Grand Fixed Nodal Cross – Energy Re-Set – The Only Constant Is Change! (w. Venus, Uranus, Nodes)

 

Guidance for the current Grand Fixed Nodal Cross with Venus Retrograde at 0 Scorpio, Uranus Retrograde at 0 Taurus, the North Node at 0 Leo and South Node at 0 Aquarius.

The nature of this Cross will change on Halloween, as Venus Retrograde backs into Libra. We can expect this intensity to continue till November 2nd (at least).

Either way, the fact that it´s going down at 0 degrees of each Fixed Sign allows us to re-set patterns we never thought we could!

Remember that further, more expansive, shifts occur in November. The kind of energy we face now is one that allows us to make dramatic changes, beginnings and endings to patterns of energy, ideology, material investment, emotional commitment, sexual expression, creative embodiment and body-and-Earth awareness at this time. (To name a few)

It can be a profoundly transformative alignment, but bear in mind that firm grounding is required to make the most of this energy. For many of you, the lessons will come through relationship dynamics.

Look at where, how, why, when your energy goes – and how you receive from others. This will reveal profound truths to you of the nature of yourself – and what you do need to do to further your own growth and expansion.

If you´re wondering which route to take, take the one that allows you to access your most authentic and creative state of being. That makes you feel ´full of yourself´ (and the Universe) in the best way possible.

In this way, we make joy and abundance possible for others. Beginning with the Self.

There are many challenges and opportunities for growth with this energy. Navigate as well as you can.

Many of the themes you´re working on now will be revisited in the first week of December 2018 as Venus re-turns to Scorpio.

Blessings,

Dr. Bairavee Balasubramaniam PhD
The Sky Priestess

 

PS – Sharing a little bit of what makes me happy here. Finally carved my first Halloween pumpkin, in honor of Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas (which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year). I´m so very happy with the way it turned out! I decided against using a stencil or template and just went freehand, willing to accept whatever the result may have been. It paid off.

 

Bai Skellington

 

 

 

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3 Comments

FABULOUS PUMPKIN!
🍁🌠🎃💫🍁🍃🍂🎃🌟

Great info! (as usual)
Thank you so much for
sharing.

🎃💜🎃❤🎃💞🎃💙
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
🍂🍃🍁🍃🎃🍂🍃🎃🍁

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