- ... From: Spiritus Sanctus To: Spiritus Sanctus Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2001 1:20 PM Subject: June 8 Friday, the 8th of June firstname.lastname@example.org All times areMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 8, 2001View Source----- Original Message -----From: Spiritus SanctusTo: Spiritus SanctusSent: Thursday, June 07, 2001 1:20 PMSubject: June 8
Friday, the 8th of June
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The Moon has been void since early yesterday morning and will remain void until 12:20 PM Saturday. We have a chance to experience the void Moon in detail. The Moon is void of course during the time between making its last major aspect to a planet in one sign and its entry into the next sign. The duration of this period can be as little as a few minutes or more than two days.
During a void period, we tend to be less focused. Human judgement is not at its best and decision making often tends to suffer. It is better to avoid initiating new activities, purchasing new items, signing contracts. Business discussions are unlikely to be resolved during this time.
Being aware of void periods helps us attune to the ebb an flow of life’s energy. Spiritual pursuits such as meditation, ceremony, prayer are recommended. It’s also a good time to clean house, relax, sleep or go out with a friend. Keeping an open mind and having no expectation is a good way to experience the void Moon. This is an excellent chance to slow down and take stock of where we are going and attuning to our inner self.
Stationary Uranus trines the Sun and Jupiter. Jupiter opposes Mars.
We are likely to experience things that are out of the ordinary and events are likely to be unusual or unexpected. This aspect makes us feel more daring than usual and more willing to experiment. The full Moon has been a powerful force for spiritual transformation and is urging us to accept newness and change in our lives. Rigid structures in our life are being challenged more than ever before.
We may sometimes value regularity and predictability so much that sometimes we are willing to sacrifice personal happiness and attunement to Soul-purpose to maintain the status quo. Ultimately, this kind of rigidity must be changed before it becomes destructive and leaves us embittered. Life is kept fresh and lively when we joyfully accept change and challenging situations.
The Moon conjoins the fixed star Vega at 7:13 AM.
Accepting change and attuning to our Higher Self brings an element of timelessness and magic in our life.
The Moon is inconjunct the Sun at 12:19 PM.
The emotional, intuitive realm combines with will.
We are learning to adjust our creative expression so that it is better express who we are. This void Moon period is a good time to attune to our true nature and then we can make some adjustments that help us attune to our Soul-purpose.
Jupiter conjoins the fixed star Phact at 12:31 PM.
This star augurs well for humanity’s innate ability to adjust, adapt and explore new ideas. We can be unafraid of going in uncharted waters and discovering new aspects of ourselves. Every new discovery leads to new opportunities for growth and expansion.
The Moon conjoins Ceres at 6:50 PM.
The emotional, intuitive realm combines with nurturing. When we become sensitive to the emotional needs of others, we forge bonds which are mutually supportive.
The Moon is inconjunct Hades at 4:25 PM and Jupiter at 8:52 PM.
We need to learn to be generous to ourselves and honour our being. We are often socialised to devalue ourselves. This leads to a consciousness of lack, dwindling resources or lack of confidence. Emotional depth-work helps us to heal our damaged emotions and change the way we look at ourselves.