"You think you’ve flown before, but you ain’t left the ground."
-- Frank Sinatra
That’s right baby, it's that time of year again when the sky's the limit, the best IS yet to come -- and won't it be fine! The new Moon in Sagittarius on December 2 is overflowing with abundance, optimism and the need to free yourself from any limiting beliefs, relationships or other rusty attachments. Sag is all about the open road, the friendly skies, the wisdom and the killer sense of cut-to-the-chase humor.
This new Moon is sure to unleash your inner gypsy (cue "Free Bird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd). It's like our wild sides are finally ready to surge out of the gates, raring to blaze new territory with maximum horsepower (pun intended). We've wallowed, dwelled and lingered in our emotional depths long enough! Now the new Moon is asking us for the big dreams, the great expanse, the true gamble. How can we truly break on through to the other side as Sagittarian sage, Jim Morrison, would ask?
Sagittarian energy is sassy, fiery and to the point. Archers know exactly what they want and use their boundless positivity and enthusiasm to get it. There's a miraculous energy to this lucky new Moon -- so don't miss it. Sagittarius is lucky to begin with, but now that the ruling planet (Jupiter) is exalted it's like an astrological jackpot after two months of serious swamplands.
We're ready for some inspirational fire and the feeling that anything's possible if we have the guts to believe it. Sagittarius is the sign that sees the glass as half full, even if it's actually two-thirds empty. Can you muster this kind of radical faith in what has not yet manifested? Sagittarius is also the sign of alchemy, asking us to turn the dross into something as gorgeous and miraculous as a rainbow (another Sag symbol).
Use this new Moon to aim high, wish big and believe unconditionally that dreams can and will come true if you refuse to believe otherwise. That might sound like a tall, Polly-Anna-worthy platitude, but try it under this new Moon and see if something outrageously fabulous doesn't come to fruition in the next six months! Dare ya!