On July 1, 2020

A time for release and renewal

By Cassandra Tyndall

In order to fully let something go, it’s normal to have one final long gaze at it. Like those times you break up with a lover, knowing it won’t develop into anything more. Or those times you move, taking one last look at the house that stands before you. As you close the door for the final time, you remember the happy times, the sad times as you leap into the next chapter of your life.

Reflecting on the memories before you move on is part of the cathartic process of release and renewal.

This week, with Saturn’s return to Capricorn, plus a lunar eclipse, you might feel ready to release from something, or someone, but before you do, there will be a significant amount of work to be done before you can finally close the door. This will be a six-month process, beginning this week.

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