I Feel Totally Different From What General Astrology Predicts. How Do I Deal with Stormy Transits?

Sun Conjunct Jupiter is Suppose to be a Big, Fortunate Deal. So Why Do I Feel Crappy?

All of the Astrologers predicted the Sun/Jupiter conjunct to be one of the luckiest transits of all time! Even the traditional christian preachers were posting what blessings God is preparing to pour out……any minute now. {Looking at my watch and waiting, while tapping the table….} Some of you were like me…..we just didn’t get it or feel it because our lives or personal transits spoke differently, not to mention the fact that this thing was sitting smack dab in the middle of a Mercury retrograde conjunct, which makes it a bit tricky, and the entire glory of the transit was not in accord with our emotional center.

Additionally, the Sun made war with our inner warrior, Mars in Pisces…..that part of us that needs to be expressed, but we just can’t put our finger on…..what we’re trying to express. Not to mention, the god of War was walking alongside Watery Neptune, who is delusional most of the time and causing him to think he needs to fight when nothing is really wrong. So basically, we were supposedly horribly blessed, but didn’t have a mental clue…..because it’s not time yet!

How Do I Make the Most of Confusing Transits?

So everything is suppose to be right, but it all feels wrong. You got what you asked for. Everyone brought what they were suppose to bring for Thanksgiving and #Friendsgiving and you all hid your sorrows to make for a pretend great day!

When dealing with hard transits that affect your mind, sometimes it is not enough to tell yourself to calm down, and that everything will be alright. Your mind doesn’t want to hear this when everything feels wrong.

When Mars transits a direct Neptune, stay away from drugs and alcohol because the high can turn sour and against others. Spend time alone, as much as you can, and if you have to deal with relatives or friends, explain that you need a minute to rest, even if you have to feign illness.

Listen to a guided meditation that helps you to focus on peace and clarity so that you can recalibrate your mind in the midst of the energetic clutter.

Somebody Has to Go Against the Status Quo — Why Not You?!?

Many times I find myself going against widely accepted astrology predictions, not because I’m trying to be difficult, but because I feel it differently. Once I look more deeply, I can see the real issues and take precautions to ride the storm.

In preparing for storms, we secure windows and doors, as well as stock up on vittles and water. We prepare for electricity to be off for a while (low energy) and to be homebound. Many of these astrological transits have to be handled the same way. When Jupiter is trine a Chiron retro and conjunct Mercury retro, expect to feel a bit unlucky and ill at ease. You may not be able to put your finger on what’s bothering you because you’re dealing with something you’ve squashed (or at least thought you did)….it’s the old scab that Jupiter is trying to pick at so that you can deal with unresolved pain or infection and RECEIVE the real blessing with the next transit. Basically, Jupiter is prepping us for the first week of 2019 so be smart about things and remember, direct confrontations and accusations don’t fare well with Mercury retrograde.

Looking in the mirror is sometimes not a pleasant experience when we need to change something that is uncomely about ourselves, but the best way to see it is to imagine how beautiful we will become when we gently skim off the skin and foam to get to the goodness that is inside. A brighter day is on the way and situations always feel less complicated in the morning. 🙂

♥♥♥ Please share this blog with people you love and #followme ! ♥♥♥

Call or chat with me today to discuss the possibilities that life and love have to offer you!

Many blessings!

Rev. Renee

1-800-ASK-KEEN

Ext. 05243268

source http://www.keen.com/CommunityServer/UserBlogPosts/Rev_Renee/Why-Do-We-Feel-Different-From-What-General-Astrology-Predicts–How-to-Deal-with-Stormy-Transits/862567.aspx