As we near the inevitable astrological pairing of Uranus and Pluto, along with the direct movement of Saturn, I and many of my more sensitive clients have noticed a few things. People seem to already be in panic mode of one sort or another, taking everything on and becoming pretty damn reactive. This aspect is once in a lifetime, and serves to literally force us to choose between that which pleases us and that which serves the greater good of humanity, the planet, and our respective relationships.
Not to sound dire or anything like that, but it’s some pretty serious shit. Channeling to come tomorrow night.
I have been drawn to this word idiosyncrasy when trying to describe to people how the energy feels to me. It’s unique, that’s for sure, and very no nonsense — very strong at the core, acting a battering ram and a funnel all in one. But when I looked it up, I found out that the word derives from Ancient Greek meaning “one’s own” with “mixture.”
That sounds like something that would be ready and able to meld a bit, to let some personal things go in order for the whole to thrive. But so far, and we’re not even to the meat of the aspect yet, my experience has been that most are still looking out for themselves, feeling sorry for their inability to get what they want every second of every hour, and giving very little thought to the idea of the collective.
With aspects this strong, we don’t really have a choice. Planets are always going to be bigger and stronger than we are. So it’s always best to cooperate with them as best we can. This blog was started nearly a year ago with the thought of looking for what’s beautiful in the world on a daily basis, what’s hidden behind all the stress and inability to see beyond our own issues. It’s somehow fitting that the blog will end as this aspect applies which, if we’re not aware and intentional, could rob us of that ability to see beyond, to the very truth of our being.
We do not need to be idiots (derived from that same root of “one’s own”). This was a huge diss in their culture, because not taking part in the communal aspects of life was considered a detriment for the entire society. We need to melt a little, to give up something in order to take part of what we need. To not do so is to love ourselves and the next guy less, and that ends up serving no one.