When you discover your mission, you will feel its demand. It will fill you with enthusiasm and a burning desire to get to work on it.
W. Clement Stone
Here is the test to find whether your mission on earth is finished. If you're alive, it isn't.
If you love something, you set it free. With homing pigeons, that is absolutely the seminal step you take. One day, you watch them take off and disappear. Almost all of the time they come back. For a child, that is a pretty magical thing. It makes you a better person. Jim Jenner
February's full Moon is a lunar eclipse. Falling on February 9, it's influence is likely to be felt for several months to come. This is a very powerful eclipse in that Chiron, the Wounded Healer and the archetype of the stories we tell ourselves, is smack on the Sun on this lunar eclipse, which means that Chiron is exactly opposite the Moon. Neptune, just a few degrees on, is firmly in the mix, as well. The lunar and solar lights, representative of female and male energies, are tuning up for a healing and the messages we tell ourselves and others are the focal point of this eclipse, especially as the Sabian Symbol for the eclipse is Leo 22: A Carrier Pigeon Fulfilling its Mission.
The karmic condition of this eclipse is an interesting degree and maps the energy in the build-up as it's the degree that the Moon is on for a few hours immediately before exactitude. The Sabian Symbol is Leo 21: Intoxicated Chickens Dizzily Flap Their Wings Trying to Fly. This is a curious image and one that gives a warning not to let things get out of control, not to get into alcohol and drugs or get carried away at the expense of being able to move forward, get things done or finding a sense of inner (or outer) peace. The 'Chickens' in this Symbol have let a foreign element into their lives; they've taken on too much, trying to do too much, especially attempting those things outside of their abilities, talents or possibilities. However, there is something in this degree that deserves recognition - they are endeavoring to go beyond their boundaries, to reach for something above or beyond them. There is, of course, nothing wrong with this, it's just that being 'intoxicated' can lessen one's real influence or abilities, however, reaching for what's just beyond one's grasp can be a great thing, leading to a realization that one is not so 'earth-bound' or limited. The trick is to find equilibrium in amongst the enthusiasm and drive to reach beyond. Intoxication can be great, especially when it comes from music or love or a feeling of transcendence. Sometimes we need this emotion; we long for a sense of escape or ecstasy. Other times it can lead us astray, somewhat like a chicken that's just lost it's head.
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