The New Moon will arrive on Tuesday night on January 16th and with this new cycle, it will bring in a most interesting month.
Oh No, you say! Not another time of intensity. Well, yes is the answer but what this cycle will be doing is closing the door to the last six months, letting go (at least to a certain degree) of this intensity. What we do with it is up to us.
Are you still caught in life’s drama?
Have you been able to look in the mirror during these last six months?
Are you ready to step out of your box?
If not, then you may not notice that there is going to be a new door open for you to take.
We will have two eclipses occurring during this 28-day cycle, the first happening on the 31st of January, a complete eclipse of the Full Moon. That will be followed by a solar eclipse of the 15th of February, just as the Chinese New Year celebrations begin with the New Moon of the 16th.
The planets have been in a box or wedge since the August eclipses took place. This is called a Kali Sarpa Yoga and is one the more intense alignments of them all. This wedge has been the cause of much blockages, obstacles and restrictions that we have been experiencing.
This particular Kali Sarpa Yoga has lasted for six months which is much longer than usual. This is certainly the main reason why people are experiencing much more intensity in their lives.
It is much like having your hand above the hot plate on your stove and during these six months, your hand has been getting closer and closer and it certainly for some feels like it has been burnt.
That is probably why I have a bit busy with readings to help everyone navigate these times. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you need a reading.
After this 28 day New Moon Cycle, our hands will move away from the heat, the intense energies will alleviate and for many, it will be a time to breathe and heal!
John R Fyfe