Astro Frequencies… What’s Your Vibe?
Karma and Life’s Compass: The Lunar Nodes
Astrology in and of itself is a compass. Knowing that we are one with the universe helps us to find direction in life. Knowing our relationship to life allows to live a fuller, more holistic life. The universe and cosmos are huge realities and we ask ourselves. “how do we fit in?” Afterall, we have everyday lives to lead: going to school, work, cleaning the house, going to the dentist, etc. The ancients studied the skies and their affects on us here on earth. Astrology is birthed from this ancient wisdom guiding us, who take advantage of this elevated astronomical knowledge, in our earthly journey with their gifts of love.
It may seem like what is going on in the cosmos is light years away from our reality. This thinking is incomplete. If we only focus on the density of what our five senses can ascertain, we are only seeing part of the picture. It would be like taking a snapshot of a field of beautiful flowers but the picture of the flowers, due to a defect, develops only in black and white. All of the beautiful colors of red, orange, yellow, white, green, purple and so on, are missing.
We are the flowers and are much more than the structures our 5 senses-3-D world process in our everyday world.
As we lead our lives, not only do we leave our footprints on the physical earth but on the universe. When we use the wisdom of Astrology to help us navigate our lives, we empower ourselves with a very useful toolset that we can use to become the architects of our lives.
Among these tools are the lunar nodes of the moon represented the north and south nodes. In Vedic Astrology they are called Rahu, north, and Ketu, south, which represent the head and tail of the dragon respectively. The nodes are so important that some astrologers make them a major focus in their Astrology chart interpretations.
In the natal chart, the north node zodiac sign represents an area of focus, in this lifetime, where we can attain huge strides in our soul’s growth and development. However, in order to focus on this area, we have to be aware of where it is. The other half of the lunar nodes, the south node, is an area of experience we are very familiar with and can use the skills indicated by its zodiac sign to help us further our growth.
The nodes also affect us collectively as they continuously move and repeat about every eighteen years giving us many opportunities to experience their energies.
The lunar nodes, just like the other dimensions of life, offer us a choice. Do we reach for our higher potential as shown in the north node placement or do we chose to continue on the path of the south node where we are more comfortable but offers less potential for growth? The choice is ours.
And therein lies the struggle of life: what do we choose to do with the gift of life? What we choose has consequences, karma.
There is a lot more to this heavy word, karma and to the energies of the lunar nodes. Perhaps this writing will stir you to learn more about your Astrology chart. What is written here is just a brief introduction with more to come.
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Felecia’s quote: “Be your own best Astrologer but in the meantime, make sure you have one”
Article by from the Harte, ~Felecia Harte for ASTRO FREQUENCiES, 2023 (c)
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TIMING iS EVERYTHING!
Looking to make big moves this new year, 2023? Change careers? Get married? Buy a house? Well, from now through April 15th represents an excellent window of time for moving plans forward. All the planets in our solar system are moving direct, in forward motion; this is not an everyday occurrence. It’s like the planets have synchronized their direct momentum in order to start our new year with a gift of rhythmic synchrony to help us achieve our desired goals.
There are personal planets: Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars; societal planets: Jupiter and Saturn; universal planets: Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. And now, all of these planets are in direct motion. Often times, planets move in a retrograde motion with the exception of the sun and moon which never retrograde. This retrograde motion not only gives the planets a chance to slow down and take a break but also gives us the opportunity to reflect and refine the energies retrograde planets embody.
For instance, many people are aware of Mercury retrograde. Mercury is the planet of communication: talking, writing and also thinking, how we process our thoughts. Mercury retrograde is an opportune time to slow down and really look at how we communicate and the thoughts preoccupying our minds…what ideas are rolling around in our heads. Mercury retrograde is a good time to evaluate these mercurial characteristics and improve in areas where needed. Although the future has not yet occurred, this reflecting process lends itself to focusing in the present on events that have already occurred. However, once we have reviewed and improved our mental processes, we can better our future minds.
This retrogradation, slowing down and focus on a particular planet and its planetary energies, occurs with each planet when in retrograde motion.
At this time, February 1st to April 15th, is an ideal time to move forward as all the planets are in forward motion.
What’s on your mind? What do you desire? What have you been planning for awhile now but have not executed? Now is a good time to put those plans into action. This direct motion of the planets doesn’t mean you can just haphazardly be successful at anything you do but does support carefully considered goals.
So hop off those merry-go-round thoughts and catch a planetary ride with the carousel of stars waiting to make your dreams come true!
written by: ~from the Harte © February 1st, 2023
Stay tuned into your ASTRO FREQUENCiES…
Felecia’s quote: “Be your own best Astrologer but in the meantime, make sure you have one.”
We are not separate from the universe; we are of the universe! We live in this milieu of galaxies amongst all the other residents of the universe: sun, moon, stars, planets, asteroids, comets, black holes, etc. We are also composed of the same chemical elements as the universe: water, hydrogen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide for example. Of course, we and the planets embody varying degrees of these elements which gives each its life, form and temperament but all originate from the same source.
People have different personalities as measured by the way we present ourselves with our own unique way, we have a certain style. The celestial bodies too have personalities: the sun invites us to spend a summer day basking in the warmth of its rays, picnicking at the park, or sunbathing at the beach; the moon lights up the night setting the mood for mystery and romance while the stars reflect the twinkle in our eyes and the planets display their cosmic rhythm while dancing in the sky. All have distinct personalities and yet, we all co-exist in this vast universe.
The celestial bodies, as we, have electromagnetic fields of energy that add to our power of relativity. Sometimes this electromagnetic field is referred to as the aura. These fields of energy are frequencies emanating outwardly from the whole of the orbital bodies.
People can tune in to these frequencies. We can sometimes know what kind of a mood a person is in even without that person uttering a word. We can feel the frequency, the vibe, and just know. Some people might say, “I picked up a bad vibe and kept my distance.”
These fields of energy, frequencies, are given off by the sun, moon and planets as well. We all know that although the moon is about 240,000 miles away from the earth, it still affects us not only by lighting up the night but additionally, with its gravitational pull. I think many of us have witnessed the huge ocean waves when the moon is full. The human body is composed of about 60-70 percent water. Wouldn’t a full moon affect us too? We also know that there would be no life on earth without the warm rays of the sun. How many times have we positioned a plant to make sure it has enough sun to grow?
Yes, these celestial bodies are much farther away from us than a person who gives off vibes indicating a mood. However, the celestial bodies are much larger in mass and emanate enormous amounts of electromagnetic frequencies. The ancients recognized cosmic correlations thousands of years ago from their careful observations of the sky. “As above, so below” is an axiom attributed to Hermes Trismegistus, astrologer, sage, and believed to be the author of the Emerald Tablets, one of the revered, scholarly works of antiquity where this axiom was written and has thrived for centuries.
The ancients understood the importance of observing these astronomical giants’ cycles and phases as their lives depended on it. Today, we depend on how hostile or friendly the seasons are as our seasons too are influenced by the cosmic climate. The Farmer’s Almanac identifies new and full moon cycles in addition to recording and predicting astronomical events, proven to be important agricultural information, utilized by many farmers for planting and harvesting crops.
Our very lives depend on what’s going on not only on earth but in the universe because we are of the stuff of the universe. Astrologers observe the sun, moon, stars and planets and correlate their activities with our human experiences. A practice that has prevailed with cultures all over the world for thousands and thousands of years.
Astrology is based on mathematical science but also interprets that science along with the frequencies, personalities, of the celestial bodies to see how they influence our lives here on earth.
The ancients methodically divided the sky into twelve sectors and each sector represents different parts of the human experience: personality, home and family, relationships, career to name a few along with eight more fields of human experience rounding out these twelve sectors. The ancients knew that human existence was not merely an isolated event but that all was a whole and began acknowledging our relationship with our cosmic family.
Here is a keyword snapshot of each of the twelve astrological signs and their astro frequencies:
Aries- I originate energy (March 21st to April 2oth)
Taurus- I accumulate energy (April 21st to May 21st)
Gemini- I disseminate energy (May 22nd to June 21st)
Cancer- I emote energy (June 22nd to July 22nd)
Leo- I express energy (July 23rd to August 22nd)
Virgo- I distill energy (August 23rd to September 23rd)
Libra- I equalize energy (September 24th to October 23rd)
Scorpio- I transform energy (October 24th to November 22nd)
Sagittarius- I expand energy (November 23rd to December 21st)
Capricorn- I manifest energy (December 22nd to January 20th)
Aquarius- I electrify energy (January 21st to February 19th)
Pisces- I surrender energy (February 20th to March 20th)
Tune in to your Astro Frequencies!
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