Numerology/Astrology for 11/5/17
I am back to my computer but the internet is still very sketchy in Katmandu. It will be better tomorrow as I will be back in Delhi.
11/5/17 is the number 8. Sadness makes us look at the places when we might not have been as present as we had hoped. Sadness makes us appreciate things with new eyes. Grief is the emotion of loss and wishing for something that was perhaps missed. Today, take a look at what you might have missed out on. Where did you not give of your fullest self? Then make the correction now. When you stay out of your past wounding and stay in the present place of authentic expression you will have less grief and regret later.
The Moon continues its transit of Taurus today until 5:27 AM EDT, after which it visits chatty, connected, and flexible Gemini. Mercury enters Sagittarius today and will stay in the sign much longer than its usual three weeks, until January 11th. When Mercury is in Sagittarius, your thinking shifts from a need to plumb the depths of any given situation to the desire to learn about a wide range of topics. Ideals are sought, thinking becomes more optimistic, and your faith in humanity increases. You are more equipped to believe and to persuade. What is fair and unfair seems a strong topic. Yet, don’t expect to be very precise under this influence. Today, you are inclined to assert your independence or question your dependence on others. While the Gemini Moon often prefers light entertainment and conversation, you may seek to probe deeply into topics and understand things rather than scratch the surface today as Mercury and Pluto align in declination.
Don’t judge my choices
when you don’t
understand my reasons
I am on my last day in Nepal and we leave today at noon to get back to Delhi for a few days to regroup and then to head home. It has been a marvelous eye-opening, expansive experience for all of us. We had the best group ever for navigating such intensity and challenges but what was so beautiful was the bonding and connection that we all seemed to have with each other. It makes those tough moments better when someone can make you laugh and smile. I am grateful to Kiroj Man Singh for being the most amazing guide to a bunch of wild Americans. He deserves a gold star for all the amazing help and effort that he showed us with such grace and compassion in the process. We could not have done it without him.