Happy ChristmaKahWanzaYule!

Or just Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, Happy Kwanza and Blessed Yule!

This time of accumulated holidays gets us out of ourselves and our own daily issues with the parties and presents and down time. We also get release from the pressure of having looked forward to this week since the end of September, although I think that bubble was burst at the beginning of last week so we’re more able to be in the holiday spirit now. This year, we really need the break (and the presents!), not just from how challenging 2019 has been, but to take a breath before we gear up for the whirlwind that is 2020.

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Can you believe there are only fifteen more days until 2020? Or, if we start the year when the energy changes, forty days until the Chinese New Year on January 25, The Year of the Rat! As forty is a significant number of creating change, if today or tomorrow we start contemplating what we want to accomplish in the New Year and honor our thoughts, prayers or meditations about that every day in some way, on the fortieth day, January 25, we’ve accomplished a jump start on a year of incredible enlightenment.

2019 has gone slow or fast, depending on the week or month, inconsistent with the number of days within each, and in unexpected ways. It’s put me in kind of a time warp. August and September felt like three months long each, November went by in a blink and December is going too fast. I’m already thinking in 2020 terms, writing the date as 2020 and saying “2020” instead of “2019”. No matter what challenges the new year brings, I’m really looking forward to it.

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Here’s Master Astrologer Gahl Sasson’s latest post – with information given much better than I could explain – on an important new aspect for 2020. Gahl writes:

On Dec 3, 2019, Jupiter, the planet that represents abundance, opportunities, and expansion is transiting into Capricorn where he will stay for a year. Jupiter’s orbit around the Sun takes about 12 years, which means he gets to visit each zodiac sign for a year. Wherever Jupiter travels, opportunities arise and doors open. In the Tarot cards he is represented by the card “Fortune,” and his letter in the Hebrew alphabet is Kaf, which meaning as well as shape resemble the palm of the hand. No wonder palmistry can read our fortune engraved in the lines written on our palm. So what is our fortune in the next twelve months? Read More