Numerology/Astrology for 7/5/15
Today is the number 20/2. With the Moon continuing its transit of Aquarius until 10:24 AM EDT, when it enters Pisces. Early today, Mercury and Venus form a sextile, and you find it easy to make connections. Which is good because of the mind chatter from the number 2/20. Regardless of the mind chatter happening, you are more polite, diplomatic, and charming now. You may feel compelled to talk too much or you may be too in your head and intellectualize your feelings. Promises and clarifications might be made now to help calm the tendency to overanalyze. Later morning, Mars and Jupiter form a semi-square, which can generate a fair amount of enthusiasm but this can also lead to misjudging, mostly about the time and energy that would be necessary to fulfill a goal or venture. There can be some jumping ahead, impulsiveness, haughtiness, and competitiveness. So don’t let your inner critic get out of control. The Sun and Pluto are moving towards an opposition to Pluto, exact towards midday tomorrow but before then the Sun and Saturn connect in a somewhat challenging way and you can become more aware of, or frustrated by, your limitations, which you might be feeling tonight.
“If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?”
“When a wave comes, go deep.”
“I think I’m going to need an explanation for that one.”
“There’s three things you can do when life sends a wave at you. You can run from it, but then it’s going to catch up and knock you down. You can also fall back on your ego and try to stand your ground, but then it’s still going to clobber you. Or you can use it as an opportunity to go deep, and transform yourself to match the circumstances. And that’s how you get through the wave.”
~Humans of New York~
I know for myself I have this crazy belief that I need to “Be Strong!” and “Stand my Ground!” but when big waves are happening it is a reminder that nature is much stronger than you are or your ego. A wise person sees the wave coming and takes a big breath and dives below the wave and allows the flow of the wave to pop you out behind it. We have a phrase, “It is not about how much you can dish out it is about how much you can take.” In some instances that phrase is perfect because to become strong you need to be tested over and over again. But there are some moments you have to have enough wisdom to know you are not able to take that hit and to find a solution that is within the boundaries and parameters of the natural order. Diving deep is one of them.