Horoscope Readings Sedona AZ
11:11 Make a Wish!
Do you see 11:11 on the clock, on buildings, or in random places just when you’re having an epiphany?
Around the time that we began our official careers as astrologers, we noticed an odd trend. Often, we'd both glance at the clock at 11:11 and 1:11. Shortly thereafter, we had our first meeting with an editor at Teen People magazine (our first column). As we entered the building, lo and behold the address was 111 51st Street. We now have a column for Lifetime , and the company address: 111 Eighth Avenue, 11th floor! And on and on it went. We'd have a flash of inspiration and a bus would pass by, numbered 111.
We started meeting other astrologers and intuitives who told us they saw 11:11 all the time too. We had to do some research on this! Here's what we found:
Make A Wish at 11:11
Lightworkers & Earth Angels: A Call to Action
The Mayans & 2012
All About Cancer
All About Cancer
Cancer (June 21-July 22)
Sensitive Cancer is ruled by the ever-changing Moon, and your moods go through many cycles. You're intuitive and nurturing, even psychic. Pay attention to your dreams, especially near a Full Moon. You are sensitive and loyal, with a ready shoulder to cry on. Cancer loves to get domestic, serving your friends and family home-baked goodies and tea. When you get moody, you need to be comforted, or else just left alone. Like a crab, you can cling -- or pinch -- when you feel threatened or vulnerable. And thrifty Cancers can pinch pennies just as tightly. (Of course, you also love to spend! It's a mood thing.) To make life easier, surround yourself with comfort: a cozy sweater, a favorite book, trusted friends, and a stash of your favorite goodies. Cancers are close to their moms, so keep yours on speed-dial and call her when you're down. You may be an unofficial mom to everyone in your life, too. Taking care of kids, friends, and pets can keep your spirits high.
Symbol: The Crab
Ruling Planet: Moon--celestial body of moods and emotions
Body Part: Chest, stomach
Good Days: Helpful, patient, compassionate, nurturing, romantic, creative
Bad Days: Gossipy, clique-y, isolated, uncommunicative, hypersensitive, overly competitive
Favorite Things: Gourmet meals, intramural sports, hosting parties, working with kids, museums and art galleries
What they Hate: Tacky clothes, frozen dinners, public speaking, being rushed, paying full price
Secret wish: To take care of friends and family
How to Spot Them: Walking with their chests puffed out, round "moon-like" facial features
Where You'll Find Them: Shopping for antiques and rare finds, creating a masterpiece with a guitar or art supplies, listening to live bands, in the kitchen
Mercury Retrograde Explained
The most frustrating cosmic event explained.
Ever have a week when nobody understands you? Your cell phone erases itself, people argue over nonsense, traffic sucks, and your computer crashes as you're typing the last sentence of your Great American Novel. Flights are delayed or cancelled and your friends stand you up. Even if you're already a drama queen, this is just BEYOND.
Chances are, you're smack in the middle of Mercury retrograde.
Three or four times a year, Mercury passes the earth in its orbit. From a space-geek's telescope, this creates the illusion that Mercury is spinning backward. Mercury rules communication, travel, and technology -- so all of these areas go haywire for about three weeks. Fun!
So how not to have a nervous breakdown? Focus on the prefix re-, which means to go backward. Don’t start anything new. Review all your contracts before you sign. Renew your commitments, rather than making new ones. Prepare to repeat yourself often. It's like learning a new dance. Or something.
Note to all 21st-century dwellers: Mercury retrograde can crash electronic equipment. Back up your computer, calendar and cell phone address book. Expect delays if traveling, and pack a book to entertain yourself while you wait for the tardy bus or plane. Get in touch with old friends – and don’t be surprised if people from you past track you down. We've heard from the most RANDOM ex-boyfriends and childhood classmates during retrogrades. Mercury also rules contracts, so think before you ink. Either wrap up important negotiations before the cycle starts, or wait to sign documents until Mercury goes direct.
The silver lining? Mercury retrograde is a great opportunity to handle unfinished business. Most of us start a million things that we don’t complete, never realizing how much psychic clutter this creates. The retrograde is like a quarterly review, a chance to tie up those loose ends and create a clear vision for the future. Take advantage of it, and you’ll emerge fresh and ready when Mercury goes direct. As the cliche goes, what you resist persists. So the more you can embrace having zero control (and isn't control an illusion, anyhow?), the better you'll survive this cycle.
10 reasons to love (okay, love is a strong word) Mercury retrograde: