Friday, August 1, 2014

Jupiter in Leo and the Creative Gauntlet is Thrown

Saskatchewan wild prairie flowers
Photo: Willow

Communication and intellect planet Mercury entered Leo July 31, joining the Sun and Jupiter in the leonine sign of heart, performance, and creative expression.

With three bodies plus Black Moon Lilith now transiting Leo (joined by Venus in Leo August 12), we are really starting to tap into the creative fire and the expansiveness of heart indicated by Jupiter in Leo.

Things are getting bigger. Things are getting bolder. People who have been holding back can hold back no longer. We're able to open up those hearts and express some things that have been waiting until just this time to be expressed. We're stirring the fires of love, passion, creation, artistry, style, humour, and fun in ways that we've waited 11 years - since Jupiter's last transit of Leo August 2002 to August 2003 - to access.

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Anonymous said...

Willow, I loved this post! I had a vision of Woody Guthrie standing next to you with his guitar: 'This Machine Kills Fascists.'

I think your blog does a pretty good job of it too. Thanks. Rock on!

P.S. I don't know much about Woody but like a lot of people I loved his list of New Year's Resolutions for 1943. There's great stuff there: 'Keep hoping machine running' 'Love everybody' and 'Wake up and fight', but my favorite is: 'Wash teeth if any.' Optimism, courage, and hope, served up on a toothbrush.

(When they get the time machine ready to go I'd love to hear the two of you sort things out on Blog Talk Radio. Might be a while but I'll keep checking the listings. You never know.;-)

Willow said...

Thank-you, Anon! Being Woody's comrade in words is a true honour, indeed.

I was just introduced to this Woody Guthrie song by a friend recently.

All You Fascists Bound to Lose:

Clarissa said...

Have always loved your articles, but nearly cried at the end of this one. It rang very true. Funny to see comments following it about Woody Guthrie, an artist who had creative purpose and heart. Keep on rockin girl! :)

Jason said...

"We will be challenged to express and create and colour this little planet within some brutal and sobering context."

Its sentences like this, make why I come here.

The ending.. pure poetry, I have to find
some money to give. You just flat out deserve It.

Anonymous said...

go Willow. i love you. i promise i will send you my best when it is in sendable form. in the meantime my best is in daily moment to moment practice, the best i can. you rock with heart and soul. thank you. another anonymous, but only temporarily :)

Anonymous said...

Willow.. you've got it right! We need to listen and learn and never let the bastards grind us down.

Your passion for life and justice particularly emanates from this blog.

Well done girl!

Anonymous said...

I love you Willow :)

Willow said...

Thank-you for these nice comments, guys! Big love to all of you. :-)

Greg F said...

Thanks for your love, your courage, and support Willow. We have your back as well.

Anonymous said...

Rock on Miss Willow!! You are a shining star in the dark..lots of love for you and all our brothers & sisters on this beautiful planet...


Anonymous said...

This post is scary true, and thank God there's someone who still speaks the truth out there. L
ove you for writing it - keep it up Willow, you read the stars like no one else.

Anonymous said...

You are destined to do what you do Willow and we will always remember you and thankful to you, always.

Willow said...

Thank-you so much for these comments! You are all so sweet and kind. Very humbling and it makes me want to keep going. :-)

(Aside from the comment from the troll this morning. Still nothing better to do with his time/life, I see.)