Waking up to planets - falling asleep to others?
Hi Ernst and the forum;
I remember you said that the first planet in the spread, counting from the Sun Card, is the one we wake up with.
Does that reasoning apply for going to bed too? My youngest kid has a sleeping issue and fears bedtime. He says it´s "time" that is haunting him, which sounds like a Saturn problem. But he also has a Moon/Rahu conjunction in Aquarius, so in the Cards system it falls in his last card of the seven belonging to house rulers. We have tried Bach flowers for Saturn; maybe we should try it for Moon/Rahu in aquarius? Any thoughts about that?
He says it´s "time" that is haunting him
Wow. How old is he? That's deep.
But not really that unusual for sensitive kids.
@meyes I think you're right about treating Moon/Rahu in Aquarius. I would treat Aquarius itself as a sign, plus Rahu and the afflicted Moon. This transit of Saturn over his natal Moon and Rahu isn't easy for him probably, and it's long too. Jupiter might've soothed that Moon going over it in transit, but not enough.
Yep! I´m so focused on natal chart still that I pay little attention to transits, but of course you are right. Thank you!
You know our son are born the same year and therefore my son and your youngest both have Rahu in Aquarius and apparently a Ra/Mo conjunction in common as well. Nathaniel has always been afraid of the dark at night and, to this day, I always fall asleep with him and always keep a light on at night when I leave. I don't think he needs me anymore but it's now a sweet habit we have. As long as the light is on in his room he's fine and even without I think he would be fine as well. He says he's no longer afraid. So it just takes time but eventually goes away if you don't make a big deal out of it. And when we fall asleep, we lose our sense of time (since time is a perception from our finite mind), that can be scary for some but, in fact, a totally normal process. I assume he's got Neptune and Jupiter there too?