March 20, 2016

Numerology/Astrology for 3/21/16 – Plus Personal Blog

About the Author: Suzanne Wagner
By Published On: March 20, 2016Categories: Astrology/Numerology

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Numerology/Astrology for 3/21/16

3/21/16 is the number 6, asking us to go deeper inward and allow for the journey of self-discovery. We so often think the answers are external but in reality most of them are internal. Getting to know who you are inside and behind the curtains of ego is extremely challenging to do. But the joy of the discovery and uncovering the truth of your magnificence is better than the anything the ego could have made up anyway. The Moon is in Virgo all day, opposing Venus and Neptune not long after they formed a conjunction (yesterday) helping to bring you back to reality. Mercury enters Aries today, where it will transit until April 5th. When Mercury is in Aries, you will feel less concerned with objective viewpoints and explanations, and more concerned with reaching a decision…quickly! But your thoughts and ideas are pioneering and you tend to speak more spontaneously and directly with the planet of communication in bold and assertive Aries ways.
~Suzanne Wagner~



Our survival adaptations are so tough, but our wounds are so delicate. To heal, we have to lift the armor carefully- it saved our lives, after all. It’s like moving your best friend off to the side of the path. You don’t trample on her, you don’t hit him with a sledgehammer. You honor her presence like a warm blanket that has kept you safe and sound during wintry times. And then, when the moment is right, you get inside and stitch your wounds with the thread of love, slowly and surely, not rushing to completion, nurturing as you weave, tender and true. The healing process has a heart of its own, moving at its own delicate pace. We are such wondrous weavers.

~Jeff Brown~




I am finally in Utah for work and the upcoming Wild Women Symposium. I have been pretty out of commission with this broken shoulder and now that I am at the 4 week mark and at least not in constant pain I feel like by head is coming out of a pain cloud. I want to say a big “Thank You” to all the volunteers that have gone above and beyond the call of duty, especially with me out of commission with this shoulder. I hope many of you come to the Symposium. Tickets are still available on the website and I am excited to have so many wise and talented teachers coming to the event. I hope to see you at the Leonardo Center April 1-3, 2016!

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