Saturday, May 19, 2012

New Moon in Gemini - Annular solar eclipse

NEW MOON IN GEMINI - MAY 21st AEST 9.47am, MAY 20th GMT 11.47pm, PDT 3.47pm - ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE - MAY 21st AEST 9.53am, MAY 20th GMT 11.53pm, PDT 3.53pm. The New Moon gives you an opportunity to dive into your richness and begin anew. Feel this new moon as an opportunity to transform the old beliefs still holding you back and feel the eclipse as a gateway - connecting you to the evolution of consciousness and step into the new paradigm of love. Open yourself to excitement..., curiosity and adventure, live your life, stop thinking about it and just do it.

Embrace all aspects of you, no more pushing away what you think you don't like. Ask your higher self to alert you to anything that is hurting, raw or wounded within you - then love, cuddle and embrace all these parts of you. Would you turn away from a wounded person or animal? For that is what you do when you reject these parts of you - now is the time to be kind, gentle and patient with you. Feel the twins working together as a unified whole with much wisdom and love. This brings your heart and mind together where you expand into your truth, you can imagine it as a point of light pouring forth your essence, illuminating your path into infinite possibilities.

It has taken 26,000 years for the Earth, Sun and Moon and the Pleiades constellation to align. Are you ready for the annular solar eclipse that will herald a great shift in all. As the sun is blocked by the moon, a black velvety, matrix of no space or time will give you the opportunity to expand into a whole new way of being. Eclipses are the celebration of big changes – They magnify all we are yet to embrace and love about ourselves and all. In this solar eclipse embrace the new beginning, (May 20, 2012) and the accompanying lunar eclipses let go, let go and "Let Go" (June 4, 2012). Then you are ready for the Venus Transit.

A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby totally or partially obscuring the image of the Sun for a viewer on Earth. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the Moon's apparent diameter is smaller than the Sun, causing the Sun to look like an annulus (ring), blocking most of the Sun's light. An annular eclipse appears as a partial eclipse over a region thousands of kilometres wide.

Embrace and Release. Namaste, Denise♥


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