Mercury Retrograde + More

Namaste from the motherland!Mother India has had her own plans for me – I came, completed my mission in Tirupati earlier this month, and then decided to go my own way… Well, I did, briefly, however due some unforeseen events, and wayward journey’s I’m now passing through Delhi, completely unplanned.. . And I am veryContinue reading “Mercury Retrograde + More”

The Starry Times – Mercury Retrograde -November 2019

Haiii Everyone! We have arrived at the last mercury retrograde for 2019 – The first was in march, the second was in july. It will run from 1st November to 21st November. With all retrogrades, the planets’ orbits are such that create the illusion that they are moving backwards; the energies become stronger, we feelContinue reading “The Starry Times – Mercury Retrograde -November 2019”

The Starry Times – Libra Season, New Moon & The Dance of Venus

Hey Everyone, We are well into libra season! Many planets are going through transitions and changes right now, and you may be feeling yourself pulled, pushed, perhaps some ill health, or new opportunities, or being faced with letting things go… changes are afoot! New Moon in Libra – Swati Nakshatra New moons are times forContinue reading “The Starry Times – Libra Season, New Moon & The Dance of Venus”

The Starry Times : August 2019

I think a few crowns fell when I made the announcement that the sun is still in the middle of cancer and will not be moving into Leo till the 18th. Its true, grab a telescope or check out any star app, you will see the actual real-time position of the planets for yourself! IContinue reading “The Starry Times : August 2019”

The Starry Times: Mercury Retrograde July 19′

So now, we have the second instalment of mercury retrograde for the year. It’s in the zodiac sign of Cancer, in the lunar mansion (nakshatra) Pushya. Pushya is one of the most nourishing stars in the zodiac. Its primary symbol is the cow’s udder – The cow nourishes and nurtures, in the wild, the humbleContinue reading “The Starry Times: Mercury Retrograde July 19′”

The Starry Times: Eclipse Season July 2019

We have passed through the most intense time of the year. Who can feel some of the pressure lifted? Mars and mercury have moved out of the grips of Saturn and the nodal axis; our energy, direction and focus (mars) feels freer and our ability to think, analyse and process information (mercury) feels less restricted.Continue reading “The Starry Times: Eclipse Season July 2019”

The Starry Times : Mercury Retrograde and New Moon

March is a month where we are going to start to feel shifts of energies that herald the upcoming changes this year. How you personally experience these changes will depend on where you are at in your life; how well you relate to the cyclical ups and downs of life. Key dates: March 6 –Continue reading “The Starry Times : Mercury Retrograde and New Moon”

The Starry Times – Mercury Retrograde + Scorpio

Mercury retrograde creating delays again – Well, not really, it just means that when a planet retrogrades, it appears closer, and its energy is felt more strongly – in either way, positive or negative. Delays happen all the time, and there are some occasions when it affects us more than other occasions. The variables areContinue reading “The Starry Times – Mercury Retrograde + Scorpio”

The Starry Times: Full Moon Taurus 23/11/18

Happy Full moon everyone. This full moon is occurring in Taurus, sign of the bull.For those acquainted with Vedic astrology, the nakshatra is Krittika, which means ‘cutters’ – This energy gives the ability to cut to the truth of a certain matter – It is sharp, direct and critical. It can cut to the center,Continue reading “The Starry Times: Full Moon Taurus 23/11/18”

The Starry Times: Reflections on Retrograde

So it’s true, the word is out, mercury is out of retrograde, the eclipse season is over, a few planets are still retrograde but all will be moving direct by early September. Now is a time to breathe some sighs of relief as the breakdowns lead to breakthroughs, revealing new and forgotten patterns, tools andContinue reading “The Starry Times: Reflections on Retrograde”