ASTRO-ALERT: GRAND CARDINAL NODAL LUNAR CROSS IN THE SKIES!

gclnd 28 feb

The Moon in Cancer is now completing the Cardinal T-Square that we’ve been experiencing for weeks! The Moon, Pluto, Uranus/South Node and The North Node are now joined once more in the shape of the familiar Grand Cardinal Cross.

Some will sail right through this and feel it as an intensification of dynamic, creative energy! Whereas others, who have yet to let go of people, relationships, ideas about yourselves, or just about anything that no longer serves you – might find this a more emotionally explosive alignment.

Remember that the sky is abuzz with numerous near-exact aspects involving celestial giants ( see yesterday’s post for more info http://wp.me/p4OUNS-lp).

Those key placements or house cusps at the midpoints (close to 15 degrees) of any of the Cardinal Signs will have front-row seats to all that this alignment opens us to experience and grow from.

Bear in mind that we’re working up to the generation defining Seventh Uranus-Pluto exact Square (March 16/17) and, a few days later, a Total Solar Eclipse on March 20 on the same day as the Equinox!

If you’re feeling overstimulated – more than you can handle, try to distract the conscious focus a little – but know that the processing is going on beneath the surface 😉 Sometimes the best you can do for that is to not over-think it, and to let yourself process.

Find activities that are relaxing and calming.

Comfort foods are good, particularly those rich in serotonin and Vitamin B 🙂

Personally, I’ve needed to zonk out and rest. There are times when mindless TV actually helps- if you can’t get to a serene, calm space in nature or your immediate environment – this is one of those times. Just find whatever makes you relax 🙂

Those of you who are feeling no such over-stimulation – have fun putting all this energy to good use!

Blessings to All,

Priestess Bairavee Balasubramaniam PhD
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