December 8, 2015

Numerology/Astrology for 12/9/15 – Plus Personal Blog

About the Author: Suzanne Wagner
By Published On: December 8, 2015Categories: Astrology/Numerology



Numerology/Astrology for 12/9/15
December 9th is the number 20/2. I intend today to pull everyone towards the most positive quality that is expressed in the number 2. And that would be balanced judgment through intuitive awareness. Yes, you will see the duality in everything. There will always be good/bad, joy/sorrow, love/hate, and rich/poor. But it is your ability to feel and use emotions in a constructive and balanced way that will allow the negativity to move through you and into a form that allows you to become the peacemaker, the artist, and the diplomat. It is essential for you to discipline the mind because your fear will allow you to make mistakes. And right now that is what you need to avoid. When you take the stance of a pessimist your responses will allow confusion to move through with the fear. Yes, you need to pay attention and be awake but you also need to be a calm center in the storms of energy hitting you. Objectivity is the only way to navigate this minefield in your life. You can do it. Just remember that you want to look back on this moment and be a person who recognized that your inner clarity and center made all the choices rather than allowing your fear to color your perceptions and cause you to react rather than respond. The Sun forms a square with Chiron early morning, and the desire to learn and grow through experiences and through others is strong. You may be hampered by a lack of confidence or a fear of being different. You might experience a lack of faith in your own decisions. You could too easily follow others’ leads due to self-doubt, or simply to please them and out of fear of asserting your own desires. The Moon continues its transit of Scorpio until 5:26 PM EST, when it enters Sagittarius. Mercury enters Capricorn today, where it will transit until January 1st. During this cycle, your thinking is methodical and your focus is sober and practical. It is easier to concentrate on the task at hand under this influence. Your conversations may be quite realistic or focused on business/practical matters. You’re thought patterns and communication styles become more logical, orderly, and organized. You are more able to sort out what is relevant and essential. Realism enters the picture, your speech is no-nonsense, and precision becomes important. You need to be wary of becoming too rigid in your thinking. You may come across as cold or harsh. For some, there is fine line between realism and pessimism.
~Suzanne Wagner~

I am inviting you to go deeper, to learn and to practice so that you become someone who has a great capacity for being solid, calm, and without fear, because our society needs people like you who have these qualities, and your children, our children, need people like you, in order to go on, in order to become solid, and calm, and without fear.
~ Thích Nhất Hạnh ~

What is the legacy you want to leave for your children and the world? Do you want to be a part of the fear pattern that is infecting the civility of our world? Or do you want to be one of the few and the brave that speak for the core principals that this country was founded upon and is striving to maintain in this moment. In the 1960’s my mother and her friend walked in a peace rally for civil rights in Dallas, Texas. My mother is not a brave person. The fact that she walked in Dallas Texas at that time as one of the very few white women is something that makes me proud. My mother saw the inequality happening and knew that she needed to take a stand for the rights of African Americans and in her mind “All Americans”. Her belief was that, “America stands for what is good and right. America stands as a country that is to show an example that all people can live together in a place of acceptance and peace.” Right now those phrases are at risk of being lost in the patterns of fear and projections. I was a child in Dallas when the Vietnamese Boat People arrived and I remember how horribly they were treated in my hometown. I remember how frightened they were as they were being called condescending names because of the Vietnam wars and the anger and rage from those wars. But I also remember our government attempting to hold up the constitution and at least try to do the right thing for a group who had been so abused that they were also running away from their country in boats to survive. I understand that there are those out there who have fear but it is the duty of our elected Congressmen and women to hold the line of the Constitution, not to tear it apart and shred it as some worthless piece of paper. And it is up to those that elect those officials to let them know that they work “Of the People, By the People, and For the People”. And that means for all the people.
~Suzanne Wagner~

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