Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 21

The Moon is in Taurus. It makes a positive aspect to Pluto late this afternoon. This is good energy for research or renovation. A positive aspect to Mercury late this evening means there’s good communications. When the Moon is in Taurus, we can handle financial issues, enjoy cooking, gardening and sensual activities.

 The Sun travels into Capricorn. It’s the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year. It’s time for merry making, to lift our spirits. January is the best month for getting ourselves organized for the rest of the year.  Starting our exercise programs, dumping possessions that we no longer need, organizing our homes, beginning to actualize our ambitions and learning how to detach ourselves ultimately from a fixation on a material level so we can bring light into our communities are all worthwhile goals.

 Today the Dalai Lama says: From the point of view of a practitioner on the path, many of the high levels of realization you gain and the progress you make on your spiritual journey, are dependent on cooperation and interaction on other sentient beings.

 In Mayan Astrology**it’s 7 Men also known as Eagle. Let’s develop a deeper knowledge of human nature.

 Gardening: Moon in Taurus: Good for planting.

 Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 *From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice Week of December 21

During the next seven days the Moon travels from Taurus to Leo.

Taurus Monday, Tuesday, are good days for working on financial issues, cooking, sewing, gardening, and domestic tasks. Gemini Wednesday, Thursday, we enjoy research, and our focus is on communications of all kinds. Cancer Friday and Saturday we’re interested in the home and family. Leo Sunday is a day for creative projects and parties.

 There are three significant planetary events. On Monday the Sun travels into Capricorn. January is the best month for getting ourselves organized for the rest of the year.  Starting our exercise programs, dumping possessions that we no longer need, organizing our homes, beginning to actualize our ambitions and learning how to detach ourselves ultimately from a fixation on a material level so we can bring light into our communities are all worthwhile goals. On Friday, Uranus stops retrograding. Be aware several days before that accidents and surprises are possible. In the weeks and months ahead will be the time to market innovations and inventions, study metaphysics and astrology. Also on Friday is the Full Moon in Cancer. We can see the difference and then bring the two urges together: need to be nurtured and the need for control.

 In Mayan Astrology* on December 15th, the cycle changed to 1 Muluc, also known as water. This can be a difficult period due to the need to work with negative emotions. People that are most unstable will be most affected.

 There are no long void-of-course Moon periods.

Good days for planting are Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday. At the Full Moon—below the ground vegetables.

 Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr and a reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                             

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Capricorn December 21–January 20

Capricorn

December 21—January 20

 

All Capricorns like to be in control and those on the lover level will become dictatorial to maintain it, rationalizing that they know what is best for the group. 

 Capricorn is a community sign and they are interested in what works for a community on the materialistic level. Capricorns are pragmatic and dislike being emotional (because emotions make them feel out of control), although they will sometimes tolerate feelings in others.  Capricorns like organization and they’re ambitious.  They feel guilty if they don’t take responsibility.  Few Capricorns feel comfortable just leading a couch potato life and feel that they must accomplish something important. 

 According to Alan Oken in his book, Soul Centered Astrology, lower level Capricorns, however, have a “total attachment to the physical plane”.  “Life seems like a constant uphill battle and it is.”  These low life Capricorns, like Richard Nixon and Joseph Stalin are motivated by fear.  Oken goes on to say that self-seeking creates further karmic debts, “until the bricks turn into boulders and the Capricorn collapses under the weight.”  Once the ego is torn, a glimmer of light can penetrate the hard packed earth and a ray of light awakens the unconscious heart.  A higher level Capricorn begins to see the spiritual value within the forms of life.  Whereas before Capricorn was just concerned with money and status, now she or he is interested in taking on responsibility so they can help others.  On the highest level Capricorn is able to manifest the Light of the Spirit into the Material World and become the representative on a community level for it.

 January is the best month for getting ourselves organized for the rest of the year.  Starting our exercise programs, dumping possessions that we no longer need, organizing our homes, beginning to actualize our ambitions and learning how to detach ourselves ultimately from a fixation on a material level so we can bring light into our communities are all worthwhile goals.

 With the month of Capricorn, Aries will be focused on its career and relationship to authority while Taurus will be more interested in religion and spiritual perspectives (as long as their pragmatic).  Taurus will also be interested in foreign travel and higher learning.  Gemini will be focused on sex, other people’s resources and feelings, and their attitudes towards death.  Cancer will focus on relationships while Leo will be focused on health and its working environment. Virgo will be enjoying hobbies, lovers, and children as well as creative projects. Libra will be focused in the home and with family members.  It’s a good time for them to do some house renovations.  Scorpio will be interested in siblings, neighbors and do more short distance traveling. For Sagittarius, money and the state of their finances will be important, while Capricorn will be more visible this month, being active and asserting themselves.  Aquarius will be in retreat, trying to gather their energies for their astrological year which begins next month while Pisces is interested in being practical about displaying its compassion and working on a community level.

 

 

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 20

The Moon begins in Aries. It goes void-of-course at 2:01 PM until 4:13 PM when it travels into Taurus.  It’s a Moon trine Sun day which makes the energy flow easily without getting blocked by emotional discord. When it goes into Taurus life slows down and gets more leisurely. We enjoy cooking and projects around the home.

 Mercury squares Uranus. People can be erratic in their thinking and communicating. We can be mentally off base.

 Today the Dalai Lama says: Discrimination against persons of different races, against women and against weaker sections of society may be traditional in some regions, but if they are inconsistent with universally recognized human rights, these forms of behavior should change. The universal principle of the equality of all human beings must take precedence.

 In Mayan Astrology**it’s 6 IX also known as Jaguar. Let’s use our healing and counseling skills.

 Gardening: Moon in Aries. Plant onions and garlic.

 

Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 19

The Moon is in Aries. A positive aspect to Saturn early in the morning is good for doing anything tedious.  It makes a discordant aspect mid afternoon to Pluto. There’s a chance we’ll run into threatening people. A discordant aspect to Mercury a little later means a communication problem. Early evening a conjunction to Uranus could mean a surprise or a desire to break free of entanglements.

 Mercury conjuncts Pluto today. Some people can use this energy to be argumentative and dictatorial. We can also use it to do research and dig deeper into our lives.

 

Today the Dalai Lama says: Discrimination against persons of different races, against women and against weaker sections of society may be traditional in some regions, but if they are inconsistent with universally recognized human rights, these forms of behavior should change. The universal principle of the equality of all human beings must take precedence.

 

In Mayan Astrology**it’s 5 Ben also known as Reed. Apply social skills today.

 

Gardening: Moon in Aries. Plant onions and garlic.

 

Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 18

The Moon begins in Pisces and goes void-of-course at 7:14 AM until 1:26 PM when it travels into Aries.  It’s a Moon square Sun day which means that we can experience friction with things out of whack.  We can enjoy new projects, though, and physical work.

 Today the Dalai Lama says: Right from the moment of our birth, we are under the care and kindness of our parents, and then later on in our life when we are oppressed by sickness and become old, we are then dependent on the kindness of others. Since at the beginning and end of our lives we are so dependent on others kindness, how can it be that in the middle we ignore kindness toward others.

 In Mayan Astrology**it’s 4 Eb also known as Grass. Let’s not poison ourselves with suppressed anger.

 Gardening: Moon in Pisces: Good for planting.

 

Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

 

 

 

 

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 17

The Moon is in Pisces. A positive aspect to Mercury early in the morning means a link between the subconscious and conscious minds. A positive aspect between the Moon and Pluto midmorning makes it a good time to do research. A positive aspect to Venus before lunch gives a chance to socialize.

 Today the Dalai Lama says: To develop patience you need someone to willfully hurt you. Such people give us the chance to practice tolerance. They test our inner strength in a way that even our guru cannot. Basically patience protects us from being discouraged.

 In Mayan Astrology**it’s 3 Chuen also known as monkey. This is a good day for creative projects, particularly with the Moon in Pisces.

 Gardening: Moon in Pisces: Good for planting.

 

Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

 

 

 

 

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 16

The Moon begins void-of-course in Aquarius. It travels into Pisces at 9:45 AM. This is a day for endings, creative projects, relaxing and entertaining ourselves. It makes a conjunction to Neptune later this evening. We could feel groggy and disappointed or creative and spiritual. When the Moon is in Pisces we can easily lose our boundaries and take on too much of other people’s baggage.

 

Today the Dalai Lama says: I pray for a more friendly, a more caring, and more understanding human family on the planet. To all who dislike suffering, who cherish lasting happiness this is my heartfelt appeal.

 

In Mayan Astrology**it’s 2 Oc also known as Dog. Let’s work on father related authority issues.

 

Gardening: Moon in Pisces: Good for planting.

 

Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 15

The Moon is in Aquarius. There’s a positive aspect to Uranus mid morning. Let’s try something new and unusual. The moon makes a positive aspect to Mars and we have a burst of energy, particularly mental energy. This is a Moon sextile Sun day. Our emotions are balanced and we feel calm and collected.  Friends and organizations benefit.

 Today the Dalai Lama says: It is possible to divide every kind of happiness and suffering into two main categories: mental and physical. Of the two it is the mind that exerts the greatest influence on most of us.

 In Mayan Astrology**it’s 1 Muluc also known as Water. This can be a difficult period due to the need to work with negative emotions. People that are most unstable will be most affected.

 Gardening: Moon in Aquarius. Let’s plan a community garden.

 Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

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Psychic Vera’s Cosmic Advice December 14

The Moon is in Aquarius. There are no lunar aspects until later in the evening and it’s a positive aspect to Saturn. This would be a good time to do some organizational work. It’s good day for spending time with friends and doing community work.

 The Sun squares Jupiter. Some of us will go to extremes. Expectation is greater than realization.

 Mercury makes a positive aspect to Neptune.  This is good creative writing energy.

 Today the Dalai Lama says: It is crucial to be mindful of death—to contemplate that you will not remain long in this life.

 In Mayan Astrology**it’s 13 Lamat, aka the planet Venus. Let’s be choosy about friends and lovers.

 Gardening: Moon in Aquarius. Let’s plan a community garden.

 Remember, being aware of astrological energies means that not only are we in tune with the cosmos, we’re also in tune with ourselves. Socrates said an unexamined life is not worth living, and another ancient Greek said, Know thyself. We can convert stressful planetary aspects to harmonious energies if we are aware of how they affect us and we are willing to take responsibility for our actions, without blaming others for our difficulties.

 

*From Insight from the Dalai Lama Desk Calendar 2015

 

**I always use How to Practice Mayan Astrology by Scofield and Orr as a reference

 

 

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