DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE FEBRUARY 7–13, 2020: LEO FULL MOON

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DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
FEBRUARY 7–13, 2020

LEO FULL MOON

Moon is full in Leo on Saturday
(Eastern) and Sunday (Pacific
time). This Full Moon is
intensified by today’s Venus in
Aries—a feisty placement,
especially for  women.
Also passion-promoting. This bright
and fiery moon, egged on by Venus
in Aries, will help bring something
that we feel strongly about to a
head, and we’ll possess the energy and
impetus to fight for it, or fight
to defend it. Do we want to be led,
or must we each be ready to be a
leader? Leo knows the answer.

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DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE JANUARY 24-31, 2020 NEW MOON IN AQUARIUS + “Aquarius, Sign of Lightworkers”

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
JANUARY 24-31, 2020

NEW MOON IN AQUARIUS

“We finally get a major lunation
without hangups!” says Crystal.
Today’s Aquarius New Moon–last
New Moon before Mercury heads into
pre-retrograde shadow next
month–is an excellent time for
new beginnings. It kicks off the
Chinese Year of the Rat, a year
that’s predicted to be prosperous.
And, this Aquarius New Moon squares
Uranus, ruler of rebel Aquarius. So
new initiatives that highlight our
independence and humanity are
favored.

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Aquarius, Sign of Lightworkers

[Ed. note: each month we re-run Daykeeper founder Maya del Mar’s profound and poetic take on the appropriate sun sign. Maya, a quintessential light-working, freedom-loving, truth-seeking, forward-thinking and independent Aquarian, was born on February 7.]

Aquarius is a sign of “light workers,” quite literally in the case of Thomas Edison. Now, during this time of Aquarius, we all become light workers. It is time.

There is a need for light, not only in California but throughout the nation and world, and we have much to do.

In Aquarius time we each open to our own light and let it shine for all. We learn that when we put light on any situation, we get light back. Emily and I experienced that with our January 2001 inauguration ritual, just as the Sun entered Aquarius. We called in the help of the elements to bring in light, and after the ceremony we felt contented and healed. Our fear and misgivings were dissipated.

In Capricorn we built the life forms to contain spirit. Now, in Aquarius, we can let that light of spirit shine through everything we do. Like electricity, the cosmos flashes through us, and we become conductors of divine messages, each in our unique way.

As Aquarius enters, we feel the stirrings of individuality. Those stirrings can be symbolized by the groundhog, who emerges from his winter hibernation on February 2 to check on his shadow. How do we cope with these new impulses for autonomy? Do we become aware that we cast our shadow wherever we go, and awaken to the world? Or do we remain oblivious of our impact and return to sleep?

Aquarius calls on us to awaken—to become conscious of our world, responsive to the needs of others, and open to our own self-expression. As we become more sensitive to those forces around us, our responsibilities increase. Our ideals of brotherhood and sisterhood are stimulated, and we desire to make the world a better place.

As a fixed sign, Aquarius demands commitment—commitment to our nobler aspirations, our higher selves, to that great light which radiates from the heart of each of us.

Expressed poetically, the time of Aquarius might be called the month of the ‘flowering of consciousness,’ as though the service we perform now is like a rose blooming in midwinter, when no one expects it.” —Leichtman and Japiske

(In fact, in northern California our flowers DO begin to bloom during Aquarius time! The first delicate white toothworts appear in the woods at the end of January, and the bold yellow acacia blooms suddenly startle us in the first days of February. Pink buds enliven the leafless branches of flowering plums, and elegant while magnolias, like big tulips, spring like magic from leafless trees.)

Aquarius is an air sign, and it is important now to return to the greater grounding of the other fixed signs to help us to manifest Aquarius’ new consciousness. Scorpio gives us insight into our motivations and a grounding in our unconscious drives. Leo allows the flowering of creative self-expression, and Taurus, with its ear to the earth insists that we remain connected to reality. Aquarius can give objectivity and social relevance to all of these impulses.
(Read Maya’s “Aquarius in the Air” here.)

Aquarius is the sign of freedom, because it is in Aquarius that spirit is freed. We have the opportunity to drop willfulness, fear and pettiness as we give ourselves up to the workings of spirit and allow wisdom to penetrate.

With this direct link to spiritual truth we can accomplish much during Aquarius time. We are wide open to inventions, new ideas, better ways to do things. Our convictions are strengthened, and if we can create an agenda through which to express them and use our group connections to mobilize force behind them, the sky’s the limit. Franklin Roosevelt is an example of an Aquarian who did just that.

The expression of goodwill and higher truth encouraged during the sun’s passage through Aquarius of course meets resistance—within ourselves, within groups, within nations. Conflict, inner and outer, is likely during Aquarius time. These conflicts are opportunities for increasing our understanding of the patterns of life, and for developing compassion for all of life.

Independence is a hallmark of Aquarius, as we struggle to become true to the spirit within us. Examples of independent people born during the Aquarius time are Colette, Gertrude Stein, Yoko Ono, and Abraham Lincoln.

Aquarius, as it emanates the light of the Spirit, has Star quality. Examples are Clark Gable, Paul Newman, Leontyne Price, and Ronald Reagan. We each have our personal star within us, and during Aquarius time we can let it shine.

Aquarius is the sign of friendship, and it was Aquarian songwriter Carole King who wrote:

Winter, spring, summer, or fall
All you have to do is call
And I’ll be there,
You’ve got a friend.

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE JANUARY 17-24, 2020 AQUARIAN-URANIAN-FIXED-SIGNAPALOOZA!

Daykeeper Journal January 2020 Astrology

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
JANUARY 17-24, 2020

AQUARIAN-URANIAN-FIXED-SIGNAPALOOZA!

It seems paradoxical that Aquarius, a fixed
sign, is one of the most open-minded signs of
the zodiac. Fixed signs tend to become
entrenched, stubborn, and impossible to
budge. But in another way this makes sense,
because the fixity of Aquarius is in its most
Aquarian attributes: its belief in freedom,
justice, and dignity for all, in its openness
to the world and to all people, of any class,
age, race, religion, or background, and its
willingness to engage with new ideas. Mercury
just hot-footed into Aquarius this week.

Mighty Sun joins the messenger planet there
on Monday. Then on Thursday, we have an
Aquarian-Uranian-fixed-signapalooza: Aquarius
Sun squares Uranus, ruled by Aquarius, but
now in fixed-sign Taurus. Think of butting
heads, insoluble arguments at the dinner
table, wide-ranging, sudden and potentially
shocking changes of circumstance. Watching
out for our own and others’ intractability
will serve us well. So will leaping on the
Aquarian hayride and joining in a rousing
sing-along of “This Land Is Your Land.” And
meaning it!

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DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE JANUARY 10-16, 2020: SATURN-PLUTO CONJUNCTION

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
JANUARY 10-16, 2020

SATURN-PLUTO CONJUNCTION

This long-awaited planetary encounter is
exact in Capricorn on Sunday, January 12. Are
taken-for-granted structures, hierarchies,
and institutions being dissolved, only to be
replaced by something darker and more
Plutonian? Or is the old shifting before our
eyes into something more timely, more real,
and more authentic? We do know that this
transformation won’t be easy. We must
each dive into our own shadow in order to
emerge anew. With Sun, Mercury, and Ceres
joining Saturn and Pluto to form a stellium
in Capricorn, this will be a vocal,
heartfelt, hard-working, and deeply
transformational period.

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DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE NOVEMBER 23-29, 2019: A VISIONARY NEW MOON

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
NOVEMBER 23-29, 2019

A VISIONARY NEW MOON

Tuesday’s New Moon in Sagittarius opens
an exceptionally visionary, mystical, and
healing portal. We can choose to focus
our Sagittarian archer’s sights on
physical or emotional/spiritual recovery,
ease, and enhancement. Or, we can
embrace the intuitive sparks in our nature
and allow them to flame into full perception,
helping us to connect with intuitive truths,
and/or with light-beings. At this far-seeing
portal, the act of writing down our intentions
strengthens our aims, and helps us
align with the higher forces at work.

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November Astrology

So much energy! How can Scorpio’s depth and astuteness help us direct it in positive directions?

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DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE NOVEMBER 16-22, 2019: WALK THE TALK

Walk your talk with Mars and Mercury in Scorpio

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
NOVEMBER 16-22, 2019

WALK THE TALK

Mars muscles into Scorpio on Tuesday.
Crystal says, “our actions can be strategic
and even subtle, but they won’t be meek.”
Coupled with Mars’ focused boldness is
Mercury’s direct station on Wednesday.
Mercury is also in take-no-prisoners
Scorpio. Are you ready to get real, get tough,
and walk your talk? Scorpio can do no less.

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Sun and Rising Sign Tips for the Scorpio New Moon Portal | Daykeeper Journal

Sun and Rising Sign Tips for the Scorpio New Moon Portal

New Moon in Scorpio, October 2019

The New Moon of Sunday, October 27 and Monday, October 28 is a great window to seed intentions for change. With Mercury retrograde, this portal brings new energy to something we initiated previously. In close opposition to Uranus, it accents the freeing vibrations of the rebel planet that earlier this year finished its cycle in Aries and began a new, seven-year stint in Taurus.

The present lunation in Scorpio, sign of change, triggers Uranus’ new mission and—if used intentionally—facilitates the inner changes that will optimize the positive side of the rebel’s present cycle. This New Moon is an especially great portal for clarifying what we want, and writing down our intentions. Check your Sun and Rising signs for additional guidance.

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DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE OCTOBER 12-17, 2019: THE WARRIOR’S INNER STRENGTH

October Aries Full Moon, Hunter's Moon

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
OCTOBER 12-17, 2019

 

THE WARRIOR’SINNER STRENGTH

Crystal says of Sunday’s Full Moon
in Aries, the Hunter’s Moon: “This time
combines Fall’s gift of endings
with the warrior’s inner strength.
Aries empowers us to actively wipe
obsolete patterns from our lives and
minds. In the chart for this lunation,
freeing Jupiter is poised in harmony
with Sun and Moon, opening the way
to more easily express authenticity
and independence.” This Full Moon comes
hard on the heels of Saturday’s second
Uranus opposition of the month. We
might find ourselves seizing an unexpected
opportunity to move towards freedom
and inner joy. We’ll receive lots of
planetary assistance this week,
both in growing awareness and in
making empowering moves.

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October Aries Full Moon, Hunter's Moon

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27-OCTOBER 3, 2019: RELATIONSHIP REALIGNMENT

Daykeeper Journal Astrology - New Moon in Libra

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27-OCTOBER 3, 2019

RELATIONSHIP REALIGNMENT

Freedom. And partnership. Newsflash:
These are not necessarily mutually
exclusive! New Moon in Libra on
Saturday, September 28, gives us an
annual opportunity in the personal
sphere to tune up both our
relationship with ourselves, and with
partners. Are there needs unmet?
Responsibilities unassumed, or weighing
too heavily? Now is the moment to check
in deeply, and to use Libra’s good will,
good humor, generosity, and innate sense
of fairness to ensure that everyone,
ourselves included, is acting and being
treated with both fairness and
compassion. In this way the “ties that
bind” can become, paradoxically,
the bonds that empower and liberate.

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DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE, WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20-26, 2019: A HARVEST OF MASTERY

A Harvest of Mastery, Sun in Libra

DAYKEEPER’S ENERGY UPDATE
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20-26, 2019

A HARVEST OF MASTERY


This past week, we took actions

that have great staying power. 
Now we enter the time of Libra, with
Venus and Mercury already there,
and Sun joining them with Monday’s
Autumn Equinox.

Three more planetary events occur this week.
Saturday, Jupiter squares Neptune, taking us out of
the realm of the everyday and into the realm of art.
Just for fun, create some! Sunday, lively Mercury
squares serious Saturn—time to clean
house, or clear the mind or both. On Monday
Sun enters Libra, ushering in the Equinox,
ancient gateway into Autumn, season
of harvest, of death, of rebirth, of
transmutation.

Now more than ever is the time to use and
enjoy our hard-won skills, to celebrate and 
share our mastery.

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