Numerology/Astrology for 9/5/16
9/5/16 is the number 5. It is Labor Day! A day for families to connect and to enjoy the great outdoors with those you love as the last of the summer’s heat begins to cool off as we head into the Fall season. Take a moment to appreciate what you have and the love that is offered again and again from family and friends. There is always something to be grateful for and taking a precious moment and speaking the words that come from your heart to others is important in allowing them to know what they mean to you in your life. It is the stability of family that gives us the safety to reach out. It is the intensity of family that brings the karmic issues and lessons of our life to the forefront. Family is always that mixture of love and learning. Embrace the whole circle being offered to you and know that there is also spiritual family out there that can be of great help to you when the karma begins to feel like it is overloading your circuits. The Moon continues its transit of gracious, diplomatic Libra until 8:40 AM EDT when it enters Scorpio and you might feel more determined, impassioned, and decisive. Yes, everyone seems to be taking his or her emotions and inner world more seriously but try to keep it in balance. Take a moment to feel more proud and believe that things will eventually go your way. Even if others don’t seem to be moving in the direction you want. There is a Mercury-Venus parallel aspect in force today, which points to a desire to share your ideas and feelings and a willingness to accommodate others.
I have learned to not fear my own darkness.
I have learned that there is nothing inside of me
that is not made of love.
I have learned that the things that appear dark
are often the energies
that have been judged by others or myself.
I have learned that day without night
gives no time to rest.
Light without darkness
gives no depth.
And love without loss
gives no compassion.
In this moment I am grateful for the compassion I have for myself to forgive and let others have their journey. I am grateful that in forgiving myself I can forgive others. I am grateful that I understand the suffering that the mind can inflict on the self. I am grateful that I know that the mind lies in order to maintain control and to keep me in a state of discomfort. I am grateful that I consciously choose to not become a part of the mental chaos as it grabs at my soul from the darkness. I am grateful that my soul remembers and recognizes that this entire experience is an illusion of an embodied dream to experience other realities and perspectives. I am grateful for this dream, this illusion, and these lessons that ensnare the senses and entice the emotions to dance in this density. I am grateful to the journey that endlessly wanders back to remembrance of the truth and the divine within each one of us.