Admelog (March 24, 2022)
It had to happen sooner or later, since up until now I only had a slow acting insulin (Levemir) taken just before bedtime. But why now?
As chance would have it, I watched a YouTube video by a fellow astrologer (Ellie Adams) yesterday, and she was explaining how transiting Chiron can effect a healing (after an initial and sometimes painful disruption) when it passes the major angles in the birth chart (Ascendant, Decendant, the IC and the Midheaven). This can be especially difficult if those major angles are conjunct a planet or one of the Moon’s Nodes. A light bulb went off in my head: of course… Chiron transiting my North Node in Aries, again.
Chiron does not show up on my charts. It is only listed as part of the asteroid placements (just below the chart on the right side). I’ve picked this day (February 18, 2022) because my blood sugar levels were ‘slightly’ elevated for three days prior to this date and for three days after, with this day being the calm in the eye of the hurricane. Within five weeks, these numbers went through the proverbial roof.
The reason I think it’s significant is that transiting Chiron (@ 10° Aries 01′) was about to touch my North Node, conjunct the IC, while opposing my Mars/South Node/Midheaven conjunction in Libra..
Transiting Chiron Conjunct Natal True Lunar Node
This is a powerful time to learn, grow and expand in new directions. Past wounds and trauma may fuel a desire to seek greater wisdom or new perspective. There will be opportunities to gain clarity regarding your purpose and destiny as it relates to your past wounds as well [as] now.
Any frustrations or friction arising now is an indicator that you have strayed from your path as a healer or guide to others. Your unique purpose may stand out to you now and past hardships or difficulty accepting your unique journey will be understood in a new light.
You may be connected with others that need to learn from your experiences and wisdom now as well. Be open to sharing your path to healing with those your encounter.
Right. Well, that’s me told…
It’s time to follow the lead of my children and take the pledge: to never drink alcohol, ever again. Amen.