Astrology, Faith And The 12th House: When Does A Problem End And What Happens After?

neptune-steeds-walter-crane.jpgLynn writes regarding my idea that all problems are resolved through the 12th house:

“I know from personal experience that when I pass to the 12th house without the full gut- wrenching turn of the wheel I know that someone or something will remind me that I may have thrown away the key to that karmic chapter in my life but the window is still open!

How do you know when it’s over? That it’s due for the 12th house or whether it’s one more go round the block?”

Lynn – Hi (I think you are new) and thanks for this. That’s a great question but the part about the window still being open is something that occurred to me that I had left out.

For example the fact you accept a relationship is gone does not mean it does not, will not, cannot come back into being!  There (probably) really is no end.  The relationship may come back in this life or in the next or the next after that.  The possibilities are endless and this is the 12th house defined. Faith! Don’t worry, the universe has your back!

 “How do you know when it’s over?”

In my case, I find out something is over when it comes to me on the wind. That’s what I call things that just flow in. I have no idea where it comes from but in my case the release is never gut-wrenching because I am in the 11th house before I hit the 12th. I am detached, that is. In preparation.

Can anyone add to this?

pictured: Neptune’s Steeds, Walter Crane, 1892

3 thoughts on “Astrology, Faith And The 12th House: When Does A Problem End And What Happens After?”

  1. I don’t know if I have anything to add right now, but that was beautifully put, Elsa, “it comes to me on the wind.”

  2. Hi Elsa. Thank you so much for your comments. I feel sometimes that one is thrust into the 12th house before the 11th house has fully taken, before the souffle has set:the green light signifies go, go, go. I love the concept of the 11th house although one cannot dally there – I wish there was a 12th house retrograde where we could dip in and out and have that final dance, almost an ecliptic wobble before the final commitment. As you said, the Universe has our back – what could be better than that?

  3. letting go allows you to not become attached to outcomes (kind of a buddhist fundamental, that) but it doesn’t mean you know exactly what the outcomes are going to be….

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