I came upon a humorous meme the other day, suggesting that 2022 will be ‘2020, too’… and happily, the collective consciousness is on to something—however, it will be much more of a repeat of 2021, not 2020.
This may please some of you… for others, it still may not be an easy swallow—particularly if you’re still insisting on clinging to (and choking on) No Longer.
With Saturn in Aquarius another year, Uranus still erupting in Taurus, Neptune still blurring the rational in Pisces, and Pluto moving through its last degrees of Capricorn—with the US chart enduring its Pluto return (not once, but three times in 2022!)—I’m going to be brutally honest with you—these are not ‘happy’ placements.
More so, these placements are effectively confrontational and transformative…
Jupiter in Pisces until mid-May should help buffer a bit, though… or exponentially enable that which is already audaciously ineffective—time will tell.
Truly, however metaphorically, we’ve been traipsing through the long dark night of the soul of a collective consciousness, since roughly 2018—through which we’ve been asked to pick through the decay, to keep the tools that will still serve… and leave behind to honor that which is no longer useful, relevant, meaningful, or vital.
However, when it comes down to it—regardless of from whichever perspective you’re considering from—the foundational meaning that is trying to emerge and thrive through the surface, into a new consciousness, is not a happy event—it’s simply a necessary event, which needs to be honored appropriately.
What were some of your main themes through 2021?
What were you trying to accomplish, or actually accomplishing, through 2021?
What challenged you through 2021?
What pleasantly surprised you through 2021?
What delighted you, or lit you up, in 2021?
Reflect back upon these themes, narratives, and circumstances as these are your guiding lines through 2021—that which was harsh could feel a bit harsher through 2021… though, that which was delightful could be that much more enhanced in loveliness.
The energies for 2022 remind me of that poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, through which we’ll look back and reflect upon 2022 from some faraway day, “when it was good, it was very very good… but when it was bad it was horrid.”
May 2022 be transformative for you—in all the most delightful of ways.
❝For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice.❞ ——T.S. Eliot
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