“To Let Go and Trust is the Theme of the 29 Leo 25 Full Moon on Feb 18th 2011”

On February 18th 2011 at 12:36 a.m. PST is the last of the five Full Moons in a row that are in the last degrees of a sign.  Besides being predisposed to the sign it is about to leave, it is starting to be influenced by the sign it is moving towards.  This particular Full Moon initiates the first of six Super Moons this coming year which indicates its’ closest distance from the earth.  During this time I personally believe the energy is subtly felt and experience by those who normally don’t feel the affects of the Moon, and those who normally sense it, as a period of extra inspirations and intuitions in their lives.  These two aspects give this Moon an extra boost and importance as the vital stepping stone in advancing and achieving our goals we need to accomplish during these difficult times, with the malefic aspects of Uranus and Jupiter square Pluto, and Saturn square Venus still lingering in the night sky. 

The state the economy is in is demanding transformation in our daily routines, and the direction our life is aiming towards needs to change.  This particular Full Moon period is offering important keys and solutions with confirmations of issues confronting us.  Some of us have already placed our decisions and changes into action, while others are still deciding on the best plan for action and what is really important.  When the decision is finally made, the aspects of the planets are telling us to let go, and to trust the Universe to accomplish the goals we are reaching for.  We have planted the seed of our wishes, and we must now allow the seeds to produce their results.  We must have trust in the steps we have taken, and that our efforts will produce the results we are looking for.

“The Sabian symbol for the Moon in 30 degrees of Leo and for the Sun in 30 degrees of Aquarius is taken from “The Sabian Symbols in Astrology by Marc Edmund Jones”, and what follows are my comments.

Leo 30  An unsealed letter  This is a symbol of the spiritual integrity of all things in and of themselves, dramatized here by the remarkable extent to which reliance may be placed on the discretion of others in even the most trivial details of day-by-day living.  Suspicion is a poison to the mind whenever it becomes a set of temperament rather than a normal competency in applying the lessons of experience, and in consequence man must trust his fellows in general and in spite of his frequent disillusionments in order to discover how far he may do so in every given case.  The keyword is confidence.  When positive, the degree is exceptional skill in wining and holding the respect of everybody, and when negative, a genius for indiscreetness.

Aquarius 30  The field of Ardath in bloom  This is a symbol of the spiritual integrity of nature herself, dramatized by Marie Corelli’s mystic meadow of ancient Babylon as an ageless and special challenge to modern life.  Everyone may count on the inherent friendliness of the universe, and in consequence on the capacity of man’s destiny to endow him with fruits of his good rather than his bad works.  The individual ultimately must rely on the world in which he finds himself, and so should live in such fashion that a reliance on him in turn is both possible and inviting.  The keyword is continuity.  When positive, the degree is self-illumination through exceptional service to others, and when negative, witless reaction to fantasy.

We need to understand and realize that everything created in this world is interconnected and interdependent on one another.  It is the trust and faith that each of us has their part to execute and to accomplish, that we can and will fulfill our mission in this world.  When we begin to function for the good of the whole, then we will have the conviction and confidence that all will be as it should be.  The decision and direction once made should be allowed to manifest when the time is right.  Once we place our thoughts and ideas into action we need to release them into the hands of the Universe and then let go, acknowledging all will be in its right place at the right time.


3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by maria on February 10, 2011 at 6:21 am

    confidence versus suspicion..this is a really very interesting though…and i must admitt, it sounds true, too. thanks!


  2. Posted by Amy Bird on February 16, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    An unsealed letter makes me think of something which is open for us to see, but not overtly so. That there is a message within, but only if we are willing to actually open it shall we know its contents. I suppose that is where the confidence comes in – you have to have the balls to open it up!

    I am excited about this moon….especially with Neptune and Chiron involved in the mix!


    • Posted by linknjoe on February 17, 2011 at 10:05 am

      My perspective and thoughts is that confidence is brought about from the repetition of experience and knowledge, which brings a trust in performing any deed to its completion. Balls is an occasionally outburst of energy without the necessary forethought of the outcome being beneficial or malefic. This is definitely a moon period to watch and experience to its fullest. The moon allows us to accept and bring in our emotions and feelings and Chiron teaches us how to feel, experience and understand it. Neptune teaches us to give it the colors of the rainbow.

      Happy Moon experience and thank you for your comments.


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