Numerology/Astrology for 8/24/15
August 24th is the number 4. Now, the number 4 wants consistency but with the Moon in Sagittarius all day, you can be attracted to new situations of conquest or adventure, and require less prompting than usual to get moving and to experience life. Bored with the mundane, anything that breaks the routine is appealing now. So I expect that when you try to maintain some sort of balance there will be a disruption that will attempt to destabilize that equilibrium. This may be especially true this morning as the Moon forms a trine with Uranus, when you seek change. You take a philosophical attitude to problems or challenges in your life. What feels right can clash with logic this evening as the freedom-loving Sagittarius Moon clashes with conservative Mercury in Virgo. It may take extra effort to understand others or them to understand you. Avoid getting stressed out over the little things. Besides some extra sensitivity, there is good energy for imaginative, creative, and warm communications. Regardless, of the swings today, do your best to maintain some sort of center, learn to flow with it all and learn to enjoy when life tries to throw a few exciting things into the mix.
All is a riddle, and the key to a riddle… is another riddle.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson~
There is so much in life that often does not make complete sense. We try and try to fathom the meaning of life and the purpose of our situations. The complexity of how things move and flow and how responsible we are for it all, how much we can change fate, and how much is a moment-by-moment choice that constantly constructs and deconstructs our reality. I believe that all of us have moments when we believe we rise above the density of our existence and we perceive for brief moments the mind of God’s plan. But then we fall back into the density and for a time appear to forget the larger overview and perfection that is our life. Today, look back into those moments where you had the clarity and you could perceive the higher purpose to the moments of upset. Then hold onto that and know that in another time and place you will, once again, see with the compassionate eye of God the larger vision and possibility.