Have you noticed that everyone and everything seems to be breaking down to the foundations lately? That structures (both literal and figurative) are cracking and crumbling?
It has seemed this way to me for a while now. In my own life and in that of my friends and family, I have seen some serious rug-pulling-out-from-under and some big upheavals. Divorces, deaths, career shakeups, you name it. Of course these things are always present, but in this case I am noticing that the EFFECTS have been rattling people to the core. These events have been creating such havoc that the persons involved have been thrown into Major Overhaul mode.
Right now–and since 2012 actually–Uranus and Pluto have formed a square. They are literally at a right angle to each other, and in astrology terms this arrangement means friction. The Uranus in Aries and Pluto in Capricorn square can be interpreted to mean great shakeups and major transformations in both our personal AND our social structures.
First, Uranus in Aries represents big changes in the Self: Uranus means upheaval, and Aries means the individual. So that translates into big turnover in how we view ourselves and in what is REALLY important. Second, Pluto in Capricorn means transformation in authority figures and in society. And that translates to big changes in what we individuals want and expect from our leaders.
This square will last until 2015. My takeaway from this is that we should all be very careful and discriminating in what we want our new foundations to be. What about you? Have things been stripped down to the concrete slab for you? What will you use to re-build? What should our collective foundation be as a society? Can we build something that honors both the individual and the group?
Yes, I have been thinking of this. I call it restoration. For example, if a tree falls on a house and is repaired and restored, one might look at it and say, “It does not look like it did before but now I think it looks better.” If damage has been done and if we have a safe place for repair…. hopefully we come out stronger and better but still the same person.
Thank you Aimee!
A perfect analogy, Susan! Thanks! 🙂