On December 28, 2023

Cosmic Catalogue: Mid-decade changes

It’s the week between Christmas and New Year, where you don’t know what day of the week it is nor what you should be doing. 

On the one hand, the astrology of this week supports taking it easy and letting the atmosphere of the season take a hold. 

On the other hand, you may be loath to get too comfortable because once the fog clears, things will look different. 

A Full Moon in Cancer highlights home and hearth, kin and clan. A time to bask in and reflect the joy of what connectedness with those you care about really means. I do implore you to revel in this as much as you can, but at the same time, don’t take it for granted. 

The peace you enjoy today didn’t come for free. 

The peace you want to enjoy tomorrow will come at a price. 

This week defines the moment where we exit the early 2020s and nose dive into the mid-decade changes that will carry us through into the 2030s. 

While this week may feel foggy and confusing, take the opportunity to realign yourself with what is true for you and what may be required of you to defend it.

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