2018 June Celestial Timings

WILTSHIRE, ENGLAND – JUNE 21: Photo by Rufus Cox/Getty Images

I shared in the opening of the Timings I have been on a radical life altering journey. Hence the focus on understanding consciousness as part of the June Timings. Also why the June Timings are rich and light at the same time.

2018 June Celestial Timings PDF with Images

Articles Worth Revisiting

Here are some insights worth revisiting on Saturn in Capricorn as it entered Capricorn with the Sun on the December Solstice 2017 and the Sun is opposite Saturn June 27 in the Full Moon window https://cayelincastell.com/saturn-in-capricorn-from-2017-to-2020/

And the June Solstice Sun is Rising at the center point of the Sacred Hoop of Stars

Chiron in Aries Healing the Wounds of Injustice

Jupiter is Headed Back to Zubenelgenubi

Comments

  1. Dear Cayelin, Since you are exploring the subject of consciousness
    you may want o read the Dalai Lama’s book on the subject,

    How to See YOURSELF As You Really Are.

    It presents a logical analysis of the fact that all phenomena arise dependently, meaning they do not exist as independent , stand alone entities, that they are empty of a “self”,
    which exists only relatively (to other phenomena) not absolutely.

    Mind arises from consciousness i.e. our habitual tendencies, disturbing emotions and past actions (karma). Our consciousness follows us through our reincarnations.
    A human rebirth is so precious because it allows us to overcome all negative aspects in our consciousness by cultivating compassion and loving kindness towards others and “self”. This can take a single human lifetime or aeons. Enlightenment happens when we overcome our negativity and realize the empty nature of phenomena.

    Recall the opening line of the Emerald Tablets, paraphrasing here, ‘into the Void, came a thought…’ Are we “mindful” energy, as string theory suggests…is the Void where we are trying to return?

    Thank you for your work, it is invaluable. Ellie

    • Thank you Ellie, I appreciate your sharing. Cultivating Kindness and Compassion is a worthy and fulfilling practice! 🙂

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