25 May 2012

Keep your eyes on the sky


When you were the sky (where was I?) 
Watercolor, 8" x 9" 
Suzanne McDermott

Were you lucky enough to witness the annular eclipse last Sunday? Whether or not you were able to see it, you were probably somehow effected. 

For those of you who do not put stock in astrological (or even astronomical) matters, here's my logical take. Consider how the moon affects the tides, the way the sun affects the plant life that provides the air we breathe and food we eat. Then consider how we, as human beings, are made up of mostly water and are biological systems, not too unlike plants. How can the moon and sun (and planets beyond) affect the tides and other life forms on earth and not us?

Last Sunday's annular eclipse was just the start of a rare sequence of cosmological events. 

All eclipses come in pairs. Right now we're in between Sunday's annular eclipse, the lunar eclipse on June 4th, and a biggie in the sky world the transit of Venus, between June 5 and 6.

Use this time to make the most of whatever opportunities for change and development that are offered to you. If nothing is apparent, think about what changes you might want to make for yourself. Then take action. At least a step in the right direction.

This is a rare moment. Take advantage!

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