New Moon in Sagittarius:  Firm Ambitions

New Moon in Sagittarius: Firm Ambitions

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The moon is new in Sagittarius (9:05 am) on November 26. Busting down locked in patterns is a theme, inviting spontaneity and surprises! Dreaming big within practical confines can be stepping-stones to achievement. Previously on November 20, Mercury went direct. During the Mercury Retrograde, a pot was simmering on the stove. Before eating, the hot meal cools on the plate. The meanings of Mercury Retrograde are gradually digested and the new moon is a time to move forward.

Jupiter, the planet of luck and abundance, ingresses from Sagittarius into Capricorn on December 3! Jupiter in Sagittarius can be compared to a rocket ship flight in outer space, a disco party in the sky. When Jupiter ingresses into Capricorn, it is like a rocket ship descends back down to earth. Will the landing be smooth? What journeys in the outer limits of Jupiter in Sagittarius become useful lessons? Jupiter in Capricorn asks for flights of fancy to be grounded and is associated with prudence regarding financial economics. It asks how wealth may be expanded using forethought.

The holidays this year coincide with eclipse season, with a solar eclipse in Capricorn on December 25. More to come on that later . . .

To help smooth out your journey, try some of the Eye of Horus’ Van Van Oil or Van Van Spray. This energetic blend is designed to open the doors and remove the obstacles in your path, ensuring a safe and pleasant journey. For a little extra help in staying grounded, light Coventry Creations’ Stability candle. Alive with Earth elements, this candle helps solidify your energetic foundations. Finally, to ensure your dreams are protected and positive, try some of Eye of Horus’ Protection Oil. Rich and earthy, this blend helps keep negative influences away.

If you’re curious about how this new moon might affect you or want to explore these topics more, come in for a reading with Madeline Youngstrom.

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