In this post I’d like to talk about a transit that I’m currently experiencing, and which started in 2018. I feel I gathered sufficient personal experience in the last two years, to share with you now how having Uranus transiting my natal Mars feels like – this is not an easy transit and I feel … More Uranus Transiting Natal Mars: Lightning Bolts of Energy!
I recently got the chance to review Debra Silverman’s ‘The Missing Element’. And I need to say how much I loved reading this book! Deborah has been a person I used to learn astrology from a while ago (before astrology became popular on Youtube, in the dawn of the Pluto in Sagittarius era). I remember … More The Key to Astrological Compassion? It’s ‘Elemental’, my dear
When we think of change, we are often frightened by the perspective ahead. Those who are astrology-savy usually think of Saturn and Pluto and pain or upheaval. We imagine that what will come in our lives will be swift, irreparable and dramatic, in order to get us to change our habits, leave toxic places and … More Let Your Jupiter Lead the Way!
From an everyday annoyance to meeting the Shadow Self I love my cat, and sometimes I hate my cat. She is the cutest thing I have ever seen, but she also drives me up the walls. For the past couple of days Luna has been trespassing the only rule I have for her – not … More Your Pet, Your Pattern of Nurturing
I have just met you 2021, and I am in love with you! It was love at first light, as I woke up from my champagne hangover to greet you in full sunlight. Even if it’s strange to experience such a warm winter and it concerns me that we are taking global warming to a … More My Love Letter to you, dear 2021
(…) but I needed that first night to be alone. I needed to be alone so that he could come back. This was the beginning of my year of magical thinking Didion, p. 33 2020 was a deeply humbling year, because we all had to deal with loss in some form (even if this was … More On Loss and Losing in 2020
Who was Baba Dochia? The playful bringer of Spring, the wise witch who manipulates the weather, and cheekily blesses us either with warm sunlit skies or sudden flukes of snow, Baba Dochia is a mythical female figure that is celebrated each year in March in Romania. Not she is not the equivalent of Baba Yaga, … More Romanian Divine Feminines: Baba Dochia, Sânzianele and Drăgaica
Here’s a slightly different but much-requested post: a playlist! Recently on my Youtube channel ‘The Spiritual Social’, I asked you all to take part in a free tarot give-away by commenting on my latest video and mentioning a favourite song that gets you in a sexy/ raunchy/ romantic mood: I was overwhelmed by how many … More Your Sexy / Sultry / Smutty Mood Playlist
I wish I could say I loved this book. Instead as I was cascading down its easy-to-read content, I was thinking most of the time that ‘this is a pretty superficial text’. I must admit the best thing about the book were the list of affirmations that would accompany some chapters and the honesty displayed … More Reading ‘You were not born to suffer’ by Blake D. Bauer and Reflecting on Self-love and Suffering
It’s easy to say I couldn’t put this book down. It’s harder however to deal with its topic: the sudden loss of a loved one. This is why it took me some time to write about my experience of reading it. The book begins with the dramatic account of how the author, Barron Steffen, found … More Reading ‘The Final Gift of the Beloved’ by Barron Steffen & Reflecting on the Loss of Love