Virgo Gibbous Moon—April 3

What happens when a Virgo moon is frustrated?

First of all, let’s consider what exactly frustrates a Virgo moon…

Messes. Disorganization. Lack of preparedness. Avoidable and preventable lessons and/or mistakes. Anything not labeled.

Note that I did not suggest any frustration toward chaos—because Virgoan energies live for chaos, because chaos allows a Virgo moon, particularly, to feel immensely relevant, and this is spiritual fuel… this is like a love letter from All That Is.

Where there is chaos is a need for order.

All of the suggestions I offered are typically avoidable, preventable, and/or otherwise unnecessary… messes are the result of carelessness; disorganization can be organized; anything not labeled can be labeled, within reason.

One cannot plan or prepare for chaos, not exactly.

Virgo learns through understanding, which occurs through the very particularly present process of organizing, improving, labeling, compartmentalizing, and ultimately, thereby creating space for further growth, learning and understanding.

With Virgoan energies—there is always, always a solution… always an order.

Virgo thrives on solutions, because solutions are possibilities.

But sometimes… the solution becomes frustrated, which is to say eruptive. Sometimes the solution, itself, is a congested chaos. Sometimes the messes are actually worth their weight in gold, and sometimes the disorganization is to our benefit.

Today could offer a frustrated eruption to clean up and organize, learn from and make new space for the über valuable lava flow, pouring through all the crevices and valleys of your habits, preferences, trigger points and compulsions…

This is in an effort to ‘bring back the self… to its normal condition.’

What is coming out from within?

What can be transformed through this?

Where does your relief lie?

How can you learn from a blessed mess?

Could frustrations be overcome through experiencing them in a new way, through a new perspective, labeled as something else?

Is it worth, maybe, not even cleaning it up—but taking the time to learn from the fractures and understand the source?

Do you feel as though whatever outburst you’re experiencing could have been planned, prepared, or prevented?

The society which scorns excellence in plumbing because plumbing is a humble activity, and tolerates shoddiness in philosophy because philosophy is an exalted activity, will have neither good plumbing nor good philosophy. Neither its pipes nor its theories will hold water.

—John W Gardner

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