Numerology/Astrology for 3/17/17
3/17/17 is the number 3. The number 3 shows that for a brief moment things might be looking up. Now all things are transient and change but in this energy of chaos surrounding all things let this one moment fill you as much as possible with the positive energy that you are going to need to continue this year. Remember to be like the ocean rolling in on the shore. There is always a flow and wave in and a gentle pulling back out of that wave. Learn to caress your life with the cycles and rhythms that are natural and work with the flows rather than against them.
The Sun forms a square to Saturn today, so take this moment to double-check your work or to make refinements to your plans. If you’ve neglected people or circumstances in your life now, it is time to put things into a new place where love leads and time become less relevant. Know that you will face obstacles to your goals (that should be expected at this point. But begin to see the tools you have at your command that can change the present course of action. You may have to face reality or take into account a practical consideration, but your efforts to measure up to expectations can ultimately increase confidence in your ability to be responsible for yourself. This may lead to a useful discussion about or examination of the past tonight or tomorrow. The Moon continues its transit of Scorpio most of the day, moving into Sagittarius at 11:00 PM EDT.
I alone cannot change the world,
but I can cast a stone
across the waters
to create many ripples.
The more that come together in the spirit of love and compassion the more can be accomplished in this world that can impact the greater good. We are in a time where the individual’s needs are being ignored in the face of big money and corporate greed. When such times happen, it is the compassion of individuals that give hope just like in the times of the great depressions and the last two world wars. It was the individuals who came together to support each other. I remember the story of my mother and her parents during WWII. They were starving and really out of food. My grandmother had distant family that owned a rice farm in Louisiana and she wrote to them and asked for help. They did not have money themselves but they sent 100 lbs. of rice. That was enough to get them through. It is the compassion of family, friends, and strangers, that we rely upon in difficult times. Decide now on what kind of person you wise to be. Are you the person who will give and help in a way that you can or are you a person to shut down and hoard what you have in fear of losing? Just remember, in the end it is the love and kindness that you have given unconditionally to others that lights your pathway home as you move through the tunnel of darkness towards the light to go home to the divine.