Numerology/Astrology for 4/14/15
Today we are in the number 8. Step into a place of confidence and move from your inner strength and professional good judgment. The number 8 asks you to stay in touch with your deeper emotions. It is essential to know if your choices are coming from trying to validate yourself or if you are coming from being in the center of the figure 8. Be decisive but trustworthy. Pay attention to the Universal Spiritual Law of Cause and Effect. Your individual fate is in your hands so break the back of the forces that try to pull you into the negative places that do not align you with the perfection that is possible in your life. The Moon continues to transit Aquarius until 4:12 PM EDT, when it enters Pisces. It harmonizes with the Sun and Mercury, helping you to find adequate, healthy, and beneficial channels for self-expression and release of emotions. Aries-Aquarius is a nice combination, as Aries assertiveness and energy can find social or humanitarian outlets. This can give you enthusiasm and a can-do attitude. Mercury enters Taurus today, where it will transit until the 30th of the month. While Mercury is in Taurus, your thinking is down to earth, solid, and grounded. Common sense reigns over more fanciful thinking. You will communicate more deliberately under this influence, and your mind is oriented to the world of the five senses. You will prefer the tried and true rather than new ways of thinking. Attention to one thing at a time can simplify your life, but you may be in danger of narrow, overly conservative, or rigid thinking. Later today, there can be some moodiness or brooding tendencies as the Moon in Pisces, which can be a little frustrated while the Sun is in Aries on its own, squares Venus and Saturn (these planets form an opposition shortly into the day tomorrow). Burdens, responsibilities, lack, limitations, and problems can be magnified under the Venus-Saturn influence, particularly with regards to love, pleasure, and finances.
“To understand everything is to forgive everything”
Everyone wants answers. We want to understand so we can let go and forgive. But the answer is always within. The answer is not about needing to understand another’s actions but to understand your own position in the field so that you can see what the lesson is that you are learning and why that lesson is essential for your growth.