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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Saturn in Libra, with Neptune and Jupiter in Aquarius!


If I were to imagine one word to sum up the work of Saturn in Libra I might say: "Priorities." And perhaps it's prioritizing the relative importance and feelings in all " one on one relationships" in our life that Saturn in Libra speaks to... and so I try....

I try to prioritize and make an effort. For the last 2 months it's been a high priority for me to get to NYC to see Jung's Red Book and to reconnect with old friends there, and twice(!) I've been laid low by sickness that has kept me away.

I sadly gave up on that priority until a few days ago. And then the synchronistic happening occurred that could be seen as part of the "signature" of Jupiter and Neptune in Aquarius--because I let go of my efforting and the need to have something occur the way I wanted it to occur, the Universe arranged--serendipitously (?) through friends (Aquarius) that I should still get my hearts delight to see the Jung exhibit, and so I will be going there, all plans arranged, with little effort on my part.

The point? It's simply to remember the grace of what we used to call "leaving room for the Holy Spirit" which to me is often seen dressed in Uranian fashion with a touch of Jupiter and Neptune. So, we do the intention, we make the effort, we prioritize...all Saturn. And then Jupiter and Neptune in Aquarius say...."leave a little room for us, leave a moment for us to do our won't come as you expect." And that's a very sweet thing indeed.

Elizabeth Spring


  1. Hello Elizabeth...

    Re, your: the "signature" of Uranus and Neptune in Aquarius--because (...) etc.

    just a detail.. if you don't mind..
    I believe you probably meant to say JUPITER (and/or Chiron) in Aquarius with Neptune. Since Uranus is in Pisces these days ;-)


  2. Rachel...Thanks so much for that! What was I thinking????

  3. Oh Elizabeth, this Red Book journey will help your writing no doubt. Enjoy every minute, hope you feel better and better every day. So lovely that you posted this inspiring seasonal photo. Thank you. xTrixie

  4. Hi Trixie~
    So nice to hear from you! I hope you are doing well and enjoying the uniqueness of Christmas in Spain! Do let me know if you come back for a visit....
    I'm embarking on a new project of an astrological "novel/memoir" this winter, so will be honing in on this. And our daughter Sarah is having a baby girl this Friday!
    Hope you all are well! x0

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  6. Hi Elizabeth - thanks for the reading from chapter two of your book. A fascinating subject and well presented - I hope the book continues to do well for you.

  7. Greetings, Elizabeth,
    I have been enjoying snips and gulps of your beautiful blog, thanks to blog skipping from Donna Cunningham's Skywriter. What you addressed as 'the grace' of the planets that might otherwise be called illusionists or reality benders and crafters of the hall of mirrors was so well put here. Leaving a little room for the space in between is precisely what I have been challenged to accept with Neptune opposing my Mars for two years. Alice (of the Looking Glass) and I have been to places unexpected over and over again.

    Thank you for this floating boat on a New Year's Eve Eve.