Full Moon in Sagittarius, May 29th 7:21 AM PDT

Ballet costume design by Rudi Gernreich for Bella Lewitsky ballet & photo by Dan Esgro  #rudigernreich   #1976 ”  #repost  @tillyhazenberg

Ballet costume design by Rudi Gernreich for Bella Lewitsky ballet & photo by Dan Esgro #rudigernreich #1976” #repost@tillyhazenberg

Full Moon in Sagittarius, May 29th, 7:21 AM PDT // Dance in new territory. Surrender knowing, reference point, and safety. Let white sleeves and leg-born visions move you. Half-man and half horse, the archer-centaur strives we recognize the potential of awareness. Shoot an arrow into a target. Look. Does heart cleanse as you recognize pride or sorrow? See beyond self-centeredness; Sag-Gemini invites profound perception. Consider the unforgettable, “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye”. – The Little Prince. More, @thekellymaclean, reminded me of 8th century Padmasambhava’s teaching, “Vision as vast as sky and action as small as sesame seeds.” It suits beautifully the Sagittarius-Gemini axis. Practice awareness of speech and thoughts this next couple of weeks. The full moon shines light in darkness, and may expose righteousness, dogmatism, entitlement, or fear. Move with spirit, ride wind, and dissolve habituation. Sagittarius loves fully, consciously, and with playful abandon.

Let's write a song about the song of the birds:

Let's write a song about the song of the birds:

softly hear,

she sits in fertility 

adorning the mother godesss

goddess of love, 

goddess of mother, 

goddess of insight,


you ordinary bird 

that crosses the gray sky in every city scape across the wandering world. your tender heart evokes such sadness in me, I am not sure I can come to tea. 

oh pigeon 

your tender plee evokes such heartbreak in me, 

please tell me where is wisdom, 

where can i find her?

the astrology of me, where does she sit, waiting?

and how is the answer you're here. 

take me to her, and hold me gently 

while the light turns to gold. 


May 3, 2018 

Genevieve Sky 


Lovely Pigeon, by Anacreon (570 BC - 488 BC)

"Lovely pigeon, 

where, tell me where, do you fly from?

And why do you breathe out so much perfume, 

sprinkling it as you rush 

along in the air?

Who are you? What are you doing?

"Anacreon sent me

to his beloved boy, to Bathyllus, 

the one who now rules over all men, even over tyrants. 

The Cytherean one has sold me, 

receiving in exchange a little song;

but I, for Anacreon, 

perform so many services. 

Right now, as you see, 

I am conveying a letter of his. 

Yet he says that straightaway 

he will make me a free bird. 

But even if he lets me go, 

I will remain a slave at his side. 

Why should I fly away

into the hills, across the fields, 

just to perch in trees

and peck at some course fodder?

As for now, I dine on bread, 

eagerly snatching it from the hands 

of Anacreon himself; 

for drink he gives me

the wine which he tastes first, 

and drinking it down I dance with joy, 

and as my master strikes the lyre

I shade him with my wings. 

As he falls asleep, 

I slumber on the lyre itself. 
You have it all now - "

Anacreon, 570 BC - 488 BC