Astrology by Mathilde

Deciphering the Stars


Staying open to life

                    ” We must continue to open in the face of tremendous opposition. No one is encouraging us to open and still we must peel away the layers of the heart.” This quote by Chogyam Trungpa Rimpoche, a tibetan buddhist master, really describes the affect of going through any of the astrological transits of the outer planets. The outer planets being […]

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Thomas Moore Quote

                              ” If there is any spark of imagination left in us, as we stand beneath the stars, trusting the emotions and intuitions that rise up in us, we can feel with bodily certainty that these birds of fire have an impact on human life, an influence that is undeniable.” Excerpt from The Re Enchantment of […]

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The Entelechy of us by Jean Houston

  “Entelechy is a word that Aristotle used to describe higher guidance and purpose. It is the entelechy of an acorn to be an oak, of a baby to be a grown up human being. Contact entelechy and all circuits are “go.” Tune to it and another order of perspective is at hand, one that comprehends the spatial and the temporal, that lifts the Earth of one’s seeing into another […]

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A beautiful quote from Jeff Foster

      “………It’s about coming alive. It’s about waking up to the grace inherent in every moment. It’s about unconditional friendliness and infinite kindness to yourself. It’s about making it safe, finally safe for all of those unloved, un-met, unseen waves of the ocean of yourself to crawl out of the depths, out of the darkness, out of the corners and holes and crevices of experience and come into […]

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Einstein Quote

“The most beautiful, most profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical. It is the power of all true science. To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty which our dull faculties can comprehend only in their most primitive forms. This knowledge, this feeling is at the centre of true religiousness”   ——–Einstein (1954)

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