Kaypacha: Astrology for the Soul March 16, 2022

(New Paradigm Astrology) Astrology for the Soul March 16, 2022 – Pele report, astrology forecast.

Astrology forecast March 16, 2022

OK, I did not mean to imply that the Sabian symbol is absolutely related to the infamous Klaus Schwab. There are quite a few bald men that could fill that role these days! However, he was the first one to come to mind, and I thought it ironical enough to mention in the report. So I will once more reiterate that regardless of who is orchestrating it and what their intentions are (as we know astrology says there are no accidents), we are on a roller coaster ride that may get a bit scary.

Rather than lay down and “take it,” suffering, obeying, and losing, the Sun going into Aries says to get up, stand up, and charge into the future. The Full Moon in Virgo says, “Yup! let’s get down to business!” and the Venus/Mars square Uranus says, “Get ready for ANYTHING!” So if you’re up for a challenge and want to test yourself, this is an excellent week to take the chance. And may the force be with you!

Song for this week

This week’s song is Night by Night! https://youtu.be/fvlT-DRJnw4

The mantra for this week

There’s two ways to go and I have to choose,
To be a victim or a knight,
I need to engage and focus my will,
In order to get it right.


About Kaypacha 

Kaypacha began studying astrology over 40 years ago. Since then, he has explored the synchronistic relationship between the cosmos and both earthly phenomena and our internal human experience of Self/Soul. His diverse background includes knowledge of Evolutionary, Shamanic, and Uranian Astrology, Cosmobiology, and Esoteric studies. He has been practicing and teaching Kundalini yoga for more than ten years and has combined his knowledge of the Sabian Symbols, Tarot, meditation, breathwork, and yoga to create his own unique, heart-centered astrological methods for healing and growth.

Source: New Paradigm Astrology

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