With Mercury squaring Mars this weekend and Uranus preparing to enter Taurus on the 15th, I thought this info might be useful to revisit. Walnut flower essence is one of the most useful supports for the experience of tremendous change, both inner and outer. Change is what’s occurring now and will be occurring quite a bit for the rest of 2018, with Uranus ushering us into all kinds of uncanny, unique or unexpected territories.
What do I mean by change? The word has almost become cliché in some ways so let me clarify. I mean change as in ABOUT-FACE CHANGE, RADICAL SHIFT change, some RATHER SUDDEN TURN OF EVENTS that blow minds and leave people scratching their heads in wonderment kinds of change. Just saying. The fun has just begun!
Mercury is in the late degrees of Aries along with Uranus, and both are being squared by Mars in Capricorn, which will be moving into Aquarius on the 16th. And…”edgy” would be an understatement about the energy of the times.
Creative sparks are flying and this could bring just the opportunity or at least the inspiration that you’ve been waiting for to break out of some old rut or try something new.
The vibrational essence of Walnut is evocative of the truth of several quotations that most are familiar with:
“All things Change, and We With Them”
“There is a Time and Place for Everything”
“When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going”
As Mars moves back into forward direction in Libra while Mercury slows down into Retrograde motion in Cancer, many people could use some assistance in the drastic transitioning from one state of being to another. The recent Grand Cardinal Squares have left many wondering if they are coming or going, where to, and how. This is where Walnut flower essence can serve as a gentle yet invaluable tool in coping with stressful life altering change and significant decisions to be made. Since Cancer, where Jupiter currently transits and Mercury will soon be transiting is such a reflective sign, Walnut can help us not to get so caught up in what…
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