Moon Signs

July 14th, 2012

by Chrisalis

Most people are familiar with their Sun sign but did you also know that you have a Moon sign? This is the sign that the moon was in at your moment of birth. As it takes the moon 28 days to travel through all of the zodiac signs knowing your moon sign can give you a richer interpretation of your actual sun sign and a better understanding of those you know or wish to get to know.

The sun in your chart shows your masculine side whereas the moon shows your feminine side. If you don’t think you fit your sun sign then take a look at where your moon is and you may be in for a big surprise. As well as showing how you tend to process your feelings and handle your emotions it can also give you new insights into how your partner does this also. Quite a handy bit of information to know especially if you have been interacting under the illusion that they are only their sun sign!

You may also have noticed that you are always drawn to the same sign in a partner and yet do not know why. Chances are you have your moon in that sign or in favourable aspects to that sign. There are many other facets that come into a birth chart for interpretation but knowing where your moon is can be a big start to understanding your emotional makeup and also of those around you. If you read that certain signs do not get on and think you couldn’t possibly take things forward with the object of your desires then think again…. look at their moon sign and you may find you are more than compatible!

To give an example, imagine a typical Aries sun personality. This person would be direct, forthright, a leader and instigator of ideas and please note to all potential partners of an Aries character – Aries likes to do the chasing. They like to do the chasing so much so that once they have “caught” you they may lose interest very quickly so it is in your interest to keep them believing they are doing the chasing for as long as possible. However, if their moon is in a sign such as Pisces then the emotional makeup would dampen down the Aries drive giving a much more laidback type of person who is not showing typical Aries characteristics and you may find yourself doing the chasing and wondering why after you have read so many books on Aries traits that they are not living up to their sun sign.

So next time you are inclined to read your sun sign forecast remember there is a whole other side to you (or him/her) and it’s ruled by the Moon and it can open up a whole new world for both of you!

Attracting a Soulmate

July 14th, 2009

by Queen of Swords Tarot

When you focus your attention on what you truly want and from a mate you eliminate the undesirable. The exercise below can assist you, help with clarity, and hopefully eliminate the chaos and confusion around dating. Pay close attention to the different types of potential lovers, and partners you have been attracted to in the past. Compare these old relationship patterns and dynamics to what you are experiencing today. Note what your new level of awareness is around relationships and what you are discovering about yourself newly?

When we focus your CONSCIOUS intention on what we desire in the soul-mate partner, the universe will respond to whatever we say, think, and believe.
Be as specific as possible. If we don’t fill in all the blanks, the universe will, and we may not like what we have attracted in.

Please remember that this is an exercise for attracting our soul mate, and not for obsessively focusing on it. The appointed time of soul-mates meeting is spiritually directed from above, and not intended to be humanly orchestrated, manipulated, or controlled. My intention here, is to provide a tangible tool used by the individual to come into alignment with their own soul, in order to more effortlessly merge with their soul mate, and most importantly, be at peace with the divine will and divine timetable.

Here are some suggestions to get started:

1.My soul mate partner physically looks like.

2.He or she has the following characteristics.

3.He or she shares the same vision about the future as me.

4.He or she places a high value on personal and soul growth.

5.He or she is not afraid to move forward and be free from the past.

6.He or she loves to hike, bike and workout.

7.He or she doesn’t smoke or eat red meat.

8.He or she enjoys making love and has no sexual hang-ups.

9.He or she is complete with the past and has little or no “emotional baggage.”

10.We just flow together with little effort or conflict.

11.He or she loves to travel.

12.We are truly enjoying learning from each other.

13.My soul mate loves to experience new places, people, and activities.

14.My soul mate loves, honors and respects me.

15.My soul mate never tries to compete with me he or she is too busy being my champion.

16.My soul mate deeply loves me and cherishes having me in his or her life.

17.My soul mate has a healthy respect for the opposite sex.

18.My soul mate believes in monogamy.

19.My soul mate possesses strong character, values and personal integrity.

20.My soul mate honors my point of view even if it is different than his or hers.

Get the idea? Have fun with your soul mate analysis and creation. This journal process places a mirror in front of us and we are able to see deeply inside. As we become more clear in what we truly desire our list will change. This change and growth will be recognizable. You will witness the changes in your choices of friends, lovers and co-workers.

March Forth…

July 14th, 2009

by Ms. Laura

“The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” -Stephen Covey

Managing our time requires tough choices. That means that sometimes we may have to say NO to important activities in order to attend to even more important activities that will enable us to accomplish higher priorities.

When we embark on a journey and we aren’t sure how to get there, we typically jot down travel directions. So why are we so resistant to jotting down personal or professional goals or choices that would provide a road map – or at least a compass — for our lives?

I work with a lot of small business owners and professionals including coaches, consultants, doctors, lawyers, and CPAs. For those in the service industry, time IS money. To be profitable in their work, they must learn to limit their investment of time if there will be a limited return on that investment.

Of course, money is just one way to measure the returns. A “return on investment” of time may also yield an emotionally healthy and well-adjusted child, a deeply satisfying marriage, or a beautiful garden. The key is to get clear about what’s most important to you, and then march forth!

Several years ago I was talking with someone at a business luncheon, and at the end of our conversation he wished me a happy March Forth. I considered this to be a bit odd at the time, but I didn’t give it much more thought. A couple days later — on March 4th — I received a homemade card from him. The cover of the card contained a picture of a beautiful waterfall. The inside of the card read, “Thunderous and powerful, yet oh so beautiful! May your power within thunder out, as you march forth and realize all your dreams. Happy March Fourth .” It wasn’t until I received his card that I caught the literary ploy.

Today, as I think about those words – march forth! – I also think about something , Harold Taylor, says: “Major projects will never be finished if they are never started. The key to getting things done is to get things started. Pick a date and time and stick to it.” In other words, march forth!

Author and coach, Cheryl Richardson, shares a technique that has made an enormous difference in both the success of her company and the quality of her life. Here’s the technique:

In the morning when you start your workday, begin with the following question: What action do I most want to avoid doing today?

Once you have an answer to that question, do these two things:

1. Identify the cause of your resistance. For example, does the task feel too tedious or difficult to complete? Is it related to a goal that no longer serves you? Or, are you simply afraid?

2. If you are convinced that a task is, in fact, important, take this action right away.

I’ve always subscribed to the idea of tackling the most important tasks first. Cheryl Richardson’s approach has a slight twist to it. Instead of asking what is most important, she suggests that we ask ourselves what we most want to avoid. By looking at what you most want to avoid, it will challenge you to consider whether or not the items on your “to-do” list are truly designed to move you toward an important goal. It will also keep you focused on the actions you really need to take rather than all the “busy work” you may otherwise get caught up in when trying to avoid something that feels uncomfortable or risky. If you determine that the task is indeed important, by doing it first you accelerate your progress.

Many of us procrastinate around the things that matter most because of the anxiety they cause. Using this method requires some vulnerability on your part. There will be, on occasion, times where you are disappointed with the outcome. But would you rather waste time doing things that don’t matter, or are you willing to take a risk! Cheryl Richardson reminds us of this: “Since there’s a good chance that you’ll live through disappointment or rejection, why not face your fears head on? You have far more to gain than you ‘think’ you have to lose!”

Putting first things first, what’s the next action you will take to help you march forth?

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