Numerology/Astrology for 1/11/15
As today’s number is 11, you want to look at taking some risks and challenge your preconceived notions and beliefs to uncover the truth within you. In the oldest Tarot decks the 11th card in the Trumps was the Tower (the energy that breaks down illusion of the mind and forces you to grow and change. Yet, the number 11 is also the rebel that tests society’s patience by showing what is false fear or patterns that actually do not make sense. Leonardo da Vinci is the archetype of the number 11 because he was so expanded in his visions. He was inventive and creative, yet he was a procrastinator and tested the edges of social conduct to the point that over and over kings had to protect him from being imprisoned by the Catholic Church at that time. So this is a day to rebel in a conscious and inventive way. Test a few edges and see if you can uncover your own false beliefs. Early into the day, the Sun semi-squares Neptune and you may loose sight of your goals or lose focus temporarily as your spiritual side is swaying the balance and wanting you to expand the possibilities. Concentrating on artistic or spiritual pursuits will reveal more than focusing on matters that require straightforward, factual decisions. This morning, the Sun is quincunx Jupiter, and you may have difficulty deciding what you should or shouldn’t do. There can be a moral dilemma now. This is a time of adjustments, and perhaps of letting go of old habits. You will feel compelled to free yourself to have various and different experiences. The Moon continues its transit of Virgo until it enters Libra at 6:57 AM EST.
A queen on her throne is a woman who has mastered herself. She’s not perfect but she is complete. She has come to the full realization that everything she needs to fulfill her mission can be found within. She’s uncovered her powers and she knows how to use them. She’s no longer on the path, she has become the path.
Are you one of those women who is rushing after a path? Do you feel emotionally attached to a belief that certain patterns you do will give you contentment? Now, traditions are there for a reason. They are guideposts along the complex path of life and help us learn focus and self-discipline. They are essential to learning key steps and truths about ourself, our likes and dislikes, and what is important to us. But life is never so cut and dried as one principle or one truth. We step onto the path to discover the places within that rebel, resist, avoid, and in general do not want others to define us. But when you hold onto to anyone, anything, any belief, or any practice as a crutch in a dysfunctional way it is not good. Stay open to the myriad places that truth abides. You can find core truths in everyone, every walk of life, every religion, and every philosophy. In truth, each of us have been seeking the same things, to know ourself, to learn to love unconditionally, to find peace, and to learn acceptance of who we are inside and in the world outside ourself.