Numerology/Astrology for 6/14/19
6/13/19 is the number 5. The Number 5 is a feminine number and is associated with the Mother Earth, the physical body, health, nutrition, and nurturing. The number 5 has gotten a bad name because it is associated with the 5-pointed star or a pentagram. But it was the symbol of magic. Specifically earth magic. Within each of us, we are connected to this earth. She is our “Big Mother”. And that connection calls to us at different times attempting to get our attention. If you ignore your body and the needs of the body, it will get sick to get your attention. If you are not taking care of something, that thing (such as a child) will cry to get your attention. I remember when one day I walked out to the garbage can to dump the trash and I heard a baby kitten crying. She was screaming actually. It was so clear she was in distress. Immediately I called out, “Baby, baby, where are you?” and she kept crying out till I found her hiding in an evergreen bush. That is how life gets our attention sometimes. Loudly and from the place that we have to pay attention. Notice today what is calling out to you. Notice today if you need to take better care of yourself or others. The physical world demands our attention and the more you listen, yes, the more there is to do. But also, the more skilled you become in mastering this complicated domain. You have it within you the ability to expand and include more than you presently are doing. Do not feel resentful that life constantly demands something of you. That is life. That is how it has always been and will always be. Resisting the physical worlds demands will make you go numb and tune out what is essential and very important. Stretch into the discomfort and provide the care that is being asked of you. Trust me. You will feel better and more confident over time.
Today, just might be a better day. Mars is in a favorable position to Neptune and in opposition to Saturn. This pattern will dominate for the new few days. This helps Mars be open to the intuitive instincts that come from the gut and it is also helpful for moving energy in a more intimate and sexual way.
Imagination is flowing and is used in new and more artistic ways. Things might take a more hectic pace. Try to not be harsh and short with others.
In the afternoon Saturn decides it has had enough of Mars and this results in the expression of some selfish tendencies and rebellious responses.
There are, however, some pleasant connections form the Moon and but the change of Saturn might just sour the milk a bit too much regardless.
If you wake up in the middle of the night with an idea or inspiration you can blame the Moon trining Mercury. So, you might as well get up and write down that idea for later or it will keep you awake.
The trine between Mars and the Moon gives you ample courage to start a new action and activity feels clear and concise. Your adventurous spirit is open to new ideas and directions. You may want to look at those travel books. You mind is hungry for experiencing something new.
The Moon sextile Saturn adds energy to your sense of responsibility and you are easy to rely upon. You feel more organized and your objectives seem doable. You are more enthusiastic than you have been in a while and that makes you actions more deliberate.
Know regardless of your choices and actions, in the near future you will be tested to see if your dreams and ideas are really going to work in this reality. It may feel as if people are standing in your way. Don’t let another’s fear stop you or frustrate you as you move forward. It will be hard to stand your ground in the face of another’s resentment. Do it anyway.
That type of energy can make you waver and have trouble focusing. Stay on task and do one thing at a time.
Walk humbly in the world and know that coming from an objective and mature pattern is important to build up a foundation that can sustain you over time.
“A poet is somebody who feels, and who expresses his feelings through words.
This may sound easy. It isn’t.
A lot of people think or believe or know they feel — but that’s thinking or believing or knowing; not feeling. And poetry is feeling — not knowing or believing or thinking.
Almost anybody can learn to think or believe or know, but not a single human being can be taught to feel. Why? Because whenever you think or you believe or you know, you’re a lot of other people: but the moment you feel, you’re nobody-but-yourself.
To be nobody-but-yourself — in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else — means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.”
~E. E. Cummings~
Every generation believes that it must battle unprecedented pressures of conformity; that it must fight harder than any previous generation to protect that secret knowledge from which our integrity of selfhood springs. Some of this belief stems from the habitual conceit of a culture blinded by its own presentism bias, ignorant of the past’s contextual analogues. But much of it in the century and a half since Nietzsche, and especially in the years since Heaney, is an accurate reflection of the conditions we have created and continually reinforce in our present informational ecosystem — a Pavlovian system of constant feedback, in which the easiest and commonest opinions are most readily rewarded, and dissenting voices are most readily punished by the unthinking mob.