Your Chart, Your Life

The outer planets creep and the outer planets creep and the outer planets creep. It’s soooo quiet. I look at the listing for the “current sky,” noticing Pluto at 6 degrees Capricorn, Retrograde, wondering when he’ll FINALLY cross over into my 5th House. I can never recall my cusp lines (I use Placidus) but these days I read him for both houses, 4th and 5th, and I include the transition itself.

During Pluto’s transit to my 4th? I lost my father, lost my mother, moved a zillion times and those are the first things that come to mind. Death is change and death will change you. Pluto transits change you. What will you lose? What will you keep?

Astrology lovers, fellow start gazers, do you do this? Do you, can you, take the time each morning to… visit your chart… and look at where the planets are now and… think about it, feel about it, sink into it. Even if you know your chart by heart, isn’t it something to have it in your hands?

I have South Node in my 12th House: ideally I’d spend hours sinking into it but my North Node in my 6th demands I get to work.

Note to self: this is the work

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