The Astrology Blog 24 May 2021 All times in BST “If you never change your mind – why have one?” “Humour is by far the most significant activity of the human brain.” “The need to be right all the time is the biggest bar to new ideas.” Edward de Bono – English psychologist,…
Jung’s four psychological functions of the psyche in turn correlate to the four elements. Mostly we are all a mixture of elements but you can determine if you have a dominant element – or a missing one – by looking at the distribution in your own horoscope amongst the personal planets, ie the first 7 planets which are Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
Jupiter is dipping his toes into the sea for a paddle but not a full on swim into deeper waters just yet. As with any major shift again pay attention to what surfaces for you, especially during this next two weeks while Jupiter travels through 0 degrees of Pisces (beginnings), and test the waters yourself in any new situation or relationship.
Jolly Jupiter reminds us that, regardless of whatever else is going on in the world, we are supposed to be enjoying life itself. Jupiter shows us how to have fun, how to take “should” or “shouldn’t” out of the equation and just go for it.
At a universal level this is not an easy Full Moon, firstly because it’s in Scorpio – the Moon’s sign of “fall”, most difficult combination, and secondly because it falls opposite volatile Uranus. Full Moons can be times of craziness (lunacy) in themselves (in any sign) which often relates to matters being at full stretch. Full Moons illuminate or bring a matter full circle.