[VIDEO] Lunar Eclipse in Leo: Ceres Stories

[VIDEO] Lunar Eclipse in Leo: Ceres Stories

The total Lunar Eclipse in Leo occurs January 31st, 2018 at 11°37’ of Leo.

If you are new or new-ish to astrology, this post is a good place to start for generating your birth chart. You can find out more about how to work with Eclipses here and take the best Moon class ever here.

Lunar Eclipse in Leo, January 2018 // Ceres Stories

Guys, I’m late on the draw here because I have no life sustenance oxygen wi-fi in my new house.

This is a SUPER interesting lunar eclipse (but NOT because it’s a super moon/blood moon/blue moon – more on that here).

Essentially, if we work backward from the August 2017 solar eclipse in Leo, consider today’s eclipse, and look forward to the next eclipse in Leo, there is a strong link between all three – asteroid Ceres.

While the Aquarius/Leo eclipses may themselves have a greater, over-arching theme for you to unravel, these three eclipses talk specifically about attachment: how much is too much? How can we be sure that our attachments serve us (instead of suffocating us)?

Watch the video for more.

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