Pisces Disseminating Moon
—June 19

Where are you these days?

Physically, spiritually, emotionally, literally…

Are you where you would like to be?

Remember, the moon represents our comforts, our versions of what a security blanket represents, our preferences, and our baseline habits… so if you’re not feeling secure these days, I would imagine—regarding the upcoming celestial forecasting—that you’re not feeling as comfortable or optimistic as you’d prefer to be feeling…

Securities are evaporating, disappearing, and dissolving…

Today may be a day you’ll want to—or need to—voice some of your concerns, or some of your ideals rather, toward your needs, toward your needs of these securities that are fading… particularly those which would redirect you toward new goals, new destinations, new perspectives, new environs—with the capacity of literally changing your life.

With that which fades—new beginnings are offered, however impossible it may feel upon its onset…

Shamanic astrologer Raven Kaldera suggests asking yourself, upon this moon, because “it’s best to use this phase as a time to discover where your frontline limits are… at what point do you become uncomfortable and begin to dislike the whole proceeding?—at what point do you take pride in your ability to sacrifice and suffer?—as soon as you feel these things, stop… if that isn’t far enough along for you—if, for example, you never make it off your couch—consider how you could get yourself to a point of being able to give cleanly and without special emotion toward any sacrifice that needs to be made…”

Milan Kundera writes in his book, Ignorance, that “the Greek word for ‘return’ is nostos [and] algos means ‘suffering’… so nostalgia is the suffering caused by an unappeased yearning to return.”

It’s amazing—in its most literal definition—what we take for granted each day, in every way—particularly when our human hearts keep us submerged and seemingly stranded in the pasts of our faded and falsifying memories, and what we think we remember of What Was…

It’s amazing what we hold on to, simply toward the sentiment of ‘one day…’

I get it—easier said than done sometimes… but today is a day to recognize what needs to be done.

It is strange how we hold on to the pieces of the past while we wait for our futures…❞
——Ally Condie

🖋️ by Jamie James; 📷 by seamlessoo

Goldsmith, M. “The Zodiac by Degrees.” Weiser Books; ©2004.
Hill, L. “360 Degrees of Wisdom.” A Plume Book; ©2004.
Kaldera, R. “Moon Phase Astrology.” Destiny Books; ©2011.

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