There are some days when out of the blue it just feels like it should.
You know, that whole milk of human kindness, mushy, dare I say it, happy sort of feeling. It hit me this morning walking around Circular Quay under the Harbour Bridge on my way to have lunch with a very dear friend. The sky was blue, the harbour was sparkling, the ferries were doing the chuggy thing that they do and all felt seriously good with the world… or it could just have been that I had one helluva hard step class this morning and was feeling grateful to have got through it!
In any case, there is no astrological reason for my mood. The Moon is halfway through her jaunt in Cancer, but has cleared yesterdays trouble zone. She has just passed a supportive link with more is more Jupiter (something that had more than a few peeps commenting on Facebook today how they just felt like eating), and has now also passed safely through the alley where all the Aries planets are lurking in bad boy position just waiting for something vulnerable to pass their way.
The next 24 hours will be much the same, so whatever it is you have planned for your Saturday/Saturday night, enjoy. Personally, I have poured a red wine, there is a curry on the stove and I will be curling up on the couch to watch a movie or two. Gotta love the Cancer Moon.
Which actually brings me in a round about way to the point I sort of wanted to make, and didn’t quite get there- sometimes there is no astrological reason for a good mood, there is no astrological reason for a bad mood. It just is.
Sometimes I get asked what would have caused a particular thing to have happened…and you know what? Aside from curiosity, there is often no reason to look for something to blame when we should either be enjoying it (if it is a good thing) or working out how we handle it (if it is a bucket of sloppy brown stuff left far too close to a fan).