The passage from the Cancer Full Moon/partial solar eclipse had a real reverb effect. That Full Moon was all about where we really sit with our own sense of empowerment and inner authority. Please note—empowerment does not equal entitlement. Inner empowerment emerges when our feelings, emotions, thoughts, and highest aspirations are aligned. This is truly dharmic space, because of the clarity and neutrality we experience. We experience a “knowingness” that what is going on with us is authentic and we are fully behind it. Another note-authority does not mean superiority. Our inner authority stems from recognition that we have a right to each breath, and this in itself is the fuel that activates life.
Without breath, we are not here, because after we are born, no one else can breathe for us. We generate the power of lifeforce energy every time we breathe. Few people can stay conscious of this reality all the time and engage in everyday social life on Earth. Once seen or experienced, however, this Consciousness is nearly impossible to forget. Each time we stand on the observer’s perch on the Capricorn/Cancer bridge we have the opportunity to glimpse this Consciousness and ascend a bit more.
BOOM! That was the effect of the New Moon on December 26, with nine planets and points in Capricorn. The impact on our perceptions of authority, structure, and the Divine Father energy in our lives was riveting. If we stayed in 3D, e.g. in our egos tsk-tsking at events taking place around us, the experience might have felt a bit disillusioning. If we used our internal observer’s perch, our perspective would have been far different, seeing anew ways to reshape the path we are on, individually and collectively. In Cosmic Consciousness, Capricorn is where we directly access Source energy. This is where we tap into our Higher Consciousness, realizing that we are the authors of our own lives, regardless of what we attribute to others, starting with our mothers and fathers. When we work with Capricorn, we are empowered, and as such, we work with the sense of the sacred in all things. We approached the new calendar year through the Capricorn New Moon on December 26, while in a wormhole.
The Full Moon in Gemini on December 12 certainly generated enough stimulus to have our heads spinning, amplified, of course, by the worm hole. The purpose was to repeatedly remind us to go to the central still point, again and again. This is a dance we have with what we perceive of as the natural world…our Consciousness is finely tuned to the movement of the Moon. The Moon, of course, is our shared social archetype that lights up how our feelings flow, in a regular and predictable phased cycle. Most of us seriously believe we are in total control of how we feel and will not stand for anyone to tell us otherwise. With a mindfulness discipline of some kind, over time, we see that our feelings dance to another rhythm, and it is our task to both observe and participate in this process, repeatedly. Not to become adept, necessarily, although this is possible. The objective is instead to have the experience and take joy in it, even though emotional flow over time may be at times uncomfortable.
We speak of the journey between the New Moon to the Full Moon and vice versa each month because it is a real passage. We can visually see it when nights are clear, and we are aware that there are rhythms on earth that resonate with the phase of the Moon. This journey also represents an emotional journey we take through time and space, learning to recognize, observe, and then work with our feelings. The Moon passage shows how to love through the dichotomy of Love and fear, Love and fear, Love and fear, which frames our daily lives. The Sagittarius New Moon set us up to clear out emotional reactions that no longer serve us and to seek higher ground, or Satsang, where we could regain the inspiration so vital to moving forward. This isn’t easy, and we may have felt like we stepped forward only to have a “snap back “moment. We are also two weeks into a wormhole, so the journey from the new Moon to this Full Moon in Gemini may have felt anything but straightforward.
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