Auspicious Days in September
In Vedic Astrology we have a rare alignment of planets happening, that hasn't happened for thousands of years. Every planet except for Venus are simultaneously in their own signs or exalted, making them tremendously powerful and auspicious. All the planets feel very comfortable in these signs, allowing them to exert their influence to their highest potential. This means this is an excellent time for launching any new projects, conceptualizing new plans or formulating goals, meeting new people, filing a lawsuit, interviewing for a job, sending out resumes, going on vacation, opening a business, and grand openings of any sort. However, Venus is getting a square from Mars and opposition from Saturn, so it's not the best time for marrying or dating or anything else Venusian.
Children born on these days will be special and will have many unusual talents. We are lucky to have a few exalted planets in our charts but to have this many is very fortunate, and an indicator of some very good karma. There are a larger percentage of old souls that will be increasing the collective consciousness of the world.
Note that I am referring to the birth chart (rasi). In the navamsha it is a little more common to have multiple planets in their own signs or exalted. The navamsha takes effect in your mid thirties or upon marriage, whichever is earlier.
Sun is in Leo until September 16th
Mercury is in its sign of exaltation in Virgo from September 1st to September 22nd
Mars is in its own sign in Aries until October 3rd though there is a retrograde starting tomorrow and lasting until November 13th
Jupiter is in Sagittarius until November 20th
Saturn is in Capricorn until January 2023
Rahu and Ketu will be in Taurus and Scorpio, their signs of exaltation on September 23rd and will stay there for about 18 months.
The Moon is exalted in Taurus on September 8th-10th and in its own sign Cancer from September 13th-15th
One of my favourite practices for transformation and connecting with one's inner knowing is the labyrinth. As one walks from the outer to the inner circle, fresh ideas appear, sometimes to problems that have been with you for years. You pose a question, or repeat a mantra, word or phrase, and stay open to the guidance that will come as you slowly walk along the path. It is a metaphor for life, the labyrinth takes you on a path of twists and turns, sometimes you feel closer to the center and sometimes you are much further out, but ultimately you reach the center, which could be thought of as your destiny. All the people and experiences along the way, some not understood at the time, were preparing you for where you are ultimately supposed to be. You don't need to worry about making a wrong turn, because there are no wrong turns. There is one path that was meant for you that will lead you to the center. Nothing can stop you from reaching there. When you arrive, all the twists and turns will finally make sense. They shaped and prepared you for what was rightfully yours all along.