Each passing Full Moon burns a greater light onto our lives than ever before, especially when its in a Cardinal sign (Such as this Aries Moon), as we are in the deep Cardinal cycle, initiated by the positions of Pluto and Uranus, grinding together in the dark corners of the solar system, tempestuous, showering sparks like fallen angels, igniting the dead wood of our consciousness, setting our souls ablaze.
Its not always a graceful process, but perhaps the universe is a model that is more efficient than we know. If large numbers of souls had all agreed light up simultaneously, then we would need extreme conditions in order to produce the desired effect; either gracefully harmonious merging or deeply discordant disconnection, only those qualities could awaken masses from their slumber. Apparently, in a parallel universe, another timeline is having the most blissed-out and ecstatic coming together. On this plane however, in this vector of linearity, we’re grappling with the latter. Obviously.
There are dark waves emanating from Washington as the portrait of Barack Obama behind-the-scenes, is growing ever more gray. He seems to be retreating, recoiling from the rigors of three years gone bad. He surrounds himself with Valerie Jarrett and David Ploufe. His most important player, attorney general, Eric Holder is getting scalded by Darrell Issa on “Fast and Furious” which is rapidly escalating into what could be Obama’s Watergate. Meanwhile, perhaps reflexively, Holder is going after medical marijuana dispensaries in California. The Aries Moon puts the heat on. Libra wants fairness and accountability. The Aries Full Moon seeks to impel the personal immediacy of emoting “I AM.” We’re trying to find our authentic expression in opposition to the Libra Sun, which demands equanimity. Early tomorrow, we’ll briefly have a Saturn, Full Moon opposition, which will really turn things up a few degrees. Watch out for stubborn behaviors and attitudes. High blood pressure and being head strong, head aches and and strained vision all come with the territory of the Aries Full Moon, in opposition to the Sun and Saturn.
The other day, I had a moment that was likely a precursor to the Full Moon. I had, just for a moment a glimpse into the Matrix itself. Everything was my creation. Everything. From the people in my life, to the events of the very world around me, mundane and macro. It was brief, odd and both disturbing and liberatingly illuminating. Because on the back end of it, I realized that none of you existed on some very abstract level. Perhaps I didn’t even exist either, and yet there was the one to witness it all, The I Am, which is at the very core of Aries, the distilled and primal unification of consciousness, pure will, pure expression, pure thought, which isn’t even thought at all, but rather integrated being and doing.
If we follow the round of the wheel, it is endless, infinite, cycles upon cycles, thought upon thought, ultimately culminating in Pisces and house twelve, which for many people is an end point, a re-connection with the cosmic chain of being in an ocean of oneness; pure consciousness and yet, the circle keeps uncoiling, and yet, there is no circle. But the stage after Pisces, if we’re giving our attention to it, is full and complete integration. That’s not some robotic and mindless version of action and will. We’re not talking “Real Steel” here. Its more like Bruce Lee’s “Tao” without the hyper-systemization. That’s ultimately what this Aries Full Moon is reflective of, in the face of Libra’s weights and measures. It is action/thought/emotion/being/doing all in One as One.
Here is John Cage’s “4:33” which in some measure is a commentary on natural scale vs A 440, which is a different topic altogether. Listen and you’ll see/hear the connection between “4:33” and the Aries Full Moon.