Is there such thing as passion in a non-Plutonian connection? Does a relationship have to be Plutonian in order for us to experience a passionate love connection? By passionate I mean not boring, I mean a connection between people that is helping them grow and helping them explore the universe around and inside them.
I believe that if we are able to imagine a question then there is a possibility to find a positive (and also negative) answer to that question. So, based on this, I believe it’s possible to be in a fulfilling and passionate relationship which doesn’t have to be Plutonian. Continue reading
Traditionally, the 7th house is considered the house that deals with (mainly) intimate relationships and the 11th is the designated place where we look for friendships. Among other things.
But now I’d like to focus on these two.
There has been an interesting approach I cam across lately, that some astrologers came to the conclusion that the 11th house is less about friendships and this would be more of a 7th house domain as well, in their opinion. They argued that a close friend and an intimate romantic relationship would belong together under the umbrella of the 7th house.
And, in a way, I can see the point here. We could say that the 7th house is about one-on-one relationships, while the 11th is more about loose group-like associations. Continue reading
I’ve noticed so many times people complaining about having Moon in Cancer, and actually read in some places people with this placement saying that they would much rather prefer having Moon in Capricorn. But Moon is in its domicile in Cancer. For me, when a planet is in its domicile doesn’t only say that this planet is in its “happy place”, it also says that the planet is expressed most naturally in their domicile, the planet is closest to its basic human function being in its domicile. Continue reading
When you have Neptune in the 1st house, your whole being is experiencing the world as if living in a slippery-watery fairy tale with mermaids and funny-coloured Nemo fishes all around you. Enjoy!
Neptune in the 2nd – hm, money, fish. Yeah. You have the possibility this life to make a lot of money selling fish. Or selling sea water. It’s really good for your nose. Really. Continue reading
Squaring…it sounds like screwing now.
But “what would people say?”. But, “is this the sentence someone would write about this?”. I’d not care if that was true. But I do fucking care. And I need to care not to lose it. Because what if I lose it, what if I will actually express myself? Uncensored. With fucked up punctuation and incorrect grammar and no connection between my words whatsoever. Continue reading
This is like those gossip articles titled “This celebrity killed that celebrity” followed by the first paragraph where it’s stated that this happened, of course, in their new movie.
The same way, I had my first solar return today…since I discovered astrology and, of course, since I learned that there is such a thing as “solar return.” Continue reading
Mercury: I’m afraid I’m losing it.
Neptune: How do you know you haven’t already?
The astrological second house is an interesting place. It’s one of those houses which seem so easy to grasp at first. That is, if you are not exposed to some kind of crazy planetary puzzle-dilemma there. In my case, that’s at least three planets there in conjunction (I say three because I’m still not sure if my Sun is in the 12th or first house..so it might be actually four)
Regardless, a triple conjunction is enough to make you think and try to go a bit deeper than the regular “money, wealth, riches, possessions” level.
What I realised related to this house is that there is definitely something about this place and being stuck at one point in our lives. And not knowing where this stuckness is coming from and how to get out of the quagmire. Continue reading
Listening to “Let the sunshine in” on repeat and crying.
Insomnia. Not that I cannot sleep. I don’t want to sleep. Why sleep? When you can cry 🙂 When there is this attractive option of listening all that Youtube has to offer in the melancholic- cathartic range? And cry my eyes out.
Yes, crying is okay, by the way. I think the world needs to hear this. Unfortunately years of “you’re too sensitive/ sensitive=bad” conditioning is still lurking with its remaining effects in me, though I tried, yeah, I tried so hard to redefine this deadly mantra to myself into something more human-friendly. Like, you know, emotions are normal. Human. To feel is to be alive. Emotions are not the enemy, they are the compass towards your souls desire. Continue reading
I’m very interested in exploring and writing about my understanding of the Virgo archetype. I believe a huge distortion has been made since…well…the onset of the patriarchal times (which falls into the category of “the world as we know it”..unfortunately). And I don’t mean “men” when I say patriarchy, just to be clear. I mean a certain paradigm we live in and which has shown it’s limitations that affect both males and females. Patriarchy is a concentration of characteristics which we indeed associate with the male side, but unfortunately these are not serving men either, as I believe we need to integrate both male and female, yin and yang parts in ourselves to be whole. Continue reading