shrewd eye gives us confidence to come up with a new plan for our future.

I was poking around and saw a nice little write up about Pluto over here at VirgoMagic.

Go to the link for the whole write up. But here is a snippet.

Pluto in Capricorn (2008-2024) specifically stirs up themes around commitment, integrity, responsibility, time, career, ambition, success and worldly power. What are you really committed to, and what are you responsible for? Are you devoting time and energy to what you say you’re committed to? Is your work in the world aligned with your soul’s mission? What does success mean to you, and what are you willing to do to achieve it?

As Pluto stations — appears to stand still in the sky before changing directions — these themes come into focus. And as Pluto starts moving forward again, it’s time to take action on the truths that you’ve uncovered during this Retrograde. Yes, feel those icky feelings that arise, grieve the past, forgive yourself and others — and then move on. Capricorn is an uber-pragmatic Earth sign, and Pluto in Capricorn wants you to simply take the next step toward your goals.

1 comment:

  1. Speaking of Pluto, you may want to read this week's letter on the stock market.