Neptune stations Direct

Gumdrops and lollipops. Unicorns and rainbows. Sparkling champagne that sways in crystal glasses, jazz-tones wafting through the air. Summer rain that skates across steamy car windows. Euphoric kisses under the midnight sky. Sweet romance that lasts forever. Dreams, art, and illusions. Indulgence. Ecstasy. Falling in love. Losing our balance. All of these wonderful enchantments are the realm of Neptune. Oh what a beautiful world it is when we are swimming through the starlit clouds of Neptune's incandescent world. And oh how hard we hit our heads when we come crashing down. Neptune isn't mischievous. He wishes us no harm. Neptune's deepest desire is that we transcend the boundaries of our ego in order to discover the blurred lines where our humanity meets that of another. Neptune seeks enlightenment---reunion with the divine forger of the cosmos. He reaches out for the compassion and unconditional love that is the nature of our being. The problem is that we often seek this divinity in unhealthy ways---by trying to escape reality through external pursuits, labels, and promises. While we certainly can experience ecstasy in food, music, alcohol and sex, the trouble begins when we clutch these enchantments too tightly to our chest as though they were our life preserver. Eventually the fog will lift, the clouds will part, or the rocky bottom will rise up to meet us. Fear not, my loves, for Neptune is always there to catch you. When the rose-colored glasses come off, what remains can only be truth: that we are all connected, that love is available to you everywhere, and there is no greater euphoria than the feeling you get when you completely surrender to the great I AM---pure, boundless consciousness. Now that Neptune is direct, pay attention to where the heavy mists have parted in your life. What can you see more clearly now than you did before? "Dream delivers us to dream, and there is no end to illusion. Life is like a train of moods like a string of beads, and, as we pass through them, they prove to be many-colored lenses which paint the world their own hue." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Sending love to you all,


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