Mercury Retrograde, a phrase that can cause increased anxiety and fear in a wide variety of people.
Miscommunication, bad travels, accidents, difficulty with electronics-- all of it within the domain of Mercury himself, and all of it turning a bit "screwy" when he goes "on vacation" or "to the Underworld (he is a Psychopomp after all)."
However, I've learned that the above-mentioned mishaps don't last too long, and certainly not the entire 3-week duration of His Retrograde phase. After about 3-4 days, things begin to settle down, and Mercury (and other Spirits) are able to help humans with "Re-Writing" and "Re-Editing" different life experiences, energetic connections, PTSD, karmic links, etc.
I've had some interesting and powerful healing appointments with clients during this time. Traumatic life experiences have been better healed, painful ties to past relationships have been remediated, and enmeshed Souls have been given healthier boundaries. Some clients have been able to help heal the Ancestral Line of their families, and other clients have been able to facilitate healing to the Egregore of the "Healthy & Powerful Woman" (these healings help undo the damages of the angry/scared/embittered Patriarchy, and help return Balance to the interactions between all genders).
I am not an Astrologer, but I have loved reading different blog articles about the particular Mercury Retrograde during this month of October. Here's a link to my favorite: Emotional Thoughts about Mercury Retrograde.
The Retrograde period ends this Saturday (October 25th). Let's work together to help heal recurring traumatic thoughts, entangled relationships, and family issues. Please email me for an appointment.
Last week, I was a guest on the Body & Soul Awareness Radio Show , and the hosts and I discussed the technique of Cord Cutting. While ...
This is the hardest blog article I've ever had to write. My psychiatric client, of whom I've written of before , died. In fact, sh...
Happy Samhain-tide greetings to you all, Last month was a doozy ; my roommate and I lost her sweet doggie Tater, and it was devastating. Th...