Numerology/Astrology for 4/6/17
4/6/17 is the number 20. As you prepare for the energy to fall a bit through the floor just remember that all things are transitory. Nothing stays forever. Daylight always follows the night and night always comes to daylight. Life is about learning to keep moving when you are moving through times of difficulty. It is in the tough moments that you have to learn to focus and have mental discipline. Life will always challenge you but what makes a difference is what you do in those times where you are shifting from dreaming to achieving. Those moments are designed to bring up your fear and that is when your ego has a hook to undermine your confidence or your ability to feel as if you can accomplish the task. Goals are not one single thing. They are a series of many small steps that combine to make great things.
Saturn stations as it turns retrograde today and will continue to travel in this apparent backward motion until August 25th. Saturn’s station can cast a rather somber or heavy tone over the week, just know that you are more likely to make errors until you adjust to this energetic shift. While Saturn is retrograde, you tend to review and question your responsibilities and commitments as opposed to dealing with them in the moment. There can be more than usual experiences of guilt and self-doubt as you internalize fears but also the chance to reassess your commitments. The Moon is in Leo all day, and while it may be too easy to stir up drama this morning with a Moon-Mars square this morning, the Moon’s trine to Uranus this afternoon and Saturn this evening stimulates your enterprising natures and helps you find creative and constructive channels for self-expression.
Compassion is when you are uncomfortable
but instead of feeling the discomfort
you choose to focus on kindness
and the support that others attempt to give.
Love is a choice
so that in each moment
you remember that the love
you have inside is bigger
than any wound or upset
that you have ever had in this lifetime.
Peace is your natural state of being
and when you find yourself not being there
all you have to do is reconnect
to the true essence of who you are.
What a beautiful time we have had with the monks. We have started the process to build a stupa and the land is blessed and the prayer flags are flying and sending out many blessings to America, the land, and the ocean. It has been a whirlwind trip with many exciting new discoveries for the monks. It was a joy to see their faces with the river rafting adventure (much thanks to Morrison’s Rafting Adventures and my niece Kaitlyn Bailey and James Sampsel for their incredible heart and gift of the water adventure of a lifetime). Then we had such a marvelous time exploring caves which neither of them had seen. Then off to the magnificence of America (the beautiful) and the amazing National Parks. The big trees were nothing that either of the monks had ever seen. Never in their wildest dreams did they ever expect to see such ancient beings. It was wonderful to walk with them with the eyes of a child and such a wide open compassionate heart. It was a gift to be a part of such a beautiful moment for them. It made my experience much richer and profound.