October 25, 2011 § Leave a comment
Wednesday October 26 is a new Moon in the highly-intuitive Water sign Scorpio. The Sun, Moon, Mercury, and Venus are all in Scorpio so emotional intimacy is important. Truthful communication brings closer bonds in relationships. Use any Scorpionic insights to heal and yourself and others.
Heart-felt connections can flow more easily, life can be simple and good, and you can share the food on your table because this Scorpio new Moon begins the month of the Earth Pig, the Taoist animal sign that is pure, protected, and blessed by good fortune.
Now is ideal for social connections, to enjoy life, and celebrate this holiday season. Under sensual Earth Pig’s influence, it’s OK to relax and indulge. Opportunities to heal and restore health and spirit are for all, and are most transformational for the Water signs Scorpio, Pisces, and Cancer and those born in Pig, Hare, and Sheep years.
October 15, 2011 § 1 Comment
Even though I live on a hill in San Francisco, I was interviewed by Kim McMillon for her “Arts in the Valley” radio program. Please click on the above link to start listening.
My half-hour interview is about Taoist astrology: what it is, how it differs from Western astrology, 12 Taoist animal signs, your birth year animal, your birth hour animal, why Chinese New Year is not January 1st, details about all 12 animal signs with relationship compatibility, the 5 changing elements, the 60-year Taoist lunar calendar, and the 12 earthly branches and 10 celestial stems of Chinese medicine.
The year of the Water Dragon begins on the second new Moon after Winter Solstice, January 22, 2012 at 11:39 pm PST here in California. After you listen to this radio interview, you will understand the Water Dragon. If you listen to this a couple of times, you will really understand the structure of Taoist astrology.
October 10, 2011 § Leave a comment
Tuesday October 11 is a full Moon in the passionate, dynamic, and powerful Fire sign Aries the Ram. This Aries full Moon can bring
strong emotions to the surface. If you need to let off some steam, do so and then move on. Aries correlates to Dragon, the most powerful Taoist astrology sign. Like Aries, mighty Dragon is not timid. No need to be shy or evasive this full Moon.
Moon in Aries is a fortunate time to start new endeavors, especially if you’ve been procrastinating. If events are going as planned, now is the time to get the job done. Opportunities for fast progress and to cover much ground is for everyone, and is especially fortunate for the Fire signs Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius and those born in Dragon, Monkey, and Rat years.