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Mercury Retrograde Moves Into Scorpio

We continue moving through these Ascension energies.  This is the luckiest energy of the entire year.  It’s very important that we are using it to manifest our dream realities.  There is an element of magic in the air.  This Full Moon, we just had, shifted us into the mental aspect of ourselves.  This Mercury Retrograde is shining a light on your thought patterns.  Any negative programming is the confines of your reality.  A deeper liberation is in sight for humanity.  As we are completing this cycle things really have come full circle karmically.  Your actions now determine your future.  Each action has an energetic reaction.  It’s time we shift into higher states of gratitude.  This is the mindset of manifesting.  Aries in Mars is bringing people’s frustrations to the surface.  We have this Mercury Retrograde shifting into Scorpio, as well as Venus.  This conjunction will be a transit into healing.  This is meant to spark relationship transformations.  Any shadows in your relationships will surface.  Seeing only the best in people has a way of disillusioning us.  We are going through some major surges of energy, and they will really intensify in December.  Use this energy as a recharge.  

We are home!

Taurus is a winter constellation, it has been visible in the morning sky with Venus. The days are beginning to get shorter and the nights a little longer. The Sun reached the end of its upward climb last month, and sunsets have been moving south on the horizon. The Sun will continue its southbound journey until the winter solstice. Our planet revolves around the Sun, and the Sun appears to move against the background of different constellations in space. The imaginary path that marks the Sun’s yearly journey through space is called the ecliptic. The ecliptic, or path of the Sun, passes through the 12 constellations of the zodiac. In late May and early June the sun was in the constellation of Taurus. The Sun has moved into Cancer, slowing Taurus to escape the obliterating light of our star for view in our star. As you can see we are almost home to the Pleiades too!

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