Mercury On Scorpio 26: Indians Making Camp In New Territory

 In Lunar Stories by Lynda Hill

Mercury is on Scorpio 26: INDIANS MAKING CAMP IN NEW TERRITORY

Indians Making CampWhere is your ‘new territory’? Do you know where you want to be? Do you have people moving in on you? Are you just passing through a situation? Is there a need to adjust to new situations, new places, new people?

This Symbol implies being able to, or having to, settle into “New Territory”. Once a new place has been found, there is the need to acclimatize, adjust quickly and settle in. This new territory can be manifested in a physical, emotional or spiritual framework. Whichever it is, you need to feel at home in an inner and outer sense. You may feel a creeping sense of unease if you find it hard to relax in the new environment or that the rug may be pulled from under your feet. You may also be someone who moves often in life, sometimes before you were able to get a sense of belonging or having friends. However, there is likely to be a pioneering or venturing spirit.

Settling in. Walk-ins. Concerns with territory. Immigration. Tents. Shelter. Cohabitation. Setting up camp. Squatters. Respecting boundaries. Reservations. Migration. Renting.

The Caution: Moving into or invading people’s territory. Putting up with things when one should move. Barging in. Having to compromise living space. Arriving unannounced.

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  • DC

    This Symbol is very relevant to me at the moment – though moving camp (again) this time around is like walking with cement boots on and everything has chewing gum stuck on the bottom of it. The Symbol also perfectly describes my inner feelings –
    “You may feel a creeping sense of unease if you find it hard to relax in the new environment or that the rug may be pulled from under your feet”.
    Lets hope the next few days see’s a resurgence of bright energy around ‘MAKING CAMP IN NEW TERRITORY’ – I really want to grasp the new opportunities emerging.

  • Lynda

    Good luck with it, DC! I hope the move to ‘new territory’ is very rewarding for you!

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