It dawned on me this morning, I’m going to have to take myself more seriously. I came to this conclusion using astrology charts.
I always take my work seriously. I take my promises seriously too. I want my word to mean something. But this something different and it’s new to me.
I do this for clients on a regular basis. I take a close look a their situation and come up with ideas or a plan or a path forward, that’s studied and intricate. I’ve never felt it necessary to do this for myself. I’m a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants type. I have copious amounts of faith and confidence. I expect to land on my feet.
That’s Jupiter by the way. And my 9th house.
I’ve posted twice, about the stellium in Scorpio forming in my Progressed chart. I glanced at it today and see that my progressed moon is now in Scorpio. It’s joined the Sun, Mars and Neptune in the sign – Oh Me!
That’s a lot of intensity leaking all over the place. Just think of someone like this coming into some group you’re in. I’d hope they have handle on themselves.
Scorpio is subconsciously driven to a large extent. I feel I should watch myself. But this wasn’t the only thing, concerning.
Saturn in Capricorn is squaring my natal Mars Mercury conjunction. Watch my mouth. Control my knife.
On top of that, Pluto is conjunct my planets in Capricorn now and we all know where this is headed…
I don’t think I’d be well advised to take leaps of faith while blindfolded, at this time, even if I’ve been able to get away with that for most of life.
I’ve been acting in accord with this already, unconsciously. That’s good but nowhere near as good as being aware of what I’m doing and why.
There is some AIR in all this. I have a tight Jupiter Uranus aspect in my progressed chart. But that’s got be taken seriously as well.
I’ve always been a pretty serious character. I’m routinely told that I’m “morose”. I’ve always thought that was funny.
Now, it might be that I am seriously, morose and funny. Whatever I am, I’m going to be paying attention at this point. I can feel the hairs on the back of my neck.
Do you take yourself seriously? Has there ever been a time in your life when you knew you should watch your step?
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