“13 Aquarius 54 New Moon on Feb 2nd 2011 Brings in Gratitude With Attitude”

The 13 Aquarius 54 New Moon on February 2nd 2011 at 6:32 p.m. PST, like all new moons is a time to begin new projects and thoughts for the coming month.  This is especially timely as this New Moon brings in with it, the start of the Chinese New Year of the Hare or the Rabbit.  The year of the Hare should bring a more calming effect then the previous year, but that does not mean the difficulties and tribulations have gone away, but they are expressing themselves in ways we weren’t expecting and hoping for.  As all New Moons are a bit precarious, because we are beginning our journey in darkness, our plans must be well thought out, if our actions are to turn out successfully.  With this moon phase the need to give gratitude and respect to all, even the ordinary and to everything we take for granted, is timelier then ever before, if we are to come up with solutions that will bring success to any project we are working on.  We need to be grateful with an altitude, and by that I mean, that our gratitude should not just be words coming from our lips, but should have action behind it.   When we are truly grateful of something, we begin to understand and realize why we are thankful.  In this mood we become receptive to all the positive thoughts and actions that surround us and being in a positive state of mind, which will then attract more positive thoughts, actions and behaviors.  We need to bring the sacred out of all the mundane, ordinary objects and thoughts from there spiritual abode and into the open, and allowing them to take on new meaning and respect in our world.  Realizing that everything has its’ place and purpose in this Universe of ours.

“The Sabian symbol for the 14th degree of Aquarius is taken from “The Sabian Symbols in Astrology by Marc Edmund Jones”, and what follows are my comments.

14  A train entering a tunnel  This is a symbol of life’s normal expectation in the performance of community services or in the refinement of social divisions of labor, and of the utterly natural participation of self in its more impersonal relationships with others.  Here is the basic generosity of human personality in an eagerness for any or every new path of experience, or in a readiness to share its skills or its talents as these have been sharpened by actual employment and thus are fit for further usefulness.  The keyword is courtesy.  When positive, the degree is man’s gift for meeting the most exciting of demands on his various potentialities, and when negative, uninspired conformity to limitation.

With this sabian symbol we realize that we as humans need to put gratitude into action and have it bring forth its fruits.  We must separate the selfish gratitude that will manifest limitation in all forms, and demonstrate that true gratitude includes the whole humanity, as we are all part of the Universal Divine creation.  Having gratitude with altitude, we allow our conscious and subconscious minds to honor all that was created from the lowest to the highest.  In the eyes of God, everything is equal.   God has granted us the ability to express gratitude and its many possibilities and it is our duty to bring it into reality with all its various potentialities.  In other words, “Gratitude with Attitude” should be our keyword.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by maria on January 25, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    beautifilly written..and true


    • Posted by linknjoe on January 25, 2011 at 3:17 pm

      Hi, Thanks for your Kind words. Comment anytime you feel it,as it is always appreciated. Again thanks and regards, Lincoln


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