How to Get the Most Out of A Tarot Reading

Divination and Dreams

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oday I wanted to pop in and talk a little bit about how you can get the most out of a Tarot reading or really any kind of divination session.

There is nothing as frustrating as booking a reading, getting really excited about it, and then feeling like the reading was only meh.

I have had this experience myself and it is terrible – feels like a waste of time and money which is so frustrating.

So here are a few things you can do to make sure that you get the most out of a session:

1.) Have questions in mind beforehand. You don’t need to have every question written down, but if you have a general idea of what you would like to discuss then that keeps the reading on track and efficient.

2.) Make sure you know what you are signed up for. It is not so fun to go into an intuitive reading expecting to have Tarot cards thrown for you only to discover that the person is going to analyze your natal chart. Look at what people are offering and make sure that their approach is in alignment with what you want.

3.) Don’t lie to your reader. I am speaking from experience – we have seen it ALL. People tell their readers things that they would not tell a doctor, therapist, or clergyman – don’t waste our time and yours by beating around the bush.

4.) If, in whatever divination system is being called upon, there are special, personal, significant symbols that come up – let your reader know! This information can help her hone the reading and get even more specific.

5.) Don’t take everything your reader says at face value. Any divination system is an art, not science which means it is subjective and open to multiple interpretations. A good reader will give you several possibilities for what a card can “mean” and it is the work of both of you to figure out how those meanings do (or don’t) apply to your unique situation.

6.) Finally, get readings regularly! Each and every divination system is a language and we learn languages by engaging with them. I have often said that the best way to learn to read for yourself is to get readings from others and that is exactly right.

Find a reader that you trust and then get regular readings from them. Personally, I think monthly or quarterly readings are the way to go. And many readers at this time of year offer specials on bundles…like the one, I am offering here …so be on the lookout for that!

I have seen first hand that regular engagement with divination can bring about remarkable results AND help us make better choices, but Divination is a dance – and as they say, it takes two to Tango!

magic, miracles: receive my lunar letters

ARRIVING on full moons each month.

The Medicine We Need

Ceremony and Ritual

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e need to make sure we have all the medicine we need.”

My husband tells me this offhandedly, on his way out of the kitchen with the two boys, the screen door shutting firmly behind him. I open the cabinet, what looks for all the world like an altar to health and convenience and choices. Cough syrups and lozenges, prescription medication to manage my chronic asthma, tonics and tinctures in strange brown glass bottles sitting side by side the Tylenol and Motrin. This is, after all, the medicine cabinet of someone experienced with specialized medicines for serious chronic illness – but it is also the cabinet of a witch. I would expect some dark glass bottles and dried bundled of herbs and homemade balms and I am not disappointed.

I stare at the shelves running through the lists of things a family of four, with two active young children, might need to see them through the Winter. I know I can go to the store to pick up whatever I don’t have, but I don’t take that knowledge for granted the way that I did before Covid, before March of this year, before going to the grocery store became a fraught affair.

How to know, I wonder? How does one know what is needed? The irony of a professional diviner asking how one knows what is needed, how one knows anything really, is not lost on me. I have an answer. I wrote it down in my first book. Pay attention. That is what I have to do, what we have to do, ever and always, pay attention. I look again and wonder aloud: what is the medicine we need?

Candles flicker on the Ancestor altar and the air is full of the golden spice scent of marigolds. Soon I’ll add the sugar skulls. Soon we will write the names of the Beloved Dead on each one. There is one medicine we need, a medicine easily forgotten: the act of remembering. Remembering our Beloved Dead, our lineage of blood and choice, and all of the tangles and gorgeous colors it contains, the stories of our Ancestors.

My gaze drifts over to the charm bag that contains the first locks of hair from one of my baby’s head. We need the medicine of memory and also the medicine of possibility, of dreams, of aspirations. Those are carried in the words I write, the seeds we plant, the sparkle of a gorgeous boy’s eye when he wins the game, and the salty tears of defeat when the day was hard.

I tiptoe out into the garden under the waxing moon, sit on the wooden swing with my cup of steaming coffee and watch as the little opossum we rescued earlier this year noses about in the plants and then scurries up his favorite tree. When he was brought into the kitchen, furry body hanging out of our proud dog’s mouth, I thought for sure he was dead. Then I remembered that opossums are quite good at playing dead. Later that day I watched him move, thinking, mmm, surely his back is broken, this looks bad. A day of recuperation at our local Wildlife center, prayers to St. Francis, and now he is rummaging about the garden as if nothing happened. Resiliency then, that too is a medicine that we need to carry with us through the Winter.

This year marked my 40th birthday. I rang it in by standing in line for 4 hours so that both myself and my beloved could vote. A group of women stood behind me. They all wore black shirts with silk screened lace collars. The shirts said: “We are Ruthless” in a nod of respect to Justice Ginsburg’s recent death. They brought doughnuts to the party, knowing it would be a while before we could cast our vote. Commitment to the possibility of something better. There is medicine we need always, and with plenty of back stock.

The Full Moon is on Halloween. Every elementary school aged child’s heart swells as this undeniable, unbelievable, too perfect to be true, fact. It is proof among the dead grass, sticky caramel-kissed fingers, and October pumpkin-filled air, that magic exists. In this year of all years, that too needs to be carried forward. The magic of an October Full Moon hanging low in the sky as the goblins and ghosts come out for tricks and treats while witches wait for the new year to be ushered in.

Now I’m paying attention. Now I see what we need and I know what to do. In addition to the tried and true medicines of the body, I’ll gather up some further things: Remembering, Stories, Dreaming, Hoping, Resilience, Recovery, Commitment, Betterment, Magic. Pour them into brown glass bottles, braid them together while the leaves are still supple, make a balm with them for chapped hands and lips and souls. I’ll tuck them into the cabinets in between the pain relievers and the thermometers. Now we have the medicines we need.

magic, miracles: receive my lunar letters

ARRIVING on full moons each month.

Star Stories: November 2020

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strology for November 2020

Note for November: The big news for this month is right at the beginning with some truly wacky election day astrology. Mercury is up to all kinds of antics on election day and it is likely that snags, delays, and cries of no fair from both sides will be in the air by the evening and the following day. Keep a cool head and stay out of the drama for the best results. Uranus and Neptune get active near the end of the month giving us all things to be thankful for!

11/1: Daylight Savings Time Begins – Fall Back!

11/3: Voting in the United States for the 2020 Presidential Election – GO VOTE!!!

11/3: Mercury square Pluto. Not the greatest astro for election day here in the US as this square can encourage harsh behavior, manipulation, and dodgy tactics on behalf of all competitors who really want to win. Secrets and lies may abound.
Ask: What is really going on?

11/3: Mercury square Saturn. More difficulties on election day because this aspect can have things grinding to a halt and even though Mercury goes direct on this day there may be technical issues that create delays or unclear results.
Ask: What does the law want us to know?

11/3: Mercury square Jupiter. Watch out for extravagant gestures and promises that cannot possibly be delivered on. At best this is an idealistic transit that shows up what is possible. At worst it is a hangover we all recover from.
Ask: Where do I need to be more moderate?

11/3: Mercury goes Direct!!!

11/8: Waning Quarter Moon at 16 degrees Leo, 7:46 AM. A reminder that this is a great time to banish: https://brianasaussy.com/what-are-you-really-banishing/
Ask: What pride needs to be vanquished?

11/10: Mercury enters Scorpio. After it’s long retrograde Mercury returns to the lair of the Scorpion and once again our words can carry bite and sting. Mercury in Scorpio encourages us to communicate about deep and meaningful issues and we do that most effectively when we also remember to be kind.
Ask: What deep conversation am I ready to have?

11/12: Jupiter and Pluto Conjunction. This pairing occurs every 13 years. It is sometimes referred to as the “mogul” pairing and carries a lot of potential for creating deep wealth and money magic.
Ask: Where am I ready to deepen my wealth and abundance?

11/13: Mars goes Direct!!!

11/14: New Moon at 23 degrees Scorpio, 11:07 PM. Here are Four Ways to Honor the New Moon just in case you missed them: https://brianasaussy.com/4-ways-honor-new-moon/
Ask: What shadow am I ready to explore?

11/16: Venus square Jupiter. This square brings optimism, happiness, and a great benefit to those who align themselves with that energy.
Ask: What possibility am I ready to entertain?

11/17: Mercury opposed Uranus. This opposition can bring in brilliant insights and ideas but can also have your head so high up in the clouds that you forget to consider and attend to practical matters.
Ask: What brilliant insight is making itself known?

11/19: Venus square Saturn. This aspect brings about sadness, difficulties and a focus on loss. Focusing on where you lack and are not enough can go hand in hand with this astro weather as can a financial limit or set back.
Ask: Where do I need to forgive myself?

11/21: Venus enters Scorpio. When Venus enters Scorpio our sex and intimate lives become deeper and more important. This astrology can lead, on the one hand to deep healing through erotic relationships and love but on the other hand, it can lead to cray-cray obsessions and fixations that are nothing but bad news.
Ask: What intimacy am I ready to explore?

11/21: Waxing Quarter at 0 degrees Pisces, 10:45 PM. This is the perfect time to brush up on your divination practice! https://brianasaussy.com/teaching/20-question-tarot/
Ask: What does right relationship with my intuition look and feel like?

11/21: Sun enters Sagittarius 2:40 PM
Ask: What am I able to teach?

11/23: Mercury trine Neptune. This is a gentle day when rest, dwelling on something beautiful or applying your thoughts and energy to a creative or charitable project would be a very good thing.
Ask: Where can I help?

11/27: Venus opposed to Uranus. This aspect might bring a delightful surprise when it comes to love or money.
Ask: What unexpected gift will I say yes to?

11/28: Neptune goes Direct!!!

11/30: Full Moon + Lunar Eclipse at 8 degrees Gemini, 3:30 AM. Some ideas for how to work with the Full Moon can be found here: https://brianasaussy.com/how-to-honor-the-full-moon/ and here: https://brianasaussy.com/six-months-of-magic-every-full-moon/
Ask: What words matter most to me?

11/30: Lunar Eclipse at 8 degrees Gemini at 3:30 AM
Ask: What keeps me from articulating my message?    November November

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ARRIVING on full moons each month.

Hearth and Home Vol. 22: Go and Help Your Brother

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have been editing my second book, Star Child, all week so I have stars and Zodiac signs on the brain. This Hearth and Home is brought to you by the sign of Virgo, the sign most devoted to being of good help, and the sign that the New Moon occurs today.

“Go and help your brother.”

These are words I utter every day, usually several times, to my oldest son. Sometimes the help is given gladly. Sometimes the heavy sound of sneakers trudging across the wooden floorboards follows my request and I can tell he is a little annoyed. And almost always there is a response and the needed help is given.

You can’t really read the news anymore, you can just doom scroll your way through it and it makes me wonder about help and the stories of help and where they are. For it is exactly in times such as these, in crisis times and fear-ridden times, that we most need to look for the helpers, as Fred Rogers reminds us. Earlier this year when I returned to social media, I was able to highlight the helper stories and share them far and wide, but the stream has slowed to a trickle, the waters are drying up.

“Go and help your brother.” It has become a mantra of sorts, the theme of 2020 is not a word or an image, at least not for me, it is this: Go. And. Help. Your. Brother.

I thought I was uttering it as a suggestion, sometimes a snapped command, to my oldest child but it turns out I have been saying it to my own soul this entire time. What is needed right now? What medicine can begin to heal the wounds and the hurt places? Offering Help. To our brothers, our sisters, our loved ones, to men, women, those in between, and creatures of all kinds. Go and help. It is not a request or a suggestion, it is an inner imperative of the heart. Something we must all do in all of the ways, in all of the times, that we can.

More than that, these are the stories that need to be told, stories of helpers, everyday people, showing up with care and kindness. Their names and their roles are often obfuscated by the bigger events that are happening so I wanted to take a moment to highlight some of them, helpers I have had immediate and direct contact with over this year.

Doctors
Artists
Nurses
Grocery store clerks
Postal Workers
Lab techs
Teachers
Epidemiologists
Ministers
Truck Drivers
Scientists working on vaccines and therapeutics
Priests
Storytellers
Workers in warehouses, slaughterhouses, and fields
First Responders
Witches
Farmers
Professors
Writers
Police
Tarot Readers
Protestors
Grandparents
Shamans
Ranchers
Astrologers
Educators
School Administrators
Stockists
Therapists
Rootworkers
Parents
Children

I see this list as a litany. I say the names and the titles, many of which bring individual beloveds to my mind and I bless them for the ways they show up, the ways they try, for going to help their brothers, for helping me, my family, my friends, my clients, and students, my loved ones.

Being of good help is a theme we find in every major spiritual tradition as well as in the Sacred Arts. The four Tarot cards pictured above, all the Knights in the tarot, are often interpreted as helper figures showing up in our lives in different ways and with different qualities. So it is for us as well, we can show up to help in different ways and with different abilities and qualities at our disposal.

It is easy to think, in these latter days of Dharma as the Mahabharata calls them, that you can’t help. If you don’t know how to start an IV line or hold a line for justice or calm of a line of angry and frightened shoppers then really, what do you have to offer? Bit if there is one thing that 2020 has taught me it is this: That there is always a way to go and help your brother. I am grateful for the lesson.

I want to thank Jacquelyn Tierney/House of Divine Style Stock Photography for making this image available to me. I actually worked with it as a writing prompt which was so much fun!

And now for news from the home front:

Our September has gotten off to a busy start! The highlights include: editing Star Child, planning for the Story Threads class that begins in a few weeks, doing a guest teaching on blessing ways and prayer for a dear friend (I’ll be sharing more about this later), and keeping up with the school schedules of our body.

THE Most Frequently Asked Question of 2020 is: Did you remember to put an extra mask in your backpack?

Mars Retrograde is giving me all kinds of fantastic ideas and so I am doing my best to write them down and take as many notes as possible. We are all spending more time outside because the Gods smiled on us and we are actually having a lovely, cool, September…so far!

We work in the garden, planting seeds, feeding the wild birds and chickens, and leaving offerings for the faeries. We are headed into our favorite time of year and so, we are already talking about the Feast Day of Archangel Michael and how we might arrange the Ancestor altar this time around, and of course, the most important question: WHAT IS HAPPENING FOR HALLOWEEN?

Answer: I don’t know, honestly but we will make it magical, and that is what matters.

As always, from our family to yours, we wish you a beautiful and magical month full of goodness!

magic, miracles: receive my lunar letters

ARRIVING on full moons each month.

Star Stories: October 2020

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strology for October 2020

Note for October: October will be an extra special month this year. A spooky Mercury Retrograde starts on October 13th (which also just happens to be mah birthday!) and the month opens and closes with Full Moons making the second Full Moon (on Halloween no less!) a Blue Moon.  A couple of square with the Sun make things tricky but a sweet Jupiter Venus trine smooths things out. It is a balance of tricks and treats and an excellent time to remember to care for our Ancestors!

10/1: Full Moon at 9 degrees Aries at 4:05 PM. Some ideas for how to work with the Full Moon can be found here: https://brianasaussy.com/how-to-honor-the-full-moon/ and here: https://brianasaussy.com/six-months-of-magic-every-full-moon/
Ask: What core aspects of myself do I wish to honor?

10/2: Venus enters Virgo. Now is the time to be devoted to what matters most. Check the perfectionist tendencies and choose instead to put your efforts into wholeness and health!
Ask: What devotion is calling my name?

10/4: Pluto Direct!!!

10/7: Mercury opposed to Uranus. Anxiety and tension are at an all-time high and an unexpected surprise may add to the excitement.
Ask: What calms me now?

10/9: Waning Quarter Moon at 27 degrees Cancer, 7:40 PM. A reminder that this is a great time to banish: https://brianasaussy.com/what-are-you-really-banishing/
Ask: What family/tribal ties am I ready to sever?

10/9: Mars square Pluto. This square creates tension and possible aggression. Stay safe and be smart.
Ask: Where do I need to exercise more caution?

10/10: Venus trine Uranus. Expect favorable news and surprises in the areas of love and money.
Ask: What surprise would I welcome in the area of relationships or finances?

10/11: Sun square Jupiter. This day reminds us to go for the gold but also to keep realistic expectations about what we (and others) can be expected to achieve.
Ask: Where would my dream benefit from a reality check?

10/13: Mercury Retrograde begins. Retrograde starts at 8:05 PM in Scorpio, moves into Libra on October 27th and ends on the 3rd at 11:50 AM.
Ask: What elements of my lineage are ready to be re-balanced?

10/13: Sun opposed to Mars. Disagreements, disappointments, and difficulties surface on this day and competitions can turn nasty.
Ask: How can I collaborate instead of competing?

10/15: Sun square Pluto. This leads to power trips, personal crises, and behaviors that are not supportive, to say the least. Instead, let the sun illuminate the shadows.
Ask: What do my depths want me to see about myself?

10/16: New Moon at 23 degrees Libra at 2:31 PM. Here are Four Ways to Honor the New Moon just in case you missed them: https://brianasaussy.com/4-ways-honor-new-moon/
Ask: What new relationship am I ready to form?

10/18: Sun square Saturn has us once again worried about time, aging, and generally being afraid. Instead, work with the energy to supercharge your discipline.
Ask: What does my pursuit of excellence teach me?

10/19: Mars square Jupiter. Fantastic day for luck, business, and seizing an opportunity.
Ask: What opportunity am I ready to seize?

10/19: Mercury opposed Uranus. Expect flashes of brilliance and the inability to stop thinking. Carry a notebook and write those ideas down.
Ask: What thoughts are asking for my attention now?

10/19: Venus trine Jupiter. This is a blessed day full of good luck, cheer, and abundance – especially in the areas of love and money.
Ask: What blessings am I ready to receive?

10/21: Venus trine Pluto brings deep intimacy and/or romantic obsessions.
Ask: What relationship do I want to take deeper?

10/22: Sun enters Scorpio 6:00 PM
Ask: What are the blessings from my broken places?

10/23: Waxing Quarter at 0 degrees Aquarius, 8:23 AM. This is the perfect time to brush up on your divination practice! https://brianasaussy.com/teaching/20-question-tarot/
Ask: What message am I ready to amplify?

10/24: Venus trine Saturn. This aspect is all about commitments and being involved for the long haul in both matters of love and money. Good day to make an investment or a marriage proposal!
Ask: Where am I ready to invest?

10/27: Venus moves into Libra. Love, relationships, marriage, and partnerships of all kinds take center stage for the next few weeks.
Ask: Who and what am I partners with?

10/31: Full Moon at 8 degrees Taurus at 9:49 PM – Halloween/Samhain/Blue Moon. Some ideas for how to work with the Full Moon can be found here: https://brianasaussy.com/how-to-honor-the-full-moon/ and here: https://brianasaussy.com/six-months-of-magic-every-full-moon/
Ask: What brings me stability?

10/31: Sun opposed to Uranus. Expect a pleasant surprise – hopefully, all treats and no tricks!
Ask: Where are things ready to be shaken up?  October 

magic, miracles: receive my lunar letters

ARRIVING on full moons each month.

Hearth and Home Vol. 21: Being Seen

Alchemy and Magic

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appy New Moon in Leo!

I’ve been feeling that Leo vibe this year, more than usual. Necessity, the old proverb goes, is the mother of invention. Challenges to our social habits have forced so many of us to look to images in a fresh way as means of communication, in ways perhaps more pronounced than other years.

My grandfather was a Leo and when I think about the best qualities of the amazing, stellar, lion, I always think about him. Right now, I’m thinking about him a lot.

He showed up fully himself wherever he was. He loved a good party, loved the spotlight, loved drama and excitement. When there wasn’t any drama to be had, he was happy to create it himself!

For me, Leo is all about showing up and letting yourself be seen. If we can’t show up in person, we are forced to find and create other ways to show up. This year I have taken that literally, and I am sharing a lot more on Insta. If you don’t follow me there, you should!

The power of videos and visual storytelling was brought home to me earlier this month when Jasper, our 9 year old, tried out for the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio. This year, auditions couldn’t be held in the usual way, and so every performer needed to make a video – with no pauses or cuts – introducing themselves and performing scales plus 3 different prepared pieces of music.

It was a lot for a 9 year old cello player. On the first day of taping, we had to get the giggles out, but on the second day, he rocked it, and soon after we learned he had been accepted!

What will the city-wide Youth Orchestra look like this year? Who knows! But kids who love music showed up and played their hearts out. In one form or another, the show will go on, and I am fully confident they are going to learn oh-so-much on their journey together. Also, major props to my beloved husband David for making the video happen and for handling ALL music practices at our house…it is a lot of work, and he brings so much excellence to it just holding that space for Jasper.

I have even more exciting visual news. My publishing team and I have decided on a cover for my upcoming book Star Child: Joyful Parenting Through Astrology and I CANNOT WAIT to share it with you all – soon, soon!

Our family has settled into a solid routine. Since school is beginning virtually, we will be able to maintain it, more or less. Jasper is excited to launch into 3rd grade and Heath is delighted to be home and speeding through the neighborhood on his Strider balance bike. He collects little treasures on his walks and delights in harvesting tomatoes and trying to sit on the (very patient) dog.

The boys go for long walks and bring home all kinds of magical goodies. They found the bird’s nest (pictured above for me) and arranged items in it for me too. I love that they put an eye milagro in the nest. It was as if they knew mommy has been contemplating vision and visibility.

I’ve been busy making fall plans for the gardens and for courses and classes I want to teach, including a free call on the upcoming Mercury Retrograde (I’ll probably talk about the Mars retrograde a little bit too) and a brand new offering steeped in magic and story that I am thrilled to share with all of you.

Many of you especially loved receiving a prompt in last month’s Hearth and Home, so here is one for this month:

What am I seeing right now and how am I letting myself be seen?

(The Leos in your life approve of this question, promise!)

As always, from our family to yours, we wish you a beautiful and magical month full of goodness!

magic, miracles: receive my lunar letters

ARRIVING on full moons each month.

Star Stories: September 2020

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strology for September 2020

Note for September: The social season will start buzzing in September. There are a few oppositions this month that will create some problems and static but also sign changes – including Venus’ movement into Leo that bring a good deal of blessings and opportunity. Jupiter also brings us one of the luckiest days of the year!

9/1: Mercury trine Pluto. This is a time when communication gets deep.
Ask: Where do my words need to go deeper?

9/2: Full Moon at 10 degrees Pisces, 12:22 AM. Some ideas for how to work with the Full Moon can be found here: https://brianasaussy.com/how-to-honor-the-full-moon/ and here: https://brianasaussy.com/six-months-of-magic-every-full-moon/
Ask: What am I ready to heal?

9/2: Venus opposed to Saturn. This is a tough aspect that can have us focusing on love gone wrong and sad stories. You can align with this in a more positive way by affirming or re-affirming your commitment to healthy romantic and financial habits.
Ask: Where would I like to recommit myself?

9/3: Mercury trine Saturn. This is good astrology for thinking through serious or difficult problems and arriving at elegant conclusions.
Ask: What needs to be carefully thought through?

9/4: Venus square Mars. Tough day for love and matters of the heart. This aspect can lead us all to pick fights and be extra aggressive.
Ask: Where can I practice kindness?

9/5: Mercury moves into Libra. Communication becomes fair, balanced, and has a helpful dose of charm and flirtation thrown in to boot!
Ask: Where can my words brings more balance?

9/6: Venus moves into Leo. The focus now is on luxury, fun, good times, and creative work!
Ask: What creative projects are in need of love?

9/9: Mars Retrograde begins at 5:22 PM in Aries and stations direct on November 13th at 6:36 PM. Review your energy levels, fitness habits, and health routines.
Ask: Where do I need to optimize my independence?

9/9: Sun trine Jupiter. This is a wonderful day for good luck, fortune, and general blessings. Asking for a favor or seeking a promotion gets a thumbs up on this day!
Ask: Where am I ready to take a chance?

9/10: Waning Quarter Moon at 18 degrees Gemini, 4:26 AM. A reminder that this is a great time to banish: https://brianasaussy.com/what-are-you-really-banishing/
Ask: What distractions do I need to remove?

9/11: Sun opposed to Neptune. Thinking and feeling can be fuzzy on this day. Letting yourself rest and especially watching your immune system are good ideas.
Ask: Where am I ready to rest?

9/12: Jupiter Direct!!!

9/15: Venus square Uranus can bring surprises in the areas of love and money so be on the lookout for those.
Ask: Where has my money gotten stagnant?

9/17: New Moon at 25 degrees Virgo at 6:00 AM. Here are Four Ways to Honor the New Moon just in case you missed them: https://brianasaussy.com/4-ways-honor-new-moon/
Ask: What do I want to plan for?

9/20: Mercury square Pluto. This aspect brings out the sting in all conversations. Watch out for overtly or passive-aggressive behaviors in yourselves and others.
Ask: How can I say it with kindness?

9/22: Sun enters Libra (Fall Equinox) 8:31 AM — Fall Equinox
Ask: What relationships am I devoted to?

9/23: Waxing First Quarter at 1 degree Capricorn, 8:55 PM. This is the perfect time to brush up on your divination practice! https://brianasaussy.com/teaching/20-question-tarot/
Ask: Where am I ready to build mastery and expertise?

9/27: Mercury enters Scorpio. Conversations get deeper, more raw, and have potentially more bite to them when Mercury hangs out in Scorpio.
Ask: What words are able to heal?

9/29: Saturn Direct!!!

magic, miracles: receive my lunar letters

ARRIVING on full moons each month.