Neptune-Mercury Transits

Neptune has a dissoluting quality to it. When it comes into contact with a Mercury in a fixed sign or when it's in especially a hard aspect with Saturn, I visualise Neptune dissolving the fixed thoughts and mental patterns of the person. So that the person's thought patterns are less rigid so that they can … Continue reading Neptune-Mercury Transits


Pluto-Venus Transit

Note: This post focuses on relationships. Pluto uncovers what is buried. Venus represents love, relationship, aesthetic taste or even art, among many other significators (e.g. female characters, beauty, beauty things). So a Pluto-Venus transit may uncover what has been buried in a relationship, especially any sources of unhappiness that relates to the relationship. Uncovering of … Continue reading Pluto-Venus Transit

The Link Between Qigong & Astrology

Qi means life-force, air while Gong means work, skill. That reminds me of Sun-Saturn. Perhaps practising qi gong is like what happens during a Saturn-Sun transit.  Based on my limited experiences with qi gong, I find this ancient art tough - it requires discipline and effort. It's not the most intuitive and comfortable thing to … Continue reading The Link Between Qigong & Astrology

Uranus Opposite Uranus

Uranus represents freedom, radical changes, speed, distance, etc. But what does it represent within a person? It's an outer or generational planet that speaks of and describes the masses, so what's its place in an individual? I suppose if Uranus isn't connected to a personal planet, an individual wouldn't be too accustomed to its energy. … Continue reading Uranus Opposite Uranus