No Longer Lost



Neptune takes an angular position as it conjuncts the Ascendant in Pisces. Because they’re at 17 and 18 degrees, optimism, creativity and intuitive work ethic, infuse your day. However, the potency of Neptune is that it loosens boundaries and diffuses your ego. This is similar to the Buddhist doctrine of Itai Doshin, meaning ‘many in body and one in mind.’ As your day unfolds, find ways to share this sense of unity.

This positive destination reflects the sextile between Neptune and Pluto. They encourage the implementation of your compassionate version of spiritual advancement. If you find yourself moving through the shadow side of Neptune, the erosion of identity may feel threatening. This is caused by the surfacing of your inner cast of characters, that you’ve found difficult to deal with. Remember, whatever is suppressed will eventually find an outlet.

You can choose to consciously work to evaluate the parts of yourself that you find less pleasing. Neptune’s semi-sextile with the Part of Fortune, is favourable. They lead you to see the riches buried inside the deeper dimensions of your life. By mining them, good luck and abundance may flow when you use your creativity.

The path to achieving this is interrupted because of the mounting defence from Mars, Uranus, Saturn and Jupiter. They all form a semi-square to Neptune. They try to deviate you from your course due to; impractical idealism, mental confusion or hidden motives. However, because Neptune is in the sign it rules, it’s powerful and strengthens you.

The only potential adversary is Saturn because it’s at home in Aquarius. When these planets are combined as a semi-square, fears and anxieties will be stirred. A result could be you feel inadequate or lacking in direction. But escaping through drink and drugs, is not the answer. The clue is in Neptune’s first house position. Now is the time to decide which part of yourself will you let go off that keeps you separate from others.

Quote of the Day — Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Sorrow looks back. Worry looks around. Faith looks up.”



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Bybreen Samuels

I write about Ageing, Astrology, A.I and Web 3.0, to help improve your emotional wellbeing & raise awareness of how tech is transforming our lives.