Leo New Moon: Taming the Ego Monster - Featured from Debra Silverman
I wish I was a double Leo.
Wait — in two years I will be, when my progressed Sun and Moon enter the same sign. (You may not know what a progressed Sun and Moon are — that’s a good reason to study Astrology — and you can start by watching this workshop.)
This will be the only time in my life that I will be a double Leo, and it will last for two and a half years. Not for a while yet. I’m getting a taste of what this feels like already (said the progressed Sun in Leo) — however, it’s not all about me… this newsletter is to talk about YOU.
This dark sky is asking for your attention. We are in the middle of Mercury retrograde (July 26 – August 18, 2018), and there were a series of three eclipses — the last one is about to occur early Saturday, August 11, 2018. Seven planets have been retrograde, and this summer has been quite intense. Check out the weather — the warmest the water has ever been in Florida in the history of records, the warmest summer Europe has ever seen, and the biggest fire we’ve ever had in California. This is a perfect time for us to pay attention to our own radical changes and be honest and clear about the topic of this solar cycle: Leo. Everyone needs someone to address the state of their Ego…
Nothing feels better in the whole world than falling in love — knowing that someone is adoring you and may even decide to kiss you. What brings more joy than the sound of your child’s laughter, the feeling of getting a raise, an acknowledgement at work that you matter and have succeeded? This is the theme of double Leo: love, acknowledgment and kisses.
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