Gemini Gibbous Moon—January 4

Today is a wildly auspicious day to envision just how far you could go, just how high you could elevate yourself and your consciousness, and just how deeply you would dare to venture within yourself.

It’s important to envision these concepts in as real in detail as possible…

Again—try to put any impatience you may be experiencing into envisioning your potentials and possibilities…

Some of the keywords associated with today’s lunarly connections—to both Saturn and Neptune—include ‘potential, promise, prospect, hope, possibility, anticipation, aptitude, aspiration, and… immaturity’ which only accentuates the regard in patience—having the maturity to be patient, and hold out for the real potentials to be possible.

I get it—all of your new year resolutions, expectations, plans, and goals—there’s a lot to be done, there’s a lot to be considered… there’s a lot to be strategized. Making the moves will be more appropriate after Mercury and Mars have stationed to move directly, after January 22nd.

Try to keep in mind, particularly through today—continued from yesterday—this Gemini gibbous moon is supporting the efforts in making necessary revisions, repositioning, reprioritizing, or rethinking your plans, goals, and resolutions.

In what ways, for now, can you reach out or outreach—without actually making any moves?

The two hardest tests on the spiritual road are the patience to wait for the right moment and the courage not to be disappointed with what we encounter.

—Paulo Coelho

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