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Cardinal T Square
August 2, 2010

You never know who’s going to be next to you in the queue.

It could be an angel or a devil! As the Cardinal T square lines up in the heavens we’re seeing all kinds of strange things.

Opposites Attract
July 26, 2010

This week I visited the Roof Garden at the top of the Metropolitan Museum.  It really is a place where the bucolic lushness of Central Park merges with the urban skyscraper landscape.  It got me thinking about the current Mars/Saturn opposition Uranus.  The trees are the Mars Saturn in Libra – all about roots, beauty and the constant cycles of nature.  The skyline with its hard edges – very man-made, jagged and Uranian.  We all fall somewhere in this polarity and affinity.  Do we need the space and serenity of the countryside or the street-buzz of the city.  Where are we happiest ?  For some the city is excitement and the countryside is boredom, for others nature is freedom and the city is stifling.  This amazing view across the treetops of Central Park towards the dazzling skyline captures the opposites.

Saturn into Libra
July 19, 2010

Now we begin a new era that will take us into Autumn 2012.  The arrival of Saturn into Libra this week is all about the final accounting in relationships.

What do we gain, what do we lose, where do we find balance?  Saturn emphasises the management of relationships, rather than the romanticism.

Diana, The Ultimate Water Goddess
July 15, 2010

I was drawn to visit Diana’s Memorial Fountain in Hyde Park on my trip back to London last week.  I have been there many times and initially I was less than impressed.  But I really saw the fountain come to life that scorching hot morning with children and adults wallowing and wading through the intricate and subtly changing patterns.  It is so experiential.  There are shallow rivulets, mini rapids and deep tranquil pools and the sound of water is bubbly in places, fast and then gentle in others.  Diana (being a Cancerian who loved children and water) would have loved it.  On this eclipsed New Moon in Cancer it seemed to hold a special soothing, healing energy – bathing the feet in water is an ancient, spiritual practice.  Now that I’ve put my toes in the water so to speak I see what a fitting tribute it is Diana and how it captures her essence perfectly.

4th of July Stars and Stripes
July 2, 2010

July stars are up, along with next week’s solar eclipse message. I’m back in London for the week, exchanging Manhattan meltdown for Cool Brittania (even though they insist they’re having a heatwave!). I was glad to see the Angel of Central Park back to her full glory after many months under wraps and scaffolding. Seeing her when I walk my dog early in the morning is a great way to start the day.

June 28 – Post eclipse party
June 28, 2010

Perhaps we all need to cool off after the lunar eclipse last Saturday. We need to re-group. But soon we’ll be into the intense alignments of July and August – so at least astrologically it’s going to be a long, hot Summer.

The Conservatory Garden – 105 Street

Here It Is
June 21, 2010

Yes, we’ve got to it. The eclipsed Full Moon close to Pluto and the extraordinary alignments that go along with it this week. Pluto in Capricorn is shaking the tree. It remains to be seen what will fall off.

June 14th stars are up
June 13, 2010

With Venus moving into Leo now we’re all walking down the sunny side of the street. Here in the West Village that spirit of living life to the full is alive and well. But those fire escapes could come in handy symbolically speaking on Saturday when Saturn’s influence makes us examine our security measures.

The Jupiter-Uranus Message
June 9, 2010


Sometimes it feels as if you’ve been
behind bars, no matter how good your behaviour. And then you get a glimpse of something new. Exciting. All signs will get a change of perspective care of the eye-popping Jupiter-Uranus conjunction. Take a look at your weekly stars.

The Fine Art of Portrait Writing
June 5, 2010

Louise Temple

For the past few weeks I’ve been attending Louise Temple’s Fine Art of Portrait Writing course. Wow – what an experience!

I’ve been welcomed into a special world that is a combination of inspiration for writing, book club and therapy! The women in this group are prepared to bare their souls, put it on paper and share their words and wisdom.

A lot of this is attributable to Louise’s guidance. She is a writer, editor, teacher and documentary film-maker who possesses those rare gifts of insight, spiritual intelligence and a talent for inspiring others. Her course is one of the most exciting aspects of my life at the moment.

She’s running a workshop later in June at Long Beach, close to New York. Worth flying over for!

Check out www.louisetemple.com or see details below:

Opening to Life: A Woman’s Journey

Writing on the shore… writing on the horizon we hold the present close and cast our nets out far…

Please join me for an afternoon of contemplative and adventurous writing within the sound of the waves. In a supportive and non-judging environment, through meditation and structured writing exercises, you will open from within and find language for the inner gold that is uniquely your own.

Long Beach NY. Afternoon tea/coffee will be served.

Please bring a small object that is beautiful to you.

Sunday, June 27th
1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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