posted 10 May, 2017 (Monday, 8 May, 2017) - Lynda Hill
May's Scorpio full Moon falls on May 10 in the US and May 11 in Australia. It's a pretty full-on full Moon energy-wise, and, we are likely to see all kinds of events, political, social and otherwise, from it.
posted 9 May, 2017 (Friday, 5 May, 2017) - Selacia
As our world continues its massive remaking, there is an energy of intensity and a sense of urgency in the air. For perspective, we simultaneously sit in the annual Wesak season with its abundant blessings and potentials for greater spiritual understanding.
Feeling like your train got derailed or like your train is just out of sync with its usual schedule? You can thank our current duo of retrogrades - Mercury and Mars - for some of this disarray. Besides, there is some very good news I'll describe here.
This channel took place exactly during the time of the full moon! This is also the Wesak or Vesak celebration. The Wesak festival is located in Shambhala, which is in the Himalayan Mountains and is a time to celebrate Buddha’s birthday.
posted 1 May, 2015 (Thursday, 30 April, 2015) - Lynda Hill
May's Scorpio full Moon falls in the evening of May 3 in the US and the middle of the day on May 4 in Australia. The major aspect of this full Moon is the square from the Sun and Moon to Jupiter at Leo 14.
posted 27 April, 2015 (Saturday, 25 April, 2015) - Selacia
As you prepare to celebrate Wesak and the Buddha’s birthday on May 2, you have been through an intense cycle of energy. Most likely, you are still working through some of the issues that came to light the past couple of months.
posted 12 May, 2014 (Friday, 9 May, 2014) - Lynda Hill
May's Scorpio full Moon falls on May 14 in the United States and May 15 in Australia. With Saturn conjuncting (together with) the Moon and opposing the Sun, it feels like a time of throwing things out, lightening one's load.
As we approach Wednesday’s Scorpio Full Moon and distance ourselves from the recent Sun/Saturn opposition we can best use this time to consider where in life we are skimming the surface in order to avoid the apparent darkness of depths we would prefer were not there.