9 JULY 2017, CAPRICORN, Supermoon NO, Eclipse NO
Three major conjunctions coincide at this Full Moon in Capricorn, the biggest being the Moon itself conjunct Pluto. Conjunctions are cosmic pairings. The second biggest conjunction at this full moon is the Sun conjunct Mars. And the third is Saturn paired with the Black Moon. Think Xena roaring for allies to attack the bad guys. Or Bellatrix just let out of her Azkaban prison cell, joining Voldemort to bring Potter down. But is it really about Harry, or is it about forces joining to bring down whatever Harry represents. Does he represent the light if they represent the dark? Or are dark and light two sides of the one coin? What if Harry represents a third force altogether? One that is stronger than dark and stronger than light, for in fact it is the only ultimate force? When Star Wars fans say ‘May the force be with you’ what do they mean? Many of the good guys in Star Wars look like bad guys, and many of the bad guys, good. What is beyond definitions of good or bad, dark or light, shown by the wisdom of Yoda, that allows the full gamut of life experience to be expressed freely and safely because anchored in core life-force? Dark and light act like enemies but are they really on the same resonance? Perhaps the H in Harry’s name is the key – the core life-force being ‘Heart’, but heart with a capital H, i.e. with gut-heart-head integrated; not integrated through dark/light moral codes but through what the heart in its loving stewardship of life knows is the integrated way forward in the Now. Under this Full Moon in Capricorn you might feel pressured to follow rules that are out of alignment with heart truth and this might bring out the inner fighter in self or others. If the intensity hits, what will your integrated heart suggest? The answer to this lies quietly beneath many right/wrong, dark/light reactions, but when you find it, you will be in sync with the core life-force, the ‘natural chi’, the quintessence, the source of all healing and problem-solving for both self and others.