Entries by Risena S. Isavanejira

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Coming up August 11 2019 Vocation in the Chart – a New Perspective on Career Development.

As we examine the Soul Journey in our chart, we can identify our skillset and vocational orientation. This can be the Job “that pays the bill,” or perhaps a greater calling we are meant to follow. Astrology can be of tremendously help when our clients, our family, or perhaps our own selves, go through a career transition or when younger people receive the guidance early on to get on the path they are truly meant to follow.Maurice will speak about a NEW approach to understanding vocational dynamics in the chart, and will use examples to illustrate these dynamics.

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NEPTUNE STATIONS DIRECT – OUT OF CHAOS EMERGES CLARITY

King of the oceans, the Roman Neptune (Greek Poseidon) rules primarily the seas and all other waterways, earthquakes, and horses.
Water shape shifts; it flows; such fluidity helps us all adjust, fill, buoy or, more negatively, drown. Ergo, Neptune’s not exactly a black and white kinda energy…
Often, water correlates to mood, intuition, sensitivity, and empathy. Represented by the ebb and flow of the ocean’s waves as the tide rises and recedes, Neptune’s indicative of a collectively eternal situation that calls for a certain amount of surrender in order to go with the natural flow…

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The Sacred Dance of Venus and Mars continues

The dance that the celestial lovers create in the sky mirrors our relationship patterns. This interplay also reflects their roles as key archetypes of feminine and masculine energy.

The fact that Venus and Mars are on opposite sides of the Earth in the solar system mirrors their astrological rulership as opposing signs of the zodiac. They are also opposing forces in physics in their association as metals copper and iron. In every aspect of their relationship they work in unison, always as a pair of opposites.