Aquarius Season 2022: Dare to Be Yourself

On January 19, 9:39 PM ET, the Sun leaves Capricorn and enters Aquarius. Aquarius season 2022 begins only a few hours after Uranus, the modern ruler of the sign, has stationed direct, an event that magnifies the emphasis on this archetype.

The Sun will remain in the sign of the Water Bearer until February 18: until then, we have a chance to dare to be ourselves, dare to be different from the norm. This time of the year is a moment to leave space to our eccentricity and explore new ways of expressing ourselves, new ways of thinking and living, and new ways of being in community.


The Aquarius Archetype & Individuation


Wherever the Sun transits, our awareness goes. Aquarius season brings up the urge to rebel from constrictions, break unnecessary or oppressive rules, and detach from ways of expressing ourselves that don’t feel true or authentic.

In the Zodiac Wheel, Aquarius comes after Capricorn, the sign connected with the process of crystallization of structures, forms, and conditions. Aquarius is the natural, opposite reaction of wanting to liberate ourselves from existing structures, rules, and norms that don’t feel right any longer, that keep us trapped in the past, and don’t support progress and advancement.

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This is the maverick of the Zodiac, the genius and the rebel, the eccentric, the original, the one who stands out from the crowd. Aquarius and its modern ruler Uranus correlate with the processes of individuation and deconditioning. They lead us on the journey of removing the layers that cover our purest, uncorrupted essence, and of building new systems and structures in alignment with that.


The Paradox of Connection & the Feeling of Alienation


Aquarius is associated with the quantum field, with electricity, light, thunderstorm, with scientific discoveries and progress. The last Air sign of the Zodiac correlates with long-term memory and with the Akashic Records, the field of information containing the record of all that has ever occurred and will occur in the past, present, and future.

Aquarius rules technology, the internet, the invisible threads through which data is shared and spread, the network that connects us all globally. This Fixed Air archetype brings up the paradox of being constantly connected while feeling disconnected and the sense of alienation that comes with that. Just think of having the possibility to interact with strangers online all the time while being alone in a room, not feeling truly connected to anyone on the heart level.

One of the possible downfalls of Aquarius is to blindly believe in the superiority of the intellect over emotions and to forget how true, lasting evolution does not take place in the mind, but involves the emotional body. In its shadow or unconscious expression, this sign can be so objective and detached from the realms of feelings to become emotionally disconnected and inaccessible.


Exploring the Relationship between the Individual & the Group


The Sun is about the Self, while Aquarius teaches us about human interconnectedness and the importance of being a functional part of communities and groups. That’s the reason why, traditionally, this is not considered to be one of the best placements for the Sun. However, if we put aside judgments and dive a little deeper, we would easily agree that we learn a lot about our Self by consciously participating in human interactions.

The yearly transit of the Sun through Aquarius is an opportunity to explore the relationship between the individual and the collective, the group mind, and group consciousness. We have a chance to know more about ourselves, to observe our behavior within and without a group, to discover who we are and who we are not according to what happens when we interact with others.

Our individual expression can be either enhanced or held back by being members of a community. By joining forces with like minds, we support each other, our sense of purpose strengthens, our visions for the future get clearer, and we have more possibilities to have a valuable impact on society. Simultaneously, however, there’s the always risk of conforming to something that doesn’t feel true out of fear of being excluded, and the temptation of suppressing or hiding parts of ourselves due to peer pressure.


Aquarius season 2022: Transits and Lunation


During Aquarius season 2022, we will experience a New Moon in Aquarius and a Full Moon in Leo.

The New Moon in Aquarius of February 1 will involve a conjunction of Sun, Moon, and Saturn, all square Uranus. This potent lunation begins a lunar cycle centered around issues connected with the Saturn-Uranus square, the characterizing alignment of 2021. It will bring up the need to build new structures, implement progress, and find new compromises between tradition and innovation, past and future, certainty and uncertainty. It is likely to highlight a need to redefine our purpose, restructure our habitual ways of expression, question our current social role, and look at emotional matters objectively.

The Full Moon in Leo of February 16 will form a Fixed Grand Cross with the Lunar Nodes in Taurus/Scorpio and happen simultaneously with a Mars-Venus conjunction in Capricorn. These alignments could bring up inner conflicts relative to personal identity, exposure, self-expression, and visibility. The Leo Full Moon may reveal to us where we are hiding from the world, why we are afraid of being seen, what blockages prevent us from being fully and unapologetically expressed.

Another important alignment of the season is the Sun-Mercury conjunction in Aquarius. Retrograde Mercury will join the Sun on January 23, perfecting their inferior conjunction, which signals the midpoint of the retrograde and the beginning of a new Mercury cycle, an event with similar energy to a New Moon. This Mercury-Sun cazimi culminates a process of purification from ways of thinking and perceiving the world that are a result of conditioning and indoctrination.


Aquarius Season 2022: Invitation to Tap into the Future


Aquarius is symbolized by the Water Bearer, the one who brings water, representing life, to the rest of humanity, and can carry something while being detached from it. This symbology reminds us of the importance of being aware of our emotions without identifying with them and underlines the value of making our contribution to the advancement of the collective. These will be central themes of the upcoming Aquarius season.

The journey of the Sun through the sign of the Water Bearer inaugurates a season of creative experimentation, intellectual advancements, and exploration of personal and collective identity. It is an opportunity to celebrate uniqueness and embrace individual differences, as they are what makes life so rich and interesting to navigate.

The upcoming weeks represent an invitation to tap into the future, establish new associations with like minds, and explore original ways of materializing our ideas and visions. We have a chance to nurture our intellectual creativity and our visionary capacity, get out of stagnation, and bring forth a new level of innovation and progress.

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Saturn Direct in Aquarius: the Process of Maturation

On October 10, 10:17 PM ET, Saturn stations direct at 6° Aquarius inaugurating a new chapter in our maturation process. The Lord of Time and Karma will keep moving forward until June 4, 2022.

After a few months with many celestial bodies in retrograde motion, planets are now starting to move direct again: Pluto stationed direct just a few days back, Jupiter and Mercury will also station soon. The current astrological transits are supporting change and forward momentum, stimulating tangible progress and decision-making.


Saturn in Aquarius: Paradigm Shift


Saturn teaches us lessons about discipline and delayed gratification. This planet reminds us to be pragmatic, to embrace the awareness of our limitations, to accept the need to take responsibility and mature, to dare to become the authority of our life.

Traditionally, Saturn rules both Capricorn and Aquarius: it is the planet associated with the journey of maturation, self-mastery, and self-responsibility. Aquarius is the archetype correlated with the affirmation of personal freedom, with liberation from internalized conditioning, with groups and community dynamics, with everything innovative and avant-garde.

Saturn’s transit through the sign of the Waterbearer and the larger collective shift from the Piscean to the Aquarian Age highlight the importance of becoming our own authority rather than relying on outdated models and systems. Saturn in Aquarius encourages us to surround ourselves with like minds who share similar visions and inspire us to trust ourselves and our uniqueness.

Aquarius rules the future and our capacity to envision it: while Saturn retrograde is a time to imagine and visualize the world we desire to live in, Saturn direct is a moment to take tangible actions in that direction and work to build new paradigms, systems, and realities.


Saturn’s Motions: Cycles of Maturation


Saturn’s transits mark cycles of maturation, and when Saturn stations retrograde or direct we often experience tangible events that represent a turning point in our lives. The ruler of Capricorn and Aquarius needs approximately 29 years to travel through the entire Zodiac and remains in a sign for about two and a half years.

Saturn’s retrograde phase, lasting roughly four and a half months every year, is a time of incubation, reassessment, and revision of the way we have structured our lives. Saturn has been in retrograde motion since May 23, inviting revamping and redefinition of our individual lives, of the global economy, and of the socio-political structure of society. This transit has the purpose of promoting reflection on themes around personal responsibility, inner and outer authority, our use of time, our relationship with aging, rules, boundaries, and limitations.

Saturn stationing direct represents a moment to begin taking action and implementing changes to integrate the insights we gained during the retrograde and move towards the goals we envisioned. The post-shadow phase of this cycle, when Saturn will transit for the third and last time between 6° and 13° Aquarius, lasts until January 2022. Until then, we will work on integrating and mastering issues and themes that first emerged during the first half of this year.


Saturn square Uranus: Finding Freedom in Structure


Saturn in Aquarius will square retrograde Uranus in Taurus for the third and last time on December 24, 2021. However, we will continue to feel the influence of the Saturn-Uranus square during 2022, as the two planets will move away from each other quite slowly.

Uranus traveling through Taurus has been bringing us back to the essential, inviting us to slow down and embrace simplicity. This transit is connected with disruptions to our comfort zone, disturbances to our stability, radical changes in the financial system, and with the increase in the frequency of extreme natural events. Saturn in Aquarius wants to rebel and break free from old systems and oppressive ideologies. Its purpose is to inspire us to get together to build new and innovative structures that will stand the test of time and support the evolution of humanity.

Saturn square Uranus has been active all year long and represents the characterizing astrological influence of 2021. This aspect reflects our current socio-economic challenges, the increasing polarization and the ongoing clash between past and future, tradition and innovation, and underlines the urgent need for a radical paradigm shift.

The friction and the tension associated with this alignment can be harnessed as motivators, as catalysts for growth, that stimulate us to try out innovative and alternative solutions to the problems we are facing. During the upcoming months, we will have chances to learn to navigate creatively situations of unpredictability and chaos. We will have another opportunity to embrace a new concept of stability and security, find freedom in structure, explore solutions that help us integrate the old and the new, and transition smoothly towards the future.


Saturn stations Direct in Aquarius: Building New Paradigms


Saturn stationing direct represents an invitation to take responsibility for our actions, for our decisions, and for the unfolding of our life. Saturn always makes reasonable demands and teaches us that, if we are patient and dedicated long enough, our efforts will bring tangible results and rewards. Saturn inspires us to see time as an ally, which helps us gain mastery of ourselves and of our craft, build competence and confidence in our skills and capacities.

After detaching from goals and dreams that are the byproduct of our conditioning and don’t align with our soul purpose, we are able to come into contact with our true desires, intentions, and visions. Saturn stationing direct in Aquarius offers us an invitation to connect with our personal genius and do our best to work towards our goals and dreams consistently and to build new paradigms that respect and honor our individuality.

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New Moon in Aquarius: Seeds of the Future

On February 11, 2:05 PM ET, the Moon joins the Sun at 23°16’ Aquarius, and a new lunar cycle begins. As the New Moon in Aquarius takes place, we have a stellium of six celestial bodies in the sign of the Water Bearer. The last time it happened was in February 1962, and Mars was also involved in the configuration.

The pressure on the Aquarius archetype is extremely strong. The Cosmos is inviting a new generational change, encouraging all of us to reclaim our individuality and our uniqueness.

New Moons represent a fresh start, a rebirth: at this time of the month, we are encouraged to turn within, connect with ourselves, and set an intention for the cycle ahead. Soon, the Moon will start revealing herself to us again, a bit more every night: we are about to enter two weeks of experimental, instinctual, and spontaneous activity.

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Aquarius: Liberation, Deconditioning, and Disruption


The New Moon in Aquarius begins a future-oriented lunar month during which we are likely to gravitate towards unconventional and alternative solutions. Aquarius inspires us to experiment and do things our way, rather than conforming to how something has always been done.

The eleventh sign of the Zodiac corresponds with the Fixed modality, the element of Air, and a Yang, masculine, or positive polarity. Aquarius has a lot to do with the world of ideas and ideologies, with the mind, and with long-term personal and collective memory.

Aquarius correlates to humanitarianism, human rights, social justice, and social equality. These themes might be in the spotlight during these days and will keep being at the forefront for months, due to the transits of Jupiter and Saturn, the two social planets, through the sign.

The archetype of the Water Bearer correlates to liberation from outdated structures, to the process of deconditioning, but also to sudden shocks and disruptions, to all those unexpected events that force us to find alternative solutions to what we are used to and to connect with our capacity for innovation.


New Moon in Aquarius: Breaking Free from Crystallized Structures


The New Moon in Aquarius inspires us to be courageous, unorthodox, and bold, to break past self-imposed limitations and societal expectations, to celebrate our individuality and our right to be different from everyone else.

At the same time, this cosmic event may reflect feelings of alienation, isolation, and the painful sensation of not fitting in anywhere. Nonetheless, Aquarius inspires us to respect and honor who we are individually, independently of what others think or are doing, and keep searching for people we resonate with on a Soul level.

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With six planets in Aquarius, the emphasis on the mind, the intellect, and the realms of ideas is huge. To balance the heightened activity in the sign, it is crucial to embrace the opposite archetype, Leo. While Aquarius is about objectivity and detachment, Leo is about joyful participation and involvement. Leo invites us to come back to our hearts, to our childlike playfulness, to our spontaneity, our enthusiasm, and our love for life.


New Moon trine North Node: Intellectual Curiosity and Social Exploration


The Sun, the Moon, retrograde Mercury, Jupiter, and Venus in Aquarius are currently forming a harmonic trine with the North Node of the Moon in Gemini.

The North Node of the Moon is a point in space related to our collective evolutionary direction, and the sign it is transiting through informs us of traits we are encouraged to cultivate. Trines are angles of 120° that reflect an easy flow of energy and information between celestial bodies traveling in signs of the same element, in this case, Air.

The connection between the North Node in Gemini and the planets in Aquarius encourages us to connect with a variety of people, focus on networking, seek intellectual exchanges and debate, get information from different sources, and question whatever is presented to us as the absolute truth.

The supportive Air trine taking place on the Aquarius New Moon reminds us of the power of curiosity and invites us to stay open to listening to a variety of opinions and viewpoints, as we can learn something new from everyone. This aspect facilitates intellectual breakthroughs, new understandings, and innovative ideas, that can open unexpected doors throughout the upcoming lunar cycle.


New Moon square Mars in Taurus: Exploring Resistance and Getting out of Stagnation


The Sun, the Moon, retrograde Mercury, Jupiter, and Venus are also in a square aspect to Mars, currently transiting Taurus. The square is an angle of 90°, reflecting friction between celestial bodies occupying signs of the same modality, in this case, the Fixed modality.

Mars in Taurus is slow, steady, and earthy. Its main goal is to preserve what already exists in a way that ensures survival and promotes stability and security. On the contrary, the planets in airy Aquarius are extremely fast and projected forward: they urge us to experiment and explore new ideas and ways of doing things, which implies confronting insecurity and the feeling of not knowing how everything will turn out.

These alignments can reflect a sense of stubbornness and some resistance to considering alternative viewpoints and options, but also a simultaneous urge to get out of stagnation. The tension generated by these aspects can give us the motivation to put concrete adjustments in place and initiate substantial changes in our lives.


Saturn square Uranus: Moving Forward without Forgetting the Past


Saturn and Uranus are the traditional and modern ruler of the New Moon in Aquarius. Their condition gives us additional insights into the quality of the upcoming lunar cycle. The two planets are in a square aspect, which will be exact on February 17. The friction reflected by this configuration can represent another motivating factor that can inspire us to make change happen.

While, on the one hand, all the planets in Aquarius are propelling us towards new paradigms and an unknown future, Saturn’s traditional rulership of the sign reminds us of the necessity to honor the past and not forget what it taught us. Saturn, now transiting Aquarius, is asking us to take responsibility for the lessons we have learned and to decide what we want to keep and what we want to let go of.

Meanwhile, the long term transit of Uranus in Taurus reflects a radical redefinition of the global economy and sudden shifts in our value systems. The modern ruler of Aquarius is inviting us to find new ways to meet our survival needs, new ways to make an income, new ways to connect with Nature and to honor our physical bodies.

On this New Moon, the square between Saturn and Uranus increases the tension between the desire to hold back to the past and the known, and the willingness to move towards the future and the unknown. This configuration emphasizes the need for substantial and lasting systemic change, and these will be ongoing themes for the entire 2021.


Venus conjunct Jupiter in Aquarius: Embracing New Values and Beliefs


As the New Moon in Aquarius takes place, Venus forms an exact conjunction with Jupiter, also in Aquarius. The supportive alignment of the two traditional benefics invites harmony and optimism and relieves some of the tension reflected by the current planetary configuration.

Venus conjunct Jupiter in Aquarius will inspire us to experiment in our love and social life, but also with our finances. Their alignment represents an invitation to question our assumptions around love, friendships, money, abundance, and to explore new values, new structures, and new belief systems.

The conjunction between Venus and Jupiter happens once a year: it represents a wonderful influence on our creativity. Their aspect promotes innovative and original ideas, inspires us to expand our knowledge, and motivates us to be true to our unique needs and urges.


New Moon in Aquarius: Planting Seeds of the Future


This New Moon in Aquarius represents an invitation to get together with others and plant the seeds of a new future. We can’t create a new reality alone. We are wired to connect, to be part of a community, and for so long we have overlooked the power of togetherness and social support.

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Together, we are asked to envision a new reality and to give birth to new paradigms. This New Moon invites us to reflect upon the role we want to have in the new system, how would that serve others, what needs to be changed most urgently, what we want to preserve and what we want to leave behind, and how we can support each other in the transition.

Consistently cultivating social interactions and having the feeling of being supported by a community of like minds is so crucial right now. So many of us are struggling with the current world situation and can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel.

While doing our personal inner work is essential, having the support of a group makes everything easier. Luckily, nowadays we can easily find online communities we resonate with. Don’t hesitate to seek heart-based connections: even if you don’t have the possibility to interact face to face with others, you might be surprised by the depth that can be accessed through virtual and long-distance exchanges.

We are living in an extremely paradoxical time: what we are urged to do is to accept and embrace the uncertainty, to find our flow amid change, and to explore ways to cultivate inner peace in the eye of the storm, while creating space for others to do the same.

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Sturgeon Full Moon in Aquarius August 2020

We start the month of August with a powerful Full Moon at 11°45′ of Aquarius, happening on August 3 at 11:58 AM EST.

The August Full Moon is also known as Sturgeon Moon. Her name comes from a prehistoric fish that was very common in the lakes of North America during this season: it was an integral component of Native American Tribes’ diet and survival. This fish was considered a symbol of abundance and a blessing: indigenous peoples used to perform rituals and ceremonies to honor the sturgeon and to celebrate this time of the year.

Any Full Moon represents completion and clarity: it is the time of the month when we reap the rewards of our efforts. We now see the blossoming and maturation of what we have been working on during the previous weeks. These days are a wonderful time to share the results of our work with others, to celebrate our success and growth, as well as to seek constructive feedback.

Moreover, Full Moons always offer us the opportunity to release what has been holding us back, and what we no longer need. They invite us to cleanse ourselves from unwanted energies, from everything that ran its course.


Aquarius: Unconventional and Unorthodox 


The Full Moon in Aquarius is inspiring us to expand our vision and our hopes for the future, to dare to dream about something unconventional and unorthodox, something that has never been done before.

Aquarius is an innovative, inventive, ingenious Air sign, with a Fixed quality and Yang type of energy. It can probably be considered the least Fixed of all the Fixed archetypes: the element of Air is inherently volatile and flexible, versatile, and predisposed to change. Yet, Aquarius has the inherent capacity to focus on the task at hand and commit to a long-term goal.

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Aquarius is the visionary, the genius, and the rebel. Ruled by Uranus, the planet of Revolution and unpredictable events, this sign is impossible to fit in one box. It is associated with progress and new technology, to interconnectedness and instant communication: for this reason, it rules the internet and social media.

It is not a coincidence that, as we are transitioning from the Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius, everyone is spending more time online, and more and more people will permanently work from home in the near future.


Full Moon in Aquarius: Innovative Ideas and Sudden Downloads


The Full Moon in Aquarius is highly intensifying our capacity for creative thinking and supporting our originality. If you manage to align with her energy, expect sudden, innovative ideas and downloads.

Aquarius correlates to the Higher Mind and the Akashic Records. The Akashic Records are the realms where all that has happened, is happening and will happen is stored. They can be considered a sort of database where all the information, memories, feelings, thoughts, conversations, and events that ever took place are stored and can be accessed.

The Akashic Records are encoded in a non-physical plane, a higher dimension that, with consistent practice and sincere devotion, can be accessed by everyone.

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Because of its connection with the Akashic Records and the higher planes, Aquarius is the archetype correlated to those unexpected downloads, ideas, and visions of the future that seem to be coming out of the blue. These unforeseen insights help us know exactly what we need to do at a certain point in our lives, and they always arrive at the right time, with perfect synchronicity.

On this Full Moon, the Aquarian energy is particularly potent, as both the Sun in Leo and the Moon in Aquarius are forming a square to Uranus in Taurus, the planetary ruler of Aquarius. Connecting with the Akashic Records may be easier than usual during these days.

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Full Moon in Aquarius: Cultivating Friendships & Fostering Communities


Aquarius is traditionally related to groups and communities. This sign inspires us to seek collaborations and exchange of opinions with people of like mind, to set up projects and agreements that everyone can benefit from.

People with strong Aquarian influence in their charts are original, open-minded, and creative. They live in the world of ideas, and they have big dreams and plans for the future, often unusual, always unpredictable. They value friendships and can interact with a wide variety of totally different people: they frequently have a huge network of contacts, especially over the internet.

Aquarius and Uranus break down the hierarchies and systems associated with Capricorn and Saturn. Their goal is to build communities where everybody is equal, has the same rights, the same power, the same duties, and responsibilities.

In a moment of history where most of us are forced to be physically distant, it becomes even more relevant to create a space where we can still come together as a group. Sharing our stories, our feelings, our challenges, as well as listening and supporting each other’s journey is a basic human need. The internet has the potential to be a great tool for that, and the Full Moon in Aquarius encourages us to use it wisely.


Venus conjunct the North Node: We are Supported


On the day of the Full Moon, we already feel the effect of the Venus North Node conjunction in Gemini, exact on August 5.

This aspect is likely to bring more harmony and balance in all our relationships, and we are going to benefit from its positive influence for the whole week. Venus conjunct the North Node in Gemini inspires us to share our ideas and opinions with others, to seek a variety of social interactions and exchanges, in order to expand our perspective and worldview.

Thanks to the beneficial influence of Venus on the North Node, relationships with other people are going to be an important source of inspiration and support during the upcoming week. The invitation is to listen to others from an open mind and don’t be stuck in our opinions or points of view: consider new possibilities, new ways to move forward.

Conflicts and misunderstandings are likely to be solved easily, and communication is supported during the current week. If you need to have difficult conversations with your loved ones, friends, or business partners, the days after the Full Moon represent a good time to do so.


Sun & Moon square Uranus: Unforeseen Events and Unexpected Surprises


On August 3, the Sun in Leo is exactly opposite the Moon in Aquarius, and they both square Uranus in Taurus, the planetary ruler of the Full Moon. The square between Sun, Moon, and Uranus creates a creative tension that, by making us uncomfortable, pushes us to find innovative solutions to the obstacles or problems we may be currently facing.

Uranus tends to shake up our reality and sometimes forces us to deal with the unexpected, to help us develop new perspectives and points of view we could not achieve otherwise.

To make the most out of its gifts, we need to be ready for sudden changes and surprises. Welcome whatever happens with open arms, even if you don’t understand immediately what its ultimate purpose and meaning is. When you look back, everything will make sense.

On the Full Moon day, we have other interesting aspects: Mars in Aries squares Jupiter in Capricorn, while Mercury in Cancer opposes Saturn in Capricorn. These transits keep emphasizing the conflict between the demands of the world and our instinctual desires and emotional needs. They highlight the importance of making a conscious effort to integrate more self-care and personal time in our everyday lives – a theme we have been working on since June.


Full Moon in Aquarius: Make your Own Rules


The Full Moon in Aquarius invites us to make our own rules and dare to follow our personal path, without worrying about what other people are doing, or what they may think of us. Aquarius inspires us to have faith in our vision without seeking anyone’s approval or validation.

Uranus is all about freedom, liberation from conditioning, and even rebellion. The planetary ruler of Aquarius urges us to stop trying to fit in, to stop trying to look normal.

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Uranus gives us the courage to be ourselves fully, to embrace our uniqueness, and to embody all that we are without asking for permission. For this to be possible, we need to have a stable inner center: the Sun in Leo reminds us how crucial it is to develop self-confidence and a strong sense of who we are.

The planetary transits of the moment are inviting us to keep working on finding our real individuality. The Full Moon in Aquarius encourages us to experiment with different ways of self-expression and to connect with people who inspire us, motivate us, support us, and help us grow into who we truly are.

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Global Live Guided Full Moon Meditation


On August 3rd, 9:45 PM EST we will be hosting global live meditation on our channel. We invite you to come and join us. If this is your first time meditating with us, we promise, you will love the energy of beautiful soul family coming together. It’s so so good! Tap on the image below to find scheduled YouTube video. Love and blessings!!

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