Feng Shui – Yellow Snake

Feng Shui – Yellow Snake

Powerful and directed, the Yellow Snake is associated with the Earth Element and the center direction. This interesting animal traveling close to the ground also signifies receptivity to people and ideas and being sensible in any given situation. Placing an image of a Snake, or a Snake carving or sculpture in earth tones, in the center of your home helps keep your home stable and grounded. Since the Snake also symbolizes peace, having one around brings calm to your abode….

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Feng Shui – Rest

Feng Shui – Rest

Rest is one of the toughest things to get on a regular basis. You’re probably overscheduled and racing from one task to the next, but Feng Shui can help create a more restful home and more relaxed you. The southwest corner of your home is associated with the Earth Element and rest. Placing accents of blue and green here, as well as images that inspire calm and peace, will help facilitate meditation and other restful pursuits. …

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Giving Thanks

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Feng Shui – Buddha

Feng Shui – Buddha

The Buddha is a symbol of calm abiding no matter where you live in the world. When you’re having trouble carving out time for yourself, doing yoga, relaxing, or even sitting in meditation, a statue of the Buddha can help. Adding one to the southwest corner helps you get in touch with inner knowledge, while placing a Buddha in the center of your home helps build unity among everyone there and connect you with larger universal energies. …

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We’Moon Lunar News – February 18, 2017

Aquarian Dream © Melanie Gendron 1977

Lunar News February 18, 2017

  • Saturday the 18th: Sun in Pisces,
    Waning Half Moon in Sagittarius
  • Moon moves through:
    Sagittarius / Capricorn / Aquarius
Open. Receptive. Imaginative. Intuitive. Transparent. Pisces is endlessly endearing because of its natural inclination to be open to and affected by life.
This spring’s Venus retrograde will further your already famous ability to feel. When Venus slides backwards into Pisces in April and spends the month there, you will have an enormous opportunity for self-reflection, self-forgiveness and mending old self-image issues….
excerpt Chani Nicholas © Mother Tongue Ink 2016
Read the full Year at a Glance for Pisces on pg 59, We’Moon 2018: La Luna
Pisces Sun (Feb 18–March 20): Dream. Mutable Water Pisces reminds us to hibernate, to renew our wells with rest, introspection, feed our fertile imagination, and create safety for our sensitivity and intuition. The energy level is low, but sensitive and aware; we process and gestate our dreams for the year ahead.
Those born under a Pisces Sun contribute refined sensibilities. They are our canaries in the mine; they feel gifts and challenges before anyone else, and bring our attention to unusual beauty, to potential problems, and to new visions for blue skies ahead.
Moon in Sagittarius by day: Our temper lightens; we grow resilient, frank, restless and need a change of scene. Our minds roam the natural world, to faraway places and vast philosophies. While we’re impatient with details close to home, we open our hearts to children and wild animals. Dance, hike, explore the night away.
Heather Roan Robbins © Mother Tongue Ink 2016
from We’Moon 2017 pgs 12-14—Sun signs & Transits
• Sagittarius MoonChild’s gregarious optimism for adventures and wild uncharted possibilities.
• Capricorn MoonChild who is born wise, growing younger with age, a determined alchemist who knows how to make gold from ordinary materials.
• Aquarius MoonChild’s essential zaniness that provokes the weird and invokes the genius in everyone. Teams and tribes naturally gather around her.
excerpt Gretchen Lawlor © Mother Tongue Ink 2016
from We’Moon 2017, pg 18 & 19—Inner Child / Moon Child
STARCODES
excerpt by Heather Roan Robbins
Enjoy the entire weeks outlook on our Astology Connection webpage.
…under duress and in a potentially willful week, the planets ask us to look at how we use our personal power, our political and financial power, how we use our fossil fuels, because they are all connected. We need to look in our simple daily interactions and our spiritual life as well as our politics, and ask are we using all of these for the best of all sentient beings. What transformation can we catalyze to improve our situation, across the board….
… Saturday, February 18: The Sun enters Pisces, beginning what is normally a month where we review the past, rest, dream, and prepare for spring, where we take care of feelings as tender as the first snowdrop flowers. But this year those tender feelings sprout in a world that’s edgier, less interested in vulnerability, more action-oriented. Today’s Sagittarius Moon suggests that if we get out in the wild or take a break from routine, we can renew our resilience. After a more private, potentially resentful, morning, the Moon enter Sagittarius Moon and encourages us to be outspoken, but we can choose to do so in a kindly way. Let the day be diverse: rather than feel conflicted about what to do or who to do it with, time share….

Feng Shui – Flame of Illumination

Feng Shui – Flame of Illumination

Most people spend their whole lives looking for that special purpose that makes them feel part of the larger Universe. If you’re seeking illumination in this area of your life, focus on the northern area of your home. Adding accents of red here can provide the flame of illumination, while adding fire in the form of bright colors, candles, or incense can light the fire of purpose and clarify what’s right for you. …

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February 2017 New Moon Solar Eclipse in Pisces: Discovering What’s At the Bottom of the Sea

The February 2017 New Moon Solar Eclipse takes place on Feb 26, 2017.It will fall in the sign of Pisces & deliver an important new beginning.

Source: February 2017 New Moon Solar Eclipse in Pisces: Discovering What’s At the Bottom of the Sea

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