Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Pluto turns Retrograde




The big note for this week is happening today.
Pluto is doing his annual backward move and turning retrograde at 9 degrees Capricorn.

As I wrote back on new moon:


Pluto normally spends half the year in retrograde and on April 10th he will turn around and head back from 9 degrees of Capricorn to 7 degrees. We might have a bit more insecurity on the 10th but Pluto is equally comfortable going forward as backwards. Given Pluto’s nature is to dig in deep and find the issue, a case can be made he might even prefer the retrograde period! Anyway, we can use the next five months to once again sort through solutions we need to improve our infrastructures. Remember, like the story of the Princess and the Pea, Pluto is the princess and no matter how many mattresses are stacked up Pluto will find the miniscule pea. Especially if the pea is making everything ‘off’. Watch what peas come up between now and September.


For more info check out Lynn Koiner's write up. Very informative!

http://www.lynnkoiner.com/astrology-articles/pluto-retrograde



Then on Friday the 13th we begin Last Quarter Moon.


Last Quarter moon: Now we do the final adjustments to the seeds we planted on new. The final call, the final letters to send, we follow all the trails that came up that still make sense. And we let the other parts lay fallow. It is a time of action but wise action. It is a time for living “The serenity prayer”

God, grant me the Serenity
to accept the things
I cannot change Courage to change the
things I can, and the
Wisdom to know the difference.


Focus on: What actions are you taking that speak to your place out in the greater world? What do you have on your treasure map that needs you moving out there? Where are you putting yourself out in front of the public? What can you do that tells the world, “I’m here and I count and I have something to offer?”

3 comments:

  1. I enjoy your site, and thought this might be of interest--if the sun and the moon can do this, what else? (OK, this has nothing to do with Pluto ;)

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/10/science/a-new-look-at-natures-role-in-the-titanics-sinking.html?_r=2&hpw

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  2. Yes, my husband told me about this article!
    I'll post tomorrow.
    Thank you for the link.

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