I AM AN ETERNAL FLAME, BABY!
Scorpio season teaches us that we cannot keep carrying everything that has ever mattered to us and expect to still have energy for new growth — sometimes we have to let things go, or acknowledge what has already gone, before we can truly transform.
If Strength and Leo season was about finding fiery confidence in the face that we show to the world, Virgo and the Hermit ask us to shine that brilliant light inward, to recognize all that we are and all that we are capable of becoming. What have you been hiding from yourself?
Why do we talk about care as a scarcity model? How do you live with ~the void~? How do we adjust to changing language for identity and in movements? Is America going to end in 2024? All this and more!
Chani Nicholas, Canadian-born Astrologer and New York Times best selling author of You Were Born For This: Astrology for Radical Acceptance, chats with Jackie about her Spotify Cosmic Playlists, healing justice and much more.
Even if you feel utterly discouraged, Leo season brings an opportunity to take pride in the things we do well, the unique aspects of ourselves that bring pleasure and satisfaction. What sets you apart? What gives you purpose? What are you fighting for?
With another eclipse and Saturn moving back into Capricorn, we’ve got some work to do this month.
In this season of Cancer, we learn to open our hearts in specific, calculated, careful ways, allowing others to see our joy and our hope, our dreams, our ambitions. How can you balance stillness and movement, make space for growth as well as stability? Where are you evolving, transforming? What are you pursuing?
June brings us restlessness, urgency, and no easy answers. Let the eclipses break you open so you can be more whole.
When we fully embrace the energy and intention of The Lovers and Gemini, we can honor our wants and needs without feeling selfish, can make space for our desires without feeling greedy, can recognize just how important our dreams really are and go after them without hesitating. What have you learned to love about yourself?
It may be tempting to cling to familiar habits and routines, to find comfort in the ways we’ve always done things — but don’t be afraid to adapt, to learn, to grow. We have an opportunity, both with this challenging pandemic and this new season of Taurus, to find creative solutions and new ways to work, play, and rest.
When Saturn moved into Aquarius on March 21, society began to look to the future and collective ways of thinking and living.
Ambitious and bold, this is an opportunity to take on new challenges, to see things through our most optimistic lens. When have you been holding back? Where have you been afraid to voice your desires, your ambitions, your deepest wants? What the hell is stopping you from going after what you want?
In a year full of pressure, February brings some cosmic sweetness that can help heal or hearts—or encourage escapism.
Chani Nicholas’ debut astrology guide slash workbook gives you the keys to better understand yourself, if you are ready to commit to it.
After this recent season of focused movement and intensive structure, Aquarius invites us to expand our vision of what’s possible, to let our imaginations take over, to consider what kind of future we want to build not only for ourselves, but for the world we inhabit. Where Capricorn helped us to stay grounded, Aquarius demands that we soar.
For those who believe in it, astrology can be a powerful tool for introspection and self-knowledge — or you can use it to talk shit about your ex and obsess over your crush. Journey with us as we do both, and then head to the comments to live your truth.
New year, new decade, and the most dramatic astrology of our lives. Buckle up and get ready to get real.
A sign of cardinal earth that is usually associated with drive, organization, and goal-setting, Capricorn season can be both busy and prosperous, a time for focusing intentions, setting strong boundaries, and clarifying our ambitions for the new calendar year.
“As a Scorpio that has dated other Scorpios, I can state definitively that we are excellent at sex and secrets and not always great at other parts of relationships.”