Today the Moon in Capricorn makes a conjunction to Jupiter. Coming off of last night’s eclipse, we may be feeling disrupted or interrupted in ways that can be depleting. Jupiter reminds us that even when resources appear to be scarce, there is still more than enough. Jupiter reminds us that abundance is a way of life, of making more possibilities even when opportunities feel limited. As the Moon makes this conjunction to Jupiter, we can ask ourselves: how might I embody abundance and generate more possibilities that can support me—and us—in the days ahead? Jupiter in Capricorn is concerned with long-term, sustainable growth, and this conjunction with the Moon is an invitation to feel and embody these principles. The Moon then makes a waning sextile to Neptune in Pisces, drawing our attention to our ideals, our fantasies, and our dreams. It might be opportune to ask: what ideals are no longer serving me? What fantasies are no longer in alignment with the world that I want to dream into being? adrienne maree brown writes in Pleasure Activism, “But because the realm of imagination is also where culture begins—we imagine things that in turn shape our real life desires and practices.” She invites us to “Examine your fantasies!” and ask, “What initiates your desire? What sustains and builds your desire?” She suggests, “From our first moments, we should be encouraged to focus on how our bodies feel, what sensations and interactions awaken us, what feels wrong, what kind of touch feels right, and how to communicate a spectrum of boundaries and consent.” As the Moon moves through this sextile to Neptune, may we begin to let go of fantasies that are no longer in alignment with the worlds we want to create, and may we return to our bodies as guides to the fantasies and dreams that are in alignment with how we want to feel in worlds to come.
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Michael J. Morris is a witch, an astrologer, a tarot reader, an artist, a writer, and a teacher.