Wel­come the eclipse

Sunday Herald Sun - Body and Soul - - B+S ASTROLOGY - WITH YAS­MIN BOLAND

Here we are in the mid­dle of the year. Have you man­aged to ac­com­plish what you had hoped?

If life got in your way, this week’s new-Moon eclipse can get things back on track if they’ve veered off course.

In an­cient times, peo­ple feared eclipses. The skies went dark, dogs howled and peo­ple blamed them for neg­a­tive events.

These days, we are much more en­light­ened, aren’t we? We know eclipses are noth­ing to fear, don’t we?

Eclipses are a time to fo­cus on the parts of our lives where we’re too com­fort­able and con­sider the fu­ture we know awaits us if we have the guts.

It all sounds dra­matic – and it can be! If you’re cling­ing to some­thing which is ob­vi­ously not right for you, eclipse sea­son is when cir­cum­stances seem to force our hand to let go.

Re­mem­ber, we cre­ate our re­al­ity with our thoughts and emo­tions. If you’re trapped in a bad re­la­tion­ship, your thoughts and emo­tions will fo­cus on mak­ing a bet­ter life. The eclipse sea­son of­fers a sort of astrological por­tal into a new re­al­ity. Do you dare go through?

The eclipse, not vis­i­ble in Aus­tralia, takes place on June 2 at 7.02am, so re­mem­ber to make a wish.


Find out how this week’s new-Moon eclipse af­fects you in Yas­min’s blog at bodyand­soul.com.au

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