WELCOME BACK DUSTY TRAVELERS! I seem to be saying this a lot lately but...wow.  Times are tough and we are incredibly soft, which is why it would be a good idea to treat everyone with extreme tenderness as we navigate the upcoming eclipse in sensitive Pisces.  This ocean is deep! Do you have some sort of receptacle for collecting your dreams?  They tend to get more vivid during Pisces season.   


If you are going to...not San Francisco, but New York, be sure to wear...whatever you want and stop by the amazing Dimes!  A brand new Tarotscopes horoscope is now located on the back of their menu!  It will change monthly so consider making a monthly pit stop for food and fortunes.

As always, please don't hesitate to contact me for an appointment if you have any burning questions, spiritual, metaphysical or metaphorical knots to untangle.  


pisces eclipse, loose lips, sailing ships, offering tips, short trips, potato chips, skinny dips, back flips, paper clips, deep clean, gems to glean, heard and seen, don't be mean, on the same team, coffee add cream, fire plus water makes steam, toes pointed downstream, moonbeam, stars above, all my love,


Without further ado! The card for the ECLIPSE, pulled from Amy von Harrington’s deck


 At some point in the past few weeks I started missing messages.  “It’s so crazy! I’m only getting about a third of my messages!” I told an employee at the T-mobile store.  The look on his face made it quite clear that this did not strike him as “crazy.”  He waved his hand over the screen and revealed a window on my phone with the words- Availability- 0 bytes.  “You’re just out of memory,” he smirked.  “Delete your pictures and old texts and your phone should start functioning normally again.” Silently, stubbornly to his smirk I thought, “And I’m out of memory for technical information like this, so I will see you again next month when I’m having the same issue.”  But given the current astrological weather, chances are I won’t need his help next month, chances are I will have let go of my resistance to absorbing tedious information about my phone. 

Over the past few weeks I’ve observed this feeling surfacing periodically like a stone in my chest.  It appears mostly when someone is attempting to make a helpful suggestion.  “No,” It says definitively.  Fortunately, I’ve come to manage myself as if I were a team and not just one person, so the word doesn’t escape my lips.  Another voice intercepts it and says, “Move over, make room for possibility.”  This voice pushes the boulder like a wave and it loosens its hold on my opinion.  

The card I’ve pulled for the upcoming Eclipse is the Hanged Man.  Most eclipses are about letting go, but this eclipse (and this card), seems to underline, highlight and embolden its message several times over.  Typically eclipses don’t ask permission before they clear your plate and this one may feel particularly hasty.  Pisces is the sign of the unconscious and so what is eclipsed could be some sort of a security blanket we weren’t entirely aware we were griping until we are left with an empty fist.  

“But how do you even know if you are holding on?” a client recently asked.  “I don’t know,” I empathized, “I imagine it feels like marching upstream.”  The problem with letting go for people like myself and my client is that charging the current can feel quite natural.  The benefit of an eclipse is that it often reveals, at times in very dramatic ways, which way the river flows.        

We will have to wait and see, but I am optimistic that what we stand to gain from this bi-annual cleanse is much needed space- memory for receiving messages.   

(Hello- Lydia Lee )