Join us for a repatterning to align with the best of Mercury Retrograde Monday September 29th at 6:30pm Eastern (Via Video Conferencing) Register Here…
WELCOME!We are keeping tabs on the trickster planet and creating coherence for moving through the retrogrades with grace and ease. It's not always easy as those stung by Mercury can atest. We hope the information you find here will help you to get the most out of Mercury Retrograde.
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Tag Archives: Mercury
Mercury sextile Uranus
It’s most likely a brilliant idea. It doesn’t matter who owns it as much as who is willing to develop it and offer it to a larger group who can make it happen.
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Mercury enters Aquarius
Information will become more and more available as Mercury travels through Aquarius.
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The Shadow Knows…
A lovely day here in Toronto, not too hot, brisk yet warm under a sunny sky. Still there is something afoot. A friend gave me the location of a marvelous Asian grocery story, hidden from view and used largely … Continue reading
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Flavor of Mercury retrograde December 29 – January 18th
Having Mercury stationing retrograde as we step into the New Year is a reminder that life is full of paradox and ambiguity: the very stuff of human life. Who doesn’t love a good mystery? Last year we started off with … Continue reading →