With Pluto in Capricorn making a challenging relationship to Uranus now in Aries, radical transformation of structures in our culture is well underway. We continue collectively to flush out the toxicity in all systems and institutions, exposing corruption and the truth of what has been going on within our outmoded financial, government and organisation models.
Think of the Arab uprisings, the collapse of the Banking system, the social and financial issues beleaguering Greece, Spain and Portugal and more domestically the scandal at the BBC.
With these amazing collective transits there is a real sense of the radical imperative for transformation both globally and personally. All ecologies need to make a shift.
We are embarking on a massive collective “clear out” about how things are, increasing social consciousness from Me to We.
We are realising that we can each of us make a difference, mobilise our energies, frustrations, shared values and concerns to make significant changes within seemingly immovable systems and organisations.
Old habits die hard, be they collective or personal. So it’s worth reminding ourselves of a few key questions.
1. Where are the things in our personal lives that need changing?
2. What key shifts have to be made?
3. What is no longer sustainable or viable in your world?
4. What are your personal imperatives for 2013 and beyond?
In a nutshell, where do you have to take courage into your own hands and simply leap forward?
Whether it is an outmoded attitude, job, relationship or beliefs about yourself and the roles you play every day, then the message is increasingly to be responsible and accountable for the life you want to live now, because the future is now and it is created moment by moment with the choices and decisions you make.
This is frontier time, each of us trekking into unknown territory, and transforming this terrain is required if we are not just merely surviving but flourishing.
Risk a little more, don’t play it so safe, life does feel a little more dangerous when we are a bit vulnerable.
Don’t be fearful of not knowing the outcome. Instead trust the process as you take each step, clearing your new path and forging your way ahead.