Numerology/Astrology for 2/13/16
February 13th is the number 6. This number reminds you that most of the answers you seek are inside not outside. It is time to discover the inner wisdom and let go of the outer grabbing for a moment. This is in a bit of a contradiction with the astrology as you may get inspired to take some courageous leaps in your life and take on some new challenges. My suggestion is to let that energy begin to make that idea into a reality and contemplate the patterns and outcomes. Mercury enters Aquarius today, and by tomorrow, Mercury emerges from its shadow after a retrograde period in January, as it will have covered the same ground in direct motion as it did while retrograde. A project or plan may symbolically emerge from a slowdown or delay. Mercury will transit Aquarius until March 5. When Mercury is in Aquarius, you have a strong hunger for knowledge and want to open to new and original ideas. You begin to think outside of the box, more progressively, and more objectively. Your communication and thought patterns are spontaneous, somewhat fragmented, and liberal. This is a time when inventive thinking is at a peak. Mars forms a sextile with Jupiter today, and you are enthusiastic about taking action to make changes and improvements. Decisive action comes naturally. You are more courageous and energetic, which you will want to direct toward advancing your goals. You want to branch out and take on more challenges. While a spirit of friendly competition prevails, a Mercury-Saturn semi-square is also active today, and there can be some tendency to trip over details and communicate in faulty or critical ways. The Moon leaves Aries at 6:37 AM EST, when it enters Taurus.
I’ve been looking for a long, long time, for this thing called love, I’ve ridden comets across the sky, and I’ve looked below and above. Then one day I looked inside myself, and this is what I found, A golden sun residing there, beaming forth God’s light and sound.
The greatest journey you can take is the one of self-discovery. Without knowing yourself understanding the external world becomes much more difficult. When you know who you are and your relationship to the world as a whole you can make choices that allow for growth on all levels. It is the relationships that we have to all things that allow us to create from a place of serving the whole rather than your own personal ego.