I wish the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse would eclipse my agitation. I wish the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse would eclipse my worry. I wish the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse would eclipse my inability to…
You know, I wasn’t going to write this morning. I was going to take a break. If I wanted to. But with the Sun and Mercury traveling together in talky Gemini, which mimics my own chart (I have Sun Mercury Mars in Cancer), the keyboard is an extension of my fingers, an extension of my being 🙂
Yesterday was tense. I swore at the boyfriend and generally felt out of sorts. Sometimes one needs to swear at the boyfriend, but today I plan to take my Eclipse advice and “pay attention” and “not freak out.” Doesn’t help that the Full Moon will square my Moon. And Pluto. It’s a dark and deep agitation 🙂 Stirring! Transforming!
And I find myself watching and waiting for these lunar events with an anticipation that I used to feel for holidays. No longer religious, it’s been years since I’ve celebrated anything. And I don’t mean that to sound sad, but think I’d like to change it. Note to self: choose one holiday? Or perhaps to ritualize my moon-watching, find a witch or two in my town and gather. Not that I’m a witch, but I could be 🙂 and I do like to mark time. I love to mark time, cycles, seasons, aging.
If we don’t mark our comings and goings, beginnings and endings, how do we know where we are? How do we stay on track? How do we find the track? Will the train metaphors never cease? Living where I do, they can’t. My day is filled with entering and exiting, transferring, waiting, sitting and standing and hoping to get the seat I want, hoping no one will squish me, hoping no one will get hurt or smell bad or stand too close or…
The Eclipse train is coming to a life near you, to your life. Dare me to say it? Yup. Get on board!
Note to self: and enjoy the ride
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