Numerology/Astrology for 10/26/15
October 26th is the number 8. Infinity. What is that concept actually? It is one of understanding that energy just changes form, dimension, and mass. There are moments when we need to be embodied and other moments when we need to take a break from this density. Life is a loop of life, death, life. The type of life may also change form but existence continues in one way or another. They can now prove that in the DNA your parents and grandparents going backwards does hold information from the lineage of your past. You are encoded with markers that assist you as you move forward so in reality your family is always with you in spirit, in energy, and inside your very being. Loss is a part of life and there are some losses so great that they affect us in some form for the rest of our life. Make those losses count. Make the memory of those near and dear to you propel you forward to great things and deeds that would make your family proud. Realize that wallowing in despair for too long does not honor the memories of those that have past. Know they are watching you and wanting for you also great things, happiness, joy, and fulfillment. Early into the day, the Sun forms a sesquiquadrate with Chiron, and the desire to learn and grow through experiences and through others is strong, but may be hampered by a lack of confidence or a fear of being different. Complicating matters, Mercury forms a semi-square with Saturn. There can be some blocks or delays to communications. It’s better to focus on fixing errors rather than harping on how irritating they are! The Moon is in Aries all day, aligning with Uranus and opposing Mercury this morning, and you could be challenged by changes of mind or schedules. However, as the day advances, you are more able to focus, express your dedication, and connect with others. The Moon is assertive and motivated in the sign of Aries all day.
You cannot experience the death of anybody, not even your near and dear ones. What you experience is the void created by the death of someone you Love.
When someone dies it is as if someone threw a rock in the web of your family matrix. There is a hole there and the closer you were to that person the more your filaments seem to be flapping in the breeze, untethered, disconnected, and aimlessly wandering. That is totally normal. But in life we have to reconnect and re-arrange those filaments to stabilize our life, our mood, and our mental states. Connections with others are essential to our well-being. We all need to feel connected to something, someone, or a principal that guides us forward. What is the guiding principle of your life? Mine is to love others, practice non-judgment, move with compassion, and to stay as present as possible in each moment. Once you discover that you do not need the physical attachment to a person as much as you are connected energetically and eternally to the principles of truth that they have taught you or that you have discovered are the essential core patterns that serve your highest self.