Astro-Notes on June 25, 2014 – hidden influences

Today, Juno in Gemini is linked to Ceres in Libra via a tense sesqui-quadrate, whereas retrograde Mercury in Gemini connects to Jupiter in Cancer by semi-sextile and Pallas in Virgo trines retrograde Pluto in Capricorn. So, things are going to get better over the course of the day if we put the necessary effort into it and don’t give up right away. It might require some negotiating and compromising on our part, but agreements can be reached easily if we review the facts and then decide what is in the best interest of all parties concerned. Although we know how important it is to maintain our daily routines, sometimes we have no other options than to accommodate and adapt to the current moment or developments, even if that means to temporarily venture of our path or mission. In the end, our politics will work out as things get done one way or another – just not necessarily in the right order. And instead of fretting about it or stressing ourselves out, we might actually see improvement and some results, while accepting that we did what we could.

Tarot card of the day is the The High Priestess”, suggesting that we’re aware of a larger reality and see the potential or understand the possibilities as we open us to what could be. We’re looking beyond the obvious and being receptive to all kinds of subtle and hidden influences, which include our inner voice we need to listen to and trust. Also, we need to look for areas of our life, which are out of balance and therefore require greater foresight and wisdom. Our life is changing. Things that once seemed certain can no longer be taken for granted.

I had only started out to write on this blog post yesterday evening, but then got distracted by an advertisement that enticed me to reconsider their services for my business cards. Thus, I spent my time browsing through their selection, but couldn’t really settle for a design. However, I came up with a catchphrase for the promotion of my business. Meanwhile, it had gotten so humid in here that I could barely concentrate. Still not sure about the design though.