New Moon Karma

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Ed Kluska’s Astrology Newsletter

 

Libra is now highlighted in the sky. Tuesday the Moon entered Libra to join Sun and Venus already in Libra, and today the Moon aligns with the Sun to form a New Moon at 03:12 PM ET.

 

New Moons represent new beginnings, an opportunity to establish new goals in the house in your horoscope associated with the sign of the New Moon. In this case, it’s Libra.

 

Just before today’s New Moon, the Moon opposes Uranus in Aries at 03:04 PM which can create anxiety, upsets, restlessness, and emotionally charged situations especially involving females for a few hours.

 

Also, today a significant aspect (Sun opposite Uranus) dominating the sky the past week peaks at 01:34 PM. This stress- producing aspect occurs once a year and tends to disrupt the status quo with surprises, turbulent changes, sudden twists and turns, and unexpected, especially involving males. It can be like lightning bolts coming out of nowhere.

 

As you can see, three factors culminate this afternoon within a short period which makes this New Moon particularly relevant for anyone born around the seventeenth of January, April, July, and October, or for anyone with planets and points around twenty-six degrees of the Cardinal signs (Aries Cancer Libra Capricorn).

 

With the emphasis now on Libra, this is a good time to review the karma related to Libra with the excerpt below from one of my inexpensive computerized astrology reports you can order by clicking the “Services” tab at the top of my website.

 

Keep in mind that although your sun sign may not be Libra, Libra can be significant in your horoscope in many ways.

 

“In this lifetime, your guiding principle or underlying motivation is the golden mean, the ideal state of balance and symmetry, the moderate course that avoids extremes, the happy medium.

 

An essential aspect of your path involves bringing together and harmonizing opposing energies, finding a balance and a meeting point between them and creating bridges so that interrelationship is possible.

 

Relationships are the key, whether it is the relationship of colors in a painting, between objects on the mantel piece, between nations or between two people. You have a highly developed sense of style or harmonious arrangement, of correct, appropriate, and beautiful relationships. Aesthetics are important to you in your surroundings, in people, in the way things are done. You are artful in the way you approach life.

 

With relationships, you excel in the art of compromise and diplomacy. Your subtle touch and fine-tuning regarding what is needed to maintain harmony (or at least a continued flow of interaction) between the two parties serve you well in this regard. At your best, you are thoughtful and considerate, tactful, sweet, and impeccable in your manners. You view things from a "we" perspective rather than simply I/Me.

 

However, your desire to create unity or maintain agreeable relations inclines you to avoid stating the naked truth if you think it will be unpopular. You may abhor conflict, and at your worst, you will compromise the truth or your integrity to avoid it. You can be artful in the sense of crafty, machinating, and disingenuous. You can be charming in a manipulative way. Perhaps you do not out-and-out lie but you will prettify the truth to make it more acceptable, more palatable. Going solo is not your path in life, and because of your need for others (or at least one significant other), you may lack confidence of your own.

 

You are keenly aware of polarities, the yin/yang of life, and of "the other" (the other side of the coin, the other person, the other possibilities, the opposing point of view), and you have both the gift and the desire to blend the two, a synthesis which includes both opinions, in your center. Your need for a consensus and the approval of others can make you indecisive, uncertain of yourself, and disinclined to make waves. But although you will accommodate and compromise a great deal, you do have a strong inner sense of fairness and balance. Reciprocity and equality in relationships are so important to you that you will usually take a stand when your sense of fairness is being violated.

 

An idealist at heart, it is sometimes hard for you to accept that life is not always fair and that it has its dirty side, its ugliness. And the fact that you too have emotions and impulses that are not beautiful or "nice" is something you find difficult to accept. You tend to hold yourself as well as others to a certain code of conduct, to your ideal image of how people should be, even when this does not correlate with reality. Emotional honesty is not your strong point. Seeking the ideal of love, harmony, and beauty and trying to live it is. Bringing people together, acting as a moderator or working public relations utilizes your strengths.

 

With your concern for justice, and airing both sides of an issue, the law may attract you. Behind any of these choices are the questions of balance and of blending or joining opposing forces. With your tendency to define yourself in terms of the other person, you can lack a strong sense of self outside of your relationship to significant others. These are your lifelong lessons.”

 

What is your karma and purpose in life?

 

Contact me to schedule a personal consultation so we can plan your future and you can know more about your relationships, career, education, finances, children, parents, travel, health, location, retirement, karma, and any issues in your life.

 

Ed Kluska

B.S. Physics

M.S. Psychology

C.A. Certified Astrologer

Meditation Teacher

46 Years in Practice

 

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