Friday, September 24, 2010

Autumn Equinox and Harvest Moon

Dear readers,

I hope you've had an.... interesting autumn equinox and full moon! It was yesterday that the Sun moved into Libra, marking the entrance into the third part of the astrological year. The energies of this autumn equinox merge with the potent energies of the cardinal T-square of Saturn in early Libra (conjunct the equinox Sun) opposite Uranus and Jupiter retrograde in late Pisces (conjunct the full moon that was exact a few hours after the equinox), and T-squaring Pluto in early Capricorn! So you can understand the energies have been intense, and possibly you have felt this intensity in your physical and emotional bodies. For example, many people have reported of heavy headaches and increased body temperature during these last few days. There has also been an increase in solar activity during this time with great solar flares erupting on the Sun's surface. For sure this all affects us.

Mabon - the celtic autumnal equinox

In Barbara Hand Clow's astrological analysis for the Virgo New Moon, she says it is time we all find our path and follow it. We need to think deep and hard about who we are, why we're here and how we fit into the bigger scheme during these important, majestic times of human evolution. In line with this, the autumn equinox is also a time of evaluating where you're at, looking back to the intentions you set at the beginning of the astrological year; the spring equinox. What did you intend to manifest for this year, and how have things turned out? Have your intentions yet manifested? Should you give it a little bit more attention - perhaps things are just about to manifest and you simply need to put in some renewed focus and energy to make it happen? Or, as Barbara writes, some things have not manifested because they just don't really belong in your life as an authentic, ascending human. You can read her Astroflash here: You will find a lot of helpful insights in her text, that hopefully can provide input as you assess where you're at during this powerful autumn equinox of 2010!

Lots of love to you all!

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Transit Sun opposing Chiron/Neptune

As I was preparing to compose a new post for the blog I found myself coming back to the issue of Chiron and its links to both flower essences and astrology, which I have already written a bit about in earlier posts. I then found that with the Sun now at 28 Leo, it is opposing the conjunction of Chiron/Neptune at 28/27 Aquarius. With the Galactic Center at 26 Sagittarius, the past few days with Sun moving into trining the GC and opposing the Chiron/Neptune conjunction have had a certain unusual quality to them! For me this has involved a kind of impersonal sadness, a LOT of crying for unclear reasons and a feeling of complete weariness with life as it has been with all the 3D distractions.

If you have astrological placements around these points or at late Aries, Scorpio or Taurus, you may well have been experiencing something of an extra trigger, a highlight to the themes and energies involved for you. Perhaps you have been feeling very wounded and you just cannot find any more energy trying to find explanations for the wound, or finding mundane distractions to cover the wound up? Perhaps you are moving into an understanding that only Neptune's deep spirituality provides relief? Chiron himself functions as the bridge to deeper spirituality. Chiron is the initiator. It is a clue planet in understanding ascension, as it rules vibrations/resonance, the pineal gland, healing through vibratory means as crystals and flower essences by raising vibrations into a higher consciousness.

The Centaur by William Blake. Note the pine cone on the wand - a symbol for the pineal gland?

And with the Galactic Center tying in with this brief but powerful opposition in the sky - with the grand cross also at play making us all very acutely aware of all that is wrong and needs change on Earth - we have an opportunity for a deeper spiritual knowing of what ascension is about - as the Galactic Center is the 9D "spiritual heart" of our galaxy.

I hope I have managed to convey in an - at least a bit - understandable manner how I feel about the energies of these days, and if any of you have insights or experiences you'd like to share, please go ahead in the comment section! Wishing for a weekend with healing insights for you all!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Leo and the Heart

Dear readers,

it's been such a long time since I wrote here on the blog. I have wanted to focus on my here-and-now life; on the down-to-earth everyday practicalities. It is not that I have had a very busy time, but the days on the course I'm taking have been filled with work and practice, combined with lots of new knowledge to absorb, and I have really wanted to go for this new endeavour and stay very dedicated to it. I have a tendency to scatter my energies into far too many activities and interests at the same time, and I wanted to avoid that now.

Now, perhaps it's the energies of the very recent Leo new moon that are triggering me into a renewed effort with this blog! In Sweden, where I live, the late summer gives us just completely amazing days right now! Today I could really feel the leonine energies! Big, sunny, open heart and just that feeling of loving to exist! And the creativity linked to astrological Leo and the 5th house stems from this outbursting of Sun energy, where the true You pours from your soul and makes you all radiant. And the flowers of this time of the year reflect this quality too, I think. Many of them are grand and abundant and have such strong, regal, fiery colours! Oh what a joyful time!

Rudbeckia hirta - a very leonine flower

In my astrological make-up there is not much fire. In Leo there is just Saturn for me, so the fire energy has been a great challenge! Saturn is conjunct my ascendant from the 1st house, so my personality has been very cautious, shy and restricted. Leo is connected to the heart, and I kept mine closed due to fear of not being well received with my love. Today, I have learnt quite well to love myself! I still slip back into fear sometimes, but not very often.

Living from the heart is what we need to do in these times. The astrological T-square of Uranus/Jupiter in early Aries, Saturn in early Libra and Pluto in early Capricorn is presenting extremely intense times and is very, very challenging for many people. This configuration in the sky is ushering in long-since prophesied times of a shift of the ages, the ascension of Gaia and humanity, a new golden age coming where humanity will live from the heart and no longer exist in polarity consciousness. There is so much written around the web about this shift, and I do not intend to dive into trying to explain this in detail. But our lives are all coloured by these energies now. This is my perspective.

So now with the energies of the recent Leo new moon still active, try to move into your heart and stay there as much as you can. And ask yourself, who are you really? What is your deepest identity? What is your passion? What do you want to create? What makes your heart sing?

Sending lots of leonine love to you all!

Monday, April 5, 2010

The Taurus/Scorpio axis and Nature spirits

I have some trouble making up my mind as to what this blog is all about: What does it mean to me, why did I start it, what is the purpose of keeping it going? As I wrote in my last post, I feel that the blog reflects my 5th house/Scorpio, where I have Uranus conjunct North Node. Sitting by myself, moving deep into my psyche (Scorpio), and creatively (5th house) putting it all together by connecting it to astrology (Uranus) - and the North Node part of it "simply" giving me a feeling of doing something very close to my true path - it all did feel very important and rewarding for me. I also did start building a website that would be the basis of trying to practice my skills (if any) in chart reading, and possibly one day trying to do this professionally (even if that of course would require some formal training). As transiting Uranus is on my MC right now, I've had a lot of thoughts, plans, and not least anxieties around vocation, and with both the ruler of my MC (Neptune) and Uranus natally in the 5th house, I did get a very strong feeling that THIS was my true vocation!

As those of you who have been following this blog know, something else came up, and it is my deep hope that this new endeavour is also an important piece of the puzzle as to the understanding and finding of my vocational path. But I do tend to worry that this new endeavour is something that is representational of my South Node (in Taurus), and which would thus be a kind of regression instead of positive evolution. Now, I do know that things are not that black-or-white, but it seems I really have a need to sort these things out a bit, to know deeply my motives for beginning this course in egological farming/gardening. I think it may well be partly a reconnection to past lives issues, I just hope that it is a positive reconnection - one that reactivates important previous knowledge - rather than a pull-back. I have written quite a lot about Chiron also in this blog, and Chiron in my chart is losely conjunct the South Node. I have had Chiron transited (by trine) by Pluto recently, and so Chiron has become kind of activated in my psyche/soul. This is something entirely positive and really should convince me that I am on the right path here...!

I would really like to better understand the interplay of both the 5th/11th house axis, and the Taurus/Scorpio axis. I just found this interesting post on a forum (
My guess is you probably have a struggle with the material security driven side in you and the more instinctive spiritual deep side in you. The pull will be the cross between the necessaty to survive and compromise and feel secure with others, and breaking away from the material to find some kind of new beginning where the hidden nature of things becomes primary in your daily functions, I mean, sticking with that gut feeling, or vision, or whatever and seeing where it goes, how deep the rabbit hole goes. If you have strong Scorpio leaning in your chart, there will be something very strong inside you that needs mystical experiences, but the Taurean side will favour necessity over the life or death attitude of Scorpio, and death can occur in terms of release of old ways, life of new. [...] Also the polarity of the Scorpio Taurus axis is often linked with (if you believe) past-life in Witchcraft and magic, so there may be a powerful witch within you.
This rings very deep and true to me. Both the part of the Taurus energy representing material security needs, and the witchcraft/magic thing. I do not like to think that I may have (subconsciously) embarked upon this course to get that good feeling of knowing what to do every day, and having a secure, although low, income during these few months! But I do like the idea that this endeavour may be a good way to reconnect with a heritage that I resonate with - that of the wise woman who understands the natural world so well that she can work with it through "magic" - co-create with it. I am beginning to understand that an essential part of this course, for me, is about understanding that nature really is alive, not metaphorically but literally, in that the natural world is built and sustained by nature spirits, that we need to cooperate with.
To me it is really interesting to think of Taurus/Scorpio as Demeter/Persephone, and as the Ground/the Underground. It has a lot of pertinence to understanding my own motivations for doing what I'm doing right now! Thank you for reading this, and I truly hope that you have received some good input as to your own Taurus/Scorpio-, or 2nd house/8th house-, or even Venus/Pluto energy interplay! Please know that I would greatly appreciate to hear any thoughts that you might like to share here, by posting a comment below.

Sending wishes for much love and joy to you all!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Remaining centered

The past few months have been very tranquil and meditative for me, and I think they have been a bit slow for everyone, as Mars has been retrograde. For me this time has been very healing. Slowly I have moved out of stress and out of feeling guilty over not doing all those things that main stream society expects us to do. I have moved into a realization of a deep dilemma that has been very ingrained in my soul: I have believed that there is no way out of the trap of having to put up with just about any work, no matter how dreadful one finds it, to be able to survive (I wrote about this in my previous post). This dilemma seems to be clearly illustrated astrologically in that transiting Uranus, which is moving over my MC, is also opposed by T-Saturn, hovering at my IC - the dilemma of freedom vs security, where Saturn (security) previously has won at the expense of my spirit (I also have Saturn square Uranus natally).
Uranus the awakener
Saturn natally squares my nodal axis, so it is a critical planet in the understanding of difficult karmic stuff for me. The realization came about during a past life regression, so it was not just a mental understanding - which, I think, is why it brought about such a profound release. It all peaked when i had to make a decision about how to handle a possible job offer - a job I did not want but felt obliged to accept if I would be offered it. The regression helped me solve it, and after that, the Universe showed me that all was well by making me "stumble over" the course in organic farming/gardening that I have now finished the first week of! I'm amazed to have this happening to me!

I call this post Remaining centered because this seems to be the great challenge right now. All is well, but I have to make an effort to remain myself among other people and with a more busy schedule. In order to be able to write, I need a lot of time so that things can grow and become conscious in my mind before I can put them into words. I have less time now, but I really don't want to let go of this blog. I feel that this, too, is an important part of this transit of Uranus to my MC, as Uranus does represent astrology among other things. The course in organic farming ties in with the Taurean parts of my chart I feel, and that is partly my South Node. But the South Node is not isolated from the North Node - the direction of the Soul in this lifetime - and Uranus is conjunct my North Node after all. So I really will try to keep on writing in this blog and hope that it will help me remaining centered. And I hope that the readers that have found their way here will keep on finding it interesting!

I hope that you've all had a good start of the new astrological year starting at the spring equinox of last Saturday!
I wish you lots of love and joy!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Going with the Flow - Jupiter through Pisces

A couple of weeks ago I found the wonderful Gaian Tarot, created by Joanna Powell Colbert ( This deck has so much to offer right now! It is created to mirror an earth-centered spirituality, and it has neither patriarchal nor ethnical bias. It focuses on healing, and on the fact that as we heal ourselves, we heal the Earth. Each week Joanna presents a Card of the Week for reflection, and last week it was the Explorer of Water - quite a lot about Going with the Flow. Joanna writes:
When he catches a wave, he is pulled into the present moment, hyper-aware and effortlessly concentrating. Just like in meditation, he will end up rigid and tight if he tries too hard to control his mind. The wave then overtakes him and he wipes out. But if he finds the sweet spot where all is effortless, the wave will carry him with exquisite grace.
In retrospect, I very much feel that the Explorer of Water sustained me during the past week. I had a lot of things on my schedule that seemed scary and new, and I also felt that I was faced with a huge dilemma, that seemed unsolvable in my mind, and which had me completely teared up last weekend. But this past week showed me that if we can decide to dive into it all - step up to the challenge with an open attitude where we are trusting, clearheaded and openhearted - we will be sustained and guided further onto our path.

The dilemma I was faced with was that I had been called to a job interview and I felt intensely that I did not want the job. But out of fear that I would lose my unemployment benefits if it turned out I had said no to an interview, I couldn't see I had any other alternative than to go to the interview. A few days before the interview was to take place, I was scheduled for a past life regression, and it turned out to be very helpful in understanding this dilemma. The regression did turn out as a mix of both real past life memory and kind of a symbolic inner journey. The common denominator was the dilemma of boundaries versus freedom - Saturn versus Uranus basically. The main character was a man who was so burdened by his duties and he couldn't find any other way out of it than to take his life! He longed so much to be in nature, and to be in the water (his yin, his feelings), and hated intensely to go to work in the big, dirty, noisy city.

In my natal chart I have Saturn square Uranus! And right now, as I have written about before, my IC/MC-axis is being affected by the Saturn/Uranus-opposition. The regression made me realize that I have really come into this life with the attitude that life is a life-long burden, with no way out other than death. So extreme. But now I have the chance to resolve this dilemma, and this knowledge means so much! It made me actually feel that I could go to the interview, be honest about how I felt about it all (in front of the interviewers), but also to feel that it would be OK if I got the job, and also if I didn't... And so I went to the interview with an open attitude.

Then, the day after that, an entirely new path opened! And Nature stepped in. I watched a TV-show about gardening, which I so much feel I would like to do some day - have my own garden and be able to cultivate vegetables and perhaps tend some animals in order to be at least a bit self sustaining. I got inspired to do an internet search for cooperative cultivation, and I found there are some projects going in my own city. But, I also found a course in organic gardening in a beautiful park setting that I absolutely adore, not far from where I live! The course is also about restoration of old garden and park milieus, as well as how gardening and cultivation can be used as therapy!

I have written about how I feel so drawn to herbs, and it seems to go well with Chiron in Taurus. I would love to learn about the natural laws, and this course would be perfect! I have applied for it, and am waiting now to see if I will get accepted. In that case, I would start in just a few weeks, and keep going til the end of this year. After that, I would really have learned a whole new occupation, but most importantly, I feel I would have connected to Mother Earth much more profoundly. On Starchild global, the reading for March talks much about exactly this thing - the connection to nature and to the elementals ( - scroll down a bit to get to "The emergence and the elemental synthesis: March equinox 2010".

Can you see how I have felt like the Explorer of Water this past week? I still don't know what will happen, but I feel so much freer now, and positive that things will unfold as meant for me! I so much hope for such a release for anyone who reads this, too! As well as much love and joy, continuously!

Warmest hugs,

An edit: I was just pondering how transiting Jupiter is moving through Pisces right now, and this takes place in my 9th house. It goes well with studies - plus natally, Jupiter resides in Taurus and the sabian symbol is A vast public park. So, Jupiter through Pisces seems to describe this new endeavour for me - and we're back to where we began: Going with the Flow. Wow! How much more Piscean can it get? Now I'll have to edit the title of this post..!

Dear readers, what is Jupiter in Pisces triggering in your charts? Where can you try to find the flow?

Hugs again,

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The 5th/11th house axis combining with the MC, and Chiron as Shaman

Today a chain of thoughts brought me back to Chiron again. It seems that there has been a profound effect upon the workings of Chiron in my psyche as a consequence of transiting Pluto having trined it. For this I'm so happy - it has my intuition working so amazingly well, and I cannot imagine a more exciting adventure than the one that sets about through intuition. If you act upon those clear messages that come from your soul, and that are enhanced by synchronicity so that you just KNOW they are meaningful, then things will unfold in an amazing way. It's a certainty. Trust is the key.
(Book cover for "Chiron and the healing journey" by Melanie Reinhart)

And so what was it that led me back to Chiron today? I was pondering the fact that my MC at 26 Pisces will soon be transited by Uranus, and I had a realization about how the interplay of the 5th and 11th houses ties in with this transit to my MC. The MC or Midheaven marks the beginning of the 10th house in the horoscope, and represents the highest point of the heavens at the time of birth. Thus it represents the most "visible" you as a part of society. It represents your role in society, what comes out of your true calling or vocation. If you have planets conjunct or in strong aspect to the Midheaven or simply in your 10th house they are pointers to your strivings in society.

The MC in Pisces has had me very confused about finding my vocation. Pisces is not known for certainty of direction. It is more about dreams, intuitions and a longing for Source. Finding my vocation has always seemed very elusive to me. I have always had a nagging feeling of discontent, and a lack of something extremely important in my work - spirit. It seems that it is not until now that I am really getting ready to integrate my MC. I feel it's very much about daring to be seen in society as someone representing Piscean values, and working with them. And my feeling has been that this is quite controversial. The MC interplays with the IC (the Nadir) - your deepest personal roots - and this axis is often seen as representing the parents. I know for me the feeling that working with something Piscean might not be seen as acceptable is a view I've internalised from my parents. But with Uranus transiting the MC, I am finally breaking away from this internalised message and am ready to go my own way.

What has this to do with the 5th/11th house? Well, my MC is ruled by Neptune, which resides in the 5th house, in Sagittarius. Uranus, the planet that transits the MC is natally near the cusp of my 5th house, conjunct the North Node (NN) which is in the 5th. Uranus is the natural ruler of the 11th house, and Neptune in my chart is ruled by Jupiter (since it is in Sagittarius), which resides in... the 11th house! And the connection between my MC (Neptune ruled) and Uranus, to the 5th/11th houses, is emphasising my nodal axis which is in these houses. And the South Node (SN) is widely conjunct... Chiron! And Chiron is in the 10th (although quite close to the cusp of the 11th) - vocational issue again. Isn't that a fascinating loop? Chiron conj. the SN can be representative of past lives as a healer. It all ties in so beautifully into a web of energies, all correlated....

When I searched for more information on Chiron in the 10th, I found this site on Molly's astrology, where she writes that Chiron is associated with shamanism (! Past lives as a healer, or maybe as a shaman? She also writes in one of the comments of the article that "Chiron's resonance is often with the herbal world". As you can read in earlier posts I have understood that there is something about shamans and herbs that is calling me - but I did not know it had to do with Chiron. Now I know, and I just feel... blissful! - by the accuracy and meaningfulness of it all.

Revel in your synchronicities, everyone!
I wish you lots of love and joy

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Priestess of Freyja

She's calling again - the Divine Feminine, the Great Mother, the Goddess, the Earth. Please listen to this with me:

Powerful, isn't it? Mari Boine is a Sámi woman, and I will explain why I resonate with this below. (If you like Mari Boine's music, here's her myspace-site:

A great theme for me during last spring and that also came up again during a workshop I participated in with Barbara Hand Clow in September was to research the divine feminine in history. I was very drawn to the Priestess archetype, and I had tried to participate in a "priestess course" just a few weeks before the workshop with Barbara, which somehow made me feel very uncomfortable and I quit it.

In the workshop when we did the Journey through nine dimensions, I experienced the World Tree (which is actually the 10th dimension - the one that links the other nine) as a pulsating, vibrant pillar of pregnant women - a line, THE line of "ancestresses". I also experienced a "northern people" - Siberian or Sámi, probably Sámi - in the 3rd dimension, as great guides for me. Not too long after the workshop, I got a migraine, and when in that state, my mind let me make important connections - between herbal knowledge (which was also a theme for me during the workshop), shamans, and Sámi.

And so, something happened just recently that made some pieces of this puzzle come together for me: A friend and I talked about how the sacred feminine has been buried for so long, and speculated about what it may have been like to be a woman during the bronze age or iron age here in the North. When I got home I happened to find a reference to an archeological finding: a woman's grave from the iron age, who is believed to have been a Priestess of Freyja! Also, the finding was right where one of my best friends lives - we had spoken of this finding but she did not know that it was so special!

A priestess of Freyja.... this had my mind wander. And it was when I searched for info on this topic that I found the music clip above - which had me completely in tears. It is because it's all coming closer to me - I'm no longer just fascinated by, say, ancient minoan priestesses - I am finding clues coming together for me personally, and it's SO amazing to read about this archetype in a northern setting. And Freyja among other things is a shaman I feel! In two weeks I will have a past life regression session, and I hope to find out more about this as well as other important things.

This is a very personal story, and I hope as always that the personal can be universal. After all, we are one. How does the divine feminine show itself to you? Are you paying attention to synchronicities in your life?

Warmest wishes for much love, joy and healing in your lives!
Take care,

Monday, January 25, 2010

Slowly with Saturn retrograde through my 4th

I have moved into a very inwardly focused mode. Soon already one month has gone by since I quit working. Time passes incredibly fast, and the days flow in and out through one another. But even if time seems to be passing at an intense pace, I still experience a slow pace inside myself. I am starting to really move out of stress, and instead I am almost beginning to experience the other extreme - I'm almost getting bored.

It seems to fit well with transiting Saturn going retrograde in my 4th house. Saturn began retrograding at 4.39 Libra on the 14th of January. That was the day before the Solar eclipse (it was also the day that I started this blog), which I experienced as a boost, but now that flow has somehow smoothed itself out, and I can really feel Saturn retrograde in my 4th, squaring transiting Pluto in 6th, as a hold-back for me now. This is OK! I can hardly expext to know right away how to shape my "new" life.

At the same time I'm SO eager to find that new direction! Transiting Uranus is working in opposition with transiting Saturn right now (although not to the exact at this moment - the first exact opp. was at 24 Virgo/Pisces in September, next will be in April this year at 28 Virgo/Pisces, then end July, 0 degr. Libra/Aries). When T-Uranus first hit my MC at 26 Pisces in June 2009, I could hardly resist resigning, but held it for a bit longer. Then Uranus started retrograding, but in September, when the opposition of Uranus/Saturn was exact, I decided to go ahead and do it! Resign!

Uranus retrograded back through my 9th house, back to 22.42 Pisces, and turned direct on December 2nd. On March 21st it will reach my MC for the 2nd time - and this is interesting, because this is the date of the Sprinq Equinox! This is the time when the new year REALLY begins! I just realized this, and I like it very much. The time between the Winter Solstice and the Sprinq Equinox is a time for reflection on the past year - not the very best time to set the intentions for the new year, anyway. So, I am thinking it's astrologically perfectly OK that I use these few months to get ready for the new.

I have a few embryos of plans - and today I ordered a little something to try to push myself in the right direction :). In my last post I talked a lot about Chiron, and in the book by Barbara Hand Clow that I've been reading, she mentions how Chiron also rules homeopathy, aromatherapy and other forms of energetics medicine. She moves onto using flower essences as an example, stating: "Minute quantities of flower essences are capable of causing a major shift in stuck emotional patterns, if a person determines the quality of an emotion and takes the appropriate essence to release it."

This had me remembering Bach's flower essences, which have fascinated me before, and I went to read about them again. And I found there's an essence, Wild oat (funny!), that seems to describe my constant dilemma. Wild oat " the remedy for people who feel they want to do something worthwhile with their lives but don't know which direction to go". (
How great!

Hope you're all well,
much love and joy!

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Astrology, and of late, Chiron!

Astrology is pretty much what has brought me to where I am today. Astrology is such a great tool to grasp how you are a part of the bigger picture. Without it, I really would have been a very lost soul. Astrology helps me to understand where I'm coming from, where I'm at today, and where I'm heading to - by means of looking into what archetypal energies are at play in every moment.

Astrologically, what interests me the most are the outer planets: Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. And most particulary; Chiron! Chiron is
described by Barbara Hand Clow as a "transforming bridge between the inner and outer planets". It was discovered in 1977, at a time when, supposedly, there was a lot going on in the world that indicated new ways of understanding our consciousness (I wouldn't know, I was just a small child at that time ;D). Alternative healing methods is just one example.

In mythology, Chiron was a teacher, an initiator, a wounded healer, and not least a gre
at astrologer. Chiron rules divination, initiation into "higher consciousness" (contact with the Higher Self or the divine), the pineal gland, crystals, ecology etc, according to Barbara Hand Clow in her excellent book Chiron: transforming bridge between the inner and outer planets. Chiron points to where different dimensions/realities intersect and thus to "holographic attunement"/dimensional attunement.

Just during the last few days, I've realised how much I've been influenced by Chiron lately. And I'm completely awed and amazed. Pluto is transiting the early degrees of Capricorn, has been trining my natal Chiron in Taurus in the 10th house, where also my progressed Midheaven is. I feel so much that I am in some sort of flow, with a heightened intuition (the pineal gland is connected to the third eye chakra), where the insights just keep coming, one thing leads me to another in a beautiful flow... Wanting to make the process visible to others by writing this blog could be the 10th house part of it.

So, dear readers, even if you don't have anything going on with your astrological Chiron right now, I still feel that he is of great importance in these particular times. In my understanding, evolving consciousness and dimensional attunement is pretty much what it's all about, right now.

Wish you love and joy,

Dear Readers,

you are warmly welcome to this place!

I would like to start by introducing myself. I am undergoing transitions, as we are all doing at this point in our evolution. I have for many years been going through a "build-up" period, and just a few months ago, I came to a point where I had to give it all - life - the freedom to take me where I'm supposed to go. I guess I have been wanting to make room for Spirit, but have held back. I'm still struggling, but do feel that it is easier now, easier to trust that I have access to all knowledge through myself and thus will not have to be afraid, thus will not have to desperately cling to my old security strategies...

I am not yet completely clear on the purpose of this blog, but I think writing about this process will be very helpful for myself, and my hope is that it could also be of help for anyone drawn to this place.

I am so much looking forward to walking for a while together with whoever finds their way to this place.

I wish you all Love and Joy,