13* Sagittarius New Moon

13* Sagittarius New Moon

By Tara Sutphen


 13* Sagittarius New Moon (no moon – starry dark sky, the time of dreaming), culminating December 5, 2010. This Sagittarius New Moon is about stepping up to be a willing participant in your environment. Be it the home front or your community. What would you like to study or acquire. Every time you step out the front door you are given an opportunity to meet wonderful, sincere people and construct healthy, wholesome learning experiences. Have you become numb to the favorable circumstances that await you. There are choices. How we construct our time and how we treat people. You can be thoughtful. Even if you are on a time crunch, you can be kind, assert and speak comfortably, acting in tune with your intentions. We don’t always have time for friendly but we have time to be perceptive and gracious. If your day is spent in road rage, anxiety and churning worry, how will that help you design the life you want to live. Not all days come out smelling like roses, to be responsible we do have to actively handle day to day problems, and it’s important to have goals to pursue.

There is a bigger picture of your life without the nitpicking, doubt and self criticism. Nothing gets done until we leave complaints and disparaging behavior behind. If you think about it, we decorate our minds, our hearts, our bodies, our homes and careers. Some of us work hard at our anima, and we need to stay connected to actualizing a persona. We can garnish and adorn ourselves, and also know it’s important to access what is enriching. Who are you, the embellished you or the real you. What needs to be polished, inside the self, such as working on your sincerity, hopefulness, and trust or finding the outside self, improving your friendships, romance, and academic skills. What attributes are you reworking,” the inside you”, “the outside you” or “the issues you’ve come to think are you”. Let’s act toward alleviating fears, instead of collecting more by the day. You can give yourself some words and energy support to overcome some of your stress, therapies such as hypnosis, meditation, massages, hugs from our loved ones, or maybe a good inner dialogue of clear reasoning can help. No holding on to what holds you back. If you want friends you must reach out to be a friend. If you want love, you must reach out for love. If you want wisdom, you must stretch your mind, be questioning, listen and consider. If you want to achieve, you must be purposeful. If you want great health, you must begin. If you want life, you must live. There is no absoluteness in our reality, though it is malleable.

Journal Questions:

Are you an Introvert or Extrovert?

Describe yourself in 7-10 sentences

  • List all your introverted qualities
  • List all your extroverted qualities
  • Where are you shy
  • Where do you lack boundaries
  • What must you change
  • What are you good at
  • How do others perceive you
  • Are you outgoing
  • Are you easygoing
  • Are you helpful
  • Are you generous
  • Are you criticizing
  • Are you fearful
  • Do you make hasty decisions
  • Are you spontaneous
  • Are you reckless
  • Are you careful
  • Are you too cautious
  • What activities do you like
  • What activities do you love
  • Do you do them often
  • What holds you back if not
  • Are you obsessive
  • Are you learning and growing
  • Are you conscious of others feelings
  • Are you relating well with relatives
  • Are you relating well with friends
  • Are you relating well in your environment
  • Are you relating well with others in the world
  • How do you feel about your home
  • How do you feel about your environment
  • How do you feel about the world
  • Where can you improve
  • Do you have the energy to actively live life to the fullest
  • What are the remedies

What do you abhor in others behavior?

Do you do any of these?

  • Short attention span
  • Hard time acknowledging others
  • Interrupts in a conversation
  • Changes subject in flow of conversation
  • Becomes overwhelmed
  • Distracted easily
  • Disorganized mentally
  • Disorganized physically

Are you well balanced in your social skills?

Write 3-5 sentences for each

  • Do you put on a fake mask when you walk out the door of your house
  • Are you provincial
  • Charitable
  • Humane
  • Wise
  • polite

Social events and activities

Write 7-10 sentences on how you feel, how you act, and what you would like to change

When are you true to your self?


  • At home
  • At work
  • On the social scene

Are you feeling you are only with pets and no longer react with humans?

Write 7-10 sentences on what is wrong with humans

Do you like pets and children?

Write 7-10 sentences on the attributes and qualities you enjoy or dislike

Do you being an adult?

Write 7-10 sentences on why or why not you like being an adult

Write 3-5 sentences on each subject

  • Philosophy
  • Sociology
  • Events
  • Remarks
  • People
  • Friends
  • Politics
  • Fears
  • Happiness
  • Worries
  • Nature
  • Hobbies
  • Children
  • World events
  • Solutions of problems
  • Goals
  • Money
  • Shopping
  • Helpfulness
  • Relatives
  • Spouse
  • Lovers
  • Household chores
  • Home owning
  • Renting
  • Job
  • Career
  • Plans
  • Vacations
  • Nutrition
  • Socializing
  • Parties
  • Destinations

What would you like to learn or study?

Interacting with others and our environment, we should always remind ourselves we shouldn’t have regrets. If it wasn’t how we wanted to spend our time then to be honest but move ourselves out of situations that aren’t serving us. It isn’t to be rash with others feelings or our own, find balance. We don’t always get what we want, and we must know on some level that we want the very best or to learn a lesson so that we don’t have to repeat it again. We are not always in sync with others or their destiny. Actually we are in accord with very few people, but we empathize with many.


“Why, except as a means of livelihood, a man should desire to act on the stage when he has the whole world to act in, is not clear to me.” ~George Bernard Shaw (Irish literary Critic, Playwright and Essayist. 1925 Nobel Prize for Literature, 1856-1950)







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