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Current Planetary Positions

Sun 00° Taurus 00' 13"
Moon 23° Gemini 21' 56"
Mercury 05° Aries 43' 14"
Venus 24° Taurus 26' 50"
Mars 18° Capricorn 09' 58"
Jupiter 20° Scorpio 39' 40" R
Saturn 09° Capricorn 08' 43" R
Uranus 28° Aries 34' 27"
Neptune 15° Pisces 33' 45"
Pluto 21° Capricorn 17' 09"
Chiron 00° Aries 09' 02"
TrueNode 11° Leo 19' 50" R

Saturn

Fasting: The astrological correlations

Fasting is one of the most powerfully efficient ways to make fast (no pun intended!)progress toward mastering the mind-body connection. In this video I explain the astrological correlations:

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Saturn and work, practice and especially………..repetition

 

A brief audio file in which I talk about the connection(s) of Saturn to work, practice and repetition.

 

Saturn

 

A very important force in the planetary array, this planet is often the most important natal point,  and the cycles of Saturn are extremely important toward understanding how to best align oneself with our life circumstances. Connections to timekeeping, accountability, success or failure, getting things done, wisdom from experience and still much more–associate to this planet,  so understanding how it works and learning to express it well-becomes critical if one hopes to do well in life.

 

Where is it in your chart when you were born?  What relationship(s) to other natal planets does it make?

 

Where has it been in the past? What is it doing now?  Where will it go next?

 

The astrology of posture

 

In astrology, posture, a straight-upright spine is most closely associated to Saturn. The strength and character that results is Sun ruled. This is an example of using the power of Saturn-proactively in a very intelligent and positive way. In fact, one could go further and say that there is no better work than striving to be upright.  This will not only immediately connect one to confidence and  strength but also to purpose. Saturn acting in it’s best and most positive role, as a minister to the Sun.

Trump’s Mid Fall 2017

 

A video in which I talk briefly about Donald Trump’s chart-where it has been and where it is going: