Sunday, December 28, 2014

First Quarter Moon: Aries VS Capricorn

This week starts with a 1st quarter moon.  The first and last quarter moons are always where we push ourselves harder.  This is true of every lunar cycle but arguably the quarters are a bit more tense on the cardinal lunar cycles such as Capricorn.   
What did we plant a week ago on the New Moon?   What did we learn during Crescent Phase a few days ago?  And now, where do we need to push ourselves?   What actions can we take that support the seeds and goals we planted on New Moon? 

Remember this quarter moon is pushed by Moon in  Aries.   This is about you and me doing some shit alone.   We have to go solo somewhere.   We have to lead ourselves.   How does it make things better?  How does it make things clearer?   How do we learn something?    Do you get that you need to go it alone? 

First Quarter Moon
December 28
1:31pm EST

Focus on:  What actions can YOU take to build up your career and your place in the world?  Not someone else, but YOU?   How are you carving your own way?  What is your agenda?  What actions are your taking that break you out from the old patterns?

Special focus
12/29 Mercury semisq Neptune:  Things that are said may not be true.  Tread very carefully. 

On Friday we move into 
Gibbous Moon
January 1
4:06am  EST  

We refine our information.  We pick and choose, we discriminate, and we organize to be ‘Virgo’ like.  We sort through details.  Have we missed something?  How are we sifting through the information?  Go back and make sure something hasn’t been neglected.  Refine our actions. 

Focus on:

How are we refining our money?  How are we refining our things, our properties?  How are we sorting through the clutter of ‘stuff’?  What is of value and what is just stuff?    How are we planting seeds in real dirt that will grow real roots?   Where are wasting our time?   And more importantly why are we wasting time?  

1/1: Mars opp Jupiter:   Actions for others versus actions for self is challenged.  Who is behaving selfishly?  Who is behaving altruistically?  And are either of them right?  Are either of them wrong?   How to find balance can be challenging.

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