Soular Rhythms

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Soular Rhythms 
 

You with the Stars in your Skies
You are the Eyes of the Universe
The Universe Evolves Through You! 

Take time in your busy week to reflect on your
 inner rhythms of yourself and your life.

At OK In Health we focus on integrative care and paying attention to our daily lives. By stopping once a month, to reflect on the message of Soular Rhythms it gives us time to evaluate our month, our goals for that month, and also to embrace what is most important to us. Reflecting on these words helps us set the intent for what we wish for, what we need for the month, and helping us live a balanced life.

OK In Health's Soular Rhythms column managed by Michael O’Connor.

 

             

            

Astrolger/Numerologist and a popular columnist, lecturer, presenter and workshop facilitator, Michael brings enthusiasm, passion and a wealth of knowledge. Catering to an international clientele Michael is dedicated to assisting people to be more self aware, in-tune, authentic, healthy, professionally satisfied, happy and successful. Able to address a wide range of questions and concerns, a Reading with Michael makes for a satisfying and self-empowering investment. He has an excellent understanding of your relationships, health, career, changes and core nature. Gain a deeper self-awareness and attunement to the natural cycles in your life. Michael provides personal Readings for individuals and couples, workshops and lectures, and frequently travels throughout the northwest.
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June 2017

Tip of the Month: A lot can happen over the course of a month, astrologically. This is especially true regarding the near planets, which include Mercury, Mars, and Venus and, although technically called “Luminaries”, the Sun and Moon too. The Sun enters Cancer marking Summer Solstice on June 20 at 9:24 pm PDT. Mercury enters Gemini June 6 and then Cancer on June 21. Venus enters Taurus also on June 6. Mars enters Cancer June 4th. Jupiter turns Direct after 4 months of Retrograde. So, the first week of June features a lot of activity. Watch for synchronicities. Your Horoscope below provides the gist.

Aries (Mar. 21-Apr. 19): High energy levels and a steady focus support your goals this month. Building and renovating are featured. Whether it is your home, website, relationship…your call. Innovation and investments are featured. Measure twice…

Taurus (Apr. 20-May 20): Many projects, fronts and/or streams are keeping you busy. Creative expressions are inspired by beauty and intelligence. You are in the mood to get your hands dirty. Pay attention to the details, but don’t get lost in them.

Gemini (May 21-June 20): You are ready to get back to work. You feel industrious and want to things done. Meanwhile, family affairs are highlighted. You want to love and be loved, forgive and be forgiven. This may require extra effort. Don’t expect the same from others.

Cancer (June 21-July 22): Fresh starts require a tactical approach. Stepping back early on to reflect and think things through first is likely and wise. Yet impatience will push you to act, but could also press buttons in others. Find time to play with your friends too.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): A steady process of acquiring new skills and tools continues. Increasing your options and odds on career fronts is featured. Your work focus is directed inward and it will deepen yet. Clean-up inherited or learned, limiting patterns.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sep. 22): Breaking through barriers continues. Whether they are social, political, psychological or financial, you are determined to succeed. This breakthrough may lead to new territory and then what? One victory at a time and one after the other.

Libra (Sep. 23-Oct. 22): You are in an adventurous mood. This can include actually going to new places or, at least, intellectual exploring. But it is leading somewhere and it looks like increased personal power. The time is right to take risks. Weave wisdom with knowledge.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): A rather deep soul-searching process continues as June begins. It may well even extend a few weeks. You will begin digging deeper soon into the month. What you are after is your creative wellspring. Ask: How can I do what I love, for love.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Balancing your working life with your social life is important now. Early on, work takes the lead. Social comes back quickly and even the score. Ambition kicks in and works to resume the lead. Social fights back hard, but odds are against it will win, but it will be close.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Paying attention to the details is a central theme now. It can be described as taking a sober look at things. The question is one of balance. Do you work too much or too little? The love of money is contending with the love of luxury.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): A playful cycle is underway. It involves entertaining new ideas, concepts, and perspectives. The focus will shift to work and hobbies close to home. Frivolity is fun but creative self-expression will bring joy and a sense of achievement.

Pisces (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): The momentum in your public and professional life is building, steadily. You will be eager to get into the game again very soon. Entertaining new ways to make money is featured and could lead to innovations and/or investments.

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