July 22, 2016

Numerology/Astrology for 7/9/16

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By Published On: July 22, 2016Categories: Astrology/Numerology

Numerology/Astrology for 7/9/16

7/9/16 is the number 7, which is asking you to dial into the bigger alignment your soul has with the cosmos. Your ego or mind wants to understand and have knowledge but at this time that will not be enough to break you into the larger pattern that your soul yearns to experience. There are rhythms and patterns of integration that are beyond the time of ego. Life is not linear. Learning is not in a straight line. You learn huge amounts that your mind believes will continue exponentially. But it does not work that way. You learn piece and then you have to integrate it fully. Lessons are never learned or embodied quickly. They cannot be. That is because the more subtle lessons can be lost in the rush to grow and open. Those more subtle lessons give you discernment and better judgment with a more objective mind. That allows for an understanding that leads to sanity and actions that align with the greater whole. The Moon is in Virgo all day, aligning with Jupiter this morning and reminding you of a recent job that was well done. With the Sun and Jupiter moving towards a sextile, exact early tomorrow, this can be a strong time for feeling hopeful, optimistic, and purposeful. Even so, a Venus-Neptune sesquiquadrate might seduce you into believing things that you want to believe. Happiness is addictive under this influence. Glossing over the more realistic points, details, and flaws of circumstances and of people provides you with instant gratification but it’s best to hold off on making important purchases or making big decisions around relationships until the veil lifts. Take care with legal, financial, and social involvements, contracts, or formal agreements under this dreamy influence.
~Suzanne Wagner~


Forgiveness breaks the chain of causality because he who forgives you – out of love – takes upon himself the consequences of what you have done. Forgiveness, therefore, always entails a sacrifice.
~Dag Hjalmar: Carl Hammarskjold~



~Suzanne Wagner~

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