Monday, 12 September 2011

Love Wisdom and the Full Pisces Moon September '11

Full magical psychic 19Pisces Moon coming up tonight/tomorrow 12th September at 10:26bst ~> Healing planets are tuning into the collective 'field' of the (un)conscious _(♥)_

Receptive, inclusive and virtuous GODDESS power is now full to the max, activating LOVE WISDOM with humane Virgo Sun still shining with Spirit Sun, opposite sensitive Moon conjunct Earth Mother Ceres, who are in devoted and mystical Pisces.  With 'The Lights' in square to the Moon’s nodes, this full HARVEST MOON presents a Mutable Grand Cross, symbolising our willingness to absorb the experience of this mega YIN moment, seed our future, and awaken consciousness to planetary awareness. 

Mercury is our agent during a mutable cross: Planet of the mind, Mercury, is now even in a most excellent Grand Earth Trine, exalted in Virgo (& in mundane astro-world a symbol of banking), stabilising through helpful (if only we would let it) Jupiter in Taurus (sign of Venus) in very good aspect to transformational Pluto.

Astral tip: Tune into dreams and listen to the message of the night, as the light of these moonbeams can reveal a previously hidden universal Divinity.
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Yoga, prayer, dance & meditation empower the Pisces Moon.

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From Robert Beer's book on Tibetan symbols (brackets are mine):
"The two (Pisces) fishes originally represented the two main sacred rivers of India - the Ganges and Yamuna. These rivers are associated with the lunar and solar channels which originate in the nostrils and carry the alternating rhythms of breath or prana. They have religious significance in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist traditions but also in Christianity (the sign of the fish, the feeding of the five thousand). In Buddhism, the fish symbolize happiness as they have complete freedom of movement in the water. They represent fertility and abundance. Often drawn in the form of carp which are regarded in the Orient as sacred on account of their elegant beauty, size and life-span."

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