WHAT DOES SUPERMOON MEAN?
Actually the phrase "SuperMoon" was created by an astrologer and later picked up by the scientific community. Since all Full Moons seem to increase our emotions then the SuperMoon has a bigger impact on our feelings. That would explain why so many people have felt overly sensitive or that their emotions seem to be on a roller coaster ride...up one minute, down the next. My advice to people who are feeling these shifts in emotions is to take it one day at a time and to just flow with it.
FULL MOON IN PISCES
Pisces is the last sign in the Zodiac and the keywords are "I Believe". Pisces is also the sign that rules Black people. At least that's what I learned when studying astrology with Kanya KeKhumba at Hunter University back in the late 60's. When Kanya laid out his theory as to why the Black race in America was ruled by Pisces it made sense to me and I've lectured on the theory and have a book in draft on the subject. Pisces is the sign that is ruled by two planets...Jupiter, planet of expansion and Neptune, planet of spirituality. I can remember Kanya saying that Black people are escapists in nature, either getting high on drugs or alcohol or getting high on Jesus. Either way it was an attempt to excape the harsh cruel realities of life. Whether you accept this theory or not doesn't matter. However when the Full Moon is in Pisces just look into your own life and observe the things you do to escape from the everyday grind. For some it would be emotional eating, or listening to your favorite songs, for others it could be sex or football, or tennis (my great escape). Even though I had plenty of things to do yesterday when the Moon first entered Pisces, I vegged out in front of the television waiting for the Women's Final at the US Open, to see whether Serena could accomplish her 3rd win in a row. I didn't take telephone calls, and became completely annoyed when a neighbor rang my doorbell. "what does she want" I grumbled to myself, "doesn't she know the Women's finals are on?" It was also interesting to note that Serena, who breezed through her match was more emotional than ever when she won. Being an astrologer and knowing the Moon was entering Pisces, I understood. When her opponent jokingly said "you'll have to pay for drinks", I thought to myself "yes go out and party, but don't over do it. Because with the Moon in Pisces it's important to do everything in moderation. Congratlulations Serena for winning yo
your 18th Grand Slam and catching up to the other women who've achieved that goal
BACK TO THE REAL WORLD
Yes, the Full Moon, SuperMoon in Pisces is upon us. You may feel more lethargic than ever and your imagination might be working over time. We called out for dinner yesterday because no one felt like cooking or getting dressed to go out and eat. We blamed it on the Moon in Pisces, knowing that this too shall pass. July and August were high emotional times with the news about police brutality, people marching and upset, funerals and more funerals. So September is a good month to come back to center, to focus on goals and to start getting ready for the winter, which the Farmer's Almanac promises will be worse than last year's. How could it get any worse, was my complaint. Just thinking of the ice in the parking lot and on my car windows was enough to make me shudder. February of last year I was ready to pack up and move to a warmer climate. But I made it through with two gallons of de-icer, my boots, gloves and winter jacket. The thought came to me that even though the Farmer's Almanac is usually right, they could be wrong this time. Or was that just wishful thinking? Either way, if we made it through last year's winter, we'll get through this one. For one thing let's just enjoy the present moment and stop worrying about the future. A wise person said we create our future in the present. What we're thinking about now is creating our future. So I'm thinking about swimming laps in a warm pool. Taking a shower in peppermint soap, and putting shea butter all over my body afterwards. It's all good and it is all right. Love and sweet blessings, Ayesha