I finally completed my master’s degree.
(Nothing else to be done other than wait for my dissertation to be marked)
I am so happy to have managed it, but then, at the same time, it is also such a strange feeling. To finish something that you were dedicating your full attention and commitment for 4 years is bittersweet. On one hand the great feeling of accomplishment: you managed, you did it, after so many sleepless nights and stressing over deadlines and whatnots. But at the same time: what now? I feel a little empty…
Have you experienced anything like that before too?
It hasn’t even been a month since I submitted my thesis and I’m already feeling anxious with the need to be busy again. To have my sense of purpose validated by external activities.
And that leads me back to astrology.
Life is cyclic, seasonal. We breath in, breath out. Why do we so easily forget that and keep trying to ‘breath out’ all the time?
Back to astrology: new moon, transits to the IC, planets progressing into the twelfth house, progressed new moons, retrograde planets…
Life is also about resting, about quietly gestating or preparing the ground for a new phase.
Let there be balance. (a reminder to myself)
October is such an interesting month astrologically. Many planets still moving retrograde, with Mars in Gemini joining in the backwards motion soon, and the start of eclipse season. We are in a period for evaluation and creative envisioning. What would you like your life to look like? What direction do you want things to go?
I am here writing this to remind you (and myself) that these times of contraction and introspection are valuable and necessary for creation. The conception of an idea is as important as its execution.
I’ll be back soon with more, and I wish you all a great time of rest.
Welcome back, Fernanda!!
Thank you 🙂 it’s great to be back ✨, and really great to see you here!
Hello Fernanda many congratulations on all your achievements to date!! And thanks for that wise reminder. One of my many take-aways from the ten-year Neptune transit opposite all my 12th House planets, when I had to retreat and rest in order to recover from burnout was this: doing nothing is NOT doing nothing…very zen, and very true. Try and enjoy a bit of fallow time after all your efforts…Blessings Anne x