Will The Zodiac Signs Answer Your Prayers?
One of the main benefits of using astrology in daily life is to connect the frenetic modern lifestyle to the natural rhythms and universal. Rather than continue to struggle upstream to not pay attention when you schedule important events such as weddings, signing contracts, legal documents or files, you can use astrology to go with the flow and achieve your dreams by way of least resistance. Linking astrological prayer is one way to encourage a deeper connection, passing into the psychological and spiritual realm.
It is no coincidence that the planets have the names of Roman gods whose names ever and is lifted up in prayer. Each planet or celestial body comes with its own personality that is associated with the god or goddess.
There are many ways to think about these deities. You can think of them as gods and goddesses are very real decent for your prayers. You can think of them as aspects of one deity or higher power that can receive individual praise. You can even think of them as psychological tools, as Jungian archetypes that represent different sides of yourself that should be recognized and encouraged through personal prayer and meditation.
Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus, and Pluto all the Roman gods. In addition, the Sun according to Apollo. Venus is the Roman goddess. The Moon is also a goddess named Diana and Earth is a goddess named Gaia. Because we live on Earth, prayer is always appropriate to Gaia.
Once you decide how to think about each planet, there are several ways that you can time your prayer for all heavenly entities. If you are already familiar with aspects of astrology, you can glance at the ephemeris to decide which planet is the stage that day for you. Or, you can start by linking the god with the day of the week. Sunday is the Apollo, Diana Monday was, Tuesday is Mars, Wednesday is Mercury, Thursday is Jupiter, Friday is Venus, and Saturday is Saturn.
Another way is to look at the planet when choosing a time to pray. The first planetary hour is equal to the time of sunrise.So, the sun rose on Monday was at Diana. Hours later always proceed from Diana in the following order: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Apollo, Venus, and Mercury. Pattern repeated at sunrise every day. This is a good way to start the day if you do not want to wait until the right day of the week to pray to the god of your choice. Just wait for the best hours of the planet.
How should you deal with each of the gods? If you are already familiar with what the planets mean, you can choose them specifically to meet your needs. For help with your love life, praying to Venus during its hours, for example.
Some of the beautiful prayer which is recommended for each planet are magical Hymns, Ancient Greek words translated by Thomas Taylor in 1792. The Hymn to Venus invisible reads, in part: “Beautiful Goddess of marriage, mother of love, lovers feast, delicious source of persuasion that provides confidential … Come, divine unity, for you is what I call a holy, reverent mind.”
Using Hymns occult or your sincere prayers to the god of the sky itself on not only adds a little magic of poetry and myth into a special hour of your day, but it also allows you to combine astrology with your inner spirit.
If you link your service cycle with the stars dance above, benefits will be easier to express and gain. Like the quote from Hermes Trismegistus said, which is often echoed by the astrologer and spiritual teacher: ”As above, so below. As the Universe, so also the soul.”
So, can you pray to the stars? Next time you need to call on a higher power above, look to the stars!