Sun [in Pisces] trine Moon [in Cancer]
Moon [in Cancer] opposite Pluto/Ceres [in Capricorn]
Moon [in Cancer] trine Chiron [in Pisces]
Moon [in Cancer] square Venus/Uranus [in Aries], North Node [in Libra]
Moon [in Cancer] inconjunct Mercury/Vesta [in Aquarius
Moon [in Cancer] semi-sextile Jupiter [in Leo]
On one hand it’s easy to drift away into a comfortable daydream of warm blankets and body heat. On the other hand, the possibility of having it all snatched away is an ever present threat. There is a part of you that would love to grow attached to something or someone that feels like home, but you remember all to well how it ended last time.
Without realizing it, you may sabotage a good thing by unconsciously creating disruptive situations and instigating conflicts. Yes, it’s true that death is an inevitable part of life, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the moment as it is. Everything – good, bad, and in between – is impermanent. The sooner you accept that, the easier life will be. Just because it satisfies you today doesn’t meant it will get you off tomorrow, but then again… why should it?
If you’re struggling today from separation anxiety, or even the mere suggestion of letting go, maybe it’s time for you to change your approach to possession. Take a moment to reflect on the fears and fatalistic thought patterns that get in the way of your emotional easiness, intimacy, and sense of “ownership”. If you worry frequently about your stuff being stolen or if it actually happens, you obviously have a lesson to learn about material security. Examining the root of your attachment is the key to resolving issues of dependency. Liberating yourself from the maddeningly futile resistance of nature’s inevitability by repeating the mantra “Every end is a new beginning.”