No, you can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
But if you try sometime you just might find
You get what you need - Rolling Stones
There is a need within you at this time that surpasses the desire to change out of discomfort. There is a need that is waiting to be announced victorious if you let it. It may take a little bit of patience. It may take a little bit of struggle. Yet it is yours for the taking. Yes. I am the Riddler.
The full moon that bonds in Uttarashada (tomorrow midday AEST) is a strong one. And depending where it rises in your chart is putting you to work to bring something to completion or success. Now there are a myriad of options here - but you know of what I speak, don't you! You don't - keep reading ;) Saturn and Pluto are back in the mix this full moon - they have had such an impact since the days before 'the plague' that it's hard to remember a time without their immediate presence. Saturn and Pluto hovering around the moon like the song above are singing you to truth, reality and deep karma. Looking at the chart exactly for the full moon tells me there is something to let go of, a courageous step to be taken, to grant you this victory promised by the lunar rays.
The sun in Pushya is sending nourishment to ourselves and really we have to choose ourselves at the moment to win what we truly desire. Now the western definition of self is vastly inferior to the definition in the east. The Self in eastern culture not only incorporates the will but the spirit - the spirit is behind the ego which binds and energises us all. Sooooo no pressure! Regardless warming the inside first before you help others with their mask is a necessity (ok it's been a while since I've been on a long-haul flight to remember that quote).
Now it is Pluto that wins this battle this full moon and is closest to the moon itself. Pluto rules the karmic laws of time and undercurrents of everything - again - no pressure! But coming back to the Rolling Stones in our times of relentless over stimulation and online connection we are often disconnected from what is truly at play. What you desire can often be a want convoluted in disconnection, projection and superficialities. A need is something fundamentally required that you may not even be aware is needed. Pluto is your planet here to rumble up from somewhere deep in you to supply this truth over the next few hours. Once this becomes apparent you may be surprised and hopefully relieved of all the rest plaguing the mind. And then the full moon can grant this long-lasting success as promised.
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So you've fallen down. Things didn't turn out the way you wanted them to. Currently you're thinking 'is it even worth trying again?'. My answer: Yes.
"If it at first you don't succeed then dust yourself off and try again." Aaliyah/some wise prophet
The new moon beginning to crescent late Saturday morning AEST is in the star of renewal Punarvasu. Punarvasu has a lot to say about giving something a second (third or fourth etc) try after failure and it working out. Some things in life are not instantaneous and often it is a game of timing, luck, fate, karma, skillset and heck even attitude. Is there something in your life that you poured your heart into previously that needs a revisit at this time? Now let's put current affairs of the world on the bookshelf just for today and dream again without constriction.
Mars and Venus are together in Ashlesha this new moon adding some passion and spice yet they are directly opposite in the sky to Saturn. So there is a feeling of frustration, suffering, resentment underneath all of these amorous vibes (especially as Mars is not strong at present). Ashlesha is often where we have some poison or toxicity in the heart - known as the clinging star - is there something or someone in your past you're still hung up on that isn't beneficial for present/future projection? This is definitely something for you to look at or suffer through if avoided at this time. Be careful with reactive/hurtful words of your own over the next few days especially with those you love.
Now Punarvasu is a moon of gains. Yet even more so it is about receiving. One of its symbols is the quiver of arrows. A quiver is the home or case that holds the arrows. Arrows are your objective but the quiver holds the objective. I love this symbolism as it reflects to me that it's more about you being able to hold, believe and receive your objective (quiver) than fighting/aiming for it (arrows). If you can't hold or home what you desire then it can only fall away or pass through sometimes without you even knowing. With Jupiter in Shatibhisha, the planet governing Punarvasu, throwing a supportive aspect to this new moon in retrograde says to me this: There is something in/from the past to be healed. And if this an emotional journey (rather than a physical illness) to the past then it is something to be forgiven. There is much support in healing at this time. There is much support in receiving your hearts desire. You just have to let it in.
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