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June 13, 2019
Moon insights by Candace Looft, of Beyond the Veil Tarot / Collage by Janeva Zentz
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Traveling, higher education, philosophy, luck, expansion, dancing, music, parties, metaphysical studies, courts or legal issues, culture, major changes, leveling up, prayers, inspiration, evolution, spiritual growth, joy, and publishing.
What an excellent and abundant Full Moon! The Sun and the Moon are making their monthly opposition to one another in the opposite signs of Gemini and Sagittarius. Both representing ideas, communication, expansion. But Sagittarius is more prone to filtering out the noise and trying to expand the BIG PICTURE. Sagittarians are natural born story tellers. So what’s your story?
This is a time to really sit down and ask yourself; what is it you want? Who or what do you want to be? What do you believe in? Where is your life heading? Your answer may be very far off from where you stand now, and that’s ok. If you’ve been spinning your wheels, and are ready to make some changes now is the time.
You have an opportunity with this Full Moon to release and let go of all the baggage and hang-ups. This may help you rewrite the narrative of the story thus far. Dream big, expand your mind and possibly even your horizons. I don’t care how far fetched or crazy it may seem. The Moon is coupled up next to the infamous “Galactic Center Point” at 27 of Sagittarius. This, in lamer terms, is the exact center of our galaxy, the purest form of source. It’s here where we tune into our highest truths and connect to co-create with the universe.
The catch? There seems to be a whole lot of roadblocks and speed bumps. If you didn’t read this month's horoscopes for June 2019 you may want to. I go in-depth talking about why we are encountering some of these bumps in the road mid-June. Essentially planets in Cancer are being pulled from the opposite sign in Capricorn. There may be a lot of people who are telling you or pressuring you to maintain the status quo. Guilt tactics, fear, and emotions may run a bit haywire. But the beauty of Sagittarius is, they don't mind the chaos. They're very capable of focusing on the silver lining and seeking possibilities on the horizon.
Be mindful of fear. It’s a funny thing this month. Fear in small doses may keep us in check. Maybe even a fire burning from beneath us. But too much of it can sabotage and paralyze. You may feel yourself slowly shifting into a destined more authentic path. If you have been in the process of making changes in recent weeks, now you’re about to embrace the physical manifestations. If you have been indecisive and bouncing between options, it's likely to be narrowed down for you next month. If you’re having issues being decisive; choose whatever creates space for joy.
This Full Moon Mercury speaks to Neptune, hearing wishes and intentions if you set them carefully. Time spent in meditation and prayer is very much so encouraged. While you may be feeling pulled toward other areas of your life, it’s for good reason. Like Sagittarius’s bow, the arrow can only work by pulling back (Saturn/ resistance) before being shot in another direction. Keep that in mind this month. If you’re feeling it, rise above it. Trust and believe if you surrender, it may further along the process of your spiritual evolution. Being optimistic may help you win big in the months ahead.
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Candace Marie of Beyond the Veil Tarot has her degree in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Theology, and studied at the School of Evolutionary Astrology. She is also a graduate of Sacred Crossings Death Midwifery School, and a root worker and herbalist. Read her bio here, and catch more of her work on Beyond the Veil Tarot.
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June 13, 2019
As with many aspects of the esoteric and occult and even mainstream religion, magic is composed of dualities. The most obvious divide is that of black ("bad") magic and white ("good") magic. From time to time, when acquaintances find out that I mess with the craft, they immediately ask "but you're doing the good kind of magic, right?" So, I personally prefer the Latin terms Maleficium and Beneficium. These better encapsulate the difference between working with ill intentions (malice) and working to heal (benefit). Although something of a trope, a sort of stereotype rooted more in both folklore and mass media than in how real magic is done in the world, this duality still helps classify our knowledge of the magical arts.
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