We're lucky enough that, a few times a year, we can look to our skies and see ancient pieces of our universe fly past, creating a beautiful display of cascading falling stars in the form of meteor showers. It never ceases to be amazing, so these showers ought to be treasured every time they come.
Coming up quickly is the peak viewing period for one meteor shower in particular, one that promises great change to those who know what to watch for.
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Meteor showers are one of the most stunning, awe-inspiring space phenomena that we on Earth get to witness. Hundreds of pieces of space debris zooming past us, so close that we can see them, mimicking a sky full of shooting stars. It's a beautiful sight and one we'll get to watch very soon.
On October 20th, the Orionids meteor shower will be reaching its peak, and we'll all be able to see it from the comfort of our front lawns.
The Orionid meteor shower is actually made up of smaller pieces of debris from Halley's Comet. While Halley's Comet only passes once every 75 years or so, the Orionid meteor shower is a yearly event that lasts about a week, with peak viewing periods happening on one specific night.
Though this one happens annually, meteor showers, in general, are still relatively rare, especially ones made of comets that are even rarer. All this together means the Orionid meteor shower has some serious astrological power.
A Future Promise
Comets (and therefore meteor showers) are similar to eclipses in that they indicate change, especially when conjoined with or extremely close to a certain planet or star.
The Orionid meteor shower, as indicated by its name, does take place very closely to the stars that make up the Orion constellation, so change is certainly coming.
Whether or not this change happens within or completely outside of your control is up to you, though.
Passive Versus Active
The change in your life could be something that's already in motion, something that was destined to happen, or something that may feel bad at the moment but will give way to so many more blessed opportunities than you can even begin to envision right now.
Or, it could be something you plan for. There is an opportunity for powerful manifestation right now if you focus on it. If you'd rather choose this route, start planning now, reflect on your recent wants and needs, and decide which you'd like to meditate on, so the strength of Orionid can bring it to fruition.
Switching It Up
There's no right or wrong answer between those two, by the way. While the pragmatic attitude of those who'd rather bring about their own change is admirable, being the type of go-with-the-flow person who'd rather wait and see what happens is also amazing! Both of these types of people need the other in their lives so they can remain balanced. The same is true for personal endeavors.
If you're used to being hypervigilant, maybe sit this one out and see what comes your way. If you're more of a passive type normally, try picking a goal and harnessing this shower's presence into it. Both sides will feel emboldened and powerful.
A Look Back
The week of Orionid will be rife with reflective, contemplative energy. This might manifest as a heavy sense of nostalgia. Looking back on your past is good, it's healthy even, but remember not to get too caught up in it, especially when considering past mistakes.
What's done is done, and that's okay. You can't fix or recreate what happened, but you can march onward having learned from it, and that's better than continuing to mope.
Watch With Hope
Again, the predicted peak for this year's Orionid meteor shower will be on October 20th, maybe even dipping into the 21st as well. A rate of 20 (visible) meteors per hour is expected, so be sure to get as far away from city light pollution as you can, as the other viewing factors appear to be pretty good so far.
Keep both your past and future in mind as these shards from Halley's Comet pass us by, thinking of all you've become and all you've yet to be.
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