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The Scorpio New Moon arrives on Wednesday, at 8:01 am Pacific Time, sparking deep transformation and rebirth. It’s a good time to turn inward, to meditate and reset, as we begin whole new cycles in many facets of our lives.

via Ethereal Culture:

This lunation occurs in the midst of several major planetary transits, emphasizing our feelings of newness—along with the uncertainty that accompanies them. The North Node just moved into Cancer on Monday, shifting our direction forward. We’re now placing emphasis on developing the power of our vulnerability and feeling what we feel, without repression.

Meanwhile, we’re upending patriarchal conditioning—the unresolved karma of the South Node in Capricorn. We’re beginning to understand that repressed emotions aren’t strength, but unprocessed pain we end up projecting onto others.

At the same time, we’re closing out a year of Jupiter in Scorpio, which has extracted our shadows—specifically relating to power, abuse, and sexuality. We’re now preparing to feel much more expansive and outward facing, as Jupiter moves into Sagittarius on Thursday. Our energy and optimism are ready to return, full-speed.
Read the full blog here.
Read the Astro-Herbal Calendar for Fall 2018 here
To support this time of transformation and rebirth, The Alchemist’s Kitchen recommends Soul Drops: Sol, Lun, Cosmos & Yarrow & Black Tourmaline Essence

Juliana McCarthy

For more than twenty years, Juliana McCarthy has been studying and practicing Western Astrology, finding it to be a powerful tool for self-exploration and examining how we relate to others. She loves working with people to help them understand their authentic selves—their complexities, gifts, karma, and life paths. In particular, she finds Astrology to be helpful for major transitions, unexpected life changes, and for better understanding relationships—romantic and otherwise. Juliana also practices Energy Healing, using a blend of Reiki and shamanic methods. She helps facilitate powerful breakthroughs by clearing blockages around physical, spiritual, relationship, and emotional difficulties. A longtime student of Tibetan Buddhism, she's an avid meditator and spiritual practitioner.

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